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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 4, 1951
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( TAGE TWO BLYTHEVtLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1W1 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Laura Ellen Swain Becomes Bride In MorningCeremony Early morning rays of sunlight reflected verleria gladioli caught in apple green satin and /set before banks of deeper greenery at the 9:30 marriage of Miss Liiura Kllen Swain and Donald Mayor Manners, today. The Rev. Roy I.-Barley of the First Methodist Churcli .heard I he. pledging of vo\vs at .the. First Presbyterian ; Church. The bride .Is the daughter of Mr.s. O. M. Gotlnday of Blythcvlllr-, the groom the son of Mrs. Lillian Man riers of Cnrbondnlc, 111. • Cool summer palms formed tlie backdrop for thr? scene. Myr:iids of candles outlined the clinnccl rail U'htle the point nl <•/. n tered on the white v.TOuftht iron arch enlaced with vcrlcria gladhll studded Rreencry nnd finished In a puff of apple green satin. Resting on the second fkor level was the uric dieu whc-re the wedding blessing was received, at either side stood baskets of the gladioli. White \vtcket fences railed the second level, the single stop leading (o the gleaming satin kneeling bench wns overlaid in altar cloth. The first floor level wns designated with satin white Grecian urns set on stately pedestals. Bows of apple green satin marked the family pews. Yellow, Green Used Dressed 1{) ballerina length gaivns of frost white organdy Mrs. John .t. Hill of St. Louis, mntron of honor, Miss Janet "Schumacher of St. Louis end Mrs. Griidy Magee of Bly- theviHe, bridesmaids entered the 'sanctuary to the strains of the "Coronation March." Appliques of tiny bloon^s adorned the full scalloped hemlines and neck; of the gowns. White organdy shawls! encircled the shoulders to complete 1 (he costumes. Mrs, Hill's organdy; model was arranged over canary yellow taffeta, the bridesmaids over. mint green taffeta, | Lemon yellow French maline cov-[ "ered fans were carried by the attcn-i ,dants. Tiny satin rosettes marked, each spoke of the design, leathered! carnations of identical hues com- 'pletcd each spoke of the opened fans. The handles were adorned ^With detachable corsages of yellow j ' ^rosebuds. Tiny satin .streams Ilow-i ^ ~~yaway from Ihe extended fans. ^ flloi" 'of th~e feathered cnrnations! *j3ktended across matching sntin' 'bandeaux to complete their attire. r , " filtering immediately before the bricie wns Site Hornsby of Columbus, Miss., who served as flower girl. She wore a gown Identical to that of the matron of honor nnrt a min-' lature hair-do of yellow roses. Master BIH Hornsby of Columbus served aa ring bearer. Imported French Lace Dressed in a ballerina length gown of imported French Chnntltly lace arranged over satin the briric was give n in m arrlage by C. E. Golltulay who walked with her U) the altar. The portrait neckline was joined to the misty tulle yoke by scallopes outlined in seed pearls. The fitted sleeves ended in petal points over her hand. The full swirling skirt was gathered to the snug bodice. Her mantilla veil was of identical lace. Her bridal flowers were 'a fan shaped bouquet of a single pure white orchid completely surrounded by yellow rosebuds nnd st-ejihau- otis. L. T. Moore, Jr., organist and Worth Hclricr, vocalist presented' the selections of nupthl cnu.sic as. the guests assembled and during .the ceremony. Mr. Moore played, ' Morning Mond" by Rob Ray F rry. "Meditation." by Thins, '-pastorale'* by Bach and "The Flutist" from a M-7-art theme. O Promise Me" by DP K -ven, "O Perfect LOVP'' by Burloi^ht \va s SI.IHB by Mr. Hclrirr who a! o a:m "The Lorii's Prayer" M^'jitc ;•-:; the bridr! couple Xnelc for ;he \ve-'id;:;5 \s Hie vow.s were c-.xrh,iu T- sift strains o' 'Traunicrte" by S: iiu- MKS. DO.YAM) .MEYEH AMNNHRS-- She was until her 9:30 mar- • of Blytheville. The couple will make their home In St. I/mis. mann could be heard. The groum was attended by best /nan, Max Mason of Hammond, I ml. Usht'is were Carroll Simma and John L. Hill of