The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 2, 1950
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PAGE TWO m.YTIIEVIT.T.R (AUK.l COtTRTKR NKWS MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1050 Jane SheJton, Society Editor Phone Miss Meredith, Mr. Shanks Wed In Rites at Home At 3 jMn. Saturday, Miss Mildred Juanita Meredith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. F-Mereditti of ctarfes- dale. Miss., became the bride of HEchard Donald Shanks, son of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph A. Shanks of B]y- thevillc in a ceremony performed at the bride's home. The Rev. \V, L. Robinson of tlic First Methodist Church road iho single ring ceremony before a small group of relatives and friends. The Improvised altar centered a- rounri the fireplace, which w a s banked in \voodwardia in which was set triple branched hand cantl- labra holding lighten" white tapers- Centering the mantle ?.as a copiously arranger! crescent - shaped gladioli fan. The mellowed pine paneled walls of the v/rdtlitit; room of the Mississippi home ;vere a- ninssed with wowhvardia trrps with white wicker floor baskets holding gladioli find stock placed on eitiier side of the trees, immediately behind the Jloor baskets were svrousHl iron candlabra holding- cathoderal tapers- Lacy phitnasi.s fern was entwined on t h e candlarira. Th e kneeling bench, on T.hicti the couple knelt tor blessing. "?;^s also enlaced in plmnosis fern. Ij, T. Moore. Jr., nrfinnist. presented, the program of nuptial music. His selections Included "Serenade" Schubert,-"Andante in D Flat" LaMarre, Soft strains of "Meditation" Massenet could be heard during the exchange of vo^'s. ''The Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin" Way tier was used as a processional with "Mendelssohn's Wedding March" being used as the recessional. Preceding the ceremony the tapers were lighted by Miss Alice Ingram and Miss Mary Ixm Silver- hlatt, both of Clarksdale. Both wore afternoon gowns of pastel shades. Mrs. Jack Stafford, cousin of the bride, attended as matron of. honor and only attendant. Mrs. Stafford wore a honey beige suit with complementing accessories. She pinned talisman rases at her shoulder. The bride, who was given In marriage by her brother, Wilford E. Meredith, was dressed in a navy blue suit with which she wore navy accessories. Her straw crowned hat WHS edged along bonnet Hues in white, she carried a white prayer book on which rested a golden throated orchid. A profusion of slender white satin ribbons In which were entwined stephanotis flowed away from the center. Owen W. Harrison of Blytheville served as best rnan r Travis Meredith acted us usher. Miss Mary Bright, of Clarksdnle presided at the bride's book. Mrs. Meredith, mother of the bride, wns dressed in a wine stilt with black accessories. Mrs. Shanks, mother of the groom, selected a printed silk black *uit with matching accessories, Both mothers pinned gardenias at their shoulders. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr- Shanks and his bride Jeft on a southern wedding trip to New Orleans after which they wilt be at home In Blytheville. Blytheville guests attending were Mrs J. Whitney Morgan, Jr., and Owen Harrison. 75 Attend Dance-Parly At The Woman's Club ' "Happy New Year" In foot-size aluminum foil letters placed on the wall of the Woman's Club greeted the guests as they entered to attend the New Year's party nt which Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs, Barnes Crook were hosts ana hostesses Saturday night. As each puest entered they wore presented leis ol pastel shaded crepe paper. A large foil bell centered the south mantel with minature bells being .suspended from Uie chwnd- liers of the entertaining: room. Multi-colored 51 reamers flowing from thn ceilings, wall?, win'lows nntf fireptare completed the cleror- ations for the evcninc;'? putertnin- ! ment of the approxirnaiely 7>' guest.s who nTlrndc-d. ; Centering the pink -,<vpred re-{ frcshment t^ble. vVm "• >vas set i in a square "U" 5liape. was a j silver foil shaped tray ;iff;ijr nn i which rested pink ro.