The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 5, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 5, 1950
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/ PAGE m.YTTTEVn.T.K (ARK.) COUNTER NKW8 TIIUKSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1350 octe Jane Shelton, Society Editor Mr. Gill Weds Miss Lonnurn In Home Ceremony In B ceremony performed Monday, Jan. 2, at the home of (lie bride's parents, Miss Eva Belle 1/111- num, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Colcman N. Laimuin ot O.iceoln, became the bride of Ira Ray Gil), son of Mrs. Den G. Gill of Dell and the inte Mr. Gilt. The double rinjr ceremony said at 12-.SO p.m. \vitli the Rev. L. T. Lawrence of the. Pre.sbyferiarl Church In Osccola officiating, before members of the families and intimate friends. An improvised altar of palms and greenery, flanked by floor baskets of~ plc'iidilly gladioli bucked with massive branched candelabra hol<i- inp lighted white ta|Kis was the Ecttin; for the exchange ot vows. Immediately precedes the ceremony the tapers were lighted by Mi<!s Vivlnn Lnnmmv sister of the bride, Miss Lannum <v.ore a two- piece velvet frock with complementing acces-orit.s. She. pim.ert white carnations at her waist. Mrs. Ij. J. Schreick, Jr.. atteiiticit her sister as matron of honor ;imi only attendant. Mrs. Schrdck selected R suit oi navy tahie \vilh mvy and pink accessories. Slie .wore a halo of pink feathered carnations in'her hair. 'The bride chose for her wedding costume a navy faille dressmaker's suit trimmed In touches (if white pi'gtie. she chose navy anil powder blue accessories and carried a white prayer book topped with two purple thvaoted orchids set in pufis of ma- lijic. Russell Gill of Dell served his brother as best man. Mrs. Lannum. mother of the bride, chose a brown tafleta gown •with brown accessories. Mrs. Gill, the groom's mother, selected a black dressmaker's suit •with black and light blue accessories. Both pinned white carnations at "their shoulders. .• A reception wa.5 held following the ceremony in the entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. J. J. Lusk, graiul- • mother of the brlrle, Mrs. Prank Palmer of Blythevillc and Mrs. Rex ' Crane presided at the bride's table which was overlaid with an elaborately cut lace cloth. A thre-tiercd wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom centered the table. Completely encircling the base of the cake were swirls of pink and white carnations nestled in roeettes of pink maline. White tap- era, resting In silver candelabra, .each completed with a slender white satin bow, were placed at either end. Following the reception Mr. Gill and his bride left on a wedding trip Coming Event! Social Calendar Thursday Duplicate Bridge League metis at 8 p.m. at Hotel Noble. Nu Phi Mu sorority meets with Miss jane Shelton al 1:UO p.m. Friday Dorcas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Cliurcli will men 2:30 p.m. (ur the rcijtilar business and social meetiiiB. Alpha Delln Chapter of Hot a 8i«- ma Phi meets in the Colonial Hoom of Hotel Noble at 2:30 p.m. es — MJ>. J. C Ellis, Jr. and Mrs, nil! ilamii.-ter. Chapter "N" »f PF.O Sisterhood meU with Mrs. Jolni Cnmlill at 2 p.m. C. B C. Club meets with Alvin Hardy. Friday Contnift Club meets with Mrs. Ci. O. Poctz. * WE, THE WOMEN it Bj Kulli Mlltclt, NEA SUfi Writer Mama Getting Too Fat? Better Tell Her So, Pop 4-H Group Elects 1950 Cluh Officers Offh-ers (nr 1050 fnr tin 1 Numtwi Nine 4-H Club wcie elerlcti Tuesduy nficrnoon. Those clocicd were: prc.s- IdoiU, Charles Quocry; vice-presi- it, Jetty Lynn Co.tifs; secretary. Martha I.