The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 20, 1951 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 20, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.)' COtmiER NEWS WOWOAY, AUGUST », Jane Slielton, Society Kditor Nuptial Vows Repeated In Church Ceremony The First Christian Church yesterday was the .setting for the marriage of Miss Mary Frances CJainos,* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gaines of BlytlieviMe to Bill Ray Nun- uelee, son uf Mr. and Mr.s. Ray Nunnclce of l»\>rl Smith. The Rev. Roy I. Barley, minister of the First .Methodist Church heard the exchange uf vows, at 4 p.m. Mrs. C. M. Smart. im*anKf a nit Mi.=s Jo Ann Tricschmann, vocalist prs friuert the nuptial music as (he w retting guests assembler.!. Mrs. Smait's selections included the traditional wedding marches, soft strains of "Ave Marifi" and "Clatr de I.une" could be heard as the vows were exchanged. Preceding the critiy of the wed- alug party Miss Trlt?sc.':niann sung, "I Lo*. e 'Hiec." "All for Thee "The Lord's Prnyer." A formal gown of vih::e oruiimiy ivn.s selected by Miss Tricschmann. Her off-the- shoulder goun had A brief cape * and featured an embroidery trim. An Afternoon gown of white silk trimmed In rows of lace and embroidery was selected by Mr.s. SumrL Both were presented cor- sage.s of white carnations. j White carnation* entwined the large arch which formed the focnl point of interest before the platform where the party assembled. Masses of - ^reenen* formed 1 h n backdrop. At either side of the blossom adorned aim burned cathedral tapers In branched candelabra. Set immediately before each candelabra were large floor baskets filled with white gladioli. White cloth marked the aisles used by the* party, while puffs of while satin designated the family pews. Miss Ramona Graf Ion attended as maid of honor, n-lrti Mrs. \Vil- Jtam M. Jontz. w>o served o^ her sister's matron of honor entering the sanctuary immediately preceding the bride and her father. They wore identical formal gowns fashioned from frosty white orgrui- dy trimmed In eyelet organdy and frothy lace. Their waists were encircled with sashes of heaven bine satin and they completed their , costumes with Juliet caps. Dyed blue asters formed the fan ahaped bouquets carried by the attendant. 1 !. The entire design rested in white satin. N«t Gown The bride entered the central Aisle to the enlivened strains of the "Wedding March" escorted by her father, R. L. Games who gave her iri marriage. Her formal gown WAS [ashioncil of nylon net with the snug fitting i bodice ending In a high neckline. Tiny self covered buttons closed the bodice to the waistline. The long flowing skirt which ended In a f weeping" cathedral train wss ol swirls of nylon net with taffeta Insets alternating down the strikingly simple gown. Her net veil was attached to a half crown lint which was encrusted In pearls. A white prayer book adorned with R single white ^orchid showered in siephanotis w a s carried by the bride as she exchanged nuptial \ows. Streamers of white satin flowed away from the center design. Eddie Lee Nunnclce served as his brother'.s best man. Homer Clarence Grain. Jr., Jimmy whl'.e of Fort Smith, Graham Partlow and William M. Jontz of Blycheville were tishers. Mr. and Mrs. Galnes entertain- eri immediately following with a re ception for the wedding guests it the Rustic Inn, Tiered Cake The tour tiered bride's cake, a study In while topprd with twlnk- | fi(1> liii?"silver wedding brlls wa.s foc.U j *"« Bits oi News tfy / erjonaf Miss Nance Weds Herbert R. Crump At Maiden W. A. Nies and son, Carl David [ Port Angeles, Wash,, are the yuesls of Mr. Mies' brother, Dr. Carl i and Dr. Edna Nies. The group spent Saturday In Memphis. Mrs, W. T. Shelton was admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital today lor treatment, Mr. and Mrs. Charley CliLsum ol Honiersville and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gklllam ol Blytheville returned today Trom Lake Norfork where they had spent the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. William Ellis and son, Ronny, spent the weekend in Humboldt as