The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 25, 1950
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PAGE FOUR RJ,YTHF,Vn,T.K (AKJU rOTTTUKR NFWH FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1980 Bocieiu, AlewA, Jane Slielton, Society Editor m Phone 44C1 Miss Lendcnnie Is Wee! In Home Ceremony At 6:30 p.m. last night, Miss Joyce Maxme Lcndennle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lendennle of Blytheville, bceamt the bride of Bill Kennedy, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy. The Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of the First. Baptist Church, officiated at the double ring ceremony performed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. SallLs. The altar was composed of clus- ni n r ria g c at tered huckleberry and plurnosis. 15.0,1 nm ',,„„ Placed in front, of the altar «•«•<! , •„,., ' V: „'" two large wicker baskets of while U-HMJ, miss chrysanthemums and gladioli. Puffs Joyce Miixinc of white satin marked each basket. Loiidennie. Mr. Wrought iron candelabra holding , ln( | ji,. s i( cn _ ' ' ' WEI) —Mrs. Bill Kennedy was licfore her . '"-"> "'" m <> their home Blythcvillc. in slender white tapers provided the lighting for tru> affair. Preceding the ceremony, Miss Jimmie Kennedy, sister of ;lvc groom, lighted the tapers. Attending as maid of honor nnd only attendant was Miss Paula Covington. She chose a pink strrrt length dres.s, with which -he wore navy blue accessories. She nhme.'l while carnations and tuberoses at her shoulder. The bride was dressed in a gown ' of soft blue and wore grey doeskin accessories. Her bridal flower wns a single purple orchid set in match-^.. ____________________ ing malEne and fuschia satin, which she pinned at the shoulder of her wedding costume. Mrs. Lenclennie, mother of the bride, was dressed in a green frock worn with black accessories. Mother of the groom, Mrs. Kennedy, selected a blue dress completed with harmonizing accessories. Both were presented white carnation corsages. C. A. Sallis served the groom as best man. Following the ceremony, a reception for the wedding guests was held. A lace cloth overlaid the bride's table which was centered with the tiered wedding cake. A bridal doll couple topped the cake. Completely encircling the base of the cake was adr.Itutn fern topped at intervals with gladioli Ilorcttes and dainty tuberoses. Later In the evening the young rouple left on K southern wedding trip, after which they will make their home in Blytheville. Mrs. Kennedy was graduated from Blytheville High and Is a member of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority. At the time of her marriage she was employed at- Blytheville Motor Co. Mr. Kennedy attended Mississippi schools anci Is a veteran of four years Army service. He is now connected with Woodson-Tenent, Laboratory. Blytheville Hostesses Entertain at Peabody Mrs W. T. Darnell and Mrs. 'eorge M. Lee were hostesses yes- :erday with a luncheon shower at Hotel Peabody in Memphis, In compliment to Miss Mary Tom McGlll'- Jeffrey. Miss McGarrlly Is a niece of Mrs. Barnett's. The three course luncheon for the twelve guests wns served In the main dining room with the long la- jle at which the guests was seated being topped with a cascading design of pastel asters and yellow roses,.set among greenery. Immediately following the luncheon. Miss McGarrity was presented with gifts from the Group. Hie hostesses' gift was silver In her selected pattern. The 1 honoree wore for tile occa- CLASSIC & CHARMING rity of Memphis. Miss will be ninrricci Sept. \ McGarrity to Harvey rs. Wilson Attends Kibitzer Club Meeting Mrs. Denver Wilson was a guest with members of the KlbU'/.er Club for the weekly meeting held ycs- icrday afternoon. Mrs. Rube Carson was hostess to the club ami guest at the Garth CastHo home. Mixed summer flowers provided the floral decorations for the en- tortiunliiE room In which the group .TS seated nt small tables. High score in the bridge game was won by Mrs. Jack ChambHn with Mrs. Harry A. Hahics winning second high and also bridgo. During the afternoon Mrs. Carson served reficshmcnts. Bits of News Mrs. Blakemore Wins High Score In Rook Game Mrs. N. H. Blakemore won high .score, Mrs. W. D. Mayo, second