-rbnris inter- : mingled \\ ith bhie b'iri.s extending from silver branches. ; Durinsr the eveninu fnrh rouplo drow pla?tic favors nn which wore written New Year prophtvirs. i Popcorn, hard cnntiirp, rrtffee ami ! aborted party foods were served i at niid-nisht. | Several ont-nr-fcrwn gm-sts at- i tended the affair. I Goodman Home At Steele Selling For Drop-In from 5 lo 7 p.m. approximately 150 guests called at [lie li. J3. Ciood- lufln home in Steele yesterday to extend New Vcar'fi greetings. -Mr. ant! Mrs. Goodman received tlieir Kuesls In (lie entertaining rooms of their home which arc decorated with vivid Mexican styled furniture. Assorted party foods were served tlic as (hey called durin? the afternoon from the main refreshment table. A larse group of Blylheville ,. cs . Idents attended ihc affair. URGENT nitinK —Mrs. Edward Walker of Jitylhcvitle was before her inarrinec Christmas Day Miss Gloria Fay Paiiglu, daughter of Mrs. Nell Faught of Blythcvllle.! Mr. and Mrs. Walker will make their home in Clytheville. Bits of News 150 Guests Attend Coffee At Cherry Home Mrs. J. Louis Cherry ami Mrs. Cecil Shane honored 151) guests Saturday when they entertained at the Cherry home with an afternoon coffee in complement to the New Rifd candles lighted the rooms In which the hostesses received from 3 to 5 p.m. F J o inset lias and boughs of holly were placed throughout the homo. A cut work cloth overlaid the tsi- hle from which the pnrty fooris were served during the afternoon. Centering Die refreshment table was a low bowl from which vivid iiF.ettias garlanded in clusters of holly. Silver ciuidelnbrn holding lighted red tapers were placed at either end. During the afternoon Mrs. A. G. Little and Mr.s. M. O. Usrey poured. Assisting in the dining room were Mr.s. A. IV FnirHeld, Mrs Fred Warren, Mrs. William Fitzhugh, Mrs. H. H. Houchin.s. Several out-of-town puesLs were included In the guest iist, Supper Club, Guests Feted Al New Year's Eve Dance Approximately 150 members and guests of the Thursday Supper club met Saturday night fit the American Let-ion IVut to welcome the New Year. Hosts nnrt hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nabers, Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Slovnll and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hall. Mr. Naber.s Is president, Mr. stovall vicc-prc.sirient and Mr. Hall secretary of the group. C hi.s tens of multi-colored balloon. 1 ; floated in profusion from the chandliers and celling of the bull room. Centering the rock mantel was a main moth green candle .set In loops of greenery. Mn.sses of greenery banked the mantel. Silver and blue were the chcssen colors fnr the refreshment t:ible from which the midnight buffet, styled supper was served. Center- mi; the table was a silver and blue | ' iere mniiature true with silver and blue bells peeking from under blue leaves .scattered over the table. A number of out-of-town guests attended the affair. CHARMINGLY SIMPLE Mis, n. B. Wilson returned Saturday night from Undcn, Tenn., where she spent several days as guest of her brother, Tom A. Tjnin with whom she returned after Mr. • Tinln hnd been her guest for several; days. John Bruce Wilson left today for Arkansas State CollcKO, Jones- born. after helnp the holiday of his mother mid family. Miss Mnry Emily Wilson and Sydney Reiser have returned to Memphis after visiting here as Riicst of MLss Wilson's mother and farniiy. Miss Florence Moore has returned from Ncu'bcrn, Tenn., where she was the holiday guest of relatives. Mrs. W. M. Robinson has returned to SL. Louis