MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1949 Society BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1 eo«i Phone 4461 Mr. Butler Weds Miss Griffith In El Dorado The Wedding of Miss Jane Griffith, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Toney of El Dorado to George Eugene Butler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Krankliu Butler of Osceola. was solemnized Thursday. September 1 In El Dorado. Vows of the double ring service were pledged at tin Toney home In El Dorado at 7 p.m. The Rev. Pan! Desmond of the Holy Redeemer Catholic Church officiated. A white marquisette screen covered in a luxuriant arrangement of huckleberry and set with a massive ^i'lnbnrst arrangement of white ^Jfrladioli. flanked on either side with wrought Iron candelbra holding many lighted tapers completed the improvised altar. A program of nuptial music was given by Mrs. John D. Trimble and Miss Gloria Wallace. Attendant Wears Pink Attending the bride as maid of honor and only attendant was Miss Bitlye Ann Breimo who wore a gown of pink nylon net with lace trim. Her gown featured a bolero of net with a bouffant skirt, designed in black with a large satin bustle bow. The bouquet Was of pink roses tied with silver ribbons. Tlie bride, who was given In marriage by her uncle, wore a strapless wedding gown of white satin fashioned with a bolero and a shirred bodice which ended in a deep point. Her slim front, skirt and full back skirt extended info a short train A satin poke bonnet held the full length silk Illusion veil. She carried R white shower bouquet of white roses, orchids anj stephanotis Ben r. Butler, Jr.. of Osceola served his brother as best man. Ushers were John Howell of Fort Smith and G. T. Semmcs of Morrilton. Reception Is Held Following the ceremony a reception was held. The bride's table was overlaid with a white cloth of brocaded satin caught at the corners and on each side with clusters of .rases and -tcphanotis. White tapers •Jfanked the tiered wedding cake. White gladioli used throughout the home completed the decorations. Mrs. Ben F. Butler, Jr.. of Osceola and Miss Janet Toney of Pine Bluff presided. Immediately following the reception Mr. and Mrs. Butler left for Colorado before returning to Fay- ettevilte where Mr. Butler is a student. Mrs. Butler chose for traveling a black raspberry faille suit complemented with black accessories and a coral hat with tinv osprey tips to complete the costume. Guests from Osceola were and Mrs. F. Frank Williams, and Mrs. Tal Tongate, Mr. Mrs. Ben F. Butler, Sr., and and Mrs. C. J. Lowrance, Jr. Mr. Mr. and Mr. Dell Supper Club Feted At American Legion Hut Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Osboinc «nd Mr. and Mrs. Lemai Welburn were hosts and hostesses to 60 members and guests of the Dell Supper Club Thursday at the American Legion Hut. Supper was served from U-shaped tables overlaid with white clothes « d centered with bouquets of vari- ored garden flowers. While candles in crystal holders flanked each arrangement. Guests for the affair included Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freeman. Mr. and Mrs Frank Seay. Mr. and Mrs Floyd Scay, Mr. and Mrs Cl.vd • Whistle Mr. and Mrs. Jack Oldham and Herman Keeler. . JIttS. GKOHGK EUGENE BUTI.KR Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hammock and son. Gregg, moved to their hew home, 1610 Holly Suturday. They formerly resided at 510 North Martha Frances Stevens 13th. Miss spent the week-end In Dell as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stevens. Miss