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PAGE FOUR BT.YTHKVTLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST *T, 1981 <? • 4 &Qctelu me Shellon, Society Kditor 9 Phont 4461 Miss Cockrell Weds In Home Ceremony In R double ring ceremony read Hi 1:30 p.m.. Miss Barbara Carolyn Cockrell yesterday became the bride of John David Anderson. The ceremony was performed at the home ot the bride's parents. Mr. ind Mrs. Barney Cockrell, 709 HolH- Eon. The eroom Is the sou ol Mr. »nd Mrs. L. L. Anderson ol Blythe- vllle. Tlie Rev. Roy I. Bagiey, minislrr of the First Methodist Church "(- flciated. The \vcddinjj party assembled m the living room which held bouquets ot mixed garden blooms. A large table where the vows were exchanged held a low design ot the blossoms. Mrs. Shaw Wilson was her sister's matron of honor and only attendant She selected a navy tropical null with which slie wore acccsso ries of white. Al her shoulder wrts pinued orchid carnations caught In matching satin. Mr. Cockrcll gave his daughter ' marriage. She wore a costume i Mrs. Jack Webb Feted At F. E. Black Home A recent bride. Mrs. jack Webb, was complimented Friday by Miss Barbara Monachal] and Miss Betty Black when they i tie Black home entcretained al c,n West, Main all white. Her suit was of oyster white shnnttmg and she wore n close fittine bat of nkjue. At her shoulder was pinned an orchid. Georjje Anderson served as brother's best man. Street with an 111(01111 a I morning party. Assorted foods were .served the 25 quests Irorn a refreshment table loppect with a white epcrgne from which cascaded white periwinkle. Marigolds, zinnias a a d garden blooms completed the setting for the event. A corsage ol white carnations caught In white maline hearts was presented tlie hcnoree from her ho.ste.wes The hostesses were assisted by their mothers. Mr.s. F. E. Black and Mrs. Matt Monaghan. Linen Gifts Showered Upon Bride-Elect Gilts of llncu were .showered upon Miss Lorella Rhoades last night Bits of News f Mosterpoint Gome Cloyed by League Mr. »nd Mrs. Jim Roleson, Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs, Dick J, White lied for first place honors Saturday ifternoon in the weekly MI- slon of the Duplicate Bridge League t Hotel Noble. Mrs. Prank Origsby and Mr«. Poy Etchelson took tlilrd place In the monthly masterpolnt gam« while Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrj. W. D. Chambllu von fourth placr. Mrs. A. L. Jieeinan of Clirk-sdale, Miss,, Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Joe Shanks, and family. She is also visiting a niece, Mr.s. Oral Htinnloutl, and family of Dell. Mrs. Leonard R. Phillips, Jr., and two sons, Chuck and C. A., leit Frl- day night (or St..Louis for a two- week visit with Mrs. Phillips' bro Ihers, Edward Lee and Krai Pipkin. Miss Betty Dcdds and Miss Florence Moore were weekend visitors in Newbern, Tenn, Mr. ami Mrs. Marvin Nelson Billy, Bobby and Jack of Magazine are HIE guests ol Mr. and Mrs Joe Wndcly and Mr and Mrs. J. T Walker. Mr, ami Mrs. Cecil Suags and (Uuuluers. Edna Mac and Ce;lle anil Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Suaes o by (elloiv classmates ol Hie Clirlst Ambiissadois of the Half Moon Assembly of Oo<l Church preceding l,l s Ihe weekly class. j Miss Rlioades plans an 11 a.m. A reception 'for the wedding j marriage Sunday to Woody Wilson guests followed. Alter the bride and I' for the occasion. Miss Hhoadc.s groom had cut the first piece ot cake. Mrs. Wilson served punch and cake to the guests. The three tiered bride's cake topped the Uible which was overlaid In a hand embroidered cloth. For her daughter's marriage. Mrs. Cocki-ell selected a frock of green silk worn with harmonizing accessories. The mother ot the groom. Mrs. Anderson selected an afternoon gown of navy blue silk. Both wore white carnations. The couple left on a trip to Hit Springs and points of Interest, after which .they will be at home on Davis Street. Sharon Kay Parks Has for 28 Guests Party Sharon Kay Parks was flvf years old Friday and to mark the day. 28 friends were Invited to the Division Street Playground for «n afternoon of .games. Kenny Spledel and Joann Daniels Kere prize winners In the guinea preceding the honoree's opening of gifts. The pink and green birthday cake, Ictd with candy letters, "Happy Birthday Sharon^Kajr," wm served with Ice cream. Eight mothers of guests attended the event. Diane Easley ot Memphis, hoitseguest of her grandmother. Mrs. Ed Yowell, w«s »n out-of-town ftiest.