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PAGB FOUR BLTOIEVn,LK (ARK.) COURIER HEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER ». 1»M — Society News - o Ann Mnllnrv Srwiprv Editor * Phone J-4461 Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor ik. Mr. an* Mrs. Charles Ciwclllii (Courier News Photo) Charles Czeschin and Miss Nelson Recite Vows at Church Here Glowing pink tapers in seven-branch candelabra cast a soft slow over the auditorium o£ First Presbyterian Church Saturday afternoon when Miss Janet Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frank Wall Nelson, became the bride of Charles Christie Czeschin, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Christie Czeschin. Baskets of pink gladioli we. placed on floor level and on th altar to complete the backgroun for the wedding party. Dr. Harvey T. Kidd, pastor the church, officiated. •Ava Maria," "Claire de lune, "The Swan," and "Chanson Tris te " along with the traditional wed' ding marches were the selection- played at the organ by Miss Dix. Killian. William M. Nelson, Jr.. of Ya zoo City, Miss., cousin of the bride and vocalist, sang selections in eluding "I Love Thee" and "Be cause " "The Lord's Prayer" wai sung during the exchange of vows. Mr* Robert N. Stair of Kansai City, sister of the bride, serves as matron of honor and only feminine attendant. Mrs. Stair is the former Nancy Sue Nelson. She wore a gown of cyclamen pink chiffon fashioned with a scoop neckline, draped elongated bodice and very full ballerina length skirt. Her small hat was of matching material and she wore short white gloves and cyclamen pink satin slippers. Deep pink bountiful sweetheart roses and tuberoses formed the colonial Bouquet carried by the matron of honor. Father Gives Bride A frost while chantilly lace gown over pink tulle and taffeta was worn by the bride, who was given in marriape by her father. The molded bodice had an off-shoulder neckline edged with lace motifs Basic And Smart » re and brief sleeves, le The voluminous ballerina length id skirt of pleated tulle was accented with an overlay of scalloped lace. jf Her veil was held with a coronet of matching lace. She carried a nosegay of lilies, of-the-valley centered with a pure I- white orchid. ,s Calvin Clinton Czeschin served ie his brother as best man. Ushers were Maurice Sanders of Blytheville. Eobert N. Stair of , Kansas City, Robert L. Allison of " Arkansas City. Kans., and Sam ," R. Snoddy of Carthage, Mo. Mrs. Nelson wore for her daughter's marriage a pink chantilly lace dress trimmed In iridescent sequins. Her small hat was of , matching sequins. A blush pink cymbidium orchid completed her attire. A face blue lace dress appliqued with bugle and crystal beads was worn by Mrs. Czeschin for the wedding. Her small hat was satin trimmed and she also wore a blush pink cymbidium orchid corsage. Reception al Hofel The reception was held in Plantation Room of Hotel Noble with the bride's parents as hosts. The bride's table held the tiered Wedding cake Which was encircled with pink roses and flanked by silver candelabra holding pink tapers. The punch table was centered with a crystal epergne holding pink roses. Pink tapers in crystal candelabra encircled with fronds of greenery completed the decorations of the table. Reception assistants were Miss Barbara Monaghan, Miss Shirley King, Miss Ramona Crafton, Miss 'Reen Norris, all of Blytheville, and Miss Rosann Hammer o.f Los Angeles, Calif., formerly of St. Louis. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nelson of Houston, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Chester Briggs of Tupelo, Miss., Mrs. John B. Spaeth and son Jack of Hendersonvilie, N. C., Mrs. Robert Allison of Arkansas City, Kans., and Miss Patricia Freed of Kansas City. The couple left on a honeymoon to Biloxi, Miss., and the Gulf Coast, the bride wearing an Italian cotton two-piece dress with black accessories. She completed her traveling costume with the orchid from her bridal bouquet. Upon their return they will make thfMr home at 1507 Holly in Blythe- villi. 