The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 4, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 4, 1950
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> ( ' PAGE FOUR B'LYTHEVnXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. i960 Society AlewA Jane Shclton, ton, Society Editor § Phone 4461 Bonnie Jernigan, Floyd Kernes Wed In Home Rites Miss Bonnie Jcrntgan of Lepanto became the bride of Floyd Kernes of Emory, Tex., in ft ceremony performed Tuesday at the home of the bride's parents In Lepanto. The bride is the daughter of Mr. »nd Mrs. O. C. Jernigan. The Rev. P, H. Jernigan of Blytheville, uncle of the bride, olficiatcd • t the single ring ceremony at 5 p.m. A large wrought Iron arch protected the satin kneeling bench which was the center point of interest, White gladioli, pompom chrysanthemums and feathery fern were laced through the lattice work of the arch. Seven branched candelabra holding white tapers lighted the twilight setting. The entire scene was reflected in a large mirror placed immediately behind the arch. As the guests gathered, Miss Hetty Jane Johnson of Becbe, and Mrs. C. B. Chinn of Ashland, Ky., presented a program of nuptial music. Mrs. Chinn's selections included "I Love You Truly," Bond, and "Because", De Hardelot. *• A blue taffeta gown was worn by Miss Johnson, with Mrs. Chinn selecting a floor length riiodel fashioned of yellow taffetn and net. Both were presented, white carnations to compliment their ensembles. Attending her sister as maid of honor was Miss Glenda Jernigan. Miss Martishia Ramey of Hcrndon. Tex., served as bridesmaid. They wore identical gowns of white embroidered organdy arranged over taffeta. The bouffant skirts were gathered to snug bodices. They wore tiny half hats of matching material which featured back bows ending In shoulder length veils. Miss Jernigan was dressed In white poised over lavender. Miss Ramcy chose while placed over yellow. Each carried arm bouquets of pom pom chrysanthemums dyed In an Identical chade to that of their gowns. A white gown fashioned of Imported lace was selected by the bride to be worn during the exchange of vows. Long fitted sleeves ended in petal points over the snug wrist line. Her ringer tip veil fell from a tiny half hat of lace. She carried ft bouquet of white orchids set among stephanotls and baby's breath. Norman Ruddle of De Kalb, Tex., •erved Mr. Kernes as best man. TJsher waa James Stevenson of Dallas, Tex. Following the ceremony a reception waa held for the wedding guesta. A miniature bridal party dressed in exact replicas of the costumes of the party, was placed immediately In front of the tiered wedding cake which centered the bride's table. A • lace cloth arranged over filmy white material draped the table. White tapers flanked Ihe cake. Mrs. L. Howton of Osceola, Miss Laveme Hill and Mrs, Chinn presided «t the table after Mr. and Mrs. Kernes had cut the traditional first piece of cake. * ' A lime tropical sun worn with white accessories was selected by Mrs. Kernes for traveling on a wedding trip to Hot Springs. The couple will be at home in Emory. The bride attended Mary Jlardln- Baylor at Belton, Tex. The groom will be .graduated in three months Irom Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College, College Station, Texas. Monday night, Dr. and Mrs. L. HowtOn entertained members of the wedding party with a supper at their Osceola home. A pink and white color combination was selected by the hostess to' the event. Centering the long table at which the guests were seated wa> a tall vase from which brimmed pink TAILORED AND TRIM 8627 12-42 ' By Sue Burnett For Ihe woman who likes a neat, well groomed air. nothing tops the becoming two piece style. This tailored version has short or long sleeves, can double as a suit-dress when worn with a blouse. Pattern No. 8527 is a scw-rlte perforated pattern for sixes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40 and 42. Size 14, short sleeve, 4!s yards of 45-inch. For this pattern, .send 25 cents, i COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street. Chicago 7, Send 25 cents today lor the new ?all and winter FASHION. This