The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 31, 1951 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 31, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHKVIT.LE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUWTT M, UK Jane Shelton* Society Kdilor Phou* 4461 Mrs. Kerbough Honored By Misses Wilson, Pryor Mrs. Donald Ray Kerbough, the former Miss Barbara Allen Oei> ning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Oeiming, was guest of honor Wednesday night when Miss Jane Wilson and Miss Melbft Fryer entertained with a miscellaneous shower. The informal affair, given at the Wilson home, was attended by 15 guests. A pink and white color scheme was carried out throughout, with the refreshment table covered with *nt work cloth and centered with a tiered cake surrounded with greenery and flanked by whit* candles arranged In crystal candle holders, Vases of white Riadioli were used In ihe rooms where the guest* spent the evening 1n informal entertainment. A dessert course was served rjy the hostesses, who presented the bride with a corsage of pink ruse- buds to pin at tlie shoulder ol her navy blue and white dress, Mrs. Oennlng and "Mrs. Floyd Kerbough, mothers of the brfde and brid^-i groom, were each presented with a corsage of pink carnation* and each of the guests with miniature corsages of pink rosebuds. Miscellaneous gifts were showered on Mrs. Kerbough. * * • Mrs. Robert Killian Is Hostess At Luncheon Members of the wedding party and out-of-town guests- in Manila for the wedding tonight of Miss Betty Jane Fleeman and Max H. Schrader of Anamosa. la., were guests of Mrs. Robert Killian for a luncheon today. The 30 guests were invited to Mrs. Killlan's home In Manila, where they were served a three course buffet luncheon from a refreshment table covered with a cloth ol pink embroidered linen and centered with an arrangement of white asters and pink rosebudj. Vase* of asters and rosebuds were arranged throughout the Killian home, where guests wero received by MM.- Killian assisted by her daughters, Misses Bobby June and Dixie Faye Killian, and her sister. Mrs. Louis Towiisend. A corsage of whit* asters wa.i presented Miss Fleeman to wear on the trousseau frock she selected for the affair, another In a series nf events which have been given for her since the announcement of her engagement several weeks ago. .The wedding will be solemnized tonight at 7 o'clock at th« First Methodist Church in Manila. HRIDR OF SUNDAY —Airs. Paul Dean Davis, whose mar liatte was solemnized Sunday in Crossett, is Ihe former .Miss Charlotte Ann Berry of Crossett. Air. Davis is tlie son of Mr. and Airs. Hersliel Davis of Manila. Hubbard Home Is Setting For Bridge Club Parly • »ir. and Mrs. George Hubbard and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Curtis of Manila, were hosts and hostesses to memb«r« of the Kibitzer Club and their hustwndi last night, entertaining at the Hubbard home. Special guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chamblin of Meridian, MUs., and Mrs. Rube Carson of Uttlt Rock. Both Mrs. Chamblin and Mrs. Carson are former mem- bera of the club. Garden flowers including yellow gladioli, colorful zinnias and roses, were used to decorate the Hubb»rd home where bridge was played during the evening. High score prize among the men was won by Robert McHaney, with Mrs. Jim Smart •coring high for the club members. Refreshments were served during the games. Linen Shower Honors Miss Winnie Goodson Miss Winnie Goodson. bride- elect of Leon Walden, was complimented with a linen sho\ver last night when Mr.s. Barney Cozart entertained 16 gueas at her home. Dahlias and ether tale Summer flowers were used in the Cozart home where guests played game* during Ihe evening, with Mrs. Roy Shepherd named as winner ol Ihe pr;ze offered. Tile table on which the gilts tor Miss Goodson were displayed, was covered with a l:ce cloth and centered wilh a miniature bride posed on a mirrored plaque and surrounded by pastel shaded sweetpeas. A salad plate was servcB with iced drinks by the hrstess. who presented her suest. of honor with - corsage ot red rosebuds to pin Paul D Davis Claims Bride In . Rites Sunday MANILA, Ark.. Aug. 31.