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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 13, 1950
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVn.I.E (AKK.) COURIER NKWS MONDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1950 Societtt New* Jane Shellon, Society Editoi / Phone 4461 Miss Joyce Damon Is Married To Edward Townsend Jliss Joyce Annette Damon, (latighlorof Mr. and Mrs. Kuril Miillinclirorltt Damon, exchanged niiplifil vows yustei- day with I? d ward Downs Townsend, son of Mrs. Kd- vfird Downs Townsend and (he Into Mi. Townsend ot Charleston, Mo. * The double ring ceremony was read at 2:30 p.m. at tho rust Kaplisl Clitn-ch l>y the Re\ K C Blown. The glow from many white tapers set, in wrovisllt iron candelabra. lighted the chancel rail which wis an awed in huckleberry to jorm a backdrop for the colorful wcdilniR party. Two tiffany fronted floor b J-ts nolciing copiously arranged J, while glidioli Intermingled wiili stcrk and centered,with while satin puffs mukccl the platform wh« e it the \mlclinr Pirty stood, Immediately behind was the huckleberry trimmed chrmcci rail with the central point of interest bcins the liu»o sini^UMt in moement of white call* lillies set in swirls of white satin. Ccmptetms the outline were low white wicker floor urns from which spra\ed out ma-aivc ferns. Clusters ol huckleberry held taut by white satin boys, marked the family pews. The brides atslci .and the entnc platform outlined for the wedding piit\ was co\ered yrtth aisle cloih. Mrs C Murray Smar> presented n program of nuptical music as the guests assembled. Her selections included • To A Wild Rose." McDowell 'Tic Sweetest Story Ever Told." Stults. and "Romance, Tours The Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin Wagner, was played for the on ol the wedding partv-*• processioi. _, — - - ..... Soit strums oS Calm As The Night, Bohm were heard during the exchange of \ows. Mendelssohn's Wedding March was fclnycd during the recessional Mrs. Smart wore a grey suit <Mtn complementing navy blue accessories. Miss -Atkins Sinss Miss Betty Atkins of Memphis presented vocal selections of "I l/>vc Thee' Grieg and. "O Promise Me," De Koven. Miss Atkins chose a grey suit highlighted with pale pink strioes with which she wore harmonizing pink acccsorie Tea-Shower Fetes Miss Belly Wooclson Beginning the whirl of social ovenls planned In compliment - to Miss Betty Woodson, who will become the bride of Robert Mcllancy 1 in a March ceremony, was the Tea- Shower given Saturday afternoon at the J. C. Kills, Sr.. home at Barltcld Hostesses to the 55 euest.s who attended were Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Sr., Mrs. George Barham, Mrs. C. A, Taut and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr. GrecUng the guests as Ihcy eh- ici-cd the bridal.Valcnllne bedecked rooms were Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Jr. Mrs. E. B. Wood.son, mother of the honoree, the guest, of honor, Mrs. .John C. McHaney, mother of Mr. Mel'.aney. Mrs. Tant and Mrs Bar- naul. Hoth mothers pinned arrangements of creamy white gardenias at their shoulders. ML«s Woodson chose for the occasion a forrest green frock made of taffeta which featured a decollete lace yoke. She pinned a corsage of carnations set in slender loojxs to form a heart, ai- der shoulder, a Rift of the hostesses. Placed throughout ihe rooms of '.he plantation home were crystal vases holding gladioli and Jontiuils intermingled with other flowers to add a touch of spring to the scene. Assorted party foods were served during the afternoon from llw tea table which was overlaid with'a crochet lace cloth and centered with a striking design of carnations in red and while. In complement to the Valentine theme. The entire floral arrangement rested on a large sliver heart which was topepd with a crystal cperpne holding groups of crim-on red carnations flanked by burning red tapers. Each taper was encircled with swirls of white ma- line. The |K>int of Ihe heart along the base line was centered 'with a cluster of white carnations. A red arrow picrc.itis the heart comnlct- _ ed the scene. Mrs. Charles Penn ~—i~j presided over the silver son-be with " Mr.s. Joe Evrard and Miss Prances McHaney servim.; tiift individual cakes and party foods to the gue : ts. assisting at the ten table Bits of News M.