The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 31, 1950
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PAGE (ARK.) COimiER NEWS MONDAY; JULY «, 1990 e . j. cxxueiu Jane Shelton, Society Kilitor f Maiy Ann Smith To Wed Bobby Cavroll Watsoa Mrs. Ann R, Smith of Blytlicvllle today made known the engagement Hiid pppronching marriage of her daughter. Miss Mary Ann Smith to Bobby Cnrroll Watson of Osccola, son of Mrs. J. Fred SniUti and C W. Watson of Oscenla. Miss Smith wns graduated from Blytheville High School where she was a, member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, Garden and Red Pepper Clubs, She was a member of the school band and reigned as 1044 Football Queen, The bride-elect attended Tcxns State College, DcmLon. before transferring to the University of Arkansas. \vlinre she recently completed her junior year. She served as treasurer of Delta Gamma social sorority and was a member of Phi Go mm a Nu. national business women's sorority, Mr. Watson is n graduate of Osceola High School and is n. veteran of two yrars service \vifh the? Nnvv during World War TI. He altomlrd Arkansas State CoHc"e. Jonfsborn, v/l-cre he was a letterman with Mie varsltv basketball learn and a member of the A drib. He was graduated from the University of Arkansas and was a member of Pi Kappa Aloha fraternity, He is basketball coach at Western Grove Ark. Plans for tiie Aueust ceremony will be announced later. Mrs. Nowell Honored Wth Pink and Blue Parly Mrs. Lane Nowell was guest of honor Friday night at a pink and blue party given at the home of Mrs. Jack Marsh. Twenty five guests gathered for an evening of games present miscellaneous layette gifts to Mrs. Nowell. Low bowls filled with pink nnd white summer blossoms decor it ted the entertaining room. In compliment to the selected color scheme was the hotioree's chair, which was bedecked with streamers of pink and blue, finished in a large blue bow. A stork holding a miniature baby doll stood over the gift table. Prizes in the contests were presented Mrs. C. B. Klene, Mrs. Bonnic Shalley and Mrs. Nowell. As Mrs. NowcU opened her sUts • miniature cradle played nursery songs. Mrs. Jftck Hfllstead presided over the guest book. Mrs. Marsh wns insisted in serving a dessert course by Mis. J. E, Gunter. : The taste of maple sirup Is acquired by chemical changes In the angar maple sap while being boiled. Bits of N«ws AUGUST NUI'TIALS I'i.ANSUO—Miss Muvy Ann Smilu is engaged to be married to Hobby Carroll Watson of Osceola. in an August ceremony. Annoum:etm>n( of the betrothal Is made today by the bride- elect's mother, Airs. Aim Smith of Blytheville. Mrs. Jerry Fanner Wed To Leon T. Taylor • Tiie marrlilgc of Mrs. Jerry Farmer and Leon T. Tnylor \vas performed Saturday night, at the home of the Ftev. Cicocf;e McGhchey. pastor of the Lake Street thodist Church. Mrs. Farmer the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Freenr.ui of Blythcvule. Mr. Ti\vlor s a former resident of Texarkana and is now of Caindcn. Thc double The double ring vows were ex- W11 ™ •"»»«'«»» «»« «»> «« mi»»i« chaiiBcrl at 7:30 p.m. White gladoll f° Jl ' me * McLemore Williams. Jr FOR AFTERNOONS Pastel Pally Continues Pic-Nuptial Affairs Tiie 16 guests who were Invited to attend the luncheon bridge given iSnUfday afternoon at the Country Club fcllns Miss Roscir ' Johnston, wre Etvcn favors ol miniature bride dolls, dressed In bouffant Kowiis in pastel hues, to remember tho uvc-mipUnl event. Mrs. Kendall Berry wns hostcs? for (he 1 p.m. pastel party honoring sto ho will be arranged in floor baskets marked where the wedding party stood, brought iron candlenbrn in \vhich single, slencier white tapers provided the lighting for thc scene. Pastel huetl Dowers in low bowls were set around the home. Mrs. Phil Simmons of Hot Springs attended her sister as matron of honor and only feminine attendant. Mrs. Simmons selected n printed silk gown worn with white rvccessories to highlight the white backRround for thc printed scenes. On her frock she wore pink roses. A hyacinth blue silk faille frock was worn by tile bride for. the marriage vows. The full skirt was gathered to n snug bodice which" featured a square yoke line of matching Incc and a plunging neckline. Her close fitting luit was cncuclccl with swirls of pink and grey veiling nnd she wore pink gloves in compliment to her gvey Hvavd accessories. Pink earrlcnisLs were selected