The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 26, 1950
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PAGE FOUB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COITOTER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 19W Jane Shelton, Society .Editor Phone 4461 Miss Mary Jo Nabers Becomes Bride of Oscar Elliott, Jr.; Vows Are Exchanged in Ceremony in Parent's Home At 4 p.m. yesterday Miss 3Iui-y Jo Nabers, daughter of 35r. and Jlrs. J. L. Nabers exchanged marriage vows with Oscai 1 Thomas Elliott, Jr., son of Mrs. W. II. Scruggs of Blyt'ievillo and Oscar Thomas Elliott, Sr., of Memphis in a ceremony at the bride's parents' home. The Rev. E. C. Brown, jiaslor of the F.rst Baptist Chutch, otliciated at UK double ring ceremony which \VPS faid before a small group ol friends and members of the couple's families. . Thr living room of tlie home was iranslormcrt Into a chapel-like set- tir.g lor the exchange of vou r s with the f-vin window.? being the central point of interest with solal entwined tlv! f.ill length of the \vinrio\vs to fo:"n the background. Floor baskets of pidnis were ammasseri along the wlndo'v outline. The floor ba.ekct'of copious white gladioli uere set in white wicker and tied with puffs of white maline. Stately scven- brnm:ned candelabra holding glrarjing white tapers light the fcene. The aisle flown which the wedding party preceded from tile stairway was narked with white aisle cloth extending into the dining room A program of nuniial music was pre.semteri as the wedding guests assembled with Mrs. A. B. Jaggers, pianist, and Mrs. Worth li. Holder, vocalist. Mrs. Holder's selections included "Because," D'Hardelot, "O Promise Me," Be Koven, and "I Love Thee," Gvcig. Mrs. Holder was gowned in an aJternoon frock of aqua satin em'Dicidered in medallions of black satin with which she wore black accessories. Mrs. Jaggers played for the processional, the "Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin," Wagner. She chose a frock, of grey crepe with emphasized^ tycks along the skirt. She wore black accessories. Each pinned an arrangement of white carnations set in white lace holders encircled in mal- ine ut her shoulder. Preceding the ceremony the tapers v.crc lighted by Jack Elliott, brother of the groom. Attendant In Orchid Mrs. Dixon Honored > At Farewell Parly Mrs. F. T. Dixon, who h leaving soon to make her home in Sikcston. Mo., was complimented Tuesday night when 20 neighbors and friend's of Mrs. Dixon's gathered at the J. T. Hipp home Ior a "fare well" parly. Vases of japonLcas and potted plants decorated the rooms In which Ihc guests were seated for (he evening's entertainment. During the evening games were played nfter which e"ts were presented the lionorce. Pic and coffee were served by the hostesses. Mrs. Hipp and Mrs. R. L. Payne, during the evening. Mrs. Old Compliments Luncheon Club, Gucsls Three guests met yesterday with members of the Wednesday Club at Bits of IN LARGER SIZES the home of Mrs. K. old, Jr., for the weekly luncheon-bridge. Guests were Mrs Elton Klrby. Mis. Marvin Robinson and Mrs. Welrton Rainwater. A low bnv.-l holding japonicas centered Ihc dining table at which Mrs. a. D. Hammock was removed yesterday to the home of her son, G. D. Hammock. Jr., and Mrs. Hammock, after having been a patient nt Campbell's clinic in Memphis for ten days following an ac-! cldent in which she suffered a bro^ ken hip. Her condition is satisfactory. Word was received yesterday by Mrs. John clnuse that Mrs. Elmer Hoselton of Falls City, Neb,, formerly of Blytheville suffered a broken hip and shoulder In a Jail Thur&d-.iy at her home in Falls City. She is now a patient at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Hospital in Falls city. Mr. and Mijs. Hoselton made their home in Blythevilte for many, years before moving to Falls City. Mrs. Pearl Hires returned last night from union City, Tenn., after having spent five weeks there as guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. the group were seated for luncheon. In the bridge game Immediately ' this morning from Lindcnwood Col- the Dunn, Mr. Dunn and family Miss Gay Garrigtui arrived home following Mrs. Rainwater won hi' 0 'h and Mrs. W. J. Pollard second high. Club Eight, Guests Meet; Mrs. Scrape Hostess Mrs. C. CJ. Langston won high, Mrs. Paul Jobt! second high and j *'''• Mrs. otto Scrape bridgo veitenliiy I Or. and Mrs. F. Don Smith and " Club! family have moved back into their lege, St. Charles. Mo., to spend the semester holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mis. G. W. Garrigan. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson are spending several days in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee were called lo Cape Girardeau yesterday by the serious illness of Ben Vinyard. Mrs. Vinyard is a sister of 'Woman of Year' To Be Named by Sorority Feb. 20 The "Woman of (he Year," lo bo selected through a Beta Sigma PW sorority project, will be iume'd-Feb. 20, Mr.s. J. N. Smothermqh, chairman of the Oily Council of Beta Sigma I'M, announced today. The woman selected will be presented to leadens of civic service and religious organization at lea in her honor Feb. 26. Mrs. H. W. Wylle, a monger of Hie school board, Delphian president, and active in various other Hg&nizallons, was the Woman of he Year for 1948. The one selected his year will be Ihc fourth to be tamed. Mrs. Glenn o. Ladd, Mrs Gilbert. Hammock, and Mrs. Wylie mve each been named Woman o: the Year, since the project started n 19-S6. Plans ior the selection this year were completed at a meeting :he council Tuesday night at the in the bridge game of Eight when Mrs. Scra|(e war, hostess to the club and two Riie.'-ls. Guests [or the meeting were Mrs. S. C- Owens ami Mrs, mil Younsj. During the afternoon Mrs. Scrape served a dessert course. Airs. McGuire Hostess to Yarbro HD, New Members Three new members of the Yarbro Home Demonstration club met, Tuesday with the group at the recently remorieled home at 1310 Chicka.sawba. while their home was being remodeled they resided at 911 Hcnrn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Brcde moved yesterday to their new home in the Lngan-Wriglit Addition. They formerly resided at the Air Base. Mrs. C. A. Van Dine left Friday for Alton, III., to be with her father \vho is critically Hospital there. Condition of Blytheville business man, who has been .veriouslv ill at Battle Creek in Memorial Crawford Noble, home ot Mrs. Gene McGwire The ! Sanitorium, Buttle Creek. Mich., for 1 the past several months, is greatly —Courier News Photo Mrs. Osrar Thomas KUioll, Jr. dragons. Swirls Preceding the bride down the aisle-dothcd stairway ,to the im" provissd altar was Miss Rosemary Johrx-on who attended the bride as maid of honor and only attendant. She wore an orchid mousselin do so<e period gown with an off-the- shoulaer neck line and a bouffant skirt poised over hoops. The material was caught at intervals to reveal more o! the material along the hem and shoulder lines. A tiny half hat of identical material completed the the Reliability costume. She \vore a strand of choker World peace, pearls. In complement to the period gown WBS her colonial bouquet of pink carnations from which fell knee length streamers of assorted hues ranging from aqua to deepest purpK'. The- bride, who was $iven in mar- 'riage by her father, Mr. Nabers slowly descended the stairway to the Improvised altar for the exchange o! vows. She chose for her wedding dress a gown-of ivory slipper satin in classic design with a veil of illusion. Fullness of the long torso bodire originated at the deep sweetheart neck held by dainty medallions of seed pearls, and the sleeves were full at the shoulder, fitting the 'drill closely from the elbow lo the calla point over the hand. The circular gored skirt joined the narrow princess front panel at the torso developing into numerous folds extending into the train. 'hie double-tiered veil ot imported iU-.ivion was fitted with a pearl pompadour bow in complement to the medallions arranged on the gown. ! Bride Carries Orchid I Her bridal flower was a puiplu throated white orchid set in puffr ol maline. Flowing away from the p.Tangement into knee length strep.-ners were the narrow satin bows entwined with hyacinth blossoms D : lly Bob Elliott served his brother as best man. .Mrs. Nab?rs, mother of the bride. chosa a black crepe frock highlight".! with accents ol Inserted lace, with which she wore black accessories. Mis. Scrugss, mother of the groom, chose a irock of a russet shiri* made along tailored lines. She v ore harmonizing brown accessories. Bo'..l mothers wore purple orchids set in ribbons complementing their Sowiii Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held for the wc-ildmg guests in the entertaining -.oonis of the home. Theme Repeated TJ'.t- bridal theme of white was repealed in the decorations, with a Mlver bowl holding snapdragons arranged among white maline cen- icrin' the buffet. Branched silver c.iiuti- abra