- was dressed in a summer frock of einon yellow complemented with touches of black. • • * Mayo Home Is Scene Of Class Social An evening of informal entertainment and party games Friday niyht honored 14 members of the Senior Class of the First. Church of the Nazarcne when the class teacher. Mrs. Mildred Mayo, entertained the group at her home. The Rev. Billy Sullivan of Bethany. Okla., was guest for the event. During the evening. Mrs. Mayo and Mrs. Opal Lambert,, assistant clnss teacher, served frosted drinks and parly foods. Columbus, Miss., were weekend Xiie-st-s of Mr. and Mrs. Parvln Me Den not t. several days with her daughter and Mr. Chealham. Mls> Mildred Brady of Kllgore Tex., » student at Kilgore Junior College, Li the houseguest of her aunt. Mrs. Annabell Fill and son, John, Mrs Rosco Crafton, Mn. George Mulr and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Houchins returned last night from Fulton M<),, where they had spent several days. While there they attended the marriage Thursday ot Miss Maurene West atid Gus Lamarr. . Mr. and Mrs. Al Ramano and son Butch, of Pasadena, Calif., and Mr and Mrs. A. T. Aamano of Memphis were weekend guests of Mr. am Mrs. J. N. Smothermon and son While here Mr. and Mrs. Smothei- mon complimented their guests with a barbecue supper Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Moore and ! family left yesterday afternoon for | their home in Cullman. Ala,, after' have been the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Gracy.; . Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wood re- Mrs. W. H. Nicholson has return-1 tllmed yesterday from a week's vaca- two weeks' visit In New tlon ln Texa s and Mexico, Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Circles of First Baptist Church met; Circle One. Mrs. Russell Marr; Circle Two, Mrs. Roy Head; Circle Circle Circle Three, Mrs. Jim Crafton; Four, Mrs. Jesse Seeman; Doufcfo ftntun Five, Mrs. Alvln Hardy; Circle Six. Mrs. Clara P. Martin; and Circle Nine, Mrs. Bert Ross. Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at club at 7:30 p.m. Qosnell Baptist WMU has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the church. Wednesday High Two meets with Mrs. Ployd Seay. Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr.. entertaining Club Eight. TLE plays bridge at th* home of Mrs. Bill Lambert. Lange PTA Executive Board has 10 a.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Byron Moore. Thursday Duplicate Bridge Club has City Tournament at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Leon Scherer hostel* to Thursday Rook Club. Friday City Tournament continues at Hotel Noble. Miss Bety Jean Fleeman becomes the bride of Max Henrich Schrader in 7 p.m. ceremony at First Meth odist Church In Manila. LACHUTB, <SU«. (/Ph- A Holstafa cow on i nearby farm Wat fount in the pasture with a 'newbora calf. The cow disappeared again that night and was found again the next morning, with a second calf at her side. All three are doing well. Free Book on Arthritis And Rheumatism » Excelsior Springe, Mo., 9* successful has a specialized system proven for treating rheumatism and arthritis that an amazing new book will be .sent free to any reader of this paper who will write for It. The book entitled, "Rheumatism," fully explains why drugs and medicines give only temporary relief and fall to remove the causes of th« trouble; explains how for over I! years The Ball Clinic hut helped thousands of rheumatic sufferers. You Incur no obligation in sending for this instructive book. It miy be the means of saving you years of untold misery. Address your letter to The Ball clinic. D«pt. 4204, Excelsior Spring, Missouri, but be surt to write today. We, the Women The Newest In Classics RUTH MIliF.TT An article on Hollywood claims that in the movie industry the "past 50" man has far more box- office appeal than Ihe woman of the same age. He is far more apt lo have glamor for the theatergoers than • woman who has had . the same number of birthdays. | Well, tlm(.'» pretty much true 1" [irivale life. also, when it comes lo age, men seem to get—or earn— the breaks-. Actually they do earn part of !hem. Men, more oflen than women, keep s young attitude toward life. A man of GO Is as interested in politics, in sports, in business and in new invention] an R young man, He doe.snt have A defeatist attitude toward age. either. Call it conceit, It you like, but whether .t Is that or Just plain sell-confidence, the older man. usually thinks he Is EU attractive to women as he ever was. Women weep over the gray hair that comes to Ihern but a man decides he looks "iltstiiiRUishcd." The youth that Is n& longer his. he is sure, is mnre than replaced by his success, his greater wisdom, the place he has earned for himself in his community. Mm Dnnl Worry Ahoul