The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 18, 1951 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 18, 1951
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FAGI TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 1«, llfl J«na Shelton, Society Editor C. E. Crigger III Claims Bride In Little Rock A 4:30 p.m. ceremony this afternoon in Little Rock will unite in marringe Miss Patricia Ann JIcKenzie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Gore JIcKenzie and Charles Edward Crigger III, son of Jlr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Crigger, Jr., of Blytheville. The double ring ceremony will be read at the Second Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Claude Wardlaw will officiate at the double ring ceremony before An arch formed of myriads of candles set against » background of southern smllax nnd wooriwardia. Arrangements of white chrysanthemums and pom poms .caught in .maline bows resting on stately white columns will alternate with seven branched candel- abri. As the wedding guests assemble Mrs. O. H. Mathls. organist wlllt present the program of nuptial music and will accompany soloist. Mrs. George Kaupoff, who will sing. "I Love Thee" and "Through the Years." The bride will be given In innr- rlage by her father, Jonathan Gore McKenzIe and will enter the sanctuary down the center aisle which will be marked with bouquets of chrysanthumums and frothy ma- llne. * She will b« gowned in Imported Chantilly .lace combined with French marquisette and arranged over duchess satin. The snug bodice has a bertha collar and fitted lace •leeves indlng In calla. Illy points over th« hand», Her sweeping skirt ends in - a court train and is conv pletely banded In tiny pleats of the marquisette. Her cathedral length veil of misty French illusion is •aught with a net and satin cloche encrusted with pearls. She will carry a prayer book of white satin topped with a single white orchid and showered with lilies of the valley and stephanotis: Her only ornament will be a strand of pearls, a gVt of the groom. Attendants to White Miss Marylene McKenzie of Paw- husfc*, Okl»., will serve as her oousin'i maid.of honor. She will be dreMed in a model of swirling white set complemented with a >ash of aattn and a net headdress studded in sparkling rhinestones. Bridesmaid*. MlM Henrietta. Matthews of Dillu, Tei., cousin of the bride, UlM Jan« Hfttnmontfs of- Stuttgart, MlM.', Miss Sylvlan Stewart of Magnolia and Miss Carolyn Scruggs of Little Rock will be dressed exactly u.tha maid of honor and all will carry rubrum lilies tied In Better } Times satin ribbons. I 8«rtih Teague of Little Rock will '•ervi u flower girl. She will wear on embroidered organdy frock and Tv,wHI complete her costume with a, :;hemddress Identical to those of the other feminine attendants. She will carry a nlaline trimmed basket of rose petals. Charles E. Crigger, Jr., will serve his son a> beat man. Ushers will be Russell Phillips, Jr., of Blytheville, Allison Fleetwood of Memphis, cons. Ins of the groom, William Perry Galloway of Augusta, and William Lamar Young, Jr., of Dallas, Tex. Stephen Smith o f Stuttgart, cousin of the bride, will be ring bearer. Hotel Reception Immediately following the ceremony the couple will receive the wedding guests at a reception in the Mirror Room of the Albert Pike Hotel. Gleaming white satin will overlay the bride's table which will be garlanded with smllax and nosegays of llllefi of the valley, caught with stephanotis and bridal roses. Silver candelabra holding lighted white tapers set in maline will stand at either side of the tiered bride's cake. The base of the cake will be encircled with the table flowers. The adjoining side table will feature a bridal study identical to that of the bride's table. White chrysanthemums will float in crystal Mrs. Ray Whlttlngton will leave In the morning for Newport News, week with S/Sgt. Whittington who Is stationed at Langley Field with the Atkinson and son, I Miss Mildred Meador I« Married in Memphis Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Meador of Blytheville announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Mildred Meador. to Pfc. George D. Long, son of Mrs. T. M. Long and the late Mr. Long of Batesvllle. The double ring ceremony was Air Force. Mrs. Gean EXCHANGES