The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1952 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 29, 1952
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLF. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1933 New* Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4-161 Sgt. Glen Hill Is Married In Tampa Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. William Ulech of Tampa, Fla., have announced the marriage of their daughter, Maria Anna, to Sgt. Glenn Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hill, which took place April 4 at 8 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran Church at Tampa. The Rev. George Hoyer performed the double-ring ceremony. Miss Fay Sehies and Cpl. Jim Bastlan were the couple's only attendants. The bride chose for her marriage, a navy blue gabardine suit with navy, white and red accessories. Her corsage was of red roses. Miss Sehies wore n navy and cold suit with navy and white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. Following the ceremony, a reception was hpld at the home of Lt. and Mrs. Robert Disher Mrs. Hilt is a graduate of Tampa's Romona Rural High School and was employed in the Santa Fe general offices. Sgt. Hill is a graduate of Blylhe- vilie Senior High School and is now serving with Ihc Air Force. The couple Is at home In Savannah, Ga., where he is stationed at Hunter Air Force Ease. MARRIED — J Miss Maria Ulccli of Tampa became!. tlie bride of Sgt. Glenn Hill in a double ring ceremony, it lias been 'announced by the bride's pnrents, Mr. find Mrs. Willinm Utech. Sgt. Hill is the son of Mr. Mini Mrs. Virgil Hill. The couple is at home iii Savannah, Ga. where Sgt. Hill is stationed. Freddie Garner Weds in Double Ring Ceremony In a double ring ceremony of quiet simplicity, M155 FrccJcJIc Louise Garner became the bride of Gene Pierce Sunday at 2 p.m. Mrs. Pierce is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Louis Garner. The groom Is the -son of L. E. Pierce, The Rev. David McPoake. officiated at Trinity Baptist Church on Lilly Street. The plnno wns topped with greenery in which were set two candelabra holding burning white cathedral topers, which were caught in larse white SAtin puffs. The door through which the bride nnd maid of honor entered was arched with Ivy covered lattice. Forming the setting for the wedding party were stately m-hite baskets filled with white tulips, white Iris, sprays of bridal wreath, and dogwood tied with Mrs. Carl Lay, pianist, and Miss Mary Lou Sawyers, vocalist, pra- •ented the mipttal music. Miss Sawyer's selections were "" »nd "I Love You Truly.' Mrs^ Lay plnyed "Remember" and other soft •selections while the guests arrived. I The traditional wedding march was used during the approach of the bride to the altar. MlM Sawyers wore a white linen two pi°ce dress which featured a altm s- f ,lft and bolero jacket. She wore a smalt hat of navy with navy accessories. Mrs. Lay wore a blue and white sheor with white accessories. Both were presented shoulder arrangements of red roses. Mtss Bohannon Is Maid of Honor Maid of honor nnd only feminine attendant was Miss Donna Bohannon who was dressed in a navy blue afternoon gown with slim skirt and scooped neckline. She wore f. small navy off-the-fsce hat. Other navy accessories completed her attire. Yellow rases were pinned at her shoulder. The bride chose for her mnrriape •n original model In pastel orchid. A skirt of impressed pleats was topped with a tiny bodice of pule print. Her short Jacket had brace• let length sleeves with fly back cuffs anrt rolled collars. She wore B matching hot with small brim, Her other accessories were In white and a single white orchid was pinned at her .shoulder. Gordon Pierce, brother of the proom was the best man. Mrs. Garner chose for daughter's weddinp an afternoon gown of navy blue with which she wore navy acrrsorics. She was presented yellow ro'e buds In a shoulder arrangement The couple is at home in Blyths- villc after a brirf Southern wed• riinq trin. Climsxinc prf-nuntinl event* was a dinner psrtv nnrt rehrnr.sal cm i Sa'i'rrtov nteht for thp families I and mrmbpvs of wrdrting party. R. C. Langs ton Takes Memphis Bride in Luxora OSCEOLA —Ml.