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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 194(5 Sarah Eskndge Bride Of Thoma;rW:. Jhomas Miss Sarah Anae Eslcrldge, ttf of Mrs W«*r EskrM«e «nd the late Mr EJokridge, became the br'de Sundry at'Qi««n«L William Thomas of Cambria. Wisix, in. n ceremony performed at high noon in the jar- den of the Esfcridge home, 426 North Sixth. The Rev.- S. B. Wilford, pastor of First Methodist Church, offlci*. eel at the double • ring rites, solemnized In the presence of relatives and friends. The improvised altar was flanked on each/ride with floor baskets of pink gladioli and pink and blue hydrangeas • arranged with • red rosjs. The flowers growing in the yard completed the setting for the ceremony. ! /•• ---i' • .':•••: - Mrs. die Evenson of Cambria, the : bridcgroo'm's 1 sister,'was'the bride's ! matron of lionor. and' Thomas Eskridge of-S»n Antonio, the bride's 3 brother; was'Mr. Thomas' best mon . . The JSHde 'wore an aqua-marine ' wool two', piece 'suit .with black accessories. ;Pinried- at her shoulder 'f was a"-corsage^-of gardenias will: pink rose buds' ancTgypsophUln. Hei j small hat also was of cluster of gar- Mrs, Hooper Leads Auxiliary Devotional Mrs. Leslie Hoo|>er led Hie dcvo- lonal for (he Executive Board neeling of Hie Woman's Auxiliary >f First Presbyleilan Church Monday afternoon nt the church. Members participated iu the de- ,'otlonal by rending scriptures from .(Mtli Psnlms. Delegates chosen for the Stnt« Synodical Leadership Training School for the Woman's Auxiliary to be held in July at Bntcsvlllc were Mrs. C. M. Dray, president. den las and pink rose buds. Mrs. Bvenson's dress was of ligh blue chfeonVwith which she wore i corsage of pink carnations. He accessories were in white. Follfiwinfc the ceremony, a recep tion was held on the lawn. The re Cnwley. freshment table was covered with n white lace cloth and centered with a '<hree-tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. Mrs. Thomas Eskridge of Saw Antonio, Mrs. Coy Robinson of Union City, TemC and Mrs. Cleveland Adams of Murray, Ky., presided at the table. Mrs. ThoJpftX attended school at and Mrs. U S. Hartzog. Lake Street WSCS rias Meeting Monday The Woman's society of Clirls- [lr:ii Service of Lake Street Methodist church met Monday afternoon at the church for a session. Mrs. W. B. Mayo conducted the devotional, nsslstcrt l).v Mrs. C. T Shamlin, who read the scripture. Mrs. George Shamlin, n gucsl gave a reading. Mrs. George StiUvcll, president conducted the businss session am the meeting was concluded will Gwendolyn Hart Married in Luxora LUXORA, Ar.t., Jim? 4.—The non-Inge of Miss Gwendolyn Iliirl, daughter of Mrs. Delmn Unit of irawfordsvlllc and Memphis, nnd Vllliam Bertt Corkrnn, son of Mr. mil Mrs. Charles Corkran of Lux- ra, took place !n the First Baptise Jhurch Monday evening at 0 o'clock. The double-ring ceremony was lerformed by the Rev. U. E. L. Bearden, pastor of the Methodist ihurch at Wynne.'before an aluir banked with greenery and deconi 1 .ed with tall baskets of Plainly gla'i- oll. The scene was lighted with the glow of burning candles in candelabra. Mrs. Pred Corkran, of Memphis, nnd Mrs. Lexlc Corkran, of lighted the tapers. Ushers were -Fred Corkran nnd Lcxic Corkran, brothers of the bridegroom. Mrs. T. L. Stanford, pianist, nut! Miss Mary Harriett Silllman, vocalist, presented n program of nuptial music before the ceremony. Mrs. Stanford played "AveVMn- rln," Schubert, nnd "Viennese Refrain," Felton, and Miss Sllllninn sang "Because," Teschcmaclier, anil Bits of Ne\vs Mostly, Personal !"re<! McGregor is at home following his discharge from the y at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. is a veleran of 22 months service in Europe. The former service man makes his home here wlh hta "erindpa«ntt." M- TnS lom BlythevUlo by Bobby Tur: ** r ' >•"*« nrt nf ^ T| . fl^d Mvt: TTntllfJ r Pll.