by the bride for her flowers. Phil Simmons of Hot Springs served Mr. Taylor as best man. Immediately following a reception for members of the families of thc couple and close friends was held at the home of thr brkle'.s parents. A pink und white color st'henu; predominated throughout Ihe decorations used. Thc lace covered hride'.s table was centered with a tiered wedding cake in which was arranged pink roses. Greenery holding pink roses encircled tiie b.iso of the cuke. While nnd pink gladioli completed the decorations for the bridal scene. Crystal candelabra held burning white tapers to provide the lighting in nn event of mid-September. Miss Betty Date of Prentiss, Miss., house - Riicst of the Berry's, was an honored guest. Yellow nntJ lavender Vmccl snap dragons topped the single long ta ble at which the guests were scatei for the hmehcon. Continuing thi pastel theme were the favors ant table appointments used. Seated at small tables for tin bridge game following, high scon wns won by Mrs. W. M. Jon tit. Mr.s ' 'Robert Mcllaney second higl A trousscai] model of blue anc white was worn by Miss Johllsto: for the occasion. Both Miss John .ston and Miss Dale were prescntc JiiiRrant gardenias Irom their hosl A silver tray was thc hostess' git to Miss Johnston. Morning Parly Given For Bridal Hostesses An informal morning party for Mrs. James Oxford and son, Roland, have returned home from Terre Haute, liwl., where they spent three weeks as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Oxford and son. Ronnie and Mrs. Otis Henstey, Mr. Bensley and son, Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barber of Kansas City, Mo., formerly <,[ Blytheville. announce the birth of a son. Saturday morning at Kt. Luke's Hospital In Kansas City. He is llicir second child and has not yet been named. They have another son. Joseph William, Mr.s. Barber is Die former Miss Irene nice of Blytheville. James Peterson and Bobby Coleman left yesterday for Colorado Springs, Colo., where they will vacation for a week. Miss Jane Dodds returned to her home In Newborn, Tenn., this afternoon after visiting here as guest of her sister. Miss Betty Doiltts. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Black and son, Bob, left yesterday morning for ten day visit ill Chicago, Detroit nd Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Chinn and on. David of Ashland. Ky,. have rrived for a two weeks visit, with Vfrs. Chinn's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. P. H, Jernnigan and family. Mrs. O. A. Corlew has returned rom Helena where she scent two veeks with her (kuightcr. Mrs. Wiliam Bolin. Mr. Bolin and son. Misses Virginia and Emadel swearengen left yesterday for a two vecks vacation in lUissellville. Fay- ctteville, Siloam Springs. Kansas ~'ity, and Fulton, Mo. While in Tulsa they will be thc gilest-'i of Tss Virginia Swearengcn's former rootnmat? at the University /of Arkansas. Miss Dorothy Wood.' Mr. and Mrs. w. p. Hardesty and son Honnie. have returned from Chicago where they spent a week as ?uest of Mr. Hardesty's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hardesty and 'amily. Mrs. Crawford Noble has been returned to her home from St. Bernard's Hospital Joncsboro, where she recently underwent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westbrook ind family returned Saturday from Vista. Hardy, where they line! vacationed for a week. Miss Betty Dale returned to her home in Prentiss, Miss., today after visiting here with Mr. and Mrs Kendall Berry and family MUs Dale was motored to Memphis by Mrs, Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Oranza Young ana. .•on, Dennis of St. Louis, were tin weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs Olftn Allison. Mr. and Mts. Youug and son, were accompanied to Blytheville by Miss Peggy Allison, >vho had been spending thc week there. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Thornton ami children, Johnny, Jimmy p.nd Peggy Lorene oi Porlagcvillc, were i\lso weekend guests. ~ Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shcddan have returned to their home in Scnn- :obia, Mi>s., after visiting here with 'heir daughter. Mrs. George Hub- !