The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 20, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 20, 1950
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PAG* TWO BI.YTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Sbelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Davis Is Wee) In Home Ceremony MAKIUKl) Y KSTKKIMY —ilr. and Mrs. James W. r o w n are Miss Helen Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Marvin G. Davis of Memphis, became the bride of James W Brown, son of Mr and Mrs. Tom Brown of Blytheville in a ceremony performed yesterday at the home of the groom's parents. The Rev. E. T. Kelly, pastor of shown at the the Full Gospel Tabernacle, per- ; " ." \ . formed the 2 p.m. ceremony before tcccptjon 1OI- a group of relatives and well- lowing their wishers. marriage yes- Vases abundantly filled with ,„,..,, y „,.,„. white gladioli intermingled with • lll(I '«> "' <' t( -'acacia were set against a back- e m 0 tl y 1) e r ground ol massed fern to outline formed at the the fmprovised platform where the i. nmp n r t i. „ wedding partv stood for the ex- , change of vows. grooms |)iir- Miss Ruth Trlmm attended the e n t S . M r s . bride as maid or honor and only ftr-own is the attendant. She was dressed in an r \. . afternoon gown fashioned from J< " mcl " "I'ss green gabardine with which she Helen Davis, wore black accessories. She wore d a u g h t f r of an arrangement of white carna- «... . 1M ,| >!,.„ tions and acacia at her shoulder. a ' ' The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, Mr. Davis, chose an aqua gabardine dress fashioned with a full skirt and three quarter length sleevs. She pinned a purple orchid at her shoulder. Tom Brown, Jr., -served his brother as best man. Mrs. Davis chose for her daughter's wedding, a brown gabardine suit with green accessories. Mrs. Brown was dre.s-sed in a gabardine suit of navy blue with which she wore black accessories. Immediately following the exchange of vows a reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Brown was Marvin G. Davis of M e ni- phj.s, Mr, a i! (1 Mrs. Brown will make their home m I'ly- thcvillc. Mrs. Roy Is Hostess • To Club, Six Guests Mrs. James Roy was hostess Friday afternoon to members of the Friday Club and six guests. Guests for the afternoon were Mrs. Ted Woods of Osceola, Mrs. 8. B. Goodman of Stcele, and Mrs. Joe p. Pride. Jr., Mrs. Max Usrej. Mis. Dan Bell and Mrs Wallace Hoke. The dessert bridge guests spent the afternoon In the entertaining rooms In which were arranged at Intervals low bowls filled with jonquils and japonlca blossoms In the bridge game Mrs. Oscar Fendler won high. Mrs. R. M. Logan second high and Mrs. Pride guest high. Bits of News —Courier N'ews Photo The tiercel wedding cake centered iiyr ivi i 11 i the lace draped dining table wilh,"' ISS Woodson Honored a crystal punch bowl and table appointments arranged at one end of the table. Mrs. Luclan Gaines, Mrs. Dan McGruder and Mrs. Fay Austin served cake and punch lo the 65 guests attending the reception They each wore hair arrangc- ments'of pink and white carnations and roses. Mr. and Mrs. Brown are making their home nt 114 w. Ash in Blytheville. where he is connected with the Cocoa cola Company. put of town guests attending were the Misses Polly Chisum and Doris Tollbridge of Holland, Mo. Mrs. Stickmon Reviews Book at PEG Meeting "Treasuries of Southern Folklore" B A. Botkln, was reviewed by • Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon at the luncheon - program meet!: '' ' Bowh filled with vivid jonquils and vari-hued spring flowers were arranged throughout the Cunningham home for the occasion. A striking arrangement of the flowers centered the dining Ublr at which the luncheon was served. Immediately following Mrs. Stickmon reviewed the book after which the remainder of the afternoon was spent Informally. Soring Themed Dance Fetes Cotillion Club Spring was the theme of Ihe supper-dance feting members of the Cotillon Club'and their guests Saturday night at the Hut. HosU and hostesses to the approximately 75 guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Walcer Day. Dr. and Mrs. Joe Deasley, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Drain, Mr. and Mrs. George Diliahunty and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Carletori. The guests spent the evening dancing in the flower bedecked ball room. A mid-night supper was served j'rom tables overlaid wiih white cloths. Tile 'foods were arranged In flmver pots which were decorated with hand-painted flowers of the spring season. * * • Mrs. Garrigan Entertains Club At Rustic Inn A deaert bridge at Rustic Inn honored members of the Friday Contract club and two guests when Mrs. G. W. Garrigan was hostess Mrs. At Red and White Party Red and white was the chosen color niotil for the deyierl bridge Saturday honoring Miss Betty Woodson, \vho will become the bride of Robert G. McHahcy March 4. Misses Rosemary Johnston and Marilyn Dccn were hostesses to four tables of guests in a dining room at Rustic Inn. Low crystal bowls holding red carnations and red roses intermingled with wisps ol greenery were arranged around the spacious room in whieh the afternoon was spent. Gaily colored miniature flags centered the individual tables at which the guests were seated. Further repeating the chosen color scheme were the wrappings and ribbons of the gifts presented the guests In the bridge game ol the afternoon. Airs. John C. McHanpy, mother if Mr.'McHaney. was high'scorer e and was presented candy Jar. Mrs. ,Cliarles second high score ; touch was a Mainty dami-tasse. Miss Woodson. who was dre.