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PAGE FOUR BLYTKEVILLE (ARK.) COUK5ER NEWS , JANUARY 27, 1950 oae Jane Shcltxjn, Society Editor ety, r / Phone 4461 Miss Snydcr Is Wed To U. S. Army Major Miss Edith Cook "Drude" Snydcr, daughter of the Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs. Join) Snycier, IK- cnine the bride of Major John Ernest Horton, son of Mr. Leroy V. Horton of Wichita, Kus., nnd the late Mrs. Horton, In a ceremony performed yesterday In the Washington Cathedral, Washington, D. O. The bride Rtid her parents formerly made their home in Btylhe- ville 'when her father was connected New Officers Elected By 20l!i Century Club Jimmy Leo Brooks Is the newly- electt'd {licsicient of the 'JOtli Ccn- turv Glut). The group elected officers at the meeting -which was held preceding the monthly dance at the Legion Hut last night, Hosls and hostesses to the approximately 100 guests and members attending were Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Hale, Mr. and Mrs. A. Tl. OLscn and Dr. Octette Club Feted At James Hill Home A dessert bridge complimented members of the Octette Club when Mrs. James Hilt, Jr., entertaliet the group at her home yestcrdaj for the weekly meeting. Preceding the afternoon game \ dessert Mas served from the dlnln table which was topped with Chin esc figurine vases holding grcei potted plants. The members \verc seated at In dividual tables for the bridge gam with the First Nutionul Bank. She is a niece of Mrs. D. S, Simmons and Mr. Simmons of Dell. Her p.i- ternal grandparents arc Mrs. Jfre II. Snytitr and the Sale Mr. Snyder of Joncsboro. The Rev. Mulcolnl Marshall performed the 5 p. m. services before approximately 1000 guesls. Miss Margaret Truman, daughter of President ami Mrs. Harry S. Truman, attended ilic bride as maid 'of Honor. She wore a gown of forest green . marquisette, over turquoise marquisette and taffeta, made with a sweetheart neckline, three-quarter sleeves and full skirt. She wore turquoise cap of similar design to the bride's and carried a cascade bouquet of blue Iris anil lavender lilacs tied with iris satin ribbon. Trie four bridoMnairis wore gowns that were harmonious with that of the maid of honor. They carried similar bouquets. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, wore a bridal gown made from cream brocade, Elizabethan In style with a high Tudor collar, sculptured into a princess line with matching plain satin • scalloped down the front, forming a border for ft wide court tram. The full length .veil of silk Illusion flowed from a Juliet cap made of Viias strips of- the plain satin. Miss Snydcr's gown was created by the American designer, Louise Brune. Craig Stevens, of Los Angeles served as best man. Mrs. Snyder, mother of the bride, wore a floor length gown of loast colored net over.taffeta with small dotted rosettes of the net. The gown featured a sweetheart neckline with very short sleeves draped from the shoulder. Her hat was made of lullefi accented by glazed ostrich feathers. She carried toast colored gloves with matching gold shoes'and brocade bag. She wore a corsage of green orchids. Immediately following, a reception was held at the Chevy Chase Club. . For traveling the bride wore a pearl gray flannel suit, belted style with pigskin belt. Her accessories were brown. She pinned orchids at her shoulder.- Major and Mrs. Horton will be at home in Washing Ion. Among the Blythcville people attending were Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Lawshe, Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. B. S. Simmons. and Mrs. N. G. Jerome. Tlie Valentine theme was used following in Mrs. Marvin throughout the decorations of the reception and ball rooms. Supper was served from Uie "U" shaped tables wilh the head table being centered with a miniature Ircc amassed wilh red hearts and bows, riaced Ihe length of the long tables were narrow strips of bright red crepe paper topped at Intervals with hearts cut from white lace doilies, Other officers elected by the group were Mrs. W. T, Rainwater, vice- president; Mrs. A. H, Olsen, secretary; and Jack