The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 25, 1950
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PAG! TWO BLYTHKVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 25, I960 Jan* Shelton, Society Molly Guard, James E. Ross Exchange Vows Miss Molly Frances Guar.<i, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James L. Guard, became the bride of James Earl Ross, of Memphis, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Earl Ross of Bolton, Miss-, in a ceremony performed yesterday at 5 p.m. The double ring vows were exchanged at the home of the bride's brother, Dr. James C. Guard. - The Rev. Roy I. Bagley of the First Methodist Church officiated at the double ring ceremony. The living room was transformed Into « chn pel -like setting with an Improvised altar set before the ninii- 'tel as the central point of the scene. Topping the mantel was a madonna which . was completely banked In a luxuriant sunburst, of calls. lillies. Encircling the large mirror^ 'which reflected : le scene from above the mantel, <vas greenhouse smllax. Calla lilies Used Flanking the seven branched candelabra, which were arranged on either side' of the satin covered prledleu that rested on the floor level, were baskets of white gladioli and stock. Closely entwining ench candelabra, which h-'' lighted whit* tape", was greenhouse smllax. .Pufls of white satin, completed each basket of "flowers. The kneeling bench, .which rested beneath the madonna, was adorned with sprays of calli Ullles set in bows of white satin. "Placed throughout the home were . bouquets of white stock, roses and T wispy candytuft. Preceding the ceremony, as the guest* gathered, organ selections of "Ave Maria," "The Lord's Prayer," and nuptial music could be heard. _ The tapers were lighted by Dr. James C. Guard. Kn. Bale Attendant Preceding the bride to the altar for the exchange of vows was Mrs. Jack Kale, who attended as matron of honor, and only attendant.- She wa*'dressed In a brown and black highlighted Irridescent chambray drew. Her gown, which featured'a tiered aklrt. WM worn with black acc*Morlw. She carried an arm bouquet of yellow roses «et In a bed of maltai. Black velvet bows fell away from the center point. A yellow organdy frock was worn by Molly EUeen Guard, niece of the bride, <who served as ring bearer. Her 'frock, which was made along simple lines, had a' snug bodice gathered to the bouffant floor length skirt. She wore a wristlet of plnnochlo roses set In swirls of pint xnaltne. ' Oiviert In marriage by-her father, Dr. Guard, the bride was gowned In » formal ankle length gown fashioned of toast-hued lace. Her shoulder length, veil of mlsly illusion fell from her hat which was also fashioned of lace. For "something old" the bride carried a handkerchief which belonged to ' her maternal grandmother. Carrlea .Brown Orcbldi Tor her wedding bouquet, Miss Guard carried a prayer book holding lift brown cyprlpedium orchids looped in brown velvet and backed with lilies of the valley. A profusion of brown velvet streamers, In which were tied lilies of the valley, fell away from the orchids. Jack Hale attended Mr. ROSS as best man. • ' Mrs. Guard, mother of the bride, chose a black and white printed eilk gown with an Eton jacket. : A.'black afternoon frock printed In pastel flowers, was worn by Mrs. Ross, mother of the groom, for the wedding. She wore black accessories. Both mothers pinned lavender orchids at their shoulders. Country Club Dinner Immediately following the cere- Bits of News —Courier News Photo MR. AND MRS. JAMES EARl, ROSS are shown at the dinner last night al the Country Club-Immediately following their wedding at tne James U Guard home at 5 p.m. Mrs. Boss is the former Miss Molly Guard. The couple Is now on a wedding trip'in Florida after which they will be at home in Memphis. Miss Betty Layson Is spending the weecknd In Oxford, Miss., «s guest of Miss Pat Reagan who is a student at Ole Miss. Jack King, Don Peterson, James Peterson, Mrs. Frank Webb and Mrs. Eula Rutledge left tills morning for Little Rock to be with Mrs J. H. Mosley who Is seriously ill In a Little Rock Hospital. Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Rutledge are sisters • of Mrs, Mofiley's, They plan to retun tomorrow. Condition of Mrs. Marvin Terry who is 111 at her home on Hnrdin St., with Influenza Is some Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Swafford left today for Springfield. Mo., to be the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. G Lcason and family. Mrs. Harold G'arrold of steelc was the Friday guest of her mother Mrs. Ida Carton and family. Miss Norma Pine and Mt-ss Site Taylor are spending today In Memphis. They plan to remain overnight as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J J. Campbell. Mrs. Campbell is an aunt of Miss Pine's. C. V. Scbaugh is 111 at his home 1000 Hearn St. Mrs. O. Shonj'o, Mrs. W. B. Mc- Mullln, Mrs. E. W. Simmons, Mrs William Stovall nnd Mrs. Emma Nolen spent yesterday in Jonesboro Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carson o Memphis arrived this afternoon to be the weekend guests of Mr. anc Mrs. Clinton Davis and family. Miss Arden Ferguson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, 1. spending tiie spring hoUdtiys o Stephen's College, Columbia. Mo., a- guest of her parents. Miss Ferguson Is a senior. Miss Betty Cooksey and Mrs Paula Martin left this afternooi for Dyersburg to be the weekcru guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Healy and family. mony, Dr. and Mrs. James L. Guard entertained in the Green Room of .he Country Club with a dinner lon'orlng the farriilies of the couple and the wedding party. Tile .'U" arranged tables at which -he 23 guests were seated, was completely looped along the mid-floor evel with greenhouse sjnilax en- Avined with' lacclon, The same smilax looped the branched silver candelabra which flanked the tiered wedding cake. Topping the center table at which Mr. and Mrs. Ross were seated wns the three-tiered cake which was adorned in clusters of Illy of the valley. Large white gardenias and candy tuft completely, encircled the base' of the cake. Th'e bride and groom cut the cake with the satin lied silver knife after which dinner was served. Tiny silver wedding bells on which were embossed the guests' names, were used as place cards. A cresent shaped arrangement of white stock, perfect roses and sweetpeas topped the mantel of the entertaining room. -' Florida Honeymoon Later in the evening, Mr. Ross and his bride left on a two-week wedding trip to Florida before returning to Memphis to make their home. For traveling, Mrs. Ross wore a suit of golden wool with matching hat. • She selected browTi alligator accessories and pinned green orchids on her fur scarf. Upon their return they will be ai home at 1433 LaPaloma. Circle Memphis. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Carsley, Mr. and Mrs Joseph B. Ross, parents of the groom, ail of Bolton, Miss,, Mrs. W T. Warford of Eldorado, 111., aun of the bride, Mrs. Alfred Tinman Mrs. Jftnies W. Sexton of Memphi and Mr. and Mrs. George Hale, Jr of Sikeston. Mrs. Fowler Entertains CBG Club, Guests Velfare Groups Feted At Marvin Lane Home Members of the Welfare Department of Blytheville and Osceola •ere entertained today with a unclieon at the new home of Mrs, larvln Lane on Highway 61 South Uso feted was Mrs. Grover Canada, member of the BIytheville office ltd a recent bride. Mrs. Canada is lie former Mrs. Harriet Sullivan. Placed throughout the home were looming potted plants and tall rystal and pottery vases holding ari-hucd gladioli. Luncheon was served in the dlri- ng room after which Mrs, Canada A r as presented a gift from the group. The remainder ol the afternoon as spent Informally. ,ucky Rook Meets n Huey Home BTU Group Has Quarterly Meet The quarterly meeting and socla hour of the Intermediate BTU o Calvary Bfiptlst Church was he! last night at. the L. C. RollUon home when Dorothy Lee Rollison was hostess to 10 members and on visitor ol the group. Miss Fay Reii was guest with the group. ; Mrs. A. IX Priest, lender, open? the meeting with prayer nftcr whic ,nn election of officers for the quar ter was conducted. electee were: President, Waelon Powell vice-president. Sue Oldhurn; secre tary, Joyce Steel; dnily Bible rea<! Ings, Dorothy Rolllsoii; and grou captains, Delores Carter and Dir Atkins/ . 