Ruest.s of Mr. Ellis' mother, Mrs. E. C. Harper and Mr. HEirper. Mrs. Harry W. Halnes and Miss Nancy Hughes left today for Washington, D. C.. where Mrs. Halnes will he the guest of Miss Cynthia Daley and her mother, Mrs. Dorothy 'Mullen. Miss Hughes, who makes her home In Washington whore she is employed hi the office uf Hep. E. C, Galhingx, had been .spending several days here as guest ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. D, Hughes. Mr. and Mrs, Bill Southerd and daughter spent last week with relatives In Wynne. Mr.s. Agnes SkeJton ol Memphis Is the liouseguest of her mother Mrs- J. W. Portlock. Mr. and Mrs, Gene Strickland and Mrs. W. L, Green left tociay for Mayncld, Ky., to spend several days with relatives. Mrs, C. M. Oliver, former resl- Miss Eliza belli Jean Nance, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs, Harold M. Nance of Maiden, Saturday became the bride of Herbert Ralph Crump, son of Mrs, AJvena Crump BKCOME9 BRIDE —Mrs. Herbert Ralph Crump was until her Sat- mar- of Fulton, MO,, in a double ring ceremony performed at the Maiden . . ., Methodist Church.'Hie bride is the nage in Maiden granddaughter of the R«v. and MlSS Elizabeth Mrs. W. J. LeRoy, former Blythft- Jean Nance ville residents. The Rev. Mr. Le- f » flnff i.* pl . nf ' Roy Is a former pastor of the «auglliei 01 Lake Street Methodist Church. the KCV. and The father of the bride officiated Mrs. Harold M, at the service read at 4:30 before \T nm , p n f \\. A \ a gathering of relatives and friend-. *™™£ J ,tl Floor baskets of gladioli set before a background o f greenery formed the setting. The glow of many lighted tapers provided the illumination; Miss Jan« Shade of Hayti attended as maid of honor. The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, Harold Nance of Blylhevllle, chose for her n. She is the granddaughter of the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. LeRoy, former BlythevilLe residents. A1A!lKIKI> VESTKfinAY—Mr. and Mrs. Hill Ray Numujlce are shown nt the reception nt Itusilc inn following their -1 p.m. marriage at the Christian Church. Mr.s. Nunnclce Is the former Miss Msiry Frances Gaines of 'Blytheville. Mm; HakiT Wilson. Miss Patsy Be-* • shnrse presided at the guest's book, ] ?5 At lend Month! V The cotiole left Immediatclv fol-l ^ miCUU 1UOIUIU} The couple left Immediately following on a northern wedding trip after which they \\tll he at home la FaycLlex'ille where thoy will continue their studies at the University of Arkansas. An Esimbcrg original was .s elect- cl by Hie bride for traveling. Her j costume n( blue was covered In. an i oyster white linen cont anrt com- j Supper-Dance at Hotel Approximately 125 members and,.') of Ihe Cotillion Club attended the tnonthly supper-dance Saturday night It) Ihe Mirror Room of (Intel Noble for which Mr. and Mrs, E. J. Cure, Dr. find Mrs. J. E. Beas- ploted with ficccssorics of navy blue : ley, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendler. velvet. She so!cc(nd a .sailor hat aiulj Mr, and Mrs. J. L- Gunn and Mr. pinned (he orchid from her bridal ; am } . Mr ? Bcn Hnrpole were hosts bouquet nt her shoulder line. Out-of-lo\vti guests included Mrs, John Hartley of New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kcrfoot of Poua- hontns. Mr. niul Mrs. G cor Re, Bowden and .soil. Phillips of Memphis. Miss Anniiljcll White, of Marlon, nnd hostesses. The evening was spent in dancing during which party Coeds and Iced drinks were server! from a central table topped with a bouquet of mixed summer blooms. dent, now making her home with her daughter. Mrs, Norman Bunch of Torrancc. Calif,, Is a patient at the Harbor Hospital of that city. She U reported seriously 111 but Is slightly improved and will be hospitalized for some time yet. Mr. niHi Mrs. E. R, Mason left yesterday for Fayettavllle to spend several days with their son,- Gary, who is a student at the University of Arkansas. Mrs. Mark Richards and three children will arrive today from their home in Bristol, Va., to visit, Mrs, Richards' parents, Mr. and Mrs, M. A. Isaacs. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Sudbury and children. La Neai. Lydla Jo and Harold Jr., have returned from Lake Tahacohma where they had vacationed tor several days. Miss Geneva Shlblcy, Miss Barbara Jean Saliba and Miss Josephine Shtbley left yesterday for Hot' Springs where they will vacation for several days, Mr, and Mrs. Berry Brooks and daughter, Miss Virginia Brooks and Mr. Brooks' nephew, all of Meni- Out-of-town residents included Mr. and Mr.s, Bnycc WiUard of \V J st! In Ihe Ruest lUt were Mr. and Mrs. Memphis, grandfather 6f the bride, ] Bill Roblmon of Memphis, guests of l.eivls Newblll of Dyersbnrg. Mr. and Mrs.- Buck Nowblil. and children. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newblll and son, Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. Elman Jr.sler nnd children, Mrs, Doc Prince, Mr.s, Homer llendrix .nil of Dycr.sburg, Pat Rlcves of August:*. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nnnnrlee. parents' of i P) • _ I the groom. Homer Clarence Crnln.,i 1x6 V t VQ T Jr., Jimmy White, and Eddie Lee i Nunnelce o( Fort Sitsit) Mr. and Mr.s. J. L. Gunn. and Mrs. Dixie, Crawford of Jonesboro. guesU of Mr. .anil Mrs. Riley B. Jones. Chapel Begins wedding costume a white organdy gown arranged over taffeta. The fitted bodice was edged tn scallops and her fingertip veil of misty illusion was attached to a cap of lace and was appliqued in lace medallions, f She carried a bouquet of white gladioli and tuberoses completely edged in net and tied in white satin which flowed away a profusion of streamers. Pfc. Marvin Crump attended as his brother's best man. The Women's Society of Christian Service was hostess for a reception immediately following. For traveling later in the afternoon Mrs, Crump selected a frqck of orchid linen with which slie wore matching hat and completed her costume with navy blue accessories. The bride attended CaruthersViJle and Maiden Schools and* is a graduate of Central College. Payette. She will be a member ot the Otterville school faculty this year while the groom completes his senior year at Central College. He is a graduate of Fulton Schools and is a veteran of two years service with the Navy. phis, were Sunday guests of Mrs, Brooks' mother, Mrs. H. C. Knappenberger and Mr. Knappenberger Mr. and Mrs. Holland Alken announce the birth of a daughter. Aug 11 at Biyihcville Hospital. She -s their third child and lias been named Linda Rose. They have two sons Vernon. Ray and David Hubener. Mr. and Mrs. W. b. McLean ar rived Saturday afternoon from the! borne in Houston, Tex., to visit witl Mr.s. McLean's parents, Mr, -an 1 At The HotpittW BlythMlll. Dismissed: Mrs. Irwin Sherwood, da J. W. Morgan, City His. Otto Weaver, gteele. Mrs. H. R. Alken and baby, City Mrs. J. W. Massey and baby, City Mrs. Harvey Martin «nd baby, City Mrs, Elwood Deeti, City Mrs. Howard Caldwelt, Citf. Wall! Ho»pil>] Dismissed: Ovanli Potts, ateele. ^ Livestock Mrs. N, W. Kyle. Charles Cole of San Antonio, Tex,, visiting his mother, Mrs, R, J. Cole and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinson of .lemphis were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. J. L. Gunn and fam- George A. Lamb of LaFayeUe, La., who is visiting relatives here and grandson George R. Lamb spent yesterday visiting friends and re la- \ Jve-s of Portageville and Hayti. [ David Johnson, who is a student at Mississippi State College, Stark- vilfe is visiting his parents. Dr. and Mrs. R. L, Johnson and family. Mr. Johnson will resume his studies at Mississippi State this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Walters and daughters. Pat and Becky and Martha Ann Foster left Saturday night for Kansas City, Mo., where they will spend several days. Mrs, Dixie Crawford of Jonesboro was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Riley B. Jdnes. Mrs. Otis Cole and daughter, Olcnda Kay of San Antonio, Tex., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pruitt and Mrs. R. J. Cole and family. Mrs. Cole and daughter were accompanied to Blytheville by Miss Barbara Ann Pruitt, who had been spending the summer months there. They were, also accompanied '>y Mrs. J. W. Tarin and t^vree sons who will be the guests of Mrs. Turin's mother. Mrs. R. J. Cole and family. | Historic Relic WINNIPEG <.?