alter being here for some Hme following the death of her mother, Mrs. A. M. Butt. Another daughter, Mrs. Roy Harper, also of St. l.o'.'is. will return to her home En a week. Miss Ritninna Crnflon returned Saturday from Maiden, Mo., where she went especially to attend a holiday dance given by Miss Ann Maskin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gnv Haskln. Miss Crnflon ami Miss Hasktn are rhiss mates at Gulfpark College, Gulf port. Miss. Dr, and Mis. Milton Webb will return lodny from SL Louis where They have been visiting ns guests of Major and Mrs, E. L. Webb. Jr. Dr. Rose Alba Meade. Miss Helen Meade and * Dr. Mnry Davis all of Memphis were tUe week end guests • of Drs. Carl and Edna Nirs. Mr. and Mr.s. Henry Smith nf Dallas and Mr, and Mrs, Mark Smith and daughter. Susan, of Memphis, have returned to their homes after being the holiday piics Li of Mrs. J. p. Smith and family. Chnrles CrlEger, ITT. R. A, Friend. Harry C. Farr. Jerc Reid. Miss Frances anil Miss Barbara Monaghan left Sunday for the University of Arkansas. Favettcville where they are students: after being tbn holiday guests of their parents Mrs. Duff Galther and daughter. Harriet, of Memnhis were the weekend guests ..of Airs. John WaSden Also hevpi=-aa weekend guests of Mrs. Waldrn were Mr. and Mrs. John Price Wnirien of St. I.tnus. Billy Sharp left Unlay for his ionic In Little Rock after visiting s guest of his brother. H. P Sharp and sons. Billy returned to Blythcvlllc with Mr. and Mrs, Sharp and sons (oHowing Uieir visit In Little Rock, Mrs. Kate Turck left yesterday 'o make her home In Monroe. La. Tier rf a i! Enter, Mrs. Henry CoeucMi and Mr. Coenen of Rayville. I, a., arrived in Hlvtheville last week to ccompany her to her new home. By Sue Burnett Tills attractive afternoon style is designed especially for the woman ho likes uncluttered .simplicity. Two .sleeve lengths ure provided, the lines are neat, and (graceful. Pattern No. 8-193 is -a sew-rile perforated pattern for .sixt'.i 32, 34. 36, 38, '10, 42, 44 and 4«. Sire 31, short sleeve, fi yards of 30-inch. For this pattern .send 25 cents. n COINS, your name, address, siite desired, and the PATTERN NUM- RKR to Sue Burnett, Courier Xews, 530 South Wells Street, Chiciu-o 7 111. Send :'5 rents today for the new Fall a n cL Winter FASHION. 64 pages of smart new styles, special features. Free pattern printed inside the hook. Club, Guests In Mirror Room shc ha(l m(idi . hcr home m B|jthc _ The Mirror Room nf Hotel Noble ! Villc /or the past ' «vcral V«»". was (he scttitiK Saturday nipiht. for Ml " Wlnn:c Vl ''<!il Turner re- the i:n members and' cucsts orH" ml;rt lr> Blylhcvlllc ycsirrday. af- Cluh 28 who were entertainer! with El New Year's Eve dance by officer-; of the Club. ler spending Christ runs holidays at her home in Newborn, Tenn. Hosts and hoMesics were Mr. and Shoe Shines 'Frozen' Mrs. Harmon Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Max Loean. Mr. Taylor is BELGRADE — (/Vi— Gnv l>re:-irlenl, and Mr. and Mrs. t.cEari reeitlation lias cnticht i'p with !he sr-crrtiry and treasurer of tin- Clvh. shoeshine boys—and old men—who Mtiennlia loaves. Interspersed ply their trade on tlic public r •A ith mistletoe and aborted hucd i 4-". derorlUcd the mom In out ch the eiinsis the old a nd. ihniceri and ran* rang in the new Trd Fisher nnrt tils nrehrstr.i nr.iviiffd the music for the e\ en :ir"'s rlir.rir.e. lllinieffiafply follnwine tho rianrn bre.ikfn-^ wnp served the group in file Cnlfee .Shape. fxectif.iye Board Meets In Ted King Home ?;i!.'lUorn meiubors of the. Exec.u- !!'.!