>;\ni. Jr.. ^nd Mr, Hnbbiml. Mr. and Mrs. Prank H, Myers anil son, Frankie of Clay Center, Kan., iire the guests of Mr.s. Myers' mother, Mrs. W. W. McNelll and sister. Mrs. G. G. Ashley and family, Mr. nnd Mr.s. Marvin Razor ;>.nd daughter. Sharon and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Roland spent the weekend j in Whittin, a.s guests of Mr. and 1 Mr.s. O. C. Hicks and daughter. Bill Erode left yesterday for Garden City, Kan., where lie will spend several days on business. , Mr.s. Walter L. Heard. Jr., and hree daughters of Newport are tin I Evenfs Social Calendar Moil tiny Luke Street Methodist WSCS pfLs at the church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday TIM Club meets with Mrs^Otto Scrape. Mr.s. James L. Brooks entertains Trl-Town Club. Wednesiliiy Garden Club 10 meet at the Woman's Club at 9:30 Club Eight meets at the home of Mrs. Jesse M. White. Thursday Mrs. Harry A. Hnines entertains Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Eugene Brown entertniiis Thursday Rook Club. Ocette Club plays bridge at the home of Mr.s. C. Modinger. Friday Mri. ,K O. H\iey hostess to lAltKy Rook Club. Business Session Conducted by RA The J-'iiior RA of thc Armorel Baptist Church met recently at the church to elect, officers and to conduct ;i busmes. 1 ? session. Group sintfins and a prayer by the pastor, the Rev. W. E. Edmond- r,on, opened the meeting. President Car] Patterson rend the Roya] Ambassador after which Hudi Garrison v,-as elected to serve as vice president, Tornmic Harretl was named custodian. The Lord's Fr.n >'er was said ijv the #roup. led by the 'counselor, Irr DJckson. f.-arnage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses Saturday at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe. coumv clerk: C. W. Johnson and Miss Loretta Dniiy, both of Louisville, Ky. Albert Owens and Mrs. Leta Cobb. both of St. Louis. Mo. Lnures-ce Horn and Miss Edna Merrill, both of Farmington, Mo. Kids' Town Being , Bui'/t CARLSBAD, Czechoslovakia — iji'i — A children's town is being built near ihls famous spa. It will have a big central hall. 10 log cabins, movie theater, legitimate theater. playgrounds, a swimming pool and miniature railroad. The town will become a vacation spot for the Pioneers. Commuiust- sponsorcd organization of school- age children of Czechoslovakia. Many Fish; No Anglers ST. JOHN'S. Nfid. —Ift't— Fish were never more plentiful in Labrador waters, fleet captains say. but fishermen are scarce. Despite the possibility of bountiful cntc' » s fishermen arc boycotting the w:il ters after failure to get a set price for tiieir catch established. Ghost Train on Prawl WINNIPEG— </l'j— Visitors at the Canadian Pacific railway stntiin here were surprised to see smoke curling from the funnel of the Countess of Dufferin, Western Canada's pioneer locomotive, i.n permanent display here. Police said some child pranksters had been burning rubbish in (he fire box. Polio Film Shown Approximately 40 guest.s attended the technicolor sound movie "Chir- cprvictic for Poliomyelitis" at the office of Dr. T. Lindqtlist Saturday evening. The film was sponsored by the Chiropractic Research Foundation. Special guests were Dr. Lindciuist's brother. Dr. Karl Litidquist, Mvs. Limiuuist and son, Karl James of Fort Smith. Arkansas. The Rev. Lester D. Strubliar gave the invocation. Maj. John W. Powell, first mnn to explore the Grand Canyon by boat, exploded the legend that the Colorado River disappeared under ground at various places. It is estimated that it takes about two acres of farm crops per person to feed .the United States. Underwriters Hold Luncheon Meeting The" monthly luncheon meeting of the BIyLhcville Association of LiTc Underwriters was held Saturday at Hotel Noble. Follow ing luncheon. Win f red Wy- nU. newly elected president, announced the committee members find plans for the new year's work to the 19 members attending. State Health Officers Visit Health Unit Here Dr. J. T. ilerron. Siate Heallh Board officer, and C. H. French, director of the State Sanitation Division, visited the County He»tth Unit Friday. Mrs. Annabel 'spi) county health nurse, said Saturday. Dr. Herron and Mr. French discussed with Mayor Doyle Henderson the problem oC securing a city sanatation man for Blytheville. Bicycle production In Japan reached a postwar high of 2,099,451 units in 1S49. an Increase of 78 per cent over the previous year. Baked potatoes lose little of their food value and retain most of their Vitamin C, lost In other forms at cooking. nousesuesl.s of Mr. nnd Mrs. U. s. nil tlio hostcse? who entertained in BnnLson. She pre-nuptial whirl honoring