The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 17, 1950
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVIT.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JULY IT, MM MewA Jane Shelton, Society Editor Johnny H. White Claims Bride In Church Ceremony In « wedding of social interest throughout the Mid- South, Miss Joyce Kosebor- ough, daughter of Mr. and Jlrs. Robert Gariott Roseborough of Senatobin, Miss., became the bride of Johnny Hanley White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben White of Blythcvillc, Saturday at S p.m. The Kev. L. O. Elmo-re officiated at the double ring ceremony at the Presbyterian Church in Scnntobia, before hundreds of relatives and well wishers. The church was transformed into a garden lifcc setting lor the nuptial exchange, with baskets of white blossoms closely set before a background of greenery. The glow (rnm many cathedral tapers set in wrought iron candelabra, lighted the sanctuary. Mrs. Annie Stewart, organist, and Mrs. S. W. Wcatherly, vocalist, presented a program of nuptial music during the ceremony. Mrs. Weatherly was dressed In a gown Identical to those of the bridesmaids. Mrs. Stewart wore a harmonizing summer sheer gown. Miss Gloria Dnndridge of Sena- tobla attended the bride as mnid ol honor. Matron of honor was Mrs. R. G^ Rosborough, Jr., also of Senatobia. Other feminine attendants making up the wedding party were Mrs. Brinkley Morton, Miss Eone Venxcy, Miss Elise Varncr, all of Senatobia, Mrs. Hugh Mclnnis, Jr., of Jackson, Miss., Miss Patricia Scobey of Lexington, Miss., Mrs. S. W. Wcatherly of Gulfport, Miss., Mrs. Linda Watson, Coiho, and Mrs. Ben Mao White of Dlytheville, Margaret Eleanor Roseborough of Senatobia attended her aunt as flower girl. Ballerina length gowns fashioned from embroidered white net were worn by the attendants. The full, skirling skirts were completed with sashes of scarlet velvet ribbons, ending in flowing back streamers. Shoes of; the same scarlet hue completed the attire to form a pleasing con-' trast to the all-white setting. Arm bouquets of scarlet roses, nestled in feathery fern, and held secure with puffs of velvet, 'were carried by the maids. A profusion of velvet flowed from each design. Wears Lace and Tulle In a formal wedding gown, fashioned of white lace over tulle and satin, the bride was given In mar- rUge by her father, Mr. Roseborough. The sweetheart neckline was cut Into the snug bodice gathered to the full skirt which ended in a sweeping cathedral length train. Long fitted sleeves ending in calla IHy points over the fitted wrist line completed her gown. Her fingertip yell of misty French Illusion was fashioned with a dropped crown edped In rows of dainty* flowers. Her bridal bouquet was made up of •white bride's roses interspersed with lilies of the valley. Ben Mac White of Blythcvllle attended his brother as best man. Ushers were Bob Roseborough, oi Senalobia, brother or the bride, Joel Varner of Senatobia, Ross D. Hughes, Jr., Jimmy Parks, George Hubbard, Jr., Jack Chamblin, Robert McHancy. all of Blythevlllc. nnd Dr. Hunter Sims Jr., of Shreveport, Louisiana. Mrs. Roscbo rough wore for her daughter's wedding a beige lace gown with harmonizing accessories A brown orchid was pinned at her shoulder. A pink orchid completed the rose beige lace ensemble selected by Mrs. White, mother of the groom. Contrasting accessories were worn. White Decorations In keeping with the bridal theme of white flowers, were the baskets of gladioli and other summer flowers set around the Roseborcmgh home for the reception Immediately following the ceremony. The three tiered bridal cake centered the bride's table from which refreshments were served throughout the evening. Later In the evening Mr. White and his bride left on a wedding trip to points of Interest in Florida, after which they will return to their new home at 1320 Walnut In Blytheville. For traveling, Mrs. White selected a brown linen frock worn with matching accessories. A single brown orchid was pinned at her shoulder. Out of town guests from Blytheville attending were. Mr. and Mrs Melvin Halsell, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith, Mrs. L. D. Chamblin, Mrs. John McHancy, W. I. Osbome, Jr., Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., Mrs'. Jack Chambiin, and Mrs. Robert McHaney. Mr. and Mrs. Je.wee M White of Blythevlllc, Mr and Mro Cecil White of ClarXsdalc, Ar:-: and Mrs. Vera McArthur of stecle. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Johnnj Hanley Whll* Bridge-Luncheon Given For September Bride A bridge luncheon was given Saturday afternoon honoring Miss Rosemary Johnston, britie elect of James McLemore Williams Jr., ol DlythevUIe, after their engagement announcement. Three tables of the'5 friends were invited to the prc-mipital event. Mrs. C. G. Hcdninu and Mrs. George M. Lee were hostesses for the 1 p.m. affnlr at the Lee home. Tlie entertaining rooms of the home, thrown open lor the brittat event, were bedecked \vltli bowls ol yellow rose, snapdragons, blue hy- drnntrcn and other summer flowers. Small tables were set up In the rooms for the two course luncheon preceding the afternoon of bridge. Announcement of the betrothal was revealed to this group in the miniature bridal tallies, which served us