The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 4, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 4, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE fARK.) COUKIER KEWS WOfnECt>AT FEB. 4, Pat Mulliru, Society Editor Phone 4461 she also pinned > lavendar orchid at her shoulder. Reception Follow, Ceremony The bride's parents were hosts for a reception following the ceremony In the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Overlaying the refreshments (able was a cloth of organdy and lace, with a ruffled skirt. A three-tiered wedding cake In pink and white, surrounded by carnations and fern centered the table. A miniature bride and groom standing under an arch stood ntop the cake. Nap kins were Inscribed with "Frank mid Shirley." Two arrangements ol white carnations In silver bowls were seen in the entertaining room. Mrs. Bob Walden, Miss Betty Ann fiarber nnd Miss Pal Wagner assisted the hosts In entertaining. They were given corsages of white carnations. Out-of-lown guests for the affair included Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bruton of Little Rock, Mr. and ' Floyd Tale ol Dell. Mrs. C. V. Pfel- fer and Mrs. Edward Wagner and (laughter, Sue, nil of Brlnktey. Mr. and Mrs. Wngner, Jr,, left on an undisclosed wedding trip, the bride wearing a fitted salt of woo shantung In straw color. She wore a miliin straw bat. touched with brown velvet, and matching gloves with pumps and bag in the same color straw. At her shoulder wa pinned the orchid from her corsage Upon their return, the couple wll make their home In Fayetteville where the groom Is a student University of Arkansas. velyn Pigg >ets Wedding Date Tuesday OSCEOLA—MU« Ev«lyn Jean 8K, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Plgg, and the bridc-clccl. of Lt. uy Ncwcomb of Blue Mountain, Iss., ha» chown Tuesday as the iy of her wedding. The ceremony will take place at ic First Methodist Church at 4 clock In the afternoon. Serving Miss pigg „., matron of onor will be Mrs. Wilbur Wlldy. rldcsmalds Include Miss Betsy ovlngton of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. /alter Daniels, and Mrs. Freddy anlstcr. Best man will be the groom's rother, Leslie Newcomb of Blue •fountain, and groomsmen will be 111 Thomas, Ralph Wilson, Lincoln alrley, and Freddy Banister. Mrs. R. D. Meats and Miss JOBII -aney, vocalists, and Mrs. Harold ones, organist, will present a pro- ram of nuptial music. IARIUED YESTERDAY — Mr. and Mrs. Prank Joseph Wagner, Jr., exchanged wedding vows yesterday In a double ring ceremony al the Immaculate Conception Calliollc Church. 'Mrs. Wagner U the former Miss Shirley Janetl Barksclalc, diutgHtcr of Mr. tuid Mrs. James Bryan Barksdale. Mr. Wagner's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Prank Joseph Wagner, 5r., The couple will make lliclr home m Fayetteville where the groom attends university of Arkansas. (I'lioto by O'SfMn's) Wagner-Barksdale Nuptials ' Perormed at Catholic Church In a double-ring ceremony performed E\t the immaculate Conception Catholic Church yesterday at 10:30 o'clock hi Ihe morning, Miss Shirley Janet b Barltsdale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bryan Bnrksdale v bc- came the bride of FrunVt Joseph Wngner, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Joseph Wagner, Sr. „ Officiating at the nuptials was the Rev. Amos Enderlln, before gathering of close: friends nnd relatives of the couple, A stately white basket holding nnd moulded bodice. Her small hat, 5Baptist Circles Members Meet tall sprays of white gladioli nnd fern tied with Inrge bows of white-satin «tood on each side of the allnr. Completing the background was EI white wrought Iron candelabra on each side of the arrangement, holding white cathcdrnl tapers. James Bryan Barksdnle, Jr., brother of the bride, and Paul "Wagner, brother of the groom, blue lighted tapers at the beginning of v*-as the service. Mrs. C. Murray Smart, who was dressed for the occasion in a slate, blue afternoon gown of UiTeta with '• roll collar, fitted bodice, and llared skirt, and black accessories, fur- 'nished nuptial music at the organ. Among her selections were the traditional marches by Wagner and Mendelssohn. She pinned ft corsage of roses at her shoulder.