-. and Mrs. Karl Stabler spent the weekend In Oxford, Miss., as guests of Mrs. Slabler's sister, Mr« Hobert Holt and family. They were accompanied to Oxford by Gary Holt who had spent the past two weeks here as guest of his grandmother, Mrs. M. E. Cook. Mrs. S. Cioff returned yesterday from Lexington. Tenn., where she iiad spent the past two weeks us guest o/ her mother, Mrs, R. C Moore, and mother-in-law, Mrs, E S. Goff. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and son, Jerry returned last night from Memphl where they had been with (riel hrsliand and father, J. Cecil Lowe, who underwent a major operotion at, the Methodist Hnspllal Friday. Mr. Lowe's condition Is satisfactory. While In Memphis they were the gufsts of Mrs. Lowe's aunt. Mrs. Tom McOarriety. Miss Jeannlne McClre of Ark;in- sns State College, Joncsboro. wns the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Schercr. Miss McGee came especially to attend a baiuiuet honoring Stanley representatives with her parents Saturday night at Hotel Peabody In Memphis. Mrs. Mabel Smith, and her father. Frank T. Uyrd are spending today in Mcmnliis. They went especially for Mr. Byrd to consull a specialist Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Jr.. left lodnv for a week or ten days vacation on the Miss. Coast and points of Southern Interests. Mr and Mrs. W. H. Holcomb suent the weekend In Joncsboro as the E'-esls of Mrs. Holcomb's sister and friends. Mrs. W. S. Lancdon Is critically ill in the Baptist Hospital at Memphis following a stroke which she suffeicd last niKht while she and Mr Langdon were visiting their daughter. Mrs. Bvron Bartholomew. Mrs. Lavonne Portlock, Miss Frances Damon. Mrs. Earl Dnmon and Mrs : Stanley Harris served cake and punch" to the guests. A low bowl holding an abundant arrangement, of Jonquils and IriK topped the piano, with yellow tapers, in complement to the colo Nazarene Church To Hold Revival Tile Rev. Gene E. Phillips, district superintendent of the First Church of the Nazarene in Iowa, scheme "[la'nking" the floral ar- will begin a revival tomorrow night 'tt Smart an* M»ss Atkins each wore ei •shoulder^arranscment of Happy bay rcses set in satin. Preceding the ceremony the tapers were lighted by Mrs. Elton Foster cousm of Hie bride and Miss Ehirlej Townsend, staler of the groom. Mrs.'Poster was dre.ised in a navy blue frock trimmed in white pique "and complemented with navy blue accessories. Miss Townsend wore a naw and red printed silk frock with navy accessories Each pinned n cordage ol Wedgewood blue iris at her shoulder. Attending her sister as maid of honor and only attendant wn-s Miss Nancy Damon, who was dressed In a copen blue wool suit with harmonizing black accessories high- lighten with touches of pink. She carried an arm bouquet of Briarcliff roses, each perfect rose set apart with loops of rose satin, which fell away Into a prolusion of stream- 6TS. Entering on the arm of her father. Mr. Damon, to the familiar strains of the Bridal Chorus, wa* the bride who chose a powder blue suit with navy blue accessories. Her suit .which was closed to the hijjl neckline with trailed crystal hut- tons, featured a pencil slim skir and fitted jacket. Her navy Dim riingemcnt. Floor baskets of white gladioli were placed at intervals throu^htiut the cntertainine: rooms. Will Live in Kcnluoky Later In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Townsend left on a wedding trip to Kentucky after which they will be at home at 4438 Southern Parkway, Louisville, Ky. For travel- Ing Ihd bride topped her wedding .suit with a three quarter length coat of the Identical material iMit of her suit. She pinned the rchlds from her bridal bouquet t her shoulder. Out-of-town 1 guests were Mr. nnd Mrs. R. H. Biggadike of Osccoin. >irs. Stanley Karris of Water Valey, Miss., Miss Ruby Sanders of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs Joe f Davis. Miss Estelle Sullivan. Miss iclen Gille.spie. Miss Anna Simon. ;ue Moore all of Memphis. Mrs. Oma Brewer. Mrs. Edna Gwaltney ,ir, nnd Mrs. L. E, Boyce, Mr. and Mrs. \v E. Morris. Mrs Rviby P:itc Mr nnd Mrs. Herbert Morris. Mr ind Mrs. Gordon p. Hill. Miss Am \farle prosper. Mrs. Robert Byrnes Mrs. Lanrn Bambrook. Mrs. John Pro-sser, Mr. and Mrs. cliffovt Vowels, Mr. and Mrs. Al Barnbrnnk: Mr. and Mrs. l.onnle Carter. Mis. Martha Ann Farmer. Mr.s. Byroi Finley. Mike Morris. Alttis Flam brook. Mr, and Mrs Bill Laird, Mr and Mrs. H. S. Chistween. Jerry Finley all of Charleston. Mrs B Blythevillc church. The services will begin