8182 10.JO By Sue Burnett Foundation of your wardrobe for a new season — simple billion from style to wear with or without the accompanying blouse. Pattern No. 8182 Is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, dress, 3»i yards of 35-inch; blouse, short sleeve, I 3 i yards. Tor tills pattrrn, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier Now.s, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. The new fall fc winter '5fi issue of Basic FASHION, our complete pattern magazine is filled with attractive, sew-easy atyles to drllflht beginner and expert, Don't miss 11 — send 25 cents toddy for your copy. University Club Entertained At Hotel Noble Members and guests of University Club were entertained in Plantation Room of Hotel Noble Saturday night, A red and whit* color scheme was used In the decorations of the room. Overlaying the refreshment table was a red and white checked cloth with an arrangement of zinnias in a wrought iron container being the centerpiece. Hurricane lampf were used on either side of the centerpiece. Kec and whit* tapera were alternated on the tables where guests were seated. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Day, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Harrison and Mr. and Mrs. R. t. Green were host* for the affair. Miss Miles Complimented With Shower DELL—Miss Betty Miles, bride- elect of Don Brinn, was honored with a miscellaneous shower Baptist Church Friday night. A pink carnation corsage was presented Miss Miles, who wore a gray dress. Mrs. Noah Miles, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. J. H. Brinn mother of the groom-elect, were presented white carnation corsages. The refreshment table was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of white chrysanthemums. In the center of the flowers was a miniature bride doll Miss Carolyn Jackson presided at the table. Mrs. Harry Cook, Mrs. Doyle Houston, Mrs. Clinton Smith and Mrs. C. A. Smith were hostesses for the affair. Sudbury PTA Officers, Chairman Told Sudbury Parent-Teacher Executive Board met at the home of Mrs. Harold Sudbury Thursday night. Mrs. Sudbury presided over the meeting and announced the following officers and committee chairmen: ,Mrs. Sudbury, president; Mrs. W. R. Summervtlle, vice-president: Mrs. Robert Turner, secretary, and Mrs. Lucille Watson, treasurer. Committee chairmen are Mrs. Hugh Hudson, historian and publication; Mrs, Marcus Gaines, character and spiritual life; Mrs.. Fred Sandefur, program; Mrs. D. C. McLean, parliamentarian; Mrs. Jack Vowell and Mrs. Roland Davis, membership; Mrs. Howard Besharse, .magazine; Mrs. W. L. Moxley, hospitality; Mrs. F. L. Wicker, service; Mrs. Harry Grimes, health; Mrs. Jerry Hearn, budget and finance; Mrs. Bob Bay, parent education; Mrs. E. F. Fry, safety; Mrs. O. W. Lewis and Mrs. Orvil Gude. room representative; Mrs. Roy Kirksey, recreation. Miss Beatrice Harget, librarian; William Spence, civil defense; Joe Hughes, general protection; Mrs. Harry Sansom, lunch room; Mrs. Shields Edwards, Founder's Day; Miss Mary Hubler, beautification; and Mrs. Riley Adams, congress publications. Wiener Roast Given For Scott Jamieson Scott Jamieson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jamieson, who is moving to Mammoth Spring with her parents, was honored with * i wiener roast at t.he home of Mrs. Marion Koehler "Friday night. Mrs. Koehler and Mrs. Bernard Jagger* were hostesses with , members of Brownie Troop Number Six a* special guests. A scrapbook waJi presented to Scott snd each guest presented her a picture to go in it. Mrs. Roberts Honored With Layette Shower Mrs. Lloyd Roberts was honored with a layette shower last week by Mrs. Jimmy Quick and Mrs. Ira Gaines. Mixed summer flowers were used to decorate the Quick home where the party was held. A corsage of dahlias were presented to Mrs. Roberts. Out-of-town guests attending the party were Mrs. J. T. White, sister of the honoree, and Mrs. Dunnivan of Steele. Party foods and iced drinks were served. At Tfe Hospitals Blytheville Ho»p*t»l Dismissed: Tommy Reams, city. Starling Bunch, city. Dennle Kennedy, steel*. - LynetU Neal, Cooler. Gary Lendennle, city. Charles Henderson, city. Jerry Perm, city. Wife Noipltol Mary Brown Ce I era res Ninth Birthday Mary Ellen Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, celebrated her ninth birthday last week with a party. Fourteen guests were present. Sherry Brown and Carol Trent won the party games played. Mrs. Dorothy Tegethoff assisted Mrs. Brown in serving refreshments of punch and birthday cake. Miss Sue Orsborne left yesterday to resume her studies at Arkansas State College where she will be t second semester senior. Raymond Stringer left Sunday for )Vholeysville, Ind., to visit hii sister, Mrs. Thomas Tanner, and his brother, Harold Stronger, in New York. Among Blytheville residents visiting at Kentucky Lake recently were Misses Eunice Brogdon and Irene Crowder and Matt Scruggs, Russell Campbell and Alex Hill and ion. Mike Alexander, who has been visiting his grandparents, Mr. and. Mrs. Russell Phillips, returned to his home in Oermantown over the weekend. Edward E. Brook and daughter Connie of Oklahoma City spent Friday here visiting his sister, Mrs. Gean Atkinson, and family- Steve Salmon, Gary Taylor and Janet Taylor left yesterday for Bethany, Okla., where they will enroll in Bethany Nazarene College. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Haines and Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson were among those In Memphis Saturday to attend the Washington- Chicago professional football game. Mrs. L. T. Moore, L. T. Moore, Jr., Mrs. F. G. Lewis and Harold Lewis S'ere in Memphis yesterday to attend the wedding of Miss Connie Vallas at the Greek Orthodox Church. Mr. Moore presented an hour organ program preceding the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Bentord Kimes of Memphis announce the birth of a son, Aug. 26. The baby, who has been named Gary Lynn, has t sister. Sandra Jean, age 10. Mr. Kimes is (he son of Mrs. Sally Kimes of Blytheville. Mrs. Kimes spent the past week in Memphis visiting her son and family. Miss Selma Saliba entered Baptist Hospital in Memphis yesterday and will undergo surgery in the morning. Her sister-in-law, Mrs. Fred S. Saliba, will leave this afternoon to be with her. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. George and children of Memphis. were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. M. George. Leighton George, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Rene George,, entered Chickasawba Hospital yesterday afternoon to undergo treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris and grandson, Johnny Mister, spent the weekend in St. Louis visiting Mrs Morris' brother, Lt. Com. Frank Adkins, and Mr. Morris' step-sister Mrs. James fioyd. and Mr. Boyd While there they attended Cinerama Holiday. Lt. and Mrs. Russell Phillips Jr. of Santa Anna, Calif., arrived:last night for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. John Marian and children of Princeton, Ky., are visiting his mother. Mrs. T. J. Mahan, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stewart of Memphis announce the birth of a son, Aug. 31 at St. Joseph Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart have two other sons, Donnie and Ronnie. Mrs. Stewart is the former Ernestine Halsell, daughter • of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Halsell. Ronnie and Donnie are visiting heir grandparents and their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey jhapman, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Halsell also have as a guest another daughter, Mrs. Horace Scrape, of Jackson. Miss. Howell Boyd. son of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Boyd, returned this morning from Ashland, Ore., where spent the summer months as a member of the Oregon Shakespearean Festival. He will spend ten dayf tiere with his parents before re< suming his studies at the University of Mississippi. ; Mr. and Mrs. Benny Welch returned to their home in Pensacola, Fla., this morning after several days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morgan, and other relatives. Six-Week Series Is Won By Mr. Hardaway 0. O. Hardaway was first place winner in the Duplicate Bridge League six-week series which concluded Thursday night. He had a percentage of 57. Jim Roleson was second with 52 percent and Mrs. A; H. Wallace and Mrs. Audreanel Freeman tied for third with 51 percent. In the Howell movement played Thursday night, Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. C. W. Afflick were first with 65 points. Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mr. Hardaway and Mr. and Mrs. Harry-W. Haines tied for second with Gl points. Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. Frank Grigsby were fourth with 60 points. NALC Group Has Meeting Ladies Auxiliary of NALC met at :he home of Mrs. Pauline Robertson Friday with seven members and one visitor present. Mrs. Ethel Burks presided over the business session after which the hostess served refreshments. Marilyn Pate, Hornerf.vill«. Gary Wayne Griffin, city. Mrs. Robert Banks, Joiner. Alberta Walker, cltr. Earl Bell, cltj. Knthy Ann Orady, Manila. Mn. Mary B1*M, MRS. EDJTH STEPHAN, G.S.M. LONDON, ENGLAND Btephan Music Studio Will Open Monday, September f> WANO — VIOLIN SM Chick«i»wbt Phone 8-3491 Mrs. George Kamp (Photo by Lee Bearden) VowsPledgedatMethodistChurch By George Kamp and Carol Bailey Vows were pledged yesterday afternoon at 3 p.m. at First Methodist Church hy Miss Carol Ann Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. TV J. Bailey, and George Hamil Kamp, son of Dr. Henry Wilbur Kamp and the late Mrs. Kamp of Conway. The Rev. Harold Eggensperger, pastor, was in charge of the ceremony. Baskets of white stock were seen in the lobby of the church as the guests arrived with the same flowers being used in altar vases and in front of the chancel rail. Tapers in gold candelabra completed church decorations. Selections by Schumann, Schubert, Chopin and Fibich were played by Mrs. John Caudill, organist, preceding the ceremony. With the traditional wedding marches and "Ava Maria," being used during the ceremony. Milton Barrett, soloist, sane "O Promise ME," and "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Caudill was presented a white carnation and pink lily corsage. Mrs. O. L. Holiister of North Little Rock served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Martin Rex of Dallas, Tex., Mrs. Marcus Harton, Jr., of Conway, and Miss Ann Perry and Miss Sally McCutchen of Blytheville. Peggy Kamp, niece of the groom, served as flower girl. Attendants Wear Blue The feminine attendants were identically attired in light blue crystallette frocks. They were princess style with square neckline, small sleeves and full skirts. A small ribbon under the bust- line tied in a bow in the back with the streamers extending to the cocktail length hemline. Their head bands were small leaves of matching .material sprinkled with rhinestones. They carried tuberoses and pink Sweetheart roses on a heart shaped base of pink satin. The flower girl was dressed In white with her sash being of the matching shade of blue as the other attendants. Her basket was tied with blue satin ribbons and French maline. Topping the handle j were two white Fujii mums. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a Maurer original gown of Chantilly lace over white satin. The gown featured a rounded neckline of pleated tulle. Outlining the tulle were iridescent sequins and lace flowers. The long sleeves of the bodice came to a point at her fingertips. Her fingertip veil fell from a coronet of seed pearls, iridescent sequins and lace flowers. She carried a white satin Bible topped with a pure white orchid. Cascading from the orchid were lilies - of - the - valley and satin streamers tied in graduated lovers knots. Dr. Kamp served his son as best man. Ushers were Phil Choate of Little Rock and Marcus Harton, Jr., Homer Lyford and Jim Browne all of Conway. The bride's mother wore an Andora original dress of dusty rose lace. It featured three-quarter length sleeves and a low neckline outlined In iridescent sequins. Her corsage was a purple orchid. . Mrs. H. W. Kamp, Jr., of Denton, Tex., sister-in-law of the groom, was present. She was presented a purple orchid corsage and was dressed in a navy blue sheer with matching accessories. Reception Given The bride's parents were hosts Jerry Houcbin ofNeosbo Claims Hand of Marilyn Oates in Steele In a ceremony at Steele Wesley Memorial Methodist Church yesterday Miss Marilyn Frances Dates, dau ghter of stood under arch santhemums being used for floral decorations. Glowing tapers were used «t the altar and along the bridal aisle. . Mrs. O. T. Coil, organist, Mid Ben Woodward of St. Louis, vocalist, provided nuptial music. She wore a pink lace dress complemented by » gardenia corsage. "AE Dawning," by Caemon; I Love Thee," by Greig; and "Through the Years," by Youmans were Mr. woodward's selections. . Maid of honor was Miss Sara White of Knoxville. Bridesmaids were Miss Loretta Earls of Steele, Miss Janis Bradley of Kansas City, Miss Mary Kay Jones of Burlington Junction, Mo., and Miss Dorothy Oates of Memphis. They wore waltr, length dresses of violet crystallette fashioned with a bateau neckline and back- interest panels of pleating. Their small hats were of purple velvet. Their only ornament was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the -bride. They carried colonial bouquets of white and purple daisies. Father Gives Bride The bride entered the sanctuary on the arm of her father wearing a full skirted gown of white chantilly lace and pleated tulle with