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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1949 Phone 4161 Exchange of Rings Suggested by Circles of Flowers In Church Wedding Sunday of Mary Ann Parks Before a large white satin wedding ring symbolic of the rings of the young couple, Jliss Mary Ann Parks was married to Edgar Dotson Os- Jin, Jr., of Little JSock, Sunday at 4 p.m. at tlie First Methodist Church. The Rev. Roy I. Bagley, pas- for of the church, officiated at the ceremony. Satin-covered semi-circles flanked the large wedding ring, completely encircled with feathery plume and framing a bo\v-tied spray of white gladioli, Esther Reed daisies and greenery. Large palm fronds formed a wall of green to back the circles. Each smaller arc, centered with a glittering silver ring which was a replica of those exchanged by the young couple, nestled in feathery fern along the white iron chancel rail which enclosed a white 1,-icker fence, both entwined with the fern. Each ring held a trio of pure white gladioli arched toward the center circle. Candles l.ifiht Scene The chancel rail held a row of white sentinel candles and w a s banked along the lower edge svilh fern half-circle. Gracing the prle dieu. placed on the platform in front of the large wedding, ring, were two fluffy white satin bows. Two white wrought iron [lower baskets and two crystal v.ises over which brimmed an abundance of gladioli, were tied with white satin bows and stood in a diagonal row away from the prle dieu, focal point of Ihe scene. In alternation with the flower stands were six candelabra supporting nine white candles each. Two were decorated with white satin bows and four held miniature silver rings set with a single white gladioli. Mr. Dalton C. Fowlston presented an organ prelude of nuptial music. Her selections included "If I Could Tell You," Firestone. "Indian Love Call," priinl. and "Sweet- Chl." Mr. Oslin Is the University of heart of Sigm a member of ____ __________ ^. __ Arkansas chapter of Sigma Chi fraternity. During the lighting of the tapers by David Hyatt, jr., of Little Rock, strains of "Claire de Lime," de Bussy, were heard. : Miss Jo Ann. Trieschman sang "All for You," Bertrand, and "Through the Years," Youmans. •"The Lord's Prayer," Malott, was used for the benediction. Mrs. Fowlston, In an ice blue gown, wore a corsage of riibram lilies in pink. Mfs« Trieschman. In » bouffant sea foam formal, had • corsage of Better Times roses. Miss Marilyn Deen, as maid of honor preceded the bride down the aisle gowned' in robin's egg blue chiffon shadowed by sibilant taffeta. The sleeveless basque was shirred to create a handspan waistline. The portrait neckline draped with a cowl bertha which reached to waist length in the back and the full skirt fell over period hoops. A heart shaped bonnet of shirred chiffon completed Miss Deen's costume. Bride Carries Prayer Book Her ring-shaped bouquet was of Better Times-red satin outlined with maline in the same shade. Centering the ring was a detachable corsage of pink nibram lilies set in a rosette of satin. Tlie knee- length streamers which flowed from the ring were caught, at intervals with tuberoses and Better Times roses. Miss Julia Ann Paisley of Little Rock and Miss Rosemary Johnston were gowns identical to that of the maid of honor. They also carried ring bouquets of Talisman satin and maline outlining detachable corsages of yellow Louis Feme?, roses. Roses and tulicroses showered the kneelength streamers of their flow - ers. Their headdresses were also of fluted chiffon. The bride, given In marriage by her father. Max Austin Parks, wore an original model in Skinner's candlelight slipper satin. Her gown featured elongated basque points. low -in center front and back. A flat winged satin bu\v spread across I he front. The gathered skirt developed in voluminous folds extending into a long rathedcral train. A finger tip cape of misty French illusion was attarhni to a mantilla of heirloom Chamilly lace, from which her three-quarter Ucicd veil spread. She carried a white prayer bciok topped with a while orchid in 3 npil of white bridal MRS. KUGAK DOTSON OS1.1N .11!. Miss Nancye Ann White Marries Travis S. Deen in Home Ceremony ted ivilh the satin streamers. Lloyd Lynn Jr., of Little Rock scn-cd as best man mid Lynn Bear- ! <, n,!,,. »1(1>1 nt I nn.iK.,:lln ..