The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1951 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 17, 1951
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVII.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER IT, Jane Shelton, Society Editor Nupti — Courier New* Phnln Jefferies-Eaton Hal Vows Pledged Saturday Now on a aonlhorn wedding trip are Mr. ami Mrs. James Denis Jefferies, who exchanged nuptial vows Saturday at 4 p.m. in n ceremony at the First ttaptist Church. The bride is the former Miss Mary Jo Raton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Coady Delmar Eaton of Blythcville. Air. Jefferies is the son of Mr. and Mrs. il. \V. Jcffcrics of Little Rock. The Rev. B, C, Brown officiated before a gathering of relatives and friends. Mrs, C. M. Smart, organist, and Miw Martha June Warner of West Memphis, vocalist, presented the program' of nuptial music. Mrs. Smart's program' included the traditional wedding marches during the process! on at and recessional. Preceding the entry of the wedding party, Miss Warner sang, "I Love Thee" and "Sweetest Story Ever Told." As the couple knelt H for the wedding blessing "The Lord's Prayer'' was sung softly. Mrs. Smart selected a frock of beEge with 'which she wore golden accessories. A gown of white embossed organdy was chosen by Miss Warner The frock featured a tiered skirt nnd was worn with a corsage of petal pink carnations. Mrs. Smart wos presented white carnations. Wliite Gladioli Floor baskets filled with white gladioli alternated with wrought iron seven branched candelabra across the first floor level. The focal point of Interest was R large floor basket of the wedding {lowers set immediately behind the satin cover- et". pre dleu. A spray of satin caught gladioli marked the. kneeling bench. Clusters of satin tied greenery mnrked each candelabra and basket with larger puffs of the satin designating the family pews. Miss Rhonrtn Eaton attended her sister as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Betty Doris Cnln of Little Rock nnd Miss Maxine Hipp. The feminine attendant* wore gowns of Identical design. Miss Eaton's gown waa of rose taffeta, Miss Cain's of canary yellow and Miss Hipp'g of lime green. They were ballerina length and had fitted bodices ending In short cap sleeves. The full skirts billowed over starched .petticoats. They wore Khae*y.ify«er, tp -match" tjielr gowns and -completed their attire with (iny half hats of tucked frills of matching taffeta. Ttie brirlemalds carried colonial bouquets of complimenting hue carnations caught in satin ribbons. Miss Eaton's colonial design was of yellow and pink carnations, emphasizing the gowns of the other feminine attendants. The many cathedral tapers were Sighted by Miss Monya Blankcnshlp and Mrs. W. O. Reeves. Jr. They were dressed in ballerina length petal pink taffeta and net. The bodices were of strapless design and the nhoulders were covered with net stolen. They wore wristlets of white carnations. TaffcU and Net The bride entered the sanctuary on the arm of her father to the strains of the wedding march. Her ballerina length gown was of whit* taffeta and net. The fitted bodice closed to the waist with tiny self covered buttons. A niching ede- :d . net covered Peter Pan collar finished the bndice which extended | O f thn *ervlng lahln centerpiece. Into the very full skirt which was! Out-of-town guests attended from overlaid in net and arranged over! Manila and Osceola. starched petticoat-;. The long sleeves! • « ended in petal points over the hand. [ rv 1 • 1 I , i I She wore a halo of taffeta with \ mCKIC Lambert Has shirred net and nenrls holding sp-|p- Hv f nt - 9Q Pimclc cure her fingertip veil of misty 1m-!' aM > 1Ot £U ^UCStS ported illusion. KXCHAM1K NKrriAT, VOWS— Mr. and Mrs, James Denis Jeffcrles nre shown following their 4 p.m. marriage Saturday at the First Baptist Church, The couple will be at home In LHtle Rock following their return from a southern wedding I rip. ryn Martin and Mrs. Jim Berry served punch and wedding cake. Each was presented a hair-do of white carnations, Mrs. Reeve.