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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 1, 1951
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1«1 Jan* Shelton, Society Kditor Phone 4461 Betty Fleeman Repeats Vows In Church Rites The marriage of Miss Belly Jeftn Flecman of Manila, lo Max Henrichs Shrader Of Mon- Ucello, Iowa, wns solemnized last nlt'ht, 7 o'clock, Rt Methodist Church in Manila. The Rev. N, Lee Gate, pastor of the church, officiated at the rites In the presence of a large number of guests. Th« bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cecil Fleeman of Maniln and Mr. Schroder !* th* son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Schrader of MonticeMo. Southern smllax and woodwardla fern were used to form a background for the wedding party. F!tx>r baskets filled with white stock and white gladioli interspersed svith branched candelabra holding glowing white tnpers were arranged Inside the chancel of the church where lh« couple knelt for the nuptial blessing on a prayer bench decorated with Chantllly lace caughl with fragrant white gardenias. The" aWe down which the wed- • ding party passed was lighted with the soft glow of gold tipped cathedral candlei. A program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Charles Kennett, organist, and Noble Oil!, vocalist, both of Dell. Mr. Gill's numbers Included "Because." "Avc Maria." ni\a "All Through the Years," with "Tht Lord's Prayer" being soflly sung at the conclusion of the ceremony. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, wore a gown of white Chantllly lace, fashioned with a wide bateau neckline accented by a double row of finely pleated nylon tulle that stoo<l up to frame her shoulders and [ace. The smoothly fitted bodice waa buttoned In the back with tiny nelf covered button*, and the long, close- fitting sleeves tap'ered to points at the wrist*. Her very full skirt,, worn over hoops and crinolines In true southern belle effect, swept Into a chapel train. Rehearsal Dinner Given -\t Blytheville Club The ballroom of the Blythevlll« Country Club was the setting Thursday iil«ht [or the rehearsal dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fleeman of Manila complimenting members of the wedding party of their daughter, Miss Betty Jean Fleeman, and Max Henrlchn Schrader, The wedding was solemnleed last night at Manila Methodist Church. The 30 guests, including members or the wedding pnrly and out-of- town guMt.i here for the wedding, were served a three course dinner from a large U-shaped table which was centered with a low silver bowl filled with white chrysanthemums and greenery. Ixjops of greenery caught at intervals with dainty white blossoms In puffs of while maline were arranged the length of the table which was lighted by tall while tapers burning In branched silver candelabra. Place cards pictured a miniature bride and bridegroom. The mantle of the room was banked with greenery Hanked at either end by large whit* wedding bells caught in bows of white satin Silver bowl* filled with whit* flowers and silver candelabra holding white candles completed the mantle arrangement. / A ballerina lenslh gown of pastel pink net wns selected by the honoree for the affair, which was held Immediately following the wedding rehearsal. After dinner, the guests danced for several hours. • • • Mary Ellen Brown Has Birthday Party Mary Ellen Bro«-n celebrated her fifth birthday Thursday afternoon when she entertained 25 of her friends at a play party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown. Onmes were pla.ven during the al- ternoon, and each of the young guests was presented with balloons as favors. Birthday cuke and Ice cream were served the guests by thetr nonteMi. Special guests for the afternoon Were Sherry and Ronnie Brown. Mm. Mnx Hrnrlrhi Hchrader white roses. The bride's table was covered with a cloth of white satin and French maline. The tiered wedding cake was encircled with fragrant white Her waist-length bridal veil of .gardenias and garlands of French Imported French Illusion fell fromUmllax, flanked by crystal candela- a tiny brimmed bonnet of Illusion I bra holding white candles, trimmed with appliques of lace to' Mlss Jcm " Perkins and Miss Dixie match her gown. i Killinn of Manila, presented back- She carried a bouquet fashioned ' 8 rollncl music during the reception. of whlt« orchids and valley lillevi Mlss pcrkl "s wore a rust-colored •howered with white Illusion. terrace lenglh gown, while Mlss Mlss Peggy Jane Pleeman of Ma- K1 "i Hn chose a troclt of whlle or - nlla, who served as her sister's rrmlcl I B y posc(1 over 8reen