The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1950 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1050 Jane. Shelton. Society Editoi BLYTHEVTLI.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS JHome Ceremony ^Unites Mrs. Wildy, Edwin C. Page OECEOLA, Ark., D«c. 21—Mrs. Dixie Lee Wildy was married Dec. 18 U> Edwin Courtney Page of Memphis In a ceremony performed at 4 p.m.' at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ernest Wilson before Immediate friends and relatives. The bride Ls the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Earl Qulnn or Osceola, the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewltt Talmadge Page of Memphis. Th« Rev. Percy Herring, minister of the First Baptist Church; offi- Icated at the 4 p.m. ceremony. The bridal party descended from the stairway to an archway fashioned of cathedral tapers and entwined with southern smilax for the nuptial exchange. Centering and flanking the arch were poin- sctlia blossoms Lied in red satin. The stairway down which the wedding party made its way was also entwined in smilax. i^^- Sue Qumn Wilson, niece of the ' bride, presented the nuptial music program. She was dressed in a ballerina length gown fashioned of pink net and trimmed in rows of ruffles. She wore tinted blue carnations. Candlclighler, Bctte Lynn Speck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Speck, was dressed In aqua nylon net. A ballerina length gown of Alice Blue chantilly lace was selected by the bride for her marriage. She was given in marriage by Mr. Wilson. The sweetheart neckline completed the elongated torseo gathered onto the full skirt. Hr small blue lace hat was appUqued in ostrich plums and she wore formal gloves of identical lace. She carried a colonial bouquet of white orchids combined with gardenias and lily of the valley. Dressed In Yellow Attending her sister as matron of honor and only feminine attendant was Mrs. Charles Robinson of Keiscr. Her gown was identical to that of the bride's and was fashioned of pale yellow nylon marquisette. Her plumed hat _was of matching marquisette. She" carried Mr. anil Mrs. Edwin Courtney 1'uge with navy blue accessories. +. Mr. and Mrs. Page will be at home in Memphis where the group is attending the University of Tennessee medical school. the set roses. Leigh Wildy. daughter of ... bride, attended her mother as flow- •er girl. She wore a gown identical to that of the bride, completed (.with a small lace polk bonnet, Mr. Page served his; son as best man. Immediately, following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Metvin Speck entertained with a reception for the 'wedding guests. Musical Tea Presents Piano Students' Work Ninety-six mothers ana friends ctle Cobb, Sally jo King, Sally McCutchen. Neilia Woods. Hurry Taylor. Jimmic Lee Moore, sherry Sparks, patty Scott. Don Coleman Bobbie jo Alley, Rhonda Eaton Millie Ann Mnliory. Linda Lou Vowcll, Amy Crook. Kay Hindman Lynn vowel], Ruth Elalc and j o Alice McGuirc, Mary Alice McWat- crs^Mabel Crook, LaNeal Sudbury From cooler. MO., was Dalma nnd Betty Lou will Sunday for Poplar BHift to the Yule guests of Mr. and Mrs, Tom Clouse, parents of Mr. Clause. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and son have as their Christmas sucst their son and brother, J. Cecil Lowe Jr., who is attending Washington University, St. Louis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Brown returned yesterday from Clarksdalc, Miss,, where they had spent the pnsl five weeks following Mr. Brown's injuries in nu auto accident at Tunica. He was r. patlcKt In a c:r,vks- dale hospital. His condition is reported as satisfactory, but lie will continue medical treatment in Blythcville. Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Lauinnn and son, Jimmy, will arrive Saturday from their home In Biloxi, Miss., to be the holiday guests of Mrs Lnuman's parents, Mr. and Mrs, C. ModiiiHcr and other relatives. Bobby Peterson arrived last night from the University of Arkansas, Piiyctteville, to be (he Yule guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Peterson. Mrs. W. J. Cupples is reported in a satisfactory condition at Memphis Methodist Hospital following surgery. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lloyd Thomtis announce the birth of a daughter, Karen Jean, Dec. 15 ut Walls Hospital. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Pearson will leave Saturday afternoon for Hu- pora, Miss., to Join In holiday festivities with relatives. En route home they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Jordon of Memphis Miss Kalherine Martin arrived lust night from the University of Arkansas. Payettevillc, to spend the holidays with her parents ,Mr and Mrs. S. P. Martin, Jr. Leaving Saturday morning for' Shelbyville. Term., will be Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune and family to spend the holidays with Mrs. Tune's parents, Mi-, and Mrs. C. C. Smith and Mr. Tune's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Normun Stone and rurally of claikdnle will arrive Sunday morning to visit during the holidays with Mr. Stone's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. H. stone and family. Mr. end Mrs. Douglas Been announce the birth of Ihcir second child, a son, yesterday at Walls Hospital. He has been named Ml- chaej Keith. Their oilier son, Danny Douglas, Is two years old. Ret. Cornelius E. Koblson of Ely- Ihcvllle has been assigned !o the 5th Armored "Victory" Division which was recently reactivated at Camp ChafTee, Ark. Arriving this afternoon from St. Mary's in Little Rock is Margaret Lou Nelson who will be the holiday guest of her mother, Mrs, Mary ICalherlne Nelson. Nancy Cupples is spending the holiday week in Trenton, Term., with her grandparents. Mr. arid Mrs. John Bonds. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry have as their Yulclldc guest their son, Jim, who Is a sludcnt nt (lie University villc. Mr. and Mr*. Ed Townscnd ar- Reid, Larry Reid and Ronnie Wngs- ter ; from Holland, Sammy Workman Specialities consisted of duels, trios and quartettes at the piano. . Potted poinsettias were set about the horned • A lace cloth overlaid the table on which the bride's cake was placed. Gardenias set in maline puffs surrounded the base. Tall tapers burned in silver candelabra. Mrs. Wilson was gowned In a costume of champagne chantilly lace edged in deep brown made with an off-the-shoiilder effect and fitted bodice. She wore yellow orchids. , Mother of the groom, Mrs. Page, ' selected a brown crepe and gold lame ensemble worn with brown and green orchids. For traveling to New Orleans on a wedding trip, Mrs. Page changed an original suit of gray trimmed in red and white and worn las interspersed with fall yellow j tedary aft( , rnoon al thc j CecU Lowe home from 1:45 to 5:30 p.m. Decorations of the large room in which the guests were received was a Inrge lighted Yule tree, with , H the mantel 'of room holding a small j S/ candelabra, banked by magnolia! j} leaves studded by bright tinsel! y balls. A large mirror reflected the i ^ study. A manager scene was erected in the music room while the archway lending to the entertaining room was looped in Christmas cords. A lace cloth overlaid the refreshment table from which party foods and punch were served throughout the afternoon. A silver plaque held the gay centerpiece of a tiny Santa Clans and Yule tree. Alternating at the table were LaNeal Sudbury, Sherry Sparks, Bobbie Jo Alley, Ktiy Hindman, Millie Ann Mallory. Ruth Hate, Jancie Johnson, and Patty Scott. Students presenting musical numbers throughout the afternoon were Vickie Mitchell. Julie Mitchell, Kay Shearin. Ethel Jean Wyatt, Sharon Razer, Sandra Moore, Mary Jane Scyrnore, Mary Elizabeth Abbott, Steve McGuire. Lydia Jo Sudbury, Sandra yates. Judy Regan, Jerry Lowe, Kay Mitchel, Jane Bartholomew, Don Copcland, Jean- U THE WATCH YOU'RE WEARING Is Worth $ CONSIDER COLOUR CAREFULLY Colour, in diamonds, h one of four (actors affecting, price. 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Tex,, lo be the holiday guests of Mrs. Townsend's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Damon. Mis. !>e;ul Hires left today for Unldn City, Tenn., to be the holiday gue.sl of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Dunn nnd family. Mrs. Hires will remain lor several weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Palton of Jonesboro announce the birlh of R sou Thursday morning, Dec. 14, In St. Bernard's Hospital. He is their first child nnd has been named David Alton. Mrs. Patton Is the former Miss Bettye Poster, dnugh- PVjstcr of Blythe- ter of Mrs. Ed villc. Mrs. c. p. Bhikemoie and two children, Sara and Cnrroll left this morning for Covlngton, Tcnn., where they were called due to the death of Mrs. Blnkcmorc's brother- in-law. W. C. Simonton. Funeral services for Mr. Simonton will be conducted Friday. Guests Attend WSCS Event Mrs. E W. Nolen. Mrs. Bill Ker- ncr and Mrs. Tom Hicks were guesl-s Monday night with the 41 members of the Dell Woman's Society of Christian Service who met at the church for the annual Yule celebration. Mrs. Sain Simmons and Mrs. O. W. Campbell wpre hostesses to the Society and guests. A lighted Christmas tree was set up In the entertaining room In which Hie evening was spent in games and Informal entertainment Mrs. Noble Gill conducted the evening's games with prtes being awarded Mrs. E. M. Woodward and Mrs. Mnvis SoUlemtrc. The lincn-liiid table from which party foods were served was centered with a low crystal bowl hold- l"g red and white snapdragon. Burning tapers In Christmas hues stood at cither side. Mrs. Lamarr Wilbotirn presided at the coffee service. Following th« society's exchange of gifts'from under the lighted tree, the group presented the president. Mrs. Mavli Settlemire, with a gift, A brldc-ln-ne, Miss Rebecca Hood, was presented with silver In her chosen pattern and Mrs. Leroy Brnwnlcc, who is leaving soon for I.uxora to make her home, waa also presented a gift. AT TIIF, HOSPITALS Illytheville Hospital Dismissed: Worth Necly, City. Jerry Brown, Cooter. Walls Hospital Baby Graham, Stecle. Mrs. Milton Laugley, City. -Gifts Under $2- LYIt O f vionderful GAYMOiit* NYLONS 1.25 What n wonderful gift! Sheet- 51 gauge 15 denier (inymodcs. . . first <iu;il- ily, made for flailery, smooth fit, wear! New in jMi.sf, Dawn, Dusk, Shadow. S'/i-H. RAYON '!•< I COT KNIT GOWNS 1. I'rcfly wilh nylon net or lace . . . practical, wilh ^no-iruninjj ways. . .comfort able,'wilh elasficizcd midriffs! In pink, blue, maize, while. . .32--I8. MEN'S RAYON NECKTIES 1.49 Rayon satins, rayon foulards mid fop favorite rayon jacijuards! They are all here now on I'en- ney's racks. Kvcry lie perfect. Kvcry design right, up-to-the-minute. 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