place cards., A petite blond bridal study adorned the cards. On the inside of each tally was the announcement. "Rosemary and Mac.' A purple throated orchid was presented to the bride-elect from her hostesses, which she pinned at the shoulder line of her smart two piece printed silk trrjnssesiu frock, made with a bolero jacket. After the luncheon, Mrs. W. S. Johnston, mother of the bride elect, won hige score prize of a linen Itmcheon set in Mie bridge game Second high prize of a roscpolterj Morgan, Jr. A mi nature pottery baskclwas presented to Mrs, Marvin Nunn. Jr., as a low score prue The hostess gift to the of honor was a beverage pitcher in her chosen crystal pattern. Mrs. Johnston, mother of ihi britie elect, and Mrs, William? i mother of Mr. Williams, were spc ctal quests tor tue prc-uupUal tit fair. | Former Resident Plans August Nuptial Exclianee Mr. and Mrs. orati Mayo Washington of Holly Grove. Ark , havr announced the engagement of their daughter, Mip.s Harriet t Washington, to Jamtr* Hcr.«chc) Smart ol Btythcville aniJ Greenwood. Miss, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jamer Hcrschel! Smart of Dlythcvfllc and brother of Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jr., of Green-wood, with whom he [nakfs his home, Miss Washington Is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs James Mathlas carr of McCool and of Mrs. Edward Everett Trotter of St. Louts and the late Oran Mayo Washington of Holly Grove. She was graduated from I.iltlr ilection Planned 3y Auxiliary Members or the American Legion Auxiliary will meet tomorrow niffit at the Hut for an election of of- Icers, It was announced today by VIrs. Paul Marion of the Auxiliary- The meeting will begin at 8 p.m. Rock, high school where she was i member of Delta Sigma sorority ind from the University of Arkan;as, Fiij'ctlcville, where she was vice ircsiderif^'ji h d secretary o f Chi D mega' - soror i ty. Mr. Smart is the grandson of Mr. nnd Mrs. Newell Brlgham -of BlyLheville and of the late Mr. at]d Mrs. Ilcrschctt Smnrl also ol Bly- thcville. He was graduated from Blythe- villc High School and attended Statin ton Military Academy sit Stnunton, Va. He attended the University of Arkansas, where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He is now attending Mississippi State College at Starkvllle. Ele served In the Navy during the war. The wedding will be performed in August. Condition of Mrs, Crawford Noble, who underwent a major operation Vednesclny at St. Bernard's Hospi- al in Joncsboro is reported as sat- sfactory. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Devon and oiis, Rtchard and Donald of Wash- ngton, D. C., are the bouseguests of Mrs, Devon's mother, Mrs. J. L Wallace, They arc en route to Seattle, Wash., to make their home \i\ Nashville they were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Wilson and daughter, Myra Jane. Mrs. Wllsor and daughter, accompanied then to Blythevillc and are the house- .uests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Unr) Wallace and brother, Dan. Mr Vilson will Join them here this weekend. Miss Virginia Bovven of Cardwcl was the weekend guest of her paY- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bowcn and sister, Evelyn Bowcn. Mr. and Mrs. James Thompsoi and son, Ronnie, were the weckenc guesLs of Mr. and Sirs. Charlii S\ventt and family at Dyersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Land rum ha< as their weekend guests, Mrs. Lan drum's .sister, Mrs, Dick Mills, Mr MilLs and son, Benny, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shibiey am daughters, Misses Josephine an Ginnic Shibley, spent the weeken In Mounds, III., as guests of their daughter nnd sister, Mrs. John Moses end family. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bryant of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mrs. Bryant's parents, Mr. and Mrs, B, S, Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers left y este rday f o r No r fork Lake where they/ will vacation for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banister spent the weekend in. St. Louis where they went, especially to attend the baseball games. William Curtis McDnde, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewltt McDade of Blytheville, is serving aboard the heavy cruiser USS Saint Paul, which is scheduled to participate In the annual six-week Naval j Ro.sorve Officers Training Corps" Midshipmen Pacific Fleet Cruise beginning today. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Mahon spent the weekend in Memphis as guests of Mr. Mahon's sister, Mrs. Robert Hawkins and Mr. Hawkins. Char- le-ne Hawkins, who had been spending the week here with Mr. and Mrs. Mahon, returned to her home, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. Bunell StiJcs and son, Robert Lee, have returned from Michigan where they vacationed for a week. Mrs. Stiles visited in Kala- ' mazoo as guest of her brother, Joe Daniels nnd family, Mr. Stiles was ] the guest of his sister, Mrs, Lynn i Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Matthews: visited with Mrs. Muriel Mansion in Nlles. Mr. and Mrs. W- H. Pease, Mr | atid Mrs. Blan Heath and Miss Frances McHancy spent the week- i end In St. Louis where they at- j tended the ball games. - j Mr, and Mrs. Robert Lowe • and ! Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wildy of Manila j attended the ball games in St. Louis over the weekend. / ] NTT. and Mrs. Roy Bid well of Marianna were the weekend guests of "Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butter, Jr., of Osceola spent the weekend In St. Louis. While there they attended the ball games. Receiving instruction In anti-submarine warfare is L. II. Hearn, airman. USN, of Blythevillc, who-with the remainder of his unit, Air Antisubmarine Squadron 21, is in electronics and repair and maintenance i o( intricate devices and equipment \ employed in submarine "tracking" \ Squadron 21 Is based at the Naval : Air Station, San Diego, CMlf. I James Hill, Jr., and his sister, j Miss Virginia Hill of Bnmberg, S. C. j who lias been spending t\\o weeks I I here as guest of her brother, Mrs, [ I E. B. Thomas and Mrs. Eleanor [ Brown spent the weekend In K. jouls where they visited with Mr*. lill, who is undergoing treatment at Barnes Hospital. Her condition reported as Improving. Out of town people neie yesterday for the funeral of R. I. Haley were Mr. and Mrs, Joe A. Orr of College Station, Tex., Mrs. David McDonald, Noliuisvllle, Tenn., Harey Haley, ClarksvUte, Ark., John Haley and Mr. and Mrs. Coy Hannah and Patsy Martin of Avery, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dillurd of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Haley and son, Robert Wayne and Mrs. Aimer Haley ol Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Smith of Union City, Twin., Mrs. Shobc Smith of Dresden, Tenn., Mrs. C, C. Woolrltige of Nashville, Term., and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Toss of Pine Bluff. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman are vacationing in Besalt, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Jaggers am children, will leave Wednesday for Norfork Lake where they will spend two weeks at their cabin. Mrs. B. M. Matthews and Mis. Marguerite Matthews left ye.sterda; for Memphis where they will visi 1 with Mrs.. Matthews' sister. The Misses Florance and Anne Needham spent the weekend in Memphis a.s guests of Mr. and Mrs T. J, rape and Mrs. Pane's M Tommy Webster. Mrs. W. C. Roebuck and Mrs. C L. McKenzic of Pine Bluff have returned to their homes after spending a week here as guests of their <iaughter and sister, Mis. Jim Bass Mr. Bass and son, Martin Mr. ant Mrs. Buss and son, motored them to Memphis Saturday night wher they left for home. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Stacy am cinvighter, Rebecca of Hughes, wer the weekend guests of Mrs. Stacy parent 1 ;, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Me Call and sister, Julia Mr. and Mrs Coming Events Social Calendar Like Street WSCS meets »t the hurch at 7:30 p.m. Tuwdiy Miss Myrtle Sexton and Miss ranees Jones entertaining Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority. Mrs. James Terry hostess to Tri- rown Bridge Club. Wednesday Mrs. Otto Scrap* entertaining :lub Etglit. Thursday O. and N .Birthday Club meets t the home of Mrs. Marvin Lane at 7 jm. Thursday Rook meets with Mrs. George Saliba, Jr. Frldaj Mrs. Cecil Priest hostess to Lucky Rook Club. Mrs. iverson Morris and Mrs. Aubrey Bru,ce entertaining plat Lake Home Demonstration Club. Mrs. Lendennle Fowler entertaining CBC Club. Mrs. J. J. Cookston and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt entertaining past Matrons and Patrons club .and Eastern Stars with a potluck supper at the Shrine Club at 7:30 p.m. Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church meets it 3 p.m it the home of Mrs. Ed Hardin, Miss Sally Hubler tnd Mrs. J. G Sudbury, co-hostesses. McCall «nd Juli» recently returned from a six months vacation. They spent three months at point* of interest in Florida and three months at Virginia Beach. Mis Florence Needham lelt to day for Houston, Tex., where she will 'spend ten days with relatives and friends. BLOUSE AND SKIRT 8619 lt-18 By Sue Burnett Just the thing lor a junior to take back to college—a smart eas; 'to sew skirt that caa be worn with di .ifferent blouses and sweaters a] At The Hospitals Dismissed: Mrs. Lawrence GhoJiton, Memphis. A Day to Renumber CHICAGO (AP)—It WU going t» be a day to remember for Policeman Al Butvill and his wife. It warn their ninth wedding annlver?ai^B They took their three children anlr basket of lunch and went to Lincoln Park. They saw a seven year old boy fall Into a lagoon. Butvlll stripped off his trousers, leaped Into th» water and rescued, the youngster. When the Butvills reached their auto, he discovered the key to th* car was mUsing. So they rode home on public transportation lines. Butvllle then ascertained he also had lost the key to his home. Butvill borrowed » ladder and climbed tn through a second floor window. All in all. It was, as Intended, a day to remember. blouse that has short or three quarter sleeves. Pattern No. 8619 Is a MW-rit« perforated patUrn In »l«€ 11, II, 13, 14, 18 and 18. Sin 1], skirt, 1 yards of 39-Inch; blouse, short sleeve, I'/t yards. For this pattern, send 25 cents, In COINS, your name, address, «iz» desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South WeUs Street, Chicago 7, 111. 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