and ieatur of honor, and Mrs. John Allen ofi'" B R grcen tlllm Bt tne a!tta walst- Crowett and Mlu Patricia Paddeni 11 "'- oJ Shreveport, La., bridesmaids, were! Assisting at the reception were Identically dressed In demi-tasse Mrs ' Pret * Flecmnn of Blythevllle. length gowns of peacock blue nylon I Mri! ' Crockett Wright, Mrs. Howard net fashioned with soft draped bo- | Perkins, Mns. Vardman Osborne, dices and extremely full layered i Ml ' s - Lewis Townsenrl and Mrs. akirts. The gowns were complement-, Robert KlUinn, all ol Manila. «d by Puritan shoulder capes of) Later In the evening, Mr..Shrader matching blue velveteen, which also H "d his bride left for a Southern fashioned their tiny half hats. '. wedding trip before going to Dallas, Mi»s Fleeman carried «n arm bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums Interspersed with Fuji! mums, and Talisman roses tied with Illusion and matching satin bows. Bouquets of the bridesmaids were of giant yellow mums and Fujil mums lied with matching, ribbons, while Nancy Shannon McKlnnon or Manila, who served as flower girl, carried a colo- rila! bouquet of the same flowers. The tiny tlower girl's gown was a miniature reproduction of the gowns worn by the other feminine attendants. Hex Shrnder of Anamolsa, la., served as his brother's best man Ushers included Jon Shrader. brother of the bridegroom, also of Ana- molsa, Woody Mack Townsend. cousin of the bride, of Manila, ami Max Walters of Blylheville. of silver gray chiffon silk fashioned with an off-the-shoulrter neckline, a full flared skirt, and capert sleeves. Her corsage was a purple orchid. Navy blue lace over taffeta was Texas, lo make their home where both will attend Southern Methodist University. ' For traveling, the bride selected a suit of grey silk shantung, a Cecil Chapman original trimmed with black velvet, with which she wore black accessories and a corsage of white orchids. Included among the out-of-town Kucst-s in Manila lor the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Burton of Marked Tree. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pleeman of Lake Providence, La., Mrs. Amos Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce, Mrs. Leroy Carter, Mlss Imolcne Bogle, Mrs. Horace Mooring, all of Leachville. Mr. and Mrs. Kendnll Berry, Mlss Lillian Shaver, Mr. and Mrs, E. M. Regenold, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Mr. and Mrs. Rllcy B. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman, all of Blytheville; Mr. and Mrs. Knox Kenney of Forrest City. . Mr. and Mrs. B; j. David of West Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Elza Swink of Kennett, Mo., Mr. and Mrs, Lnnls Swink of Truman, Mrs. J. N. Hout of'Tuckerman/Mrs. Charlie Tatum of Crosselt, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Folkert of Anamolsa. la., Mr. and Mrs. Land Payne of Picgott. Mrs, Charlie Pugh of Ackerman, Mlss., Jim Cheadle of Norman, okla., Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Swink of Kennett, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Elliott,, Hi,', of Memphis. Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schrader and sons, Rex and Jon, Mr. and Mrs. Don Goodman, all of Aramosia, la., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gucles of Longworthy, la. Mr. and Mrs. William Henricks, Mr. and Mrs. Eri Helens, and Don Schroder, nil of Scotch Grove, la., John T. Allen of Crosselt. Elmer Jarobs of Umgworthy, la., and Mlss Jerry Williamson of Paragould. Bride-Elect Honored At Shower And Party Miss Nndlne Williams, bride-elect of Glenn White, was guest of honor Thursday a[tcrmx>n when Mrs. Jack Emery nnti Mrs. Floyd Williams entertained for her at the Mrs. .Percy Crowe, Mrs. Paul Nokes and Mrs. Charles Crowe were prize winners in HIE bridal same* played during the afternoon. 3rd Birthday Party Is Held Yesterday Because Linda Carole McDermott was three years old yesterday, her mother, Mrs. Charles McDermott, invited 32 of Linda's young friends to a birthday party at their home. Games were played during ttic afternoon bfforo the traditional birth- clay cake and ice cream were served the Rucsts, who showered Linda will MANILA NEWS By Til,,. Lee Baker Michael Kent Harmon, son of Mr and Mrs. s. w. Harmon, celebrated his fourth birthday Tuesday atter- noon when his aunt. Mrs. George Davis, entertained twenty small guests with a narty at her home. Crepe paper streamers and balloons in assorted colors decorated the lawn where the guests played party games. . Mr, and Mrs. Ed Griffen, Mr and^ \V- P.