The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1966 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 1, 1966
Page 4
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PH* rag - Myttuffle (Ait.) Court* Ntwt - Mdty, July 1. MM _ — Society News— Glenn* Lambert, Society Editor WED-Mr. and Mrs. Danny Louis Nelson were married in the First Baptist Church Church in Caruthersville. (Photo by Taylor) Martha Jacqueline Stewart Marries Danny Louis Nelson ; First Baptist Church in Caruthersville was the setting for tSie wedding of Miss Martha Jacqueline Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Stewart of Caruthersville and Danny Louis Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson of Caruthersville. Rev. Howard Ray officiated at the ceremony before an altar decorated with baskets of white gladiolus enhanced with white satin streamers and greenery. The bride, given hi marriage by her father, wore an Alfred Angelo original. The fleor length gown of peau-de-soie featured a straight skirt, empire waist line with the bodice and sleeves of Imported lace trimmed with appliqued motifs which were outlined with tiny seed pearls. The short elbow length sleeves were also trimmed with the same design. The full detachable train was attached to the yoke of the gown. The train was trimmed with appliqued motifs matching the neckline and sleeves of the gown. Her tiered veil was attached to a jeweled queen's crown. Her only jewelry was a strand of pearls. She carried a bouquet centered with white orchids surround ed by net and cascading stream ers.of white satin. Music was presented by the organist, Miss Twila Gail. Mrs. Judy Baird was matron of honor, maid of honor was Miss Charlotta Hosier. Miss Sherry Allen was bridesmaid, They wore gowns of blue faille featuring straight skirts, floor Legion Auxiliary Has Meet ing The American Legion Aux lliary met at the Little Hut Monday night with Mrs. E. B. presiding. Mr. F. W. Lewis gave the Invocation. Mrs. Wilburn Van Cleave led the Preamble. Old business was discussed. It pertained to the state convention. Mrs. Van Cleave reported on the.convention. Under new business, it was decided that everybody was to be a chairman of membership. The following committees were selected: Americianism, Mrs. Tyson Clanton; Child Welfare, Mrs. Charles Smith; Civil Defense, Mrs. Lenoa Mullins; Community. Service, Mrs. Kathryn Mullins; Constitution and By Laws, Mrs. Ben Mays; Education and Scholarship, Mrs. S. D. Bray; Finance, Mrs. Dennis Carmon; Foreign Relations, Mrs. Speck McGregor Jr.,; Activities, Miss Brenda Ferguson; Legislative, Mrs. Wilburn Van Cleave; Membership, Mrs, Wilburn Van Cleave; Music, Mrs. Cora Ma Johnson; National Security, Mrs. Ricahrd Ramey; Past Presidant Parley, Mrs. Francis Words; Poppy, Miss Thelma Cathey; Publicity, Mrs. Kenneth Mullins; Radio and Television, Mrs. Francis Woods; •nd Rehabilitation, Mrs. Pat Kimberland. The hoitessw for the next meeting are Mrs. E. B. Spaith •lid Miss Brenda Ferguson. Mrs. M, W. Uwli g«v« tht Benediction and the meeting was adjourned by Mrs. E. B. Sfkitb. ength and empire waist lines. Their head held in place by >lue velvet pieces were blue marquisette bows. The year- ried bouquets of white carna- ions complimented with blue eaves and net. The groom had Bruce Bairc is his best man. Ringbearer was Robert Nelson, brother ol tie groom. Ushers were Rodney kelson, brother of the groom and Tommy Stewart brother o! Mrs. Stewart, mother of the bride wore an eft white brocade dress with matching accessories. Her corsage was yel ow carnations. Mrs. Nelson mother of the groom chos n-een knit ensemble with matcl ing accessories. Heh corsage was white carnations. Immediately Mowing th< wedding a reception was heli in the church dining room. Thi bride's table was covered wit] a white cloth centered with ai arrangement of white and yel low carnations and white glad iolus, silver candelabra! an< yellow tapers. A tiered wedding cake toppei with a miniature bride an« gi-oom completed the table dec oration. Mrs. Connie Holland was a the punch bowl, Miss Gail Ben nett served the cake and Mis Martha Nell Trantham was a the