„....:.. _« <l._ ' ^*' ^t-LI]. 1 In a simple home ceremony Sun day at 3:31) p.m. Miss Nancye An.. White became the bride of Travis den of Lcnchville, cousin . of the . bride, carried the satin pillow hold- I ing the two rings. ' Ushers were James N. Parks, bro- j „,. , )c(o ., ,,, ,, , „ tber of the bride; Lewis Thompson, I ,,,,.,,,, "•'• ltlu -' i i~ ?i< n .. n ,. -.,„..!._ i . . ... un-iUJA. Candlelight Buffet Fetes Pai'ks-Oslin Party, Guests Culminating the round of parties given In compliment to Miss Mary Ann Parks, bride-elect of Edgar Dotson Oslln, Jr., of Little Rock, was a candle light buffet supper Saturday night when Mrs. Curtis Bennett and Mrs. J. T. Wcstbrook were hostesses to members of the wedding party and guests at the Bennet home, 1103 Hearn. The serving table was overlaid with a white cutworlc cloth centered with a modernistic arrangement ol white crow asters with an off center figurine of bride and groom at one end and a Ian shaped arrangement of white column stock at the other. Members of the immediate family of Miss Parks and Mr. Oslin were . at a large table overlaid white linen cloth and Mr. E. R. Huriier, minister of the :h of Christ in Abilene, Texas seated with - tered will) an arrangement of pink rosebuds flanked by pink candles mnnhiK in crystal holders. The table was outlined in pink ribbon with pink china and crystal used to further compliment the pink and white scene. Other member"- of the wedding party and guests were seated at small tables overlaid with a white ciltwork cloth with a single pink candfe "illi while camelias floating In tlie pool of the base center- IIIR the table. White place cards with tiny \vhite wedding riiiRS engraved marked each guest's place. Guests attending other limn members of the wedding party were Mrs. Tom Paisley. Mrs. Lewis Thompson and r'rs. David Hyatt all of Little Rock, Mrs. R. C Allen and Mrs. HhelHirne Brewer. The Mantel <f the entertaining room featured a china mniuel bowl containing a luxuriant. arrangement of Ivy and pink ro:>o. Following supper a rehearsal was held at the First Methodist Church for the ceremony which \vas performed Kundfiy at 4 p.m. Former Blyllicville Girl Weds \Vesl Helena Man Miss Alary Ann Blaiikenshfp. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blankemhlp ol Miu-vcll and formerly ot Blytheville. was married Friday. August 2(i. in West Helena to William Loyd ot West Helena. The Rev. Lehman If. Webb of the West Helena Baptist Church MI.SK Broom was the bride's only attendant. She wore a frock of veltow tnffclii and carried a bouquet ot talisman roses. The bride was given in marriage Bits of News Miss Virginia Swearenzen left today lor Rector where she will be Joined by Mi-ss Mary Jo Purcell who will accompany her to Fayetteville where they are students at the University of Arkansas. Miss Swearengen rill be a senior there this fall. Dr. and Mrs. W. F, Brewer were in Wynne yesterday where they attended the wedding of Miis Mary Ann Smith and Wood Dewey Knight. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bogan and *»**• anu MIS. nan) o</&o" Him daughters, MIES Nancy Bogan and Miss Dotty Bogan, accompanied by Miss Butomie Jag«ejs. spent Sunday at. Reelfoot Lake. Mrs S. S. Palcrsoii and daughter. Miss Vivian Patterson, are spending fupilt in Junior High To Register Sept. 5th Seventh and Eljhth Gride pupil* In the Blytheville Junior Hi«fa School will be registered next Monday, September S, It was announced today by Earl Nail, principal. He said that an enrollment of about 180 was expected In the Eighth Grade, wllh perhaps 170 in the Seventh Grade. All members of the (acuity for the Junior Hl«h have been selected, he said. Mr. Nail, who served In the Blytheville schools last year as a social science and Englls* Instructor, has been promoted to