-; presided at the bride's book. Assisting In receiving the guests was mother of the bride, Mrs. Eaton who • selected for her daughter's marriage an afternoon dress of black sheer with which she wore accessories of shocking pink. Mrs. Jeffcries, mother of the groom wore a gown of navy blue sheer for which she selected accessories of white. JBpth were presented shoulder AmtngcWntfr-or roses. For traveling lo New Orleans on ;i wedding trip Mrs. JcZfcries changed lo a frock ot fireman red vel- \ otecn for which she chose ulack velvet accessories and pinned at the shoulder line hrr bridal orchid. The couple will be at home in Little Rnck Mr. Jcffcrics receive* (iirlhcr notification from the Navy. A rehearsal dinner Friday evening nt the nazerback entertained members of the wedding party and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Jeflerlo-s. parents of the groom, were host ami hostess for the prc-nuptlal affair which was followed by the rehearsal. Out-of-towu '.vofldiriK' gu^ts were Mr. Rrul Mrs. Oliver P. Bass. Jr., of El Dorado, Ml.-w Betty Doris Cain of LIUIc'Rpck. Miss Martha June Warner of West Memphis, Mr. and Mrs; Howard John.ston of Little Rock, George Muse of Comvay, Hnr- ry Stncey, Jr., Little Rock. Miss Elizabeth Vermlllion of West Helena, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Peters, and Frank III. of West Helena, Mrs. WH. Moore of East St. Louts and Mr. nnrt Mrs. Jefferies. Miss Sarah Copc'.Hiid und Miss jeanette Black ol Valdo.sta, Ga,, weekend guests of MIssc* Betty Dodds and Millie Chambers left today for Harding College, Searcy. to continue their studies. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Webb spent the "weekend with relatives In North Carrolton, Miss, Miss Virginia Bowen of Cardwell was the weekend guest of her mother. Mrs. Howard Bo wen and Mis.? Evelyn Bowen, Mr, and Mrs. Bryan MIfey and Ron of Sheffield, Ala., are the gnest.s of Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Whlt- sitt and daughter, Gail. 'Hie Rev. and Mrs, REchard Bea- canson of Waco, Tex., are spending several days here with relatives Mrs. Bescanson Is the former Miss Vannye Whltlcy. Mr*. R. B. Baldwin of Jasper. Tex., IN the houseguest of her daughter, Mr.s. R, G. McGraw and family. Mrs. Victor Martin spent the weekend in Batesville as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Al Chronlsler, Mr. Chronlster and son, Gary. Mrs. Alma Cravens is undergoing treatment at the fllythevllte Hospital. She will be returned to the home of her father, J. W. Maloney and Mrs. Maloney. Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Bryant of Dlytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant and Mrs. Jainex CartwrlghC of Osceola were In Newborn, Tenn., ye-sterday to attend a Bryant fam lly reunion. Miss Heard Wylle will leave tomorrow for Brown-Moore School for Girls, Phoenix, Ariz., to continue her studlcfi. She will be accompanied to Phoenix by her mother, Mrs H. W. Wyllc. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Kinney have returned from Newark, N.Y., where they had spent five weeks as guests of Mrs. Klnney's daughter. Mrs Freddie JJicapua. A. G. shibley. Jr., left yesterday for Boulder, Colo., where he wll continue his studies at the University of Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marion spen' yesterday in Memphis a.s guest* o Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Hawkins anc daughter, Charlene. , Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alford re turned Saturday from St. LouL where they had spent a week. The> were accompanied home by Mrs Alford's sister, Mrs. Dana Gipson The group wn.s Joined here th! norning by Mrs. Georgia Glpsoi also of St. Louts who had been tour ingT points of Texas interest. Thc will remain in Blylheville severs weeks before returning to thei Floral Design Centers Table at Supper-Dance Asters filled (he culglnss bowl set atop the long tnble from which supper was served the approximately 100 members and guests of the Cotillion Club Saturday night at, the monthly .supper-dance. ' Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day, Mr, and Mrs. E3- brrrt, Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Crawford McClue. The Mirror Koom was the setting for the event. Flowers were spliced about the room and single A pure white orchid topped the ! Lambert was eicht years prayer book which she carried Ste-t olcj Saturday and H party a( the phanotis showered thc design and' hornc of his Srondmothor. Mrs. C. D. c?