The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 27, 1949
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PAGE,FOUR BLTOTEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS { " f Jane Shelton, Society Editor phone 4 , J6I Church ^CeYemony Units Miss Davis, Mr.' Byassce Miss Imogene Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Davis 01 Steele, Mo., .became ..the. kride of Fred Byassee, son of Mr. Edwatd Byassee an.d,trie late Mrs. Byassee of Murray city, Term., in a ceremony performed Oct. 23. at the Baptist Church In Steele.' The Rev: W-' H. Cook read (he service at 2:30 p-m. amid a'scttim; of' mosses of white gladioli and greenery flanked by stately white tapers in massive candelabra which formed Hie altar for Die exchange of vows. • • . A program-of pre-nuplial music was presented by Miss Lois Smith organist and Mrs. Earl Byassee, vocalist. Attending her sister as matron of honor and only attendant was Airs. Quimion Duncan who was a brown .suit oil, which she : pinned a corsage of yellow carnations- Brown accessories complemented her costume. The bride who was given in marriage by her fathe-. J. J. Davis, chose a suit of burgnndy wine with which - she wore grey accessories. Her bridal flower was a purple throated orchid. She carried a'white prayer book. Mardie K. Garrurd attended as best man. Joe Neil Davis, brother of the bride and Jimniie Hastings were ushers, • "'Mr*.' Davisi mother of the bride chose, .a green, suit with brown accessories. She j.liced an arrangement of" white gardenias at her shoulder. ', • •, Immediately following the ceremony-a reception was 1 held at the Davis home where -the. weddii.g flower, white gladioli was again repeated in the decorations of the home and the bridal table. ' Presiding over the lace draped bride's table at which the bride and groom cut their tiered wedding cake with a silver knife was Mary Etta > Reynolds, Miss Lois Smith and Miss. Virginia Cook. Later In the .evening Mr, and Mrs. Byassee left for Little Rock where they, will make their home. Dinner Party Fetes Club Members, Husbands Thirty-sue members ^nd their husbands of the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club were entertained last night at. a dinner,'^given »* the home of Mr. and-Mrs'. Forrest Moore. Dinner was served from the dining table which was overlaid with i lace cloth and centered with a low bowl'of tiny rosebuds at either Bide • of v *which were placed yello\v tapers set'iri crystal Holders.: ; . The,"'guests were seated at indl- Tidual tables placed in rooms which ivera decorated with bouquets of chrysanthemums and roses. ;,The evening was spent in games and informal entertainment. Luncheon Compliments Chapter "D", Guest Mrs.: Monroe Grain and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire were hostesses to ineinr bers of Chapter "D" of the PEO sisterhood and one guest, Mrs. Roy I. Bagley, when they entertained with a luncheon preceding the meeting at the Grain home on Holly yesterday. A buffet luncheon was served the guests from -the table filled with assorted foods "and centered with a low bowl filled with an abundance of lavender chrysanthemums and foliage which cascaded away from the bowl toward the table. ' Mrs. C. P. Rambo conducted the Constitutional Quiz preceding the short business meeting. • .-•••'' Mrs. McWaters Hostess To Club Members, Guests Mrs. George Pollock, Jr., Mrs. Fred Child and Mrs. Marvin Nunn were guests with members of the Town and Country Club when Mrs. C. L McWatcrs was hostess to the group at her home yesterday. RECENTLY WB D — Shown cutting tli on wedding c it k e at the reception followhig theii marriage Sunday October 23 at the Steele Baptist Clim-ch are "Ui and Mrs. Free! Byassee. AJ r s. asKee is the for me r Miss Iinogene Davis of Sleele. Miami Mrs. Byas- seo will make their home iiu Little Kac*. | noon. A sandwich plate was served the guests who were sealed In the entertaining rooms of the home which were decorated with pottery bowls filled v.ith mixed chrysanthemums. Ira