St. Louis. The huiiic ol the bride's parent's on Highway Gl, North was the scene for ft reception immediately following, with thy bride's table being arranged .In (he summer home on the spacious lawn. Receiving best wishes with her daughter and Mr, Manners w a s Mrs, OollAday. mother of the bride, who was dressed hi blue lace arranged over taffeta. At her shoulder were plmted yellow rosebuds. An aqua impor ted pi ma cloth gown was chosen by Mrs. Manners' mother of the groom. The gown feu tared an appllqued organdy inset at the skirt and yoke line,'; and was complemented with pink rosebuds at her shoulder. ' Receives In Summer HOUK Yellow and green was^the color cbjiibmltkm' predominating In the decorations of the home and summer house. The mantel was centered with yellow gladioli floating In jtllow tapers. The tiered bride's cake centcrec the long table which held a. de.slgr. of white blooms Interspersed h: gold MiQlSne, The base of the cake was completely encircled In ycllovt carnations set in feathery tern tips Fern tip. 1 ; also surrounded the punch bowl arranged on a side table, Apple green satin tied the knife used by the bridal couple for cutting the traditional first piece of cake. Mrs. Manners chose for traveling later in the day a frock of brown and white topped with a cluster ol nylon voile and complemented wit! accessories of white, she pinned a white orchid at the shoulder line o: the [lowing duster, Mr. and Mrs. Manners will make their home In St. Louis, Out-of-town guests [or the occa sion were Mr. and Mr.s. Jim Crouch of Batesvtlle, Mr. and Mrs. C. G Hor us by of Columbus, MLss., Mr nnd Mrs,. J. L. Hill, Carroll Simms Jr., MLsV Jane -Cummliigs of S 1 Louis; Max Mason of Hammonc Ind.. Mr and Mrs. George Young Mr. and Mrs. Hemba Young, Mr.< low golden bowl and flanked by Carl Baughman and daughter a triple tiered candelabra in which j of Hattlesburg, Mrs, Lillian Man burned alternate apple green andlncrs of Carbondale, III. Euzeiion Class Meets in Home Seven members of the Euzelian Class of the First Baptist Church met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Wilbur Oenning for business discussions, Mr.s. Joe Ramey was co-hostess for the session which opened with prayer by Mr.s. A. T. Hays. Mrs. Hc- bcr Linclquist presented the evening's devotional. Mrs. Da rry 1 Swaner conducted the business, sesslcn in which a nominating committee wa-s appointed. Prayer by Mrs. James Ltitistord preceded the social in which a dessert, course wns served. Wiggs Take Top League Honors Mr. nnd Mr.s. Grortje Wipgs took ii'p h'.»nors Thiiirdny night in the •ix tible E In well movement of the r ii(piirjr\tc Bridge League, Phvitv^ at Hotei Noble in the bl- ?*y.\'j session. Mr. and Mrs Mure ! I!. Ford won secorri high and Mrs. ^O'!''in Bailey and Mrs. Sam Sikes. M:lrd. Armorel HD Club Is Entertained A business session followed by clutch luncheon yesterday ente taincd 13 members and one gue of the ArmoTel Home Demonslri lion Club, who met at the home „ Mrs. R. L. AdkLsson. Mrs. Gertrud Ho 11 man, home demonstrate agent was the only guest. Prayer by Mrs. C. C. Elliott pn ceded the roll call by Mrs. Sa Hanley. Mrs. T. R. Watson presided ov the session during which 'Mrs. \ L. Smith presented the eye opene an apron made Irom hanclke chteFs. Mrs. Hollman displayed honK miute gifts alter which Mrs. w. O Anderson gave tips on poultry ral Insr. Mrs. Hollman directed » rour table discussion on the county [a held this fall. The business portion adjrnin with the repeating o! the Woma Creed. A luncheon followed. Bits of News Uy r ersonat Miss Betty Dodds and Edwin ubblefleld are spending the we»k- nd at Harding College, Searcy, s guests of Miss Millie Chambers. Mrs. J. B. Norris, Mr. »nd Mrs. rthur Johnson and Mrs. Hlbbard astleberry all of Castleberry, Fla., Ill arrive Monday afternoon to lend several days as guests of 1r. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norri». Mrs. Melvin Halsell and d»ugh- r. Diane, Mrs. Chester Nabera and :rs. Lillian Frank are spending he weekend In St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shelton left his afternoon for Outhrle, Ky., to e guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H (organ »nd daughter, Deborah Jor week. Midshipman Elwyn Caldwell ar,ved this week to spend a month 5 guest of his parents, Mr. and .Irs. A. E. Caldwell of Dell. Mld- htpman Caldwell has Just returned •oin a European cruise following il first year at tlie U. S. Nava cademy. He was a member of the '.S.S. Johnston crew. Prentis Jernlgan has arrived rom Ashland, Ky., where he had cen making his home while at- endlng Ashland Junior College, to e the guest of his parents, the cv. and Mrs. P. H. Jernigan he- ore continuing his studies unior this fall at Arkansas State 'ollcgfi, Jonesboro. Midshipman Jack Cook of the .. S. Naval Academy is spending everal weeks here as guest of hi: lother, Mrs. Gertrude Cook. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Forshee anc iiildrcn, Robbie, Linda and Charle.s Elvis of Matlawan. Mich., arrived ast ntght to spend a week^as guests r relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burnett and hildren Lievetle and Kenny Dumas are visiting friends here. Mrs. G. L. Heyde of Jackson, Mo. nd her sister, Mrs. M. P. Day, Sr. eturned to Blytheville yesterday rom Hot Springs where they ha< pent three weeks. Mr. Day itr. Heyde went to Hot Springs to .ccompany them home. Mr. anc ,Trs. Heyde left this afternoon for heir home In 'Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Jernfgan nd son left today for Jackson \ilss., to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Jernigan and son formerly e.slded In Ashland, Ky. Mrs. Jernl- and son had been visiting elatlves here. Mr. Jernigan arrlvec oday to accompany them to Jackson. Mr. and Mrs, Roy Lee Kirksej and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Burnet will return Monday night from several days vacation in Ashville N.C., Charleston, S.C.. and Atlanta Ga. Jackie Joy and PriscUlii Bur nett are spending several days in Parma. Mo., with relatives whil heir parents are away, Martha Lc Kirksey is the guest of her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wan Alene Wlmberly, was removed t her home on N. 6th this mornin from Blytheville Hospital where sh had undergone an appendectom last week. Her condition is reported as .satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Knlpple and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lawrence are spending the weekend in St. Louis. V\iss McKenzie ntroduced at Morning Party Mrs. Charles Edward Crfggor, Jr., nvlted 260 memters of Blytheville's social set to call at the Country 3lub between 10 and 12 this morn* ng to greet Miss Patricia McKen- 1ft of San Francisco, Calif., fiancee »f Charles Edward Crigger, III. Gue.*U were received In the spacious ballroom, which was attorned n an array of flowers, predominately white, suggestive of the chosen bridal theme. The table, from which coffee and iAorted foods were served the guests, was overlaid in crisp, snow white organdy, completely festooned In bows of while satin'and centered with white stock floating In gleaming silver. Swirls of silver streamers were Interspersed with the blooms, crystal birds stood at either side. Silver service was used exclusively on the all white study. A wrought ;iron glass top table stocd at a side holding a large bowl from which punch was dispensed. The base of the bowl was garJa ed with greenery studded at intervals with white stock. Entwined in -he delicate work of iron were trails of greenery caught In white satin puffs. Gladioli, snapdragons and pom |X>m chrysanthemums In a striking all white design topped the rustic mantel. Mrs. Crigger, Miss McKenzte and Mr.s. J. G. McKenzie of San Fran- ; Cisco, mother of the bride-elect, received the guests as they arrived, i For the occasion Mi-ss McK>rzie HS dressed in a frock of blue silk hantun? worn with harmonizing accessories and. a gift arrangement of fragrant gardenias. Mr.s. Eddie Saliba pre.senlerl fche program of background music. The spacious slaved sunnorch of the club was transformed Into a garden of summer blooms in pastel shades. Assisting Mrs. Cri^ger during the morning were Mrs. B. A. Gooch, Mrs. R A. Nelson. Mrs. Phillips Robinson Mrs, G. S. Atkinson, Mrs. Jack Robinson. Mrs. J. W. Adams. Mrs, Freeman Rnbinson. Mrs Millie Allison and Mrs. Samuel F. Morris. New School Stylt Monthly Dorcas SessionConducted A business-social meeting was held by the nine members of the. Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church, who met yesterday afternoon at the Claude Rowland home Prayer by co-hostess Mrs. J. W. Portloclc preceded the business dis- cuK^lpn^ A devotional by Mrs. Rowland and prayer by Mrs, C. L. McWaers. ST., adjourned the business portion. A social hour in which refreshments were served followed. By Sue Burnett A darling dress for the mta ;n'c-tecn ! Jgt that is ideal for the school term ahead. Cut on easy to $ew princess lineSj It buttons dowi the fron', has a scalloped ycki treatment. Pattern No. 8623 IB a sew-rili perforated pattern for siz?s, 6, 8. 10 12 years. S:ze 8, 2H yards of 39 inch. For U:is putcern, send 3Qc ti COINS vour name, address, siz desired and the PATTERN NUM ber io Sue Burnett, Couriei News 312 W Qulncy Street, Chicago, 6. U Don't miss (he Fall and Wlnte FASHION. It contains 48 pages o new stylos, simple to make frock, for aJl ages; decoratittg tricks; gll patterns printed inside the bool* Send 25 cents today. They will attend tomorrow. ball game there At The Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed; J. B. HoHy, Holland. Alene Wimberly, City, Betty NelJ Holland. City. Mrs. Andrew Conley and Hermondale. Mrs. Nancy TrLsler, City, baby, Elizabeth and Philip Will Visit Truman LONDON. Aug. 4. (AP)—Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip have accepted an Invitation to visit President Truman in Washington Oct. 24-26. An official announcement from Buckingham. Palace said the 25- year-old heir presumptive to the British throne and her husband will stay at Blair House, President Tru- mans residence while the White House U under reconstruction. An artificial star, made of tungsten filament housed in a box carried from one mountain peak to another, has been developed ant ured a& R standard to aid In measuring the distance of real stars. LUXORA NEWS Bj Mn O. C. Drtnt The American Legion Auxiliary ict Thursday night at the Legion ut with seven members present, frs. Willie Tate. presided over the isiness meeting due to the absence ' the president and vlce-pres'ident. liss Elizabeth Hanna, \vho attend- d Girls Slat* as a representative rom Luxora, gave a talk on her xperiences and activities while lere, Mrs. Murray Richardson enter- ained for her daughter, Aleda aye, on her fifth birthday with a arty at their home. Twenty-guests layed games on the lawn. Miss Nan Adams \vas honored un er third birthday with a parly gh'- n by her mother, Mrs. Tye Adams, n Wednesday afternoon at the high chool cafeteria. Twelve guests were resent. Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Howard and !r. and Mrs. Charles Ramey and imlly, who are visiting here from Chicago, spent Monday in Lexing- on, Tenn.. visiting relatives there. Tommy Stanford, who returned Dnie last Sunday from R.O.T.C amp at Ft. Hood, Texas, and his ousln. Cnqrles Howard, are spend- ig the week end at Hardy. Ark. Sudsy Solution r reshens Fiber Shoes/ Purses By ALICIA HART , NEA Staff'Wri(«r Tf dust and grime are beginning to give your straw handbag or your nylon mesh shoes a discouraged, weary look, now's the time to' Jlv« them The mid-season lift. Cleanliness Institute »ug. gests * dry-suds method for freshening up your non-leather punet and slippers. Speed and a light touch are your watch-words In au»v cessfully cleaning these open-wofB or porous materials. Begin by whipping up a Mil froth of suds In a bowl in your bathroom basin or kitchen sink. A rotary eggbeater or an electric mixer is a good aid in working up a good lather. Next brush the fabric or fiber with a clean, dry brush to remove surface dirt. Then wrap one hand In a towel and jnsert it In the shoei to absorb moisture while you're working with the suds. If your project is a purse, a small hand-towel folded Inside will offer similar advantage. You're now ready to apply th« suds, which are carefully scooped from the very top of the lather with