Fag* four — Blythevfflt (Ark.) Courier News — Tuesday, June 21, 1966 i j; *. — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baxter Southern (Photo by Yeager) Charles B. Southern Claims Miss Jane Atteberry as Bride In a candlelight ceremony atlas G. Newman of St. Louis, and 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the First I Mrs. J. H. Southern of Caruth- Baptist Church in Charleston, Mo., Miss Jana Lane Atteberry became the bride of Charles Baxter Southern Jr. Rev. H. W. Chaney, pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Atteberry of Charleston, and the groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Southern of Caruthersville. The church lightedby two sanctuary branched was can: delabras, centered by a 15- branched candelabra. Forming the background, was a large and tall arched candelabra, each holding white lighted tapers. Sight large cathedral lighted candles surrounded by encalyp- tus greenery were placed along the choir.railing. A pair of tall silver urns, filled with white hybrid delphiniums, white stock and eucalyptus completed the setting. Nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Roy A. Bess, organist, aunt of the bride, and by Carter Fenton, vocalist. Misses Cprinne Atteberry and Sue Morgan, cousins of the bride, were candlelighters. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white silk organza with re-embroidered Alencon lace motifs, trimmed with seed pearls and sequins. The fitted bodice featured a Mrs. Glen Ault, Mrs. Carl Was en and Mrs. J. E. Ellis in charge of arrangements, closed with tiny satin covered The bride's table was center ersville, sister-in-law of the groom. The bride's attendants and candlelighters wore identical full length dresses of mint green crepe.. The empire bodices featured short sleeves and round necklines. A smaH band of vari-col- ored satin flowers encircled the waists. Their headpieces were green crepe bows witti green maline veiling. They carried cresent arrangements of white stephanotis and ivy. The candlelighters flowers were wrist corsages of white stephanotis. Mr. Southern attended his son as best man. Groomsmen were J. H. Southern of Caruthersville, brother of the groom, Boyd Atteberry, brother of the bride, and Robert Seemann of New Madrid, brother-in-law of the groom. Ushers were Dick Black of Needhams Host Reunion A family reunion was held over the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Needham. Approximately 74 attended. A special guest was M r s. Needham's mother, Mrs. Annie Gamble. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Needham of Flat River, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hargis and Mr. and Mrs. D. Hargis of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. James Needham of Lockport, 111.; Jean and Jan Stafford and Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Webster of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Bob McAuley of Chicago, W a 11 e y Needham of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Sleeve Needham and Mr. and Mrs. K e n n e t h | White of Carbondale, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Jackiee Moore a nd family of Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Kennamore of Festus, Mo. WED — Mill Donna Williams, daughter of • Mr. and Mri. James M. Williams of BAFB, and A2C Robert F. Dollar, Jr. were married May 28. Rebekahs Hold Social Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 held its monthly social meeting Monday evening in the Lodge Hall with Mrs. W. J. Willingham, Mrs. Dick Shinault and Mrs. Dick Fullerton acting as hostesses. A "shift" fashion show was Miss Williams Becomes Bride of Airman Robert F. Dollar J Woman's Society Assembles In Circle Meetings Womin'i Society of ChriJtitn Service circlet held meetings In homes Of members yesterday. Circle I met it the home «f Mrs, Tom A. Little. Chairman Is Mrs. Ray Harrison. The devotional was led by Mrs. Harvey Morris and the study by Mrs. Tommy Young. Guests attending were Mrs. Virgil Keeley and Mrs. Mildred Bunch. New members were Mrs. Louis Panzino and Mrs. A. H. Patrick. Mrs. C. D. Clark will host the next meeting. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Williams of Blytheville Air Force Base announce the marriage of their daughter, Donna, to A2C Robert F. Dollar, Jr. on May 28 at Blytheville. The bride, a native of Missouri, is a recent graduate of Gosnell High School. Airman Dollar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Dollar, Sr., of Longview Drive in Tallahassee, Fla., was graduated from Leon held demonstrating styles to be sold by the lodge. Games were played with prizes awarded to Mrs. Fullerton and Mrs. Jack May. Secret pals honored were Mrs. Willingham, Mrs. Fullerton, Mrs. Grace Morphew, Mrs. Rhoda Ashabranner and Mrs. Chester Renfro. Assorted party foods and iced drinks were served by the hostesses. Jefferson hold of City, and Ferguson, Jim Her fraternit brothers of the groom. Mrs. Atteberry, mother of th bride, wore a shell pink ribbo lace sheath dress. Her corsag ras a pink orchid. The bridegroom's mothe chose a pink flowered dress o silk crepe. Her corsage was alsi a pink orchid. A reception was held at t h iome of the bride's parents wit! round neckline, long sleeves which came to petal points, buttons. Tiny covered buttons were also used for the back closure of the bodice. The full length skirt, featuring a white satin bow which centered the back of the waist, ended in & long chapel train. The bridal veil, of tiered silk net illusion was attached to a small crown of seed pearls. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls, given her by file bridegroom. She carried a cascade bouquet of cattleya orchids and lillies of the valley. Matron of honor was Mrs. W. J. Hunter of Me m p h i s, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Betty Crader of Jackson, Mrs. Thom- ed by a large tiered wedding cake With a silver punch bow at one end. Branched silver eandelabras also decorated fin table. Mrs. Larry Brazel, Miss Taff Brown, Miss Cathy Creed ol Memphis, and Mrs. Robert See man of New Madrid, sister ol the groom, served the cake ant Little Misses Jane and Caro line Clemenson of St. Louis cousins of the bride, distributee white net bags of rice to the guests. Misses Carroll Creed and Laurie Moran, cousins of the bride, were at the guest book. For the wedding trip to the Cards Of Thanks I would like to expreu my sincere thanks to our wonderful friend* and neighbor! for the cards, visits, food and flowers during the illness and death of my husband, Rev. W. J. Camithera. May God bleu each of you. MRS. IDA CARRUTHERS Cards Of Thanks Words can never expreu my appreciation for your thoughtfulnes* of m* la this saddest occasion of my life. •lne« it J* Impoulbl* for me to write each of you personally at thli time, I do want to say THANK YOU to all. I am in hoptt «f (Mint aU of .you In th* near future. Lovingly MRS. GERALD SUMMERS (Mitt Mary Outlaw) 3zarks, the bride changed to a brown and white cotton dress with white jacket, and a white hat with brown trim. Her cor- soge was a white orchid. Mr. and Mrs, Southern will reside in Caruthersville this iummer, leaving in September 'or New Orleans where Mr. Southern attends law school at Mane University, and Mrs. Southern will teach in New Or- eans schools. A rehearsal dinner was given by Mr. and Mrs. Southern, parents of the bridegroom, at the Holiday Inn in Sikeston Friday evening for members of the bridal party and other invited guests. The dinner for the sixty guests was served buffet style. The dining tables were covered with white cloths and centered With arrangements of spring flowres. The Jerry Ford Orchestra of Cape Girardeau provided t h e music for dancing that followed the dinner. WOC Hears Reports Of Delegates Delegates attending a Synodi- cal Training School in Batesville recently presented their reports at the general meeting of Women of the Church of First Presbyterian yesterday. Attending the school were Mrs Arnold B r i 11 a i n, Mrs. John Cherry, Mrs. George W. Dilla- hiinty, Mrs. Harman Taylor and Mrsi Mike Simon. The meeting, presided over by Mrs. J. E. Dicks, vice president, was opened with the devotional brought by Mrs. Ernest McKenzie. A report on the senior breakfast was heard from Mrs. George Wilson. Circle. I with Mrs. George W. Dillahunty as chairman won the attendance count. Featured on the program were Cindy Dillahunty, Susan Grigsby and Morgan Rainwater, who participated in the guidance program at Southwestern in Memphis. The students were introduced by Mrs. Jo'hn Cherry. Mrs. Arnold Brittain, on be- balf of her circle, presented em- oroidered aprons to the women of the Church for use in the church kitchen. The aprons were made by members at the circle meeting last week. Hostess during the social