Stevens is connected with the Arkansas Power and Light Company in Little Rock. Mrs. Lester F. Gibson left Saturday to attend the National Hair Dressers and Cosmetologists Annual Convention and Trade Show to be held in the Sherman Hotel in Chicago. She plans to return Thursday. Mrs. J. G. McColIum returned to her home n Beecherst. N.Y., after spending three weeks here a.s guest of her mother, Mrs. Rissa Helm and sister, Mrs. lulas Davis and family. Mrs. Maude Tippin of Jonesboro spent the weekend here as guest of Mrs. W. L. Green and family and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Norvell McGec and son of Nashvilc, Tcnn., spent the weekend here as gt'esls of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hawkin.s and family. Miss Kay Rowle spent Sunday In Morehouse, Missouri. Mr. and Mr.s. John O'Shay and .son. Johnny, of Talullah, La., spent the weekend here as guests of Mrs. O'Shay's parents, Mr. and Mr.s. w. A. Edwards and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mills and son. Benny" of Memphis spent, the weekend here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Landrum. Mrs. Laura Webb and Mrs. Minnie Ozier of Mobile, Ala., are spend- ;uests of been named Penny Lynn. Mrs. Kilipnle Ls the former Miss Mary Lou Lovelace. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Eubanks and Mrs. Mabel Smith spent Sunday In Little Rock where they visited James Tucker Eubanks who Is a polio patient at St. Vincent's Infirmary there. James Tucker's condition is satisfactory. Mrs. Sam Landrum left today for Red Banks. Miss., to attend the frncral uf an aunt, Mrs. Eva Sigman Barber. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Hurley returned to their home In mngham. Mr. Cunningham „ Miss Hazel Hurley. Miss Mary l.oiljr of Lewisburg. Tcnn., arrived Sunday to make her home here. Miss Lc g will tcacn in the English Department Blvtheville High School.- Me. and Mrs. Fred E. Nolen of Los VAngeles, Calif., ar.ived this mornine for a brief visit with his aunt. Mr.s. Emma Nolcn and family. Mr. Nolen formerly made his home here %vith his aunt. Michael Alexander of Memohis is visiting; his erandnarents. Mr. and Mrs. R"SFCl] Phillips. Mr.s. Jack Trimble Miss Chandler Hostess Fn Trammer Union Class \T;^ i~.. r-u j, v-icioo llic w/llf . r m IM O[> ,0 ™ ,? Chandler was hostc-M to ins s( - vcra ] (lavs h 19 membe.-.s and one puest of the relatives and friends. Ch« of rTv I rai . nl "S U ' lion Mls - Rl «» "oiler spent Sunday Cla.ss of Calvarj Baptist Church in Jacksonville where she visited I Patty Stllwcll who ts - patient at • the Convalescent Homo thr-rc. I Mrs. Ellen King left Sunday for Detroit. Mich., for an ex'-nderi'visit returned Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Mi.su Lorene Ros will be hostess to Calvary Y. W. A, at her home 1706 Vine at 7:30 p.m. Wesleyan Guild of Ihe First Methodist Church will ineel at the Fred stcdmon home, 1501 Walnut at 8 p.m. Band mothers of all three units of the hand will meet at Die High School auditorium at 8 p.m. TueuU.r Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will have a business meeting at the club room al 7:30 p.m. V. M. Birthday Club will n'eet at p.m. with Mrs. Tollle Peter.son Annaul Trek To Halls of Higher Learning Starts for Large Number of Blytheville Students Installation Services Conducted at Meeting The Dorcas Cla.ss of First Baptist Church met Friday at t p.ru al the church with Mrs. N. W. Bileham and Mrs. H. L. Chambers hostesses. Two guests, Mrs. Hattie L. Johnson and Mrs. M. B. Con attended. The meeting was