Their Vear.s And he isn't always talking about his aRe. A woiunn may carefully conceal the exact number of her years, but as soon as slip, admits to herself that her youth Is behind .:cr she usually becomes very aye conscious. She talks forever about "people our age" or "at my a?e," etc. i\.en aren't so likely to keep calling attention lo their years. The world Is a little kinder to the older man than lo Ihe oldet woman. But women could change that attitude a. lot by meeting age in the spirit men rurel it—^till .sure ol th-ir attractiveness, still interested In all kinds of things, still cd from York City as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Kugcnc Langbton, and family. Mr.s. Lnngston. the former Miss Maria Nicholson, is sailing Sept. 14 for Paris to do graduate work at the Sorbonne. Mrs. Ulen:) Alexander. Mrs. Vernon LaFarlcy. Mrs. Ben Ray, Mrs. R. E. Davis, Mr.s. Jack Robertson, Mrs. J, W, Wallers. Mr.s. H H. Storey and Mrs. Torn Drlttan of Blylheville. anil Mrs. Del Marr and daughter. Iris Kay, of Milan, Mich., were Sunday Rucst-s of Mr. and Mrs, Herman Smith and lanu'ly ol Dyersburg. Mrs. Ray wtilUlniiton returned Saturday night from Newpoit News, Va., where she had spent a week with S/Sgt. WlllUlngton. who U stationed at Langley Field, She was accompanied home by a niece, Miss Nell Maxson of Nashville, who will remain for several days visit Miss Virginia Dowen of Cardwell was the weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. Howard Bower sister, Evelyn. Mr.' and Mrs. Charley Chtsum returned yesterday from Rock City, Ga., where they had spent several days, Mrs. W. T. Shelton wns returned to her home. 1520 West Walnut from Memphis Baptist Hospital today where she had been a patient lor a week. Mrs. J. J. Johnson had as her weekend guest her sister, Mrs. J. Edgar White, Mr. White and daughter. Margaret. Ann ol sikeston. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bess yesterday returned from a week's va- Mrs. Anne Smith and son, Freddie and Thomas Holder were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Meyer of Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer entertained with a dinner at their home in honor of Thomas and Freddie, who will enter college this fall. Thomas will be a student at Arkansas State College. Jonesboro, and Freddie a student at the University of Arkansas, Fayettevllle. Mrs. G. W. Billings of Coving ton, Tenn., Is spending 10 days with relatives in Missouri and Blytheville. She came especially for the Uoyci family reunion held recently at Walker Park -She is now the ^uest, of her sister. Mrs. R. L. Maxwell of Blythevllle. Mr. and Mis. Ed Doss and daughter, Jan. of Hughes were the weekend sucsta of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Temple. They also visited Mrs. Doss' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Temple of Hornersville. Mii» Charley Ruth Blankenship and Miss Nora Simpson spent the —Fhofo bj Cullison CEI.EHKATKS GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY—Mr. and Mrs D. G. Gracy yesterday marked their 50th year of marriage. A family reunion followed by open house for approximately 106 guests celebrated the event. Mr. and Mrs. Gracy, the parents of five children, have been Mississippi County residents since 1918. Grocys Mark Golden Anniversary A family reunion lolloped by bers, friends called from 3 to 3 p.m. opcji house at which approximate- to extend best wishes. ly 100 gne.sLs called yesterday mark-1 Assorted party roods and iced j ed the 50th year or marriage for | drinks were served from a lace- Mr and Mrs.' D. G. Gracy of the'"'- 1 '- Ll ' -="- - "— '—•' Flat Lake Community. Mr. Gracy, 58. and Mrs. Gracy, 66. have made their home In Mississippi County since 1918 and have been residents of the Plat Lake Community (or the past two years. The five children of the couple, Mrs. HoHis Moody, Mrs. Sam Glass, G. R Gracy. Montell Gracy, all of BlytheviMc, arid Mr.s. M. V. Moore of Cullman. Ala., attended the celebration, weekend in Memphis. While there, | Mr. and Mrs. Gracy have H Miss Blankenship attended a rush grandchildren. 