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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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PAGE FOUR SLTI'HRVILLE, (ARK.) COUniBR NEWS <? • 4 Society Jane Shelton, Society Editor f TtJBBDAT, XUtUSl H, tNI Phone 4461 W. O. Reeves, J r. Claims Bride In Ghurch Ceremony ; In a 10 a.m. ceremony yesterday at the First Baptist Church, Miss Bonila Sue Slankard become the bride of H'ade 0. Reeves, Jr. -The Rev. E. C. Brown officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride Is tlir dauphtci of Mr. and Mr. 1 ;. H. O. Slankard of Fliiif, Mirh.. the gi'o"m the .son of Mr. and Mrs. Wade O. Rce/cs n[ Blythevill*. The satin laid pro dicu on which (he wedding blessing u; as received was the focal point of Interest b.'- fore the allnr where the ivrtri- A\il$ party assembled. Fern \va* amassed along the choir loft to provide the hnckdrop for baskets r.f satin tied white gladioli set along the door level. Seven branched candelabra in which burned cathedral tapers alternated with the large baskets. A spray of satin tied gladioli adorned the kneeling bench. r The aisles nsecl for the processional and recessional of the wedding party were marked with large puffs of white satin.* 'The program of nuptial music w.is given by.Mrs. C. M, Smart, organist and Miss Mary Jo Eaton, vocalist. As the guests assembled Mrs. Smart played, "Nocturne In E Plat" by Chopin. "Thou Art Like a Flower," by Schumann, "Dreams" by McAnnis, "Intermezzo" by Provost. "Because" by D'HardeJot" was —Courier News Photo Jill. AN!) AlltS. \v.\m; O. IIKUVKS, JK. -Shown immediately following tlicir marriage yesterday at the Fii.M Baptist Church. Mrs. Reeves is the former Miss Bonitn Slankard. Following their return from a wedding trip through the Smoky Mountains [hey will be at home In Blythcville. lected accessories of brown li/.ard mmg by Miss Eaton. The wedding: nnd p i ml( ,<i llcr bridal orchid at hei i M ~_ | I _ party entered the sanctuary to the; shoulder. /V\Qnila strains of the Bridal Chorus from! Meetings :Held in Homes Slid 1 , . - . „. ,„ , „ i Several nut - of-town residents Lohengrin by Wagner, while Men-j wcre lnc i ll( j e d In the guest list. deJssohn s Wedding March from a I "Midsummer Nig.ib's Dream" was' heard during the recessional. Mrs, Bmart was dressed In ji (rock of whit* pique. Miss Eaton selected n heavenly blue embroidered organdy arranged over blue taffeta. Miw j Eaton wax presented pnle pink cnr-| circle meetings were licld ye.sler- natlona, a design ot blue alters and | day by members or the Wnmens ptnk carnations were .worn by Mrs. i Society of Chrlsiimi Service o/ I)j<\ Bmart. Flvst Methodist Cluirch who met During the exchange of vowa! in home.v •trains of "Clalr de Lime" by De| MIS. j. w. Ariatns was hostess lo Bussey were played. Th* aUtely tapers were lighted by Miss Marilyn Deen and Miss Kathryn Martin preceding the tntry of the wedding party. They wore identicaJ gowns of whft* embossed organdy. Tlie ern- 'plre bodices were shirred with a high neckline, tiny turn back col- 1 tar's-completed the waist. The full gathered skirU were ballerina length 'wfth'Mtas Deen's being arranged over canary yellow, MlK Martin's over leaf green. They completed their costumes with wristlets of /pink rosebuds. - rv • ,--' Original Gown "Hie bride entered on the arm of Char IPS Hay lies of Hornersville. M*- t who escorted her to the altar where she was given tn marriage. The bride selected an original fown of chantllly lace posed over duchess satin. The full nklrt was ballerina length. Fashioned with a bask waist, tiny self covered buttons closed the center front to the waist line, long fitted sleeves buttoned at the. wrist and flared away to end in lily points over the hRiid. A lily point' stand up collar encircled her throat, A tiara shaped bonnet, istMiltled with seed pearls held secure her fingertip veil of imported French Illusion. She carried a white satir. Bible mounted with a pure white orchid Mirrotinded by tuberoses. Ribbous of satin In "which were t-ied ro^es, flowed away Into a profusion of streamers. Mrs. Henry Dodd served as » run of honor. She entered drcj in a ballerina length gown of mint, greeii net which featured a lilted bo^ce and a di-mure Peter Pan ' collar. The swirling net skin u\is arranged over 'item lafi'eta wilh hoops poi--ert tinder a self m!tic Gauntl?is and match.:ig hat ro»i- pUicd her aUlre-. She (\vii?c a bc,;;nuel of pink ro.