principal of the Junior High. He Is a native of Ml. Pleasant, Tenn., and holds his master's aiH bachelor's degrees from Peabody College In Nashville. Tenn, He served Jour years In the Army Air Force during World War Rutherford, the today in Memphis. Bob Patterson of Tenn.. spent Sunday here as guest of Chester and Dan Ca Id well. Mr. Patterson is a .school mate of theirs at Duke University where he Is a junior. Mrs. James W. Adams, Sr., returned yesterday from Arkiidelphia where she s|>ent several days with relatives and attending the wedding of a niece. Mrs. Bill Differ left Eririay for Little Rock alter spending a week Here as the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wade. Chester Calciwcll left today for Duke University whore he will be a senior there this fall Edward Hardin and son, Ed. and Miss Johnetta Lovctt of Memphis spent the week-end here as the guests of Mr. Karelin's mother. Mrs. E. E. Hiirdui. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Edward Hardin. who has been a guest of Mrs. Hardin's for several days. Miss Marilyn Morris of Maiden. Mo., spent the weekend as the guest of Miss Winnie-Beth Buckley. Miss Morris, who is the niece of Jesse and Ben White, will spend several days as guest of their families before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Miller and sons ledgevilte, Ga., to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Denton for several days. Mrs. Fail-field directed two teachers workshops In Dublin and MillMgeville, Oa,, as a staff member "f Georgia State College for Women, Milledgeville. She was also guest, .pcaker at a reading conference held on campus. Mrs. C. L. Seacora and Infant daughter, Leigh, of Atlanta, Ga.. arrived tn spend several days as guests of Mrs. Seacord's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Denton. They are en route to their new home at Fort. Worth, Texas. Evans Forrest nf Riverside, Calif, arrived Thursday to spend several clays as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Forrest and family and Mr. and Mrs. C D. Hodge and family. Mr. ortest will also be guest of other relatives and friends here nnd in Missouri. Mrs. J. E. Stevenson and children, Mary Tarber an Steve, have returned from a six weeks vacation in California. Mrs. Lillian Frank returned Sunday from Mississippi Southern College at Durnnl. Miss., where she attended the summer session, there and received her'degree. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Eubants spent Sunday in Little Rock. Jimmy Wilder Placet first in Contest Saturday Jimmy Wilder, 8-ye»r old *on of Mr. ind Mrs. Woodrow Wilder, 1316 West Ash, won first place on the Garrett Snuff Variety Jamboree Amateur Conl«st held Saturday night at the American Legion Auditorium. Jimmy, who won over eight other contestants, played several selections on his piano accordion. At The Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Dismissed: Joe Edward Ray, Cooler. Mo. William Kfunlmoutli, City. Mrs. A. J. Caldwell and baby, City. Paul Moody, Clly. Jimmy Neal, Cooler. Charles Ray BriH, Cily. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Paul Green, Huffman. Mrs. Winston Aston, Luxora. Mrs. A. T. Straw-bridge, and baby. City. Mrs. Harold M. Dozler and baby. \[* Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Reception for Miss Billlc Jean Turk »nd Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker at the First Baptist Church at Tueftday friendship Class of Fjrst The Baptist Church meet at 7:30 City. p.m. at the home of Mrs. James Lunsford, 319 Missouri with Mrs. Foy Etchieson co-hostess. Trl-Town Bridge Club wifl meet at the home of Mrs. Dale S. Briggs. Wednesday Junior GA's will meet at home of Carol Ann Holt at 3 p.m. Thursday Executive Board of the Central P. T. A. will meet at 4 p.m. :il the home or Mrs. j. B. Stevenson, 321 Madison. Mrs. Tuft Metzer hostess lo Armorel Home Demonstration Club. Mrs. Richard Pritchard hostess lo Thursday Rook Club. Friday The Blytheville High School Dance Club will have the first dunce of the season at the American Leaft^ it at 9 p.m. 9f . Lucille Tomltn. Burdette. Donna Graham. Bloomington. Ill Mrs. T. R. Taylor -<nd baby. Steele. j Blytheville Rook Club will play hi the home of Mrs. A. E. Miller at 3 p.m. ICCIIT. r Mrs. Jack Long and baby, City. South Mississippi County. Mrs Frank *—' s and baby. City Mrs J. S. Coleman and baby. Holland M~. J. A. Price, Sleele. Mrs. H. L. Furman and baby. City. Club Leaders to Attend Fayetteville Conference Four home demonstrations, club members A'ill leave tomorrow for Kayetleville to attend the 21st annual meeting of the Arkansas Home Demonstration Council Clubs. The delegation for North Mississippi County— Mrs. Gertrude B. Holiman. hnme ageiK, Mrs. Lee Stiles, Mrs. Neta Bunch, and Mrs. Otto Bradberry— probably will be joined by t similar delegation from ir—B"?™; - H?iSr ™=S , Jr., Meyer Marks and James Wren, all of -Little Rock. They were suited in summer 'tuxedos with while and lnt|mutc -,,,. , ,, A "* "* "' U ' c br !f ' s ^ I Q " Howc " carnations as boutonnleres. i . . \ cd m uie K Mrs. Max Austin Parks, mother i the imiin -\\01 the bride, chose a frock of rase I ,, u , r |[ mvc '..,' silk shantung with black accessories: with unrp :enc. in the home mis. Mr. and Mrs. iMiite, wiis rcilcct- nirror placed over :ar of mixed sum- M. Bailey, maid of . , , o,, n cilT.- l\H.<^ VJ IX> , S11 M honor and only attendant, wore Reception Follows Service ' Mr. and Mrs. Parts entertained following the ceremony wilh a reception at their home for the out- of-town gne.sts. relatives nnri members ol wedding party and their families. Assistine in serving were Mrs. John Whitney Morgan Jr., Mr.s. Freeman Jcrnigiin and Mrs. David Hyatt Jr. of Little Rock, wh<» hnd corsnp.es of white asters. Their ror- sagcs, like the attendants' bouquets, were tied in silver i-ibboiis. Silver epergnes, flunking the tiered cake, held white bridal rases on tlie .series. Her shoulder corsage was of deep pink asters, Tlie bride chase a suit of brown gabardine with a tailored beige bloii.se Her brown felt hat featured an off-the face brim with green trim. Orcpn ncer.^nr'ir.^ romptrlrd her (xxstuinc. She pinned a puiplc orchid at her shoulder. Dmielas Deen served his brnthcr ii^.-Jx>-t num. Immediately following the cere- white taffeta. Her fingertip veil of net fell from a tiara of pearls and her wedding bouquet was of white gfirdcnias. Miss Mary Ellen Loyd. sister of the groom, and Miss Laura Lee Van Meter of Mnrvcll lighted the tapers. Miss Loyd wore pink chiffon with B corsage of while gladioli and Miss Van Meter was gowned in blue (af- The mother of the bride wore a blue silk costume with white carnations and Mrs. Loyd chose sireen silk with a corsuge of carnations. During the reception {he serving table was presided over by Miss and Mr. Milcy formerly lived here. .Miss Nancy DC Vor of .St. Louis was tlie weekend guest of Harry Ray Brooks and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Ray Cole Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Cole Sr., has returned from Portageville, Mo., where he spent a month as cucsl of his granriparnnLs. Mr. .and Mrs. J. L. McBride. Miss Mary Fances Nunn and her hou.ie»nest. Miss Ruth Chang, both of Washington, D.C., will arrived today to visit Miss Nunn's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Gunn nf Memphis were the weekend guests of Mis. Gmin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hagan of Huffman. Mrs. Gunn was before her marriage this riing trip and will live in Helena. ----- Mrs. Loyd traveled in a costume moiiy the young couple lelt on a ; of copper Blow gabardine hishlight- summer Miss Genevieve Hagan. M _ ^ ,..,..„ ^ Ir - a!