The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BI.YTHEVn.LE (ARK.) COUniEIl NEWS FRIDAY, JANUAR\' 6, 1950 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Mr. Ivy Is Wed To Miss Millicon In Church Rites Miss Jacqueline Rose Millican, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joli" T. Millican ol Baton Rouge, La., became trie, bride of nrucc Ivy, Jr., son ol Bruce Ivy, Sr.. of Osccolu nnd Mrs. David Lee of Memplii.;, ni a double ring ceremony Dec. '21 at 7:30 p.m. in the First .Methodist Church in Baton ROUBC. Dr. Unvis N. Stuckey performed the ceremony. ' White wicker floor baskets holding white Rladioli, llniikcti by Uce ferns against a background of palms outlined the platform where the wedding party stood. The couplo knelt on a white satin and malinp prie-dien for tlie exchange of vows. The program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Don Ilavdcsly who played "Claire de Lunc" "Meditation" and "Oh promise Me." Joe Kenyan sail? "Through The Years" and, during the .service for the blessing, "The Lord's Prayer." Attendants In Mine Miss Eva Lou Edwards was maid of honor, She wore a gown of light blue velvet made with a rolled neckline and cap sleeves. The very full gathered skirt fell from a long waistline. She carrier! a matching mtiCf adorned with I>i"k camellias and wore a tiara of velvet match- Ing her gown. Martha Davis of Livingston, Tex., was junior bridesmaid. Her gown of deeper blue velvet was fashioned along lines similar to Unit of the honor attendant. She also carried a muff and wore a tiara. Miss jvfary Elizabeth Baker. Miss Miriam Lorciz of Baton Rouge and I Miss pat Bovet of Monroe were bridesmaids. Their costumes matched the junior bridesmaids'. Elizabeth Ann Ivy of Osceota. sister of the groom, served as [Lower girl. She was dressed similar to the maid of honor. She carried a basket of sweetheart rose petals. The bride's gown of ivory wUHc satin was styled with Venetian shoulders and high round collar. Pinned at her throat was a seed pearl broach borrowed from her maternal grandmother. A full length veil fell from her Juliet cap of pearls, 1 — Bride Carries Orchid ' She carried a bridal bouquet of; |YIicl-Wcck Club Meets i white orchid, surrounded by lilies .... . of the valley and split carnations. I'Of LuncheOH-Dl'IClEC White satin streamers flowed away I from, the arrangement. j MRS. M. o. Usrey was hostess The groom's father, Mr. Lvy, at- yesterday at her home on Main tended him as best man. Ushers to members of the Mid-Week Club, were John Bell Robinson of Nash- A two course luncheon preceded ville. Art s ., John Nash of Memphis, the afternoon bridge games. Cen- Howard Ijovelace ol Stuttgart and tering the lace draped dining table Dick Millican, brother of the bride, at which the guests were seated The bride's mother wore a royal w(ls „ i ow boivl jj|] C( | w m, poin- bhie crepe dinner dress featuring scttias and clusters of holly. Coin- long sleeves and a silver sequin belt, i pe i e |j. encircling the arrangements Her corsase was a white orchid. were [| nv floating red candles. Sil- The groom's mother was unable vcr candlabra holding glowing red Mrs. Husbands Guest With Blythcville Rook Mrs. F, L. Husbands was gurst with member* of the Blyihenne Rook club when Mrs, Rus.-ell Weil was cntcrisined the group yesterday. Die afternoon «•!« .spent In the entertaining rooms wlilch «eic decorated with low bow!* filled with nandina berries and japonica blossoms. In the rook same Mrs R. A. Copeland won hut)]. Mrs J. O. lliiey second hitch and Mrs. Rux.sdl Hiales rooko. Mrs. Husband* wa.s presented a gift. During the afternoon the haste s served a salad plate and toffee. Mrs. Brown Entertains Double Four Bridge Club I'lie Double Four Bridge Club was entertained yesterday at the Lynn Brown home with Mrs. Brown complimented the group. tn the afternoon games Mrs. Ivy Crawford won high and Mrs. William Berryman second high. During the afternoon Mrs. Brown served a dessert course. Mrs. Aikcn Hostess Io Thursday Night Club The Thursday Night Club and one guest, Mrs. Jimmy McCalt met la-st night at the Raleigh Sylvester home when Mrs. H. R. Aiken was hostess. In the evening rook games Mrs. J. A. Saliha won high, ami Mrs. George SUlwcll rooko. During the evening the ho.stc.ss served refreshments. MARIIIKI) KKCKN'n.Y — Sgt and Mrs. B. W. Caldwell are shown following their marriage Jan. 3 at the home of the R,:v. E, C Brown. Mrs, Catriwell is the former Miss Frances Lovell. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lovell of Blythcville. Little Red Hen Rates Extra Bit of Attention Bits of News WILMINGTON. Cillif. — Wj — Ever since Mrs, William shanks' little red hen Imu a riotibie-yolk egg at the age of lour months, it's j Maylir Outs WE, THE WOMCN * Hy KutLi Milletl, NKA SUll Writer vVorking Wife Can't Count On Husband Sharing Work When a husband and wife both* work should they share the housework on EI fifty-fifty basis? That's tlic? question put to me by working wife who fceJs strongly thai tl.e answer Is "Yes," The answer is "Vcs"—theoretic- ally. JJtu H seldom works out that way. Because it Is natural for the woman m be ihe liomernaker nnd foe- cai'se .she usually has set ideas about (he right way and wrong way of rtoiiifi housework, the working wife u.siiiiny Inkrs on tar more than half of the wort: around the house. And because a lot of men fer?l that housework is beneath thorn nnct chflt they've really stretched a point if they offer to dry dishes MOV: and then, a Brent many working womrn end up by doing nearly all of the housework themselves. So actually the problem Is not so .situate that it can be answered by a Hat "Yes" or "No." Ami in C;I.SPS wiiere the husband i-vM'r wil'ms to h n h>. it doesn't reaSU nim{('i- ylvtt i.s right and fair. The wife has to take the situa lion as it Is and work it out from theie. Help Is (lie Answer maintained a record worth cackling about. The New Hampshire Ucd followed up with a .series of two-yolks and ever; a few triples. And now on the basis of U.s latest effort. Mrs. Shrinks feels she owns n real heti o{ distinction. She says hi?r chicken laid an egg weighing just one ounce Ic.ss than hall a pontut. it had four yolks, measured 7-38 Inches around the center and 9-3 a inches lengthwise. MRS. imirci: iVV. ,m., is shown following her marriage Dec. 21 in Baton Rouge, La. Mrs. Ivy is the former Muss Jacqueline Ro-e MULican, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Millican of Baton Rouge. Mr. ivy is U\e son of Bruce ivy, Sr., of Osccola. Mr. and Mrs. Ivy are now honeymooning in Mexico. They will be at home In Memphis. tap?rs were placed at either end. In the bridge game immediately following Mrs- Cecil Shane won high nud. Mrs. W, U Hovuer second high. P ' O1 to attend. The home, of the bride's parents •was the setting for the reception held immediately following the wedding. In the foyer of the home were baskets of while gladioli. Placed on [ • * ' the ma»tel \S-RS an arrangement of *vi • pi 1 p i •white tulips flanked by gleaming INCW LUlb, UUCSlS white,tapers, palms stood throughout the house. The bridal table held a three- tiered wedding cake decorated with wedding bells nnd tiny white flowers. Mexico City, ACRpulo and Monterrey will be visited by Mr. and Mrs. Ivy on their wedding trip. For traveling the bride wore a champagne wool suit, navy accessories End a white orchid corsage. The bride was graduated frotn "Ward-Bchnont College and Louis- Inna State University. She is a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. The groom attended the University ol Arkansas and is now a student in the Mcriical school in Memphis. He is a member of Kappa Sig- rnn fraternity. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ivy will be at home in Memphis. Thursday Rook Club Out-of-town sues Is attending in- J Members and three guests of the "newest" bridge club in town, which Is yet unnainert, met Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Floyd Seay for a dessert bridge. Gne.st-S meeting with thn members were Mrs. Charles Harder. Mrs George Ford and Mrs. P. 13. Faster In the game Mrs- Harker won high and Mrs. Fred Steadrnan second high. Polled plants were placed in the room in which the evening was spent. Mrs. Blakcmovc Fetes Miss Lovell Is Married To Sgl. B. W. Caldwell The marriage of Mi&s Prances Lovell, daughter nf Mr. ami Mrs. E. O. Lovell. of Hlytlieville, lo SRl. B. W. Caldwell. .son of Mrs Glarly.s Kemp of DlytheviUe, is announced today by the bride's parents. The weticUng was solemnized Jaii. 3 nt 0:30 p.m. at the home ol the Hev. E. C. .Brown, pastor of the First Baptist Church Miss Ruby Noble attended as maid of honor. She wore a (an frock with brown accessories. The bride selected for her wedding costume a hunter green suit with brown accessories. She pinned white carnations at her shonl- Jamcs OUNeal served as best man. Sst. Cnldwell is now stationed at Rapid City Air Force Rase in South Dakota. Mrs. Caldwell will join him there the latter part of February. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy. Sr.. Elizabeth Ann Tvy, and Mr. anrl Mrs. George Florida of Osccohv Country Club Selling For Bridge Club. Guests Two guests met with member «* the Thursday Club when the gr< met yesterday at the Country ChiL for a luncheon -bridge. Once rnch month the weekly meeting is held fit the Country club. ' Guests meeting v.iih mcmljrrs of the Club were Mrs. E. M- Regenold and Mrs- E. J. Cure. The group was .sealed at a lon^ table for the thrre course luncheon. Tminfd lately following, liie IT- mahuier of the afternoon \\as Hirnt in briripe in which Mrs. R. D. Hu^hc.^ won first and Mrs. Re gen old second high. Chinese hniul-painted vases holding sluidrd ghnlinJi decorated the room? in which the Thursday Rook Club was entertained in the Nevillr- Ulakriimre home yesterday. In the afternoon came Mrs. Blakemore v.nn high. Mrs, W. B. Mayo second high and Mrs. George • "filiba Jr.. rooko. j Immediately following the ganir j Mrs. Hlahemove served Spanish Delight and coffee. Avalou Bunco Mccls In Harold Wrighl Home Mrs. HnvoM Wright was hosted to tiie Avalon Bunco Club yesterday at her home for the weekly meeting. The guests were seated for the afternoon bunco game.s in rooms in which were arranged potted, plan Us and low bowl.-; filled with auuirnn shaded leaves. In the games Mrs. Bill Gilbmv won high and Mrs. Wright second high. Mrs. Bu.s-s KeUinger buncoed. Following the same the hastens .served a salad plate arid hot chocolate* Mr and Mrs. Herbert N. Swcarcn- gen, Jr., nnnomu-c the birth of a .son yesterday at \Vatts Hospital. The baby, who is their first child, has been iiiim^d Herbert N. S'.venr- ciJsen. IIf. Mrs, SwcarenK(M) is the former Miss Carolyn Peterson. M*s. Leonard Johnson and daughter, Beth and Gail Brogdon. spent Wednesday night in Memphis where they attended the Monte Carlo ballet. Mrs. G. G. Salibn. Sr., has been . removed to her home at First and ' Vine from Walls Hospital where she had been seriously ill for several davs. Her condition is Improved. George Pollock III. has returned to Washing ton University St. Louis, where he is a junior, after behiK the holiday guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Pollock, Jr. Charles Ingrimi. student at Hie Universily of Tennessee Dental School in Memphis, has returned to school after being the holiday guest of his aunt. Mrs. J. H. Elkins. During his visit here Mr. Ingrnm and Mrs. Elkins motored to Milan, Tenn.. for a brief stay with his father, Enrl Ingnim. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Reichel have returned from a two weeks vacation in Hot Springs. Condition of Mrs. A. W. Wilsim who has been confined U> her home on Parkway for several days with a severe cold is some improved. Mrs. A. L. Lewis of Hnrwood, Va , has Arrived to spend the Whiter months as gi'est of her daughter. M]-.<;. George Pollock, Jr., and Mr Pollock. ! So I would adv.-=e the wife wio ! thinks her husband shorlri do his i frll share of the hmi.srwork. bi I who isn't hnvinp much luck sellin? j Mini on th«? icka. I'* Rive It up. SVir nm:t\t ISP riMe l'» na» him I into 1ip]i>ins more, but that \voi'ld- \ n't make for a happy mania cither. ff her rmv chock Is nrcossary to the family hudnrt. thru she to m^ke some allowance in the bud- i^ct for limi.sohfjlri help. It. nuy mean .sk'mimie on other things, but that is bettor than fighting over who .should do the marketine or iya«h the dishes or scrub the kitchen floor, \V it b part -1 i me help she en n pinb^bly manage to be both a ',vorkiny woman and a homemakor. And if the nat t-time help wrecks of Magic Shown Before Rotary Members A preview of General Electrlc'a House of Magic dcmoii&U'atUm wa.i given before members of IJlythe- villc's Rotary Club when the group met at. Hotel Noble yesterday. Frank txigandice, of Albany, N. y., and Bob Humphries, of St. Petersburg, Fla., Ueiwal Electric repre- entalive.s. conducted an abbreviated form of the demonstration they have been giving for school children am! the general public in this al ea. Dick J. White and Dr.'j. ,;. Webb were inducted as new members in the club. Oup.sts included Gilbert Bisher, Harold fiazicr. Fred Smith, of Osceola, Tom Miller. is a dependable guide for your winter wardrobe. 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