high and Mrs. Talnmdeg Huscy, rooko, yesterday afternoon during the weekly meeting of the Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. Mayo was hostess to the club HI her home. Shaded marigolds and dahlias arranged in low bowls were set about the entertaining room In which the club was seated for the game. Following Ihe games, a dessert course wa-s served by the hostess, Canasta Party Given At C. H. Wallace Home sion an original model of silk completed with black accessories. She was presented a red throated brown orchid from her hostesses. Among the guests was Miss Billlc Marie Harriett or Blytheville who will serve as maid of honor In the wedding ceremony. Miss Whitley, Honoree For Pre-Nuplial Shower As.sorteri gifts were showered up- i Miss Vannye Whitley. bride elect of the Rev. Richard Besancon of Slryker, O.. last evening at the miscellaneous shower given In her hnner in the entertaining rooms of Calvary Baptist church. Hostesses [o the 28 guests who atlendcd the bridal event were Mrs. Lucian Gaincs, Mrs. Jim England. Mrs. Mahel Lunsford, Mrs. L. C. Rollison, Mrs. jack Attnwny and Miss Marie Harnisli. The spacious room held bouquets of vnrl-hucd gladioli and dahlias. Mrs. Bob Colcman presented a musical program during (he affair. The evening was spent In bridal games with prizes being presented Mrs. Edsar Cain and Mrs. Coleman. Gifts for her future home were showered upon Miss Whitley from the group. The bride elect chose a two-piece plnid frock worn with white accessories. Punch anci party foods were served from a long refreshment table which was overlaid in white linen and topped with a bridal doll couple. While tapers burned in can- dleabr.i on either side of the bridal study. Mrs. Cain presided at the punch bowl. Prc-Nuptial Events Continue for Couple Miss Loimie Moore Johnson and her fiance, A. S. Harrison, who arc Af*nn •1M9V1 I ' JC '"» complimented with innn> OuOO 34-48 in events prior to t.ieir September " tnarriaac, were guests of honor at a canasia party given Wednesda> nigiit by Mrs. Ebb Stanley. Sixteen friends of the young cou- . ' Pie were invited to the Spradlcs A superbly fitting slurlwaister. home, which iva» attr.ictivcly dec- thnt is sure to please the woman , orated with va>e> o[ Ijri'Mit colored who demands uncluttered siniplic- ,-o.scs and dahlias Ity. Buttons in threes are used lor j (U the conclusion ol the cvcn- the front closing-try it in a flim-ling's games. Mrs. Spr.irlley served mmg striped fabric. j a d cs scrt course. ,\ aift O f silver Pattern No. 8G33 Is a sew-rite j m their chosen pattern also > Two tables of canasta guests were entertained last night at the C. H. Wallace home on West Main, when Dan Wallace entertained in compliment to Buford Young and his hmiscguesl. Tommy Klllough o! Searcy. Mr. Klllough and Mr. Young are former roommates at Southwestern. Memphis. Mr. Klllough will attend tenderson State this year; Mr. Voung plans to attend North Texas tnte College. -' . The recreation room of the ho'nie n which the evening was spent was lecorated with bowls of mixed gar- len blossoms. Following the games, mixed pars' foods and Iced drinks were served rom Ihe refreshment table which vais topped with a vase filled with gladioli Unassorted hues. The guests:: of honor were p ientcd giflscfrom their host. Miss Louise Wallace of Osce vas an out of lown guest. Six Tables of Gucsls Attend Dessert Bridge Bowls of summer flowers In shades of vidid coral Inter.siier.sed with te blossoms were set about rm entertaining room of the Country !lub yesterday for the dessert bridge given for six tables of guests, rinfither of the scries of events fct- ng Miss Rosemary Johnston. Miss Johnston Is to bo married in September to Jnmes M. Williams, Jr. Hostesses for the bridal party were Misses Vivian Patterson ant Miss Ardcn Ferguson. Coral shaded gladioli set nmong ivhlte periwinkle and dahlias In a By Sue Burnett perforated pattern in sizes 34, 36. 