—Tlie marriage of Miss Charlotte Ann Berry, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Roy, H. Berry of Cros.seII, and Paul Dean Davis, son of Mn and Mrs. Hersliel Davis of Mnniln, was solemnized in a candlelight ceremony Sunday afternoon at Ihe First Mel hod Ut Chtirch In Crossett. The Rev. Norris Steeie of Alvard, Texaa, cousin of the bridegroom: performed the double ring ceremony before a background of asters, Ivy, and open Bible with pink- satin marker and wrought Iron uandelibra holding pink tapers, lighted by Jerry Scrilier and Dennis Berry Moses ot Crossett, cousins of the bride. Nuptial music was furnished by Mr.s. W. B. Anderson at the organ and Mrs. Wade Tiill, who sang "My Wonderful One," "The Pledge," Club Members, Guests Entertained Last Night Mrs. Jo.seph W. McHancy Invited fn-e guests } n addition to members of the G. E. O. Olub when she entertained last night at the home of her parent,"!," Mr. and Mrs. E. R, Jackson, with a bridge party Oay asters and marigolds were used in the Jackson home to form colorful setting for the game*. High scor« prize went to Mrs. James Rogers, second high to Miss Vera Goodrich, bridgo to Miss Jetty* Huffman, and traveling prize to Mrs. Dick Mills. A dessert course was served uy the hoste.Vt, whose special guests included Mrs. Louis-Henderson. Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Frank Seay, Mrs. Paul Jobe and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson. Mrs. Scherer Is Hostess To Thursday Rook Club Mrs. Raymond Bomnr was a guest with members of the Thursday Rook Club yesterday afternoon when Mrs Leon Scherer entertained at her home, which was decorated wilh late Summer flowers. High score prize for the afternoon's games was won by Mrs. Grover Wren, second high by Mrs. Cteo Wren, nnd rooko by Mrs. Neville Btakemore. At the conclusion of thp games, it was announced that Mrs. Bo mar will become a member of the club at next we?k's party, to be held at the home of Mrs. Eugene Brown. A sandwich plate with u-cA drinks was served by Ihe Mullms-Frazier Riles '\re Announced Today Mr*. Wiltnoth l.cndennie tcdav announced: the marriage of her daughter. Miss Ahce Fayc Fvazirr. to J T, Mullins. son of Mrs, lltir- mie Mullins. The ceremony was rnuelly solemnized Aug. 18 in Corinth. Miss. Mr. and Mrs Mullm.s arc nn\v making thpir home in BJylhcville. and "The Lord's Prayer." Bride's Gown of Satin Thp bride, given In marriage hy her father, wore a blush pink satin gown wlth'H net yoke outlined with a bertlm of ChanULly lace; Her linger tip veil fell from a bandeau ot satin entwined with seed pearls and she carried a while Bible topped with a pink orchid from which Iclt streamers of satin ribbon knotted with slephanotls and tuberoses. Miss Barbara Jean Berry of Crossett was her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Misses Marjorie Bowden ot Swlfton, Pat ColtiurUe of Fort Smith, Eula Jean Mills and Rosemary Taylor of Crosselt. All wore identical strapless pink net dresses over taffeta with net siole.s. Their Juliet caps fashioned with coronets were entwined with -seed pearls and they carried cascade bouquets of pale green a.sters tied wilh pink satin ribbon. Allidel Stcelc of Alvard, Texas, cousin of the groom, wns (lower girl. She wore a pink net dress over taffeta fashioned after the bride's and carried a basket of aster petals. Ladd Scrlber, cousin of bride, served as ring bearer. Billy Davidson of Manila, cousin t>f the groom, was best man. Groomsmen were JaAies Beal of Rector, Roy Berry Jr., or CrosseLt, brother of the bride, David Crouch of Lexa,' and George W. Martin of Garland, Texas, For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Berry wore an orchid lace over purple linen, with black accessories and pinned at her shoulder was a glame- lilla corsage. Mrs, Davis, mother of 1 the groom, chose a navy lace and picardy..g]ameHia corsage, Reception -'Held at Church A reception "followed immediately in the dining room of the church. The bride's table was covered with a cut work cloth and centered with a silver bowl