The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1951 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 17, 1951
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONTMY, SEPTEMBER IT, Jam SheJtori, Society Editor Jefferies-Eaton Nuptial Vows Pledged Saturday Now on a southern wedding trip are Mr. ami Mrs. James Denis Jefferies, who exchanged nuptial vows Saturday at 4 p.m. in a ceremony at the First Baptist Church. The bride is the former Miss Mary Jo Raton, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Cojuly Delmar Eaton of Blythevilie. Mr. Jefferies is the son of Mr, and Mrs. H. W, Jefferies of Little Rock. The Rev, E. C. Brown officiated before a gathering of relatives and .friends. Mrs, C. M. Smart, organist, and Miss Martha June Warner of West Memphis, vocalist, presented the program of nuptial music. Mrs. Smart's program included the traditional wedding marches during the processional and recessional. Preceding the entry of the wedding party, Miss Warner sang, "I Love Thee" nnrf "Sweetest Blory Ever Told," As the couple knelt^ for the wedding blessing "The ' Lord's Prayer 1 ' was sung softly. Mrs. Smart selected a frock of beige with \vhlch she wore golden accessor Eos. 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 was presented white carnations. While 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 a large floor basket of the wedding flowers set immediately behind the satin covered; pre dleu. A spray of satin caught gladioli marked the. kneeling bench. Clusters of satin tied Rreenery marked encJi candelabra and basket with larger puffs of the satin designating [he family pews. Miss Rhonda Eaton attended her sister B.S maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Betty Doris Cnln o[ LIU tie Rock and Miss Maxine Hipp. The feminine attendants wore gowns of Identical design. Miss Eaton's gown was of rose taffela, Miss Cain's of canary yellow and Miss Hipp'a of lime green. They were ballerina length and had fitted bodices endtn? in short cap sleeves. The full skirts billowed over starched petticoats., They wore shoeflVdyiwr tp -match" tjieir gowns and-completed their nttire with tiny half hats of tucked frills of matching taffeta. The brldemalds carried colonial bouquets of complimenting hue carnations ca\ight 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 lighted by Miss Monya Blankcnshtp 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 shoulders were covered with net stoles. They wore wristlets of white carnations. Tafii-la and N>t The bride entered the sanctuary on the arm of her father to the attains of the wedding march. Bits of News 1 —t'ourlcr New* photo EXCHANfiK NI1PT1AI, VOWS—Mr. and Mrs! Jnmcs Denis Jeffcrlcs arc shown following tlidir 4 p.m. marriage Satm-dny at the First Baptist Church. The couple will be at home In LIUIe Rock following their return from a southern wedding trip. ryu Martin and Mrs. Jim Berry, served punch and wedding cake.• Each was presented a linlr-do of white cnnm lions. Mr.s. ReevGS presided at the j brldc'5 book. Assisting in receiving the Riic.sts was mother ol the bride, Mrs. EaLon who • selected for her [lungliter's marriage an afternoon dress of black sheer with which she wore accessories of shocking pink. Mrs. Jeff cries, mother of the groom worn a gown of navy blue .sheer for which sha selected accessories of white. Both were presented shoulder nrrniiKeWnU't-of roses, For traveling to New Orleans on a wedding trip Mrs. Joffcrlcs chnnir- ed to a frock of fireman reel vel- \cteen for which .she chose alack velvet ncce.vsQrles and pinned at, the shoulder Itne her brirlal orchid. Ttie couple will be at home in Little Rock until Mr. Jeff cries receives lurlhfir notification from the Navy. A rehearsal dinner Friday evening at the Razorlmck. entertained members of the wedding party find gue.sts. Mr, and Mrs. Jefferia-s, parents of the groom, were host and hostewi (or the prc-nupUa] affair which was followed by the rehcnv- sal. Ont-of-Lown wetltliiig' guqfits were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver P. Bass, Jr. of El Dnrado, Miw Betty Doris Cain of Mttlc -'Rock, Miss Mnrthn June Wiirhcr of West Memphis, Mr, and Mrsf Howard Johnston of Little Rock, George Muse of Conwny, Hnr- ry Stncey, Jr,. Little Rock, Miss Elizabeth Vermllllon of West Helena Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Peters, am Frank III, of Helena, Mrs. W H. Mooee of East si. Louis nnd Mr and Mrs: -Jefferies. Miss Sarah Copeland and Miss jeanette Black of Valdaita, Ga., weekend guests of Misses Betty Dadris and Millie Chambers left today for Harding College, S«arcy. to continue their studies. Dr. and Mrs, Jack Webb spent thc-Veckend with relative* In North Carrollon, MUs. Miss Virginia Bowtin of Car dwell was the weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. Howard Bowen and alclcr, ' Miss Evelyn Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Miley and son of Sheffield. Ala., are the house, guestx o( Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whit silt and daughter, GnlK The Rev. and Mrs. Richard Bes- canson of Waco, Tex., are spending several days here with relatives Mr«, Be.scanson !s the former Miss Vannye Whitlcy, Mrs. R. B. Baldwin of Jasper, Tex., is the housejruesl of her daughter, Mrs. R.. O, McGraw and family. Mrs, Victor Martin spent the weekend In Batesville as guest uf her daughter, Mrs. Al Chronlster, Mr. Chronlstcr and son. Gary. Mrs. Alma Cravens is undergoing treatment at the Blytheville Hospl- tal. She will be returned to the home of her father, J. W. Maloney and Mrs. Maloney. Mr- and Mrs. J. A. Bryant of nlylhevllte and Mr. and Mr*. Guy Bryant and Mrs. James Cartwrlght of Osccola were In Newborn, Term., yesterday lo attend a Bryant family reunion, Miss Henrd Wylie will leave tomorrow for Brown-Moore School for Girls. Phoenix, Ariz., Lo continue her studio*. She will be accompanied to Phoenix by her mother, Mrs, H. W. Wylie, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Kinney have •eturned from Newark, N.Y., where .hey had spent five weeks a,s guests )f Mrs. Klnncy's daughter, Mrs Freddie DIcapua. A. G. Shiblcy, Jr., left yesterday T Boulder. Colo., where he wll continue his studies at the Unlver- Sty ot Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mnhon spen' yesterday in Memphis as Rue.sts o\ Mr. 'aiid Mr.s. Robert Hawkins anc aughter, Charlene. Mr. and Mr.s. C. W. Alford re turned Saturday from St. LouL where they hart spent a week. The> were accompanied home by Mrs Alford's stater. Mrs. Dana Gipson The group wns Joined here thi morning by Mrs. Georgia Gipson iilso of SL Louis who hud been tour Ing"" points of Texas interest. The; will r em a In in Blythevilie severa weeks before returning to their homes in St. Louis. Floral Design Centers ! Table at Supper-Dance Asters fillet! the cutglass bowl set atop the long table from which supper was served the approximately 100 members and guests of the Cotillion Club Saturday night at the monthly supper-dance. ' HosLs nnri hostesses were Mr. and Mrs, Walter Day. Mr. and Mrs. El- bcrrt Huffman, Mr, rind Mrs. Rlley Jones, Mr. and Mrs. John Lane and Her ballerina length gown was &f j Mr. and Mrs. Crawford McClue. white taffeta and net. The fitted bodice closed to the waist with liny self covered buttons. A niching ede- The Mirror Hoom ting for the event. was the set- Flowers were spaced about the room and single ed. net covered Peter Pan collar j white taper* burned at each end finished the bidlce which extended I O t the serving table centerpiece, into the very full skirt which was overlaid in net and arranged over starched petticoats. The long sleeves ended in petal points over the hand. She wore a halo ol taffeta with shirred ,,ei and pearls holding «-j p a ,- ly [ o ,. 2Q GlICSls Out-of-town Bursts Attended Ironi Manila and o.sceota, Dickie Lambert Has cure her fingertip veil of mis ported illusion. A pure white orchid lopped the 1 —Photo by Culllson . IN CHURCH CEREMONY—Mrs. Eiic Uoyd Ray was mil her marriage Friday evening at 8 p.m. Miss Dorothy Whittle. The cere mony wa.s performed at the Number Nine Baptist church. Mrs. Ray Ihe daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whittle. 4 Guests Atlencl Parly Honoring Mary Jo Travis Fourteen fiursft; attended Die Irarly Fiirtny allcnraoh marking the ninth birthday of Mary Jo Travis. The Trnvls home nt the airbnse was the scene of an afternoon of pnrty games after which the hon- oroc npeneil Ihe s.worted glttj!. Birthday cake and Ice cream were served. Dickie Lambert was eight, years prayer book which she carried. Ste- ''• oki s a'"« ln . v ""d * iwrly "I (lie phanolis showered the design an[ | home of his grandmother. Mrs. C. O. cp^raded away in(o the knee Irnsth ! Klnmy. for 20 guests Saturday streamers. ' ninrning tnarkcd the event. Hilly Haney and Carolyn Hyrnm took in the party games whirh were followed with the open- S im: of pHLs nnd servtns: of birth'. day cake and ice cream. ; Gifts were presented the yotinp- i-st Ruests. Billie Jean Sharp nnd Mr. Jefferies 5ervcd a.s his son's best man. Ushers were George Muse. Jr., of Little Rock. Oliver Bass of El Doraric and Harry staccy of Little Rock. A reception immediately followed for the pucAts at the E. M. Eaton 1(mn ... rv ntnn home. 713 Chickasawba. Mrs. johnj lllmmi Dcnton Tyrone. Mrs. H. C. Blankciuhtp and Mrs Eaton were hoslcs-'es for the Rffalr. Recrplfon Follows The wedding newer was again repeated in the decorations of the rooms in which the couple received tlie guilts. A cut work madeira cloth overlaid; the bride's table which; was centered with a de.sign of white maline and hearts interspersed in greenery and gladioli. The three-tiered wed'. dlnjr cake which held the figures of a bride and groom formed the focal pcini of interest for Ihe table. White tapers set in crystal candelabra burned at either side. After the couple had cut the hrsl piece of wedding cake Miss tenth- Dance to Follow Sessions at Hut Ted Fi.?hrr and his orchestra will provide thn nuisic fcr a rtnncc tomorrow night at the L?gion Hut following the hi-monthly .sc.