in which were set white t.i,>.rs. weic nvrangcd on either end Delphians Discuss ^ [laly and {'ascism Mrs. p. D Foster was program leader at yesterday's meeting of the Chickasawba Chapter of the Delphian Society In Hotel Noble. The subject under discussion was: Italy and Fascism. Assisting Mr.s, Foster with the program were: Mrs. C. W. Garrlgan, Mrs. C, L. McWaters, Mrs. A. E. Teaford and Mrs. John Miles Mll- Jnmes Crafton, • chapter president, conducted the business meeting and it was announced thai the next study session would be held February 8. The subject will be Germany artel the Problems of the Rehabilitation of Europe and Wnite maline in which was placed garlands of fern encircled the base of each cancile. A maderia cloth overlaid'"the bride's tab!e with the tiered wedding cake, which was topped with a miniature bride and groom, placed at one end. Gladioli florettcs garlanded the base of the cake. Arranged on the other end of the table was the crystal punch bowl. C'rjstal candelabra holding white tapers were placed on the extreme end of the. arrangement. Centering the table was a mirrored placiue on which rested a low bow! holding abundantly arranged while snap- mnline intermingled with the tiny flowers. Mrs. Melvin Halscll, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. L. L. Spellings, sister of the bride, presided at. the table. Mrs. Halsell was dressed In a grey cre]je frock on which she Miss Ross, Bride-Elect, Feted Al. Prc-Nuplial Parly "Valentines" were the theme of the bridal party given last night in complement to Miss Lorene Hoss, who will become the bride of James England, SumUiy, Mrs. Don Haley and Miss Evelyn Tomlin.son were hostesses to the guests at the home on Kentucky. Clusters of red berries and greenery were arranged throughout the rooms in complement Lo the Valentine thome. •• v . Complementing the bridal theme were the bride and groom standing under the palms nnri birds of paradise which topped the satin damasked cloth dining table. Refreshments were served the RUPsts preceding the evening's games and contests at the hidiviriunl tables with tiny valentine dolls centering each table. In the bridal games the following were present prizes: Mrs. Vesta Rowcn, Mrs. Gcraldinc Farmer and Frances Jean England. Miss Ross, who was drcssrrl in a Uilorcri green sxut with which .she wore brown nnd white accessories, was presented a corsage of white carnations, a gift of her haslcsses. During the o,vemt\g she \vas also presented a gift in her chosen ciystal pattern from the hostesses. Special guests for the affair were Mrs. W. J, Ross, mother o[ the bride-elect, and Mrs. James England, mother of Mr. England, Each mother was presented n gift corsage of while carnations. new members were Mr.s. Henry Young, Mrs. Roland Howard arid Mr.s. Leroy Henry. The eye opener for the afternoon was the uses a plastic bag which was demonstrated by Mrs. Elzn Wheeler. Mrs. Wnllcr Barnes pave the cte- voSional after which Mrs. McGwire read the duties of each mnmbcr. During the business meeting road side parks and beautificntion of the highway was discussed. The group acrectl lo have a pot- Iliek supper and square dance Saturday night at the Woman's Exhibit building at Walker Piirk. Mrs- Gertrude Holiman, home demonstration agent, presented a demonstration on lamp shades nnd rusjs. Following the dismissal, a social hour w»s held during which games were played with prizes being presented Mrs. Barnes, "Mrs- Punk Willis and Mrs. L. T. Burnhnm. Mrs. McGuire served her guests a sandwich plate. improved. Joht E. Milligan, Ken man apprentice. USN. of Kt. 1. Leachville, recently visited the Fice Territory of Tangiers aboard the attack cargo ship USS Arnob. L, H. Hearn, airman, USN, of BlytheviHe, is currently serving wkh Composite Squadron 21, based at Naval Air Station, San Diego, Calif. By iue Burnetl Tailored tlie way you like it—an attractive tsvo piece frock for the woman of slightly heavier figure with soft gathers on tile shoulders, a neat belt and the always-popular gored skirt. Pattern No. 8462 is a seiv-rite perforated pattern for sizes 34, 3G. 38. 40. 42. 44. 4G. 48, 50 and 52. Size 30, 4!i yartis yf 36-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and tlie PATfERN NUMBER to Sn? Burnett. Courier News 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 1 Illinois. Send 25 cents now for the Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 page; of new styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed inside the book. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Phebean Class of First Baptist meets at 7:30 at Tlieociore Ixigan home. 20th Century Club meets at Lesion Hut. Supper served al 1:30 p.m. followed by -election ot officers. Hosts nnd hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Half. Dr. aiul Mrs. N. O. Jerome, Mr. >.nd Mrs. Coleman Steven* and Mr. and Mrs. A. fl. olsen. Krltlij Mrs. Loyd Wluttaker ent'eilalns Friday Contract. Woman's Club meets at J:30 pjn. at the Club. Mrs. A. A. Hardy entertains CBO Club. call by telling of a favorite hobby, A committee composed of Mrs. Charley Lutes. Mrs. P. S. Parker and Mrs. C. F. Michael were ap- nointed to plan for the roadside park. Mrs. Floyd Davis presented a demonstration of a lamp shade and combination after which Mrs. Holiman presented a lamp shade demonstration. In the social hour of the after- oon Mrs. J. T. Hipp and Mrs. Floyd Davis were presented prizes. Refreshments were served by the losicss for the afternoon. Mrs. Ilarence Davis. home of Mrs. Prances Gamrnill, president of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. ! ,"t^ Representatives of both the Alphil Alpha and Alpha Delta chapter met with council officers to natne the secret judging panel anrl outline dates for the activities . Mrs. Sonithcrmon'ssid the entries would be accepted Feb. 3 through Feb. 18. The selection is made on a basis of entries mailed from Blytheville residents. Anyone may submit & name to be considered. "OW at 40,50,60?" stores everywhere — In at Klrby fi Woods Drug, CATARRH SUFFERERS fiNC CURB FOX MlStRI DVtTOHMM CONGESTION. SUPPLY RUSHED HEREI )M'-1 at ti»t from torlure of nimn tn;nr.~ , and hAy [ever diir to nasal conf * Hi-Hi cnnce.ttinn. Men ntnl women wil Kj.-in't-TI* nn'in hf».Uch«. rlo^gfd nMlTil i!. tV KI.OKOSOI. (raufii)Ti. ut? only I iliwl 4» roll with moncy-t/vk KnarRnlr* I Mrs. Haey Hostess To Lone Oak HD Club \ All members \vcrc present for the meeting of the Lone Oak Honir FiRinon.stiiUiou Club recently \Oicr Mrs. J. O. Huoy wns hostess to the group at her home. The meeting was opened . with the devotionul which was given by Mrs. Gicn Alexander. ' A brief business meeting was conducted by the president. Mrs. Forrest Moore, after v,-hieh Mrs. Gertrude Holimnn, home demonstration agent, presented a demonstration on lamp shades and ni^s- In the socin! hour following, the door prize was presented Mr.s. W. B- Taylor ami the hostess served refreshments. Al Pne Hospitals BIylltevllIc Hospital Dismissed: Phylta Guyinan, City. Drr.zil Burnett, O.sceola. Jfick McKay, City. Walls Ilusfiltal Dismissed: Baby Edward Lee Morgan, Csuu- thfrsvil!e. Mrs. L, M. Cooloy, City. Baby Brenda Christian, Stecle. Mrs, Van Brewer and baby, Air B^e. Mvs. Charles Henley and baby, Mrs, Fulton Ellis and baby, City. Darryl Ma this, Steele. Treat your COUGH MS1DE-OUT! Dogwood HD Club Has Regular Meeting Nineteen members and one guest of the Dogwood Home Demonstration Club met yesterday at the club house for a business meeting. The eye-opener for the afternoon was ft footstool made of oil cans v.'hich was made and demonstrated by Mrs, Clarence Davis. Mrs. Bill Kable, president of ihc group, presided over the meeting during which time plaits \vci'e mtutc for a roadside park near the club house. Each member answered the roll You Can't Find lieltcr WOOD WORK MACHINE WORK Wcldin;, millwork, cabinet build- inp, furniture repair . . . and all similar wurk. Co "icicle satisfaction guaranteed. Try us. Barkstiale Mfg. Co. So. nroatlivay I'hone 2911 jfinnect white carnations. Mrs. spellings chose an afternoon frock of bronze satin accessories. She \vore ,enL of yellow rosebuds. Southern WctMing Trip Immediately following the cere- ,ony, Mr, Elliott and his bride left "i a Southern wedding trip. f\>r avetiug, Mrs, Elliott wore an aqua re.^makers suit with harmonizing n accessories. She pinned her idal orchid at her shoulder. Following their return, Ihc couple ill leave for Russellville. \\herc r. Elliott wil be a student at Ark- i^a.i Tech, Hot Omce Open* 6:45 Bargain Night Even Nl|ht tvxccpt Satnrda; No p;i*sc5 honored on Sunday mt The ROXS All tins week (he March o Dimes Polio Campaign wi have R special collection a the Kit/, and Hoxy Theaters Thursday & Friday .M odi iirui; si ore — Ui>ihcTillo — L! order* titletl. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 0:00 a.m. !*M5 p.m. 4:30 p.m USTKN TO KLCN The war to Ret rid of cmj/h U to ilhlndiif the wiifcd the licMu. 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