38. .SO, 42, 44, 46 and 43. Size 36, 4"i yards of 39-inch. • For these patterns, send K cents. In COINS, for EACH pattcin ordered, your name, address size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Buprnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago, ill. Send 25 cents today for the new presented to the gut-Ms ot honor from their hostess. Fnll and winter FASHION. This latest issue is filled with news and styles for a smart v,inter wardrobe: interest ing features; free pattern printed inside the book. Tommy Klllough left today for his home In Senrcy after having been the houseguest of Buford Young and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Young. Mr. Killough and Mr. Young were former room- mutes at Southwestern, Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Howcll White spent Wednesday in Memphis. Miss Ann Crook of Houston, Tex.. is the guest of her mother. Mrs. J E. Crook and brother. Hartley Crook and family. Miss Crook was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. M. D Parker also of Houston. Mrs. Crook ami Mr. and Mrs. Barney Crook returned several days ago from Howston where they were the guests ol Vfiss Crook and Mr. and Mrs Charles L. Duck They also vis- led in Dallas as gne.sls of Mrs Charles 11. Johnston. Mrs. M. P. IJrownlee and daugh- ,er. Judy of Sikeston, are visiting icrc as guests of Mrs. Brownlce's nother, Mrs. John O. Bourliind •md also M. F. Brownlee, Sr.,- and !timl!y at Dell. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wallace and son, Dan, are spending today In ^lemphls. Mrs. C. T. Shamlln left this morn- ng for Memphis whore she will spend several days with relatives. Uefore returning home, Mrs. Sham- In will also visit in Fort Smith as juest of her son. George Shamlin ind family. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Potter have returned to their home In Dell from Memphis where they spent several days while Mr. Potter wns a pa- lleijt nt the Baptist Hospital, following a major operation. His condition is reported as satisfnctory. Miss Billle Jane Rogers left last night for Chicago to attend the convention of Sigma Alpha Tota, national music fraternity. Miss Rogers plans to be In Chicago five days ind while there will also be the guests of her cousin, Mrs. Jack Mitchell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ncal Gcurlan have returned from Dardanelle where they were called following the death o( Mrs. Geurlan's grandmother, Mrs. dally. Miss Kmidsen was graduated from Blytheville High School .i'lil M,itMti?ray College, MacMur- ny, 111. Miss Beverly Jones returned yesterday from Daytonna Beach, Fla., where she >i:cd spent ten days as eiicsl of her aunt. Mrs. Irvy Bowers. Mrs. W. T Biirnett and daughter, Hillfc Marie, and Mrs. Cicorge M. Lcc were in Memphis Wednesday night where they attended the MOAT product"'!!. "New Moon." Charles Pritciiaid is undergoing treatment nt Blythevijlc Hospital. His condition b reported as satisfactory. Miss Ruth Salley of Shaw, Miss., ill be the weekend guest of Miss Vivian rattersrni. Salley and Miss Patterson wore classmates (his summer fit Southwestern. Memphis. Raymond Zachry will leave to- nipht for Detroit. Mlrh., where >'e will attend a convention of Tlo Maccabees, fratcrml Insurance society. The convention, which will continue throirah Thursday, will be held al the Hotel Slnller. Mrs ijd TownsciKi will leave to- ninlit for her home in Waco, Tex., after spending several days here as guest of her parents, Mr. and ?,frs. Emil I>-!mon. Mr. and Mrs. Townsend h:ul been making their G. A. Conducts Business Meeting Seven members of th* Number Nine OA met yesterday ifternoon at the church for a business meeting, Oroup singing followed with prayer led by Mrs. E. Rhoades opened the meeting. Ijiirlcen Hatley presented the devotional after which Laverne Hat- Icy directed the mission program. Those participating In the discussion were Shirley nuckner, Betty Northcutt, Lavern Hatley, Mrs. Tom Kelllck. Ann Kellick. Uirleen Hatley, and Gwendolyn Rhoades. Following the program the group worked on (he "Forward Steps" after v/hich Gwendolyn Rhoades discussed the life of the missionary, Robert Moffett. The meeting was closed with prflycr by Gxvendolyn Rhoades. Gosne// School To Close for Fall Vacation Gosncll Schools will close the current summer session next week for fnll vacations, Principal J. E. Harris announced today. Mr. Harris said the fall vacation will last eldit weeks. •'Several teachers," he said, "plan to enter college for professional