The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 23, 1950
Page 2
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f ?AGB TWO BLYTHEVII.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS •ATURDAT, SEPTEMBER 18, Jan* She!ton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Barbara Child Becomes Bride of Edwin Louis Bach Miss Barbara Child exchanged marriage vows at 9 a.m. this morning with Edwin Louis Bach of Evanston, III., in a nuptial mass celebrated at the Immaculate Conception Church. The Rev. Fr^d Bach of Evanston, 111., brother of the groom, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Dr. Fred Rutledge Child and the late Mrs. Child of Blytheville. Mr. Bach is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bach of Chicago. TUe bride's aisle, Illuminated on each side vlth gleaming candles tied in satin bows and entwined with a-sters set in huckleberry, led to the satin laid prie dieii set before the altar, where the vows were ex:hanged. Silver vases filled with white gladioli were arranged on the altar. Branched candelabra holding seven lighted white tapers were set at either side of the altar. Placed immediately behind the communion rail were tall floor baskets of gladioli, with wrought iron candelabra holding burning tapers standing directly behind. A cascading spray of whit* gladioli Tinished in white satin adorned the prie dleu. Loops of nylon roping, ending in flowing silk tassels, raited the aisle down which the wedding party walked. Puffs of white satin marked the family pews. Satin bows completed each of the candelabra and floral designs. Miss Carolyn Child, organist, Miss .Rosemary Child, violinist and Dr. Fred Child, vocalist, presented the nuptial music'program. Included in the selections were "Panls Angel- Icus 1 ' by Pranck and "Mother at Your Feet Is Kneeling." sung by Dr. Child. Miss Carolyn Child wore - Bystreet length dress fashioned of • h'rimp crepe. Miss Rosemary Child selected a tailored brown suit. Both wore blending accessories and pinned gardenias at their shoulder. Slater I> Attendant Cl«d in » ballerina length gown of cerise taffeta was Miss Marguerite Child, who preceded her sister to the altar M m«ld of honor. Her boviffant skirt was overlaid In wispy cerise netting. She wore matching ballerina slippers. A bandeau of Identical taffeta was worn in her hair. In palest pink was the colonial bouquet which she carried. Roses, carnations, and tuberoses were combined to form the rounded design. Streamers In narrow matching satin flowed away, falling Into knee- length streamers. The bride, who was escorted to the altar by her father, wore an original wedding gown designed by Madam Emily, fashioned (roin antique slipper satin. The quaint bod- Ice was closed down the center back with miniature satin covered buttons. Imported French heirloom lace edged in deep scallops, completed the decollete yoke of transparent silk marquisette.'The fitted midriff developed Into a narrow front gored «klrt panel. Joining the full circular sSclrt, which continued Into voluminous folds, extending Into the very long train. Her full length veil, finger tip cape and face veil of misty bridal Illusion, fell from a Lily Dache hat of tufted illusion, held secure nt either side of the heart with cl«s- ters of dainty valley lily. The bride carried her Prayer Book, which was wrapped In satin and mounted with a single pure whit* orchid set In swirh of ma- line. Tiny streamers. In which were entwined valley lily, flowed away from the orchid. Joe Brownersky of Chicago attended Mr. Bach as best man. Dr. J. E. Beasley and Dr. W. T. painwaler ol Blytheville served as ushers. Country Club Reception Dr. Child entertained with a reception for members of the wedding j -party, families of the couple and] Immediate friends, at the Count rv Club following thr. exchange of. vows. lu compliment to the color of the gown worn by the maid pf honnr were the decorations which were, i highlighted in the reception and entertaining rooms of the club. White stock In a gleaming silver bowl centered the bride's t-vblc Ime.-sperscd nith the while blossoms were cerise lacelon heart shapes, while maline hearts of an Identical shade encircled the base of the vase. At one end of the table rested the tiered wedding cake which was completely garlanded in loops oJ greenery. At the other end was the culglass ounch howl. Silver vases filled with white gladioli topped the mantel o! the entertaining room. Mrs. Berry Allen and Miss Sara Child, sisters of the bride, served —Courier News Pholo MR. AND MRS. EDWIN I.OUIS BACH Bits of News Mrs. Langston Guest With Friday Club Mrs. Charles C. Lnrigston .was a guest yesterday with members of the Friday Club when Mrs. O. O. Poetz was hostess for the first meeting of the fnll season following a three month cllsbandment. Bouquets of mixed blossoms decorated the room In which the group was seated nt small tables for the afternoon of bridge. Mrs. Russell C. Farr won high score in the games with second high being won by Mrs. Poets. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Poetz. Comina Events Social Calendar Monday Mrs. Doyle Shumate hostess to Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club. GEO Club entertained by Mrs. Harold Davis. Lake Street WSCS meets at the church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Odd Fellows Lodge 200 F No. 18 meets nt 8 p.m. Junior High School PTA has meeting. Executive Board meets at 2:30 p.m. General meeting at 3 p.m. Social hour will follow. Mrs. Newton Whitls hostess Tri-Town Club. to the party foods and punch to tht guests. They each were presented arrangements of gardenias. Later in the day, Mr. Bach and his bride left on a northern wedding trip after which they will bo at home in their newly completed home In Hammond. Ind. For travel- Ing, Mrs. Bach changed to n beige and brown faintly "striped tailored suit, which she wore with brown accessories. Her hat of striking bit- terswecl completed her fall ensemble. The orchlrt from her wedding bouquet was pinned nt her shoulder Out-of-town guests Included. Mrs. Rowena C. Mason of KnoxvTlle, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Antrobns of Memphis, Mrs. Ruby Hamm of Memphis. Mrs, M. j. kolb of Hammond, ind.. Miss Irene Kalr. Mrs. Steven Blahut. Mrs. Frnnk Bclacek. and Mrs. Joseph Hlubocky, all of Chicago. Guest Speaker Addresses Club "Motor Manners" was the topic di.vcu.wtd by Mrs. Bess Proctor of Memphis, field representative of the Arkansas Safety Council, yesterday at the monthly meeting of the Woman's Club. Mrs. Kendall Berry, president. conducted the meeting which was highlighted with the program, "Safety and Education," In the business session, O'Neal Redman and Murray Smart reported on the Egyptian Music Camp conducted this summer at DeQuoin, 111., which they attended a-s guests of the Blytheville Woman's Club. Barbara Van Hooser, Margery Hale and Barbara Sallba. discussed Girls' State which they attended at Little Rock M delegates sponsored by the Woman's Club. Plans were made by the group for an entertainment in compliment to - faculty members of the BlylHevilie system, on Oct. 3. Mrs. bi-vG.- Powlston and Donald Mlchle of steele, presented several piano duets lo conclude the meeting. Mrs. John Edrlngton of Osceola, welfare chairman for the Federated Woman's Club, was a special guest. B. F. Gay, Jr., and family of Memphis arrived today to be the weekend guests, ot Mrs. B. P. Gay. Mayor and Mrs. Doyle Henderson and son, Charles, will leave tomorrow for Nashville, Tenn.. where Charles will be enrolled at Vanderbilt University. Mayor and Mrs. Henderson will remain for a several days visit. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow have returned from Little Rock where they spend two days. While there Mr. Partlow was a delegate to the Democratic Convention held at Hotel Marlon. They were the guests of J. H. Cralne of Wilson at a dinner party given in honor of Gov. and Mr.s. Sid McMath. Mrs. Partlow was a guest of Mrs. R. B. Stout and daughter. Mary, formerly of Blytheville, while in Little Rock. Irn T. Via of Jackson, Miss., was the Friday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison and family. He came especially to accompany his father, J. D. Via, who had been his houseguest for five weeks. Mr. Via will remain in Blytheville lo make his home with his daughter. Mrs. Allison. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Eubanks and Mr. and Mrs. E3«nny Wilson were In Memphis last nicht to attend the O!e Miss, Memphis Slate football game. Among the Blvthevllle people In Poplar Bluff last night, for the Blytheville-Popltr Bluff football game were, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Jr.. pat Partlow and Jiminie Lee Moore, Sandra Long. Billie Marie Harriett, Joy Shelton. Kay Smith. Elizabeth Lutes and W. T. Barnett. Van Hays, Dr. and Mrs. Newell Jerome and Joe Alexander, left last night for fort Worth, Tex..~ where they will attend the national chinchilla convention. They will return to Blytheville Monday. Dr. Jack Webb and Dr. Charles Craig are spending the weekend in Llllte Rock. Miss Annette Whistle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Whistle, who is a freshman at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Tex., has pledged Delta Gamma social soror- ty. It was announced today. Mr, and Mrs. Crenkrnore Wright and family of Burnsville. Miss., lave arrived to be with Mrs. J. W. Wright who Is 111. Mr. and. Mrs. T. H. Caraway. Mr. Mavis Set-tlemlre and Frank Harshman are In Little Rock today where they are attending the University of Arkansas, Oklahoma A inrt M. football game. Sue Stanfield. daughter of Mr. <ind Mrs. Otho Stanfield, underwent an appendectomy yesterday afternoon at Walls Hospital. Her condition is satisfactory. W. E. Ivy has returned to his :lome In Evansvllle. Ind.. after hnv- Ing been the guests of Mrs. J. L Lewis and C. H. whistle and family for several d#.'s. Miss Mary Van Sneed and her, Billy Whitehead, both of Memphis arrived yesterday to be the weekend guests of Mrs. Sneed's mother, Mrs. Ethel Sliced. Mr. and Mr.s. Sam Landrum left this afternoon for Memphis where they will be the weekend guests of Mrs. Landrum's sister, Mrs. Dick Mills, Mr. Mills and son, Benny. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bryant of At The Hospitals Bljtheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. S. A. Morris. Luxora. Mrs. Paul Lawrence, city. Carolyn Wilson, Steele. Mrs. Martin Pankey, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. P. Baker, city. G. J. Burris, city. Kenneth SkeHon, Braggadocio Missouri. Gary Jumper, Burdotte. Mrs. T. Porsythc. Luxora. Jnmcs Marvin Kelly, Burdette. Problem hair can be conquered by extra fare and .1 hopeful air . Fine, Ihin liair (upper lefl) i s cut short and kept curled lo prevent its stringing down; coarse, Inisliy hair (lower lefl) is made man- aceable by nil Irealments and proper nil; a cowlick (lower right) i.s rrmle lo lie flat by swerving Ihe par I arnimil i(. To eliminate split ends, model (right) gives Jieiself a blunt cut, holding the scissors straight PS she snips. ' Osceola PTA's Have Joint Initial Meeting • OSCEOLA. Sept. 23 — Two hundred and twenty-five members of the Osceola Parents Teachers Association met Thursday night at the high school for a Joint meeting of the high school and elementary associations for the initial meeting of the 1950-51 year. Mr.s. J. E. Simmons, president of the high school association and Mrs. Louts George, president of the elementary sroup, presided, officers. named lo serve with Mrs. Simmons include Dan Reid, vice president; Mrs. E. P. Bradley, secretary; and Mrs. J. E. Shaneyfelt. treasurer. Serving with Mrs. George will be Mrs. P. D Johnson as vice president Mrs. Harry Mat.ock, secretary, ami Mrs. J. L, Glascoe, treasurer, t During the buslnc5S session, reports were given from elia.rmrn of trie membership committee, with Mrs. Joe Applebaum reporting for the elementary group, Mrs. John Lowe for the tiifch school. Mr.s. Guy Robbins reported on the magazine committee and Mrs. U. W, Mulltns on the magazine committee for the etement-ary group. Mrs, R. C. Bryan gave the invocation follou-ed -by the president's message, which was read by C. W. Watson. Superintendent Sanders introduced the faculty members. First prize in the room count was presented the kindergarten, with second place being won by first grade. The seniors won top honors in high school and the juniors, second high for having the most mothers and fathers in Attendance. Mrs. Harold OhlentJorf presided over the refreshment table Cor the 5 ICTURE PRETTY Memphis were the Friday giiRstfi j snc[al hour Allowing the atljaurn- • F nient. A lace cloth overlaid the table which was centered with n crystal bowl filled with early fall Towers in vivid shades. The remainder of the evening was spent in square dancing. of Mrs. Bryant's parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Shclton. Mr.s. Billy King returned yesterday from Poplar Bluff where she had been spending severnl days y. T ith her mother, Mrs. A. H. Harris, who Is ill In a hospital there. Mrs. Ron-enn C. Mason of Knox- vllle. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Antrobns of Memphis. Mr.s. Ruby Hamni of Memphis, Mrs. M. J. Kolb of Hammond, Ind., Miss Irene Kair of Chicago, Mrs. Steven Blahut, of Chicago, Mrs. Frank Belecek and Mrs. Joseph Hlubocky of Chicago, arrived ye~terclay to be the guests ot Or, Fred Child and family. They An attraction at Morristown (N. J.) National Historical Park is the Ford House, where George Wash- inRton lived the winter of mn-'flO. came especially for the marriage ot Memphis. Miss Barbara Child and Edwin Condition of the University of the South. 3e- wanee, Term. Mrs. Leonard Johnson and Mrs. G. E. Graves are spending today In n( Mrs. Earl Wilson, Louis Bach which was performed | who underwent mnjor surgery yes- thls morning nt the Immaculate lerday morning at the Walls Hospital, is reported as satisfactory. Mr.s. Floyd Fleming of Covington. Conception Chnrch. J. Stanley Grej-lcy of qlylhevjlle, began cln&sefi today as a first year 1 Tenn., i- the hou-seguest of Mr. and .student, al the School of Theology' Mrs. J. W. Gay. Sixteen Attend H. D, Meeting Mrs. Prank Fitzgerald and Mn Louis Ball were hostesses yesterday afternoon to 16 members, OIH new member and one guest o the Promised Land Home Demon slration Club at the Fitzgerali home. Mrs. James McGoy was the club's new member, Mrs. C. Garnei attended as a guest. President, Mrs. Otis Jarret. con ducted the meeting which she. op ened with a scripture reading, Mrs. Marcus Games led the groun in prayer followed by roll call «-hich each member answered by telling ways to retain A child's confidence. Eye opener for the meeting was a now room which had been ndtied to the Fitzgerald home. The meeting was closed with joint re|>cati]]K of the club collect. A salad course with iced thinks was served by the hostesses to the guests who were seated* In the floral bedecked entertaining rooms, Fall and Winter catalog Is planned to guide you smoothly in sewing smart, wearable fall clothes. Free pattern printed InsMe the book. 25 cents. 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