The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 22, 1952
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PAGE FOUH BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mrs. Sperdon A. Kahalley Amelia Saliba Exchanges Vows' In Doable king Cermony Here In a ceremony solemnized yesterday momiiiK at 10:30 at the Immaculate Conception Church, Miss Amelia Saliba, daughter of Mrs. Z. R. Saliba and the Into Mr. Paiii'ia of this city becjime the bride of Sperdon A. Knhalley of Mobile, Ala., son of Mr. iind Mrs. A. M. Knlutllny of Alobilc. The Rev. Father Amos Eiulei-lin officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives of the couple. As the guests arrived, a program of nuptial music was presented by Larry T. Mooro, organist, and Knleel Zoghby of Frlchard, Ala., vocalist. Mr. Zoghby's selections Included "Salve Reginn," "Avo Maria" and "The Lord's Prayer." Mr. Moore played "Cum Sanctum," "Aria" from Rinaldo by Handel and "The Prayer" during the ceremony. Casting a soft glow In Ihe church were the burning white nisle candles on which white gladioli were tied with puffs of white satin ribbons. Forming the setting for tile wedding party were the floor baskets filled with white gladioli and tied with large white satin bows. Stately white.'candles burning In branched candelabra were placed at each end of the communion rail. Preceding the bride up the aisle, which was covered with white satin, were Ihe feminine attendants. Miss Rosa Saliba, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, with Mrs. George Pretty Color Contrast By Sue Burnett Favorite of the fca.-on—the llg- ure-molriing sundress that features the popular halter neckline. A contrsstiiif fabric is used for cre.'s trim and brief, cover-up bolero. Paliern No. 8713 i.= a s,ew-rlte perforated pattern In size.' 10, 12 H 16. 18. 511. Size 12. <lrei 5 . 3'i yards of 33-mch; bolero. 1 yard. For this pattern, wr.d 30c in COIN'S, your tin me. adrirrFs size dc.-irpcl and the PATTERN NUMBER !o Sue Burnett, Courier News. 375 Qiiincy St.. chicajo 6. 111. Cr-nd 25 cents tcday for your copy Of Basic FASHtON o2. It shows yovi tio\v to make your wardrobe rio cbuble duly with eror.'Mnlral, timesaving styles'. Ctilt pattern primed irxside. 25 cents. K. Sims of Island Heights. N. J., also a sister, serving ns matron ol honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Jim- mlc Klttnny, sister of Ihe bride, nnd Miss Dolores Knhalley of Mobile, sisler of (he groom. They wore Identical gowns of Pdncesso lace nnd net in champagne color. The bodice of tare wns lopped by n tiny round collnreri cnpe of lace nnd hart nn empire wnlstllne. Deep pcpliliiis of lace overlnld the doubled not- skirts which were noised over Inffetn and crinoline. The gowns were completed by tiny Incc shell hats and match- Ing gauntlets. They cnrrlcci crescent, bouquets of Better Times tulips with the mnld of honor's bouquet being of fuchin tulips outlined in Invenrter. The crescent foil from n cluster of opened tulips set in hoops of npple green -sntln. The tulips were backed with satin leaves of tho same color. Flower girl was Norma Jenu Klt- tany, niece of the bride and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmtc Kittany. Her gown was or champagne net over taffeta. The tiny boritce featured the drop shoulder effect with the full skirt being gathered. She carrier] n flower girl basket of orchid French mallne ruflles tierl with deeper orchid satin rosettes nnd filled with rose petals. She wore n cluster of red rosebuds In Ihe back of her hair. Tho bride, given In marriage by her brother. Mitchell Saliba o( Charleston, Mo, was gowned in an imported original model of Rose Point lace nnd satin In pale candlelight shade. The lace bodice wns fashioned with a high round neckline and tapered tn a deep basque. The lone; fitted sleeves ended in petal points over the hands. The full Bothered eatln noised on crinoline was covered with a pointed ovmklrt of lace and extended into a full Cathedral train. She wore a pearl embroidered head encircling crown from which cascaded her fingertip veil of Imported silk Illusion, fihe carried a bouquet of white bridal roses and valley lilies centered with a pure white orchid. Her bouquet was outlined and Interspersed with whit* velvet leaves. In the cascade was the velvet, tub- Ing with the only greenery being the natural valley foliage. Michael