=raded away Into the knee" Irneth ' Kfnnry, for 20 guests Saturday streamers. ~ ; morning marked the event. Mr. Jcfrcrie.s served as his son's! H -'^ "aney and Carolyn By rum best man. Usliers were George Muse t * ook Pi'^-V i» «« pnrly Jr., of Little Rock. Oliver Ba*.s ol O vlic i with El Dorado and Harry stncey of:* 11 ^ nl . Bl[ts . anti sorvlng ot WrU| Little Rock : •' f ^ c nn " lce cremn. A re'ccption Smmcdto'cly followed for the gue.sts at the E, M, Eaton home, 713 Chickasawba. Mrs John Tyrone, Mrs. H. C. Blankriiship and Mrs Eaton were hofitowes for the r affair. i 4 Guests Attend Parly Honoring Mary Jo Travis Fourteen guest s nt tended the party Friday ntlcruonn marking the ninth birthday of Mary .Jo Travis The Travis home at the was thc scene of an afternoon of party Raines after which the hon- orec opened Ihc assorted gifts. Birthrtfiy cake, ann Ice crc were served. Huffman Union' Has Installation Mri. Bob Stovall, isKocUtc director at thi Intermediate union of Mississippi County and a member of the Number Nine Baptist Church, Friday night conducted Union candlelight services of the Huffman Baptist Church. The 18 members and four guests were entertained at a banquet preceding th» candlelight services at Ihe home of Mrs. vernon Finney. "Ye Are the Light of the World" »••» the Iheme for the tvenl and the glow from tajwrs of green and white reflected a large mirror adorning the center table which was inscribed with the theme. Union leaders installed were Mrs Finney, leader; Jondy Hicks, sponsor; Patty Hughes, president; Beatrice Orr. vice president; Hollis Finney and Peggy York, group captains; Vivian Dodson, Bible readers leader; Morris Finney, social; Vivian Blaylock, missionary leader; Dorothy Lott, secretary. Throughout t h e service portions of scripture Bridge League Winners Told Mrs. George Wiggs. Mrs. Dick J. White, Mrs. Jim Raleson and Mrs. E. B. G«e lied (or first place honors Saturday afternoon in the biweekly game ol the Duplicate Bridge' League. Second place honors in the four- table movement went lo Mra, O. W. Coppedge and Mrs. C. C, Councill», were read. Following the closing ritual tb^ service was concluded with praye^ by the church pastor, the R«v. Byron Epos. WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER IOC Tablets are ! i n dull dose. N T o need to brcait them. Buy It today. 50 tablets 39c. —Photo by CulHson . WEI) IN CHURCH CEREMONY—Mrs. Eric Lloyd Ray waa nntl! her marriage Friday evening at 8 p.m. Miss Dorothy whittle. The ceremony wn.s performed aV the Number Nine Baptist Church. Mrs. Ray is th« daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whittle. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Dance to Follow Sessions at Hut Ted Fisher and his orchestra will homes in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morgan of Del and Mr, and Mrs. Reg Owen. 1 ! o Parkin spent the weekend In At kins as guest of the Rev. and Mr T. D. DouglPs. The Rev. Mr. Dong las Ls minister ol the First Bap tijst Church there. \ Mr and Mr.s. Charles E. Crigge III, of Fayettevllle, will arrUte (o morrow to .spend several days a SUMl."; of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F Crtgijrr, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Crigger arrived in Fayettcvllle Friday following a four weeks wedding- trip in California and Mexico. They will return to the University the latter part of ihw week where both are seniors. F. W. WhUtner. Jr., will leave tomorrow tor Columbia Military Academy where he will enr6U [or his third year. Mr', and Mr.s. Edgar Alli.son and Mrs. Robert Simpson and family of Flint, Mich,, have returned Lo their homes after visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A- Copeland. I Thc group spent Four days .last j week in Vicksburg, Miss., as of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Allison ami fiuinly. Mr. AlH.snn i-s a hrolher ol Mrs. Ccpeland's, Mrs. Simpson, niecp. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Burdine of Union City, Tpnn., were the Sim- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W Alford. Former Blytheville residents, Mr. Burdine Is a former ad- At The Hospitals Bljlhpvllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. William Cravens, City Mrs. Willie Miller, City Charles E. Crigftcr, Sr.. City Mrs. a. S. Hosner. City Byrson MoHardy, Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. Ruel Asher. Cooler W»lls Hospital Dismissed: Jessie Travis. Victoria W. L. Frazier, Steele Mrs. Walter Keuhen and baby, Manila. Mrs. E. H. Hubbard and baby, Rt. 4 A. I,. Mayo, City Thomas Neal Harshman, Tomato Mrs. C. E. Hart, Mrs. M. Emde and Mrs. Marvin Lane spent the weekend in St. Louta. Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Emde visited with Mrs. Emrte's mother and .sister, Mrs. Louise', Emde and Mrs. Har?y Weidman" and Mr. Weidtnnn. Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Lane visited a former Blytheville resident. Mrs. Dorothy Overtoil and Mrs. Lane's cousins. Mrs- Webb Bishop and Mrs. Thomas Tillery and families. Burdette PTA InstaHsOfficers Mrs. Charles Frazier was Installed as president of the Biirdette Parent-Teachers Association Thursday night in ceremonies at the school. Mrs- John Thweatt conducted the installation. Others serving for the current school year are Mrs, D. C, [ Eubanks. vice president; Mrs. El- [ mer Cole, secretary; Mrs. Conway \ Duncan. trersurer; nnd Mrs. Charles' Hicks, reporter. A playlet en the PTA magazine was given by Miss Lois Fields and Mrs. C. C- Rolton. The homerooms oT Mrs. L. H. Autry and C, C. Rotlon took attendance prizes. A social hour followed, with Mrs. Charles Sialcup. Mrs. Everett Eubank-s And Mrs. Rotton as hostesses. GAIN NEW JOY IN LIFE, provide MIR music for a dance tomorrow night at the Legion Hut following the bi-monthly sessions of the American Legion nurt the He Will Not Hove a Sour Stomach He Always Keeps TUMS Handy! verUsing manager of the Courier News. Mr. and Mrs. Ear! McGregor j qncmly luffer ih'cpain.t of heartburn, gaj, were in Memphis Saturday night -»citl inili*e«iion? K*er> * roll of Tumj where they attended thc Little j ^"^^"fiVnr'/ ^IT*" r "»! "hcdifmV The affair for members of the Rock-Memphis baseball pnme. Ac-1 ^/qV.'icil'v "neutrXT^tcTmich "Jfd! Legion and their wives and Auxil-1 rompnnlcd by Mr. and Mr.s, Martin i only or <anilipol«d if du» I dielary dtfi Kf doily in t Ihi iVt rhtt* arhtr Can you tn\ny a rich, i*My, lariifying ithout regrets? Or do you fre- lary members and their husbands will he held following the 8 p.m. businpps sessions. Refreshment. 1 * will be forvcd. ' Gifts were presenter! the younp- rst guests, Billie Jean Sharp and Jimmy Drnton. Comma Events Social Calendar Monilnr | Cnll milling of thr \Vrsloynn < Scrvlrp Guild of the First Mclho- A clnwn. \n prnitnAvestern Indian i riist Church at 8 p.m. at thc church. Innsnuqe, ts a 'Kopharp, or "d?H^ht i mnkrr". Rrnrl Courier News Clnsslliod Arts. Wood I hey returned to Memphis Sunday for another game. Chnrlf.s E- Criggcr, Sr.. was re- movcd lo his home on West Walnut yesterday from the Blythcville Hospital where he had been under- coins treatment. Mrs, Clyde Euls of Memphis and • ditto ry difitltrcy and may ha caui«i >r b* dut To funHicnal condition*. If you've rcsiKn«d yourself lo * life ithout coinpantonship , . . without fui., *nd parties . . . simply because you lavcn't the necessary physical power ener K y . . . BKXEI* SPECIAL FORMULA may be just what you neM to pep you up ... to givo you new vim. sparkle . , . new joy in life. 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SEE *^ ^"^ ^ ^^ * | "•*—•*'- l> bULUVrtllH • o-^-Mwir.TTCHU J I r "'-^1 L'->^iy« M |v. h .,,|^., rr]n J THE WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT OF SEPT. 12 SUGAR RAY ROBINSON TUMI rOK THE TUMMY The wedding (lower was apnin repeated in the decorations of the rooms in which the couple received the cruests. A cut work madeira cloth overlaid the bride's table which; wns centered wiih a dr.slgn of white malinf and hearts interspersed in greenery and glariioli. The three-tiered wod- dinp cake which held the figures of a hride and groom formed the focal point of Interest for the table. White tapers set In crystal candelabra burned at either side. • After the couple had cut the Iir?l piece of wedding cake Miss Kath- j ^—^^^••^•••^ Ask Your Grocer for B&B SAUSAGE Pore Whole Hog Sausage Seasoned Jusl RiRhl'. A BI.VTHEVII.I.F. PRODUCT Take Some Home Tonite! Delicious, Cooling SHERBETS Choose Ofang« Or Lime Or Pineapple WOODS DRUG STORE Blytheville, Ark. It's Fall Cleaning Time .... Hon'l delay! Gel your Family's warm clothes nut of the moth-halls, for days are getting shorter and cooler. Yes. prepare for Fall now hy sendjng your clothes lo BESTWAY phone 240S! Bestway Cleaners 1920 W. Main Phone 2408 RANDY TURPIN Every action highlight- it caught clearly and magnified for the large Theatre screen. In addition, the disputed 10th round is shown in slow motion after being shown at regulation tempo. Don't miss it! Better than a ringside seat! This is a Theater Special! The fighi ,vas not broadcast or televised. llr Conditioned by Refrigeration BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Lasl Times Today Double F fat a re MHVYX DOUGLAS TAlABIBia Tuesday & Wednesday Vi James STEWART •>* Josephine Hull • o>*i Dn\i M £<!•*« IT • li-H »1 iu • WiStt Fed • •i Peflj &JW RMO*0 kHOHOA O'BRIEN FUMING )

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