atest Issue is filled with news and styles for a smart winter wardrobe; .ntercsting features; free gift pattern printed inside the book. . and white shaded gladioli. Tall pink candles burned in double candlesticks. Miniature pink nut cups marked each guest's place. Further complimenting the chosen theme was the base of filmy pink mntcria arranged under the lace cloth wind S'ndiolt centered overlaid the table. I Slowing tapers Rook Party Is Given At Russell Marv Home Mrs. C. E. Wilson and Mrs. W. M. Burns were hostesses yesterday afternoon to three tables of rook quests at the Russell Marr home. The nffair was given In compliment to Mrs. Ramsey Duncan of Troy. Term., hon.seguest of Mrs. Belle Wood. Tuberoses, white aslers and pink lilies were set about Ihe reccplion and entertaining rooms. The guests, were seated at small tables for the rook game in which Mrs. T. II. Haynes won high score prize of figurines. Mrs. E. M. Terry was low scorer and was presented a jardiniere. Mrs. Duncan was presented guest prize from her hostesses. After the game. Mrs. Wilson's daughter. Mrs. sinrr. served a salad plate with iced drinks. Sixly Attend Monthly Supper Dance Meeting Sixly members and guests of the Dell Supper Club met last night at the club for the monthly meeting, rjr. and Mrs. Frank Scott and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith were hosts and hoste.sses for the occasion. Preceding Ihe evening's dancing, a buffet supper \va.s served from a single long table. A cnscaitc of Ihe table, with reused on either Mrs. Scherer Wins High In Club's Rook Game Mrs. Leon Scherer won high score, Mrs George Saliba, Jr., second high and Mrs. Freeman Huey, rooko, yesterday afternoon at the weekly meeting of the Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. Helen Wren was the only guest invited to meet with the club at (lie home of Mrs. Eugene Brown. Mrs. Brown served a sandwich plate with iced drinks to the club and guest, who were seated In the entertaining room, v,'hlch was decorated with bowls of summer flow- Guests Meet With Club. For Afternoon of Bridge Two guests. Miss Rosemary Johnston and Mrs, Johnny while met yesterday with the Kibitzer Club at the home of Mrs. Harry A. Halites on Main Street for the Weekly af- ternoomof bridge. Mixed summer flowers were set ubont Ihe room in which the chib and guests were scaled at small tables for the c;amc. Mrs. Robert Mcllancy was high score winner with Miss Johnston winning second Inch. Mrs. Haines served a desscr course. Anniversary Is Marked with Class Banquet The fourth anniversa? of the organization of the Winners Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church was observed last night with a banquet In the church social rooms. Seventy members and 15 guests gathered for the banquet and p o- gram. Bowls of summer flowers lopped ttic long tables and were scl about the room for the evening. Bob Coleman, class president, presided over the program fnllowinc the banquet, which was opened with a brief class history given jy Mrs. Raymond Belknap. Duet number-, were presented by Mrs. Bob Coleman and tilts. Henry McCain, accompanied ' " Tapp. Joe Bill ___ _____ briefly to the group followed "with prayers by Vernon Oean and Charles Lipford. Special guests were Mrs. C B Chinn and son David, of Ashland Ky., houscguests of Mrs. Chinn's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. P. ![. Jcrnigan. Venion Boyd, superintendent of the Sunrtny school. Jre Bill Dcaton of Manila, and Mrs. p. H Jcrnigan. Nail Down Finger Beauty at the -piano by Jack Dcaton, a guest, sjxike Anxious lo improve her loniboyish fingernails, this tcen-ajrer has planned a hand-care program for her summer vacation. Sjie huffs her nails (top left) lo rid them of ridges, and (lower left) uscj nail cream lo coax unruly cuticle into place. Slic eomnletes her manicure by .smoothing lotion into her hands. Bits of News terrlay. Howard Bailey Is in Batesville today where lie is attending the White River Water Carnival. En route he was joined at Cash by his former roommate at Arkansas State College. Jonesboro. Joe McAlister. They will attend the dance tonight immediately following the