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FAGI FOUK BI/YTHEVTLLE (ABKJ COURIER NEWS AUGUST 19, 1949 Society MARRH-I) YESTKRDAV AF'L UIEXOON—Mrs, Don F.dward Anne Galloway Becomes Bride Of Don Chamblin In an all-white wedding yesterday afternoon in Augusta, Arkansas, Miss Virginia Anne Galloway of Augusta was married to Don Edward Chamblin of Blytlieville, son of Mr. and j Mrs. 'L. D. Chamldin. The Rev. Dal Hames officiated at the double-ring service at 4:30 p.m. in llio First Baptist Church. White gladioli and southern slniilax \vcre combined to foctn a setting of late summer beauty for the exchanging of vows. Tall white tapers set in .seven branched candelabra Hurt single cathedral candles binning in each of the ninny windows of the church lighted the sanctuary for tlic ceremony. Before the ceremony nuptial -elections were presented by Mis. T. J. Stacy, organist, and Mrs. C. L. McAlexandcr. soloist. Mrs. Mc- Alexancler sane "The Perfect Song," and "Because," D'Hrmlelot. Tile hririe \v«.= given in marriage by her brother, Charles Tlench Galloway. Jr.. of Augusta. She \vas preceded down the aisle by her attendants, a maid of honor, four bridesmaids and two junior bridesmaids. Miss Georgia Mills. o< Augusta, the maid of honor, wtis gowned In white marquisette over white taffeta, fashioned with a portrait neckline from Which fell a bertha of embroidered marquisette. Tlic bouffant floorlenglh skirt \vas formed by tiers of ruffles. A halo of shirred mahne circled her head and a veil to her shoulders. Carries Red Carnations A bouquet of red carnations outlined with white maline petals contrasted vividly with her dress. Bridesmaids, dressed in white frocks made along similar lines, included Mrs. Jack Chamblin of Blytheville, Misses Barbara Anne Carr, Newport, Virginia Pierce, Evarls, Ky.; and Irene Abbny. Tunica. Miss. They also carried red carnation bouquets. Belinda and Mary Diruree Eldridge, cousins of Ore urine, wore dresses fashioned after those ol the honor attendants. They were junior bridesmaids. The .bride wore traditional ivory •utin made into a gown with a basque waist. The nylon yoke was outlined with a bertha of Chantiny lace and seed pearl embroidery. The long snug sleeves ended in calla points over' her wrists and the redingote skirt fell away to a cathedral tritn. A panel of tiers of the Chantilly lace ruffled the full front length of her gown. A fingertip veil of illusion was I listened to a halo of heirloom lace j «nd seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of bride's roses and stephanotis surrounding a white orchid. Jack Chamblin served hLv.brothcr •s best man. To tire In Fayettevllle Ushers were Chris Tompkins. Jr., of Blytheville: Jim Smart of Greenwood, Miss.: Buddy Abernathy, Text lana. Tex.; John Rolfe El- dridgc. and Perry Galloway, both of AugusU. cousin and brother of Summer flowers in the bride. color decorated the Mrs. Virginia Eldrldge Galloway, rooms ol the Sylvester home where mother of the bride, was attired in I her party was held, a dress of grev crepe with navy j A midciiu cnlwnrk cloth covered blue accessories. Mrs. Chamblin j 'he main table from which aborted also chose navy crepe, trimmed In p^rly f.