VOWS TODAY—Charles Edward Crigger, III will claim Miss Patricia Ann McKenzIe as his bride this afternoon In a ceremony to be performed in Little Rock. The couple will make their home in Fnyetteville where both are seniors at the University of Arkansas. bride. Mrs. McKenzIe, who will be dressed in B cocktail length gown of cortil chiffon worn with match- Ing accessories. Pink lace will fashion the cock- tall length gown worn by mother of the groom, Mrs. Crigger. She will wear accessories of a matching hue. Mrs. McKenz.le will wear brown or- chllds, ami Mrs. Crigger will be presented green orchid.s, Assisting at the reception will be, Mrs. A, F. Madison, Jr., Mrs. D. H. Duughcrty, Jr., Mrs. Elennor Hill, Miss Patricia Pickcns, Miss . Bobor Miss Rose Jacque Galloway, Miss Mary Wlnburn, Miss Mary Lyons, Miss Marianne. Williams, Miss Dora Luten. all of Little Rock. Mrs. Mnltland Rutlertge of Portland, Miss Janet Dlckman of Pine Dluff, Mrs. George D. Stlter, Miss Mnfy Van Martin. Mrs. L. V. Mnr- tln. Mrs. D. H. nnugherty, Sr., and Mrs. M. J. Harrison. Mrs. T. B. Hransford will have charge of the bride's book. For traveling on n wedding trip to California the bride has selected a suit of oyster white linen with accessories of blnck and a single white orchid. Upon their return (he couple will be at home in Fayetteville where they will resume their studies this fall as seniors at the University of Arkansas. The large list of out-of-town will include, C. E. Crigger, grandfather of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regenold, and John Ed Rcg- eaold, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips, Samuel P. Morris nnd Miss Maurene Norris, all of Bl>theville. A whirl of pre-miptlal events the past weeks in Little Rock have feted the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Crigger, Jr., last night concluded the festivities with a rehearsal dinner In the Terrace Room ot the Sam Peck Hotel. ••• Gean left this morning for a vacation at Point Clear, Fla. Pat Burks left this morning for Pine Blun where he will be joined by Miss Sally Plesdate to attend the state convention of Kappa Sigma fraternity this weekend in Hot Springs. Pat Rleves of Augusta, Miss Ann Bakeman of Marlanna, Jimmy White and Homer Crane of Fort Smith arrived yesterday to be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Galnes. They came especially for the marriage of Miss Mary Frances Galnes and Bill Ray Nunnelee tomorrow. Dr. Karl Undqulst of Port Smith, secretary of the Arkansas Chiropractic Stale Board of Examiners was the Wednesday and Thursday guest of his brother, Dr. T. Llnd- t|lllst. He Is making an official visit to chlrpractors of this section and was accompanied here by Mrs. Linl- qulst and son, Karl James. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Wells and son, Johnny of Traveres, Fla., were the Thursday night guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton. They were accompanied by their daughter and sister. Miss Mary Pat Wells who remained for a visit. They had been on a six weeks tour of the New England states ami Canada. Miss Imogene Maynard arrived today from her home in Gamalia, to be the guest of Miss Millie Chambers and Miss Betty Dodds. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Smith and daughter. Barbara Lynn have returned from Memphis and Jackson. Tenn.. where they had spent the past week. Robert and Joseph W. McHaney left today for Chicago to attend the National Monument Convention. They will return Thursday. Ensign W. S. Hines. Jr.. arrived last night by plane from Charleston, S. C. to be the weekend guest of Miss Mary Sue Crafton and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Graf- performed .Saturday, Aug. 11, at the Union Avenue Methodist Church in Memphis. Dr. Wayne Lamb officiated at the ceremony read before families and mmedlate friends of the couple. Miss Ernestine French of Blythe- llle served as maid of honor. Miss French wore an original gown of iameo pink lace. She selected ac- :essorles of white and pinned a purple throated orchid at her houlder. The bride selected for her wedding costume an original gown by Filocl of blue imported French lace arranged over net. She wore match- ng accessories of blue and pink. Her bridal flower was a single white orchid set atop a prayer book and caught In