Hale, treasurer. The remainder of tlie evening was spent hi dancing. "People" Program Theme Of Chapter "D" Meeting "People" was Ihe theme -of tlie program presented by Mrs. R. A, Porter to the 13 members of Chapter "D" of the PEG sisterhood which met Wednesday at tlie H. H. Houchins home. Hostesses for the niter- noon were Mrs. C. P. Uambo anil Mrs. Houchms. Preceding'the afternoon program a buffet style luncheon v/as served from the (lining table which was topped .with a bowl of yellow nnd l>iuk i Nunn won high and Mrs, R. C. Rose second high. "Snowman" Iheme of Avalon Club Meeting The snowman thome \vtis empha- sised in tin; decorations for Ihe meeting of the Avalon Bunco Club yesterday when Mrs. Kaymtmii shiun- Mrs. Taylor Entertains Luncheon Club, Guests Two KU«'S mci yesterday wilh members of tlie Thursday Luncheon Club when Mrs, Albert K. Taylor was hostess for the bi-monthly meeting Mrs Rouse Harp und Mrs. Ban Bell wcwrc the group's guest';. A low bowl holding Japonic* blossoms centered (he long larjle at which the group was scaled for the two course luncheon. Immediately following bridge was played with high score solne to Mrs. Williarti H. Pease, i-econd high to Mrs. Wallace Hoke. Thursday Contract Meets; Mrs. Wylie is Hostess Mrs. 11. W. Wyllc was hostess jcs- tcl'chiy to mrMtiijcrs of tlie Th'ir.sci^y Contract. Club lor the weekly Ijridga- Abtintlnnlly nrransrd nittch Intermingled with vlvlrl yellow Jon qiiils cmtered tlie dining table a which the group was seated tor Ih two course luncheon. In Ihe bridge Rame immediate) following, for which the mem'nor were se.itctl at individual tables i the ertertaitiiiiB rooms, Mrs. P. *J Foster won Inch and Mrs. E. R. Ltm cashlrc second high. Immediately following, the group adjourned to the living room for the iitectlng-pvugVEtm which was presided over by the president, Mrs. E. H. Lancashire. Touches o[ Spring v;ere again repeated in the floral decorations with bouquets of yellow chrysanthemums placed in the room. Following Lhft program the group was dismissed. Rook Club, Guesls Meet; Valentine Molif Used lln entertained the club and one guest at her home. Mrs. Buck noush was the club'L only guest. Tiny vari-colored snov;men were used as tallies for the bunco games In which Mrs. Shamlin won high, Mrs. Roush second high and Mrs. Buss Ketthlger bunco. Clusters of namlina berries and polled vhie.s were placed in the room in which the aiternoon was spent. The hostess served a salad plate with punch during the afternoon. Mrs. Crawford Hostess To Double Four Bridge Mrs. Ed li. C'o^ won high and Mrs, A. E. Henry second high In the bridge xiune of the Double Four Bridge Club yesterday when the group met at the home of Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. Potted plants were placed throughout the home. At the conclusion of the gam the hostess served a salad plate. Honeymoon In Florida ' WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 m—The capital's newest No. 1 nun-lywecls, Maj. John Ernest Horton and Dru- cle Suydcr, were honeymoon-bound today, somewhere In Florida. Horton, a White House military aide, and his bride, the daughter of Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs. Snyden left here last night alter a glittering wedding reception. Their exact destination was a secret. Their Jive o'clock wedding was attended by" more than a thousand guests, including President and Mrs. Truman. Also present wore Vice President and Mrs. Hartley, whom the Horloivs succeeded us Washington's No. 1 ncwlyweds. Mr. Truman gave Drticic a ki.ss. Mrs. Truman gasped a little, und kissed Major Horton. Margaret Truman, the President's daughter, was one ol the bridesmaids. She missed the; bride's bouquet. It was caught by a friend who is already engaged. Three guests we're entertained yesterday with members of the Blytheville nook Club when Mrs. G. V. Daws was hostess to the group. Guests for the meeting were Mrs. Dill Pruden. of Charlotte, Mich., houseguest of Dr. nnd Mrs. Russell Wert, Mrs. W. A. Pickard and Mrs. O. O. Elkinsi Jr. / The Valentine motif v/<!s effectively carried out in the decorations of