each evening at 7:30 p.m. with special singing to be offered. The Rev. Royal G. Schullz Is pnstor of the church, which is lo- ated at the corner of First and camore Sts. A picture show and Valentine arty In connection with the regu- ir meeting of the .Jaycectlcs will ighlight tile meeting to be held Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. at the aycce club Rcoin. Mrs. Carol Marshall, president of he grovip, urged all members to . present. Addle Jones of Frank Parker of Morlcr, Rikcston Mo., an Mrs. Herbert Parker of Annistoi A relicrpal supper compliment members of the. wcddins party an onen crown hat was completely en- ycvcral out of town guesls wrv? give circled in loops of ml.-.ty veiling in a powder blue shade. Carries Orchids She carried for her brida! flowers, an arm bouquet, of Saturday ni^ht by Mr. ami Mr ayceettes Plan Meeting each won hair arrangements of Mr and Mrs. Welch Foster and white-carnations set in greenery. Mrs. Alma smith left Immediately Clusters of greenery and dainty (or Memphis to be with Mrs. Lang- white, flowers flanked bv burning red and white tapers, in complement to f he color scheme highlighted the buffet. During the afternoon tiny white "lombstancs" inscribed with black lettering, "Betty and Bob. Feb. 11" were presented the guests. Miscellaneous gilts were nrc.senl- ed Miss Woodson from a huge red taffeta gift box which was completely encircled In white maline which looped to form a large heart on which was written "Betty and Robert. 1 ' An identical gift box to that presented the honoree was also presented i\lis.s Woodsoti to be presented to Mr. McHancy from the group. Special guesfs were Mrs. Woodson, mo'her of the honoree. and Mrs. McHaney, mother ol Mr. McHancy. I he HOP nils Is Ulyllicvllle l[<iS|>il:i! 3tsinissed: Miss Curtis Pennlngton, city Gary Wallace, city Dorothy Sue Staiffielri, City Ben Harpolc, City Bruce Wayne Taylor, City Mr.s. Bill Flardin and baby. City Mrs. Austin Emory, Kteelc Lottie Tyes. City Walls Dismissed: Mrs. R. M. Ayacock, and baby, Rt. a Mrs. Ruth Davi.s and baby, city Dallas Shay, fit 1 Shelby Shay. Rt. 1 Mrs. Bc.sslc Ullcy. Holland Leonard M. Cockiell, Rt. 2 Joe D. Martin, City Mrs. Tommy German, and baby Rt, 1 , Mrs, W. O. Penny and baby. City A P., LHbourne. 84th Birthday Feted Yesterday The eighlv-fomth birthday of Mr.s. Ella M. Landrum was celebrated yesterday when Mr. and Mrs Walter Waddy and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Landrum were hosts and hostesses with a birlhdav dinner for children and other members i of Mrs. Lanclnnn's family. Those attending the affair which was held at the. Waddy home on Main Street were Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Landrum. Mr. and Mrs. Horace LaudvurtV Charles Landrtim, Jne Landrum, Robb Lnndrum, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frederick Landrum and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. "Francis don. Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Smith are daughters of Mrs. Langtlon's. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Newsom Memnhls were the weekend ,.jests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert While and family. Mr and Mrs. Hobert Carter am' son Harold, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Watts and daughter. Mary Virginia, suent the weekend In Memphis. They went especially to attend the performance of the Shrine Circus at Ellis Auditoriums. Mr and Mrs. Wlliiard H. Pease spent the weekend In Gimnison. Miss., and Memphis as guests of friends and relatives. They were accnmnanicd home from Memohls bv Mrs. R M. Pease, mother of Mr. PeiiFC. who will remain for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Con way left yesterday afternoon for New Orleans, where they plan to spend a week. They will be joined there by Mr. nnd Mrs. John Riggs of Little Rock. Mrs. R. N. Ware returned yesterday (o her home in Tallulah. L,a.. after having been the guest for the past three weeks of Dr. Coming Events Social Calendar Mrs. Hosco crafton and Mrs, T. W. Jetfcrics hostesses to the Gleaners Sunday School Class of the First. Baptist Church for a dinner- party at the Jetferics home at. 1332 Chlckasawba al 7 P'n. Tuesday Mrs. W. P. Brewer hostess to Bi- Monthly Club. TLK Club meets with Mrs, Herman Turner. . Mrs. J. Louis Cherry and Mrs. Ju. O. Usrey hostess to the DAR at Hotel Noble at 1 p.m, Jayccettes party at. Jaycee Club Room at 7:00 p.m. Circle