opened with the singing of the hymn. "Take Time To Be Holy" and prayer by Mrs. E. E. Stevens. Miss Cordelia Wilhite conducted the installation services of officers for (he coming church year with the following being installed; Mi's. M. W. Lewis; President. Mrs. c. L. McWalers Si'.: Fir.st vice-president. Mrs. C. F. Tucker, second vice- president, Mrs. Arthur Rushing, third vice-president. Mis. H. L. Chambers; fourtii vice-president, Mrs. T. H. Haynes; Secretary, Mrs. Charles Newcomb; Treasurer, Mrs. Pearl Hires, publicity. Following the dismissal prayer by Mrs. Victor Gilbert, the hostesses serveu refreshments. At The Hosnitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Eugene King. City. Mrs. J. n. Barber and baby, steclc. Mrs. Thomas E. Davis and baby Holland. Mrs. Rayburn Pritchard and baby, City. J. H. Lucy. city. B. T. Worthy, City. Carlos McMInn, Steele. Mrs. Frank Webb, City. Walls HinpiUI Dismissed: Mrs. R. I. Thompson, City. Mrs. O. G. Fender and baby. Rt. 2 Jack Brooks, Manila Mrs. Clarence Christian and baby, Wilson. B. T. Graham, City. Mrs. M. F. Wheat and baby. City. Mis. W. F. Bolin and baby. City. im.,: irviii jieu 10 mfir nome in o er parens. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Battle Creek. Mich., after spending Lesley and ;randparenls, Mr. and several days here as guests of Mrs. """ " "' —-'---"Hurley's mother. Mrs. George Cun- to her home in New Orleans after spending several days here as guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mrs. C. W. Goforth and other relatives. Mrs. Russell Campbell and daughter. Miss Jean Campbell. Mrs. Earl Damon, Mrs. O. c. Gansky and Miss Shirley Batksdale spent .. yesterday at Norfolk Dam with Mr. if Campbell and Mr. Damon who are vacationing there on the Campbell's houseboat. Miss Allyce Nelson of Dallas, Texas. Is spending several days here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson and family and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nabers and Mr. and Mrs. Ronert Robins spent yesterday in Grenada. Mississippi visiting friends and relatives. Friday Night at her home Guest for the affair was Miss Re- liccca Pennington. Miss Sue Mc- Ghr-e and Miss Janet Michael are new members of the class. | with her daii"Vtc'r."Mrs. L. D Hur- ^Dunng the evening the group lev and Mr. Hurlcv. ^jed games followed by a buffet j Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kniimlr an- ^'Piw. i :ioi-nre ihe birth of a riau?>-tcr Mixed summer flowers decorated \ R"nday at •"'•tiievllip Hnsni|?.l Tlio the home. As--istin? Miss Chandler were' Mr. and Mrs. Bernon Boyd and Mrs. L. C. Rollison counselor lor the baby, who Is | inn place alternating between Biv- theville. Caruthe rspille, Memphis and Nfarion, III. Those attracting from B'ytheviiic included. Mr. 3m j Mr.s. W.' A. Edwards. Mr. anrt Mrs Shields Ed,-. -. ------- f w?rds and family Mr and Mrs Tn 3 annual Edwards family re- Jimmv Edwards and fanulv Mr union which has, since its oriein. ! and 'Mrs. Vance Hend'r on and been scheduled for the Sunday pre- j family. Mr. and Mrs L E Gav and :cdm Labor ' ' " Edwards Reunion Held At Memphis Yesterday Labor Day was again held daughter. " amt Lou Mrs' w I brct r '-'w. 'T. Sheltm, and Fnr on ' M • * Mr *"* Mrs. H. E La- For fourteen years this event has Shot milJ <U r ldetl A V membc " of llic | Follow!!,* a picnic .imoh at the IlinoK f ™™ .