Kahalley of Mobile, served hte brother as best man, Groomsmen were Emlle Naman and Joe Pierce of Mobile and Richard Saliba of Charleston, Mo. Joe Ka- hnlley of Mobile nnd Jimmy Klt- lany served as ushers. Mrs. Saliba, mother of the bride chaw for her daughter's wedding a navy blue- sheer with tiny rhtne- stone buttons nnd matching accessories. Mrs. Kahalley, mother of the groom was gowned in a navy blue chiffon trimmed with pale pink and she wore matching accessories. Each pinned a corsage at pinlc Cymbldlum orchids at her shoulder. Following the ceremony. Mrs. Saliba entertained with a brunch at the Rustic Inn frjr members of the wedding party, families of the couple and out of town guests. Centerpieces for the tables were oblong arrangements of white pom poms and white snapdragons Interspersed with huckleberry and plumofiis. The couple received at a reception held at eight o'clock In the evening at the Hole] Noble. The, bride chose a gown of white net and lace and wore the orchid from her bridal bouquet. Her only ornament was a strand of pearls, a gilt from the groom. The bride's table was overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with a three tiered all white wedding cake topped with the traditional miniature bride and groom before three opened white bells filled with tiny white flowers. The cake wn.s outlined at the base wttV fern fronds and studded at Intervals with white carnations. At eacr end of the table were the crysta punch bowls which were cnclrcler with lacy fern. Adeline to the Getting were the silver candelabra holding burning while tapers which I cast a soft glowwver the bridal ta ble. Mrs. Richard Saliba of Charleston. Mo, MlM Melvlna Kahalley o Mobile and Miss Adebe Saliba presided at the Inble. Miss Kahalley and Miss Saliba wore corsages o red rosebuds with Mrs. Saliba wearing gardenias. Music for danc Ing was presented by Bill Crass anr his orchestra of Cape Girardcau Mrs. Edward Emrlr-h of Olive Branch. Miss, presided at thi bride's book. Her frock was com plcmcntcd with a corsage of red rosebuds. Following the reception the coil pie left on a wedding trip before re, turning to Mobile where they wil be at hom_e,,nt 2560 Old Shell Road For traveUt)S:t-he bride chose a Pan Sach original navy blue faille red ingote enscmnto with which shi wore a white sheer blonr-c. Her nc cossorles were of navy and white and she pinned a white orchid a her shoulder. Out of town guests were from Mobile. Ala, Prichard, Ala.. Ba Mlnetle, Ala,, Cnlro, III, Osceoln Lnxora, Joiner, Steele. Mo. Mem ph!s Tenn, Olive Branch, Miss Toledo, Ohio, Cleveland, Miss, En terpriee, Ala, pring Piano Recital o Be Given at Wilson WIISON — Miss Martha Ann tuart will present her pupils In a prlng piano recital May I in the chool auditorium beginning at 7:30 Pupils who will participate arc arol* Whltaker. Carolyn Cotner, Ester and Geralrlme Bufkis. Jean nd Patsy Greenwell, Lois Jean ^ftwlch, Mike Wilson. Bruce Chiles. Jenny Wren. Patty Oer- nany, Mary Jo Oden, Trey Dentfln, atrlcia and John Woodyard, Sally Jcnlon, Polly Deer. Janet Ruth lale. Richard Pratt and Dooney Jhlhorn. (arbro WSCS Meets; Officers Are Elected At a meeting ot the Yarbro Woen's Society of Christian Service n the home of Mrs. Walter Barnes as(. right, officers for the coming ear were elected. The meeting was opened with roup singing which was followed y a devotional and prayer by Mrs. Denny Hammond. Chapters three nd four of "The Family of Chrls- an Concern" were studied anrt ills- ussed by Mrs, Johnny Johnson and Irs. Glen Bunch. During the business session, the ollowing officers were elected: Mrs. Glen Bunch, president; Mrs. ohnny Johnson, vice president- Jrs. Paul Abbott, promotion secre- ary; Mrs. Gene McGulre. record- 1K secretary; and Mrs Henry Polard, treasurer. Mrs. Milton Bunch, hlrstlan education; Mrs. Denny tammond, spiritual life; Mrs. Charey Krutz, student work; Mrs. lalley Tnrpley, youth work; Miss Mice Marie Ross, children's work; Irs. Calvin Hollincsworth, chris- ian social relallon: Mrs. Neda iuncli, literature and publications; Mrs. Roney Lambert, supply; and Mrs. Rudolph Lambert, status of women. Two guests were at the meeting. >lrs. T. T. Campbell, and Mrs. Jimmy Baiighman. Following the close of the mcet- ne, the hostess served refreshments. Tulips nud pansles were ised throughout the house. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission !)c & 30c At All Times 'ITES.-WED. Pal Xites 2 For Price of One Mrs. M. S. Yates Is Hostess To Auxiliary Mrs. At. S. Yntes was hostess I her home yesterday to the Worn m r:^-; . J LORETTHOUNG &&£ Cartoon & Comedy Buckles in Triplicate Style 3130 A new and novel accent to summer's favorite sandals . . . gleaming buckles cnfching a trio of (win straps all to one side, t'nncake-flat sole, lots of breeze -way. M'hite leather. Only 2.98 Kelley's Your Friendly Shoe Start Blylheville, Aik. TUESDAY, APRII/ 29, }W1 Bits of News PC erAonal Mrs. B. il. White is spending the week In Chlca?o with her husband, v,'ho Is employed there. She will also visit Mrs. James Clouse In Rankin, II. Airman Charles Kenneth Coleman, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Coleman, is spending his furlough at home before reporting May 6 to plttsUi-gh, Calif., for overseas assignment. Mrs. Belle Wood had as her guests Saturday, Mrs. Walter Holly of Corter. and her daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Smith of Steele. Mr. and MIS. Joe Alexander, Jr. and daughter, Miss Mary Van have as their suest-s Mrs. Brooks Oim- mcti. from Miami. Fla, Fred Hayes Flint, Mich, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hayes, who have recently moved from Missouri. John Graham Sudbury, son of udpe and Mrs. Graham SMdbury, has been Initiated Into the Uni- vrrMty of Arkansas chapter of Al- phn Phi Omega, national (service fraternity. Mr. nnd Mrs. WlUon Forrest of Memphis arrived Sunday nieht for a fc'.v dnvs visit with Mr. Forrest's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. N. Forrest, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Burchard of Bnkjrsville, Calif., visited Mrs. Burchard's brother, n. N. Forrest, am! family and C, W, Forrest and family Irs.t week. They were also quests of her sister, I.Irs, C. C. Hortfie, ami family. Staff S7t. and Mrs. Charles F. Hart and daughter, Charlyn. of Ei- i?ln Airfield, Fin., were guests of Mrs. Hart's mother, Mrs. J. E, McFall. C A Tant has been taken back to the Methodist Hospital In Memphis where his condition is reported a? serious. Dr, and Mrs. Sloan Rainwater and children. Judy and Paul, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rainwater, Circles of Calvary Meet in Homes Circles of Calvary Baptist Church met last nljht in home*. Circle Two met in the horns of Mrs. B. D. McGhee in Promised Land with two visitors present, Mrs. Bob Stovau, and Mrs. Josle Yarbro. Mrs. Leola Montgomery was a new member. To open the program, the group sang, which was followed by business session. Mrs. Neal Garrigan was In charge of program. Mrs. Agnes Boyd gave the devotional and others participating on program were Mrs. Hazel Presnell and Mrs. Dan-ell Lunsford. Closing prayer was by Mrs. W. E Roades. The home of Mrs. Mervin Glllis was the scene for the meeting of Circle Five. Prayer by Mrs. T. C. Hopper opened the meeting with Mrs. Bill Hardln In charge of the program. Mrs. Jack Vowell presented the devotional. Mrs. Newt snort entertained Circle Six with 13 members and one visitor present. Mrs. Jimmy Williams. Mrs. Larry Byrum was in charge of the program. Opening prayer was said by Mrs. C. W. West and devotional was given by Mrs. Tom Smalley, who also said the closing prayer. Social hours followed the meetings. VIrs. Jonlz Hostess; WSCS Election Held Circle Seven of Hie Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church met last night In he home of Mrs. W. M. Jontz with Mrs. Orlle Parker as co-hostess. Officers for the coming year were elected. Mrs. Blan Hcnth presided over the business In which the following officers were elected; Mrs. Dick *V~atson, chairman; Mrs. Johnson slackwell. vice chclrman; Mrs. Joe Davis, secretary; Mrs. James Roj- ers, treasurer. Plans were discussed 'or th« May Breakfast. One new mertibcr joined, the ?roup last night. Mrs. Kelly Welch. Thirteen members were present. Mrs. Harold Wood led the. program which was a continuation of the study of the be-ok of Acts. A social hour followed. In which the hostesses served refreshments. Circle One and Two Tie For Honors Yesterday an's Auxiliary of St. Stephens Church. Mrs. Louis Hubener eave the devotional and Mrs. C. S. Cockle presented the program 'Missions To America." After the meeting, a social hour was held with the hostess, serving refreshments. Report.