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FACE FOUR (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Mead, WEDNESDAY, JULY «, 1949 Aaielia Saliba, Society Editor Phoa« 4461 ;Miss Alice Ulseth Wed To Andrew Overture Jr. In a simple but impressive ceremony Sunday at 2:30 p.m., Miss Alice Ulselh, daughter of Mr. and ;Mrs. B, Ulseth became the bride io( Andrew Ovcrturs Jr. of Stecle, 'Mo., son o( Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Overture Sr., also of Sicele. The single ring ceremony was solemnized at the Lake Street Methodist Church in the presence of tnllmate friends and relatives of Ihe couple. The Rev. Lima Harrison, pastor, officiated. Miss Dorothy Ulselh. sister of the bride was maid of honor. She wore a light green taffeta dress with white accessories. Her frock was complemented with a corsage of white gardenias. The bride chose a pale pink chiffon dress fashioned with a tight filling bodice and high neckline which buttoned to the waist with tiny pink pearl buttons. The sleeves were three quarter length and the full skirt was a ballerina length. Her accessories were in white with a pink picture hat. She pinned a white orchid al her shoulder. . Rayburn Overturs of Maiden. Mo., served his brother as best man. Mrs. Ulselh. mother of the bride wnre a light brown frock with white accessories with Mrs. Over- turs choosing a navy blue dress with white accessories. Each pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder. Immediately following the cere- , mony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents at 205 East Dougan. The dining table was overlaid wilh a lace cloth and centered with the three tiered wedding cake topped with a miimture bride anil groom. White tapers in crystal holders flanked the cake. Vases of ftiixed summer flowers were arranged throughout the home. After the reception the couple left on'a wedding trip and will make their home In Hayli. Mo. The bride wore for travelling, a beige silk dress wilh white accessories and pinned her bridal orchid at her shoulder. Mrs. Overturs is employed at the office of Dr. Charles Craig in Blythevllle. Mr. Overturs will be a member of the faculty in the ; Wardell High School. Tea and Shower Given Honoring Miss Shanks Another In (he series of prenuptial affairs being planned for Miss Jo Anne Shanks, who will become the bride of John Whitney Morgan Jr., July 10, at the First Methodist Church, was Eivcu Satur•day afternoon when Mrs Grady . Magee entertained wilh a lea and Ahower, The affair was held at the home of her parents. Mr.- and Mrs T I. Seay at 1500 Chickasawba between the hours of three and five. The tea table was ovclatd with a cloth of lace and centered with a crystal vase filled with a striking arrangement of deep rose gladioli emermingled wilh white hearts of maline outlined In while satin. Adding to the attractiveness of the decorations on the table were the assorted party foods and punch. •Arranged throughout the living room were bouquels of sweelpeas in *oft shades. Placed on a table in the living room were the honoree's gifts o f • China and crystal in her patern wrapped and tied in assorted colored paper and ribbons. Special guest was Mrs. Joseph H. Shanks, mother of the bride-elect with Mrs. Howard Graham of Steele. Mo. as the only out of town guest. Miss Shnnks chose for this occasion a while shantung dress fea- tmms a printed silk bodice and white accessories. - • • . Parly at Dell Is Given 'For Mr., Mrs. Hard in Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harrtin. who were married recently, were honored wilh a party last night at the Dell rt.ibhouse. by Circles One and Two of the Women's Missionary Union of the Dell Baptisl Church and their husbands. Mrs. Hardin wa.' |he former Mrs. Braxton Gill ot Dell. During the evening, various party frames and contests were played »Uh prizes being won by Mrs. Walter Dyer. Mrs. Tom Bennett and Ed Ilarrtm. Gifts were presented to Ihe couple later in the evening. The clubhouse was decorated 'with vases of white shasla dairies and pink roses. Refreshment* or punch and cake were served. Miss Wherley Is Wed To Edwin Viclor Ivy The First Methodist Church In