The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1936 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLVTItt:yiI,bE,-(AftK.) .COURIER NEWS ULTS. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS I Chuich of Chrlej Blblo study! meeting wltlv Mrs. Newt McLcod, 2:30 p. m. Miss Margaret. Keck entertaining la< Miss Sue Butt. ;Sunuenms meeting First Baptist church, 4 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Democratic Women's club, meeting Hotel Noble, 9:30 a. in. Alma WHllford McCec Weds Cornelius .George Schcrer, Tho marriage of Almil WHllford McGee, daughter of Mrs. Oln Williford, and Cornelius Gooree Scherer. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Scherer, was solemnized at tile First Baptist church of Caruthcrsvillo, Tvlo., Sunday afternoon. Tile Itov. D. K. Foster read the double rlus ceremony nl five o'clock. The altar was decorated with at) embankment of ferns. Mrs. Frank McGregor ployed a program of nuptial music which Included the Bridal chorus from Lohengrin, used for the processional. The. bride wore a wedding gown of white Venetian lace over sntfn. cut in princess lines, and her veil of Illusion was of tulle, she carried a bouquet ol pink roses and baby breath. Miss Irene- Wllllford, who was her sister's maid of honor, \vore a frock of nink lace,,with, accessories In the same sfrflde-; ^ The bridesmaid, Miss Ola Mao McCord, of Holland, wore a frock of mesh colored : lace. Both Miss WHllford and Miss' .McCord carried arm bouquets of garden flowers. .. . •.. _..-.;... Clarence Sclierer was his brother's best man'and the groomsman was Carroll Scherer. - Mr. Scherer and ills bride arc here for. several weeks before goiiij . 16 St. Louis to make Uiclr'hqmCj lake. Street"Church . < Women Hnve ricnic. ••Instead of the usual meeting of •the Woman's Missionary Society of the Lake street Methodist church the members had a picnic Monta' at Walker park-honoring Mrs. Li- fnyelte May arid Mrs. Dili LiShot members whose birthdays are In this quarter. .There were 13 present In a hrlof business session, which followed lunch, Mrs. W. L. Grcan president presided It was reported that $885 MIS made fiom the Ire creani-rsimuei last wec-k Mrs A S.'Dsaif"Slid thl-'closing prajcr. Junior T. Y. r. A. Has a Meeting. The Junior P Y p A of the Full Gospel church had a regulai •program Sunday nlglil, at tho GUJ GUIF5PRAY ff£ ALWAK G£T! m Bi/61 chtirch, with Virginia Henry In olinrire. site was assisted by Nellie Boswell. The cJoslng prayer was said by Georgia Davis. lingo Party Postponed. Tlie bingo party plannwl for Thursday night nt t'nc social hall of the Church of tile Immaculate Conception lias been postponed, lapllsf Women lavo Social MceliiiB. There were 30 incmbers of tlio rVomnn's Missionary union of the •'Iret Baptist church wlio attended social niccllng Monday afternoon, .1 tho church. Tho progi'am Included a pniyor )y Mrs, n. L. Reeder, violin solo by Miss Bonnie Jeanne Buchanan with Mrs, LlojM sllckmon at i'nc itano, and tho jircsenlatlon of ten .owcls and hot imtls to the group Jy. n committee from the Sunbeam Band. These were made during the recent Vacation Blblo school. A iimllar gift was presented Mrs. Leslie Moore, president. Ice cream and cnko were served :>y Mrs. Tom Howard, Mrs. C. L. Nabcrs, Mrs. Raymond Schmuck, Mrs. vi. E. Buchanan and Mrs. Moore. Sikcslon Girl Bride of W. C. Reid, Cooler CCOTER, Mo.--MI.ss Ha?.cl Flor- uice Linnsden, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs... David Lumsdcn, was married at lier parents' home In Slkeston on Sunday, Juno 2fl, to Mrs. L. E. Held of Cooler. The ceremony was performed before members of the Immediate families and a few out of In Dance Will Celebrate Walker Park Opening Invitations have been sent, mil for the holiday dance In the new exhibit hall al the fairgrounds Friday night.. Johnny Mnltland and his n arllsls will play. Tho orchestra, formerly al the chatterbox, William Perm Hotel, pitls- ' ! from the si. Paul Minn,, to Hotel worth, Miss Holllnsworth played (he wedding march from Lplien- < hiVS' 1 ^, .,„,,. grin for the bridal procession and ! „, ehlbacii Kansas ritv during l)ie ceremony softly played; M ^ nlDacn ' Kans! « City, "The Indian Love Call." • • ! 1|1C ilousc committee for Ihe af- An informal reception followed ; oJarcncc'wlisi'n Mr"" f"" M '' B ' the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. ? R«ld ,, ,,»n J' „,"', ,f' nnd Mrs - °left, Sunday evening for a 10-day Mr nnrl M« p i •' F " KCCl!l wedding trip. They will t)o 'mi „„; „" , „ „ , oncs ' Mr home al cooler after JU ,y 2 o Z 1^ ti^MXT* MIK Uftlfl \vn B n n nnrtnp ftrutin r\**~^i~ «»in«*, w» TUESDAY'/" JUNK'" SO, J93t! members of the club. The dance, which is to begin at 10 o'clock, Is one of the features arranged by the committee in charge of the park and fairgrounds opening celebration Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Mi*. Held was an honor gradu ate of Hikcston high school in the class ol 1030 nnd attended Central college, Fayelte, for 'three Osceoln. U «T wa7Su^ : ,s s "&o wl ^r s Vr ;ic Si MlBBmirl Rtatn TennliJ V\_ , U ? "CKCIS and, $2.50 at door, plus tnx. They may iw su- oiired at tho drug .-jlprcs or from loira gxicsts. The bride, who was given marriage by her father, was dress- y cR i' fi . oil in n navy blue net jacket- Soulhonsl Missouri State Teaoh- frock, and carric<l roses nnd Miles c ^ fi college in 1835, She Is a mfcrn- of the valley. Mrs. Robert, S, Law, 1)Cr 9' pl Kappa Delta und of the bride's allcndanl, wore a Kappa Delia Pi, national honorary dross of brown luce, nnd'had a educational society. Sho taujht corsiiiic of TalLsinun roses. Mr. swlnl science., and public spV<k- Albcrl ncckhiim of Cooler was '"8 ul/ Cooler high . school l»sl best man. i | year and will teach there again The ceremony was performed by " ) ' s y enr > ' , the Kev. n. M. Talbcrt. pastor of Mr. Held, who hns been larmhiK j the I r lrul Christian church of near Cooler since his graduation U'luld, Tablets Tho Business ant! Professional ' ' Women's club Is In c'nargc of sell- 666 Cape Olrardcnu. Mrs. Addlson.lrom Sloelo high school, ^".em- ' S In 1150, Massachusetts passed aws iiroliiblllng' lliealrlcnl enler- .alnmenl of any description. Kino ••cars Inter, it, imposed a fine; or 500 pounds lor violation of llio CAIU) OF. 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