« Dolly Goswirk daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Goswick of Memphis, became the hrlde of R. c. Lanpston in n quiet ceremony at the Langston home in Luxora Sunday morning. The Rev. H. L. Roblson, pastor of the Luxora Methodist Churdi. officiated In the presence ol Ihe Immediate families of the couple. Arrangements of calla lilies, while carnations nnci blue Dutch Iris were used throughout the living and dining rooms. • The bride wore a spring suit In navy wool with which she wore a whlio hnt.and pinned a white orch- fd at her shoulder. Following the informal ceremony the couple left /or Hot Springs for two weeks. Out-of-town guc.sLs were the parents of the hrlde and Mrs. Langston's sister. Mrs. Paul Pope of Memphis, and nephew, Herbert Pope. Birthday Party Given at Club Mrs. Colcman Stevens. Jr.. was hostess her to 50 n yesterday at the Woman's Club at a birthday party for Coleman Stevens,III. who was five years old. Twenty-five friends helped him celebrate. Each guest was presented baloons and favors. A spring pastel rotor scheme wns used In Ihe food and floral decoration. On the larse cake, was written. "Happy Birthday Stcvie." Individual cakes which were white with pink rosebuds on them, and strawberry ice cream was served to the guests. .Mrs. W. T. Rainwater assisted Mrs. Stevens. Roxanne Johnson Honored in Home Miss Roxanne .Tohnsnn, bride- elt-ct of Marvin Hali. was honored last ntaht in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Estes with Mi-ses Bobbie Estcs and Billy Jean Wc.stbrcok, hostess rfi. The table, from which party foods were served to the 18 Bites'-!, was overlaid with a lace cloth and was centered v.-|th a bridal doll. Candles burned on each end of the table. In games that were played by the group. Misses Elizabeth Lutes. Sue Stfinfielri were winners of prizes. Miss Johnson was dressed In a pale blue sunhack dress with matching stole. She was presented white cnniatlons for her shoulder. Mrs. Smith Johnson, the hon- orec's mother, was a special guest. Razorback Scene Of Dinner Party The Razerback wns Ihe scene of The Razorback was the scene of Ing (or the Past Matrons and Patrons last night. In a monthly business meeting. Mrs. Love Adams presided in (he aosencc of Mrs. Dan Blnclgett. Mrs. N. W. Kyle acted secretary in the absence o[ Mrs. Riley Sylvester. Follmving dinner, the group played rfijlL Hiph for the women was Mrs. -J. A, Saliba. and for men was Oils Eberdt. Rooko was won by Mrs Kyle. Latest In LarRe Sizes At the Hospitals BIytlievmp Hospital Di'-misseri: Mrs. S Q. R:w. City Mrs. R E, Freeman and babv, Etrr-lp Mrs. Bub CunnincViam and baby, City Lavana Kfpler. City Bobby Price. City" Henry Vu?h, Cooler. Trinity Circle Have Meeting in Homes Circles One nnd Two of Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Bap- list Church met In the homes ol Mrs. Clarence McDermott nnd Mrs H. H. Bnrnelt. Circle One met with Mrs. McDermott with nine members and 2 vis- ilors altending. Mrs. John Buchannon led the opening prayer and Mrs. Billy Wooten taught the lesson. Mrs. Frank Sawyers led the closing prayer. Circle TVo was entertained bv Mrs. Burnett who had also nine inrrnhe.r? in attendance. Mrs. David .lours led in the openinn praver with Mrs. Bill Crocker IcachitiK the Icvon. Mr 5 . Herman Adair led dls- tnissnl prayer. FollowiTia each meetius. the liosl- f < served refreshments in a social period following. 