=scd in a brown and white silk printed frock, was presented a set of emerald green crystal glasses from her hostesses. She was also presented a gilt corsage of yellow carnaiions nestled in looped greenery and tied In matching satin ribbons. Miss Bourland To Wed In April Ceremony ' The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Madilt-ne Bourland. daughter o! Mr. a nd Mrs. Wade Hoilrland. of Manila, to Richard Paul Huff, of Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Hull of Granite City, III., is announced today by the bride-elect's • Miss Rourlainl Is n graduate of (he Manila High School and is now secretary to the principal ol the school. Mr. Huff attended Granite City schools and Is a veteran ol ope and one-half years service in ttic Marine Corps. He Is now a student at Arkansas State College. Jonc.iboro' Plans for the April wedding will be announced at a later date. • • . Informal Party Fetes Sixteen School Males Sixteen school mutes of Joan and Shirley Pulgham, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence FulBham, were honored Friday night when Joan and Shirley entertained with aJi on informal party at their home South Franklin street. Potted plants decorated the rooms Sriccial guests for the aiialr were i". wnicn thc guests sprat Ihe even- Mrs. E. B. Woodson, mother off: 1 "? in sames and informal cntcr- the honoree and Mrs. John C. Mc^T*-'" m ™'' At the conclusion of the evening's entertainment, the ho.ste.sse.;' mother. Mrs. Fuli-ham. assisted by Mrs. 1'ctc Priest, served refreshments to the guests. Following the party. Alice, Sue Simpson .Elizabeth Bctls and Imogcne Miller remained for a i illaney, mother of Mr. McKancy. C Matt Managhan and Mrs. H. fatten were the club's guests. In the brigde game of the afternoon Mrs. G. poctz won high. Mrs. George D. Pollock. Jr.. second high and Mrs. Garrigan bridge. bunking party. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Besharse and Mr. and Mrs. LaVcrl Galnes spent the weekend In Memphis. Mr. and Mr*.'Charles E. stromire and Mr. and Mrs. John Shipp and son spent Sunday in joncoboro. Mr. and Mrs. j. Whitney Morgan, Jr.. ami Mr. and Mrs. Gratly Mfigec rpcnt Sunday In Memphis where '.hey went especially to visit Mrs. Magee's mother. Mrs. T. 1. Seay, who is a patient at the Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Seay's condition is satisfactory. Miss Ann McLcod, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Damon McLcod, has been elected to Phi Theta Kappa, the national honorary scholastic fraternity of junior colleges, at Cot- ley Junior College for Women, Nevada, Mo., where she is a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and s:n, Jerry, spent the weekend in Memphis where they went especially for Mr. Loive to consult a specialist following a major operation which he underwent last week at the Methodist Hospital. His condition is satisfactory. Mrs. James Hill, Jr.; and' Mrs George D. Pollock, Jr.. will leave tomorrow afternoon for Tcxarkana where they will attend the state DAB convention. They plan to be gone for three days. T. I. Seay and daughter. Ann spent the weekend in Memphis where they went especially to be with their wife and mother. Mrs T. r. Seay, who is a patient at the Methodist Haspital. The Rev. George W. Patterson of Corinth, Miss., formerly of Blytheville, is seriously ill at. Memphis Baptist Hcspital following a major operation. The Rev. Mr. Patterson, who is a former pastor ol the Blytheville First Christian Church will be unable to receive visitors for a week or several days. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson and son. Harold, Jr., of Marianna were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O.'Anderson, They ciuije especially for the celebration of Mrs. Anderson's birthday yesterday Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis spent Sunday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs, Russell Phillips had as their weekend guests, Mr and Mrs. otto Kochitltzky of Columbus, Miss., formerly of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs Ross Hughes spent yesterday In Little aock. Mr. and Mrs. C. A Cunningham lett yesterday tor Hot Springs where they plan, to spend a month at the Goddard Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Harry w. Hafncs and their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Trombla of Lincoln Nebr., spent the weekend In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Trombla re turned this morning to'their home 'J OT Tine Imporlcd hcrbv I^borilot] :IM cosll • [xrmj or leu k dojfr TaV Xctrd (or icnlle icllnn lo help <J!