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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGEFIVB New* Jane Shelton. Society Editor Phone 4461 Walden-Goodson Nuptial Vows Are Repeated WED IN In a double-ring ceremony per- CHURCH formed Sunday at 4 p.m.. Miss Win- Mr. and Mrs. nle Virginia Goodson, daughter of Leon Walden the Rev. and Mrs. Coy Goodson clinsvn at became the bride of Leon Walden °f e SI10WI V at of Blytheville. the reception The Rev. G. T. Owens, pastor of Sunday after- the Full Gospel Tabernacle, offi- noon following ciated at the ceremony read at the their 4 p.m. Seven branched candelabra hold- marriage at ing cathedral tapers provided the the Full Gospel lighting. Floor baskets of white Tabernacle. gladioli marked the platform where -i< Walrlpn is iu . ,.,:__ h.. ~,™,,,lOo,l Tha ml». >> dIUell Ih the former the wedding party assembled. The central point was the wrought iron arch under which was set the pre dieu. ; Miss Anna Louise Hanley and Miss Melba Fisher lighted the tapers preceding the entry of the wedding party. The prcgram of nuptial music was provided by Miss Bonnie Nell McCormick. •. organist, and Miss Doris Stone, vocalist. The traditional wedding marches were played and Miss Stone sang. "Because" by D'Hardlct and "I Love You Truly" by Bond. Miss McCormick selected a formal gowa of blue taffeta combined with net. Miss Stone chose a formal gown of pink organdy, gpth were presented carnations • Miss Winnie Virginia Goodson. The couple will be at home in Blytheville. Luxoro Auxiliary Installs Officers —Photo by Faught « . •ed to mateh their costumes. U \\f\ . pi • 'Miss Loretta Walden served as|Lt. WllSOn CO Uaim the only attendant. She was R^JJp J n Q f [ n • dressed in a formal gown of petal Dnde ln Dt ' LOU1S pink taffeta combined with Chan- till y lace. The fitted bodice was fashioned of French lace- and extended into the flowing net skirt. She carried satin tied dahlias. The Rev. Mr. Goodson escorted his daughter to the altar. •> The bride chose a formal gown Miss Carline Lawless, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Harrington of Metropolis, 111., Is betrothed to First Lt. Bennett B. Wilson, U. S. Air Force, son of Mrs. B. B. Wilson of Blytheville. The ceremony will be performed of ChantUly lace and net. The snug bodice was fashioned of the lace and the billowing skirt of layers of net. Her veil ol nylon was caught to a headband fashioned from the French lace. Clusters of white roses mounted the prayer book which she carried. Lily of the valley were tied in the profusion of streamers which flowed away from the book. Benny Walden of Los Angeles «erved his brother as best man. Jimmy Ray and Tom Brown, Jr., acted as ushers. Mrs. Goodson. mother of the Sept. 29 at 8 p.m. in the Shaw Avenue Methodist Church In St. Louis. Miss Lawless was a 1847 graduate of Metropolis High School and since that time has been employed In St. Louis. A Blytheville High School graduate, Lt. Wilson also attended Arkansas State College. Jonesboro, and Northwest Mississippi College. Scooba, Miss. A veteran of service during World War II. Lt, Wilson recently returned from two years duty with the 20th Air Force in Okinawa Korea and Japan. A reception will follow the cere Auxiliary Meets At Widner Home The Intermediate Girls Auxiliarj of Calvary Baptist Church met ye-s- erday afternoon at the home of ounselor, Mrs. J. D. Widner. Prayer by Peggy Webb preceded he dialogue which she and Joyce -teele gave from the "World Com- ade" to open the meeting. Guests or the weekly session were Mrs. n Robinson and Jeanette Michael. bride, was dressed in a gown of black for which she selected black accessories. At her st pinned pink rosebuds. A. black fall costume also was worn by mother of the groom, Mrs. JValden, who was presented a cor- itge of lilies. The wedding guests were entertained immediately following with a reception at the Charles Stalcup, Sr., home on South Highway 61. Miss Hanley presided at the bride's book. Autumn blooms mart- ed the rooms in which the couple received the guests. The bride's table was centered with the tiered cake flanked by lighted white tapers. Mrs. Roy Hanley, aunt of the bride served the punch. Also serving the guests were Mrs. Joe Prlch- ard and Mrs. Alma Permenter. Mr. and Mrs. Walden will be at home in Blytheville. Benny Walden of bos Angeles was the only out of town guest for the wedding. Karen Drugmand Has Farewell Party Karen Drugmand. who Is leavin tomorrow for Peoria, III., to ttlak