Seven of the First Methodist church meets with Mrs. Harry A. Jlaincs at 1 p.m. High School and Junior High School PTA Study course at High School auditorium at 3 p.m. Mrs. Newton Whltls entertains Trl-Town Club. Tuesday Bridge meets with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. \Vednesdaj The Alpha ncltn Chapter of Beta Si-'ina Phi meets at Hotel Noble at 2'30 Jim- wi" 1 - v!rs - Jirn Smother- nion and Mrs. Dlc-k Watson hostesses. MI--.S t.uelln Barnes at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. •V J. names Rt WO Dougan, with a miscellaneous shower honoring Betty Fester, bride elect of 3al|)b pa I ton at 8 u.m. Mrs. Fred Stcndman entertains High TWO. Tile Burrtoile PTA will have :i Founder's Day Program at School at 2:30 p.m Mrs. Chris P. Tompkliis. Mrs. Jim ro!H|*ins and Mrs. Gcane Teaford entertain^" in compliment to Miss Betty Wondson. bride-elect of Robert McHancy. Armorel HD club meets with Mrs. Alriron Smith. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. George Saliba, Jr. Mrs. Fred McGregor hostess to Avalon Bunco. Blylhcvllle Rook meets with Mrs. Hussein Wen. Octette Clrib ptays bridge at home Mrs. Estelle Volmer of Memphis was a Sunday guest in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cooke. Mr. and Mrs, CooVe returned home Saturday from Fayetteville, where they attended the graduation exercises of their granddaughter, Miss Donna Wunderllch. of Blythevllle. They were accompanied by their daughter, Miss Eva of Luxora. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Olive and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Olive attended the Kentucky-Mississippi basketball game in Memphis Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. W. J, .Layne spent Sunday in Memphis, attending an open house In honor of Mr. Layne' mother, who enjoyed festivities .In commemoration of her 91th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Fied George and family and Mrs. G. A. George are visiting relatives In BirmBinham, left Monday Tacky Party Fetes Seniors The Senior Class of the Armored High Scliool was honored at & tacky party Thursday night by members of the Junior Class. The group spent the evening In games after which prizes for the tackiest costumes were presented Janice DuiUvant and Mary Copns. Sandwich, candles and Iced drinks were served the guests during the evening. The games of the evening wttjL directed by Naomi While and SufiS: sle Hughes, of Mrs. J. C. Ellis.- Mrs. Edgar P. Borum hostess to Thursday Contract Club. H. C. Sims. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. J A. Leech returned Saturday night from New Orleans where they spent several days. Mrs. Jesse Stitt returned yesterday afternoon to her home In Cat- bondale. III., after having spent the past several days here with Mrs Crawford M. Noble. Mr. Stitfmotor- ed down for her. H was announced today by the Methodist Information, Chicago, III. that a charter has been granted by the Methodist Board ol Lay Activities for a new organization of Methodist Men at the Gosnell Methodist Church. There are 13 charter members of the organization with William F. Bolin president of the group. The Rev. Anderson Ala., for two weeks. Mrs. R.C. Bryant for a several weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. R L. Wagamari, and family, of nagcrstown, Md. Sam Meadows. Jr., and L. E. Clark motored to Vickshurg, Miss- Sunday to take delivery on a new outboard motor boat. They were accompanied by Mr. Meadows, Sr. The party returned home Monday. Herbert Lucas and James U Edwards, students at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. were weekend guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bogan motored to Carbondalc, 111., Tuesday to attend funeral services of a relative. Woodrow Fardcecey is spending several days in St. Louis this week ,011 a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. W. E Head and family .spent Sunday in Chafee, Mo., as tire guests of Mrs. J. I. Inman. i\frs. Ora Owens of Grider accompanied the party. Mrs Grover Driver, Mrs. C. P. Crawford. Mrs. Maxine Crawford and Mrs. G. C. Driver. Jr., spent Friday in Memphis, other Memphis visitors during the week included Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tate and Miten cnitwood. Mrs. Murry .Richardson, Mrs. Beonda Gaulden and Mrs. Roy Ouen were co-hostesses Friday night at the home of Mrs. Richardson at a stork honor ol Mrs. John