carnival and return home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Don Chamblin have moved to their new home at 1141 Holly. Mr. and Mrs. Cliamblln had been temporarily at home at the L. D. Chamblin home. Mrs. W. D. Cobb Is in a satisfac- at her after home or. . After the candlelight supper a ro- | sicle '° Provide soft lighting, hearsal for the ceremony was held j Immediately fnllouin^ simper, the 'club and guests spent the remainder ] of the evening dancing. Mrs. D. Needham To Head WMU Mrs. Dan Needham was rlectrd 1950-51 president of the WMU r.f the Immauuel Baptist church, yesterday at a meeting conducted at the church. Two new members met with the ten members for a business session. Other officers elected \vcre first vice-president, Mrs. Carl Duncan: second vice president, Mrs. A. M. Houston: secretary, Mrs. w. H Richardson, corresponding secretary. Mrs. Charlie Lesgctt and treasurer. Mrs. Claude Duncan. Named lo assist with the pro- Eratns for the year were Mrs. T. I Mrs. Modingcr Honors Octetlc Club, Gupsl Mrs. C. Modin>;er was yesterday at her h:nnc to the Octette Club and two guests foi an afternoon of bridge. Mrs. G. O. Poet?, and Mrs Russell C. Karr were the club's cucsts. Small tables were set alxint the room in which biicii:r was played. Mixed flowers in low Ij.nvls provided a summer touch to thr j-renne. Mrs. Poet?, was niE;li score winner and Mrs. cleo L.incston second high. Light refreshments were served by Ladies Day Held; Bridge-Canasta Luncheon at Club The monthly Ladles Day sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the. Country Club, was held yesterday morning a tthe Country club, with a bridge-canasta and luncheon party being selected for tile monthly affair. Approximately 71 members and guests of the Country club met for a morning of bridge and canasta, j Small tables were set about the I spacious room for the event. Mixed I summer blossoms In paslel hue.s provided the decorations for the occasion. Miss Mary Hnnn won high score and Mrs. 11. O. Partlow second high in the bridge game. Mrs. Alvin I Hardy won canasta high. A I p.m. luncheon was served from Ihe club porch which was bedecked wilh bowls of summer blossoms intcrspcrsc-d in greenery. Chairman for the occasion was Mrs. R. A. Porter. Assisting were Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mrs. Weldon Rainwater. Mrs. T. w. Jctferlcs. Mrs. Charles Rose. Mrs. w. A. Af- fiick, Mrs. C. C. Cotmcille and Mrs Don Smith. Out of town guests included Miss Nunn of Chapel Hill. N. C., who is the of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn. and guests Irom Slcelc and Manila. Miss Mary Ann Smith. Freddie Smith and Bobby Carroll Watson of Osceola, spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. anil Mrs. Hugh Edwards Talc returned lo their home in McComi: Miss., this morning after spending several days here as guest of Mrs. J. If. Adams and Mrs. Joy Ross. They were accompanied home by their daughter. Gay Frances, who had been spending six weeks here with her grandmother, Mrs. Adams and aunt, Mrs. Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Thomas of Potts Camp. Miss., arrived this morning to be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Timmer and danghlcr, Susan'. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Patten and Mrs. Joy Ross will leave tomorrow for a two weeks' vacation at points of Interest in Idaho. Thej will also visit with members of Mr Van Patten's family. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Parks anr daughter. Deborah, arrived yester day from Detroit, Mich to visit' wcrc tllc Suesls of their daughter, as guests of Mr. and Mrs. li. G i Mrs - Jolm w - McBain and Mr. Mc- Shclton and family. Miss Louise Roosa of St. Louis is the honsegncst of Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Brocktngton and family. Mrs. C. R. Orslnirn and daushter. Sue, spent yesterday In Paducah Ky. lory condition Hearn Street treatment at the Blytheville Hospital, following a fall Wednesday at her home. Mrs. Cobb was removed to her home last night. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Province are now at home at their new home at 055 E. Main. Mr. and Mrs. Province formerly made their home at 127 E. Vine. Mrs. Bill Boyd and daughters, arrived yesterday by plane from Tokyo. Japan. They will be at home at the S. P. Martin home on Main Street. Mi\ and Mrs. James T. Erackin have"/, returned'"{rom a two : .weeks visit" in Deltoii, Mich., and Parkersburg, W. Va. While In Delton they Bain. In Parkersburg, they visited another daughter, Mrs. Woodrow FLsher and Mr. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Cookston Bailey cf Springfield. Mo., will arrive tonight to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Boland and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor and daughter. Mclba. left today for a two weeks' vacation in Picca City, i Okla.., Fort Smith and Arka- detphin. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sudbnry and children were in Memphis yes- At 'Die Hospitals Dismissed: Donald Gcan McDcrmott, City Mrs.. Ocle Smith and baby. City Mrs. W. D. Cobb, City Walls Hospital Di.smis.sed: Mrs. Tommy Dvincan, Carnthcrs villa Mrs. joe Shelton, Air Base B:iby Zona LaFerney, Steele LUXORA NEWS Mr* G C. Drift! Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Renshav, 'ormerly of Paragoutd, have move iere recently. Mr. Renshaw will be public school music instructor dur the forthcoming year In th Luxora and Victoria schools. Miss Nora Wise and Dolly Cos wich left Sunday by motor for a tw week vacation trip in Colorad prings, Colo., and other wester points. Luxorans presently vacationing i Hot Springs Include Mrs. H. P Worsley and Mrs. Allie Spann. Mrs. a. C. Driver. Jr.. and children, who have visited relatives in Atianla, for the past month, returned home Sunday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Driver's sister, Mrs. Robert P. Burdett. and son, who will visit In the Driver home for a week. Ch««s« Mad* TEL AVIV, Israel — W)— Enter- rlslng Danes are going lo make a heat-resistant" special cheese for ale In Israel. This WSG announced y Knud Clirom and Aage K. Kier- egaard two executives of the Peter ensen firm of Copenhagen, in an ntervlew with the Jerusalem "Post." Kierkegaard said "It'll be » Daniih- Swiss cheese, hut-resistant u4 rather mild." Cheese Is being sold to Israel under a barter agreement. Wyoming, oil drillers hav« gon* down as far as 30,000 feet, t new record. Listen lo KI.CN »t !»:!« *.m. and 4-.WI p.m. Dally for *nr pr»(rim innouncemente. Box Office Optni at 1:41 Show Starts -I'M p.m. Continuous Showtnf Everyday LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount News & Selected Shorl Subjects Miss Eloise Richardson was overnight guest in the home Miss Sue Cowen In Memphis Sunday. * Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Stanford were hosts at a dinner party last Thursday night given in honor of the joint birthdays of their son. Tommy, and mother. Mrs. G. W. Stanford. Nine guests other than members of the family were present. Mr. and Mrs. Auten Chitwood announce the birth of a son Monday, July 31, at Memphis Methodist Hospital. The child, their first weighed seven pounds, four ounces and ha.s been named Clifton McKinley. Mrs. Chitwood Is the fnrmer Miss Johnnie Garner of Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen and son, Valmore, of Stuart, Via., arrived Monday for a week visit with Mr. Bowen's mother, Mrs. Sue M Brown. Mrs. W. L. Wilson of Conway arrived Tuesday for a visit for several dayj with her daughter. Mrs. Bowen Thompeon, and family. Wflker and Mrs. Woodrow A'.exan-l — dcr. Mrs. Modingcr. ^ Evenfs Social Calendar Satunlaj Mrs. C. L. N'abers. Mrs. J. L Nabers. Mrs. Paul Pryor and Mrs Lillian Frank entertaining at Rustic Inn at 1:30 p.m. honoring Mis-s Rosemary Johnston. Miss Ginnie Shiblc.v enleriainine at her home on Kentucky with a breakfast-silver shower at !0:30 a m.. honoring Miss Mary Ann Srr'Ih bride elect of Bobby Carroll Wat— '•' of Osccola. Junko Hara Has Business Session The Jnnko Hara GA of the Number Nine Baptist Church met yesterday morning Rt the church (or a business meeting and a Forward Steps program. One guest. .Mrs. Ruel Ilatley, met with the five members present. 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