Mi?s I Out of town guests here yc.ster- Nniicy I'arilow. who became, the j day for the picnic supper homir- l>r[de of Marvin Ntinn. Jr.. in June.; ing the 87th birthday of W. S. >va.s sivL-ri Saturday at the Nunn I I-angdon were Mr. nnd Mr.s. Ru- liomc. j dolph Barber of Anna, ill., Mr. and Mrs. Nmm and her mother, Mrs.: Mr.s. Einil Tipp of Poplar Bluff, Mr H, G. Parltow, were hastc-sse-s to 30 ' and Mrs. Walter Reynolds, Mr.s. yue.sts .it. the newly completed ; Shelby Reynolds. Owen Reynolds Nmm home on Adftms all of Little Rock. Mr. and Mvs, A crystnl bowl filled with gladioli. Syron Bartholomew, Charles auri Peruvian lilies and stati.s topped the ! Ann Bartholomew, Mr. and Mr-lace drc\[ic<t rctreshinenl tabk troin j Bill Ecu tuolotncv; -,\ud David liar.h- which nwortcd pnrty foods and iced oloincw all of Memphis and Mr :ui;l drinks were served throughout, the Mrs. Reynolds and sons, Mike, Al ul. Vuul Tim or \lemphis. ['lie rct-eption nnd etiti-numnis \ Mr. and Mr.s. Rainfall Fiippin ol At The Hosoitals Wytlicvillc lliisiiilnl DistniP.seti: Gurvis Lee Harris. Armorei. Mrs. Vancel Geutrv aiul baby City Glenda Jean Vickcry, City. Only about •JO remain of more than 3.000 Nunatagrniut fokitnos who once lived in northern Alaska. for the occasion, I,;itrr in the evening, Mr and! Mrs. Tavlor !i-ft for Camdcn where i they will make Iheh home '.Mr T-iv- I " le r «' ! 'l" l() " JU1<1 cnli-rtsiining | Mr. and Mr.s. Knminll Fiippin «l lor'is agent tor thc Southwestern i r(loms " r thc hoinl; vve '" c ill-corn'trt Moinpi-.i.s were thc wckrnd B"I>:S|.I Transportation Co, in camdcii I f k1llil>1 ' i in crystal and ix>ltery bmvls. •.\vv,iu;',eii ; ^f Mr. nnd Mrs. V,. B. Oce and ..on. 8626 36-52 By Sue Burnett Here is a graceful afternoon frock that is particularly flattering to thc slightly larger figure Slim lines, nice detail, a well groomed air add up to as charming a style as you'll find. Pattern No. 8626 is a sew-ritr perforated pattern lor sizes 3G. 38 40. 42. 44, 46. 48. 50 and S2. 3i?.e 3C. short sleeve, 5S yards of 39- inch. For this pattern, semi 25 cents. in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and thc PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Uuniett, Courier News. 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7. III. Ready for you now—thc new Pall and winter issue of FASHION. 48 pages of smart new styles, special Interesting features, free pattern printed Inside. Send 25 cents today for your copy. The first poet laureate of lirilain who called himself by thai title was GentTrey Chaucer. The U.S. national debt rose from E. !i. Ore. Jr. Mr. and Mr.s W. O. Penny :u]ri children. Faith. Sara and \V. O. Jr., motored to Memphis ycsurflay fs .^ of 1 ^j ^,? si - ;>70 at £*£ ^7a haicf ™ r e ';i;S OAK or SUMAC t WF ^f Science lias dis- • V> • covered an excel, . ** lc "l new trcalment lor ivy, oak or sumac poisoning II j genllc snd safe, dries up Die tmslcrs in a surprisingly stiorl linif, — often within 21 hours, Al drugKislj, 59f -IVY-DRY NOW is thc time to Order Your Personalized Christmas Cards Make your selection now, so (lint you will he surf ((> get the cards you plenty of lime for leisurely addressing. Here you will find a most complete selection of Clirislmas Cards at all prices and for all purposes. These Yuletide cards combine dig- nily, elegance and livanly with licarl-warniins; sentiments.. .made distinctive with your name imprinted on each card. Conic in soon. THE GIFT SHOP MOSS IlKVAN Main Street BlyUieville BlyUieviHc. Delores nnd had bec'U spending two wecXs in I SRlmn. Ala., with Mr. and .Mrs A. ! A. I'lH'ktt. I'.nry \Vc.stbrook nnd R G. Ca.sli s]jcnt yesterday in Greenfield, Ter.n. Di' Mary Davis and l\£-r mother, MLS. W. C. Davis of Memphis, were tlic weekend guc.sts ol Dr, Carl an-i Ednn Mies. *' Cube C:i!dwcll of South Bend. I IK!., formerly of Blyl.lievillc hus returned to South Bond after •ipeiH'Iing .several (fays here with trie-mis. 1 that Mr. \V. E. Wade is now associated wifli Mrs. Hakcr Wilson, who lias recently purchased The flower Shop. Mr. Wade's many friends, who are familiar with his excellent workmanship, :ite invited to sec him again. T1-.3 FLOWER SHOP NOTIC I!y (his announcement we wish to inform you thai our offices will be closed from Monday, July ;!l (o Thursdiiy, August 10. inclusively. Dr. J. E. Beas!ey We are not We arc pharnKicists. 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