guest book. The young couple took a wet ding trip south. The bride wor a rose figured silk A-line dres with matching accessories. Sh wore an orchid corsage from her wedding bouquet. On returning to Caruthersvil where they are employed the will be at home in the Dillma Apartments on West 4th Stree Phow PO M4«l Bridal Shower s Given For v\iss Hudson A bridal shower was given or Miss Ann Hudson, t'ride- elect of James Estes Lent z, 'uesday night. Co-hostesses at.the event, which was held in the Fellow ship Hall of Trinity Baptist Church, were Mrs. Idelle Lowe Ars. John Nelson, Mrs. Woodrow Enderson, Mrs. Warren latley, Mrs. Ernest Walker Mrs. Johnny Payne and Mrs iene Pierce. Guests registered at a candlelit table, which was draped n pink and white, as they en- ered the shower. Gifts were ilaced on a table overlaid by white cloth and decorated witt miniature umbrella, covered with pink rosebuds and ribbons Miss Hudson and Mrs. Joyce Crocker, were the winners in ;ames conducted by Mrs. Pierce Carrying out tbe pink anc white motif, the refreshment ta ilecloth, was white covered wi& net caught up with pink atin puffs. Pink candles were et in white holders. Punch was served from a mill glass punchbowl by Mrs. John kelson. Cake was served b; Mrs. Walker. Miss Hudson chose a ligh ilue sheath dress with white ac cessories for the occasion am wau presented a gladiola cor i%'-Special guests were Mrs. C W. Hudson, mother of tiie bride o be, and Mrs. Jane Lentz mother of the groom. B o t were presented with corsages. PLEDGE y^ -VOWS-Mr. »nd Mrs. Henery W. .,'*.*!); v il f l" **' uraf-,"4 " *< >* ) Robison* *•§ !& k f, '>:* ™ emarried Saturday at the Gosnell Baptist Church. •• t r-—^-*f fl - 1 «-B> •-atv^ f .f ( f • •) ^ V t ,'l)K f*J» - «f ( Jilt,, f "•)/ ft M •> ,,^'1 * , ' > •-! ' f '/< , "t |N •' r '^ ^ , ' ' t | ,1 (I /^ H ' W ^ , t • J '' * * '' ? -AdlJ.. , „ , as i l I I Miss Catherine Davis Weds H.W. Robison, Jr. The home of Mrs. Ralph Swain was the setting of a mis- celaneous shower honoring Miss Ann Hudson, bride-eect of Jimmy Lentz, last week. Acting as co-hostesses were Miss Julia Swain, Miss Sherry Brown and Miss Margaret Luns- iord. B&PW Club Lists Groups A meeting of the Business and Professional Women was held Tuesday in the Hospitality Room of the First National Bank, with Maud Godwin, outgoing president, presiding. After a short business session, the chair was relinguished to Pauline Carmon, 1966-67 president. Mrs. Carmon announced her list of new chairmen for the coming year. They are: Personal Pepartment, Pearl Lee; Civic Participation, Mary Sue Wright; Foreign Affairs, Maud Godwin; Membership, Winnie King; Finance, Catherine Quackenbusn; Public Relations, Geneva Miller; Program, Viola Bennett; Scrap Book, Alice Gordon; Legislation, Martha IWcFall; Scholarship, Juanita Davis; and National Salute to Jie Working Woman, Maud Godwin. A number of meetings were Gosnell Baptist Church was the setting June 18 for the wedding of Miss Catherine Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Davis, Sr., of Gosnell, .to Henry W. Robison, Jr., son c. 14. Col. and Mrs. Morris Shiver of Montgomery, Ala., and the late Henery W. Robison, Sr. Rev, William Kreis of North Little Rock performed file cer- .jny. A sunburst arrangement o f yellow roses, ivy and carnations fanked by candle trees holding yellow tapers, decorated tbe sanctuary. Floor baskets of roses and ivy completed the setting. Nuptial music was provided jy Miss Susan Kreis of North Little Rock and Miss Jo Ella Todd was vocalist. Matron of Honor was the bride's sister-in-law, Mrs. Henery Davis of Franklin Park, 111. She wore a gown of yellow and white dotted whipped cream, with empire waist and yellow accessories. Her headpiece and bouquet were of yel- ow daisies. Bridesmaids were Miss Jenny Davis, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Donna Sellers. They wore gowns of yellow and white dotted whipped cream wjth yellow accessories and carried yellow daisies. Miss Dawn Ann Davis, niece planned. An Executive Cimmit- tee meeting is scheduled for next week. The next dinner meeting will be July 12, in the Martin Room at the Goff Hotel. Hostesses for this meeting Maud Godwin, Pearl Lee and Mayo Justes. There will be no program on this meeting; it is being designated as a fun night. A shift party has been plan, ned for July 28,in the Hospital, ity Room of the First National Bank. Hostess for the business meeting was Viola Bennett. of the bride was flower girl She wore a gown which matched the bridesmaids' dresses, anc carried a white basket filled with yellow daisies and ivy. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore the traditional wedding gown of white organza over peau-de-soie wifii fitted bodice accented by swirls of chantilly lace and seed pearls The long tapered sleeves extending to points at the wrist were fastened with small covered buttons. The chapel train attached to the waist by a matching bow Her veil of white tulle was secured to a single rose made oi white organza. Her only jewelry, a gift frorr the groom, was a single stranc of pearls worn by his late grandmother. Her bouquet was a cascade of yellow rose buds and ivy, centered with a yellow throated orchid. Best man was Jack McKa; of Gosnell. Stephen Davis, brother of the bride, and Randall Shiver, brother of the groom, served as taper lighters and ushers. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Davis chose a powder blue two piece dress of whipped cream with matching hat, and white accessories. Her ensemble was completed with a corsage of white carnations. The groom's mother wore a lace sheath with matching jacket and white accessories. Her corsage was also of white carnations. f Nevirs ptetonal Mrt. Woodrow Hardy and her daughters, Donna and Gwen, left today for Kansas City, Mo. They will spend a week with Mrs. Hardy's daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hllson Harris, formerly of Blythwille. Mrs. Hardy, Donna .and Gwen will meet another daughter and son-in-law, Airman 2C and Mrs. John Robinson in Kansas City when they return from Fairbanks, Alaska. Mrs. Hardy will get to see her new grandson, Airman and Mrs. Robinson's son, for the first time. The Robinson family will return to Blytheville with Mrs. Hardy, Donna and Gwen. Mr. and Mrs. Y.V. Quails visited Mr. Quails' brother, Robert Quails of Burdette, in room 216 in Osceola Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Quails, who is recuperating, is now seeing a few visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Russell and. their son, D. J. returned Sunday night from a vacation at Blanchard Springs in the Ozark Mountains. Mrs. Krutz Hosts Birthday Party Mrs. Charlie Krutz was hostess for a birthday party for her daughter Beth Wednesday evening. It was Beth's fourth birthday. The children played games and received favors of balloons, bubble gum and candy. Refreshments of cake and ice cream were served with cokes. Special guests were Beth's grandmothers, Mrs. E. H. Krutz and Mrs. Joe Morgan. SAFE Catholic Ladies Guild teets at chapel annex at« s.m. Cotton Bowl Small Ccr Club at 8 p.m., Central Motors. , , National Association of Letter Carriers Auxiliary will meet. Deborah Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church will meet for covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. ;'•;• Saturday pubplicafe Bridge League meets at 1$, Shamrock Lanes Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Davis entertained with a reception in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. The bride's table was covered with a yellow cloth, overlaid with a hand made, cut work linen cloth of white. The tiered wedding cake circled with yellow roses, centered the table. At each end stood an anti- que white cherub, holding an arrangement of white carnations. Miss April Waldheim of Memphis, served the wedding cake. The silver punch service was placed on a table covered with matching linens to the bride's table. At each end stood silver candelabras holding an arrangement of carnations and white tapers. Miss Donna Meacham served the punch. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Pete Winfree, Mrs Jimmy Meacham and Mrs George Muir. Mrs. Jerry Kra jewski registered guest. 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