- Serving as matron of honor was Mrs. Robert E- Coleman, the former Miss Jeanne Campbell, and maid of honor was Miss Emndel Swearengen, They were similarly dressed In antique silk shantung dvesses. Mrs. Colemar.'s dress, which wns pale green, featured a full sktrt, with fitted bodice, a tncked fold nronnd the hips, and a" scooped out neckline. She wore a pnte rose hat which WEIS trimmed with a dnrker rose velvet ribbon, black opera which litid ft face veil, wns covered with tiny (lowers In the.same pink ns that of her riress. She also wore black opera pumps and white gloves, nnd her roses were tied with pink. Drlde Glrcn l»y Father Mr, Barksdfile gave his daughter In marriage. For her wedding, she chose nn afternoon gown of pule silk shantung, which fnShloncd with a wide low pumps, and white gloves. her shoulder, she pinned a corsnge of pink roses tied with the samo shade of green as thnt of her dress. Miss Swearcngen chose pastel pink for her dress, which was fashioned with scooped neckline, very short sleeves, full gathered skirt, \cckllne, moulded bodice, rind small cnpe .sleeves. A fold of vertical tucks enhanced the. front of the bodice below" the yoke. The skirt, which wns full and flared, was poised over petticoats of crinoline. The bride's hat wns a small crown, covered with tiny (lowers, :he centers of which were small pearls in ihe same color ns her dress. She carried n white Bible, topped with n slnyle white, orchid, set in n nest of lllles-of-the-valley white carnations nnd white streamers, tied in French knots. Her only ornament was a siring of penrls, n gift of the groom. Mr. Wagner, Sr,, served his sor as best man. Ushers Included Pal Burks, Larry Lutz and Jimmy Cassidy. For her daughter's marriage, Mrs Bftrksdnle wore n gown of nshes of-roscs brocade tnlTcEn, the fHte< bodice ol which had three qimrte length sleeves, nnd n rolled coilrtr Her hat nnd olber accessories wei of navy blue. At her shoulder wa planed n tavcmtar orchid. Mrs. \Vnuncr wns drosscd for the Members of Circles One, Two Five, Six and Seven of the Worn cti's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist Church held meetings Mon day afternoon at the homes members. Circles One and Two met with Mrs, n. E. Smothers for a cfrcl program. Mrs. B. L. Vastblncle opened the meeting with prayer Mrs. H, J, Fondren presided ove the business In which the names Edith Montroe and Ola Lee wer chosen for the circle names. Mrs. Fondren, Mrs. Darrell Luns ford nnd Mrs. Henry McCain wcr on program and Mrs. W. E. O'Nea closed the meeting with prayer. Members of Circles Five and Si gathered at the home of Mrs. R, I Gean, with 16 members and flv guests, Mrs. Gene Sketton, Mrs, Z M. Hughes, Mrs. F. A. Hohn, Mr J. M. Hester, nnd Mrs. L. B. John ese attending-. Mrs. H, D. Priest began the mee K with prayer, after which Mr iolaud presided over the buslnes Irs. Homer Council wns In charg f the program on which Mrs. Prle ave the devotional. Others on the program were M ack Vmvcl I, M rs. T. C. Hopjjc .Irs. C. W. Hudson, Mrs. Jim Mtno .ml Mi.s, .Jack Alia way, who di nissed wilh, prayer. Members of circle Six met wl irirs. H. H. Sliomwell with six men ->crs, one guest; and one new member. Mrs. Eiil a Lewis gav e the ipenlng prayer, after which Mrs. ,arry Byrum led a business discussion. Mrs. W. O. West gave the Bits of News erAonal /Yorker's Council To Meet at Wilson WILSON—The Mississippi County Workers' Council will meet Friday t Wilson. The nil-day meeting will i held at First Baptist Church. Dr. B. L. Bridges of Little Rock, xecutlve secretary of Arkansas Lite Convention, will be principal peaker. The theme of the program Is "A Look at Our Program of Ad- ance." The meeting will open at 10 I'clock with the Rev. Harold White if Lcachville singing a hymn fol- owed by the scripture reading by he Rev. Joe Dill Deaton of Joiner. Others .appearing on the program will be the Rev.. C. A. Johnson of Blythevllle, Mississippi County mls- lonary; Miss Hazel Brannen, also of Blythcvlllc. educational director at First Baptist Church, and Mrs. R. H. Jones of Osceola, assoclatlon- il librarian. Jo Lee Williams will present spe- :lnl music, "Just for Today," at he morning session. Dr. Bridges will talk on Cooper- alive Program and Five Year Program of Advance and Simultaneous Stewardship Schools. Lunch will be served at 12:10 by women of the host church. Milton iirlster was admitted to Blylhevllle Hospital, because ol Injuries received In an accident In Luxora Monday. His condition Is reported to be satisfactory. Mrs, Gordon Rti&sell has returned to her home today after spending the week end with her aunt, Mrs. Max O. Usrey, and family. Mrs. A. R. Wctenkamp and daughter, Terry, of Memphis, are expected to arrive this week end to be the guests of her mother, Mrs. B. M. Terry. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Guerln of Roswcll, N. M., will arrive here tomorrow to be the guest of their daughter, Mrs. James Terry, Mr. Terry, and family, for several weeks, Mr. 'and Mrs, Jack Hale and family are expected to arrive home this week end after spending two weeks vacationing along the Florida coast. Spending several days vacationing in New Orleans and points along the Gull arc Mr. and Mrs Dale Brlggs. Dr. J. F. Erowufion arrived home this morning from JJubiiquc, la., where he attended the funeral of his sister, Miss Mary Brownson. Mrs. Paul Jobe has been rcmovct from the Blythevllle Hospital to her home. Mrs. R. M, Beck will he In Paducah, Ky., to visit her sister, Mrs. Sena Dismukcs, tomorrow. They will attend a meeting and banquet In Mayfield tomorrow evening. Mrs. W. N, Stanton has Just returned from an extended visit speni with her niece, Mrs. Robert F Smart, and family in Richmond, Va Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hollingsworth are the parents of a daughter born at the Blythevllle Hospital this morning. They have one other child, Cathy Lynn, who is four years old.' Mrs. Hollmgsworth was before her marriage Miss Louise Mulllns. , Christian Women Have Study Group Members of the study group of irlstlan Women's Pellow«hip of o First Christian Church held n eetlng at the AkanEas Chop Suey ottage Monday afternoon, when rs. C. A. Tant was hostess to the members attending. , Mrs. Byron Moore was co-hostess. rs. E. M. Terry woo In charge of e worship, "Are You Awake?" The 3ridge League Has Weekly Meeting It was announced last evening at the weekly meeting of members of Country Club League thai, Duplicate Bridge a masteri>oint game will be conducted at the club next Tuesday. Winners ol the five-table Howell movement, which was played last night, were Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, first place, Mrs. C. C. Councilte and,Mrs. Joe Pcr- jsuson, second, nnd Mrs. P. n. Faster and Mrs. n. P. Klrshncr In third place Y. M. Club Has Dinner Party Mrs. Paul Long entertained Ins night with a birthday party fo members of the Y, M. Blrthcln Club, when Mrs. Clyde Lutes wa the guest of honor. Mrs. Clyde O'Ncil and Mrs Durwood Bagwell were introduce' as ne\v members of the club. Dinner \vs\s served fiom Ihe din tng room table, overlaid with white linen cloth trimmed wit green, and centered with the bi day cake, which was iced in while with a wreath of sugared greener around the top. ; They spent the evening afte dinner in Informal enterlainmen Sorority Chapter Has Business Meet Film on Africa Shovvti at Meeting • Members of Ihe Wcsloyap Gvil! of the First Methodist Chlirch me w\th Mrs. Jim Lum last night fi a program led by Airs. Frank Hceb] who showed a film on Africa. After a dcvotirmal had been give liy Mrs. W. W. Peek, the hoste served refreshments. levotlonnl, nnd others on the pro- ;rnm were Mrs. Cara Pruttt. Mrs. Tom Smnllcy and Mrs. Faye Horner who led the dismissal prnyer. Valentine Colors Seen at Club Meet Red nnd white carnations suggestive of a -Valentine theme formed dainty centerpieces for quartette tables at the home of Mrs. E. M. TCcBenold yesteidny afternoon, when she entertained with a dessert bridge. Her guests Included the members of Tuesday Bridge Club. After the hostess had served dessert, course with coffee, guest were entertained by .playing bridge Winners were Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon first place, nnrl Mrs. Blley B. Jones ccond place ajid brldgo. occasion in n of cloen purple, with a matching cutnbcrbund. Her accessories were in black, and 25% REDUCTIONS S-A-V-E on Lamps, AnliquCvSj Copper Kerns, Pottery Place Settings and Pictures- Yes, \veVe offering 25% off on Ihese Hems. It's an opportunity for you lo buy a cUslinc- \ live gift al a big savings'. All items included h\ this sale are marked. Come in soon for besl selections in gifts thai are wonderful lo give , . . and to receive! Miss Polly Stewart entertained nembers of the Alpha Alpha Chnp- cr of Beta Sigma Phi at her home ast night nnd presided over the justness session. Mrs. Roy Klrk- sey wns co-hostess.