a^er home, Sunday afternoon enter •fanned at the home of her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Stone with a farewell party for 20 small friends. An afternoon of games entertained the guests with N. M. Stone, Jr., Claudia Jane Klene and Cecila Ann Henderson winning prizes. Balloon and gum favors were also presented. Mrs. T. E. Drugmand, mother of the hostess, served ice cream and pink lemonade during the afternoon. Assisting Mrs. Drugmand. were Mrs. Ernestine Buck, Mrs. Irby Hodge. Mrs. N. M. Stone, Mrs. Charles Frazier and Miss Betty Nell Tomlinson. Out-of-town guests for the event were Mrs. N. M. Stone and sons, N. M. Stone, Jr., and Ronald Stone of Turrell. • • • Year's Work Discussed By Sorority Chanter . Program topics and projects for the year were discussed Saturday afternoon at the meeting of the Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma at the Manila home of Mrs. Wrin Green. ^ Mrs. Lillian Frank, chapter president, conducted the session in which the year's work was discussed. Mrs. Frank reported on the sorority's summer workshop at Mount Petit Jean which she attended as chapter representative. Mrs. Green served a dessert course in the social hour following the adjournment. Sentence prayer closed the ses- ion followed the afternoon's devo- ional by Jeanette Michael. A spaghetti supper was served by Mrs. Widner following the adjournment. O. E. Blvens of Memphis Is the houscguest of his sister, Mrs. Jim England and family. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Drugmand and daughter will leave tomorrow morn- ,ng for pcorla, 111., to make their home. Mr. Drugmand, who has been employed -in .Peoria arrived in Blytheville Sunday to accompany Mrs. Drugmand and daughter to Peoria. Mrs. James Barksdale returned yesterday from Foyetteville where she had spent several days. She motored her daughter. Miss Shirley Barksdale to the university where she enrolled as a freshman. Miss Juliette Rossie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Rossie left Sunday for Webster College. St. Louis where she will enroll as a freshman. Miss Charley Ruth Blankenshlp left this morning for Memphis pearl Lewi where she will enroll as a sopho- Ployment. more at Memphis State College. Miss Blankcnship is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Blankenship of Dell. Mrs. R. A. Cary will spend today and tomorrow in Pctosi, Mo. Boatswain's Mate First Class Gene Stone arrived yesterday to spend a 30-day leave with Mr. and Mrs. Clair Miller and sons. 'Mr. Stone, who recently returned from overseas duty will report to San Diego for re-assignment. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Vail of Springfield, Ohio, are the houseguests of Mr and Mrs. O. E. Knudscn. Dr. Vail Is a brother of Mrs. Knudsen. Misses Valima and Bonnie Sheppard of Dell left this morning for Memphis State College where they will be students. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Sheppard of Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Lavelle Poe announce the birth of their first child a son. yesterday morning at their home. He lias been named Jimmy Ray. Mrs. Poe is the former Miss Jeanette Allensworth. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beaumont and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Roach of Toedo. 111., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vowell. During World War II both Mr. Beaumont and Mr. Roach were stationed LUXORA, Ark., Sept. 18. — The American Legion Auxiliary Unit of the Luxora Legion Post held its an. nual Installation of. officers at the Hut Thursday night. Mrs. Jimmie Bass of Osceola served as installing officer. Mrs. G. C. Driver, Jr., was in stalled as president, succeeding Mrs Charles Frazier. Serving with Mrs Driver this year are Mrs. Geralc Chafin as first vice-president; Mrs Edwin Hays, second vice-president Mrs. W. R. Tate, secretary-treas urer; Mrs. J. W. Lynch, chaplain Mrs. Tom Callls, historian; anc Mrs.. Charles Frailer, sergcant-at arms. Mrs. Driver announced committee appointments at the Installation meeting. Including Mrs. Lynch, child welfare; Mrs, Callis. constitution and by-laws; Mrs. Hays, girls' state; Mrs. Chafin, membership; Mrs. Frazier, poppy sales; and Mrs. Pearl Lewis, rehabilitation and em- WMU Has Final Session of Year The last meeting of the Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church for the current church year was held yesterday afternoon at the church, with Mrs. Ted King presiding. Mrs. Roy Head gave