^ions of the American Legion nnd the Lcstou Auxilinvy. The affair for members oT the TjTCiion and their vvivrs nnd Auxiliary members nnd their husbands will be hold loHcwing the "8 p.m. business .se5sioiis. Refrc.shmcnu*: will be .served. Comino Events Social Calendar Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morgan of Dell JUKI Mr. and Mrs. Reg Owens ot Parkin spent the weekend tu Atkins as guest of the Rev. and Mrs. T. D. DouglPS. Tlie Rev. Mr. Douglas is minister of the First Baptist Church there. \ Mr and Mr.s. Charles E. Crigger. Ill, of Fayctteville, will arrJwe Lo- morrow to spend several days as tutrsl-s of Mr. and Mr.s. Charles R. CrlgBcr, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Crigger arrived in Fayetteville Friday following a four weeks wedding trip in California and Mexico. They will return to the University the laiicr part of thin week where both nre seniors. F. W. Wh.llt.ner, Jr., will leave tomorrow lor Columbia Military Academy where he will enroll for his third year. Mr', and Mrs. Edgar Allison ami Mrs, Robert Simpson and family of Flint, Mich., have returned to their homes after visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Copeland. The group spent four days .last week in Vicksburg, Miss., as guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Lester Allison and tninily. Mr. Allison is a brother of Mrs. CcpelancTs, Mrs. Simpson, a niece. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Burdine of Union City, Tenn,, were Ihe Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Alforri. Former Blythevilie residents, Mr. Burdine is n former ad verUsing manager of the Courier News. Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl McGregor were In Memphis Saturday night where they attended the Little nock-Mem phis baseball came. Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wood they returned to Memphis | ' * Sunday for another game. ! >01 Charles £. Crigger. Sr.. was removed to his home on West Walnut yesterday from the Bfyihcvtlle Hospital whore he had been undergoing t reatruent. Mrs Clyde BUis of Memphis and At The Hospitals Rlythrvllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. William Cravens, City Mrs. Willie Miller, City Charles E. Crlgger, Sr,. City Mrs. G. S. Kosner. City Byrson Me Hardy, Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. Ruel Asher. Cooter Walls Hospital Dismissed: Jessie Travis, Victoria. W. L. Frazier, Stecle Mrs. Walter Keuhen and baby. Manila. Mrs. E. H. Hubbard and baby. Rt. 4 A. I-. Mayo, City Thomas Neal Harshma", Tomato Mrs. C. E- Hart, Mrs. M. Emde and Mrs. Marvin Lane spent the weekend In St. Units, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Emde visited with Mrs. Emde's mother mart sister, Mrs. Louise.Em- de nnh Mrs. Harry Wetdmah" and Mr. Weidman. 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 [amities. Huffman Union' j Has Installation Mn. Bob * to vail, «ssodatt dirtc- r of lh« Intermediate Union of :isslssippi County and a member o( he Number Nine Baptist Church, ridsy nfRht conducted Union can- elight serviced of the Huffman aptlst Church. Th« 18 members and four guesU ere entertained at a banquet pr«- eding lh« candlelight services at he home of Mrs. Vernon Finney. "Ye Are the Light of the World u the theme for the tvent and he glow from tapers of green and •hiU reflected a large mirror ad- rning the center table which was nscrlbed with the themt. Union leaden installed were Mrs. 'inney, leader; Joady Hicks, spon- or; Patty Hughes, president; Beatice Orr, vice president; Hollis Finey and Peggy York, group cap- alns; Vivian Dodson, Bible read- leader; Morris Pinney, social; /Ivian Blaylock, missionary leader: »rothy Lett, secretary. Thrmighoul h e service portions of scripture Bridge League Winners Told Mrs. George Wlggs. M«. Dick J. White, Mr.s. Jim Roleson and Mrs. E. B. G*e tied for first place honors Saturday afternoon in the biweekly game of the Duplicat* Bridgs'League. Second place honors In the four- table movement went to Mrs. O. W. Co|ip«dge and Mrs. C. C. Council!*. were read. Following the closing ritual th^ service was concluded with prayer by the church pastor, the Rev. Byron Epps. Burdette PTA InstallsOfficers Mrs. Chflj-tai Frazier was install- ed as president of the Burdette ' Parent-Teachers Association Thursday night in ceremonies at the school. Mrs. John Thweatt conducted (he j installation. Others serving for the i current school year are Mrs. D. C.] Eubanks. vice president; Mrs. El-1 mer Cole, secretary; Mr.s. Con way | Duncan, treasurer; and Mrs. Charles! Hicks, reporter. ' | A playlet on the PTA magazine I was given by Miss Lois Field.-; and E Mrs. C. C. Rotton. I The homerooms of MJS. L, H. i An try and C. C. Rotton took at- j tendance prizes. A social hour fol- j lowed, with Mrs. Charles Statcup,; Mrs. Everett Eubanks and Mr.s. 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