* '"• Louisiara - '»»''">unds the eroup spent the a(t- liinoLs and Missouri with the meet- ' ornoon in informal entertainment. Minnie Lee Jones Music -Studio Now Open for Fall Classes IN PIANO REGISTER NOW SI urfi<v_S07 Chickasawh. Telephone 299 i PAGE FIVE Approximately 135 students from In and around Blylhevllle will Join the thousands of others li'om all over the nation when they begin their Irelt to colleges and universities all over the country ton continue their three "R's." School bells began ringing September first for some while for others they will ring as late »s Sept. 26. for the freshman school will provide a variety of experiences from those first few days of homesickness to the homecoming game, rush season and proms. Among students who will attend school for the first term are the following who have selectrd the University of Arkansas: Martha Dale Ulxon. Marion Randolph Smith, Graham Partlow, Mo.se Simon. Mary Frances Ouincs. James Weathers, and Betty Nell Holland. Claiming a large number of freshmen Is Arkansas State at Jonesboro which will register Jnints Westhrook. Betty Ix>gan. Howard Bailey, Billy Joyiier. Don Keibounh, Wade Reeves, jr.. Bob Damon, Bobby Turner. Rnnby Coleman, Vance Owens, Clayton priest, and Clarice IVfaxwell. Entering nurse's training al Rap- tlst Stale Hospital in Little flock will be "obt)ic Sue Wisenhunt and Betty Woolen. Selecting Central Collcse In Little Rock are Mai v Jo ROM. June Stircs, Pal Hay and Sue Casstdy. Denny Gentry Is entering Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. JoAnn Tri.scliman and Roberta Bracey will attend Mississippi Southern in Hatlicsburg. Following- in the steps ot an older brother l s Jlrn Lancashire who will enroll al Oberlin college In Oberlin, Illinois, where his brother Ben Is a student. Clatmign /our of the freshmen will be Ole Miss wllli the following enrolling: Perry Rothroek. Thomas Hale. Pat Regan and Nathan Wade.. Russell Phillips and K. C. Allen have chosen Vanderbllt University, at Nashville, Tenn, Southertiweslern at Memphis Js the choice school of Dick Williams, Bill Hamilton. Christine Austin and Bnford Young. Other freshmen going away to school Include: Jimmy Lowe. Washinton University at St. Louis; Bobbin Faye Michael, Ouachita at Arkadelphia; Charles McDaniel, Northwestern, Evanston, III.; Jean Dedman, San Angelo Junior CollcRc. San Angelo. Texas; Barbara Slewart, Southwest Hapttst. College, Bolivar, Mo.; R. B. Hodge. Kentucky University at Lexington. Anne Mc- Leori, Cottey Junior College, Nevada, Mo,; Tommy Wells. Southern Baptist at walnut Ridge; Billy Lambert, Tre,vecca Na/arene In Nashville; L. W. FiUhugh, University of Idaho In Moscow; Eugene O'Brien. Wayne University in Det- roiURamona Crafton, Gulfpark in Gulfpcrt, Miss. ;and day- Garrigan, Lindenwood in St. Charles, Mo. Among those returning to continue their college work will be Hurry Farr. John White. MaeBcth Rogers, Billy Wayne McFarlaud, Jimmy Henry. BUI Williams, Char- SAVE HALF PRICE on ivondci-n-orking hormone cream TUSSY/lE/if/TY PLUS f} • J jar note 0 large 'ojrir now f 2.50 nit prices />/uj lux Krer' your skin looking young anil lovely with famoii Heauty Plus cream. Tiiis scientific hormone cream i c a Koon for every over-30 skii KM:KV oi;.\r.F. contains 10.0CX) arli\e units of * Dynamic hormone iiicrcdient.'niii important incrcilicnt is actually absorbci! ^v your .'tin. HATCH IIO» Reanlv Plir. wnrk. n n r alip1p ] in ,, ¥ ,l rvnis$5 »nrl Uuincfs . . . Ifjx-^ ;mir .'Un youn.fcr looking ' ffcilier, .moollicr! 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Kmeiuig us freshmen will I).- Miss Mary Prances Giiines, on steps holrlin B I ); I K , an(1 Mis5 Maithii li,|c ijixrin, Mir rieht. Miss Betty Woodson, with liatiwx. must be- .simunit broiidly' because she knows this Is the last Unit- she'll be |ju,,,,!u,g u m tram, us she gradual?