> — The congregation of the Russian Orthodox Holy Trinity Church here held :i .special service of veneration for one of the oldest icons in the world, a painting of the Virgin Mary which is believed 10 have been done by • the Apostle St. Luke. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, ITl^ Aug. 20. (/Pj-(USDA)—Hogs 13,500: weights 180 Ibs'up 25 to 30 centa lower than Friday's average; som« late off 35 cents or more; 170 lb« down 25 to mostly 50 cents lower; sows steady to 25 cent* lower; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs 22.50-85; top 22.35 fairly freely early; some lat« sales 22.65 down; 240-210 Ibs 21.7522.35; 270-300 Ibs 21,25-75; 150-170 Ibs 20.75-21.15; a few 22.00; 120-J40 Ibs 18.OC-20.25; 100-110 Ibs 16-0017.50; sows 400 Ibs down 19.5020.50; heavier sows 17,50-19.25; stags 13.00-15.50; boars 10.50-13.50. Cattle 6.0:0; calves 1,500; a few loads choice steers 35.50-36.50, with good quality feeder steers 31.65; two Jaads high commercial and good ~':lahoma steers 32,00. r^aan, t-~, .. ~ i t M Ask Your. Grocer for 6&B SAUSAGE Pure Whole Hog Sao&aft Seasoned Just Right! A BLYTliEVIIJLE PRODUCT Air Conditioned by Refrigeration S/iop Our Windows, I "' ' ' ' ' " -J-T- f ; I ''' " What's New—In. Good Shoes! Miss Fleeman Reveals Wedding Party Plans Miss Belly JPIUI Fl"omni} of Ma- The Rev. Byron Epps, minister of the lliiTfman Baptist Church began a series,-'.of revival meetings yesterday at the Baptist Chapel on Lilly Street- Services will be conducted each evening at 7:30 p.m. and will con- ntln, daughter of Representative and: ttnue through Aug. 25. Mrs. Kugenc C, Fireman, today an-} The Rev. David McPonke Is song nounccd completed plans for her completed plans for marriage to Max Henrlch Schrador of Annmolan, la. The Rev. N. Caic will officiate nt the 7 p.m. ccrenuny to be per for met! Aug. 31 in the First Methodist Church of Manila. Mrs. Charles Kennel of Dell, or- gnnist nnd Noble Gill, vocalist will present the program of nuptial music. Mies Flceman has srtci'tcd her .sister, MIPS F'cgsy Jine Flcemnn lo nttetid as mnld of houcr. Bridesmaids will be. Mrs. John Allen <-f Cros5ett. Miss Patricia Padrten of fi!>revcn3iL I,n. Marry Mc-Kinuon will attend n.s flower Rivl. director with Bob Lassiter of Union University, Jnckson. Tenn., presenting .special music. Sr\, aider nt Aimmoisa will s his brother's Uesl man. point of interest. A culwork cloth j Ushers will be. Jon Sclinrd-r. hiv]\- overlaid the (able from which Hie ! er of the Rrntini, Won'ly Hark Tmv:i- ? i'-sls were served punch and nd. cousin nf the bride nntt sfier the couple had cut the UM-i Wallers of BlvthevlUr. ditionnl first piece of cal:e. i A reception will foliar hnmcdl- Swirls of fti-penery encircled Ihe^tclv in the home of the bride's base of the cak<-. fragrant gardenias 1 paiTnts. nestled in the srcencrv beds. Floor . * baskets of white gladioli completed'Z ~T n k I p the setting for the reception of the ; u ' kJL^lcr guests in an rntcrtaining room. j Assisting with the guests wt\5. Mrs. i Gaines, in other of the bride. -She i Played by League ot navy blue crepe which tcatnvi'd a nylon lace trim anri <*as \\orn with atjce^sorie^ of navy nine. As she received the guests Mrs Nunnclee, mother or the groom was ,^ r ,. dressed in an ensemble of shaded; l brown worn with matching accrs- .v>rles. Both mothers were presented shoulrier designs of orchids. Serving 'he gpests were Mr.s Boyre \Viliard of West Memphis. Mrs. Kd- die B David. Miss PMsy Regan. Mr* Betty Nell Holland. Miss Anne McLeod, Mrs. Robert Peterson and A six tnblc Howell movement was se.ssJon ot the DupJlcntr Bridge League. Mrs Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. H A. Lynrh took top tionois. \vitti \V. A. Afflick and Mrs. 5. E. rune wiuntnp second high. Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meets at 7:33 p.m. at the Country Club. Circle Seven of the First Me thud 1st Church has fl p,m. meeting nt the home ot Mrs. \V. H. O'Kecfe. Mi.s. Graham Sudbury ho.sles.s to Club Eisht. 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