The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 3, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 3, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1950 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 James E. Cobb, LouiseC. EMett Exchange Vows In one of the most outstanding weddings of the mid-summer social season was that of Miss Louise Cooling Ellett and James Edward Cobb of Blytheville, solemnized before a large gathering of friends and relatives, July 15 at 8 p.m. at Court Street Methodist Church. Lynchburg, Va. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Isaac Ellett of Lynchburg and Mr, Cobb Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellett Cobb. of Haytl, Mo. The church was decorated with tall standards of while flowers set against a background of cyboltiiim ferns and other tropical plants. Many burning tapers provided the lighting for the scene. The Rev. Theodore M. Swann, pastor, was celebrant and music was provided by Mrs. Gusiav A. Kluenter, organist and Bentley VIRGINIA C K U'E A10NY ^i.._ r. lr >iim „ , , ,, , Edward Gobi) of M e m p ll i S w!l <- before her „.„"..,.:„.,„ ,..\ v niamfijje July 15 ill Lyncll- burg, Vfl., ' t. fll I 1 . Cobb, who is a former Blytlie- .,, . , . vllle resident, and his bride will be at home Given In marriage by her father, the bride was gowned In Ivory satin fashioned with a sheer yoke of nylon marquisette edged with a wide bertha of duchess lace. The tightly fitted bodice fastened with liny satin covered buttons, and came to a deep point in front with which the finish of the sleeves at the wrist corresponded. The bouffant skirt sweet to a cathedral train and the full length veil of Illusion was arranged from, a clocbe em-* broidered In seed pearls. A cascade of lace from each side matched the scalloped border of chantilly lace which edged the veil. The bride carried a cascade of white orchids, roses and stenhanotis. Mrs. E. R. Wllcox of Norfolk was matron of honor and wore petal pink organdy fashioned wilh a SIVIF bodice, drop shoulder pffprt and tiered with large butterfly bow In the back. Bridesmaids were Miss Doris Jean Cobb. sister of the sroom. Haytl, Miss Marilyn Allen of Lynchburg, both in romance blue and Misses Mary Pauline Miller, cousin of the bride, and Margaret Verell of Newport News, both in daffodil yellow.-The feminine members wore gowns of They carried cascades of French garden tync varl-colored blossoms. These were repeated in the hend dress. Molly Hansen of Hampton, Va., dressed in a frock of petal rjink organdy, served as flower girl. Judson Ellis, Jr., of McKeesnort. Pa., served as'best man. Orooms- men were Hobert Ellett. Jr., brother of the bride, Maurice J. Allen, Jr., of Lynchburg, Vernon Patterson of Atlanta. Oa., and Thomas Hawkiru of Alexandria. A reception was given by Mr. and Mrs. Ellett immediately following in the Women's Club. F(jr traveling on a wedding trip through the Pocono Mountains, Mrs. Cobb chose a two piece suit of aqua and grey worn with a matching knitted Jacket, white accessories and orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Cobb will be at Bits of News . . home at 2412 Forest In Memphis where the groom is employed .by the Buckeye Cotton oil Co. • • • Dobyns Home Is Scene .Of Party for 22 Guests Ths.w. A. Dobyns home was (he •ceil* yesterday of a party for 22 A DEMURE AIR Mrs. Nichols Is Hostess Io Club Eight, Guest Mrs. Ralph Nichols vvns hostess yesterday afternoon sit her home to members of Chib Eight and one guest for a dessert bridge. Mi.s. S. G. Owens was the club's only guest. High score was won by Mrs. R. C. Allen in the bridge g.'ime with second high being won by Mrs. Owens and bridgo by Mrs. Otto Scrape. The entertaining room of the home in which the afternoon was s[jcnt. wns decorated with bowls of mixed summer blossoms. Class Meets At J. Freeman Home The Friendship Sunday School Class of the First Daptlst Church net Tuesday night at the Joe Frce- nan home for a business meeting [md watermelon sup|>er. Mrs. Pat Chitmon opened the short business session with a devotional after which Mrs. C. L. Evans discussed, Christian home ife. Watermelon was served following adjournment of the business session. 6 Insurance Man Awarded Trip J. L. Thompson, Jr. ,of the Blytheville branch ol the American United Life Insurance Co., has been awarded an expense free trip to Mackinac Island,- Mich., It was announced today. . \ •Mr. Thompson, who has been with the company for five years, will leave August 10 for the four day trip. Mrs. Thompson will accompany her husband there as guest of the company also. Qualification for the trip is a production quota. Mr. Thompson Imcl doubled tile assigned quota. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson will stay at the Grand Hotel. guests given in celebration of the fifth birthday of Donna Lou Day, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day. Ann Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, who recently celebrated her fifth birthday, was an honored guest. Party games and Informal entertainment made up the afternoon's activities with winners In the contests being Frances Ann Logon anri Connie Hendrickson. A large birthday cake holding the tiny letters, "Happy Birthday, Don rm and Ann" centered the refreshment table. 'Flic cake was cut anc served the guests with ice cream and iced drinks. Each gnest was presented a ball as a favor from his hostess. Out of town guests were Connie nd Cathey Hendrickson of Chester. a., honsceuesls of Mr. and Mrs H. Houchins. Cominq Events Social Calendar Friday Mrs. J. O. Huey hostess to Lucfcy Rook Club. Saturday Mrs. C. L. Nabers, Mrs. ,J. L. Nabers, Mrs. Paul Pryor and' Mrs. "-illian Frank entertaining at Rustic Inn at 1:30 p.m. honoring Miss Rosemary Johnston. Miss Ginnie Shlbley entertaining at her home on Kentucky with a breakfast-silver shower at 10:30 a. ii.. honoring Mus Mary Ann Snr : th, bride elect of Bobby Carroll Watr^-i of Osceota. Mr. and Mrs. N, O. Moore and family left today for Nashville. Term., where they will spend several days. Jerry Little returned to his home in Hughes. Ark., today after spending two weeks here as guest of Billy Shelton nnd his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Shelton. Mrs. C. E. Johnson and Mrs. Clarence Johnson left today for Fayelte- villc, N.C.. where they will visit with Lt. Irene Johnson, who Is leaving soon for Korea. Before returning they will visit in nidge Crest. N.C.. and in Howling Green, Ky., as suests of Mrs. Clarence Johnson's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson and sister. Joyce. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Strickland, Mrs. W. L. Green, Mrs. W. T. Shelton and Joy Shcllon arc spending today in Memphis. Sgt. B. W. Caldwell. formerly of Blyllievillc. has embarked for duty with the Fifth Air Force in Japan. It was announced today. s™t. nnd Mrs. Caldwell formerly made their home In Chandler, Ariz. Sst. Caldwe 1 ! is f'e son of Mrs. Allen Barrett of Hivthevillc. Mrs. Calclwl] has returner! to Blythevillc to make her Inme svilh t-er parents, Mr. ami Mrs. E. G. Jyjvcll. Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Brewer had as their luncheon yesterday, Mrs. James At J. Oertcl of Cincinnati. O., O. R. D n nnv of Frankfort, Ky.. and Mrs, T. D. Thompson of Mcmnhis. Billy Eugene is the name selected for the son born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. E'.'gene WIclncr at Walls Hospital. !le Is their first ch Mrs. Widner is tl'e former Miss Lois Mays of Blytbcville. Mrs. Jesse M. White Is in St. Louis with her sister. Mrs. Raymind Fowler, who was admitted Sunday to Birnes HosnltM. Mrs. Fowler's condition, is reported as much improved. I Mr. and Mrs. Lee McMurty were i called to Charleston. III., lust night i due tn I he death of their daughter.! Mrs. E. R. Hoots. j Mary Evelyn Lloyd of Leacfcville is spending Ihis week in Blytheville as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Proc- ! tor and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hamilton. Mrs. John Caudill is undergoing , treatment al the Blythevillc Hospital. Her condition is reported as! satisfactory. Mr. and Mis. Willis Wcston arc spending today in , Memphis. L. G. Thompson, Jr., 1 was admitted to Kennedy General Hcspl- tal in Memphis yesterday, where he will undergo treatment. His condition is reported as satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Westridge of Richmond, Va:, announce the birth of a son July 25 in Richmond. He is their second child and has Record Volume Of Veneer Made NEW YORK—W>—A record volume of 4,000,000,000 square feet of ardwood veneers Is being produced his year to meet the expanding mand for fancy plywoods. The Veneer Association reports that In addition to grain-figured veneers used for furniture, radio and television cabinets, the home building joom has developed an unusual demand for veneer paneling, flush ype doors and built-in cabinets. Hardwood plywood construction f interior walls has received a big boost In the popularity of ranch- ype homes. Making larger panels lossible, veneers of this type are jelng used widely for living-room replace walls and colonial style ntcheti dining spaces as well as 'or dens and libraries. LION'S SHARE —Tom, Dick and Harry, month-old lion cubs, make a reluctant camera debut in flic arms of Lion Trainer Marion Foster at the Atlantic City Steel Pier, N. J., animal quarters. Miss Foster, who works with Samson nnd Delilah, parents of the cubs, will break the youngsters into her act as soon as they arc o/r their milk diet. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 Aug. 3. (APJ — (USDA) — Hogs 1- 5CO; two-way market; barrows i gilts mostly 25 to 35 higher; sows weak to 2ji lower than Wednesday bulk 180-230 Ibs 2425-35; few loads 21.40-50; lop 24.50; most lots 250270 Ibs 23.50-24.00; heavier hogs scarce; good nnd choice 150-170 Ibb 21.50-23.75; 120-140 !cs 18.50-20.7S sows 4CO Ibs down mestiy 19.75-20.75; lew light sows 21.00; over 40C Ibs 10.75-10.25. Cattle 1800, calves 1COO; cow made up about 50 per cent of cattle supply; opening generally stea dy; bulls and vealcrs steadj; com mon and medium cows 18.50-21.CO few good 22.00; cannons and cutters 14.50-18.50. Ancient Town Discovered In Indian Excavations Male Death Rate High ROME. OT—Although there are a nilllon more women than men In Italy, the male death rate Is higher han the female rate, the official Statistical Institute reports. In 1948, '.he report said, 247,469 males died compared with 238,060 female deaths, the first nine months of 1949 the totals were: male deaths, 183,180; finale deaths, 177.611. DOUBLE SHAKE FOR JOE—Near Pohang, South Korea, Pfc. Joseph Whitaker of Marinette, Wis., gets a double handclasp front two South Korean youngsters. The toldien are member* of thwi First Cavalry Division, which made a successful beach landing! near Pohang. Said WMtaker of the double shake, "Better than I a V-or-victory." Ceils & Suits for been named David Paul. They have a daughter, Susan, .aged thrrn. Mrs. I Westridge. Is the former Miss Wanda j Smith of Blytheville. .. i • | Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith returned last night from Richmond, I At The Hospitals lUytlirville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bruce Berryman and baby, Stcelc. M. C. Thompson, City. Walls llospiUI Dismissed: Mrs. L. L. wells and baby. Oily. Annie Mae PruiU. Monette. Mrs. Harold Rhoades and baby, Stcele. Jimmy Young, Stcele. 8404 11-18 By Sue Burnett There's a quaint little-girl look lo this junior style that's easy sewing for the youthful seamstress. The tiny collar Is In crisp contrast puffed sleeves are short or elbow length. Pattern No. Mfrt comes In size. 11, 12, 13, H, 16 and 18. Size 12 4?; yards of 36 or 39-Inch; K yarc contrast. For this pattern, send 25 cent.'. In COINS, your name, address. slz< desired. »nd the PATTERN HUM BER to Sue Burnett, Courier News MO South Wells Street, Chicago 1 111. Heady for you now—the new Fa «nd Winter Issue of FASHION. 48 p:\ges of smart new styles, special interesting features, fr« pattern prlnled tnsltle. Send 25 cents today (or your •opjr. Israel Plans Road Work TEL AVIV, Israel — (/l'i— Israel plans to spend S7.000.000 this year for the maintenance of 1,280 miles ol exiting roads and the building of 70 miles o! new highways. E. Aronov. director of the public works department of the ministry of labor, said road work had supplied Jobs for 3.500 workers In May alone. Va., where they had spent three weeks with their daughter and family. Mrs. Annie Holt ts spending two weeks in Houston and Dallas, Tex Mr. and Mrs. Claude Horton ol Cleveland, O., are the guests of Mrs. Morton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Edwards and family. Mr. ond Mrs. Horton will return to tlieii home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Joggers and children returned last night from Norfork Lake where they had spent two weeks at their cabin. Mis. Russell Woods nnd daughters, Linda and Juanita of Lake City, are the houscgucsk of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Thaxton and daughter, Lena Faye. 'Mr. and Mrs. W. Marion Williams and son, Bill. .Jr., are spending today in Mempris. Condition of Ryall Tune, son of Mr. and Mrs. a. E. Tune, who is undergoing treatment at Campbell's Clinic, is reported as improved Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wells announce the birth of a daughter Monday night at Walls Hospital. She is their fourth child and has been named Catherine Marie. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Crigger arc spending several days in Memphis where they were called due to an illness in the family. Mr. and Mrs. James Terry and children returned yesterday from NEW DELHI (fl>)— An ancient town believed to have flourished centuries before the Christian era has oeen discovered in excavations conducted by the government of India archaeological department 15 miles from New Delhi. The excavation was made on a mound covering half a sciuare mile that rises from the plain near the village of Tilpat, south of the capital. B. B. Lai, superintendent of the project, describes the discovery as one of the most important ever made in Indian archaeological explorations. Several large ancient buildings have been discovered tn the probing excavations and more archaeological xvealth is expected to be found below the. sub-soil water level. 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