advancement." Superintendent P. E. Lucius has mado tentative plans to attend Memphis State College for rjriidu- ate study. Mr. Harris will return to the University of Mississippi to complete formal requirements for his home fnr the pus! months Fashion Showing To Be Heid A back-to-school fashion showing of teen agers', misses' and Junior nj styles will be held tomorrow at the Montgomery Ward Store in Blytheville. The showing of fashions for fall will be held from 10 to 12 a.m. and from 2 to 4 p.m. Mode..s to appear will be Jean Louisville, Ky-. where Mr. Townsend was connected with Belknap Hardware. Mr Tou - n*end recently rnccivecl a trnn^fer to Wai:", wture be and Mrs. T"'.vm-<>nfl will n;.ike t! eh- !v=3!ir r.f 7!fl U->ylor En route "omc Mrs. Tnwn.send visited In | siieUon." Pcggy""zMhry; "Barbara Charleston with relatives before j Vlm H uoser. Sue Orsburn and Joan coming tr> lilylhenlle for several 1 \retheney days vi.sit. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Crafton will have as thfir uf-e'tpnci guest George Gill of Little Ruck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Purifoy Gill. Mr. Gill Is Mrs. Crafton's iiuphe-A-. P. C. Mr. Ware, ftnd Mrs, J. Henry Smith Al 'Die- Hosmt-->l s Hlythfvillr Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Doyle Lnnil) and baby. City. Walls Ilos]lilal Dismissed: Mrs. W. D. Godwin and baby, City. Mrs. Hemv Wagoner and baby, Holland. County Singing Is Planned The Pemiscot County Singing Convention will hold its monthly singing at Warden, Mo., Sunday. Special singers will be the Kentuckians. a quartette Singing begins at 1 p.m. Peat moss makes an excellent mulch for the home garden, helping to keep weeds down and to retain moisture in the soil. masters of education degre*. Floyd Irby, mathematics Instructor, also contemplates doing graduate work. Among teachers planning to do work at Arkansas State College on the undergraduate level are Mrs. r. E. Lucius, Mrs. J. E. Harris, Betty Paye Harris, Mrs. Delia Ozee, John Lane, Helty Dodds, Mrs. Lucille Baggelt and Roy Hon. Announcement as to the exact date of re-opening of the school will be made later this fall. Ceramic mosaic tiles, the .small units used widely today for batJi^ room floors, were first manufactu/? ed in I tic United States about a half a century ago. The Swiss stage elaborate fireworks displays on Aug. 1, their In- rtei>endence day. coral shade provided setting for the the striking nave returned to their home Dallas after visiting here as guests of Mr. Smith's mother, Mrs] J. P. Smith and sister. Mrs. Sam Siki'S, and Mr. Sikcs. They also visited in Caruthersville with his sister, Mrs, Prank,-'Willis and family and a brother, Mark Smith and MrsVSmith in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs, Dill Michael are spending a week In Hoonoville, Miss., with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. CutcIIff, and children of Amory, Miss., are visiting In Dell as guests of Mrs. Cut- cliffs father, M. F. Brownlep and faintly. Mr. and Mrs. Cutcliff and family are en route home after vacationing in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Scrape and daughters, Donna Ray and Sara Jo, of Memphis, arc the weekend guests of Mrs. Scrape's parents, Mr. and i Mrs. J. E. Hatedl. Thomas W. Salge, seaman recruit, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Salge of Keiser, has completed recruit training at the U. S. Naval Training Center, San Diego. Calif. Miss Muriel Ann Kmidsen. dauuh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Knndscn of Blytheville. has accepted a position radio station WKBI1, ne. . . .i*viwn >•» mi i mi II J tlUll VV CVJ3H summer Lacrosse. WIs., where she will assist Small tables were placed around the room, with minlalin-c Ijmi vases filled with coral hucd dahlias, topping each table. High score In the bridge uame was won by Mia.s Vivian Taylor, with Miss Lnclln TJarni-r; winning second high and traveling prize. Miss Johnston, who was dressed in a grey suit worn with blending accessories, was presented a gift corsage of white carnations set in loops of coral satin. The hostess' gift was lingerie. Mrs. W. S. Johnston, mother of the sucst ot honor, was n special guest. 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