• ISn.ird of tlic WMU of the First Baptist Church met Friday at (he home of the president. Mrs. Ted At The Hospitals Biytliovillc HnspUa) DismKsnE: Mr.s. Paul Harbrow, City Mr.s. A. R. French and baby Pa.scola, Ma. Tommy Robinson, City \YuLls Haspitiil Oismisscrt: Mrs. Gene Poolr, SteeJe, Mo. Rodney Lucy, Rt. I Mrs. A. W. Spencer, Aimorcl Patty Jean Baugus, Steele, Mo. Mi's. Mamie Mamllgo^ Luxova, Nell Hin-ri.s, City Baby Donald Peterson, City Mr.s. Herbert Drew, anrl baby Hu.vti, Mo. GLAMOR TIMEPIECES FROM SWITZERLAND Inventive designs add new interest to watches. Dasily rend black numerals placed on the outside of the case (above) are a decorative addition lo Uiis yellow gold walcli with black suede bind. The 14-kara( sold watch (left) with black silk cord band adds a calendar to its other attractions. News in the gold watch (above) with a black suede band is a magnifying face crystal. * WE, THE WOMEN * By Klllh Millelt, NKA Slafl U'rHer Better Admit Ma Is Smart, Or She'll Up and Show You The Smith fiimily has lost a full- tion. time liuriK'nuiker—but they've been! If yoa'ic the hustmnri In the Innt- ski!>B for it for a long time. j ily. don't treat hcr like a well-loved Mama finally got herself n job— and she loves it. Ami why not? For almost 15 years she put, all of lit'r time and energy into the job halfwit—Just because shc is a vam- ti ami a homemakor. And it you're a child In the fnin- ilv. tinn't get the idea that Papa Gambler Vows Revenge On Man Who Shot Him DALLAS. Tex. Jan. 2—l/P>— Gamier Herbert Noble said from his hospital bed he may take the law Into his own hands and "get" whoever is tr.ving to "rub him out." He was shot Saturday ni^ht as he stepped from the door of hi.s modest Oak cliff home. The bullet ripped through his left foi'earm. chipped off a section of his hip bone as it plowed through his and lodged against his .spine. hn.s all the brains. It may make Mama determined to jjet oul and srio'.v you all just whfiL she can do. of homeimkinc. And she kept tell- inp herself it would work out fine After all. that was the most important job she could do. She could use her brains and education running a house as well as she could running an office—which is what she did before her marriage. But Mrs. Smith got little satisfaction opt of the Job. "I could take it." she snys. "so lonij as it was onlv Rill who took such an amused attitude toward a woman's mentality he fini'.Hy trot me to feeling ] couldn't add up a string of figures i or make a decision lie couldn't rr.ivc' made bpfter. And lie Just ns.v p mc<i{ Alpha Beta Chapter of Ensi!on T couldn't understand anything i Siciua Alpha meets with Mrs. Ray about his business and so never [ Sw-ney at 8 p m. talked to me about It, "nut when young Bill started trontinir me iu the same superior fashion T fii>ured I had had enough "So without snying. n word lo anybody T cot tnvself a job. I told the family at dinner. And should !-;ne seen the amazement on all their faces. Old Mom who Cominq Events Social Calendar Ttirsduy Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Pieinn Phi nicfts with Mrs. Richard O-hume at 1511 Hcnrn at 7:30 .Mrs. N'eal Gesell entertains La Petite La Nueve. meets with Mrs. Melvin Halsell. Mrs C. A. Cunningham has you' to Wednesday Club ' ' Garden Club mwts al 2:30 Woman's Club. couldn't do aiiythiTiH but keep house landlnc a mb " Fermentation in Cow's Stomach Is Studied SACRAMENTO —</I'|— Does It matter what goes ii\ those cxtvu stomachs of cows nnd .sheep? ft should, says C. P. Hllffmnn, Michigan State College rlnicyinj: expert. He tnld a recent nnimn] in- rtn.slry conference here thnt not enough is known alfouL \vhftt takes place in trie rumen, or .stomach nf cows and sheep. "The efficient fermentation vnts of catllc nnd slice]) make possible the utilizntion of one-hnlf lo one hiliioii acres or ran ;h land in Ihc United States U'liirh would otherwise yield little if any human food," he declared. What is ui t widely reati/.ed, says Tluffmim, is that niminnnts do not get most of their nourishment directly from feed, but from the digestion and nli.