%e<:. white ^stor^ caught in Hi 1 h ' [jink-ntMi. Henry Dcdd strvcrt as bc^t man w.'ii James , ..r-iL-rook ai:,i l)a:i For her .>o;i':j jnnrria.se Mr,* Reeve/ was die,; :::ct in a Franklin or-jinal o: crov.n ,-lifer rrrpe triu;- m-<i with touches of white anri gree.i. A ti!"/:ecl tup line and tiny f-crf trin:;ncci buttons ami|>leU'(f nr: costume worn wilh hanMOU.i7.in? ac- ces.-.oiie,-. Slip pinned [rasumt g>n • | cicnias at her .shoulder. ! Reception at Ifomr ] Immediately following the tn^- ! nvj ny Mr. and M r.s. H ce vc s r 111:- r - i tanied at th?ir home. 131G Wc*t J Walnut, with a reception fur the*: guests, ! Basket." ol wJiiu- pLaciioh \VPIC set i about the entertaining and vecen- i tion rooms. ! The bride's table which-was over- ' laid with a maderia cloth was con- ! tcr?d with the three tiered wedding ! cake topped with a bridal couplr and i encircled with swirls of fern alter- '. natcly topped with asters. Tapers, set In crystal burned at either side. ; A low bowl of pale pink roses rested j on the long table from which the j wedding guests were served after the bridal couple had cut Die traditional first piece of cake. • Serving punch and cake wei<? Miss Shirley Kins:, Mis Jim Berry, Mrs, Charles Penn and Mrs. Robert McHaney. Miss Barbara Oenning presided at the bride's book. The couple later left on a I rip _lhrough the Smpky Mountains aft- "er which they will be at home In Blytheville. * The bride changed to an Emma t>omb original of brown and white organdy. The collar, cufls and wirfe sash were of an organdy trim. She 'completed her costume with n small .hrown velvet hat and bag. Sh« se- ', | 15 members of Circle One with Mrs. Wlnfred Wyatt. co-hostcM. Mrs. D. C. Klrkwood met as a new member. Mrs. John Miles Miller presented the devotional, Mrs. Newton H. Wlnlls directed the study lesson. A in a.m. meeting at the home ot Mrs. James Dales was held by Circle Two. Mrs. J. C. Drokc was co-hostess to the H members attending. Mrs. William .Wyatt and Mrs.. Hoy I. Bagley were circle gnesls. Mrs. A. C. Haley presented the devotional with Mrj. Charles,Altord giving the study lessor. Prayer Bag ley. was led by Mrs. Names 1951-52 Class Officers Cln?s officers for Manila .Hlg) School for Uie IO.Tl-52 school yea inive been name<i with Dean Horsley licadin" the senior class. Others t serve nre; Peggy Strothcr, vlce-prei- irient; Uarhara Donncr, secretary treasurer; Elizabeth Rn'ydcr, report er; Ml.ss Thchna Fowler, stwnsor Juniors—James Billiard, president faith While, vice-president; Bettj Walker, secrelnry; Carl Tiplon treasurer; Jeatilne WrigiU, reporter Miss Ruth Home, sponsor. Sophomores _ Floyett Gamnilll president; Wanda Davis, vice-pres idcnt; Maxine Bunch, secretary Jimmy Miles, treasurer; Esther Hod ees. reporter; Mrs. FTgtlces F'alk ner, sponsor. Freshmen—Ineida Tiplon. presl dent; Wanda McVVilllsms, vlce-pres Ident; Harold Bits of News Mn, Z«lda Collins ha» returned o her home In Ciruthersvllle tier spending several day* here as uest o( her cousin Mrs. o. C. janske. She had been visiting here fter coming especially (or the uneral rites of Mr. Oanske conducted l»st Friday. Mr. and Mn. Allen Rice arrived Saturday night from Tulsa; Okla vhere Mr. Rice Is connected with he Oklahoma Public Service Co., to ie the guests of his parents, Mr :nd Mrs. Ed Rice. Mr. and Mrs. c. Modinger, jr md tamily h»d as their weekend uesls Mrs. Modinger's mother, Mrs Vina Thompson and sister, Mrs. A.E Mathers and two children They were enroute from their home In .lorganfleld. Ky.. to S»n Antonio, Tex., to join Major Mathews to make their home. Major Mathews vno Is stationed «t Fort Sam Houson has recently returned rrom hree years duty In Japan. Mr. and Mrs. w. R. Nicholson •nnounce the birth or their first :hlld a son, Aug. 16 »t Blyl.ievllle lospltal. He has been named Rob- •rt Jefferson. Mrs. Nicholson is the ormer Miss Elohe Barnes, daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Barnes. Mrs. A. B. Jaggers was admitted o Memphis Baptist Hospital today where she will undergo treatment. She was accompanied by her nother, Mrs. j. o. Barnes. Mrs. Margaret Cresswell of Jackion. Miss., is (he houseguest Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gann announce the birth of a son, Aug. M nt the Walls HospitjJ. Their firs child lie has been named Billy Mack Gann, Jr. Mrs. Oann is the former Miss Reba Beaslcy. Mrs. R. G. Fto»2borough left today for her home in Seuatobla, Miss., after being the guest of her daughter.. Mrs. Johnny H. 