streamers of pink satin. Jimmy Williams of Blytheville served as best man. Immediately following the ceremony the couple left on a brief wedding trip. Mrs. Long was graduated from Blytheville High School where sh<_ participated In various activities MARRIAGE TOLD — Mrs. Georjje D. Long was until her Saturday marriage in Memphis, Misg Mikiretl Mead- r of Blytheville. The bride is a former Sudhui'y School facility member. Pfc. Long is the son of Mrs. T. M. Long and the late Jlr, Long of Batesville. v he attended Arkansas State Col- cge where she was a member of Ipha Omlcron PI social sorority nd was a 1949-51 faculty member Mrs. Haralson Tells ployed at McMillen Feed Mills, Inc., of Memphis. Pfc. Long attended Batesville High School and was graduated from Jimmy Dorsey Mimnry fonce acnoc Cisco. Calif. For the p he has swved wit! Forces with several seas duty. Marriage L the Aimed Breakfast This Morning Continues Bridal Events An entertaining room of the Rustic Inn was the setting this morning "for a hreakfnst complimenting Manila bride-to-be. Miss Betty Jean Flecman. who plans an Aug. 31 marriage to Max Henrlch Scrn'ader of Anamosla, la. Yellow was the color selected to predominate in the decorations used for the pre-nuplial nvent for which Mrs. O. T. Elliott. Jr., Mrs. James Gardner nnd Mrs, Mas Wallers \\-crr. hostesses. Breakfast wn.s served 13 guests who were scaled at a single long table topped by dainty inixeil blooms. Place cards in pastel hues were used for the early morning affair. Miss Flecman pinned lemon yellow carnations, n gift of the hostesses to the gray summer frock which she had selected for the bowls set about the spacious room.! affair. Receiving the guests with the^ The hostesses' gift was a white bridal couple will be mother oi the I blanket. Dinner Party Tonight To Honor Engaged Couple A dinner party tonight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton on West Chickasawba will compliment Mlu Mary Prances dallies, nnd Bill. Ray Nunelce of Fort mlltirwho will be married tomor- JW at" 4. , A design of all white summer Blooms will form -the centerpiece ;or the central serving table, clus- :ers of pastel flowers will top each of the small tables spaced about the patio and an entertaining room. The need for volunteer workers to assist In entertaining and pro- iding recreation for veterans in ariou.5 hranches of the Arnied Forces In Memphis was pointed out ">y Mrs, Floyd Har&lson, Red Cross •'ield Director, last' night at the :alled meeting of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. The chapter convened at Rustic :nn with Mrs. W. J. PolJard, chapter sponsor, introducing the guest speaker As a result ol Mrs. Haralson's address the chapter voted to undertake an extended project of recreation and entertainment in veterans hospitals in Mem- TO PlOV Qt Club I The fo "owing couples obtained •* imarriapp. lirpn*e<: vpq^rrinv nK (VIA ton. J. C. Drake, Jr., will leave Tuesday for Mississippi State College. Starkville to resume his studies. B-azy Crafton returned Wednesday from Houston. Tex., where he had spent seevral weeks as guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Tomlln- son. While there he also visited In Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Giles. Jr. of Albany. N. Y., announce the birth of a daughter, Aug. 17 at Wesson Maternity Hospital, Springfield Mass. She Is their first child anc has been named Rebecca t,ynn.Mrs '' 8gt. Harry'"O; from Keesler, Field. Btloxl to sepnd several days with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Russell C..Farr. They wll be Joined Monday by Lt. Russel H. Farr, Mrs. Farr and son, C5ary former Blvtheville residents now o Fort Sill, Okla., who will remain foi phis. for Tentative plans were discussed Sunday cofTee hour to be given soon. Mrs. Pollard was hostess for the evening. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Wayne Moore and baby City . Mrs. Ralph Threhteld and baby City Mrs. Harold Kennlson. Oobler Mo. -Mrs. Dora, Davis, City - K ' Blxtherllle Hospital • Dismissed:^. Bobby Treece, City Mrs. T. J. Ashmore, City For the occasion Gnlncs has selected a brown and white cotton trouscau frock. The full skirt is plaid and Is topped with a Jacket of crisp white plmie. Following dinner the 22 gucsfs will spend the evening Informally. Mrs. Rosco Crafton will assist Mrs. Crafton In serving. • * * Miss Slankard Again Feted With Party Tiny zinnias, periwinkle and mixed summer blooms were combined to form the center design marking the dining table at the E. B. Woodson home Ihls morning for the pre- miplial breakfast feting Miss Bonita Slankard. Mrs. Robert Q. McHaney was hostess for the event which continues the series of parlies honoring the bride-elect prior to hr-r Monday marriage to Wade O. Reeves. Jr. Loops of white satin holding tiny blooms adorned the place cards used. The spacious entertaining I rooms where the guests were later seated for emorolaerlng tea towel, held bowls ot periwinkle. Mrs. McHaney presented the hon. oree with cnnary yelllow carnation caught in heaven blue satin, hcrsif for the guest of honor's new horn was a vase. Tea towels embroidered during the morning were later presented the honoree. Mrs. W. M. Williams and Mrs. Chnrles Penn assisted Mrs. McHaney during the morning. 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Lawrence anc family of LaMont, Calif., are spend ing three weks as guests of Mr. mn< Mrs. Scott Manley. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Graves ani family have returned from a week' vacation at Rockaway Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Worthy ani daughters, Miss Doris Worthy .and Nancy will be the Sunday guests o Mr. Worthy's sister, Mrs. Loy Welc And Mr. Welch. Nancy will remai for a week's visit, the others w return home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Manley hav as their gueste, Mrs. Opal Craw ford and son of Rector. marriage licenses yesterday at the Sept. 12 is Ihe date which has ieen reserved at Blytheville'Coun- ry Club for the apearance of Jimmy Dorsey and his 17 piece orches- ra, it was announced today by E. " Cure. Country club members and oiil- jf-town guests will dance to the music of one of the nation's top 'land. The program will fea- ,ure Shorty Sherocx, Karl Kiffe, Sandy Evans and Pat O'Connor. Washington. D. C., has 50 miles of bridle paths. REV. SAM WATSON, ot Wll .son, will hold a series of Evan gelistic Services beginning August 19 at Half Moon Meth odist Church. B. W. Stallcup Pastor. GOSPEL MEETING 8:00 p.m. — August 19 through 28th — 8:00 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST Main at Division W. T. Shelton Son; Director Roy E. Cogdill of I.ufkln, Texat Anthor - Debater - Trencher H. F. Sharp Ixical Evangelist WANT, -ADS KfNT SELL BUY TMM iTC. Slllam H. Mitchell and Mrs lildred E. Grassel, both of Ham- Coming Events Social Calendar Miss Mary France* Galnes-BlU Ray Nunnelee wed at th« First Christian Church at 4 pjn. Monday First Methodist Church Circle* meet-Circle One, Mrs. J. W. Adams with Mrs. Winifred Wyatt, co- hostess; Circle Two, Mrs. Jame* Dates, 10 a-m.; Circle Three, Mrs. F. E. Black; Circle Four, Mrs, Jot 'erguson; Circle Five, Mrs. Max Reid; Circle Six, Mrs. Dick J.' Mrs, E. J. Cure co-hostess. Miss Bonita Slankard become! the bride of Wade O. Reeves, Jr., at 10 a.m. at the First Baptist Church- General meeting of the Women of the First Presbyterian Church at 2:30 at the church. Lnke Street Methodist Circles meet^-Circle One at 7:30 p.m. at the church; Circle Two, 2:30 p.m. at the church. Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meels at 1:30 p.m. at the Country Club. Circle Seven of the First Methodist Church has 8 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs..W. H. OTCeefe. Wednesday Mrs. Graham. Sudbury hostes* to Club Eight. TLE Club meets at the home of Mrs. Joe Neely. Thursday Mrs. George Sallba. Jr., hoatew to Thursday Rook Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League rneeU at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. mond, Ind. C. P. Crawford of Luxora and Mrs. Lexie Gene Sweat of Blythe- Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Bo.\ Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY Make tte fclTZ Y6ur Entertainment- Headquarters NO MOSQUITOES NO BUGS CONTACT — The Kight People for That Job Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYIHHVII IE COURIER NHWS SATURDAY —2 BIG HITS! GOLD BANDITS in GUN LAND! rid aix-gun rangei fnto thftir lairl JOHMYMACKl BROWN SUWVAN DAHI MURPHY-HAKN Also Serial: "Roar of the Iron Horse" & Cartoon. Cont. 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