*r-«] h«d- » ll:edne«, «nd s'.cUsh ilomich imln ilufehh botrrll Tasly Sjrup o: Hlsck MM U for CMIdr*rt At TOUT JlMiwt <Je«ltV vACK-DRAUCMT ^Yi'i IT PAYS YOU To Ktcp Voar Shots In GOOD REPAIR H-fl LT€RS JflL TY SMOC SMO III - ... Wednesday, Thursday, Friday COUJMS1A PICTURES prM«fir$ THE REST OF THE JOLSOK STORY LARRY PARKS. BARBARA HALE Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday MONDAY/FEBRUARY 20, 1 9S <, KNOAfJK.MKNT ANNOUNCED — Miss Madiletic Bourlanri, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bonrland of Manila, will become the bride of Richard Paul Huff of Arkansps State College. Joneslwro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Huff of Granite City, III., In a ceremony to be performed in April. HD Club Meets At Morris Home Mrs. Kcrson Morris was hostess Friday afternoon at her home to 10 members and two guests of the Flat Lake Home Demonstration Club. Mrs. C. H. Robcson mill Mrs. Raymond Zachary were the club's nests. The meeting was opened with the singing of "In The Garden" after which- Mrs. Peggy Buchanan led in prayer. 'Hie hostess read a portion of scripture taken from the book'of Judges followed by Ihe reading of the poem, "Wisdom." Each member answered the roll call by telling what impressed her most around a home and yard. Mrs. Morris, who is gardening chairman, discussed the gardening situation. She emphasized the importance of planting early and also discussed bothersome worms and the best methods of destroying. Mrs. Gertrude Holitnan. home demonstration agent, spoke concerning the rooting of shrubs and pruning of trees. During the business meeting plans were made to assist in the Red Cross Roll Call Rrive. At, the conclusion of the meeting, the hostess served a salad course. PTA To Observe Founder Y Day Mrs F. A. Pne of Paragould, state PTA president, will be a guest speaker at the Founder's Dixy program to be presented at the high school Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. . The Rev. E. C. Brown will give the ini'obntioii. The Blytheville High School Glee Club will present a musical program followed by ad- dres^es by other speakers, after which Dr. Alfred Vice, rabbi of Teinpfe Israel will deliver the invocation. ( PTA's of surrorndii:g towns were invited by the Senior High Behoof PTA tq attend this program, which will be one of the main events of the PTA schedule. after a visit of several days here Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse are spending a winter vacation al points of interest in Florida. Hodgson Modinger of New York. N Y., arrived today for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modinger, Sr.. and family. Coming Events Social Calendar Muodar Business Women's Circle Eight of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Ivan Van Patten at 7:45 p.m. Preaching Mission at St Stephen's Episcopal Church 7:30 p.m. Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church meets In Beginner's Room at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday "Dill" party of Chapter "D" of the PEO Sisterhood will be given at- the home of Mrs. E. B. Gee at 7 p.m. Mrs. O. S. Crowcll hostess lo La Petite Club. La Nucvc Club entertained by Mrs. Bernard Graham. Mrs. James Brooks entertains Trl- To\vn Club. Mrs. Doyle Henderson hostess to Tuesday Bridge Club. Alpha Alpha Chapter ol Beta Sigma Phi meets at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. L. C. Posey, Jr., hosttss, Mrs. Marjorie Hancock, co-hostess. Mrs. Alex Shelby, guest speaker. Founder's Day program at High School at 8 p.m. Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. Albert Taylor entertain for Miss Betty Woodson. who will become the bride of Robert McHaney. Preaching Mission at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Chapter "D" of PEO meets with Mrs. C. W. Afflick for hmchcon- mer-lme at 1 p. m. DelphiP.ns meet at Hotel Noble at 10:00 a.m. Mr.=. Lanier Reed fetes Miss Betty Wo^tls-in. bride-elect. Mrs. Robert f. Thompson entertains Hi"h Two Club. Club Eight meets with Mrs. R C. Allen. Mrs. flaker Wilson hostess to Wedne.srtav Club. Alpha Beta Bunco club meets with Mr... Lane Nowell. Preaching Mission at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at 1:30. p.m. Thursday Phebean Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meets nl home of Mrs. C. G. Shercr on East Main at 7:30 p.m. Blytheville Rook meets with Mrs. R. A. Copcland. Mis. Richard Pritchard hostess to hursday Rook. Mrs. John douse entertains Avalon Bunco Club. 20th Century Club meets at 9 >).m. at Hut. Hosts and hostesses. Mr .and Mrs. Maurice Luttrcll. Mr and Mrs. Joe McHaney, Mr. and Mis. C. Mcdinger, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Thompson. Mrs. H. C. Sims, and Mrs. Chrster Cnldwe!) hostesses feting Miss Betty Woodton, bride-elect ol Robert Mc- r>ney. Mrs. William Jontz fetes Double Four Bndge Club. Mrs. Ooii Haley hoste,5s to Thursday Night Club. Mrs. J. A. Leech hostess to Thursday Club. Preaching mission at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church 7:30 'p m Frid»y Past Matron anil Past Patron Club meets at 7 p.m. for potluck suppnr at home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Barker, •125 E. Kentucky with Mrs. N. W. Kyle co-hostess. Mrs. R. A. Copeland entertains CBC Club. Mrs. Ney Hunt and Mrs. H.irris Hunt honor Miss Belly Woodsnn, bride-elect. Mrs. Jack Chamblln and Mrs. George Hubbard honoring Miss Service Program Given by WMU A Royal Service program was conducted recently at the meeting of the Clear Lake WMU when they met at Ihe Church. Mrs. J. E. Cox was In charge of the afternoon program which ojien- ed with Ihe repealing of the watchword followed by the WMU year mg. Mrs, L. G. Surlaln led the group in prayer. 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