E. Harrison. Fifteen guests were present, enjoying participation In several games. Gists were wheeled in a baby buggy and presented to the honoree. After- wards, the hostess served a dessert course. . , , ' T. A, Moore of New Orleans and Amory, Miss., was the housegucst of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Driver, Jr, for. several days this week. Mr. Moore is a brother of Mrs. Driver Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cooke are spending several clays this week- in Ripley, Tenn., and Memphis, visiting friends 'and relatives. The Luxora Parent-Teachers Association held its monthly meeting In the school cafeteria Wednesday, with 65 members and Riiests present, The program for this meeting, jn honor of national PTA Founder's Day, was in charge of Mr Johnson, who used her th'' the four cornerstones of a child's life. Room attendance prizes were won by the second and eighth gra'des were hostesses for the meeting. Safer Cough Relief When new drugs or old full lo siop your cold don't delay. Safe, dependable Cceotuulsion goes quickly la ih« seat of the trouble to relieve acut* bronchitis or clicsl colds. Creomtilston has stood ihe test oE niorc ihan 30 years and millions of users. II contains safe, proven ingredients, no narcoiigv and is fine for children- Ask V°O? druggist for Crcornulsion and take lit promptly according to directions. CREOMULSION Relieves Cough! • Cheit Colds • BroncKllis IF YOU HAVE Ik CROWING DAUGHTER. Enlil Damon, parents of the brid at their home. The 6:30 p.m, candlelight affa was held in the cutcrtaininK roon orchic's and yellow acacia showered \ which wero decors ted with crvsti with Romr>n hyacinth. 1 ; and yello\v ; bo'.v Is hnklfnt- arrritiypmciits or sal- which a rehearsal was held at the fre^sias The entire arrnnecm'Mll \ nion-hnr-d iilniiloli The builrt styl- First Baptist Church. w?s"neiTl<:d in goMrn s:<tin rib-: eci supper u-as served frcm the Miss Ditmon wore for the oc- b n» which tU'V.ccl nwny intc : table which was tonreri with c-ision a frock fashioned from red . m ' ; miniature bride nnd sronrn White silk with black nccc.s>oric.s. She * Gordon' Porter Hill Jr n' Co- '"P^rs ^Ioniums in r-ryMnl cnmlel-j pinned white carnations at her Inmbia and ' Charleston. Mo., al-j''•'«* H?hled th<- UMe Sumicr wns shmilrtcr. The Rev. and Mr, E. C tended the proorn as best man. Or.h-I !•"•«" at individual tables Jitter Brown and sons were special cucsts. ers were Joe P. Davp of McnipMs. j Ktrcert Brown and Raymond Bvll [ of Charleston and B'lb Damon of ' B'yihcville. cousin of 7lic bride. j Mrs. Damon chose for hor daupti- i ter's u-edding a brown pencil strip 1 suit with beige ami a<iun I cries. Mrs. Toanscnd wore a navy j crcp(tetiHcrnoon (vock trimmrd iri j white pique with navy blue acces- ] sorie,?. Both mothers pinned white ] cameillias at (heir shoulders ' Inimcdlalcly ftillowin?, a reception was held iti tixe iocial rooms of ; the church with chosen color scheme being yellmv and white. The three tiered all white wending cake which centered the lace draped bride's table was Mirroimrlcd by vivid yellow Jonquils laid in beds of fern. A miniature bvitlc and groom blimdvng xmdcr a tiny silver hell topped the cake -Aith yellnw tn- peis burning in chryslal candelalirn flanking the cake. Mr. Townsend and his bride cut the first piece of c.\kc with a silver knife alter which Mi.-s Mary aVn Snccd. Miss Bland and two children. Donna and Hcrby all of Paragould. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dunavant of Clarksdalc. Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lan- j urum of Joiner. i Follow! TIE dinner, (he grol'p] showered Mr.s. Landrum with gifts i EVERYTHING I ATE DISAGREED WITH ME UNTIL I found 1 was suffering from nutritional deficiencies! FOR TUES.-WED.-THURS. U.S. Graded "Good", Juicy, Tender 'vT %/|d{C l ditktss \».",^**J^ . V VAPORUB Send in Your Nomination for BLYTHEVILLE'S WOMAN OF THE YEAR Anyone nuiy submit nominations for llic milslandintr woman in ttlyllicvillc based tin leadership abilities nnd contribution In community life. Kntries must tic in llin mail bt'forc nivhiijjlit T'iday, Kehruary 17. . ENTRY BLANK 1 • Mail to "\Yiim:in ol (he Year" 1'. 0. Hox 111) | My Nomination for Hlylhcviilc's Woman of . The Year is: t Remarks: Sponsored by Alpha Alpha :md Alpha Delta Chapters of liela Sitfinii 1'hi. "I suffered with stomnch trouble since 1035. 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