^c Hurt; reporter, VMan SLIP Drt1~.oi\ and son^ leader Lillic .May Nor then U. I The gj-onp 5.cle< led Mtss Ernes line Fieiu-h ^irls* lender, and Fred jv-an j boys' Jejidcr. | In Oic business mooting following Uit? election enrollment caitis and literature were distributed. A man who reads this column wauu me to write an article Ihat will jolt hLs wife out of her complacency. She has ,m his words, "let herself get sloppy fat." He blames IIPV (or ''letting hcrsoli 540"—but admits lie can't laJk to her nboijL It. He probably can't now. And If he i could It might be loo late to do 1 a»y good, since tafclufc oil a lot of Mrs. I weight takes more willpower than ' many people have. But if he feels so .strongly about the mailer, he should have mentioned it when she Urst put on a few extra pounds, I know a husband who feels just H.S strongly about women putting I on weight as the writer ol this Ict- \rr. Yet he has a wife \vr\o Is as slender as she \vas when a girl. The reason? He told, lier a.s soon as they were married he hoped she would never let herself get fat. And p-very time she started putting on an extra pound or two he noticed Livestock CUTTING Tilt: H'liDDlNG CAKti—Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hay GUI are shown cutting the wedding cake at the reception following their marriage Jan. a in a ceremony performed at tile bride's home in OsccoJa. Mr. und Mrs. GUI arc now ou a southern wedding trip. Mrs, Gill Is ttie former Miss Eva lielle Lnnmitn of Osceola. NATIONAL STOCKYAROS. III., Jan. 5. (It'i— (USDA)—Hogs D.OOO; fairly nctive. steady to 25 higher than average Wednesday; bulk good and choice IfiO-LMO Ib.s 1600-50; top lfi.75 for several loads lSO-2^0 Ibs; most 250-300 Ibs U.50-lfi.7f); around 315-320 Ibs 1400; 110-110 Ibs 1-1.5010.25; 100-130 Ibs 12.50-H.25; sows Twins Complimented On Seventh Birthday Donblr "Happy Bii tluiay.s" were exlciKicrrf -Monday \\ h c n Tommy and Frances Gamnilll, twins of Mrs Frances Gninmtll, celchiatcd their sevctilh birUuIay, 20 little friends nl tended the party at the P. D Foster home honoring the occasion, i The after noon was spent in ptay- Ing recorc3s anil indoor games. During the afternoon assorted party foods ivcre served from the dining table which was done in designs ot pink, blue, yellow and green. Individual cakes were served from the tjible which was centered with n "m;i£Jc" silver ring holding Ee\'t'ji glcaitting tapers, one | for each year. I "Happy Birthdays*' were extended Johnny MjDuwt'l! wlio was ulso celebrating hl.s seventh birthday. : I, '-Mrs. Onimnill vva.s HS-sLsted by her mother, MVs. P. D. Foster, Sr. Bits of News NEAT BUTTON FRONT 400 Ibs don-n 12.75-13.50; hrnvfc: -sows 11.00-12.50- most, stags 3.5010,50. 'Cattle 1.000; calves 500; buh'b scarce and unevenly higher; gooc kinds 1.00 above Wednesday; veal- ers steady; frrw loiv nnd nvcnigf good steers steady at 2ri.O'j-2G.'25 otherwise little done; medium anc jood heifers ant! nri>'ed yearling 21.00-^5.00; common and ineditin n.00-20.00; common and incditui cows 15.50-1700; odd head good I 18.00; cnnners rvnti cutters 12.50 15.00; medium and good sausage bul' 18.50-20.50; tops 21.00; cutter an common bulls 15.50-n.50-. good an choice vcalers 28.00-38.00; commo and medium 18.00-26.00. nd rcmartcrt on !t. Don't Keep II a Serrcl Bible Studies Cancelled Because of Bad Weather Bible studies In the Rook of Acls \vhich \vere to be continued tonight aiul tomorrow nisht at the First Baptist church, have been cancelled. The ncv 15. C. Hrown, pji-tor, who has been conducting the studies in pi'-paration for Ilio Evangelistic Crusade for Southern Il;ip- tist Convention churches in April, After all, that is really only play- | ,.,„„ th , u ll)c &csslons wo|]|d