\Tunier visited Mr. and Mra.'Hobert Griffen at Harrisburg Corner Sunday. Mrs. Hugh Picket of aikeston Mo., visited Mrs. Clara Hornbergei this week. Pol-luck dinner was served to the Indies of the First Baptist Church Wednesday, when they had an al day meeting for Community Missions. The day was spent making garments to he placed in the ston room for needy persons. Rlckie Griffon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harber Griffen, appeared or the Story House on WMCT Ins' week. Sgl. Stalling W. Harmon of Tor Brcckenridge, Ky.. visited his f»m Ily over the weekend. Mrs. T. J. Stall of Paragoulc and Mrs W. P. Hiltchlns of Hot Springs visited Mrs. Walter Grllfeh Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Kenneth McWhirter is con valcsclng after a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Orlffei spent lAst week visiting at Florence Ala., and Savnnah, Tenn. Wanda Gale Gordon entertained nineteen suests with a bunking party nt her home Friday night. The Bits of News P. erional Mr. »nd Mr*. Glair Miller and tent, Billy nnd Buddy, have returned Irom a we«k's vacation spent at Dayton* Beach and other point* of interest In Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Davis and daughter left ye*t»rday for Little Rock, where they will spend the Labor Day weekend »« ittesU of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davli, and will «t- l«nd the professional football game thlt afterncon. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. rolger left yesterday for Little Rock, where Mr. Folger will attend a meeting of managers and staff managers of the Life Insurance of Georgia. They also plan to attend the football game In Little Hock this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Oolloday have as their weekend guests, their daughter, Mr«. Donald Manners and Mr. Mauers of St. LouLi, Mo, Mr*. Manners U the former Miss Laura Swain, and she and her husband are now making their home at BOO L*l«nd Place, University City Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Stalling* and J. A. Haynes left this morning lor LaMollie. 111., where they will be guests of the Stallions' grandsons. Bill and Roy Slalllngs and their families. Capt. Bennett B. (Dick) Wilson, son of Mrs. B. B. Wilson of Blythe- vllle, who has been stationed in the Far East lor the pa*t two years, has received reassignment to the United States, Capl, Wilson, who has been In Korea for the past year, is scheduled to leave Chunchon, Korea, today for his return to the United Slates, where, following a leave, he will go to U.B Ah- Force Security Service Headquarters, Brooks Air Fore* Base. San Antonio, Texas. Sgt, and Mrs. B. H. Robson if Fort Hood. Eexas, are spending a 10-day furlough here with his p?:- enM, Mr. and Mrs. GerHd Robson. At the conclusion o( his leave \-.c- geant Robson will report to Camp Stoneman. Calif., for assignment to Korea, and Mrs. Robson will 40 ID Osceola to make her home with her parents while he Is overseas. Proceeds From Junior Auxiliary.Show Destined To Help Welfare Projects Out of the band box into the school room will go the proceeds of the fashion show, "The Bund Box Prcvue," ftpoiicored annually by the Blythevllle Junior Auxiliary to promote Its welfare program among the school children of fllytheville. The «how will be sinned BC|)t. 14 In the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. Tea wiJl lie served from 3 to 6 o'clock with showings at 3:30 and 5 o'clock. Mm. R. A. Porter Is chairman nnrt Mre. Max Logan, vice- chairman, of this year's affair. Foremost among the activities supported by the Fashion Show are the visual screening tests given In elementary schools of this district, the buying of mlik for needy children in the Blythevllle schools and the Story Hour. The Auxiliary is assisted in the visual aid program by a contribution from the Lions' Club and with the milk fund by individual contributions from Interested citizens. Over 1,000 Tented Clear Lake, Promlwd Land. tnd. Number Nine. Funds from th* F»hlon Show and Individual contributions made it possible during the past year for the Auxiliary to buy'8,549 half pints of milk for needy, children who were not covered by the federal lunch program. The Milk Fund serves children in all six grade* of Central, Sudbury, and Ltnge Schools. , Story Hour Is Held Each Saturday, children »re entertained at the City Library with stories told by AuKillafy members. The story Hour serves the dual purpose of familiarizing the chil dren with the best Wertture *nd the facilities of the public library as welt as providing supervised recreation for idle hours. Attendance contests between schools are conducted at the Library and winners are presented books as prizes tor their class rooms Books are bought from money Mrs Willard H,, welfare i raised through the Fashion Show "•-- — J —' — Miss WhltsiU's Shop, The Edythe chairman, has made a report on the work carried out last year, The eyes of 1.027 school children were Shoppe and The Tot Shop, which showed at last year's affair, will again give a prevue of their Fall A Yard of Fabric Male* It tested in the Blytheville School ..