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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (AttK.) COURIER NEWS - Society News - o Ann Mnllnrv Sni-ipr.v Rflitor * Phom Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 WED IN OSCEOLA — In a ceremony Sunday afternoon at Osceola's First Methodist Church, ' Bettye Spiers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Spiers, became the bride of Robert Koestler of Greenville, Miss., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koestlef of Greenville. (Photo by Tigrett) Vows Exchanged in Osceola By Robert Koestler, Miss Spiers First Methodist Church in Osceola was the setting for a marriage of widespread interest Sunday afternoon when Miss Bettye Spiers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Spiers, of Osceola, became the bride, of Robert Koestler o{ Greenville, Miss., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koestler of Greenville. Lev/is Nunnery ryid Bi'J Taggert, Yarbro PTA Executive Board Meets An executive board meeting of Yarbro-Parent Teacher Association \va held this morning following registration of students. Mrs. John Plunkett presided over the meeting and announced the following officers and committee chairmen: Mrs. Ociell Campbell, vice-president; Mrs. Charley Kruiz, secretary;: Mrs. Milton Bunch, < treasurer; Mrs. Clyde Gaines, membership; Mrs. David Miles, program; Mrs. Cecil Johnson, publicity; Mrs. G. T. Gracey, hospitality; Mrs. Paul i Abbott, finance, and Mrs. Miles, publication. It was announced that the regular meetings will be held the second Wednesday of each month. Executive Board Has Meeting Executive Board of Women's Millenary Union of Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mi John Buchanan Friday afternoon with five members present. Mrs. Bill Cook presided over the meeting with Mrs,. E. G, Lovell | j giving the devotional and Mrs. t Marvin Kenwright the closing j | prayer. Armorel HD Club Has Luncheon Armorel Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. C. 0. Elliott Friday for a potluck lunch- con with 11 members and two visitors, Mrs. Gordon Harris of Bly- thcville and Mrs. Helen Ozment o£ Cooler, present. Mrs. W. Leonard Smith gave the devotional and Mrs. Elliott led in prayer. In the business session it was voted on for the group to sponsor a fair booth. In the social hour Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Albert Hudson iron the game prizes. Coming Events TUESDAY Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at Rustic Inn, 8 p.m., Mrs. Dan McCaskill is hostess.' Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. Ray Harrison, 904 N. Franklin, 7:30 p.m. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Country Club Bridge League meeting. CIS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. EUvood Deen. American Legion Auxiliary meet, ing. I Eastside Garden Club having t flower shower at home of Mrs. C. all of Greenville. For JILT daugmer's wedding. Mrs. The Rev. Willhim O. Scroggins of'icmied before a background ol woodwardia trens and white bridal roses. Branched candelabra holding i c p i ; , rs wort . an original Don-Ell mo- whitc tapers flanked the central| dcl of navy ptau (ie sole Sl \^ ,. vith a local point ol an arrangement ol > scl -j n bodice of blush pink Chan- whKe roses placed on a recessed | ^jh- luce. She completed her costume with a white orchid corsage. The groom's mother was attired in i cloud blue taffeta sheath dress with matching accessories. Her corsage was also a while orchid. FaUovanu the wedding Mr. and ] Mrs. Spiers entertained v;uh a re! cepiion in the church parlors, The bridal table wns Covered wi!h ui imported linen cutwork cloth. uble. Pews along the white wedding aisle were marked with white satin bo'-vu and white roses. Mrs, Harold Jones, organist. ana , , Miss Joan Pegucs provided nuptial | music. Mrs. White &ang "Through the Years," and as the couple knelt j (in the prie dieu, siing "The Lord's Prayer." The bride was given in marriaKC by her father. She wore n gown ol roses. Bashers of bridal white blossoms were placed around the reception room. Assisting at. the recetpion were