Gaines Entertained At Surprise Party Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Endcrson cmci taincd 25 guests af their home last night when Ihey complimented Ira Gaines with h surprise birthday parly following church service Bouquets of chrysanthemums arranged among special lights were placed In the cntertalnhig rooms of the home. A gift was presented Mr. CJaincs from the group after which Die white birthday cake which was topped with burning candles was.cut and served with coffee. The remainder of the evening was spent informally. Painting Interior & llxtcriot • Expert Paper Hanging Kslininios Gladly Given Russell Price 5'honc G560 Chickasaw Delphians Elect Chapter Officers Mrs. James' Crafton was elected president of the Chickasaw Chapter of the Delphian Society at the chapter's annual meeting yesterday in Hotel Noble. Mrs. Crafton was vice president and she succeeds Mrs. H. W. Wylie who has served since the chapter las organized here a year ago. Other new officers 'include Mrs. O. W. Coppcdge. who succeeds Mrs. Crafton as vice president; Mrs. Walter Day, who succeeds Mrs. J. Karris McCalla as secretary; and Mrs, A. E. Teaford was elected treasurer, which is a new office. Directors of the seminar are: Mrs. Joe M. Ferguson, Mrs. Hugh Whltsitt and Mrs. Byron E. Moore. Mrs. Roy Hall was program leader for yesterday's meeting and the subject under discussion was"What World War II Signifies for Our Social World." Mrs. Hall was assisted by Mrs. McCalla, Mrs Whltsitt, Mrs. Crafton, Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Jr., and Mrs. W. Paul Pryor. Mrs. Gesell Entertains At Country Club ' Mrs. Gesell was hostess to members of La Petite Club and one guest, Mrs, W. J..Pollard,"when she entertained the group Tuesday afternoon at the Country Club. The guests were seated at a long table for the dessert course which was served from individual mats. A low bowl copiously filler! with assorted flowers, and greenery was placed on the table. Mrs. Arthur Vance won high; and Mrs. J. P. Montandon second high in the bridge games played during :he afternoon at the individual tables placed In the entertaining rooms of the Club. Three Guests Attend Tn-Town Meeting Mrs. Robert Hartigan of Hartford, conn., houseguesl of her parents, Mr. and Mrs C. W. Afflick, Mrs. Charles Afflick. Jr., of Slcete, and Mrs. Harry A. Ih.lnes. were guests with members of the Tri- Town Club at the meeting Tuesday when Mrs. Newton Whilis was hostess to the group at her home Mrs James L- Brooks won high, Mrs. Haiius second high In the games of the afternoon. A dessert course was served to the guests who were sealed in the entertaining rooms which were dec- oratrd with copious arrangements of yellow chrysanthemums. During the afternoon Mrs. Hartigan was presented a gift from her hostess. Sudbury PTA Plans Halloween Carnival The doors will open at 6 p.m. for the Halloween carnival to be given Friday night at the Sudbury school sponsored by the Sudbury PTA. Among the attractions will be sideshows of Siamese twins, a strong man, fortune teller, swimming match, dancing '.girls, a three ring circus and all the traditional side show attractions. »In the auditorium beginning at 7:05 there will be a stage show featuring a comedy, dance numbers, piano selections, yocal selections and a grand parade. There will be two complete performances of (he stage show In order to accomodale all those attending. The PTA will sell hot dogs and cold drinks. K of C's to Be Hosts At Party Tonight Members of the local chapter of the Knights of.Columbus will be hosts tonight to their ^friends at >« .party to be given-'in the hall at 8 o'clock. r A. a. Brtckey of OsceoU is grand knlcht of the chapter and G O Poetz deputy grand knight. GosneH W MS Conducts Business Meeting Eight s -.-members tvere present Tncsdayrafternoon when the Gosnell Baptist WMS met at the Church for a business meeting. Mrs. L. T. Karnes, president of the society, presided over the business session. Mrs. W. C. Maxwell offered prayer. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Robert Williams. Mrs. p. E. Lucius was elected community mission chairman with Mrs. Roy McKay and Mrs. 'Jack Moody assistants. Plans were made lo attend the Quarterly meotin!; at Wilson. The meeting was closed with sentence prayers. Bits of News At The Hospitals nlythcvlllc Hospital Dismissed: W. D. Proctor. Steele. Max Johnston, City. Mrs. C. F. Bratmon. Kennett. Mrs. D. J. Anderson and babv City.' Mrs. Mary Masscy. City. Dolores Gucrra. Dell. Perry Liittrcll. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Jerry Nance, Tyler. Mrs. Walter Kennedy, stecle James H. irvin, City. Conllnuoup Khuws Bos Office Open? 1:45 Show Starls 2:(in 0 a.m U:45 p.m <:30 pm LISTEN TO KLUN Thursday & Friday Continuous Showing Every Day Paramount Ntw» & Shoru Show Starts 1:0» Boi Office Opens 6:45 Bargain Night Kverj Night Except Sitnrda; No passes honored on Sunday at Thursday & Friday A Connecticut Yankee with Bins Crosby, Rhonrta Firming and William Bcndix Selected Short Subjects COMING SOON TO THE FUTZ "I Was a Stale War Bride" w ilh Carj- Grant & Ann Slicrirtan "Chicago Deadline" wllh Al.m L»dd and Donna Kced "That MldnlKht Kiss" Kalhrrn Grajson and Ethel Burrymore ' "Sword In Ihe Desert", Dana Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn left today for Chapel Hill, N.O., where tliey will attend the Tennesse- Narth Carolina Jootball game Saturday and will also visit their daughter, Miss Mary Nunn who .Is working toward her master's degree at Chapel Hill. They will he Joined by another daughter. Miss Virginia Nunn who Is employed in Washington, D.C. Mr. and Mrs. Nunn plan to return In a week'. Miss Betty Dodds Is spending several days in Newhero. Tcnn.. as ijuest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' John Dodds, Sr., and family. Staff Sergt. and Mrs. Charlie E. ileveland and son of Cherry Point, N.C.. are here: on furlough' as guests of Sgt, Cleveland's parents. Mr. anrl Mrs. J. M. Cleveland and Miss Rosanna Cleveland for several days. They were the week-end j ?uests of Sgt. Cleveland's sister. Mrs. Lloyd Porter, Mr. Porter and children last weekend at Fayclte- ville where Mr. Porter Is a student <it the University of Arkansas. This Is Sat. Cleveland's third enlistment In the U.S. Marines. Mrs. O. S. Free of Little Hock Is spending the week here as gurst Mrs Harold Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kllford of Oklahoma City, left this morning for their home after visiting here days as guests of their son. B. L. Ellford, Jr.. and Mrs. Ellford' Mr. ana Mrs. W. H. Stovall returned Wednesday from St. Louis where Mr. Rtovall attended the National Funeral Directors Convention. While in St. Louis they also visited their son. W. H. Stovnll. Jr.. and Mrs. Stovall. Mr. Slovall Is a student at the College of Mortuary Science there. Condition of Mrs. John B. Walker who was Injured in a fall several days ago is satisfactory. Mrs. Walker, who Is suffering from n knee injury, Is confined to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard V. Vlar and daughter, Kay, formerly of Yaroro, and now residents of Sa- vanv-ah, Ga., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bunch. Mr. ind Mrs H.'^E. Bracey have moved to their new home on East Main. Mrs. Hjlh Holder and Patty Stilwell are In Little Rock today where Patty Is undergoing a post-poilo checkup. Her condition Is very good. They plan to return this a'fternoon. Tonl Rose Hampton, 4-ycar-oltI daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr., of Holland, Mo., Is expected to be returned home withi> 10 days from Crippled Children^ Convalescent Hospital in Memphis Tonl Rose has been a patient therr since June when she was stricken i'ilh polio which left her with a paralyzed leg. ^ : Mr. and MM. E. R. Lancashire left todiy for Obcrlin,-Ohio, where they;»ill visit their sons, Ben.and Jim, wno are students at bberlin College. While In Ohio they will also be the guests of Mrs. Lancashire's sister, Mrs. H. B. Wilson at Wilmington. Among those to leave