The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 21, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 21, 1950
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR New* Jane Slielton, Society Editor Phon« 4461 Miss Vannye Whitley Plans Late August Marriage Announcement of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Vannye Katherine Whitley, daughter of Mrs. R. C. Blackwell of Blytheville und Joe Whitley of Little , ,, „ ., „ ,., Rook, to (lie Rev. Richard Besancon, ,,„,„,, ,. son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Besancon, ISUlDrv — Miss of Stryker, O., was made today. Vaniiyc Kalll- Tlie double ring ceremony will be ei .; ll( . U'hitlpv performed Monday, Aug. 28. at , „, ,i -ii Brinklcy's Chapel at Lepanto. The OI Uiyilievilks Rev P. H. Jernlgan will officiate IS engaged lo at the •! p.m. nuptial exchange. |je married to •Miss June Roberts of West Mem- ( . |? „• . phis, pianist, and Carrol Evan.s of the Hey. Klcll- Blytheville, vocalist, will present the Rl'tl Ucsancoil nnnhnl music. nf SJtm'L-m 1 A nuptial music. of Miss Whitley has selected Mrs. : „ C0| . cnlon ,; Bill n. Godwin to attend as matron "' ." <- UL ™t>"i of honor. Miss Ann Robinson will to ue pertorm- serve as bridesmaid. C(l Aug. 28 at Gall Zimmerman of Racine. WIs.. f; r j n j. | cv ' s will be best man. Dan Atkins will .-,, , • " serve as usher. Cha " cl »<• ^Miss Whitley Is a graduate of panto. Blytheville High School where she was a participant in extra curricular activities. She was valedictorian of her 1947 graduating class and was president of the National Honor Society. She was vice president of the Beta Club, a member of Quill anrt Scroll and during her senior year was winner of the DAR Good C 1 " zenship Award. The bride elect Is a senior Ouachita College, Arkadelphi where she was recently elected "Who's Who In American Colleg and universities" and Is a mcmbc of the Life Service Band and Biolo gy Club. The Rev. Mr. Bes'ancon was grad uated from Stryker High Schoc and is a graduate of Vhcaton Col lege. Chicago. He attended pnachlt College where he was a minister^ student. He Is a veteran of two year service with (he infantry, elghtee months of which was overseas. Following their marriage the cou pie will enter Baylor University Waco. Tex., where the bride wii complete her senior work and wil begin graduate work. The Rev. Mr Besancon will do work In the grad uate school. • * • Julia Swink !s Married In Tennessee Ceremony (ARK.) COURIER NEW* Coming Events Social Calendar entertains Mrs. Worth Holder Tri-Town club. Wednesday High Two Club plays at the home of Mrs. Forrest Moore. Eight!' *" °' Allc " "° sl<;bs to Cliib Thursday Phebeaii Sunday School class of the First Baptist Church his monthly business ai ,,i .social meet- lug at the Church at 7-30 Oeteue Oh," 18 ' ' WSC h ° SlCSS to Kibitzer Club plays at the home ol Mrs. Rube Carson. ^ BM Fall Fashion Preview To Be Given MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1950 A glimpse at what the smart, hjgh school and college set will b« wear ing this fall as they answer, the cal to school bells over the nation, wl l>e given Wednesday afternoon a the Miss Whitsitt's Shop. The showing of the newest fai fashions made to answer the ques tions, "What to Wear, How To Wea U, and Where To Wear It" is sched uled to I at 4 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Cecil Swink of Blytheville today announced the marriage ot their daughter. Miss Julia Ashford Swink, to Lunsford Culver Brantley, Jr., of Springfield, Tenn. Mr. Brantley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Brantley of Springfield. The marriage was performed Aug. 18 at the home ol the Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Davis, immediately following the groom graduation from Union University, Jackson. Tenn. • Immediate members of the families of the couple attended the ceremony. For her marriage the bride selected a white tropical suit completed with black velvet accessories. She wore a single white orchid. Upon their return from a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Brantley will be »t home in W6 Boron Street, Springfield. Mrs. Fendler Hostess At Pre-Nuptial Affair Mrs. A. Fendler of Manila entertained with a dinner Thursday at Bits of News Linda Lou Culium Is undcreo treatment and observation ,? Mrs. Charles McDaniel icft v (erday for Evanston, III,, where " Hiirold Hand, formcrlv of Wash- tllbbh'ficld arc former t Harding College, S Miss roommates! I Mr. and Mrs. E ;of Blytheville alul s „. „ .i- tu ., uon , lM ' B , ncke l | of Senalobia. Miss ttmdant. tL i'"<"> have returned fro,,, No w Orleans Dr. and Mrs. H. A . Tay , ]ml , e ! a " d l " e Gulf Coast where they va- eturned from Te.vnrkana where ™ t \ m . ml ^ « week. Mrs. urfcfecH Is iey spent two weeks as guests of " f " of M "' Trcadway. ^-., .. eu ™ s ° l . Msar Shore of Kernsvil). weekend where they went' espcc- ally to attend the birthday celebration of Mrs. Emma RobcVts Eighty-eight, relatives SI jcnt, , he ' weekend in ountown to -attend Miss"'/ranees' B w *" " usbaild5 «'«' returned from McAllen, Tex.."where they spent two weeks Miss Marilyn Decn left Saturday for Chicago, ill., wllcre . sh " ^ spend two weeks as guest of her family.' ""• J " Ck M " C " CJI ' «" d Mrs.. Eunice Young j s spendlne tl»s «ek In Chicago, III. She "pint last week i,, Newborn, Tenn as euest of her mother. Dr. F. L. Husbands left day for Chattanooga, Tenn „„ n trip. EiilivSmlth Is .spending t,,- 0 «. ccks In Jackson, Miss., as guest of her juml Mrs. Russell King and family .She left yesterday. Mrs. Cleo Langston has returned from a visit |,i j ac k son Meridian ami De Kalk, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and sons Alan and Jerry, are visit! g In Premiss. Ml5s ., aa (s '»* Mr. Berry's mother, Mrs. p w Berry and family. Mr and 'MM f"?,* 1 . 11 retur " <° Blytheville in several days. Alan and jerry will remain for 'a longer visit Mr. and Mrs, Harold Wood had as their weekend guests Mr. and as guests of Mr. and Mrs.' A . , Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. John dc°5 " Blythcvlllc ' and Mrs. O. P. Barber and son, lommy, of will arrive today for several visit with Mr.,. Barber's Mrs. a. w. Dillahunty. Mr. and Mrs. E. a. Dickinson will ictiirn tomorrow from Hot Sprines Lawrence. Kans., mother. r Stone and son. Ronald, of For- main for a visit with George Pol- rents >ring.s. Miss Virginia Bowcn of Cardwdi, Mr, and Mrs. Paul iversity In Choate and TOT'S DRESS Z-4 yti ^-V r By Sue Burnett Here Is n darlin:; little frock tui girls of two to six cut on easy to se<v lines. A tiny collar'and bib arc in a crisp contrast, a narrow belt tied saudly \-\ back Pattern No. 8G34 is a seiv-ritc perforated pattern in sizes 1, 3 \ 5 »nd 6 years. Size 3, J-K yards 'of 30-inch; * s yard contrast. For this pattern, send 25 cents. In COINS, your name, address si/c desired, and the PA1TERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, Heady for yon now—the i». w p,ii «nd WiuU-r Issue of I-MKIIioN 48 Panes ot ..maii , lew si y i es .; 1)( , ti .,i '''S"™"'*. failures, free pattern pi luted insKlc. Send 25 ccnlj uitlay for your copy. . wen o ard well , , ' e an o., was the weekend B uost of her di> "S" lcr . Paula, of HIckrran. Ky., • ..... Q i.u v wl ll(.r- j , ' ' »"-«-"..MlII, tVV., 'rents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bo w l?>- 'V' a " d Mrs ' ""'"<»> Choate i and sister, Evelyn. ^OT^wiiujo, Ky., were the weekend Billy Wayne McFarltmrt and Dun ?!'"'* ° f Mrs ' M - J - Srite and • Gentry left today to| . e ™ „" M '« Jessie Srite. versity of Arkansas Fnycltcvlllv i G ' TI>om lKoii. Jr., who has S^r" 1 " * 5 "'" m * '"' ' »« S Mllmt lv M sn»"?"H Mr5 -™ >y Long nud tam l,n u' ! C WCeke " d '" Memphis James Peterson. Billy j oyl , cr ' Don e ewon. Jacfc , ™ .ee,, guests of Mr. and Mrs Walter Rustic Inn in honor of Mi=s Rrucv-a Wcliol of Osceola, who will b»'mar- ried Aug, 27. •- • Kennedy General Hospital. Memphis for two weeks spent the weekend here as guest of Airs. Thompson and family Mr Thompson was accompanied to Bly- Iheville by nn aunt, Mrs LC S IJ C Williams, of Memphis. Miss Mabel Hogau and jure W L Hughes left yesterday on a vacation through the Ozark Mountains and Norfork Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Burks Barker returned yesterday from a vacation through points of interest in Florida and Alabama, while in Mobile they visited Bellin s ,-.., t h Gardens Mr. and Mrs. Mark Anderson announce the birth of a son, Mark Lafayette, Jr., Saturday morning at M 5 " osplt111 - " e Is their second child. They have a daughter Jean Mrs. Cecil Earls and daughter, Joan and son, Jimmy, returned last ' A pep meeting for the students U start the school year off Is planner with yells to be directed by Blythe vllle l|igh School cheer leaders.. Tall goal |H)sls bearing the traditional school colors, maroon and while, will flank the long runwa down which the models will walk The BlythevilJr High School Baiid majorettes will present several dancing numbers. A precise school marm. to be- pro. traycd by Miss Joann Campbell, wll conduct ihe classes. Seating arrangements for 250 hi»h school and college fashion consclou students is being arranged. Door prizes for the students will i given. A special feature for the "haid to fit" junior will be highlighted Models to appear In the showing will be Maureen Norris, Catherine Martin, Barbara Van Hooscr Elizabeth Van Hooser, Vivian Taylor Arden Ferguson, Hue Crafton Vivian Palter/son, ciiaricy Ruth Blankenship of Dell. Nancy Driver of Os- Oeola. Mary Frances Galncs Martha Dell Dixon, Shirley Barksdale Mary Jo Eaton. Annella Humphreys' Louise .SvUlivan. Betty Nell Tomlin- At The Hospitals Hlyfheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Pat Raspberry. City John Hall. Armorel. Jimmy Neal. Cooler. Mrs. Louis Hubener and City. Walls Jlospilal Dismissed: Mrs. Mildred Dickey, city Beverly Fiillerton. Portageville Mrs. Elvis Rcbinson. steelc. Mrs. E. D. Brasher. Bragg city Norms Sue Smith. Steele. baby. Easy Way to Fall SAN PEDRO, Calif. — </P)_ Pred Ferrell was strolling along a cliff- top at the edge of Ft. Permin Park which faces the Pacific Ocean He' slipped on n round stone and pliinz- ed over the sheer 150-foot drop headed for water-washed, Jogged rocks below. He lit In water two feet deep between boulders. A life guard pulled him out. At the receiving hospital doctors found only two small head cuts. They sent, him home— to get out of those wet clothes. otograph transmission ay w | re fust was attempted through the use of a system of codes, when son, Doris Bean, Doris fltone E mt . dale Swearengen, Barbara Oennlng Ann Bright, Mona Joy Gaines and Jeanne Campbell. Shoes worn by the models will be furnished by the Family Shoe Store. Laura Lou Pope Becomes Bride of Freddie Banister Miss Laura Lou Pope became the bride of Freddie Bynis Banister in a ceremony iwrformed Thursday at 4 p.m. at the First Christian Church in Osceola. The bride is the (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Edward Pope of Osceola, the groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Banister also of Osceola. The Rev. L. R. still officiated before a large group of friends and relatives of the couple. Southern sinilax formed the background for the wedding scene Baskets of white gladoli and wrought iron tapers studded the smllax setting. Mrs. Donald werlz. organist, and Miss Wanda pope, vocalist, p re - iented a musical program preceding :he ceremony. Miss Carolyn Banister, sister of he groom, and Miss Pope, cousin of the bride, lighted the tapers. Each wore a bouffant skirt gown if marquisette. Miss Banister was [tressed in pale blue, Miss Pope hose canary yellow. Each wore )ink asters in her hair. Attending her sister as maid of lonor was Miss Catherine pope. She chose a gown of pink mar- uisctte poised over pink satin. Her ress was designed with a low neck- ine with covered buttons extend- ig down the closely fitted bodice. 'erlod hoops were worn beneath he full skirt. Her sash of pink atin tied in a large back bow. She carried pink asters set in wirls of pink maline lied in treamers of pink satin. The entire rrangement was set in a colonial holder. Rita Ann Brown daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Brown of West Memphis, preceded the bride to the altar as flower girl. She was dressed in a yellow organdy frock with which she wore a tiny bonnet fashioned from matching Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Byrus ' Banister ., ..».„ null i; 111! IK organdy. She carried a miniature basket filled with dainty white blossoms. Dressed in her wedding gown of silk lace worn over white satin the bride was escorted to the altar by her father, who gave her in marriage. Her ankle length gown had a low neckline gathered to a yoke of misty netting. The fitted bodice extended into » full skirt. Her shoulder length veil or illusion fell from a bonnet of net on which was arranged clusters of tiny orange blossoms. Matching lace mitts completed her costume. Gardenias, and tuberoses surrounded the single purple-throated orchid. which topped the colonial and bouquet. Satin streamers In which were tied tuberoses fell' away from the design. Her only ornament was an antique necklace belonging to her maternal grandmother. Tommy Banister served his brother as best mnn. Jnck Sartain Billy Levinstein, Billy Shclton and Jimmy Hart attended as ushers. Mrs. pope wore for her riaaehter's marriage an afternoon dress of green crepe. She chose palamino accessories and was presented a brown orchid. Mother of the groom. Mrs. Banister, selected a grey crepe frock with which she wore black accessories. She wore a single purple orchid. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Banister left on a weddin" trip after which they will be at home in Osceola. For travelin" Mrs Banister donned a dress of Navy sheer with which she wore matching accessories allci the orchid from her bridal bouquet. .. . O u t-o f-town . guests attended from Kennelt, Memphis, union City Listen to KLCN *t 18:10 «.m. and 4:00 p.m. l> ai)j , or our pro . Kram announcements. 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You'll find dicm all in our new fall collection of Life Strides . .. chosen especially because they're fashion-right and budget priced. SONS i SH O E S I Good Shoes & Hosiery . DELMER OAVE Mclro News & Cartoon Tuesday *; Wednesday Selccterl Short Subjects SI i I

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