Miss Karen Young, Miss Beuye Claire Bowles. Miss Pat parilow oi BlytheviUe, Miss Josephine Blaok- nios. Greenville, and Miss Nancy Andrews of Clarksdale. The couple left immediaiely iol- lowing the reception for a two-week Wedding trip to Mexico. The bride chose a black and white cotton suit, trimmed in black and white stripes on the collc.r and with turn back cuffs. Her accessories were in black, patent. M, Abbott wilh Mrs. Lee Stiles hostess. Mrs. Abbott and Mrs. Taft Metager. are co-hostesses. Arrangements will be floral and fruit centerpieces. WEDNESDAY" Garden Department of Woman's Club fags meeting at clubhouse. Executive board meets at 2 p.m. with general meeting at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Ray Hall is hostess. TLE Briage (Jjub meeting; at Ra- zcrback with Mrs. Otto Scrape hostess. THURSDAY Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church has monthly social at home of Mrs. Joe Atkins, 7 p.m. Elloott Fletcher Chapter of UDC has ]2:30 luncheon-meeting at Hotel Noble. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. ChlUIon Club meeting with Mrs. E R. Jackson. FRIDAY • Woman's Club having covered- dish luncheon 1 p.m. New Sunday School Class Has Supper The newly organized Christian Advciuurerr, Sunday School Class of First Christian Church held an ice crfarn supper at the home of Air. and Mrs. vernoon Strickland Friday evening. MANILA NEWS| By Mrs. James Felis Hosts ior the supper were Mr. and Mrs. Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stovall and Mr. and Mrs. Jada Me- Guire. 62,<J66Hear Graham At Camp Meeting OCEAN GROVE, N.J., Sept. 5 1*1 —Evangelist Billy Graham drew 62,COD persons in four weekend appearances at the 86th annual Ocean Grove Campmeeting. A cro'.vtl estimated at 16,500 heard the 3o-y(:ar-old Baptist preacher s;iy yesterday ihat ''social problems lacing the American home" cause a greater threat than communism. As an antidote to juvenile delinquency he prescribed the discipline taught in the Scriptures plus "a little more old-fashioned prayer and an o!d-fas!jioned hickory' stick." "If children are not taught to obey at home .they will not respect authority when they grow up," he declared. "The scriptures teach discipline j in the home and if you don't follow I the warning you may be rearing; ! potential juvenile delinquents." Miss nelen hanna was honored Friday night when Mrs. Quinton Flanagan, Mrs, Roy Vaughn, Mrs. Boyti Smith, Mrs. Inez Permenter and Mrs. Gale Hanna entertained with a miscellaneous shower. A green and pink color scheme was used. A white cutwork tab;^- cioth overlaid the refreshment table which was centered with a bnde and groom doll surrounded by pastel dressed bridesmaids dolls. Green and pink streamers extended from each and were tied with sweet peas. Mrs. Ercel SJceen assisted in the games. Mrs. Clarence Lucas and Mrs. E. L. Bennett as winners ot the games were presented corsages. L. Dlggs were In Forrest City Monday to attend the Kotary Convention. Luxora Dance uiub held it's monthly dance at Hotel Noble Saturday night. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Stanfielct, Mr. and Mrs. Sudie Cecil and Mr. and Mrs. Champ Meadows. Miss Peggy Beth 'Ford attended the East-West Ail-American Prep Football Game at Crump Stadium in Memphis Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Walters and children were weekend -guests of Mrs. Walters' father, O. N. Forrest, at Dyess. Miss Nora Wise has returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jamet Hill and children In Athens, Ala. If you lilce the lean Jersey dress for fall but have a hip problem, try having the skirt lined with taffeta. Makes the dress hang straight Instead of conforming to you. Rubber-backed scatter rugs should be unrolled to cool as soon as they are removed from tb* drier. The three-tiered wcddinp cake \vf».s If you tire of the accessories in your home, try rotanriET them. Upon their return they will live ; . store some of them away in cup- in Greenville where the groom is boards and bring out others period- associated with his father in the; ically to add interest and freshness j Koesiler Tile Company. to a room. Bermuda Shorts For the Birds ALTADENA. Calif. tB—The little bird clad in Bermuda shorts didn't j give a hcoT. but lie drew attention j to himself anyway. After all, j short? aren't the usual attire for j an o>vl. \ Mode Frr..