Friday for Fayettevllle where they will attend the University of ArkWnsas- I'exas A. and M. football ganv Saturday which .. Is Arkahsas's homecoming game, are Mrs. J. W Shoiise who will be the guest of her daughter, Miss'Frances Shouse. Mrs. George Cross, guesfbf her son, John William, Mrs. L.D. Chamblin guest of her soil, Don Chamblin and Mrs. Chamblin and Mrs.JH..N. Swearengen, Sr., guest of- her daughter. Miss Virginia Swparen- gen, all,of whom-are students at the University. They plan to return Monday. - . j Condition of W. T. French who has been critically 11! at Blythevlllc Hospital for several days is slightly Improved today. TWO PIECE STYLE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1949 8462E 14-52 By Sue Burnett Tills neat two piecer comes >i a wide range of sizes, can be nmde in two versions. Have the top all the same fabric, or two fabrics combined will be very, effective. The quarter cuffed sleeve Is particularly seasonal. Pattern No. 8-162 is a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 34, 36, 38. 40, 42, 44. 40, 48,, 50 and 52. Size 36. three quarter sleeve 4*1 yards of 38-inch, For this patetrn, send 25 cents In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, 111. Send 25 cents today for the new Pall and winter FASHION 64 ipages of smart new styles, Special features. Free pattern printed inside the book. First Six Weeks Honor Roll f Is Announced Earl B. Nail .principal of Junior High School,' today announced the honor roll for the first six weekS of the iMS-1950 school term; •'"-'. • v Seventh grade students on liie honor roll are Manya Kay Blanken- shlp, Jean Bradley, Danny, Cobb, Joy Cbleman, Norma Davis, Mary Ann Fisher, Ruth Johnson, Sue Jobe, Charles Langston, Sam Lum, •Julia McCall, Ola B. Manley, Jim Moore, Jterry.Nall, Patricia Partlow, Nin» Richardson. Ann Seay, Pattye Scott, 'Barbara Sawyers, Sherry Sparks, Eugene Still, LaNeal Sudbury, Donna Sue Sykes, Carlene Tate, Jimmy Tompklns, Julia Trl- mue, Barbara Watklns, Betty Watson, Maurice Webb, Raymond Westbrook, Oail Whltsltt, Pattie Dcen Wright. Mary Alice Wrpten; Etta Lou Yancey and Patsy Yarbro. y ,. Eighth grade students include Betty Barger, Evelyn Bowen. .Patricia Caldwell, Mary Kay '.Crafton, Marjorie DAugherty, Bertha Gaines, Betty Garrott, Louise Goff. Charles Goforth, Barbara; Griffin, Mary Ann Grimes, Nancy Jo Hamby, Annie Louise Handley, Ann Hester, Carol Ann Holt, Lorna Hornor, Betty Johnrxm, Rondel Johnson, Kelly Jones, Shirley Lovelady. Harry Linn, James Mills, Billy Nelson, James Nelson. Drcwey O'Dell, Wanda Owens, Britt Owens Anita Oldhain, Frances Rose, Marilyn Shivley, Gailya stilwell, Jerry Strickland, Lir.da Taylor, James Walker and Patsy Weaver. Meeting, Party Attended By Calvary GA Group Mrs. Jack Attaway entertained 12 members snd two visitors, Ethel Fisher and Sandra Crawford of the Calvary Baptist GA group Wednesday afternoon at her Home toi .a business meeting and Halloween party. The meeting was opened with the singing oi the GA song, "We Have A Story To Tell" followed with prayer by Mrs. Attaway. Audrey Cavasher led .in prayer after which Janet 'Sue Boyd was presented her GA arm band by Mrs. parrell Lunsford, young people's leader of Calvary Baptist. Mrs. Lunsford led in the dismissal prayer followed by a social hour False Locks Add Variety to Girl's Star Marilyn Maxwell uses this Hollywood coiffure aid, a match- in; pin-on braid, to V iry her blonde hair-da on and od stage. By Allela n ur ( Ni:A Staff Writer If you're tired of ',ort locks vary, your one-style hair-do with a pin-on piece. No one will know that what you've, added y ( , ur c 10 wn!,« glory ,s not your very own. Matches between a g,rl's own hniri and her pin-on piece are that good today A pin-on brairi. f or example con make a girl with a crew cut look as long-haired as one of th c sulh- erland Sisters. Moreover the f, rt i" dS ,° f I bra ' rt ca " "<• 'P"""" with iqlored yarn or ribbon to create trick coiffiire effects When a plrl wants to vary her hair-do, a braid can br coiled