-'orption of countless number of food-laden hncteriH that work on the coarse food in the rumen. for herself! Let This He a Lesson "And I love it." says Mrs. Smith "What's mnrc I'm goincr to keep It. Nnt so incch for the pay check, which Is rather elm-building in II- self. but for the wonderful fcelint; that I really do have a fairly good bra ; n which I can use." There are a lot of families like t>'e Pmftiis. who eventually lose their full-time homemaker because thine is so little satisfaction in the job That's a warning to other families. If YOU want Mama lo be s?.tls- j fled with her job. sec to H that she ' ome recognition and apprccia- Sliuw Slarls 1:CO Box Office Opens 6:4.1 Hargaiu Nisht livery Ni&llt LxcejJt Saturday No passes liuiuired nn Sunday Hie Tliursriay Mrs. Harold Wright hosiers to Avalon Bunco Club Thursday Club meets at the Country Club. Mr.s. H. R, Akin hostess to Thursday Night Club. Blytlie ir iHe Rook meeL=; with Mrs. Russell Wert. Mrs. Neville Blakemore hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Nu Phi Mu sorority meets "vStr- Miss Jane Shelton at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. M. O. Usrcy hostess to Mid- Wcck Club > Friday U. B. C. Club meets with Mrs. Alvin Hardy. I.iisl Time Todiiy nOUBI.E FKATUIiE Key Largo with Humphrey Botfart anil Kaureii B;u-all Fighting Fools with Gorcr and Hunt/. Hall f Metro News Tuesday & Wednesday Kins, to make plans for Ihr !J)5fl wori-;. During the nieetinp prayers v-Tre led by Mrs. H. H. Hicoks and thr Hcv. E. C. Browii. In tlic social hour following tho: meeting the hostess served Firemen Save the Roost i MURPMYSROnO. TH.—W»»—Txicnl I firemen lii'tTifdly responded to ;i , snminoiiR to take earn of nn nven bl.isl nt tlic Paul Jiirobs home here. They got there in time to S:HT a tomotinp rnnst m Li'e oven but tvv.- kitfhen furnishtniis n:\d dining iron furniturn were damaged by snr-ko. Family Favorite of Yugoslavia. Ttie,ir fees have been! frozen ;U 10 crnts a shine. | They previously si/cd up ^ t'us- i tinner and charged what they thought the traffic would stand. Feel 'Run Down' Here's We/tome Relief from that TIRID ffft/WG THIS TIME TRY 666 FOR COLDS' MISERIES-IT'S DIFFERENT Kyeu if other merlioincs b.ivo failed you . . . just try GfiG. Here U n proven formui'n tliat haA rn^ii'X-cd colds' miseries for lltbusnitds . . . end H will Ho (.lie srjme for you* Herd's Why . , , (Ififi coht.iin=i not ono-, hut multiple aclivc in^rt-ciientf, enrli (lo^ipnnt) to eombnt onr or inorr cold syniploms . . . So next time, if yon want to fiet relief. . . Get G66. 6660". LIQUID OR TABLETS "Are all these folks getting loans from GENERAL CONTRACT PURCHASE CORPORATION or am I in the wrong line?" GOfS STSAICH1 JO WOKK WHCfC jHtst iffoueus orrw CEGIN Starts to Work at Once Hefps Keep You Feeling Better Tliis is con<! nows for siiffrrinjr folks who wnnt (n regain tli.'ir ciiiirpv. Hon'l BOI. ulcl lioforc your (imp. Look out IT ill the ni<l of the iliiy you fi-i-l ( nnci worn out. mici linvn no sip and pep to ilo and enjoy things. Hcltcr dnys Kf'irnlly ii wom:m \vr<.U': "f foot fi'f Miles nf .S..S..S, I'us \riir. 'llnrc o:a*rl,\is rni'iyv. .Mv liashnnil lak<:t _.S.S..S. fiery ymr. He fn'l* it '-' bfltcr In keep his Moot! in grtnl kr.iilh tliun tn fry repairing ['." An apiu'lizinit portion of -S.S.S. Tonic lirfore meals Hops ••• for the blooil. This famous medicine hvnlds up low l-loc.d slrnifUh in men, uninen nml children who have n.Mi-orpanic simple or nutritional nnenlia. S" why wait! S S.S. Tonic helps Nature norft /uslcr when hnl]) is needed. Millions of Bottles Sold! i;, t „ i»,t,ii. of «:,tr ,,f ;,m. rl.«inr.l lo !>.• Hie Mine nr jujl «.< c.-nlT A,., (l t only K.SS. 'I'^iii.-- l!;^ r^IAt>iish'-«l nnil lin.ivti lc.iiliT. Aiik' for -S.SS. At nil .Ini 2 slorc.1—Kiinily |^.>. *?.!*>; ItfEiilar li'F, SI.Hi. 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