holding pink 'gladioli surrounded by silver candle stltits with pink tapers. Miss Hose Marie Allen of Crossett poure'd punch. The Ihree-Ueiod wedding cake topped with n miniature bride and groom was cut and served by Miss Martha Ann Johnson of Crosselt, cousin of the bride. Miss Norita Davis of Manila, sister of the groom, and Barbara Peirce of Crossett, cousin of the Bits of News rr/ottl ["^erSo Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kat* and son, have as their guests, their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs, Moe Herman o( Brooklyn, N.Y. Mrs- S. 8. Patterson and daughter. Miss Vivian Patterson, who have spent the Summer months in Memphis, will arrive hcme tomorrow night. MM. Patterson, who has been employed Jn Memphis this Summer, will re.sume her duties at BurdetUj School, and Miss Patterson, who has been a Summer student at Southwestern, will be enrolled at University of Arkansas FayotteviUe. Alan and^-Jerry Berry, sens of Mr and Mrs. Kendall Berry, accom panied by Finlcy Norton of Grenada, MLss,, are on a two weeks vacation to points ot Interest in Old Mexico. They plan to return home early next week where Alan wll be the guest of his parents for four weeks prior to enrolling in Tulani University, New Orleans, La. He is a former student at Ole Miss, Oxford. Cary Mason will arrive tomorrow frcm University of Arkansas, Fay- eUevilln, to spend three weeks will 1 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E R Mason, before returning to the University for the Fall session. Misses Jackie Esles and Sue Wld- ener will leave tomorrow morning for Memphis where they will make their home. Miss AJin Crook, who has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. Crook and other relatives for the past two weeks, left this morning to return to her home In Houston, Texas. She was accompanied by Miss Jettye Huffman, who will be :ier guest for 10 days. En route to Houston, MLss Crook and M!&s Huffman will stop In Dallas, Texas, * brief visit wilh the former's sister, Mrs. Charles R. Johnson •mil family. Mrs. W. T. Shelton was admitted i St. Joseph's Hospital In Mem- >hh yesterday for treatment after laving been stricken ill suddenly at her home at noon yesterday. She was accompanied to Memphis by her daughters, Misses Jane and Joy Shelton, and by her sister, Mrs. V. L. Green. Ml%s Joy Shelton re- .urned home last night. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard and icr brothei', W. M. McKenzle, have their weekend guests, their jrot li^r, J oh n H. McKen /,Ie n nd Mrs. McKenzie of Paragould. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hollings- worlh and Mr.s. Tip Holllngsworlh are visiting in Torrance, Calif., with their son and husband. Tip Hpllingsworth. While in Torrance the | they also are visiting Mr. and Mr.s. Norman Bnnch and Mrs. C. M. Oliver ,all former Blytheville rest- dents. Bobby Edwards will arrive lamp rrow to v isl t h is p a rents,- Mr. and Mrs Shields Edwards and family, before leaving Sept. 7 for Fay- ^^ R. A. Meeting Held At Armorel An Attendanci ot 100 p«r cent marked UM nuetLnj yejterdiy ol member* of the Mitchell Houston Chapter of the R. A. of Armorel Baptist § CrmrcH. Eugene Rhoadi was hott to the group, together with one visitor, Dean Statum of —Courier News Photo MABKIKD .17 YEAKS—Mr. and Mr.s. C. C. Cobb ot the New Liberty community will have been married 57 years Sunday. They have been.liv- ing in Mississippi County for 18 years, A farmer, Mi". Cobb was born III Calhoim County, Mississippi. His wile is a native of Lafayette County ill that slate ami both are 76 years old. They have one daughter;. Mrs. R. T. Smallviood, of New Liberty. Rockfort, m. The meeting wu «*ll*d I* »4v by th« ho*t, and prayer wtt *ff«r> ed by Mr>. Bob Stovall. A btufcMM meeting and roll c*U followed before the doting jirmyer «u gina by Mrs. W. E. Rhoadi. RefreshmenU were wrv*d 4urtef the Kclal hour. In the ti.