The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1959 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 19, 1959
Page 4
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PAGE FOUK BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS — Society News — MONDAY, OCTOBER 1.9,1959 Mias Millie Ann Mallory Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Bray (Courier News Photo) Mm Nancy Dixon Pledges Vows to Roy Bray in Ceremony New Liberty Baptist Church was the setting Saturday evening for the marriage of Miss Nancy Ann Dixon and Roy H. Bray. The bride is the daughter of Mr. tnd Mrs. Vance Dixon of Blythe- Ville. Mr. Bray is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bray of Holland. The Rev. A. F. Muncy, officiat- «d at the candlelight ceremony With L. T. Moore and Elvis Coble presenting nuptial music. Woodivardia trees were used as • background for the baskets of pink chrysanthemums which decorated the sanctuary. Pink candles illuminated the bridal aisle and led to the altar Vhere tiers of pink tapers burned In branched candelabra. Vows were exchanged beneath an arch entwined with greenery a n d chrysanthemums. Grosving chrysanthemums were used behind the satin covered prie dieu. Miss Sherra Lynn Dixon attended her sister as maid ot honor with Miss Barbara Lewis of Bauxite, Miss Mabel Crook of Blytheviiie and Mrs. Max Hii'l of Blylheville serving as bridesmaids. . They wore gowns identical in design of irridescent amethyst chromspun over net combined with velveteen. The silk sheath tea-length style had a scoop neckline and brief sleeves. The tie-on intermission harem hem overskirt fastened beneath a skirred grape velvet cummerbund with perky twin bustles. Miss Dixon carried a crescent of lavender spider chrysanthemums interspersed with harmonizing clusters of grapes. Other feminine attendants carried cascades of chrysanthemums end grapes. Mr. Dixon gave his daughter in marriage. She wore an original gown by Edythe in pure silk velvet over tulle. The priscilla pointed basque fastened with miniature velvet buttons. Re - embroidered Alencon lace formed the yoke with a scalloped decollelage portrait neckline. The gathered skirts developed over Southern Belle pettihoops and extended into a Cathedral train. Her bouquet was a cascade of fleur d 'amour, pearl studded leaves and a single white orchid. S. D. Bray of Blytheville attended the groom as best man. Groomsmen were Carry Dyer, Joe Payne and Wheeler Gracey, ail of Blylheville. Ray Dixon, brother of the bride, and Gerald Maclin, nephew of the groom, served as junior ushers. Mrs. Dixon wore a beige lace over taffeta complemented by brown accessories for her daughter's marriage. Mrs. Bray wore a royal blue sheath with black accessories. Both bad corsages of pink gardenias. A reception followed at Hotel K'oble with the bride's parents as hosts. A white satin cloth overlaid the bride's table. White gardenias encircled the punch bowl. Centering the table was a cherub epergne filled with pink stock and pink chrysanthemums. This was flanked by pink taper; in silver candelabra. Reception assistants were Mrs Cullen Dixon of Oxford, Miss. Mrs. John Ed Regenold of BIythe ville, Miss Alice Koonce, Mis: Libby Goff, Miss Peggy Duncan, Miss Anita Wroten McWalers Sirs. Earl Coppedge, all of Ely theville, and Miss Shirley Ed wards of Memphis. The couple left on an undisclos ed wedding trip and upon their re turn will be at home on Lakewood Miss Ann Marr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny ^farr ot Blytheville, has been elected president of the Dance League at Gulf Park College al GuKport, Miss. Miss Marr is a senior at the college where she is,a member of Delta Alpha Sigma sorority, the Athletic Association, the Dance League, Sea Gull, Samovar Club and YWCA. Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Joe Guccione of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Walker and children of Sikeston. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies left yesterday for several Ja; T in Eureka Springs and points of interest in the Ozarks. They were accompanied by Dr. Jdna Nies' sister,' Mrs. Harry {imberly, and her brother, Pail! Philliber, of . J ayti. Miss Nelda Hendrix will re- .urn to Searcy loday after spending the weekend here with her mother, Mrs. Dora Hendrix. She ms pledged 'Tieti Psi sorority at tfarding College where she is a Freshman. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren, Dr and Mrs. W. W. Workman and Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath spent the weeeknd in Little Rock. They went especially to attend the Arkansas-Texas football game. Douglas Ladner, student at Ar kansas Ktaie College, spent the weekend here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. B T. Ladntr. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry has re turned from a visit with relatives in Paris and Somville, Aik. She was accompanied by her ' sister, Mrs. T. H. JacKs. who is visiting here from Helena. He had as houseguests Boyce Core and David Sword of Stuttgart. They are also freshman students at the college. H. A. Haines and Charles Leggett were among those ;,-om Blytheville iii Little Rock Saturday Junior High PTAtoHave Fathers' Night Tomorrow evening BIythevlUe Junior High School PJA will conduct its Fathers' Night meeting beginning at 7:30. Alvin Huffman, Jr. will be prin- :ipal speaker. A visll to classrooms will follow ils address. Eighth grade mothers will be nosts for the social hour. ELIAS Super Drive-In Theatre-s. Hwy. ei Osceola — Phone LO 3-4632 LAST TIMES TONIGHT 2 BIG FEATURES! AND— FlSSisl JW -4 JftMESl "MJW Jife$8E JftME* ft**! ft (.