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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, Jane Shelton, Society Editor Ptinn* 4461 Former Blytheville Man Marries Missourian Amid a setting of palms, snapdragons, gladioli and larkspur, Miss Marjorle Jane Harbour, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harbour of Crystal City, Mo., became the bride o{ William London Dunaway, formerly of Blythcvillc, now of Fort Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dunaway- ol Biytheville. The vows were exchanged at 4 p.m. May 27, at the Crystal City Festus Baptist Church with the Rev. George Hammon officiating. Pre-nuptial music was presented by Allan Rowland, who was accompanied at the organ by Charles Laughlin. Carries , Gardenia A full cut ballerina length gown of white nylon marquisette over faille taffeta wns selected by Miss Harbour for her wedding gown. The long fitted sleeves were attached to a yoke of French lace, studded at intervals with gleaming rhinestoncs. A peplmii of the same trim encircled her waistline. Her fingertip veil was held secure by a Juliet cap. Stephanotis centered with gardenias were carried for her bridal bouquet. Bhe wore a necklace of pearls and rhinestones. Miss Wllmn Fen wick attended the bride as maid of honor and Miss Caroline England served as bridesmaid. They wore gowns in identical design to that of the bride except for brief sleeves. Miss Fenwick was gowned in orchid, while Miss England wore misty green. Both carried yellow daisy arrangements. jTheir brimmed, handmade hats were of. lace shaded to that of their gowns. Paul Tom Poole served Mr. Dunaway as best man. Ushers were Raymond Scott, Ernest and Edmund Dunning. ^ Reception for 200 Immediately following the ceremony, a reception for two hundred guests was held at the Harbour home on Miller Hill. Mrs. Harbour, mother of the bride, received the guests In a bine sheer afternoon dress which featured a lace yoke and matching lace hat. She wore pink acoessories. Mrs. Dunaway received in an aqua blue iheer with white accessories in complement. ~Each pinned rosebuds at her shoulder. Following the reception, the cou- plt.lelt on a wedding trip" and are now.at home in Fort Smith where Mr. Dunaway is an adjuster with the Universal C. I. T. Credit Corporation. For traveling the bride •elected a beige suit with green •eoessorie* and pinned the gardenias from her bridal bouquet at her shoulder. She wore k rhinestone «nd; gold necklace) a gift of the (room. JMrs. Dunaway was graduated from the .Festus High School and attended Southwestern Baptist College. For the past year she had taught In JeUerson County. Mr. Dunaway was graduated in IMS from Blythevttle High School. ' • * • WSCS Group Entertains With Bridal Shower Fifteen members of the WSCS of. the Wesley Memorial Church met Saturday afternoon at the W. B. Yount home to present miscellan- tous gifts to Miss Marjorie Robert- eon, bride-elect or Kenneth Poff. Bridal games and contests were conducted by the guests, who were •eated in the entertaining rooms of the home, which were decorated with vases of mixed spring blossoms. The group showered miscellaneous gifts upon Miss Robertson after which assorted party foods were served. The bride elect was dressed In a frock of yellow pique with which she wore white accessories. Mrs. Jack Robertson, mother of the honoree, was a special guest. • * • Mrs. Ellis Entertains CEO Club, Two Guests Mrs. Richard Mills and Mrs. W. H, O'Keefe were guests last night, when the GEO Club was entertained for the weekly meeting at the home of Mrs. J. c. Ellis, Jr., at Barlfeld. Floral decorations were provided by roses, hydrangea and greenery, arranged in vases and placed «round the room in which the evening *as spent in bridge. High score for the bridge game w-.s KO.