'if, • ,'Y Games were played by the gro after which the hostess served sandwich plate with iced drinks. The Lucky Rook Club was enter- .alncd yesterday at U\e Freeman -Tuey home when Mrs, Huey was loste&s for the weekly meeting. Narcissus, -arranged . In crystal of Mrs. Leiidennle Fowler for the weekly rook game. High score was won by Mrs, O. O. Elklns, second high by Mrs. Paul Byrum and rooko by Mrs. C. S. Dowdy. At the conclusion of the game, Mrs. Fowler served pie, coffee and iced drinks. When you want to ihnke.Lemo Butter to serve over broiled fis fillets, a table-spoon of buttt or margarine and a teaspoon lemon juice, creamed, together, lo ench serving season well with sa and pepper. A tea-spoon of fine tnlnced parsley may be added If dc sired. vases, decorated the room in whic the guests were.seated at inclividu tables for the game. High score was won by Mrs. W. McCann, second high by Mrs. Od Huey and rooko by Mrs. Cecil Preis At [the conclusion of the mectinj the hostess served a Mexican plate. Dr. Vise Speaks "o Woman's Club Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Tempi* rael, gave a review of the book, Hie Philosophy of Civilization" csterday at the monthly meting of ic Woman's Club, The meeting or 55 members was icned with the group singing America," accompanied at the ano by Mrs. Louis Hubener after •liich the president, Mrs. Kcndale erry, gave the welcoming address. Mrs. Huljencr, chairman of the rogram committee, introduced Dr. ise, who reviewed Dr. Alfred ch'A'cilzer's book and then dls- ussed three ways to happiness. Dr. Iso stressed—At Peace with God. ollowing the commandment, "Love n hy Neighbor as Thy Self" and y finding beauty In life and doing good deed each day. A letter from Mrs. W. S. Johnton, district chairman of motion icturcs In the Forrest City district, .'as read to tiie group after which Irs. E. A. Rice and Mrs. R. L. Vade, Jr., were appointed to visit he sick during April. Mrs. Berry read a partially com- iletcd list of committees for the late convention which will be held i> Blythevile April 21-22 and an- lounced that Mrs. Oeorge M.' Lee would serve as general chairman if the committees. New members welcomed by the lub were Miss Minnie Foster. Mrs. Vcra J. Pavatl, Mrs. H. C. Blanken- hip, Mrs. H. L. Wade, Jr., Mrs, B. O. Black, Mrs. Boyce Moore and ,trs. A. lj. Chaffin. In the social hour following the loslesses. Mrs. W. L. Whlttaker, Mrs. Hubener. Mrs. W. H. Hutson Mrs. Homer Wilson, Mrs. B. A Bugg and Mrs. Russell C. Parr. erved refreshments of Individual akcs and iecd drinks. In keeping vlth the spring theme were the pastel flowers topping the cakes. Spring flowers, predominately yel- ow, \vere placed around the club ooms. Kiwcniarss Hold Annual 'Ladies Night' Program Paul Flowers, book editor and columnist of the Memphis Commer- ilal Appeal was guest speaker last night when members of the Blythe- vUle Kiwanis Club honored their wives, sweethearts and other guests at their annual "Ladles Night" pro:ram in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble Approximately 180 Kiwanians, their wives and guests attended the event.. . The program was opened with a dinner at 7 o'clock after which musical entertainment was furnished by Dr. and Mrs. Milton Webb. Wives of Klwanians were presented with gold heart-shaped compacts bearing the Kiwanis International ensignia and women guests were g'ivcnrcorsage's;as,favors. '; ,, Arthur S. Harrison served as master of ceremonies and Introduced Mr. Flowers.- Coming Events Social Calendar Sunday Rush Tea at the George home, 110 Kentucky, honoring rushees of the Alpha Delta and Alpha Alpha Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi sorority from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday Senior and Junior High School PTA's will conduct the last in series of parent education series at 7:30 p.n». at the Home Economics Cottage. Mrs. J. O. Huey hostess to the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club. YWA of Calvary Baptist and First Baptist meets with Mary Agnes and Bonnie Pceples at their home. Mrs. James Terry hostess for a business meeting of the Women's Council of the First Christian Church. Luke Slreet WSCS has meeting at 2:30 pm. at the Church. Mrs. T. H. Caraway hostess to GEO Club. Women of the First Methodist Church meet at the church for an all day study lesson beginning at II p.m. BWC Number Eight of the First Baptist Church meets at 1:45 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Henry Rosamond. Tuesday Mrs. Newell Jerome hostess to La Nireve. La Petite meets with Mrs. Max Osrey. Mrs. E. J- Cure entertains Tuesday Bridge. Mrs. Otto Scrape hostess to TLE Club. Wednesday High Two meets with Mrs. Forrest Moore. TLE Club entertained by Mrs. Otto Scranc. Alpha Beia Bunco metis with Mrs. Jack llalstead. Thursday Dorcas Class of Calvary Blptist Church has monthly business meeting at the Herman Mayes home on Mayes St. Mrs. W. J. Cupples hostess to Avalon club. Thursday Night Club meets with Mrs. Charles McDanlels. Mrs. Grover Wren entertains the Thursday Rook Club at her home in Osceola. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen hostess to the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Harry A. Halnes entertains the Kibitzer Club. Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs Aubrey Comvny. Friday Lucky Rook Club meets with Mrs. Cecil Priest. : Mrs. O. O. Elklns entertaihs'CBC Club. YOIIIIK Peoples Training Union Class of Calvary'Baptist meets with Mrs. L. C. Roilisbn at 7:30 pm. DAYTIME CHARM 12-42 £ Tomatoes stuffed with crabmeat salad and a little chopped anchovy makc a wonderful luncheon dish. For fancy, service be .sure to peel the tomatoes; you can do this by dipping them into water ami then turning them over a flame until their skin bursts. "Use a long-handled two-tlned fork with which to hold them/over the heat. Al Hospitals BlythevUle Hwpltal Dismissed: ' •* •• • ' Bessie Mae Martin, Homersvllle Ben Sweat, Tyler-. ......... Walls Hospital Dismissed: .',-'• Mrs. E. C. smith, City. Mrs. Quinton J. Conyers and baby Osceola. ... Mrs. John E. Coggins and baby Rt. 3. ....... Baby Terry Newland,' Stecle. Mrs. Larry Kneas and baby, City -Mrs. Paul Long, Rt. 3. Baby Willlngharn. City. George Godwin, City. James Martin, Rt. 3. . lira. 9. D. Mitchell, Rt. 9. By Sue Burnett The type of dress you Just about i'e In all summer long—it goes ogether like a charm with our learly illustrated sew chart. Have omfortable brief sleeves, or if you 'refer, make them wrist length. Pattern No. 8488 Is a sew-rite jerforated -pattern in sizes 12, 14. 6, 18, 20; « and 42. Size H, short leeve, 4% yards of 39-inch. Don't miss the Spring and Summer FASHION. This latest issue is colorful. Informative, — a complete pattern magazine. Fabric news, fa- ihion tips, a wealth of smart frocks .o sew for summer are all included. 25 cents. For this pattern, send 25 cents ;n COINS, jour name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Couriei News. 530 South Wells Street. Chicago 1. 111. Send 25 cents now for the Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 pages of new style*, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed Inside the book. N. Missco HOC Members Hold Training Meet Approximately at members of North Mississippi County HomJ Demonstration Clubc attended tr» leadership training teuton* eon- ducted yesterday by district and state agents at the County Council meeting at the Woman's Exhibit Building at. Walker Park yesterday The leadership training was conducted along with tha eo study on health. . Miss Connie Bonsla»l«, home demonstration agent, conducted a two-hour training course for presidents and vice-presidents- while Mrs. Hazel C. Jordan, district home demonstration agent, trained secretaries, reporter* and treasurers. Miss Bonslagle also directed a training session for the genera membership In the afternoon. In connection with the club's health study during March, Miss Mary Craig, director of the outpatient po«o center in Blythevllle and W. O, Stinnett, director of the. malaria control program In Mississippi County, were guests of th« council. Mr. Stinnett explained the spray program to be conducted this year, and showed films on malaria control. Mrs. Aaron Williams, a club member, also spoke to the group on health at home. Other guests included Keith J, Bllbrey, county agent. Mrs. Tom Kennett of Leachville club conducted the .group singing and Mrs. John Mayes gave the devotional. Mrs. C. F. Michaels, council president, presided. The Lone Oak Home Demonstration club 'was the hostess club, and a pot luck luncheon was served. K'tucky No. 31 Fescue SEED CORN State Certified COTTON SEED and SOYBEANS BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. 1900 VV. Main Phone 6856 IVEIY SUNDAY NKWT 8 pm CBS Marring Janet IT«Uft .'$ Delta Cafe Our Special of the Week $1.00 600 250 The CBC Club and two guests Mrs. J. D. 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