>Mt<= were served. The fea- Avalon Bunco Club Gains [\vo Members Thursday Two new members Joined the Avalon Bunco Club yesterday when t met at the home of Mrs. Paul \fahon. They were Mrs. Clyde Eldrldge and Mrs. Buss Kettinger. Prizes were won by Mrs. Gene Ellis, )ilfj)i, Mrs. Norman Speck, low, and Mrs. Bill Gllbo'*. bunco. Mrs. Eddie Ford was presented gifts by the club members following the games. Mrs. Mahcm used roses and orchid butterfly blossoms to decorate her home lor the occasion. She served refreshments during the social hour. Picnic al River Given For Little Rock Visitors Bits of News Mrs. A. M. Butt left yesterday for Memphis Methodist Hospital where she will remain for several days for a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Steagall and family returned Wednesday from ft two weeks trip to Jiaker, Ga., and Hawthorne and St. Augustine, Fla, Miss A n n Robinson and her homeguest, Miss Juan it a Klam of Chaffee, Mo., left yesterday for Coldwater, Mich., lo visit Dr. and lin was before her marriage ye.slcrday in her home tuwn of Augusta, Ark., j '['Q [-|fj[io|- Mrs. Pai'lvCr MLiS Virginia Ann Gallouny, She is the dau^htiir oi Mr.s. Virginia EJd- ridyc Galloway of that cily. Mr. Chiunblm is the sun ol Mr. and' Mrs. en _ | Lex D. Chambiiii. fell i : Mrs. George W. Richardson. They i will also visit Canada and other ': points of interest. ] C. B. Birmingham left Wednes- Vir'iiila AH" Robin-son compliment- | day for Jackson, Tenn., to he with ed Betsy ?.:id Bill Ogcisny of Little his brother. Eulas Birmingham, who Rock lintiMRUe.sts of Mr." and Mrs. was injured in an accident. rt,,!,jiron. E. H. ford, representative of the Kiwanis Club, left Thursday for he Shrine Hospital for Crippled Children al St. Louis. He was accompanied by Bobby Wade, four, of Half Moon who will enter as a patient. Mr. Ford will return today, Mrs. Joe Alexander, Sr., left Thursday for her home in Miston, I'enn., Lifter having been the guest uf her sons. Spencer Alexander and 'amily and Jue Alexander, Jr.. and iiunily for several days. Mr. and Mrs. H. D' Adams of Avon Park, Fla., are visiting here with his nephew, William VVyatt and family, and In Joncsboro with other relatives. They plan to remain about a month longer. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Stewart arc now making their home in Dell. Mr. Stewart, son of Mr. anti Mrs. B, F. Stewart, received his B. S. degree from Arkansas State College this summer and will teach in the Dell High School. Mrs. Stewart fs the former Miss Margaret Holt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Holt. Miss Gail Whitsitt arrived home •nnounce the birth of • daughter, Nancy Marie. The b»by wa» born August 17 it. Tidwell's Clinic. Mrs. Igleheart is the former Miss Carolyn Orrell. Mrs. and Mrs. Jesse Taylor ind •on, Jes.se, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Loyd WhitUlter are spending several d»ys In Estes Park, Colo., Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, and other points of Interest. The group plans to return next week. 1 Mrs. Mae Auten and daughter, Miss Mary Margaret, returned yesterday from a six-weeks vacation In the Eastern stales. They visited In Jersey City, New York City, Hoboken, and Asbury Park, N.J While there they were Ihe guests of another daughter, Mrs. Frank Vltale of Jersey City. Slyrheville 'Bids' for Place on Roll Of National Bridge Organization Rfii'field \\:<-s the setting, of a picnic Widiu.-day night when htite Ten ol her little friends '.'.ailu-recl to r<>;t>( wiinor.s, inarjihrnellows :tncl spend t-ie evening in tnforniiil <?n- , certaiimKtii. The gi-oup was accompaincd by Mr and Mis. Freeman Rcbhxson, pnipn:^ of ihe hosle.s. 1 ;. Mrs. Schctev Hostess To Thursday Rook Club Mrs M \vl*e» Mrs ICJ-A to :he the yan:es hifih. Mrs .?. S:hcrcr wa.s guest Leon Schcrer was hos- Thursday Rook Club In MIA. Leon scherer won George Sahba, Jr.. Second and Mi 1 -. T. W. Gofonh rooko. The cnieruimns rooms were dcc- oiv.trd in i profusion oJ mixed snin- iiier flo'.voi^. Ri'nv.sluiiojics were pervert by Die chamb- C and N Club Meets Poiluck Lunch Planned By Gosnell Church Group James Mill Home Selling For Bridge Luncheon A potlucv luncheon was voted for The J.TII the next media;; ol the Go.snell ninth was i Women's Society of Ch:l.stiiin Scr- ( for a bridge vice yesterday at their xveekly meet- I Hill crunphim in;. j cnkanip of .