-I by Mrs. o'Kecfc. with Mrs. Mills winning second high. Mrs. Ellis served a sandwich pbte. Mrs. Max Ray Moo re Miss Farmer Weds Max Ray Moore The First Baptist Church of Hor- .crsviUe was the setting Sunday afternoon for tlic innrrlngc of Miss Margaret Fanner and Max Hay Moore. The bride Is the rinueliler )f Mr. and Mrs, William A. Farm- ir of Hornesville, the groom is the ion of Mr. and Mrs, Harve Moore of Horncrsville. The Rev. C. J. Meredith, minister. officiated at the 3 pin. ceremony. Mngnolin leaves and dninty pink roses were amassed along the chancel rail to outline where the wedding party stood, James Sherood. vocalist, presented a program of wedding music as the guests assembled. His selections included, "Because" Di Har- delot and the traditional wedding marches. Attending her sister as maid ol nonor and only attendant, was Miss Wa nda Fa rrher, who v/a s d ress ed in an afternoon dress fashioned of white waffle pique. The street length; gown featured an accented neck and sleeve line. She wore an arrangement of red carnations, A H'hEte embroidered organdy street length gown was selected by the bride. The bouffant skirt was attached to a snug bodice, with full push np sleeves completing the dress. She wore harmonizing accessories nnd pinned red carnations at her shoulder, Bobby Merrick served tne groom as best man. Mr. nnd Mrs. Moore are now at home In Hornersville. ; Calvary Circles Meet at Church A business meeting of Circles One, Two and Five of Calvary Baptist Church was held yesterday after- tioon at the church. wKh group singing opening the meeting. Mrs. Harold Cavasher gave the opening prayer after which Mrs. Fate BrnUorv presented the devotional. Mrs. Sam McGhce led In prayer. ' Reports of various on leers were filed during the business session conducted by Mrs. Luclan Galnes, president. Mrs. Vernon Gean ted the adjourning prayer. Coming Events Tuesday Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma phi has business meeting at the home of Mrs. J. D. Davis, 404 E. Kentucky, at 8 p.m. Y. M. Birthday Club meets with Mrs. Charlie Hicks at 1:30 p.m. M'cdncsday Garden Club has business meeting at. the Wornans Club at 2:30 p.m. Mr.s. Rouse Harp and Mrs. Jack Chamblin entertaining Beauty Contest entrants with afternoon party at Jaycee Club room nt 3 p.m. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Graham Slid bury. Thursday Mary Martha Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meet at home of Mrs. Ben T, Mays at T p.m. for politick supper. Friday Mrs. Farris McCall.i and Mrs Robert Porter entertaining Prldaj Club at the Porter home with 1 p.ni luncheon. Mrs. Cicne Fisher Miss Fowler Marries In Piggott Ceremony Miss Polly Fowler, daughter ol Mrs, Jim Fowler of Blytheville became the bride of Gene Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fisher In a single ring ceremony performed March 16 at Pi&gott. Mrs. Fisher attended Blytheville High school Mr. FLshet also attended Dlythe- v;llc -criools and-served in the U.S. Air ('orp. He is now connected with the Simmons Tin Shop. Mr. Fisher and his bride are at home in Blytheville. Mss Pierce Weds In Home Vows In a double ring ceremony performed Jure 2 at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. D Pierce of liurdette, Miss Mary Virginia Pierce became the briric ol \Vafe Burnell Reerf, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Reed of Dexter, Mo. Elder U. M, Davis of the Primitive Baptist Church officintcd at the exchange of nuptial vows. X'ases ' filled with pastel hued spring flowers were arranged In the room in which the ceremony was performed, and throughout the home. MUs Beth Garrett presented i program of nuptial music. Miss Bobbye Jean McDonald serv ed as maid of honor and only at tendar.t to the bride. She was dress ed in a frock of yellow and wor white accessories in compleme.nl She pinned white carnations ftt he shoulder. An emerald green dress was se lected Ibr the occasion by the bride. She wore white accessories and for hei bridal [lowers pinneti white parnations at her shoulder Elmo Hamilton attended Mr. Reer ns best man. A reception was held immediate ly following the ceremony In the entertaining rooms of the home 'I'l'e (veddlng cake, which toppc the lace .draped dining taoie, wa» cut and served the guests with Icec drinks. The table appointments wen in the bridal theme. Mrs. Pierce, mother of the brldl and Mrs Elmo Hamilton, presldcc over the bride's table! Mr. and Mrs. Reed arc now a home in Dexter. They will leavu in two weeks for a wedding trip through Oklahoma. «, 19SO Bits of News Mr. ami Mrs. E. o. Ambrose and daughter, Florence, left Saturday 'or Guthrle, Okla., on a vacation :rip. Miss Joanne Campbell and parents, Mr; and Mrs. Russell Campbell, lad as their weekend guest, Ira Jones of Fort Smith. Miss Campbell and Mr. Jones were students at the University of Arkansas, Fayettc- vllle. Miss L. V. Bolln left Saturday on n week's vacation trip to