'Minaret Manor' Scene of Formal Tea; 250 Guests OSCEOIjA — "Minaret. Manor," Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrev,' 3. Florida, was Ihe scene of a formal lea Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 p.m. complimenting Mrs. Florida's niece. MI.-R June Day of Memphis. She Is ihe bride-elect of Lt. E. EIJIs. They will he married en May 19 in a garden wedding al the Florida home. Standing at the entrance with wicker baskets filled with pale yellow and pink carnations for each suest, were Miss June Rhodes. Miss Mary Elizabeth Ballenu, MUs Eve- Jyn Jean Pig<?, and Mi*. Jnmcs ris. They wore pastel formate and pinned single purple orchids at their shoulders, The tea table was overlaid in an imported Italian cloth which was centered with branched candelabra holding old-liishioned flowers made Into ncsegays. In the reception hall, where Mrs. George Florida received in a gown of black with white accents, and wearing an orchid, were .stately baskets of pink calla lilies and pink chrysanthemums. Mrs. Lloyd Godley mid Mrs. Da- vict Lnncy presided at the coffee and tea services. They were gowned in spring formal* and also pinned orchids at their shoulders. Mrs. Harold Ohlend'rf. Mrs. c. B. Driver, and Mrs. J. B. Strick- llng presided at the guest book. Mrs. Ohlendorf was wearing a gown in Iced coffee color with which she wore matching gloves. Mrs. Driver wore a brown and white formal in cotton lace and Mrs. Strlckling w..i _• an original mcdel in gray sheer. Each pinned a purple orchid at her shoulder. Greeting '••? guests with Miss Day. who chose a gown of sheer orchid, were her mother, Mrs. C. L. Day. Mrs. Florida and Mrs. Sam Williams. Each was attired In a paste! gown completing her ensemble with a shoulder corsage of purple orchids. Two hundred and fifty guests called during the afternoon. Wilson Commencement Exercises lo be May 1 J> Bits of News —. -__ , VAI.KIHCTORMN _ MlfS Jane Mcr.cndon. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a. A. McLendon of Luxora, has been named valedictorian o( the 10S2 graduating class of Luxora FliRh School. Sandra Saliba Has Party Sandra Kay Saliba. who was seven years old yesterday was entertained by Saliba, at children. her mother. Mrs. Eddie a birthday party for 30 . Games were played by the group in which Carlene Liy, Carolyn Kidd, and Jimmy Frounfeltcr were prize winners. The table from which the (-nests Mr. »nd Mrs. Elza Wheeler are in St. Louis on i business trip. Mrs. O. N. Forrest had as her guests Sunday, her sisters, Mrs. L. H. Pirtle, Mrs. Fred Thomas and family, and Mrs. C L Stewart, ill of Memphis. Mrs. Tommy Westbrook has had as her guest, Miss Ruth Pecple of Chicago who returned to her home yesterday. C. W. Glenn, 301 Lake, has been taken to the Baptist Hospital in Memphis where his condition is said to be improved. He is in Room 249. Mrs. Sidney Platt and daughter, D.irlene Felnberg. were in Columbia, Tenn., during the week end where they visited their son and brother, Manjey Felnberg. Miss Maureen Reisman, of Hughes, Ark met them in Memphis and accompanied Ihein to Columbia. Miss Carrie Cooke nf Memphis arrived yesterday morning to spend several days as guest of her ecus- ins, Mrs. Emma Nolen and Miss Elise Moore. Mis. James B. Clark has rcnirncd from Washington, D.C., whfre she attended the General Assembly of the National Society of Daughters of the American Colonists, tiie Daughters of Colonial Wars anrt the Continental Congress cf the Daughters of the American Revolution. damask cloth. Planking each end were served was overlaid with . nking were tall white tapers, while