* in February. les CiigRcr. Frances Shouse. PCITV Adkisson, Hryant Stewart. Jr., Itiii Braccy. Jerc Reid, netlv \V(mcL,un Eilscl Iliulicr, Don Chaiiiblin, Mary Aim Smith, Billy Cross. Donna Wuilderlii:h. Claude Cassiity, Vir- emia Swcnrctlgcn, Hal TtiompMin, Cliarlic Nick Rose and Guidon Hammock, who make up the group attending the University of Ark- insas. Continuing their studies at Arkansas State at Jouesboro will lie John Bruce Wilson, Dorothy 1 inn, Jerry Morgan, Tommy Sylvester, and Junior Bujarski. Attending Arkansas Ttch at llus- ellvlllc will be I.vta liojc C.-istilo j who plans to Iriinsfer tci the Unl- i \ r crsity of Arkansas st-rnnri seines- I (ft. linbby Mullen, Billy Hob Elliott and Lloyd Kooncc. | HIuc- Mountain C.'o)!eno at Blue M itiiin, Miss., wilt once again claim Maiijin Mayrs. [ Maxlne Ovcrniiin. Al Fri>d,i Slot \':ill, Atialine I,ee ami June Buch- I anan will return to Central In Ut- II.' iiiick. j Anne Wccriliian and fioicion Rlls- 'trll will return I,, Luiifslnnri State 1 Univer.Bity. I Allen rilre will rnnllnnc n ls studies al III? I'jiivc'R.ily of Missouri. Coli.nibla, Mo. Mississippi Southern will claim EUKPIIC Keinper. P. D. Foster, Jr., will return In Mississippi state at Starkville, Miss David Sylvester will return to Oklahoma A. and M. Returning! (o Ole Miss will b« Ciny Burks. Prcntls Holder, Don Wrifiht. .lark KlMott, »nd Billie Jiinc Hudt'crs., ' Vnnderbllt at Nashville will r». ''ljuin Chnrles Henderson and Beltj Washington and Lee at Lexlni- t"i>. VliBlnm, is the chosen school of Jiitk llorner. Jim Oale.s and Harry Ray Brook« will continue their studies >t Wll- linin Jewel, Liberty, Mo. I.aura Swain. Jo Ann Campbell and (ienivf Pollock will enroll at Washington University, st Loult. Vannye Whillry and Carrol Evans will return to Ouachlta at Ai-kndelphla. C. o. ncdmaii. Jr.. will return t« Virpinla Military fn.sytule. Lexinr- Tea, sil ,, e CMexe , nr Womf ponton. Texas, will again claim liillio Suo Burks. Anton l--oiRu.son will return to Sleohenr, Collrce. Columbia Mo Carulyn child will return t« Mount St. Joseph, Cincinnati, Rosemary Child will attend St IJiuls University. Virginia Bowen will return to .Mississippi Stale Col- Iciie for Women. Jimmle Frane., Clemcin.s will enroll at Syntcvre Univcr.slty i], P second .somester Cornell at Utlca. N.Y.. win claim' nillv Brown. Pat Willson lias .w, iTtetl Sonthr-nst MKsourl State Teachers. Cape Glrnrrieati. Mo. Joe FeiRiison will return In ficorgin Tech al Atlanta. Dan ami Chi-slc-i- Cladwell will return to Duke University. Durham. N.C A (f. Shiblo.y, Jr., will enroll at Til- tiine. New Orleans. Muriel Knud- sr-n wilt return to MacMurray «t Jni-ksonvillr. til. Hardln-Simmons nl Ahillne. Texas, win again claim .tune Posey. Juanlla Rberdt and I.omiic Johnston will enroll at Id-minx Collpce. Conway. VirBlnia Williams will return tn Breiian. Cialnesvllle. O«. P«u1 Iliiiarskl will enroll at Ihe University of Colorado, Boulder. Colo. Joyce Gill returned to Southeast linnllst Theological Seminary. Fort Worth. Texiis. Mary Nnnn will en- •oll nt University of Norlh Carolina •liapr-1 Hill. N.C.. to work toward lor master's degree. David Moor« mil Dan Wade will enter Arkansa* itatp Teachrrrs, Conwajr. Marguerite Child will enter Holy Aimels Academy. Jonesboro. Man. vecn Morris will return to St. c«- i-llia'.s Academy, Nashville. Jerry Crifrle will enter Columbli Military Academy, at Columbia. 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