Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News — Thursday, June 30, 19W- Page tjn — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor MARRIED Mr. and Mrs. Mark Anthony Pies were wed Saturday at the Immaculate Conception Church. Daile Elaine Pippins Is Wed to Mark A. Pies pire The marriage of Miss Daile Elaine Pippins and Mark Anthony Pies was solemnized June 18, in a 2:30 ceremony in Immaculate Conception Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Pippins of Blytheville. The groom is t h e eon of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pies of Terre Haute, Ind. Rev. John McDaniel performed the ceremony before a background of .fern trees and cathedral tapers. Music was presented by Miss j long Cynthia Nordeen, vocalist, and Miss Nancy McKinnon of Manila, organist. Maid of honor was Miss Patty Lewis. Miss Nancy Poole and Miss Barbara Scrape served as ' bridesmaids. The feminine attendants wore ''Of 13 ; streamers and centered with white roses. Her only jewelry was a gold locket which she gave to the honor attendant. Best man was Mike Weather- Ington. Jim Howard and Terry Peas served as groomsmen. Ushers were Benny Lendennie and Charles Plunkett. Biaine Pippins, brother of the bride, and Gerold Johnson served as candlelighters. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Pippins wore a sheath ol pale pink crepe accented with white accessories. Her corsage was of white orchid. Mrs. Pies, mother of the groom, was dressed in * blue cotton lace with white accessories. Her corsage was a white cymbidium orchid. The reception, folloing the ceremony, was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Pippins. It was held at the school hall. The table was covered with blue cotton and overlaid with white net. The punch bowl as placed at one end of the table; t three-tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom, rested on the other end of the table. Silver trays held dishes of nuts and mints. . Mrs. Gene Austin served the wedding cake; Mrs. Allen Roe presied over the punch bowl Both wore corsages of carna- Mrs. Sondra H. Nail has been employed as director of school lunch programs for the Blytheville School District, J. K. Wiliams, superintendent, announced today. She replaces Mrs. George iross, who retired after directing the school lunch program New Food Director Named for 23 years. Mrs. Nail, a native of Conway, was graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1960 with a bachelor of science degree in home economics, with a major in dietetic- and a minor in chemistry. While attending the university, she was a member of Phi Upsilon Omicron honorary home economic fraternity, and was listed in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Following graduation, Mrs. Mrs. Nail Nail was on the itaff at Veterans Hospital in Little Rock; working on special diets and teaching diet classes to patients. She taught junior high science in Blytheville during the 1961-62 school year. Mrs. Nail is a member of Junior Auxiliary and attends First Baptist Church. She is the wife of Jerry Nail, who is associated with L. K. Ashcraft Company, and they have two children, Jeff and Kelle. "I am looking forward to working with the lunch programs in the Blytheville schools," stated Mrs. Nail. "I realize I am following a per- son who has done » fine job Carriers Auxiliary will meet, of operating the lunch programs Deborah Sunday School Clan through the years." |of First Baptist Church will She will be in charge of ten i meet for covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. Dell EH Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. Saturday Dubplicate Bridge League meets at 1:15, Shamrock Lanes. school cafeterias with 42 employees under her supervision. Coming Events Thursday Duplicate Bridge League will meet at Shamrock Lanes. Friday BAFB Catholic Ladies Guild meets at chapel annex at 9 a.m. Cottn Bowl Small Car Club at 8 p.m., Central Motors. Creams for Pre-teens Elementary school age girls will appreciate their own jars or tubes of baby cream to ease windburn and chapped skin. Encourage them to use creams to keep her hands, roughened d- National Association of Letter | bows and knees soft. through Indiana before arriving home. They will live at 1009 N. 6th. The bride's traveling costume was a white cotton and silk suit with all white accessories. Her corsage was of white roses. r-length gowns of blue poled cotton designed along em- e lines. The bodice was jveless and featured a roun- neckline. hey carried bouquets of te snowflake mums set in e. net and ribbon. he bride, given in marriage her father, wore a gown de- ned and made by her mother. er gown of white satin was lioned with a fitted bodice, 5 sleeves which extened in nls at her wrists, a bustle set was created at the back gth train was attached. ler veil fell from a satin-cov- d pillbox and she carried a 3le bouquet of fleur de amour French net with pecot satin Out of town guests attendm? Uie ceremony included Mr. anc Mrs. Robert Hall and children of Bedford, Tex., Rev. an Mrs. Mack Williams of Marble Hill, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Dean Williams of St. Louis, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Max Fairley of Osceola, and Mrs. Allen Roe of Los Angeles. Following the reception, the bride and groom left to go south for a few days for their honeymoon. 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