tiie home wilh the. tally pads and other appointments made | in the holiday theme. Potted plants and African violets decorated the rooms in which rook was played. Mrs. O. O. Elkins, Hr. won high. Mrs. FJoy Head seconc high nnd Mrs. Pickard rooko. At the conclusion of the (crime Mrs. Caws served n. dessert course in complement to the Valentine color. Mid-week Club Meets Wilh Mrs. Horner A two course luncheon served Individual tables complimcntc members of the M:d-Week CH who met yesterday with Mrs. W. L Horner for the weekly luncheoi bridge meeting. / Arrangements of sUick adorn the rooms of the home for the o eastern. In the bridge Rtunc Mrs. Atibr Conway won hlirh and Mrs. Ce Shnne second high. Coming Events Social Calendar Frlil.iy Mrs. I.oj'tl WhitlakcT entertains •Iday Contract. Woman's Clllt) niccls at 2:30 p.m. the Club. Sunday Miss Lomie Ross becomes the Ittc of James England in a ccre- ony to he performed at 4:30 I> m. Calvary Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Johnson an- of a son Jan, 24 t Walls Hospital. The baby, who a their second child, lias been lamed Charles Henry. They have nother son, Hobby. Mrs. Jim Burns and Mrs. noh Burns returned Wednesday night rom Paraeould where they were ailed due to the death of Mrs. Jim Burns' mother, Mrs. A. M. Atkins Phey were motored to Paragould by Mrs. Burns' son. Jimmy Burns o. Union city, Tciin. Mr. Hums let for his home yesterday morning. Mrs. M. O. Uorey left yesterday for Fayctte. Miss., to spend reveal weeks as guests of relatives am friends. Mr. and Mrs. C.'A. Cunningham and Msrr. J. Louis Cherry left yes tetday for points In Tennessee fo a weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Cun ntnrjham will visit In Klntssport a guests ol Mrs. CunnlnKhum's sistc Mrs. Cherry will visit her sister who lives in Sewaiiec. Mrs. Cecil Shane and Mrs. P. E. Warren nre spending today and tonight in Memphis. They plan to return to Blythevillc tomorrow. Mrs. A. P. Heinicke will spend Saturday In Memphis whore she will consult a specialist. Mrs. R. A. copeland is still confined to her home on Franklin * WE, THE WOMEN * By Kuth Mlllett. NBA glad WrIUt Somebody Else Must Pay For Wife's Outside 'Jobs' luirsday Robk Meets; Mrs. Schercr Hostess Bouquets of red roses intermingl d with greenery rtecoraled th room In which members of th Thursday Rook Club were scale Mrs. Kirshncr Fetes Thursday Club, Guests The Thursday Club and four guests were complimented yesterday with a luncheon bridge party it the home of Mrs. R. F. Kirsh- icr. Guests for the aUcrnoon '.vere Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, Mrs. Elton Klrby. Mrs. I,. E. Old, Jr.,-and Mrs. W. J Pollard. White pom pom chrysanthmui t < intermingled with bright yellow flowers centered the dining table at which the members and guests were sealed for luncheon. In the bridge game of the utter- noon high score went to Mrs. P.'.ls sell Phillips with Mrs. R. D. HuB'ne winning second high. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Methodist Men" Begun Jy Gosne/I Church Group Men of the Gosnell Methodist hureh mct Wednesday night to orm the "Methodist Men," an or- anl/ation for the promotion of Christian ideals and functions of lie church. Elected were: W. P. Bolin. president; Wilson Bohanlng, secretary iml treasurer; anil Carson Alley, ay representative. This organization which was formerly the Men's Fellowship, is one of the first to be organized In the Jonesboro District. The plans nnd functions for the organization originated In the 1018 National Melh- odist Conference. The group will assist in community projects and will have luncheons and generally work to Increase the fellowship of the church. Their work will be In co-operation with other erouiis of the church. The organization, which v, r ill meet the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, is being encouraged by the Methodist Church ami will iceive the charter in a presenla- on ceremony scheduled to be held about hrce weeks. The Rev. Lee Anderson is pas- of the church. following an illness of several days. Her condition is satisfactory. Mrs. Bill Pruden of Charlotte, Mich., Is visiting here as guests of Dr. and Mrs. Russell Wert. Mrs. Pruden v,ill return to her home In approximately 10 days. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. R.. Lancashire left tod.iv for a visit in Illinois and Ohio. While Illinois they will visit with friends In Oak Park, and In Wellington, Ohio, with Mrs'. Lancashire's sister. Mrs. Harold Wilson, nnd family. They ivill also visit with their sons. Ben and Jim. both of whom are students at Oberlin College, oberlin, O. Mrs. Hines Walters "Dusty" of Caraway. and Ark., spending the week here as guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Ellis, Jr.. and family. Mrs. Walters Ls the former Miss Lafetra May of Blythe- vlllc. J. C. Lowe and W. H. Stovall who lave nnen in St. Louis since \Ved- nes will return today. Mr. Lowe consulted a specialist and Mr. Stoval was there for a visit with his W. H. Stovall, Jr.. and Mrs. Stovall. They will be accompanied home by Mr. Lowe's son, Jimmy, who will be the week-end guests of j his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lowe and By bue Burnett Youthful and charming with a Ilareflarc for figure flattery—a yoke dress that will be suitable the year around- Combining two fabrics simply, it has narrow ruffling for trim, gayly shaped buttons. Pattern No. 85IJO is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20. S'zc 14. 4. yards of 39-inch; 71 yard for yoke and sleeves. For this pattern, send 25 cents. In COINS, yotir name, address, sixc desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Su? Burnett, Courier ftews, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, Illinois. The Spring and Summer FASHION offers many ideas for a smart new wardrobe. Special fabric edition—more American Designer Origin; .als—easy to sew styles—gift pat- cm printed inside. 25 cents. Police Puzzled NEW YORK, Jan. IT. W>- A body found In Queens gave police a new kind of mystery to work on today. The puzzle wasn't so much the death, as the kind of body. The victim, found in a ditch near New York International Air- As long as I can remember wo-t- ncn have been urged to do more and more. They've been shamed and prodded for so long that the woman who admits that she Is so busy being a wife and mother and housekeeper that she hasn't time lo take on a lot of outside activities Is downright shame-laced about It. It seems to me It is high lime somebody started urging women la slow down, to take it easy, and to assure them that il (hey are running a home, looking after children, and being helpmeets and companions to thcl: husbands that Is about as big a load as.they can successfully carry. The trouble is, there are always the women who do .seem to manage ^o much more than a home, husband, and children. They seem to be living proof to the woman who admits she can't go in for a lot of. outside activities without slighting her family's needs that she is just a poor manager. Unseen Side of the I'ictnro But look closely at Mrs. Busy Body's home life—and the picture' isn't always so pretty. ! Usually in one way or another her family pays the price for her outside activities. In one family where Mnma Is loaded down with outside activities her children are turned loose on the neighborhood. In another the reason the housework takes so little time is because it Ls the kind of home that Is never open to children. In still another the family suffers because Mama Ls always in a rush, always short-tempered, forever hurrying and pilsning her family around so that they fit in with all her outside duties. Sometimes it Is moslly Papa who suffers, who gels dragged here and there, as his important wife's unimportant husband. The woman who finds homemak- Ing H full-time Job usually finds it so because she Ls more interested in promoting her family's happiness than in promoting herself. I think she ought lo be encour- ged and congratulated--instead of being told constantly that she should be doing this and doing tha' n addition to her real job. Rcv/Vo/ Meetings Held At No. fight Community The Rev. M. E. WIndham, pastor of the Bunceton, Mo., Federated Church, is