-n Mrs. G. A. McGregor, 828 Clark. Mr. r.ntl Mrs. George H. Grear Jr, and Mr. and Mrs H. B. Key oi Columbus, Ga. will arrive tonight to spend the weekend with Mr. Grear's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Grcar, 030 West Wal- attending school this summer, lie major operation today at Walls Hos- is a veteran of service In the Army Air Corps. Mrs. II. A. Rimer of Memphis and Mrs. Tony demons of Little Rock ore.here as guests of Mrs. Rimer's mother. Mrs. L. T. Wood. A. F. Dietrich will leave tonight for Little Rock to attend a General Insurance' Agents Clinic. Mr, Ulai- rieh l.s manager of the United insurance Agency here. Mrs. James Bell and son, Billy have relui'ned to their home at St. Charles, Mo., after :i two weeks visit here with lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson and family of Armorel, and her sister, Mrs. Troy Lee, and Mr. Lee. Shit came especially for the weddiiiK of her brother, Harold E. Anderson, and Ml.ss Betty .lane Martin. Mrs. Harvey T. Kldd Is attending the Presbyterian Church Camp at Ferncllfr, Ark., where she Is a cabin councilor. She was accompanied nut. Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tipton, who have been in Dyersburg, Tcnn., recently, have arrived for a brief stay with their cousin, Mrs. H. L. Chambers, 900 West Walnut, before returning to Dycrsburg for the present. They spent the Winter In Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Armstrong Jr., have returned from New York Murray, KJ 1 ;, .and was graduated I a from Blytheville High School. She has bjfff'e'rirproyed' the'' 'past -four years 'at'* Blytheville" Army'Air "Field. Son it* Mr, and Mrs.-W. G. Thom- ns of Cambria; the bridegroom wns group singing and a prayer b> Mrs. George Crews. Guests other than Mrs. sham lln were Mrs. Eva Church. Mrs Ruth El Frank and Mrs. H. II Mrs. Jones Hostess To Her Club, Guests Tile Rllcy B. Jones home In Manila was the setting yesterday for members of the Tuesday Hridge Club and other guests when Mrs. Jones entertained the group with |'Ah Sweet Mystery of Life," Her-]city, where they made their home for the past six months nnd are to reside here. Mr. Armstrong Is bria and is a veteran of service in the Army Air Force, having been stationed for some time at Blytheville Army Air Field. Mr. Thomas Is owner of an un- .dertaking establishment in Cambria. After a wedding trip, the couple will go. to Cambria to make their home. * ... - , • •Out-of-town- igu'estsi present for the wedding, lii/ acldltion to : those in the .wedding party were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Guczwicz .of Jonesboro, Cleveland Adorns of Murray nnd Coy Robinson 'of Union City., i ' * ••.'*'"'- " i ' Brid&elect * Honored At Party Yesterday Miss ipprolhy Annis Robinson, of Leachvjlle, bride-elect of Robert Lewis Pierce of Leachvillc; was gues; of hortor here yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Wallace S. Hoke and Miss Jane Branson entertained with a bridg£ party at the home of Mrs Hoke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. G Hubbarji, 1121 West Main, This jwas one in a .series of social afiairs being given for .Miss Robinson before her wedding Sun da5 T in t Leachville. The ^ubbard hom e was decoratec Vi\th attractive bouquets of .roses snapdragoiis and pansies. When bridge was played, higl Ecore pVize, a box of. painted sta tionary, was presented Miss Fran ces Little and for second high', cosmetfc container was awarde Mrs. Robert A. Porter. The guest of honor was present ed an ash tray and match holde set. The [hand-made tallies.. carrier out the bridal motif.. . The 10 guests included the .bride to-be's \ mother, 'Mrs/ Elmer , Ama Robinson; Mrs. Lloyd'Lane Jr., Mr Jack pierce, Mrs. .Bob Bryant au Mrs. Atherton Hielt, all of Leach ville. . A salad course ..was served, wil iVIrs. Cecil Branson assisting th 1 lostesses . '•?.- ••• -• • : The home wns decorated with effective arrangements of Snmmci' flowers, including varied shades of 'hydrangeas, zinnias, snapdragons and roses. Each of the smnll tables where guests were served was centered with a nasturtium plant. Guests included Mrs. Elton W. Kirby, Mrs. W. I.. Horner, Mrs. Chester Cr.ldwcll nnd Mrs. C. A. niningham. Mrs. Dixie Crawford Jonesboro, n former member 10 lived in Blytheville, also was •esent. When bridge was played during le afternoon, guest prize went to :rs. Kirby. High score among icmbers went to Mrs. Lloyd Stick- on and second to Mrs. W. C. igglnson. ^Aiss Cecil Mae Kenley ^o Wed Marion Wafler Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam C. Kenley of [pllnnd, Mo., announce (ho engage- icnt and approaching marriage ol heir daughter. Miss Cecil Mae Keney, to Marion F. Waller, son of Mr. nd Mrs. H. A. Wafler of Stcnlu, \to. Date of the wedding will be bert. During the ceremony, Mrs. Stanford played "At Dawning," Charles Wakefleld Cadinim. The traditional wedding marches from Lohengrin and Mendelssohn were used. Mrs. Dan Griffin of Marlon, mister of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore an ariua crepe dre;w with a corsage of pink carnations. The bride was escorted by her uncle, L. C. Goodoe of Tyronza, to the altar where joined by the bridegroom and Ills father, Charles Cork- rnn, who served ns best man. Her gown of white embroidered silk was semi-formal with a swcci- heart neck. She wore a corsage of pink rosebuds and Baby Breath. Her. wlilte picture lint wns crown less. The bride's oniy ornament was n single strand of pearls. Immediately- after the ceremony, the couple and their parents formed a receiving line in the entrance of the church where the couple re- eived congratulations of relatives nd friends. Following .the ceremony a rccep- lon was held at the home of Miss Wise for tlio families vedding party. The lace-draped table was cen- cred with a three-tiered weddhi; nke topped with a miniature bri- Inl couple and based with white -nrualions ana fern. Mr. Corkrnn and his bride will re side at 1130 North Parkway, Mem- son of Mr. smd Mrs. Doyle Turne Grover Canada is undergoing reatmcnt at Blythevllle Hospital 'or simi.s and a severe throat r ection. He will undergo a tonsil- ectomy Thursdny. Charles Leggett, son of Mrs. W. C. >ggett, has gone to Hattiesburg. Miss., where he will bo the guest week nf his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Parks. He was uc- compankd by his cousin, David (jett, of Memphis. Miss Ni'al Uickctt and Mrs. E. A. Stacy spc-nt yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Prentis Holder underwent inuounced later. Miss Kenley was graduated fror.i Holland High School and now is employed at n physician's oflicc In olland. Mr. Waller was graduated froi.. Steele High School and is now a salesman for a hardware coinpan\ in St. Louis. He Is a veteran at 34 months service in the Air Corps, of which 2 months were in the European The ater. HunKo _ THE ftainiy COOKING FAT 3ls Wonderful! connected with Planters Hardware Company and Mrs. Armstrong Is connected with Montgomery Ward Store. They are visiting Mrs. Armstrong's relatives for the present. Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Nicholson nd daughter. Helen, have gone to Gulfport, Miss., and other points ilong the const by automobile to ;pcnd their vacation. They plan o be gone two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. U. A. Bugg, 2007 Chickasawba, have as their guests ier sister, Mrs. Leda Admire of Memphis an<i her nephew, Charles •!. Jones. Mrs. Jones, and daugh- :er, Margucvita Maria, of San Jose, Costa Rica. Mrs. Florence Sudduth, who was a guest several days, has returned to her home in Cnruthers • ville, Mo. Miss Jcttye Clalr Huffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huffman, 1123 West Walnut, is in Gulfporl, Miss., wher,, she is the guest of Miss Mnrinn Home. Miss Huffman was graduated this Spring from University of Mississippi, where she received a bachelor of science degree. Truman Speck, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Norman "U. Speck, 725 Lilly, is home for a week from University of Missouri, Columbia, where he is CAlll> Of' THANKS We wish to thank every one being so nice to us during the Illness and death of our Mother, Mrs. Ida Hoggard. Sam Hoggard, husband, and children Mrs. Ruby Leq Jenkins Mrs. Clara Mae Palmer Mrs. Beatrice Bunch Clarence Hoggard Jesse Hoggard Thomas Hoggard. Mr. Corkran is a graduate of the Luxora High School and immediately niter graduation entered tnu Army where he served for three years with 17 months overseas duty. Mrs. Corkran is a graduate of Crawfordsville Higli School and is employed by the National Screen Service Corporation in Memphis. Out of town guests were Mrs. R. E. L. Beartien of Wynne, Mrs. E. M. Brolnski, Miss Fay Mclntyre and Mr. Rothchlld, v of Memphis; Mr. nnd Mrs. A. N. Walker, Mrs. Sue Landrum nnd Dan Griffin, of Marion; Mr. nnd Mrs. H. A. Long, Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Harmon, of Crrr.v- fordsvillc; Mrs. Laura Gnodoe of Port Allen, La., aunt of the bride; Mrs. Paul Hnys of Joiner; Charles Corkrnn, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Corkran and children. Marijo and Jim- mle, of Flint, Mich.; Mr. nnd Mr*. Stanley Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Ja Trammel and Mrs. Pauline Corkran of Wilson. SUPREME COLD WAVE with Kurlium five*. 7£<dittafJ > (>(>6i CURLS WWAVES IN 2 to 3 HOURS AT HOME Pcpxi-Cola Company, l^cnrj fsland C\l\} t N. Y. 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