he con . ig fair, it a rm.sband feels that j tllulcd 011 llle ncxt t Wednesday anything that con- n j f ,) )Ls trongly about cms his viite, he mi^hl '.o let now about It from the sUrt. Maybe lie hopes his wife will hev- gatn weight. Or tie may feel he ouldn't be bappy living with n areless hcnisciiecpcr. Or he iniglit eel ituit he wouldn't want his wife o become a clubwoman, or a bridge lound. Or maybe her looks are .so mportant to him he would rather lave her buy expensive clothes than ry to economize on her clothes judge t. Hut whatever it Is about his wile hat Is of utmost Importance U> :ilm shouldn't be kepi a secret from :iis wife. If he makes his feelings quite plain and she goes ahead and disregards his wishes, then she is asking for trouble. But I can't help but feel sorry tor the '.vile who fails hoi- husband Ijecau.sL- she't know she has slipped up on tile one thing that matters most to him, During; the first three sessions of the studies approximately 100 have been enrolled. The classes started Monday ni;;ht. Ciinecllulion was due to inclement weather. Q1U4 Continuous Shows liox Office Opens 1 :<i5 Show Starts 2:00 10:01) a.m. IU:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. LISTEN TO KLCN iny tonight. At present, there in Pack No. 4. Cuh Pack Ho. 4 to Hold Meeting at Church Fj-eit Callnhan, Cuhmaslcr for Cub Pack No. 4. said that all five Dens would meet Together touts-lit at the First Christian Church at 7:30. Mr. Cnllahan said hat the Cub Packs \verc chiefly boy-parent groups and that nil parents were invited to attend the Pack mcet- l.asl Time Today Adam's Rib linnorpcl nn Sutida) •I he IKIXV Thursday & 1'ridiiy . Son of Frankenstein *"-"<• DtSSIS O'KEEFE (IAI.K STORM P.iriinitiiint News it Scleded Shorts - Cunliniiuiis Showing: Everyday Mrs. James Hill, Jr., discussed "Birds of the Nation" and of this section of the country nt the meeting of the Garden Club yesterday at the Woman's Club. Mrs. J. V. OiUvs presided during the afiermmn in the absence of Mrs. Jim Crafton, president. Mrs. Hill used colorful illustra- tiotis. After the meelmg the hostesses, I c. Mrs. W. S. Juhnslon. Mrs. Ray Hall nnrl Mr.s. Lloyd Whiuakcr, served refreshments. -'Hie 22 members present were scared in the enlmtuiinni; room to New Orleans and Houston, Texas,"after which they will be at home Mrs. JaiHCS Mill In Winter Haven, Fla. lor several , • months before returning to Deli to , Al make their home. Mr*. Qiil is a graduate of Osccola High School and nt the time of her. marriage was a student at Arkansas College, Batesville. Mr. Gill attended Blytheville High School and Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. He served two years in the. Army and since that time has been, engaged In fanning nt Dell. * • • Luncheon-Bridge Fetes Wednesday Club, Guests ' A large vase holding copiously arranged Jsponica blossoms Uipperf the'riinSng table nt which the Wednesday Club and three (rne.sts \\ore seated for luncheon yesterday at the C. A. Cunningham home. Guests meeting with the members were Mrs. Marvin Robinson, Mrs. Samuel P. Nonis and Mrs, Monroe Grain. Immediately following the three course Umchcon bridge was played with Mrs. Grain winning hi^h and Mrs. Nor r is second high. Mrs. McCutchen Fetes Town and County Club Town and Country Club v/af niter tnincd yesterday at the o. W. McCuthen home when Mrs. McCutchen was hostess for the weekly meeting. During the afternoon Mrs. Mo Cutcheti served a dessert course. In the game, Mrs, P. n. Footer t;on high and Mrii. McCutctien second high. Club Eight Mcels ' With Mrs. Paul Jobc \ Mrs. Paul Johe was hostess ye.