«._„ Coming Events MONDAY Wesleyan Guild Groups meeting. Group One with Mrs. R. A. Berryman. Group Two with Mrs. T. R. [vy. Group Three with Miss Monta Hughes. All day circles of Trinity Baptist WMU meeting at church. Marion Cook Circle meeting with Airs. Judy McMtillin. Yarbro YWA meeting. Presbyterian WOC having general meeting at church, 2 p.m. Dell WMU meeting. Yavbro WSCS meeting. Chickasawba Chapter of American Red Cross meeting at chapter office, 7:30 p. m. Street in Blylheville. Mrs. Bray chose an aqua costume suit complimented by black accessories and an orchid corsage for traveling. Members of the wedding party were entertained with a rehearsal dinner when the groom's mother entertained at the Rustic Inn Friday evening. Chrysanthemums and asters in shades of lavender decorated tables. The bride-elect wore a white wool sheath fashioned with a pearl studded hodice. She had a carnation corsage. During the evening gifts were presented to attendants. Mrs. Vance Dixon entertained Saturday morning wilh a bridesmaids breakfast at the Rustic Inn. She used lilac dahilias and chrysanthemums in table arrangements. Mrs. Dixon presented feminino guests wilh gifts. Miss Dixon wore a burgundy sheath accented at (he waist by a cummerbund. Her accessories were in black. An out-of-town guest was Miss Shirley Edwards of Memphis. Every pattern in our stock room is on sale. No misprints. Orer 6,000 rolls of fresh, crisp and up-to-date patterns and colorings. WE NEED THE ROOM—YOU NEED THE SAVINGS. You'll want to decorate the whole house at these sensational savings. REG. $2.50 PAPERS 390 REG. $150 PAPERS 290 REG. $1.00 PAPERS Roll Roll Roll Buy Early — These Bargains Won't Lost Long UT (ft fc GOOD FAtNTINtt evening to attend the Arkansas- Texfs football game Gary Wayne Gill retuined to Arkansas State College yesterday following a weekend visit here with his parents, Mr .and Mrs. Jimmy Gill. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS 1 411 W. Main St. Phone PO 3-6767 Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp Mr. and Mrs. Blankenship Honored on Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship were honored on their silver wedding anniversary yesterday when their children, Mrs. Max Hill, Norbert Blankenship and Miss Deenya Blankenship, entertained with a drop-in Mrs. Blankenship received guests in a white brocade satin sheath . fashioned with a round necklined accented by mink trim. She was presented a white carnation corsage interspersed with silver wedding bells. Mrs. Ann Smith presided at the guest book with a silver arrangement being used on the registrar table. Gifts were displayed on the buffet which featured a cupid epergne holding a miniature bride and groom surrounded by valley lily, white roses and white maiden AUXILIARY OFFICIALS - Junior Auxiliary officials are shown talking with Dr. David Ray from Arkansas Children's Colony in Conway, who was guest speaker when the Regional meeting of Junior-Auxiliaries was held in Blytheville Friday. Shown talking w ith Dr. Ray are (left to right) Mrs. James Boniboy, national president; Mrs. Dick White of Blytheville, regional director, and Miss Martha Wise, executive secretary, (Courier News Pho(o) New school coat I COAT As seen in SEVENTEEN TttEftMO-ifAC Especially designed to cram in your school locker and your washing machine . . . and come out looking smart and fresh. Of winter-weight cotton twill with Nylon lining quilted to warm interlining. Has own chain hanger and padlock pocket. Beige, red, or white. Sizes S through 15. free forking For Our Customers JUNIOR BAZAAR OF BLYTHEVILLE 'Where Juniors Stop and Shop air tern sprinkled with silver Ililter. Guests were entertained in the en of the Blankenship home with fie mantel being the focal point n decorations. A white carnation arrangement prinkled with silver and Inter- persed with sih'er foliage cent- red the mantle. A bride and .room stood on either side of this rrangement. Roses were used in other floral irrangements. The refreshment table was over- aid in blue, draped by silver rells. A traditional wedding cake cent- red the table and was encircled ly carnations and silvered greenery. Silver tapers in crystal cand- FOR TOP ENTERTAINMENT MURR THEATRE-Osceola MON.&TUES. 2 Shows Nightly At 7:00 &9:00 P. M. elabra lighted the setting. Mrs. Raymond Zachry and Mrs. Virgil Hill presided. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Nelson Decker of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ashley of Marion. Remember 1 Pay Voui Paper Boy Roxy Now Open LAST TIMES TONIGHT i^a^^aS ALSO CARTOON TUES., WED. &THURS. Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. MON. • TUES. O WED. Admission: Adults 65c, Children 20c THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK In If.! iKhr << MMIKUTK SISOTHOKC SOW NO SHORTS COMING SOON TO R1TZ THEATRE: "HOUND DOG MAN" with Fahian "BLUE ANGEL" with Curt Jurgcns & May Britt "WONDERFUL COUNTRY" with Robert Mitchum & Julie London "BUT NOT FOR ME" with Clark Gable & Carrol Baker Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at 7:00 LAST TIMES TONIGHT MORE THAN GREAT COMEW HERES GREAT ENTERTAINMENT MARE MoOONALO ALSO CARTO 0~N TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature ALSO CARTOON

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