Piggott was the setting yesterday morning when Miss Helen Jane Wherley daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Wherley of Plggot became the bride of Edwin Victor Ivy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Ivy of Blythcville. The double ring ceremony was read before the altar decorated with floor baskets of white gladioli and greenery, by the Rev. j. j Decker, pastor of the First Melh- odist Church in Rector. A program of nuptial music was presented by Robert Head, organist. His selections included, the bridal chorus from Lohengrin as the processional and the recessional was Mendelssohn's "Wedding Mnrch." Sofl stra' s of "Moon, llghl Sonata" and "Claire de Lune" by DC Bussey could be heard during Ihe exchanging of vows. Miss Mary Sue Wherley of Pig- golt was her sisters maid of honor and only attendant, she wore a tight beige summer suit with white accessories ami pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder The bride, given in marriage by her father, was dressed in a blue grey dressmaker frock of faille with pair blue accessories. She carried a white Biblt lopped with blue flowers In contrast with her accessories. Hildred George Bunch of Blythe- vllle served Mr. Ivy as best man. A reception was held at the home of (he brirte's parents follmvlng the ceremony. The three tiered wedding cake centered (he dining table which was overlaid wilh a lace cloth Summer flowers in paslel shades were used to decorate Hie home Following a wedding trip to points of ititcres' in the north, the couple will return lo DeQueen to make their home where he Is county agriculture agent. Mrs. Ivy was graduated from Piggolt High School and received her A.B. degree at the College of Ctearks at Clarksville this spring where she major I In music. Mr. Ivy is a graduate of Blythe- vllle High School and received his degree from the University of Arkansas. Fayelteville. He was a member of Ihe Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity and served five years In the Navy. * 4 • Farewell Party at Church Honors Miss Mamie Adams Miss Mamie L. Adams, youth director or the First Methodist Church In Blytheville. was honored wilh a farewell parly in the reception rooms of the church last night by several classes of (he church. Miss Adams left today for Conway to become Christian Educalion director at the First Methodist Ihurch there. The classes In nharge of (he party were the Junior, Intermediate, senior. Builders and Seekers. Approximately 50 guests attended .he affair. The refreshment table was cov- !red with a l.ice cloth and cen- lered wilh a low crystal bowl .filled with larkspurs In pastel shades and flanked by white tapers burning In crystal holders. Mixed summer flowers were used throughout the reception rooms. Miss Jackie Esles presided at Hie punch bowl and Mrs. Jack Owen at the cake. They were assisted in serving by Miss Patsy Lou Pope Miss Eulopia Whitworth, Miss Frances Peek and Mrs. J. c. Droke. * • • Mrs. Bculah Lloyd Is Complimented al Party Members of lhc Business Women's Circle Three of the Calvary Baptist Church were hostesses last night when they entcrlnincd with a party at the church complimenting Mrs. Beillah Lloyd who will leave this month for Los Angeles Cnlif.. to make her home. Approximately 50 gucsls, including members of the other three circles, attended the partv. The tnblc was centered with an I arrangement ol gladioli with a"- ' sorted colored streamers extending from the centerpiece lo lhc ends of the table. On (he streamers written with candy drops was "Bye Bye, Beillah." Completing the decorations on the table, were the fa- i vors of candy corsases. ' Lalcr in the evening gin-, were! presented lo lhc honorcc and a etc vo-.ional was given by Mi £ R; lv - < mnnd Belknap. j -Mrs. I.ee Powell is chairman of i Circle Three. Mrs. Russell Elected President of Auxiliary Mrs, J. M. Russell was elected president of the American Legion Auxiliary at the meeting laat night at the Legion Hut. Mrs. Russell succeeds Mrs. Bryant F. Stewart. Other officers who will servfc with her are as follows: Mrs. H. L. Halsell, first vice-presldenl; Mrs, Paul Mahon, second vice-president; Mrs. J. S. Godwin, secretary; Mrs. James NIersthelmer, treasurer; Mrs. Moody, sergeant at arms; Mrs.. J. B Chine, chaplain and Mrs. N. J Humphrey, historian. Following the election of officers, delegates were appointed to attend the convention In Fort Smltbr July 24-26. They are Mrs. Nlerstheimer Mrs. Godwin, Mrs. Moody, Mrs Russell. Mrs. Stewart and Mrs Eddie Burks. Mrs. Bess Proctor of Little Rock will be a delegate at large. Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday The Woman's Guild of the First Lutheran Church will meet at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. F G Reichel. 1201 Hearn. Thursday The Avalon Bunco Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Norval Humphrey. The Thursday Luncheon Club will mecl wilh Mrs. Albert Taylor Mrs. Richard Prichard will be hostess to Ihe Thursday itook Club Tlie W. S. C. S. of the Gosnell Methodist Church will mecl at the home of Mrs. Harold Mcdlin at 2:JO p.m., Friday The Friday Rook Club will be entertained at Ihe home of Mn William Berryman. Mrs. Ross Moore will be hc»tess lo the C.B.C. Club. » • • Civic Calendar Thursday notary Club. Hotel Noble—12-10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Aviation Committee—2:30 p.m. Bits of News Baptist Girls to Report On Activities at Camp Members of the Girls Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church, who 1 returned early this week from an encampment at Riivcmien Springs, will report on the camp tonight at the prayer service at 8 o'clock at the First Baptist Church. There wore 18 Blythcville ijirls, between the ages of nine and 15 who attended the camp, along with I heir counsellor, Mrs. Albert Endcr- lin. The camp was directed by Miss Arvlne Bell, and special speakers Included Dr .and Mrs. W. B. Glass, the first Southern Baptist medical missionaries to China, and Mrs. Carlos Plerson, a home minion worker for Spanish-speaking laborers. The girls who will participate in tonight's service with reports on the camp are: Barbara V.itiHooser, Ploy Lynn Scott. Ruth Hale. Mary Ann Tompkins, Marilyn Daushtery, Shirley Shepherd, Carlecn kenlcy. Nancy Jennings, Patsy and Jane Bartholomew. Linda Rayclar. Kay Laferney, Martha Foster, Carol Ann Holt. Patsy Weaver, Motiyu and Deenya Blankenshlp. An American dwelling catches (ire every one mid one-hall minutes. left this morning for Richmond, V» where they will spend an indefinite time « guests of their daughter Mrs. Robert, H. Smart and /amUy Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hdnlclce had as their guesta over [he holiday weekend. Mrs. Helnlcke's mother, Mrs. A. G. Helnicke of St Louis. Mo., and his brother, Otto Helnicke. and Mrs. Helnicke. Their sister, Mrs. J. Frank Tomllnson, Mr. Tomllnson and children Betty Lou and Johnny arrived by plane Saturday irom their home In Hoiu- ton. Tex., Saturday. Mr. Tomllnson left for Florida and Mrs. Tomllnson and children remained In Blytheville for a two months visit before joining Mr. Tomllnson in Florida for a two weeks vacation there. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Drumwrlght and daughter. Donna Neal left today for Memphis where they will make their home. Mr. Drumwrlght, who was manager of the Jim Brown Store In Blythevllle. will manage the store in Memphis. They formerly resided at 1914 Chlckasawba. Condition of Mrs. pat Chitmon who underwent an operation at Walls Hospital yesterday morning is satisfactory. She will not l)c able to have visitors until Friday. Miss Patsy McCanna of Lockport, III., returned to her home, after spending the past week as guest of MIJ.S Ann Needham of Oosnell. She was rnoinrnd home bv Mr. and Mrs. James Needham niid family, who have been visiting here. Miss Eunice Brogdon and' Miss Nell Harris spent the holiday weekend In St. Louis. While there, they attended the ballgamcs. Mrs. Clifford Joyner Jr.. returned lo her home in Union Cit.v. Tenn . after having been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitworth Mr. whitworth's sister. Mrs. Joe Watson and daughter, Mary Jo returned to their home In Chula Visit. Calif., today following a visit 111 Blythevllle as their guests. Mr. and Mrs. GeorRe L. Muir and son. oeorse of Harrison, Ark left this morning for St. Lonls. Mo. where they will be Ihe guest of their (laughter and sister, Mrs. James Cockran. Mr. Cockran and children. Bobby and Pegey for several days. They will go to Omaha. Neb to visit with his sister. Mrs. Jnke Mosley and will also visit with another sister in Mexico. Mo., before returning: home. Mr. ami Mrs. Jesse Eubank. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. r.ong and Ralph Long. Mrs. Harold Doyle and Eu- BCiie eagle returned from a weekend trip to Corinth, Miss, and Tus- cimibia. Ala., where they visited wilh frienris and relatives. Tom A. Tinin of Linden. Tenn.. spent the weekend here as guest of his sister. Mrs. B. B. Wilson. Mrs. Wilson alio hart as her guest, her son, John Bruce Wilson, who Is attending Memphis State. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Parkinson and son. Rodger of Kenmore. N Y, arrived lo be the guest of -their daughter and sister. Mrs. George Dillahllnty and Mr. Dillahunty at Yai tu-o. Mr. and Mrs. Fnrc.st Moore and daughter. Sandra and Mr. and Mrs. I T. T. Seay are spending several : days at Norfork. They also were j the guests over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hawks st [ Camp Rio vislii at Hardy and! Ann Seay. who is spending several j weeks as their guests. Mi.« Mabel Hogan spent the : weekend In Trimble. Tenn.. as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Coffer. Mrs. Fred Hargis of Houston. Tex., spent the weekend here as pucst of her parents; Mr. and Mrs. Mnrlln and other relatives. She came especially to visit with her brother, James Needham and family whc have been visiting here SURPRISE ARRIVAL-Mri. Carl Leutner of Cleveland Ohio thought it was » piece of watermelon she ale that gave her those indigestion pains. Instead she found it was the arrival of her brand-new son. Unaware that a baby was on the way, it was 3 big surprise to the couple. Besides being c.ughl without a supply o! cigars to pass oul, Leutner had lo tour the neighborhood in search of a lavelte. At The Hosoitais Rlvthrvllle Hospital Dismissed: Jiianita McKinnev, Burdctt Mrs. Wendell Phillips, cily. Walls IfMpifa] Dismissed: Mrs. Carthol Hyde and b^by Veterans Housing Quarters, cily. Mrs. G. A. George Jr. and baby Luxora. Mrs. Gale Hannan and baby Luxora. Mrs. H. B. Phillip and-baby Osceola. Mrs. Max Usrey, city. from Lockporl, III. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Magee and his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Guy D. Magee of Manila, visited wilh friends in Wilson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks spent the weekend In Greenwood. Miss., as guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mcll Brooks Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cole spent the holiday weekend in Hot Springs. Marjorie Newman arrived from Rip!cy, Tenn.. to visit with her cousin. Mareia Lou McGregor and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGrecor. She will return home the latter part of the week. Misses Joyce and Nancy Damon returned home from Charleston, Mo. where they were the guests of Mrs. Grace Townsnd and son. Ed for sveral days, while there, they joined a parly "f friends at Kentucky Lake over the holidays. Their parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Damon and Emilv Sue motored them home. Mrs. clair Miller and son, Buddy and Billy returned home from a lu-o weeks vacation In Hot Springs where they visited with relatives. They were accompanied home by Mr. Miller's atmt, Mrs. Amos Miller, aho will be Iheir guest for several days. Mr. Miller motored to Hot Springs Saturday and accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed cherry spent the weekend in St. Louis. Mo., as enests of Mr. and Mrs. nay Mills. While there, they attended the ball games. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weedman and children went to Chaffee. Mo., over the weekend to visit with relatives. They w ere accompanied home by their son. jimmy, who has been visiting there for the past month. TWICE AS MUCH For Your Money KVTEX Deckle Kdge Vellum on sale in ,lulv in DOUBLE THE USUAL QUANTITY. 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