hour was Mrs. Hugh Hudson. High School and attended Pen sacola Junior College before entering the Air Force. After a 30-day stay in Tallahassee, Mrs, Dollar will make her home in Phoenix. Ariz., while Airman Dollar serves a tour of duty in Viet Nam. AWARD WINNER - Marc DeSplinter, son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Howard DeSplinter of Fairfield, Calif., has received a National Merit Scholarship, and awards in physics, mathematics and chemistry. His mother is the former Miss Evelyn Jordan of Blytheville. He ranks in the upper one percent of seniors nationwide. If you want that bacon to stay flat., put it in a cold skilled and cook slowly, turning as necessary. It is not necessary to pour off the fat until all the bacon is cooked. Circle II members assembled at the home of Mrs. Richard Burrow, chairman. After the devotional was given by Mrs. Bob Boyd, Mrs. Jack Robinson led the group in the study. Welcomed as new members were Mrs. Leonard Johnson. ;. W. C. Swink, Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich and Mrs. D. H. Waters. Next hostess will be Mrs. Bob Boyd. Social ami Personal Notes Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ashby i she will repreeent her sororily, Mrs. W. L. Horner was hostess to members of Circle II. Mrs. C. E. Campbell is chairman. The devotional was given by Mrs. John Ed Regenold and have returned after vacationing the past two weeks. They visited in Aberline, Me., with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wamock, and daughter Jennifer, who are being transferred to Kaiser Slaughtern. Germany, where he will be stationed with the Air Force. During their trip, they also were guests of Mrs. Ashby's brothers and families, Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson of Groton, Conn.', and Mr. and Mrs H. D. Anderson of Knoxville, Tenn. En route home they toured Gettysburg, Pa. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Campbell are Mrs. Campbell's aunts, Mrs. P. M. Hubbard and Mrs. W. R. Stephens, of El Paso, Tex. Scott, Shannon, Kent and Kregg Lee of Oklahoma City are visiting with their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. M. J. Cuadra, this week while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lee, are in Chicago. Shannon Lee, who is celebrating her sixth birthday today, will be honoreed with a swimming party and luncheoi this afternoon. Miss Marti Cuadra will leave Thursday for Hot Springs where Fourteen members attended. 07, Mrs. Bill D. Jackson and - Mrs. Clifford Butcher is circle chairman. Mrs. Cleo Pope led the devotional after which the study was given by Mrs. Stiles. The next meeting place will be the home of Mrs. Bill Hardy. Mrs. George Hubbard led -he A y " . . .t, ..»!„« ™ A guest at the meeting was Mrs. C. W. Kill* -of Abilene, MIS. oene Brown. Tex. The next meeting will be with Mrs. E. B. Gee, Jr. The home of Mrs. W. R Campbell was the meeting place of members of Circle IV. Co- hostess was Mrs. John Featherston. Circle chairman is Mrs. James T. Peterson, Jr, Mrs. B. A. Lynch gave the devotional. The study followed with Mrs. William H. Wyatt as leader. Mrs. P. M. Hubbard and Mrs. W. R. Stephens of El Paso, Tex,, were welcomed as guests. Mrs. Elbert Johnson, chairman, entertained Circle V yesterday. The devotional was heard from Mrs. W. T. Rainwater and Mrs. C.C. Brock was study lead- ei. Next hostess Will be Mrs. W. S. Johnston. A guest, Mrs. C. H. Whistle. was welcomed by Circle VI members when they met at th home of Mrs. James Tully chairman. Mrs. Charles Moseley led th ;roup in the devotional. Stud eader was Mrs. C. G. Redman Delta Delta Delta, ai a Poultry Princess In the pageant which will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mrs, John Scott has returned from a trip to Atlanta. She was joined In Memphis by her ate- ter, Mri. Dan Cain, and other friends. Miss Juliinna Ma hi n and Lewis Mahan ipent the weekend in Mississippi with their grandparents, Mr. and Mri. E. M. Mahan, and their great • grandmother, Mrs. H. H. Martin. They were accompanied by their father, Diirward Mahan. Mrs. W. H. Stovall Sr., and Bill Stovall, III have returned after visiting relatives In Los Angeles. During their trip, they toured Disneyland, Knoxberry Farms, CBS Studios and Marineland. Coming Einits Tuesday Officer's Wives Club to hold games day, 12:30, Officers Club. 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