conducting a revival meeting at Number Eight commuri-. ity near Cooler, Mo. The revival, which started Wednesday, will no held at 7 p,m. tonight and tomorrow night. It will end with an all-day meeting Sunday. A basket dinner will Jj^ held at noon Sunday. The servicW are open to the public. The Rev. Mr. WIndham Ls a student at the University o( Missouri and will graduate from the Bible College Depaitment In June. Flotation, reduction-roasting »nrl magnetic-separation are processes used to Increase the iron recovery from ore. lamily. Jjmmy is a student at Wash- | port> WM a hugg> btown ^ear. Police l ~ ""' " ' wondered where Ihe animal came ington University. • . . . i i TTui I^OIIUCICU IftlJGIG l.n. <iij.t.»... „.....R. A. Friend, a student nt Unl- h none f thfi cit , a MOS I'ersliy of Arkansas. Fnyetteville. ar- ' - unbeams, Guest Meet it Baptist Church Twelve members and one guest,, Ilss Imogene McGne, of the Sun-1 couple's first child, was borri n the Leon Schercr home yestcr- iay for the weekly mecling. In the rook games Mrs. Orovcr Wren won high .Mrs. H. C, Blankenship w r on second and Mrs. Ku- gcne Brown, rooko. Mrs. Schcrer served R sandwich ate and coffee. Dismissed: Mrs. .Ethel Winchester. City. Harry Marshall, city. Danny Potts, City. Mrs. W- O. Gcurin. Jr.. ana baby City. Mrs. A. W. Roberson, Air Base. J.eanne Anncrson, Oily rived yesterday to spcmi the semester vacation here as guest of his naiTnts. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend. His parents joined him in Tyronza and the three then motored to Memphis to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flowers. Friends in Blythcville have received announcements telling of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Morgan of Hot Springs, for- merlv of Blvthcville. The baby, the Wed- had reported a bear missing. earn Band of the Number Nine inpllst Church met yesterday at lie school for a brief meeting- The program for the after.'icui vas. "The Earth Is The Lord'-,. 1 ' The meeting was opened with Ihe epeating of the watchword ancl jrayer which was led by Miss £,r- \cstine French. The ?roup sang nesday at a Hot Springs hospital. and has been named Victoria Ann. Theodore Spencer, apprentice seaman. USN, of Luxora recently visited the Rock of Gibraltar while serving as a crew member aboard the light cruiser TJSS noanokc. John Edison Parrish, Jr.. of BIy- theville Is presently serving as a construction electrician wilh Nava the Sunbeam ong "I'll Be A Sunbeam" iif'or Construction Battalion Dctachmen vhich Miss McOcc gave the flevo- N'o. 1509 on the island of Kwalalem _ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe ami aau 24 ional which was laken froiri Psaims M. ' . During the program Miss French sht.xved a film of Bible st-q.'ies Miss McOee lead the ~' prayer. cliter are now at home with Mr Roe's daughter. Mrs- Joe Evrart ,ancl Mr. Evrard. They will move to closing j their new home on Hearn as soo as remodeling is completed. Phebeans, Guests Feted With Spaghetti Supper Mrs. Hubert Symcite, Mrs. Horn er Stsrnos, .Mrs, Conrty Eaton, Mrs G rover Wren, unri Mr*. Theodore , Logon entertained inminers and! gue.«t 01 the rhetaciiu Sunday Claw j of tiie First BaptLsb Church tn.st night for the monthly social. The 23 members nnd one Ruc-st, Miss Hnzcl Brainier), mot nt the Logan home for a spaghetti supper and brie! business meeting. Following thfi bullet .sulrd supper a btistm'io f-cs5ton wns roruim't- od by the president, Mrs. Ruby Horner. Mrs. Vesta Rowon gave the devotional. Tlie remainder of ihc evening v;is pprnt informally. ggSgsg-iS£il18^ EVEN IF OTHER MEDICINES FAILED YOU..JUST TRY 666 fOR COLD MISERIES GGG isn proi'f-n, time-tested formula flint's ctitTerent. . . It hns jtivcn real ri'lief to tVir.u*:\mlft of u^'ji*. nml it will do the'same for you. Kvcn if oilier medicines fnilrd, just try GliG. IN LIQUID OR TABLETS 'j»Kt t»SI FltlltF IN BOTH There are extensive deposits o manganese in South Dakota's Mis sonri Valley, but they are in a (orm difficult to rctine. Prices Soar in Shanghai HONG KONG. Jnn. 27. 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