12 ol whom attended the alfair. Two in the armed forces were unable to attend Following a picnic luncheon on the spacious lawn for family mem- party of Alpha Delta PI social sorority. Pfc. Jackie Phillips led Saturday night lor San Antcnio. Tex., after spendihg 10 days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Phillips. He was en route from Francis E. Warren' base. Cheyenne. Wyo. Mrs. Harold Thompson returned this, morning from Memphis where she had spent several days as guest of her sister, Mr*. Fred Corkran and family. She .went especially to be with an aunt.'Mrs. -D. L. Sykes callon to points of Interest in Mis-j of Oxlord, MLss., who was visiting souri and Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor and Dorinle .Wood yesterday returned from se'ycral days visit In Rlpley and Ga&ton, Tenn,, as guests of Mrs. McGregor's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Newman, and other rekUlves. Mr. and Mrs. Firman (Nlgl Bynum and son, John Martin, of Russellvllle. »re the guuta of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tommey. A former Blythevllle High School football conch. Mr. Bynum is now coaching at Arkansas Tech. here. Calvin Hill, who has been a patient, at Kennedy General Hospital in Memphis for the past three weeks, spent the weekend in Blytheville with Mrs. Hill and other relatives. He returned to Ihe hospital for further . treatment. Mr. and MM. Olho Oilman of Memphis were the. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon. While here they also visited Mr. Oilman s , sister, Mrs. Clarence Gean. and family. table topped with a low bowl of garden blooms, Mixed summer flowers adorned! the rooms in which Mr. and Mrs. Gracy received the guests, Out-of-town residents calling were, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Koonce of Joiner. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kel- burne of Victoria, Clyde Crorier of Nettleton, Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Moore and family of Cullman, Ala-, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Burn ham, Mr. and Mrs, Jimmy Burnham and daughter, Cordis Burnham, Ed Sutton and Mrs. Lizzie Burnham, all of Ripley. Tenn. Eighty-one-year-old Mrs. Lizzie Burnham of Ripley was the oldest family member attending. MRS. EDDIE SALIBA School of Music / Pre-School Age: Classes in Expression — Rhythm ' School Age: Classes In Expression ELEMENTARY PIANO POPULAR PIANO x 210 L Missouri Phone 4345 AI The Hospitals Rlylhevllte Hospll.il Dismissed; Mrs. J. E. Evans, City Billy Daniel. City Virginia Burk, City Mrs. Clifton Boone and baby. Cooter Mrs. Earl Powers. Cooter Bobby O'Neal Crooney, Manila. R. W. Hatch, City Mrs. Bobby Webb and baby. City Mrs. Trevora Braiiscum. City FalUcict Names of birds can be foolers. The least flycatcher is not the smallest of our flycatchers, and the common tern is uncommon in some places where other t«rns are common., SAVE.. BUY 100 Tablets 49* Mr. and Mrs, Rupert Crafton and Mrs. Gerald Handcock Is vacation- tam ji y W ere j n Marked Tree yes- ing in Ripley, Tenn.. ns guest of j lerdav lo r t, tcn d the marriage of lier.grandparents. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. A. Mjji j oann stlganie and . Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Ray have their houseguest their nephew. Lavonne Smith of Dyersburg. Harold O'Roark. Mr. and Mis. Jim Bass and sen,: ' .Owen Walker o; Memphis was the j " Marty left Saturday for their home' convinced tluu Little Rock after several clays visit with friends. They are former Blythevllle resident*. ' Mrs. W. D. Chambltn, Mrs. Rns- sell Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. j.m Roleson, Mi-s. O. W. McCutcnen ral days visit with'Mrs. Eiisley's i and Marc Ford were In Memphis last liiglu to participate In the six- \vceks winners' duplicate bridge league game at Hotel Peabody. I Mls-s Mary Pat Wells and Mls.s^ Bcbe Wells left yesterday for their j . _ rome in Taveres, Fla.. after having , and Mrs. C. F. IMckard of Munforci. ; bccn the Bllcs ( s o [ MUa Mary Sue! Tenn.. and Mrs. Roland Rogers ol Crafton , or several days. On Thurs- ! weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Walker and Mr. and Mrs Joe Waddy. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Easley and daughter. Diane have returned lo their home in Memphis after .seve- mother". Mrs. Ed Yowell. Mrs. Yowell accompanied them home and while in Memphis will undergo » checkup. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass and family hmi as their Saturday guesls Mi. Un'l the most | important thing in Ihe world Marked Tree. Mr. and Mrs. Santord Tomlinson j ,, r( , lutmo , hc| . cf Miss Crafton i are no 1 I dence. al home at Ihcir 2125 EdVards. They for- day. Mrs. Tom Martin of Dell, entertained with a luncheon honoring FALL REGISTRATION Rockie Smith SCHOOL of DANCING Tuesday, Aug. 28, & Wednesday, Aug. 29 2 to 5 P.M. Tap — Ballet — Acrobatic Toe — Ballroom 911 N.6thSf. Phone 6284, 4473 * Italian Hotels Ready Bv Sue Burnett As fre?h and sparking as A new | ROME I/Pi—Italy's hotel-, now j boast 400.000 beds cotnp.ueri with ! 170.C03 available lo tourists and travelers in 1915. 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