the opening prayer and Circle Six presented the Service program, "Parallel Progress in Stewardship." Mrs. Theodore Logan and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon dl reeled the program. "She Has Done What She Could' was Mrs. C. E. Evan's devotiona which was followed with prayer by Mrs. E. E. Stevens. Reorganization plans for the new year were discussed and the meet ing adjourned with prayer by Mrs H. H. Brooks. Refreshments were served In the social hour following the dismissal. rogram Given ! Armorel WMU "Parallel Progress in Stewardship" was the service program given, for 11 members of the Armorel Baptist Women's Missionary Society, who met yesterday afternoon in the home of Mrs. C. C. ElUott. The afternoon's devotional was given by Mrs. Ira Dixon preceding the program led by Mrs, C. E. Garrison, Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Adrian Russell and Mrs. C. \V. McGinn. In the business discussions, committees for the year were named. To serve are Mrs. Arch Beard, county mission chairman; Mrs. Dixon, program chairman and Mrs. W. O. Anderson, publicity. Concluding the meeting was a discussion of plans tor a Day or Prayer, Sept, 21 at the home of Mrs. W. E. Edtuondson. Church Group Names Officers Sorority Representatives Entertain at Hospital Miss Polly S tewart, Miss Luell Barnes, Mrs. James Rogers and Mis Florence Moore as representatives o the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi and chapter sponsor, Mrs W. J. Pollard were in Memphis Sun lay afternoon where they enter ained at Kennedy Veterans Hos pital. The group spent the afternoon u 'ormally in visiting with the pa tients during which time cookies and coffee was served. A project of the sorority chapter, varied programs for the veterans are planned for the year. Mrs. Robert Lipscomb serves as chapter president. Methodists Meet In Circles Members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church held circle meetings yesterda yln homes of the city. Mrs. Ray Price was hostess to 19 members of Circe One. Mrs. Leonard Johnson met as a new member The devotional was given by Mrs Hugh Whltsftt, with Mrs. H. N. B|ft& Whitis leading the.study lesson. _ Mrs. C. t,. Kelly and Mrs, H. D. Jjg£ Jackson were hostesses to Circle ;: Two. Miss Sue Osment was a guest with the 19 members for the lesson taught by Mrs. Charles Alford. Mrs. Riley Jones and Mrs. Leon Burns met as new members. Mrs. A. C. Haley presented the devotional. Thirteen members of Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. V. G. Holland. Mrs. Roy Bagley was a guest for the meeting and gave the devotional. Mrs. George Pyles taught the lesson. Mrs. Joe Ferguson presented the study lesson for the 18 members of Circlo Four who met at the home of Mrs. John Caudlll. Mrs. William Wyatt was the only guest. Mrs James C. Guard gave the devotional. Mrs. Harry W. Haines was hostesi to 13 members of Circle Five. Mrs H. W. Wylie gave the devotiona and Mrs. Charles Czeshin taugh the lesson taken from the Book o Acts. Eighteen members of Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. Gu Eberdt with Mrs. W. J. Cupples co hostess. Mrs. I. B. Green was only guest for the study given b; Mis. E. J. Cure. Mrs. W. A. Hoi lingsworth gave the devotional. Refreshments were served by th hostesses in the social hours follow ing each adjournment. Sue McGee was named president of the Young Peoples Association of Calvary Baptist Church recently at a business-social held at the home of Joyce Steele. • • Others to serve are Wayne Rhoades. vice president; Joyce Steele, secretary; Delores Carter and Bonnie Webb, group captains, and Jean Norman. Bible leader. A social hour followed in which gifts were presented Charlie Belknap and Lloyd Hocott., who are. leaving soon for school. at the Blytheville Army Air Base. Herschel Edward Conley, Jr., I: the name which has bcon chosen b; Mr. and Mrs. Herschel E. Conle; for their first child, R son, born Sept 9 at Walls Hospital. Mrs. Conley is the former Miss Evelyn Bunn o Blytheville. Mrs. J. Farrls McCalla and Mrs Harmon Taylor were in Memphi yesterday. They accompanied Mis Vivian Taylor to Memphis wher she enrolled at Southwestern. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. William Cravens. City Floyd Smith, Steel e Johnny Smoak, Haytl Walk Hospital Study Is Begun 3y Yarbro Group A study of the book, "The Earth i the Lord's," was begun last night t the meeting of the Women's Soety of Christian Service of the arbr& Methodist Church. Mrs. cwell Wheeler was hostess at her ome for the program-business scs- on. The program, "Religion and Eco- omlcs," was presented by Mrs, Elie Wheeler, Mrs, Glenn Bunch and Irs. Paul Abbott. Prayer by Mrs. Johnny Johnson ollowed by the reading of the 8th salm. by Mrs. Robert Thompson losed the program portion. Mrs. Bunch, president, conducted he business discussions. Games were played in the social lour following and refreshments yere served. Women of Church Hear Address "Is Our Church Christian?" wa: the address presented by the Rev. Harvey T. Kidd yesterday afternoon when he spoke at the general meet- Ing of the Women of the First Pres- byi?rian Church. Prayer by the president. Mrs George Dillahunty opened the meeting for the 52 members at the church. Following reports of officers. Mrs W. E. Hodges, program leader, introduced pastor of the church, the Hev. Mr. Kltld who spoke to the group. A social hour followed In the church entertaining rooms with Mrs. A. F. Dietrich, Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Sr., Mrs. Louts Nash and Mrs. E. M. Woadard as hostesses. Coming Events Social Calendar home of Mrs. Paul Job*. Thursday C. and N. Birthday Club ha* T:*> meeting at home ot Mis. P. B. Parker. Mrs. T. O. Huey entertalnb^ Thursday Rook Club. TLE Club plays at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. Mrs. J. C. E11U hostess to Odt«» Club. . Kibitzer Club plays bridge »t Ut» home of Mrs. Jim Smart. Duplicate Bridge League 7:30 at Hotel Noble. Friday Stitch and Chatter Club has 1:30 meeting with Mrs. Wesley Thomas. Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church has monthly business-social. Hostesses are Mrs. Bess Stanton. Mrs. John Foster, Mrs. Sam Rhoades and Mrs. Lois Moreland. Saturday Miss Sarah Adelle Hook of O«- ccola marries Horace E. Moore at Osceola Presbyterian Church. Duplicate Bridge Leaeue plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Country Tuesday Club Duplicate Lengue plays tit club at 1:15. Bridge 'anel Discussion Held at Church Circle Two Has Meeting Circle Seven of First Methodist Church meets at S p.m. at A. R Olsen home. Mrs, Joe Warren hostess at her home. 717 Northeast Parkway, for 7:30 meeting of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley enter- ; taining Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club at their home with potluck supper at 7 p.m. DC'.,— tan Chapter of the Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Central Ward PTA has session at First Baptist Church. Executive Board hostess for the social hour following. Mrs. Harold Nunn entertaining CIB Club. Club Eight plays bridge at the Mrs. J. R. Gill and Mrs. Noble Dixon last night were hostesses at the Dell Methodist Church to mem- itrs and two guests of the Women's Society of Christian Society for a anel discussion, "A Christian's Vo- :ation." Mrs. Helen Karnes of Kennett and Mrs. R, A. Wall were the guests. Mrs. O. E. Honeycutt was panel leader, with Mrs. R. G. Edwards Mrs. Charles Kennett, Mrs. E. H Hall and Mrs. Noble Gill participating. Mrs. Mavis Settlemire led the ad- Circle Two of Lake Street Methodist Women's Society of Christian Society met yesterday afternoon at the church for the weekly business-program. Materials and instructions for an apron project of the group were distributed followed by group singing led by Mrs. George McGehey who also presented a report from the program committee concerning the planned activities for the year. Prayer by Mrs. J. W. Maloney preceded the devotional "The Teachings of Jesus About the Holy, Spirit' by Mrs. C. T. Wood. The Bible study was led by Mrs Journing prayer after which hostesses served refreshments. the Christian Church Women Convene A meeting of the Executive Baarc of the Women's Society of Christian ol the First Christian yesterday preceded the lvtr* a natural mln*rol wafer may i f «vc th* discomfort i of c«rtaln cotei o 1 ARTHRITIC B I S T • I t t Many Doctors Recommend OcHqMFul toiling, NQI •iQioh**. MountainValley J Mineral Water J /— .HOTSPJUNCl -«»«i*i Liberty Cash Grocery 5m W. Main Phone 497 Iverson Morris after Henry Young gave prayer. which Mrs. the closing church. Twelve Board members attended the meeting. Mrs. Rupert Crafton conducted the business session following In the general meeting with Mrs. James Terry as worship leader, Mrs. Russell Hays was world call study leader and following the missionary benediction refreshments were served the 18 emmbers, Mrs. A. G. Hall and Mrs. B. 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