-ne of Napoleon, am workman could mtk« all th» IUB- pllea for t»O;«oldelr«. • bride, assisted. Miss Sarah June Bell was In charge of the bride's book, . Immediately after the reception, the couple left for R wedding trip in Texas, after which they will lie at home in Conway, where both will attend Hendrlx College. For traveling Mrs. Davis wore a navy blue suit with while and navy linen accessaries and an orchid corsaRe. Mrs. Davis is a graduate of Cros- | sett Hi^h School and attended Ark- j ansns Slate Teachers College, Con- I way. where she was affiliated with i Alpha Chi, honorary fraternity, nnd Delta Sigma Epsilon. Mr. Davis Is a graduate of Manila High School and attends Hcn- drix College where he will serve as president of the pre-theology organization this year. etteville to resiune hi.s studies as a ministerial student at the University there. He has been at Purdue University, l.aFayctte, Ind.. attending the national convocation of Methodist Youths. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Czeschin and family, who have been making their home at 001 Pecan Street, have moved to their new home at 1630 Holly Street. Jimmy Evrard has returned to his home in New York, N. Y., after spending three weeks here as guest of his uncle and aimt, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard and other relatives. Mr, Evrard is the son of the late Jair(es ' Evrard of Blytheville and New York. Mrs. j. T. Stalcup, Mrs. Coy Soodson and daughter. Miss Wiu- nte Goodson, Miss Annie Louise iianley and Miss Barbara Ann Qrif- 'in spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred V. Ruther- 'ord will have as their guest for the jabor Day weekend, their son, Fred Rutherford Jr.. ol Peoria. III. Mrs. John L. Bird of Okmulgee.' Okla., will arrive today for a visit : with her sister. Mr.s. P. B. Joyner; and family., She is coming especially to be with their mother, Mrs. William Bonifield. .who makes her iiorne here with Mr. and Mrs. Joy- iler. and who is ill. Mrs. Vcrnon LnFnrleUe left this morning for Hartford, Mich., to jnin Mr. LaFarlette to make their home there, ;• Miss Connie Parker of Gates, Tenn,, arrived today to make her home here during the Winter months, as a member of the Blytheville public schools. She was accompanied home by Miss Annella Humphreys, who had bsen visiting Gates and Dyersburg for the past week. • Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Edwards, Jr., of Kansas City, Mo., will arrive to'r morrow morning to spend the Labor Day weekend as guests of Mrs. Edwards' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens, Sr., at Dell. Mrs. Edwards is the former Miss Martha Frances Stevens. Mrs. Howard DeSplinter and son, Marc, formerly ol Blytheville and now of Memphis, are the sueits for several days of Mrs. DeSplln- ter's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R, C. Sevler. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson returned yesterday from Richmond, Va., where they spent two weeks with their daughter, Mrs. Robert Smart and family. They were accompanied home by Dr. and Mrs. Smart and daughter, Eleanor Tucker Smart, who will leave tomorrow fcr a visit, with relatives In Mississippi before returning to their home in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Smith and daughter, Barbara Lynn; were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Owen Forrest City yesterday, where they attended the Hamilton Moses Exposition. Mrs. L. H. Hay and daughter. Judy, are guests of relatives In Madisonville. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Fte«nan Robinson r;nd daughter, Anne have returned from Little Rock, where they spent the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Kennedy and son, Michael, of Jackson, Temi.. are the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Smith and family at their- home on Armorel Road. Dr. Blythe Allison of Chicago. III., is visiting'here as guest of his father, J. p. Allison and other relatives. Marriage License* Tlie following coiipje obtained marriage licenses yesterday at the office of theN county clerk, Mrs Elizabeth Blythe Parker: '.' Joe Reed Threlkeld and Miss Glenda Hester, both of Manila". & at the shoulder ol her white ctepc j°lhcy both arc forme: stu- lrocit - I dents or Blytheville Hi?h School. 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