in the center stood a story book princess doll Instead of the traditional lanje cake with candles, she had seven small cakes with one candle WSCS Has Meeting; New Members Accepted A weekly meeting ol the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Lake Street BOUND FOR GERMANY—Mrs. Howard Origgs and her two sons will leave for G'ermany to join their husband and father tomorrow. Steven Thomas, 10 months old. who is on hi* mother's lap. was bom soon after Sgt. i/c Howard Griggs was sent overseas. He has never George and Mrs. J. A. Saliba. Di- Mrs. Tom Harris and Mrs. O. J. . . . . - recting games were Donna Sue Byrd and Mabelle Lunsford Baptist Circles Met In Members' Homes WILSON — Commencement cxer cLsos for the Wilson Public School sixth grade will be held May 13 li the high school auditorium. Sixty- three pupils will receive certificates of promotion, •Trie sleeping Bcauiv." an oper-i M "' RUM 1 n , Marr with pupils will receive certificates of 11"" 1 °n<= visitor present. ._....__.. etta. will be presented The cast Moore opened the meeting with a includes Clay Buchanan, Sandra pl ' nycr ' The lcsson was 'aught by McAfee. Patricia Woodyard Billy' 1 " 1 ' 5 ' VT - "'• Berryman and was Wayne Wiley. Donna Lynch, Lois P ra . ver '»' Mrs. J. W. Rayder. Jean Leftwich, Wayne Hodge, Lee Ils - T °J" Jl >ck.«>n, was hostess to Hastings. Annette Seven Circles of the Women's Missionary Unlcn of the First Baptist Church met yesterday in private homes. Circle One met In the home, of j Mrs. Russell Marr with 12 members Leslie ten members and one visitor of Circle Two in her hcme yesterday. Dobson, Dorothy Hobbins, Mamie Warren, Delores Jolin- hon, Donna Miller, Ida Lawrence, Dolly West, Alice Edrington, Linda Swindle, Helen Keen, Josephine Butler and Betty Wadclell, Pearl Jones. Jessie Taylor, Betty l.on Williams, Sudle Cecil, Alvin Edrins- ton. . Betty Ethridge. Tommy McMa'h. Donnie Comstock. Bobby James, Mary Milloway, Robert Garner. Pntsy Quails. Billy Brown, Barbara MarUndate, William Casey, Mary Young. BUI Rhodes, Margie Derrick, F i L3 i Robert Earl Waddell. Olynria Mart- Mrs. C. 'w. Aff'lick. Mrs Cordelia inrtnle. Ottis Griffin, l,iles Vcsa.! Wiihlte led opening prayer and Mrs. Dale Smith, Mattle Lewis, Bobby - — Floyd, Bonnie Comstock, Bobby Hodge, Evelyn Chamberlain, James Prayer opened the meeting and was lead by Mrs. E. C. Brown, who also led the dismissing prayer. Mrs Charles Lemon taught the lesson. Mrs. Kendall Berry entertained Circle Three with II members and one new member present. Mrs. Charles Evans led the opening prayer nnd Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon taught the lesson. The group wns dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Hoyt Brown, Six members of Circle Four were present yesterday at the home ol R. G. Cash led closing prayer. Mrs. Affiick was in charge of the lesson. Garner. Louella Smith. Dear! Stone. Circle Five with 11 members" and Carolyn CovinRton. Jerry Vauchn, one visitor present. Those leading Rebecca Caraway, Edward Ford, prayer or on program were Mrs. B. Mary Ruth Williams. Bobby Tra- •-* «--':— " " -• ~ — •-- —-> num, Pegey Quails, Hershnl Morton, Carolyn Mullins. Ronnie Cot- . . . . Rogers were accepted as new members. Mrs. George Stllwell led openin<; prayer. After reports from various committeemen and officers had been given. Mrs. Allen Vanwinkle gave a devotional which was entitled. "The Fruits of the Spirit." Mrs. J. W. Woollims cave a talk on "The World's Outlook of Methodist Mobile Unit in the Philippine-;." During a social hour which followed. handkerchiefs were showered on Mrs. stllwe.ll. who Is movine away. The hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Genrae Shanks. Mrs. Joe