or looped into a chignon and worn at the back of her neck or head In the ancient Oree. fashion that's been revived. Pin-on curls, puffs or a simple little piece that releases a "fall" of curly hair from a .tuck comb can also be added to the elrl's crowning jrlorv. The same help ("mm pin-on pieces Is offered the girl whose hair Is too sleazy or thin to dress smartly. in which games in keeping with the -Halloween theme were played. The decorations oi the home were in complement to the chosen'theme. During the afternoon the hostess served refreshments. Noted Chinese Churchman to Visit Blythcville The Right Rev. Y. y. Tsu, genera} secretary for the Chung h'uti -Sheng Kung lliu (The Holy Catholic Church of China), will speak to the combined audiences of the St. Stephen's Episcopal Church of Blytheville and the Calvary Episcopal Church of Osceola at the Calvary Church at 8 Sunday. The Chinese clergyman, the only foreigner to act as chaplain of American troops In China, hits been In the United States attending the general conference of the Episcopal Church at San Francisco, and en route across the continent Is spending four days in Arkansas. On Monday he will speak at Jonesboro. The Rev. Mr. Tsu Is a member of the executive committee of 'the World Council of Churches, has his Ph D. Degree from Columbia Unl'^ ver.sity; and at one time was a pro* lessor in the Pacific School of Religion and also at St. John's University at Shanghai. He is presently Bishop of the Diocese of Kunnlng in China. The clergyman plans to return to China in a few weeks, to resume his ministry there. Cominq Social Calendar Thursday Buffet Supper at 'country club it 7:30 p.m, . Mr. and Mis Robert Reeder. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Boone. Mr and Mrs. Sanford Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lee Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Caraway hosts and hostesses to 20th Century club. 8 pm. supper and business meeting precedes dance. Friday Covered dish ^ncheon at the Wo- mam Cltib. Sudbury PTA Halloween Carnival beginning at 6 p.m. at Sudbury School. Annual Harvest suppei to be given by Yarbro Methodist Church at Yarbro school Beginning at 5:30 p.m. Mrs. George Pollock, Jr.. compliments Friday Contract Club. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy entertains C.B.C. Club. One of America's most beloved pattern} INTERNATIONAL STERLING ' A ipirkling crown of tiny flower* ^, . > jlender conc»v« ihift otchei the light with rare brilliance . .. it's Pnluett, most popular pattern. S« it thu very diy! j 6-pc. pl»c* jetting 122.6} (Inc. Fed. T*x) Charge It— At No Extra Cost D H EIFI S MM! n.tifin . . . Civic Calendar Thursday FOOTBALL: Paps vs Jackson, Tenn., Her« Exclusive at Jiedel: MUNSINGWEAR Insignia of Quality for More Than a Generation" We are now showing a complete line of "Warm As Toast" garments by Munsingwear, inclurt- ing Tuckstitch Vest, Tuckstitch Pants, Rayon lied Jackets, Balbriggan Gowns and Pajamas. You'll like MUNSINGWEAR since it is so fashionable now (o be prettily warm. A Smart Addition" . ,.-1; to', your -lingerie- drawer. ' Pa jam as y fashioned in soft Candleglow, tinted in delicate-Sentimental colors by Munsingwear. Buttons up thc front to 'a round neckline . .-'. sports a flatteringly 'full bodice. Tho trousers are full with rib- knit cuffs. 'Uniqil'e wool trim on scalloped yoke. "Heart Charmer" SOMETHING TO DREAM ABOUT. A skillfully styled gown made by Munslng- wcar . . a name synonymous with quality, comfort and smart fashion. A high point of style in this gown is thc neckline with Its three appllqued satin hearts around It. See It ... you'll «'»nt It In Sentimental colors. "Jailor-Maid" " ' FAGOTED FULLNESS . . . In the blouse lends the only decorative touch to this otherwise simply tailored gown of Alunsingwear'ssoft Balbeauty. It has a trim reverse collar, long full sleeves neatly brought to the wrists by firm rib-knit cxilfs "Up in the Cloud Colors," JIEDEL'S

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