a short sleeves lace bodice, chapel train and lace gauntlet. Her veil was held by a small crown of pearls and sequins. She carried a single white phalanopsis surrounded by tuberoses, stephan- for the reception at the Rustic Inn. A white lace cloth was used on the bride's table which was centered with the four-tiered wedding cake. Encircling the cake were double rows of fern and tuberose?. Crystal ca'ndelabra holding glowing white tajers flanked the cake. The punch table was overlaid with an ecru lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of white stock. Baskets of stock completed the decorations of the reception room. Mrs. Bernard Hill of Memphis and Mrs,. Hiram Haley, Mrs. James Bollinger and Miss Donna Sue Gore of Blytheville were reception assistants. Out-ot-town guests were Mrs. T. J. Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Lacock of Puxico. Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McClaln and daughters of Elvlns, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wenz of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rickard and son. Robert, of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Danieison, Mrs. R. W. Atkinson and Mrs. Jim Cole of Memphis, H. W. Kamp, Jr., of Denton, Tel., p. E. Jordan of Little Rock, Gilbert Tarver of Quitman, Ark., nnd Q. L. HolllsUr, Jr., ol North Little Rock. The new Mrs. Kamp wore a dark blue summer suit of cotton and nylon with three-quarter length sleeves and flared skirt for their southern wedding trip. She wore navy blue accessories and a white orchid corsage. Upon their return the couple will make their home at 1638 Mill Street in Conway. «. of Oates and RicharTbates of Steele served is groomsmen. A princess dress of emerald green faille ind a corsage of green tropical orchids w»s . chosen by Mrs. Oates for her daughter's mar- riige. The groom's mother was dressed In brown with avocado accessories and wore a brown tropical orchid The reception was held at Hotel Noble in Blytheville. Mr. »nd Mrs. Oates were hosts. The bride's table wsjs centered with the four-tiered wedding oak* encircled with pink roses and flanked by silver candelabra holding white tapers. Mrs. Thomas Thompson « H. Louis, aunt of the bride, Mrs. Norman Cowley, Misses Merlda Ann Wilson, Eleanor Bell of St. Louis and Mary Anna Michie presided at the table. After a snort wedding trip the couple will be at home on TUley Street in Columbia, Mo. For traveling Mrs. Houchins wore a green embroidered faille sheath dress and dark green velvet duster. Her accessories were in black and she wore a phalanopsis corsage. Layette Shower Given For Mrs. Long Mi» Margaret Long and Mri. Frank. Turner honored Mrt. Jamw Long with a layette shower at tht Turner home Wednesday night. Red and yellow roses were uted for floral decorations. Miniature parasols topped the individual ctkea which were served. In the game* played Mrs. Mae Parks, Mrs. Henry OlrgU and Mri. Leo Kelly were winners. Dorcas Class Has Meeting At Church Dorcas Sunday School Claw oC First Baptist Church met »t th« church Friday for t buslnew meeting and social with 17 member! present. Mrs. Sam McOhee ind Mr*. C. 1* McWattt, Sr_ were hostesse*. Mrs. N. W. Brigham gave tht opening prayer and Mr«. M, W. Lewis conducted the bui!ne*e •«- sion. "Helping Others," vu the devotional given by Mrs. Victoria Gilbert. Mri. Theodore Logan led in prayer and Mr*. C. 3. Lemon* gave the closing prayer. In the social hour Mri. Logan gavt a talk on her recent vacation. Read Courier News Classified Ad*. YOU AND YOU ALONE may some d*y be forced to select the family cemetery plot and • monument of marble or granite to grace it. Far better if this decision is made jointly by all concerned while al! are here. Suggest that in consideration to you, your family take ihis sicp now You will all experience i tremendous sense of satisfaction for knowing your lovr has been given eternal expression. We will gladly assist you in selecting a memorial that will appropriately bespeak your senttmenti. FFWt UPON REQUEST Our valuable and instructive booklet. "HKLPATATIME OF •ORROW" Open Sunday Afternoon Jno. C. McHaney and Sons "Your Monument Men" So. Hljhw.y 11 Phom 1-2001 New Store Hours Beginning Sept. 1st we will be Open Each Wednesday Afternoon STORE HOURS: WEEKDAYS-8:30T05:30P.M. SATURDAYS - 8:30 TO 8:00 P.M. N*w Schedule Becomes Effective September 1st Wliitsitts Sliop Wliitiltt* JLBelL

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