Strickland, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. C. T. members of Circle Seven at her home. Mrs. Theadore Locan led in prayer and Mrs. Ted King taught the lesson. Following each of these lessons, the hostesses served refreshments during the customary social hour. Chamlin and Mrs. King, who served a sandwich plate and iced drinks. The meeting was adjourned with prayer. Coming Events Tuesday Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist Church of Gosnell meets at the church at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Ladies Day at Country Club, for 1 p.m. luncheon followed by bridge and canasta. Mrs. Cornelius Mcdinser is hostess to Town and County club. Thursday Euzelian Class of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. W. W Mitchell ai 1320 Chickasawba. Mid-Week Club meets at the home of Mrs. W. L. Homer. Mrs. Melvin Halsell hostess to LaN'tieve. Thursday Club meets at ths Country Club. Mrs. F. B. Joyner entertains Thursday Contract. Thursday Rook club entertained by Mrs. Neville Blakemore. Blytheville Duplicate • Le a j u 8 meets. Kibitzer Club meets at the home of Mrs. Charles Afllick. Friday Chapter "N" of PEO meets with Mrs. C. M. Smart at 2 p.m. Sunday j Zrla Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma entertains retired teachers of Mississippi County and future teachers of the County in the home of Mrs. Otis Sheppard from 2 'til 4 p.m. Read Courier News Classified Ads. C. McNiece. Mrs. H. H. Brooks arid Mrs. Claude Roland. ntr. Barbara Trimm, Mickey Cis- CirclR Six ™ 5 , elltertalni:d by i se il I Mrs. Worth Hcldcr In her hom« on ! ' Mrs. J. D. Robert, and G. K Atlalr ! Kentucky Street with 12 members: class sponsors, are directing . ho i and two visitors. Teaching the lei-j operetta. j * on urls Mrs. Charles Newcomb. j '_ I Mrs, E. B. Woodson and Mrs. C. L. I McWaters, Sr. led prayers. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Mrs.- Joe Waddy entertained 131 Read Courier News Classified Ads Luxora HD Club Has Meets in Hanna Home LUXORA — The Luxora Home Demonstration Club met Thursday afternoon al the home o! Mrs W. L. Hanna, with 11 members prefer.;. Mrs. Hanna pave the devotional nnd Mrs. Hattie Permenter presented her crocheted dolls as an nye opener, and Mrs. Collen McNc'w gave a demonstration on recipe books. Plans were discussed Jor the spring council mcetinp to be h?ld nt Ltixora Baptist Church April 29 with Luxora Club host. Boor prize was won by Mrs p c r- menter. Mrs J. L. Flan.isnn won the game prize. Refreshment,", were «rvrt by tfie hostcw. ^_MJ By Sue Burnett Here is a braii'lfuHy slylrrt frock tnr tonrral slimmer war. and K> fl.itlerme to the fhchtly larger fisure. The KIM. collar b edged with dainty emhioidorcd Mifflo. slccscs | are cool and comfortable. Pattern No. 8823 is r, t e\v-rite prr- poMted pat'rrn in sizes 56. 38. 40. ] M. 44. «. 48, 50, 62. Siws 33, 4 7 . I yards of 39-inch. | For this pattern, send 3Sc in i COINS, your name. flcir!re<.s. si^e Desired, and the PATFERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier Xe«s 1375 Qulncy Street. Chicano 6. Ill Gcntl 25 crnls today (or your crpy of Basic FASHION '52. It. shows you how to make your wardrobe no double dutv with economical, tinir- tavlng styles. Gift pattern primed | Inside, is cents. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission !)c & 30c At All Times TI;I-:S.-WKO. TAT. NITES 2 For Price of 1 You Will Find the You Want at Kelley's ^ I A durable, but neat adjustable strap shoe O Red Beige White KELLEY'S "Your Friendly Shoe Store" 219 West Jlain j n Bhlhcville LAST . JOYCE HOLlfEN -CHARLES DRAKE - * Also Selected Short Subjects flam Ritz Guests Mr. & Mrs. Hilly Meharg Mr. & Mrs. W. X. 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