\ One guc.st, Mr.s. C. T. Sliamlin <>!' r lu ' r s _" n - A the Lake Street Methodist Church, i taml ' v met with the eit;ht members pira- i During en:. Airs. Hemioi.son Hail. tem[K>r;uy chairman, opened Die meeting with a prayer, followed hy the scripture reading from the Book of Job. Tlic eroup sang a hymn. Mr.s. Rov K. H;i!m ?ave a review o! the inminiiiK i-haincrs of • AVo- iiu'ii of Scripture-," fr.im wim'h the study cour.se has been derived for tills unit. Mrs. Hall prcMdcct over the short busine.-s session and dismissed ihe tri-cup with a prayer. Mr.s. Lester Reams, hn^t the im-Kmt,' at Ihe church. refrc.shmer.t.s. Hill homo at 124 N. ho soiling Thursday Imichcim when Mr.s. med Mr.s Clara Wct- H. \Vi-u-nkatnp and .Mrs. Jmi Henry Lutes was hostess lo thr C ami N. Birthday Club Th it s day craiing al Walker Park. Approxiniiitely 25 nieinliers an<t <;;UPSLS iittenried the affair which '.VLI^ ^i\'cti in honor or Mrs. P. S. Parker \vho celebrated her birthday recently. Following the sevcti o'clock supper srotip yift-s. presented Mrs. Parker •5.S for .served Morning Party Given For Out-of-lo\vn Guesl Mr. J J. Crxik-ston ami Mr*. Il.i- leii'h Sylvcvter ye.stciday received -0 Siie.sU al an informal morning par- f.y lor Mrs, Oeiald Carter of Ft. Myers, Fla., who U visiting rcliitivt-s hpre. myriad of the briciue names Mrs. Edwin Rdbiii.son won high and Mrs. [ R. C. Riv-c .secnml. Mrs. Wctcn- kamp was al.*o piT.scnlccl a gift. I 'Die two cour e luncheon was .served from The dining inble which was overlaid with a green linen cloth centered -,ulh a slrikin^ ar- , ransomi nt of yelloiv marigolds and. blue salvia. Mrs. A. R. Wrtcnkninrj and Mrs. i K. M. Terry were tea guests. f Baptist Girls' Group Compliments Bride-Elect Junior Girls' Auxiliary nf the First Baptist Cliurih ye.slerciay c.ue a I :'.!'.rl:c:! MlO'.'.'O; !'»r 'he duini; ,,CU- retary, Mis:, Bilhe jean Turk, who .:, en5!v«i to Millani Kdd.s. Miss Turk wa.s pie.^r'ntcci a (or- I .Si^o of ycljaw ro.-f.s b> M;,rj<:rie Uiiuiilierty, pri-.-ent of tin: sump. She recet\eri nUt.s !:<mi ilic 17 :iieinl)*:rs f.ro.sent. Red ro.se.i ntul ribbon.s ileiMi,ucd the table or. which tin- ^ifi.s were di.splaye;!. A white cloth covered the t:tnlc. Red eshmonts were served bv Ann Heater, ho.ste.-.s for the? meeting. Miss Betty Dodds will leave today Ncwbcrn, Tenn., where .she for will be the weekend guest of her Nazorene Congregation Entertained by Franks' A watermelon feast was given for the conPrc^.iilion of the Fjr.st Naza- icne Church last night by Mr. and Mis. H W. Franks. The occasion allowed members to visit informally with their new psi.st- nr. the Rev. Royal Schuliz. Mrs. Schultx and nine-year-old daughter. Royalene. who recently moved icie ff-om ^Bcntonville to assume ht- pastorate. j Mr. and Mrs. Frank.'! served ice 1 cream in addition to the iced watcr- i melon to the 125 members and guests At The Hospitals niythcvlllc llusniUt J. G. Wslkins. City Dian Ccok. City Mrs. Archie I'.HJS and baby, City Glen Jones, Cootcv, Mo. Eugene Thread;!!!. Holland, Mo. Wills Hospital Afrs Milliard Hamm and baby, Rt. 1, City Mrs Bertha Collie, Luxora Mr.s. Lulu Sharp. Kciscr Koy L Council, Rt. 1, Cily Mrs. Waller Bohannon, Osceola. yesterday from Sheffield. Ala., where she spent several weeks witli her aunt, Mrs. Bryan Miley and Mr. Mlley. Her father. Hugh Wliitsitt, motored to Memphis to meet her. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Cherry and Mrs. Robert Weidnran and son, Slevie, were in St. Louis early this week. Mrs. J. L. Wallace is visiting In Osceola this week. She will return home' Saturday. Condition of Crawford Noble, while still serious, is slowly improving. Reports received here indicate he is past the critical stage. Mr. Noble was stricken ill while on a European tour with his wife. He is at the Karolinska Hospital In Stockholm. Sweden. Carl Lay is in Kennedy Hospital in Memphis for a two-week checkup. His wife and two children are visiting relatives in Parkin during ihe same time. Mr. Lay is In Ward H B of ihe hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Van Winkle of New Boston. Ind.. and Miss Bertha Lanman of Bristow, Ind., have been the guests for the past lew days of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Weedman on Lake Street. Mrs. Van Winkle is a sister of Mrs. Weedman and MLss Lanman is her niece. Returning yesterday from a month's visit in St. Louis and other points of interest, in Missouri and liinois and Indiana was Mrs Adttie B. Hoiichin. Miss Lonnie Hargctt lelt yesterday afternoon for Joncsboro where lie will spend the weekend as the holiscguest of Hunter Kimbro and his mother, Mrs. H. J. Kimbro. Mr.s. Walter Stiles is ill at her home this week. Miss Mickey Meredith of Clarks- riale. Miss., has been ihe guest this week of Dick Shanks and his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Joe Shanks. She will remain throughout the weekend. parnets. Mr. and Mrs. John Bodd, Sr., and family. Miss Mane Cook Is able to be up after having been a patient at Blytlieville Hospital for several days. Millard C. Edds. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Edds, 1415 Chickasawba, is one of the R.O.T.C. students from the University of Arkansas Medical School U> attend the clinical clerkship at Brooke General Hospital at Fort Sain Houston Texas The course will extend unti Sept. 9 Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Reid of Milwaukee, wis., formerly of Blylhe- ville. are spending two days here as the guests of Mrs. E. B. Thomas Mrs. B. A. Lynch is spending tod;ty in Memphis. Mrs. B. R Gay, Mrs. C. W Garngan and daughter Miss Gay Garrigan will attend the MOA'i production "New Moon" in Mem phi.s tomshl and will spend the weekend in Memphis. Mrs. Walter Rosenthal returnci yesterday from Bellcjo, Calif where she went to attend th wedding of her nephew, Richari Morton Weinbcrg. She was aw a two weeks and was accompanie on her trip by her brother, Ewel Wcinbcrg of Paris, Tenn. The made the journey by air both ways Mrs. Herbert Halle Brooks of Memphis returned with Mrs. Rosenthal to spend the weekend here. Blytlieville bridge players will | oon gel a chance to see how they ank with other bridge fans across he nation. It's all a part of the game—dup- icate bridge, that is. Mrs. Dick While and Miss Molly Guard are Introducing the new kind of bridge to Blytheville and act as directors for the games an Thursday nights and alternate Wednesday and Thursday alter- loons. And because the local group plans , to affiliate soon with the American Contract Bridge League, which keeps tabs on every game and every player on ILs rolls, Bly- iieville bridge participants will be ranked and compared with every oilier American bridge fan. Trial, "rating point"—the technical name for one's standing may also net a pita from the organization. Mrs. White said that money and prizes and rating point prizes will be awarded at every session. Duplicate bridge differs from ordinary bridge, Mrs. White explained, in that It is essentially a tournament game. The hands arc dealt by the players, then placed In pockets on the playing board -so lhat each pair plays all the board. Tlie Blytheville branch was authorized by the Arkansas group which played Us state tournament recently at Bear Creek Lake near Marlanna. Mrs. White