„ ..... B ,. t „ ,,,„,„, „, „,„, „„ district and of [his number 185 1 fashions. Floral decorations for the children failed in the screening. ! affair will be by Allen's Flowers The Auxiliary bought 13 pairs of 1 Window displays will be offered glasses for children who needed I by Ark-Mo Power Company, Fam- financial assistance. j ily Shoe Store, Accessory Shop, Mrs. J. L. Gunn. chairman of ] Linen and Curtain Shop, Guard's ' the Visual Aid Committee, began the screening project Oct. 16, 1950. When members completed thetr schedule March 28 of this year, hey had screened all children in the third, fourth, fifth and sixth grades of eight schools— Sudbury. entral, Lnnge, Yarbro, Ixme Oak. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephens Episcopal Church meeting In Room 101 of Hotel Noble, with Mrs. Etta Payne as hostess, 8 p.m. Executive Board of Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church meeting at 'church. 2:30 p.m. Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church meeting at home of Mrs. Kemp Whlsenhunt, 2329 Birch, 8 p.m. v,, Tuesday '!*!> ""• Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beti Sigma Phi holding first meeting at Robert LJpscomb home, with Mrs Llpscomb and Mrs. Perry DRrby as co-hostesses, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Mrs, Harry A. Halnes entertaining Kibitzer Club. G.E.O. Club members being entertained by Mrs. Johnson Blackwell. Thursday Rook Club meeting with Mrs. Eugene Brown. Early Rot Water Bottle The hot water bottle was In use 3000 years ago. Early Breek physicians applied a bladder filled with hot water for the relief of pain. Rtifus. one of these, who died about 117 A. D., mentions the hot water bottle In his writings. group enjoyed a wiener roast and a movie during the evening. Out- of-town guests were Misses Joan and Rnth Verboys of White Plains N.Y., and Miss Brenda strodi of Sr.arsdale. N.Y. Immediately following the ccrn- Rases and asters filled bowls neckline. .... 'Where Christ and Christians Meet" CHURCH OF CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAYI Mr. C. I,. I'urrliim will speak nl linlli sermons Suutlav, September 2nd. H. F. Sharp is allcmlinp a meeting in Alton, Missouri. KLCN 12:15-12:30 Daily Everybody Welcome i n T SIUIIF Evangclitt Early Service 8:45 Song Leader— James Tlinnipson ^econd Service 10:50 Song Leader— \V. T. Shcltim CHURCH OF CHRIST Main at Highway 61 Send Your Clothes To Us... BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 Jewelry Store and R. D. Hughes men's store. Door prizes will b« offered by Rothrock Drug Compmny. Mrs. Eddie Sallba will play background music as the models parade their costumes. Lighting effects are being devised by Tom Miller of Ark-Mo Power Company. Yarbro W. M. U. Has First Meet The first meeting since organization of the group was held last, night by members of the Women's Missionary Union of the Yarbro Baptist Church. Twelve members, including four new ones, together witli three visitors were guest.s of Mrs. Bill Mitchell for the evening's session. Mrs. Jack Emery gave the devotional. The next meeting will be held at 7:45 p.m. Friday at the church. Fashion Show Held For Ward Employes Thirty nine Montgomery-Wsrd employes and their families were entertained last night at the store when members of thn fashion department presented a jO-m!nute fashion show. Models, all employees of Montgomery-Ward. Included Mrs. Mary May, Mrs. Myra Richardson, Mrs. Lilly Turner, Mrs. Florella Grimes, Mrs. Geraldlne.., Hamilton, Misses Patsy Pope; 'Fraucea;BUyton and -. . -..__.i i ./.-.Carolyn" Bei;w.'.|>iai»iiiments served,; ''.' <k .7t * '' -- Party Is Given At Number Nine Members of the Adult Training Union of the Number Nine Baptist Church, together with several other guests, were entertained Wednesday night with an al fresco party on the lawn or the pastor's home. The affair, sponsored by the pastor, the Rev. Gtne Shultz, was attended by 43 guests, including Mr and Mrs. 3. D. Bray and Joe Blankenship. Prior to serving supper wayer was offered by Raymond Just What The Doctor Ordered! Alter yon see the doe- tor, bring your prescription to as. We will flli It exactly the way he would want it. ST. 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