-- < terdny to members of ^Clnb Eight 1 at her home for the weekly dcs- ; sert; bridge. j In the bridge gsmc Mrs. QUO : Scrnpe won high sind Mrs. Jobc ; second high. Potted plants were placed throughout tlie home. Club Meeting A, C. Ilituch is spending scvcrnl days In St. Ixjuis on business. Condition of Mrs. L. B. Parks who underwent n major operation TtmrMhiy at Walts Hospital is satisfactory. Mr. vind, Mrs. E. S, Lowrant of St. Louis left today for their home after .spending several days here [ as guests of their daughter. Mrs. '• L, C. 'McGce, Mr. McGee and daughter. Donna Jean. Baby Shirley McNair, daughter of Mr- and Mrs. Calvin McNair. was dismissed Wednesday from \Vnlis Hospital where she had been n patient for several days. Her condition Is Improved. Milton F. Clinton returned to New Orleans where he is a student nt Tulane University after beitig the holiday of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Clinton. Mrs. C. L. Blaylock wns removed Tuesday from Walls Hospitnl to her home after being confined to the hospital/ for several days. Her con- ihtion ix improved, Mrs. " Rudolph Vrska and her houscguest, Miss Jacqueline Dufhilo of New Orleans, spent yesterday in I Memphis with Mrs. Vrska's father, Modmgcr, who Is umtcrgaing Exclusively Yours At Hays Store Wcs/cyo/r Service Guild Meets in Bcigloy Home Mi5.s Gi-ldui Rinks nnd Mrs J. \V. Wni.Itiiin w *'ro ho;U\s-i\-v Mi>n- dr.y nieiii at the Rny I. Diwlry home t-> lucmhots of Uic WCilfyuti Kcrvuie Cinilci of the First Methcxi- Chnnrh. "J'tie devotional] \vas uh. en by Mrs td StCiuliiLkii folUm-Qrt Dy the t-Miiii: pvy:;:-ain under TIM- dni'O- 'iii oj Mr;;, V;:i;n.' llc'ridcixin. treatment at Campbell's Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thro ol St. Louis announce the birth of a daughter E3ec. 27 In St. Luke's Hos- pftal in St. Louis. The baby who with potted j is their fifth child, has been named Carol Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Thro formerly made their home in Blythe- viHc. At The Hospitals niylhcvillc Hospital'd:\ Jnincs Kcllor, Kcevcs. Mrs. Mary Gales, Lrpnnto. \\alEs linsiiltal Di^rni^ ' Mrs. W. \V. Watson. Manila. Marilyn Sue .Jones, City. ' 8551 14-46 By Sue Burnett Easy to care for—n joy to wear liis handsome shirtwaist styi buttons down the front, hns button ed sleeves. Unusual pockets give i professional finish. Try a colorfu check in \vool, r:lyon or cotton. Pattern No. 8551 is a sew-rid ]!cr!or;itc<l pattern for sizes 14. 16 IS. 20; 40. 42. 44 and 46. Size 16 4'= yards ot 30 inch. For this pattern .send 25 cenls in COINS, your name, address, si/.f rlcsired, and the PATTERN NUM HER to Sue tttirnett. Courier News 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 1 111. Send 25 cents today for the neu Pall and winter FASHION. 6' Pages of .smart new styles, spccin! features. Free pattern printed inside the hook. JUDY BOND BLOUSES "KATR1NA". . .circlets of eyelets spacer! \vilh kite form end decoration on this strnglil-from- fiiiryland Judy Bond in gleaming batiste. . .and to make it a complete treat, there's a lacy, ruffled Eland-up collar and a band of lace on Hie sleeve. 098 Sizes 32-38 iiii' 1 ^ iiiiLl one uursi. Mi 1 .--. Hui;;:h. 1950 Work Discussed By Junior Red Cross .'ti* nirrjjibrrR of tlip Junior firil ' 01 1 ho Miuii rirJuxil nn't Wed .',>• fiu-^i^rtMi nl the sctiui^ Ini ,:itii\v> meeting. u-iiiL* Hi" afiernonn the croup ted Ihr rlistnbution ol .liiuini Cr< ,s enrol In lent material tci nh i:* Mir-si^ippi Comity Mir mj: nf siifts to thn Kennr'd.. '(-.ii Hi'-i-ital m Memphis ^iui iv i -.'.jilny oi courses in tit ; t h r 'inr ;.i,;;,hH; ond prevent i;t[ "c Klrut:-.. ifs .,iiiry Long is siJo:it,0] ot tin* WHEW YOU FEEL WELL! 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