* Roll call and minutes were given by Mrs. Roland Bishop, recording secretary, who later spoke on "The Art of Dress." Dessert and coffee were served. A pledge meeting was held fol- 'La Petite Club Plays Bridge Here Mrs.' Man O. Vtrey w«s hostess yesterday afternoon with a bridge meeting of members of the La Petite Club, at her home. Mrs. Gordon Russell of T^ogan Fort, La., who was Mrs. Usrey's houseguest, was a guest player of the club. Winners of the afternoon's bridge game were Mrs. Usrey, high score Refreshments were served during the afternoon. Executive Board Meets at Church icnlng prayer was given by Mrs. Mrs. Meal Oesell, second high and ussell Hayes. |Mrs. A. H. McManus, brldgo. Mr.s. George Barham gave the of- tory prayer. M&.V. C. Ellis Jr., rved ni program lender for the y. using as her subject, "Going round In Circles." which was taken om the book, "Americans on Sari," by Margaret Shannon. On the rogram. five stories were told by rs, Ben Harpolc, Mrs. Eric Whltloy. TS. Albert Taylor, Mrs. R, L. Dedan, and Mrs. Ellis. A book review. "Africians on Saf- rl," by Leslie Sayrc was given by 'rs. James Rainwater. Mrs. Ellis osed the program by giving a par}le from " Glowing Ember" by can P.frKenzie. A buslnes was conducted by Mrs. '. D. Cobb, In whlcli a nominating ommittee composed of Mrs. Froe- tn Robinson, Mrs. Rupert Craf- ri, Mrs. Albert Taylor, Mrs. John IcH-ney and Mrs. Rainwater was .ipointccl, Refreshments \vere ; £erv- d by the hostesses. \ Mrs. W. A. Dobyns presided In the absence of Mrs. Jesse M. White Monday at a meeting of the Executive Board of the First Presbyterian Church, when a devotional was given by Mrs. Q. W. Dlllahunty. In the business, plans were made for the Wednesday night church supper. Mrs. Agnes IJ. Richardson will be gucs speaker. It was announced the World Day of Prayer will be Feb. 20 at SI, Stephen's Episcopal Church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Harvey Kldd dismissed with prayer. >i-Town Club Has Luncheon Members of the Trl-Town Club r ere in Luxora yesterday to attend weekly meeting at the home of Irs. Gene Teaford, who entertained hm with a luncheon followed ~ by n afternoon of bridge. Guests Included Mrs. Sam lodges, Mfs. W. J. Edrlngton 'and ,lrs. I. D. Mcars. all of Osceola, md Mrs. Ben Harpole of Blythe- illfi. Lunch was served In the living oom at the small tables at which hey later played cards. Pink gladf- ili formed bouquets in the enter- Altai' Society Has Business Meeting Members of the Altar Society of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church met Monday afternoon in the school hall for a business session, wben Mrs, Margaret Isaacs spoke on Catholic Press Month. Mrs. Wayne Taylor spoke 01 "Paints of Madonnas." Refresh ments were served by the hostesses Mrs. Bob Lee Smith and Mrs. G. O Poetz. -lining rooms. Winners ' of the bridge games vhlch were conducted during the afternoon were Mrs. Harpole. high score for guests, Mrs. James C. Guard, high score for club, and Mrs. Russell H. Farr, second high for club. Baptist Circles Have Business Meetings Members of the Business Women 1 Circle of Trinity Baptist Churc met with Mrs. W. D. Henson Mon day night for a business eessloi when eight attended. Members of Circle One and T% met Monday afternoon for a bit c ineM and program meeting whe 13 attended. Mrs. c. E. Parks pre sided. Those on the program w e r Mrs. Bill Crocker. Mrs. Henna Ad air and Mrs. R. W. Woolen, BlylhevWc HtwptUi ilsmlssed: Shirley Snyder, city. ' Mrs. H. R. Ward, city. Annell Goldberg, Braggadocio. Walls Hospital ilsmissed: Mrs. William Carney, city. Mrs. W. B. Hobson, BurdetU. Mrs. lx>la French, city. Paul Gnnri, city. Clarence Gean, city. Mrs. Arnold Tyer, vlty. Mrs. Claudia Grear, cltj'. Prank Robertson, city. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:08 p.m. Admission Uc & ;i9c At All times \VED.-THURS. Double Feature _ tt»N . 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