'White and family. Mrs. Brad Daniel was admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital Sunday to undergo treatment. Qeorge A. Larnb left yesterday for ills home In LaPayettt,' la., after visiting here with his sister. Mrs. Officers Named; Mrs. Dunivan Retires as Head Mrs. O. A. Dunivan of Steele last night, retired as president of the Women's Foreign Missionary Service of the Church of the Nazarene after having served as head of the sroup for 17 years. She was replaced by Mrs. Harold Thompson who for the past 15 years has served as vice- president. Others named to serve were, Mrs. Lloyd Roberts, corresponding secretary; Miss Doris Payne, recording secretary; Mrs. Oscar Alexander, treasurer; Mrs, Horace Hallord superintendent of study and Mrs. Ray White, superintendent of publicity. In the business session following, delegates were named to the District Assembly to be held Sept. 19 In Pay- ctteville. Those to attend will be Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Dan Roberts, Mrs. Roy Galncs. Mrs. Melvin. Jarret and Mrs. Royal Schultz, Prayer by Mrs. Lloyd Roberts pre- ceeded the afternoon's business which was conducted by Mrs. Dun- Ivan and church pastor, the Rev. Mr. Schultz. High Style For Matrow Program Given For Church Group The program, "Threads of Silver and Gold" was presented yesterday for the 30 attending the general meeting ot the Women of the First Presbyterian Church. Tiie session was held at the church with Mrs. D. C. McLean and Mrs. S. E. 'nine directing the afternoon's program. Hostesses for the session were E El- R. L. fisher and Mrs. W. llotl and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ashabranner of Manila announce the birth of a son, Aug. 19 at St. Bernard's Hospital In Jonesboro. Arthur Gan.ske of Peru, Ind.. I* B. Harrison. At fhf HoS'ilta's Rlytlmillr HosplUI Dismissed; Mrs. W. R. Nicholson and baby, City. Luther Hyde, City. the hmiseguest of Mrs. O. C. Ganfke and son. Carl Ganske. Mr. Ganske has been here following the death of his brother, O. C. Ganske Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Abbott and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson and son. Bob have returned from Cclorado Springs, Colo., where they vacationed for a week. Mrs. Pearl Hires Is confined to her home on West Walnut. Mr. 1 and Mrs. Gene McGurie and son, Steve left this morning for Louisville. Ky., n-here they will vacation for a week. * RUTH MILLETT War Shouldn't Keep Couple From Raising a Family • •l RUTH MILLETT, NEA Staff Writer Mrs. J. Hemby WSCS Hostess By Sue Burnett Important in your fall wardrobe . + ^~^,., JU , ,,, c .au^anjn were _i • • »• , L . Mrs. C. C. Coimcllle and Mrs. Zal P lannln « « tni s handsome dress created to flatter the slightly larger figure, oblique closing, slim lines, unusual detail are fashion favorites. Pattern No. 8754 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern* In sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Sizes 36, short sleeves, 5tt yards of 39-inch- For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 312 W. Quincy Street. Chicago 6, 111. The Fall and Winter issue of FASHION It just what you've been waiting for—a complete guide in planning a wearable wardrobe for a new season! Gift patterns printed inside. 25 cents. Mrs. Jimmy Hemby yesterday was hostess at her home Lo members of the Women's Society of Christian . Service of- the Yarbro Methodist Church who met for the program, "The Last for Which the Fir.st Wa.s Made/Mrs. Charley Krutz presented the devotional, Mrs. Johnny Johnson and Mrs. Nita Bunch presented the program. Group singing and a prayer by Mrs, Elzie Wheeler preceded the business session in which plans were made for a Sept. 3 meeting at the home of Mrs- Nannie Mae Bunch. Games were played In the social hour following with Mrs. Robert Thompson, Mrs. Nita Bunch, Mrs. Patty Bunch and Mrs. Wheeler winning prizes. MM. Hemby served refreshments. Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Mrs, Maurice V/ylie hostess for 8 p.m. meeting of Spsilou Sigma Alpha sororJiy. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meets at 7:30 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. O'Keefe. Wednesday Mrs. Graham Sudbury hostess to Club Eight TLE Club meets at the hom« of Mra. Jo« Neely. + "Should War Keep You. from Having a Baby?" asks a current woman's magazine, it attempt* t* answer the question by presenting differing views from service wive*. There is another group th« author should have consulted—thi The government power program Is being used to destroy collective bargaining, to break unions and lo keep substandard wages and conditions of labor, says a labor union leader. Vnnce Waddell, secretary Gordon, treasurer; Doris guest Books Hedge, reporter; Mrs. Bernlce Bui- lard and David Smith, co-sponsors. Circle Two Has Business Session Ciioitp singing opened the meeting of Circle Two of the Women's Society pj; Chrlstianl Service '>! I.nhp Sti'eeV,,Uct!iodist Church yes- Fourteen members of Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. F. E. Black. Mrs. William Wyatt was a with the circle for the lesson, " of the Bible" tnueht. by Mrs. George Pylcs. Mrs. W. 1. Dcnton gave the devotional. Mrs. James C. Guard presented the devotional at the meeting of 17 MJ.ss Sue Osincnt presented thej' '' study lesson for the 13 members of | Mrs - William Gre»,i conducted Circle Five who met In the home | tne Driei business ii^cn prered- of Mrs. Max Reid, Mrs. A. O. Hurt- in ? tne afternoon's cleint'onal "The son presented the afternoon's dcvo- Inspirations and EvenU in the Lifp Uonal. (of L. B. Bridges" by Mrs. Henry 'Mrs, Dick J. White wns hfiAtc.sA : Young. Lo Circle Six. Mrs. E. J. Cure WB.S j Mrs . Ive rson Morris preceded the 17 members the meeting which opened with the Introduction of n new member, Mrs. O. E, Wimberly. Mrs. W. A. Hnl- lingsworth gave the devotional, Mrs, Cure taught the lesson. Refreshments were served by the lio'slrs^e.s in tlie social hour following rach nrtjourntncnt. reading of the afternoon's scripture by prayer. Mrs. J. W. Maloney gave the meeting's benediction. There are at least 20.000 known : species or fish according to the Na! tinit.il Gciigraphlc Society. Rqmbfer Ail-Purpose Sedan! It's like Retting two fine rars for the price of one! This , luxurious Nash Rambler All-furposc Sedan (6-passenger) becomes a li.inf-norUnjsl^twnwagonat (heiiropof a lail- galc—anil it's Amcric.rs lowest priccti car of its type. W« K\] it completely c^uippcJ —with S300 worth of custom extras—raJio, Weather Esc Sjstcm. directional signals, etc., at no cxirti ms:! Come in and lake a Rambler ride! You'll Get the Deal of Your Life! SHELTON MOTOR CO. 117'East Main Street, Blytheville TV Fun! Wokh Paul Whlteman TV T«n Club ...ABC Network. rade school children who were not BO-long-ago "war babies" them-^ selves. . ™ He wouldn't have had to asfc Questions. All he would have needed to do was look up a number oJ them and see how they are making out. Undoubtedly he would h»v« . found some whose lathers were lost in the war—even some who never saw their fathers,/ And he would have com« lerou some whose parents tailed to mak« a go of marriage when peacetime came. But the larger group would b* those whose fathers did come horn* and whose families are now leading normal lives. Almost All Should Hate Been Bom But in all the groups, he probably wouldn't have found many children who—either from their mother's viewpoint or from the point of view of a disinterested outsider—shouldn't have been born. And if they hadn't been war babie.s, they wouldn't have been born, other children might have come to the family after the war was over, but not those particular children. They were war babies, and they are here now. That's the important thing. The world they have Inherited may be in something of a but at least they have been the chance to live in it. This is about all parent* can give child, the right to life. They can't guarantee him an easy life. a peaceful life, a secure life a pain- free life. Mrs. George Saliba v Jr.. hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Duplicate-Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. FridaT Mr. and Mrs. Gils Eberdt entertaining Past Matons and Patrons at their home for monthly polUfck supper at 7 p.m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Purple H«ari« The Order of the Purple Heart decoration for military merit wa» established by George Washington on Aug. 7. 1182. when It flrsl was awarded. Only three ,men all non-commissioned officers. r«- celved the tribute at that tim«. Read Courier News Classified Adt. Carlyes Catch Kings and Eyes This fall it's Carlye at first sight. Carlye dresses are going places, and going beautifully. 'iTie shapes arc new And something wonderful. The colors bright and breezy or somewhat sultry. Tne fabrics rich and sure to thrill you. Tlie fall Carlyes are just right.. . just in ., You'll love them ... see them today at Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. 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