a sponge or a brush. Clean on« small section at a time, wiping each Tommy Gnllis, son of Mr. and-area clean r.s you KO wilh a cloth Irs. Tom Cnllis, ivlio Is working In St. Louis for the summer, spent last \-eek here with his parents. Mrs. T. L. Stanford honored Mrs. Charles Ramey last Wednesday at ler home with a luncheon. Nine guests were present for the affair with out-of-town guests being Mrs. ius Fraxier of West Memphis and Mrs. A. J. Lynch of Memphis. G. C. Driver, Jr., who has been in Kennedy Hospital in Memphis, for he past two weeks returned home ast Monday. Mrs. Russell Bowen. who has been visiting In Bentonville for the past month with her father, who is il, returned home Thursday. Mrs. B. E. Erben and son, Frederick, of Birmingham, Ala., are here for several weeks' visit with Mrs. Erben's daughter and son* Mr. and wrung out in clear water. Avoid saturating the material. To dry. stuff ynur handbag with crumpled tissue paper, and place shoe-trees In your shoes. An airy, non-sunny olace Is the proper spot for drying them. Mrs. Woodrow Fordeecey. Edward Stanford left Wednesday for Kilgorc. Texas, where he will work for the remainder of the summer. The Young Business Men's Clasi of the First Baptist Church tained the members and visito a watermelon party at Rosa Pocks Tuesday evening. Joe Olive, teacher, sponsored the affair. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Chltwood, of Mulberry, Arkansas, were recent visitors here with their son, Auten Chitwood and family. nt^ rsifl| ocks* Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Coming Events Social Calendar Monday First Baptist WMU meets at th church for business session. WSCS of First Methodist Churc has 3 p.m. meeting at tlie church. Wesleyan Service Guild of Pirst- Methodist Church meets with Mrs. B. P. Scott at 1:30 p.m. Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church has 3 p.m. session at the church. Tuecday American Legion Auxiliary hat 8 p.m. meeting: at the Hut. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Mrs. Otto Scrape hostess to TLE Club. Mrs. Paul Job* entertaining Club Eight. Thursday Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. J. P. Friend. Mrs. Charles Afflick hostess to Kibitzer Club. Duplicate Bridge League hat 7:30 p.m. session at Hotel NoBle. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Listen to Kl.CN al 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box "Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens al 1:45—Show -Starts 2:01) I'.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY Titanium, which sonn m»v bec-m. nu important structural meiM bv Itself, lias been used for at lenst ,M vc.irs as an nlloytng mntcrinl In skel 'Where Christ and Christians Meet" CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAY! Sermons: Morning: "The Hich Fool" Evening: "Conversion of Saul" KLCN 12:15-12:30 Daily Early Service 8:45 Everybody Welcome n r SHARP Evangelist Song l,earl«r— James Thompson Second Service 10:50 Song Lender— W. T. Shellon CHURCH OF CHRIST Main at Highway 61 ^^^E Moke the R1TZ Your Entertainment Headquarters EEEE NO MOSQUITOES — - NO BUGS SMOKING LOUNGE FOR COMPLETE RELAXATION. ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE TELEVISION SHOW IN THE BEAUTIFUL RITZ TELEVISION LOUNGE. Th« Newest and Best Picture! First Saturday CONTACT — The Right People for That Job BELLE UEGEAHD VERA RALSTON JOHN CARROLL AMTMUC Serial: "Roar of the Iron HorM" 1 Aho Cartoon Cont. Showing 1Z:30— 1I:M Sunday & Monday 'Double Crossbones' •iarrinf Donald O'Connor Helena Carter Paramount Ncwi A Selected Shorts Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BmHliVIl I E COURILR Niiws - re AIR CONDITIOMD tlr Conditioned or B>frireratl«» Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Start! 6:45 p.m. Saturday A RtPUKK rXTW Also Serial "Don Daredevil" No. 7 Cartoon Continuous Showing Saturday 12:30-11-.30 Sunday & Monday Double E«Un I •MOiuimtTiifiir:--! vrTi"fftti-Mr.-iinia^mr™ — J rwifecwvvMta-*** WCM<*A m< '—UJS— American Guerilla in th« Philippines with Tyrone Power METRO NEWS: L

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