| d Mrs. G. V. Daws and Jo Ann Lofton and Miss Ann Holo- i family have as their guest, Miss well of Marvcll and Miss Edith I Mary F:lla Garrett of Gurdon. Ark. Mocks. Miss Aurtry Mae Carter was [ Miss Garretl will visit It: Halls, in charge of the bi irip'.s book. , • Tenu.. prior to her return to Gur- The couple left on a short wed- A. B. Fafrfield ami son, arrived Sunday from Mil- weck's wedding trip throns:li the Somh before returning to niytlie- ville to make their home. cd by plnid taffetas and she car- tied brown accessories. Mrs. Veatricc Lovelace and Mrs. . Mrs. George Hughes, maternal ' Gordon Harris of Blytheville. aunts . eorge uges, materna grandmother of the bride. i>f Troy. \ °' tlie white gladioli tips and Ilorcttc.s in asis surrounded the C.B.C. Club Entertained Cavmack Nelson, all of Monettc. epcrgne.s anci the cake. . . On the buffet .stood twin crystnl Betty Lee Martin. IJirmini;- n in r i I aul Byriim Home lanci. rooko. Garden flowers were used through- cut the home. The hostess served refreshments. SEPTEMBER SPECIALS TWICE AS MUCH FOR YOUR MONEY RYTEX INFORMAL* 1(10 informals with your name and 100 envelopes RYTEX STATIONERY I no double sheets or 200 single and 100 envelopes with your name $ 1 75 These items will revert lo their regular prices of twic» this amount on October 1. NORRIS Printers Office Outfitters Stationers Across from City Hall acce-s.sonc.s. Her corsage was a white orchid. After a .short wedding trip the couple will make their homo in ClarksvilLe where Mr. OsSin is enrolled at- the College of the O/.a rks. Other oui-of-town guests besides members of the wedding p:irty were Mi-, ami Mis. L. L. Lynn. Sr.: Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Hyatt Sr.: C. T. Siua^t : Mr.s. Tom Paisley; Mrs. Diivid Hy.tll Jr.; Mrs, Lcwt.s Thompson Jr.; Jiiiiir.s Wren and Frank Savngr. all of 1,11 tie Ruck. Mrs U. W. Mnlhns. Mrs. Onii- Graham. Mis. Dixie wildy anil Mrs. JOP Appleb.Mmi. all o!" Oscrola. Mrs P.M. Nelson, grandmother or the bride; Mrs. Troy Joyce: Sen. :im! Mr.s. J. Lee Bcarden ami e1aui:h- . ter. Mar.v Lee. and Mrs. M. U. t \ Mitchell, all of Lcachville. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B:vans anil •* -•••-« "•• " 11111, ui i LI it L i u.iii. ' j.\ji. iii id .\ir.s. oj vne tvaiiR .HHI line Huffs aurt slcphimoiis ming- rtauahtcr. Nancy; and Mr. and Mr.s. -Reopened- ROBERTS CAFE 375 W. Main Now Under New Management Chicken Every Day Hot RreRds From Our Kitchen Daily \\c Specialize In Family Meals "You'll Snjoy fating at Roberts Cafe!" . . . here's a brand new BROWNIE BOX CAMERA ... ilyted for tht modern Jnopshof fan The Brownie Kawkeye Camera It's the ever-populor box comero — slreomlined ond brought up lo dole wllh many new fealures. You get 1 2 block-cnd-while ihols on each roll of Kodak o?0 Film or 9 MI-coloV pictures from each roll of Kodocolor 420 Film. Negatives are the generous 2% * 2% iii«. And you con take indoor piclurei wilh Irie Brownie Kawkeye Camera, too —lime exposures or "flash" shols using Ihe inexpensive Kodak Photo Flasher. Slop in today. Guard' Jewelry Store The theme of the meetim* i, ••— •-. Home, The Fomitninhcad of Democracy." Original skits written by home demonstration club women will be n part of each day's program. The meeting opens tomorrow and does Friday. It is sponsored by the College of Agriculture Extension Service. irusn iresii i rosn rreun rresn rr sh fresh fresh fresh n-esh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fr sh fresh fresh fresh^fr^- fresh sh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sh fresh frenh ITesn fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh frB.ih frnsh £rc.sh. £ro=>i r» RiTI THIATR! BY REFRIGERATION Continuous Shows BOT Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 8:00 a.m. I'i-As p.m. 4:30 p.m. LISTEN TO KLCN Last Time Today Take One False Step with William Powell • nd Shelley Winters Tuesday and Wednesday Woods Drug Store Selected Slmrl Subjccls Continuous Showing Every Day The Rid Thealrc has i Cry-Room where molhcrs wilh frcttinr babies can see and hear the show in comfort. Boi Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7-.MI Opens Sunday 1:IMI; Starts 1:15 Continuous Stiuws Sat * Sun. Bargain Night Everj Night Except Saturday N'o passes honored un Sunda? at Roxy Theatre Lasl Time Today (DOUBLE FEATURE) Three Godfathers with John Wayne and Harry Carey Blondie's Big Deal wilh Penny Singleton »nd Arthur Lake Tuesday and Wednesday 221 W«it Main

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