- on the Prcsbytcrial were £lvcn by Mrs. RCKS Stevens who was a. delegate. Mrs. Roy Walton also was a delegate. After a brief business session, the meeting was closed with prayer. Dr. Harvey Kidd presented a program on Martin Luther. , Following the- program, the hostesses served refreshments from a table overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with spring blooms. Mrs. Ambrose, Mrs, Davis Hostesses to Guild . Wesleyan -Guild of the First Methodist Church met. in the home of Mrs. E. O. Ambrose last night with Mrs. Harreli Davis as co-hostess. Mrs. Vance Henderson presented the devotional and a short business I meeting followed. I Games were played and refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. B. A. Berryman was a new member. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Virginia Northern, City. Johnny Campbell, Cootc-r, Mo Walls Hospital Dismissed: Wayne Lucius, City. Crandall Klnningham, City. Alton Dunavant, City. Coming Events Wednesday The Lange PTA will" meet in regular session at the school at 3 p.m. The session will be preceded by a meeting of the executive board at 2:30 p.m. Garden Club will meet at 2:30 p.m. at Woman's Club for discussion on Dorothy Eiddle lectures. Chapter "D" of PEG will meet with Mrs. Bob Kirshner for I p.m. luncheon.. Semi-Canasta Club's hostess will be Mrs. Douglas Deen. Mrs. Louis Henderson Is hostes 1 to CIB. Town and Country Club will be entertained by Mrs. Loy Welch. Deltonlan Chapter o'f Delphian Society has an 11 a. m. meeting at Hotel Noble followed by I p, m FOR THE BUY OF YOUR LIFE- See Us About OVERHAULING YOUR ENGINE Blytheville Motor Co. Phone 4422 Read Courier News Classified 'Ads. TODAY ONLYI HITLER SLAIN IN LOVE NEST/' msl TIJT-U • *l Wl to *HU«I L <W*£1 Also Shorts: "Laughs From the Past" & "Sony's of the Campus" Riti Guests to See 'the Masic Face' Mr. K Mrs. Travis Dccn Mr. & Mrs. A. F. Dietrich WED.-THURS.-FRI. 3 BIG DAYS! . •—™«i-tii'« A t*t.~^-ji; 1 r j-\«JH Also Cnvloon & Xovclly Heel Ritx Guests Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Peeler & Family Mr. £ Mrs. J. L. Kinj; X Faniily ;uneh*on. Wednesdsy Club will be tnter- talned by Mrs. O. o. Poeti. Thursday Alpha pelta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at 7:30 p.m. at Rustic Inn for canasta party. Mrs. J. N. Smothermon will be host***. LaNueve Is to meet with Mrs. N. G, Jerome. Mrs, Harry W. Halnes Is hostess to the Mid-Week Bridge Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets at the Country Club. Mrs. H. Humphrey will entertain the Thur*J»y Contrte* Otuh. Mrt. EU(«o* Brown Thursday Rook Club. Mfmtxrt ol Xlbltlwr vW at the home of Mr*. Johnny hectaw t* Alphi DelU Chipter el Bi ma Phi will hold it« ritual ot ceremony it the horn* ot Mn. Watson, lOg'N.E. Pirkny, «* tonight. Mrs. Benny Grime* it Friday C*nuU Club. Diek T.M he***** t* Folger*s Coffee Flavor People Like Best! MOUNTAIN GROWN So Extra Rich in Flavor You Are Urged to 77ZF USING */4 LESS than with Lesser Flavored Brands Avertable fo Regular, DrJp or fin* Grind,..m fto* Lib. and 2-lt.Cai PLANTING SEED SOYBEAN SEED $4 COTTON SEED We have Ogden and Dortch No. 2 Cleaned and Sacked. Ready for immediate delivery. 00 PER BUSHEL Empire Cotton Seed, first year from breeder. Discounts on large lots. 50 PER HUNDRED RED TOP GIN CO. N. Highway 61 Phone 3756 BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD 1210 MAIN STREET LITTLE HOCK. ARKANSAS Enrollment now open to re6i APRIL 15-30 For two weeks only Arkansas residents under 65 years erf ige may join Blue Cross-Blue Shield Non-Croup Membership regardl*** of employment status. Individual and family-type memberships are Farmers may join through their County Farm Bureau group during this enrollment period. Employed persons may also join in this state-wide non-group enrollment, or through their place of employment. (Please give name employer OM coupon) . P 0 L I'O EXTRA BENEFITS «p la $5,000, la lake care of Polia rmd nine other critical «nW roo% itUeue*. Ma) 1 be added to your Rlur Cro«<-BU« ShieU protoerioit ARKANSAS DOCTORS .nd HOSPITALS — Join Together to Serve the, People of Arkansas — BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD 1211 MAIN STXEET, LITTLE HOCK, AKK. if« of fitri $5,000.00 ievr Hospital-Surgical POLIO PKOTICTION. CN-1 Employer Oty FAYtOU. CROUP D INDIVIDUAL FAMILY Q

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