attended that contest and was paired with Mr.s. Eugenia Jenkins of who has since organized Stcele, similar duplicate bridge group In her town. It Isn't a club, Mrs. White emphasized, and any bridge player y Join Hie game by making reservations with either of the two directors, for a cost of 75 cenlj game. Sessions will be at the Rustic Inn, Miss Guard in charge of the night games and Mrs, White of the afternoon assembly. Revival Begins Sunday At Half Moon Church Ten days of revival meetings will begin Sunday, August '21 at, tha Half Moon Methodist Church, tile Rev. W. p. Yount, pastor announced today, Speaker will be Hie Rev. Roy Bagley, pastor of the First Methodist Church in Blytheville. The singing will be conducted by the Rev. Mr. Yount. Services will begin at 7:46 each evening. Services wiil be conducted Moy» day by Gus Ebert. layman of tf^ First Methodist Church in Blytheville. will be Rev. Raymond Krntz, who holds the piistortate at Caraway, Ark; He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lige Krutz of Yarbro. The Rev. Mr. Anderson will direct singing. Services will be held nightly, he said. y treat energy treat energy trea energy treat energy treat energy Dolan Rogers, son of S. R. Rogers of Dell, has been listed on the Dean's List for the past quarter at Union University in Jackson, Tenn. "Pile en.^b^A fc^< y treat ener^zi energy tre y treat e; energy open Methodists at Gome// Begin Revival Sunday Sunday night services a seven-day revival at Hie Gosnell Methodist Church on the Air Base, announced the Rev. Lee Anderson, pastor of the church. Conductingi the revival meeting y treat energy treat energy trea energy treat, energy treat energy v T.rR.il. Rnftrcv treat «n«rpw tr*»» matching lace, and black accessories. Their corsaces were orchids. Immediately after the ce lure alnir'ioiiR in the dinins purple wii.s thf*' centerpiece ol vivid i iln'.vei'fi in » lew bowl. crnnnv! Mi~ fi - Caitrr. \vlio.sp hobby i^ the couple received pnost.s a t a reception at the hnine ol J. D. Kldridge, grandfather of the brUie. White gladioli In flonr baskets decorated the entertaining rooms. The table from which refre.sbmftH.s were served was covered with n white ciiuvork bannuet clnth. White tapers in .silver holders flanked the tiered wedding rake. ?"or t ra v r !i ii£ M r5. C' h ;t mbl i n wore a navy blue suit u itli ^rry acceworie---. She pinnrci ilie \\l-.ite orchid from her bridal hnufjur'i at her solidr- Tliey will make tne-lr Immr In TayeUPvillc where Mr. Chaiublin i.< a senior student at (he University of Ark;ui5a£. Blytheville ueoplr in AuguMri for thp wed«ifit; inchitinri Mr. and Mr.s. Chii.s Toinpkin- 1 ;. Sr.. Mr.-;. W, Marion Wilhrtms, Miw Rr'ty \Vomt-u:i, Charles Crifiser, Ed.sel Harbcr. Clic.s- t<T Ca5 d well, Ha rry f \t n, Jt >im White, nnd R. A, Friend. p'.r'mc.s, aridfci to her lection 9. pair of ]»iini<i;uvc->, ^ii her hasU'.-. L -cs, River Picnic Is Given By Nu Phi Mu Group Two ow-nMo\vn suc.sls attmdfd ! the Nil Phi Mu Sorority river pu-nn- 1 Iji.il ni-ht at Burlield. i Thry \\f 10 Dick Wilhelin 'if S!. Lou:.- Jioi:.-fVHtvl nf Mrs ,fakf Hu!:- jn;.i: a'.ici Mi.s- LUIIA Wilhclin. and j Ciu.iieu M:o:c fir liayti. Mo., who ; nlicntird \v\ih M^s Mury Van Kiucd. , Mr>. Autivcy V..unt and CHIHIOII i HiimntOk'k •,'.i:rr- :I!M» suc.sl.s. I The croup iirrsrnteri Mr?-. Ilili M Clur-j. -A ickiul bride. \\Uh s:H.->. : Follow ins supper, lib- 1 evtniLiiZ v.;*.-* ! .-pt-ni in suipuii: .soiority .son^s and in lor [pal e.uertrtUiiiieni They ^vcre accniniKiaic-ri bv Mr. an;l Mis. G Libert, HanutKiok. Mr.s, >Iirt.n\nuKk Ls Hriusor for thr c'haji'rr. NmwModml- at New Low Pricm 1 . Room Air Conditioner 1. 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