St. Louis vhere she will visit as guest of her aunt and imclc. She went especially to attend the ball games. Miss Joanne Campbell Is in Leslie. Ark., to attend the wedding of Miss liennle Lou, Thomns tonight. Miss Campbell and Miss Thomas arc former roommates at the University of Arkansas. Mrs. C. M. Oliver and Mrs. S, W. Simpson are In Memphis todny where Mrs. Oliver will consult her doctor concerning a broken arm received in a recent fall. She was a patient at the Memphis Baptist Hospital for several days last week Mrs. Maggie Smith of Fort Smith arrived last night to visit as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Lovelndy and son. John Quincy John Quincy possibly will return to Fort Smith with his grandmother for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Bycrly of Midland, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Byerly. Jr.. of Austin. Texas, left yesterday for their homes after being the weekend guests of Drs. Carl and Edna Nles. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson and daughter. Myra Jane, have returned to their home In Nashville after visiting here as guests of Mrs. Wilson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson of Conway, parents of Mr. Wilson, who had also been visiting in Blytheville. returned to Nashville for a visit. Condition of Fielder Perry, who lias been ill at his home for several weeks, Is reported as Improved. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Binson spenl tile weekend in Crawfordsville and Mnrfnnnn as guests of relatives. Condition of Mrs. Leonard Smith, who is confined to her home. Ls reported satisfactory. Mrs. Smith was dismissed two weeks ago from the Blytheville Hospital. Granvllle Cooley. son of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Cooley left today for Paris, Tenn., to be the guest of his uncle, Wallace Rushing and family for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richard and son. Bill, Jr., of Richmond, Calif., were the overnight gwests of Mr and Mrs. Charles McDaniel. Mr. and Mrs. Richard and son were en route to their home nUer visiting in Baton Rouge, La. Mrs. Richard is the former Miss Joy Spencer of Blytheville. Miss Fay KauffmarE of Columbia, Mo., was the Saturday night guest of Miss Annette . Whistle and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Whistle. Miss Kauffman and Miss Whistle are former students at Fassifern School, Hendersonville, N.C. Mrs. B. B. Wilson lias enrolled for the first five weeks session of summer school at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Mrs. Wilson, who left yesterday morning, will begin classes in the morning. Mrs. Ralph Berryman land Mrs. Doyle Turner will also attend the summer session. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Cross, who are attending the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, are visiting here as guests of Mr. Cross' parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Cross at their home on Lake St. KF.CKIVKS MASTEItS DEGREE —Miss Mnry Frances Nunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, was graduated June 5 from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, with a Master of Art degree in mathematics. Miss Nunn was graduated with hoiwrs from Blytheville High School and from Vassar, Poughkeepsle, N. Y Miss Nunn also received honors at Vassar. She \vill arrive by pianc June 14 for several days visit with her parents and w:ll return to Chapel Hill to begin work on her Ph. D degree. WSCS Officers Are Installed Mrs M. J. Koehler and Mrs. Bob Henderson were hostesses last night at the Dell Methodist Church to members of the WSCS tor the candlelight installation of the 1950-51 officers. Mrs. Mavis Settlemire. president conducted the ceremonies. Mrs. M. P. Brownlee presented the devotional after' which Mrs Arthur Penter led the program, ''I Can Give More." During this program period, the pledge for the new year wns made by eacVt member Those assisting with the program were Mrs. -Leroy Brownlee Mrs. U. S. Blankenship, Miss Charley Ruth Blankenship, Mrs. Boyce Russell. Mrs. O. B. Hunnicutt, Mrs. LaMnrr Welbourn and Mrs. C II Whistle. In the business session, plans were discussed by the group for the Quarterly Area Meeting of the Jonesboro District, which will .be held June 28 in Dell. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. J. R. Gill. A dessert course was served by the hostesses in the social hour following. New Member Joins WMU Mrs. William Edmonson became a new member of the Armorel WML yesterday at the weekly meeting at the home of Mrs. Jim McConnell Mrs. Edmonson recently moved to Armorel to make her home, while her husband, the Rev. Edmonson is minister of the Armorel Baptlsl Church. Mrs. P. H. Webstock led the opening prayer with group singing following. Mrs. Edmonson presented the de votlonal after which Mrs. N. C. Patterson, presided over a business ses^ sion. Mrs. Roy White closed the meet ing with prayer. In the'soclal hour following. Mrs McConnell served her' guests re freshmen ts. "inal Lesson Given for Council The final lesson for the year on he study of "Japan" was presented a members of the Missionary Study 3roup ol the Woman's Council or the First Christian Chgrch who met estcrday afternoon In the home of Mrs. Boyce Moore. Mrs. Kendall Darr was the only guest with 21 members present. Mrs. C. A. Tant presided over the meeting during which Mrs. J. C. Ellis led the final Japanese study lesson. Jlmmie Lee Moore, daughter of the hostessess. who was dressed in a colorful Japanese costume, explained to the guests the meaning of flowers and (lower arrangements n [he Japanese home life. Mrs. Prank Brown discussed. 'Journey with Our Missionaries In Japan" followed by the talk. 'Strengthening Fellowship in Japan" by Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Jr. Jlmmie Lee Moore played a hymn, which served as a dismissal for the program portion of the meeting. Mrs. Harry Bradley presented the devotional after which she conducted installation services for the 195051 council officers. Ralph Nichols, violinist, accompanied by his sister, Martha Nichols, softly played the Christian Woman's Fellowship hy v mn as the services were conducted. Officers taking the pledge »ere president, Mrs, Rupert Crafton; vice president. Mrs. Freeman Robinson; secretary, Mrs. James • Terry; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Albert Taylor; treasurer, Mrs. Ben Hnr- pole; study director, Mrs. Lester Strubhar; and service director, Mrs. R. L. Dedman. As each took the pledge she was presented a symbol of her office. The group was dismissed with the benediction after which a social hour was held. During this hour, Martha Nichols presented a program of hymns. Program Meeting Held By WSCS "Christian Faith In Modern Japan" was the program presented to 23 members of the Yarbro WSCS who met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ellis Wheeler for the weekly meeting, Mrs. Blza Wheeler gave the devotional after which Mrs. L-. T Burnham, Mrs. Johnny Johnson and Mrs. Walter Barnes presented the afternoon program. The group's repeating of the Lord's Prayer was used to close the meeting. Mrs. Wheeler served her guests refreshments Biblical Definition Studied By YWA .'' •••' \ "Biblical Definition of-'-a Wife 1 was the program topic' studied by 10 members of the Calvary YWA who met last night at the home 6l Miss Evelyn Hudson. The opening prayer was led by Miss Berna Fondren after which a business session was held. Plans were discussed for attending Ferncliff, a camp near Little Rock, during August. The meeting was adjourned with prayer led by Miss Jean Norman. In the social hour, the hostess served refreshments. JACK WEBB, M.O. 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AN Day Services Held By WSCS All day service* were held ye»- :erday by 29 members of the Wsca of the Wesley Memorial church who met at the church for > study lesson from the book, "Japan B«. Ins Again." The meeting was opened with, group singing after v*Ich MM.' J R. coieman led In prayer. <j£. Mrs. William O'Neal gave » p?£ lion of scripture reading followed by the program directed' by Mrs. W. B. Yount. Mrs. Yount was assisted In the study oy Mrs. Jack Robertson and Mrs. Floyd Davis. A buffet luncheon was served after \vtilch Mrs. J. W. Walters closed the meeting with prayer. Garden Club Plans Business Meeting The Garden Club Division of tin Woman's Club will meet Wednesday afternoon at the Woman's Club for a business meeting, it was an-, nouncecl today by Mrs. Jim Crafton, president. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m. At The Hosojfats Blytlievillt Hospital Dismissed: Lottie Pearl May, city. E. M. 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