~ure noticed the fash- i tollable fellow strolling under a tree yesterday and caught him. j Nov.- the Pasadena Animal Shelter seeks the owner of the dressed bird. Miss Dixie Hazel Howard is visiting Miss Gostsie Hare in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howard and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stanford left Sunday for a week with relatives in Tulsa, Okla. John and Billy Thweatt recently visited relatives in Chattanooga and friends in Atlanta. The Rev. and Mrs. Charles Marshall and children of Illmo. Mo., former residents, visited friends here Wednesday. Miss Tommie Jo Olive, a student. of Berl Olswanger School of Music in Memphis, sang at Kennedy Veterans Hospital Sunday night and will appear with Bob Morris Orchestra in Belzoni, Miss., Wednesday night. Gerald Chatin attended tiis uncle's funeral ui Jasper, Ala., last| week. | Mrs. James Cole and cnudren ol Corpus Christ!, Tex., are visiting relatives here. Mrs. James Riherd entertained Donna PJherd and her Sunday school ciass on her fifth birthday at the Baptist Church Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Watson have moved to t'neir home in West Memphis. Miss Margaret Moffitt was a Memphis visitor Tuesday. Mrs. Sue Brown is visiting her | daughter, Mrs. Hays Gowan, andi Mr. Oowan in Memphis. W. L. Hanna arid the Rev. W. [ GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Start* at Dusk LAST TIMES TONIGHT . W.G-M SPECTACLE ,„ LinEMlSCOPE ...o COIOB: BIGGEST F.LM IN 1 "THE PRODIGAL 0 W 0 °« IS """ ! I UNA TURNER . EDMUND PUROOM ^ c«»» TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature M-G-M's adventure-hit in COLOR _and CINEMASCOPE! . ,. f . STEWART GRANGER.:'' i '" l " :v ^ GRACE KELLY ^ifc PAULDGOGIAS I JOHNEHCSOf( Joan FONTAINE- John LUND Mona FREEMAN -Peler HANSON Darling, / A Pirtmtunt Picture ALSO CARTOON Coming to Starvue Sept. II - 12—TALI, MAN RIDING With Randolph Scolt & Dorothy Malone bridal white pun: silk pcau dej topped with hoie, cm. .on princess lines with a/circled with deep iKvkHne outlined with rlivmrd -. — Ch.intflly lace and sparked with* indcscent sequins. The C'hnntilly lace u-as repeated in the panel that extended doft'n the front to the hemline. The Ions; fitted sleeves ended in ptrt.il pmnl.s. Her cap oC matching silk was su- tarhed :o a double jingi-rlip veil of French illusion. A strand of cultured pearls, a ciU of'the croom. was licr only ornament. The feminine attendnn's woio costumes of magnolia while silK taffcia featuring full skirUs over period hoops. The bodices with i.hi :r scoop neL'kluirs and short sleeves, featured elongated torso waist line.-. They wore ralot.s of \vhiie ! . e-h n leaves, short white phv,e.s ;\nci .siiii:it' strands of pearls. In contrast to the bricial white motif, were the vivid n:ci roses ui cascade efffcl, carried by the bride and each o{ her attendant*. Miss Shirley Waconer of Greenville. ppr\'ed the bnde us, mairl ol honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Bobby Spaun of Osccola; Mi^ Martha Glenn Stephens, New Albsrn. Misi-, Miss Mary Virginia Mclnnis. Vicksburg. Miss.: Miss Dorothy Walker, Jncksnn. Miss.; Miss Patsy Gralu.m, Guliport. Miss., and .Miss Barbara Bynum of Dermoti. Arx. Patsj Guest, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eunule Gti"st o! OFETO!.I. .served as tiov.'er pirL She wore a floor length tivf^s of white latTcia wKh a tiered ovrrskirt of nylon nilic. Her headband was of white velvet leaves. Bill Koestler of Greenville, brother of the groom, served as best- num. Groomsmen were Tommy Spiers, Jr., brother of the bride, "Bobby Duntap, BatesYille. Miss.; and Jacri Reed. Jimmy" Verger, Dannie Nick.; valley lilies and en- gardenias and tube- Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission l, r >c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Naked Alibi AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION AlarMyn McBride. STERLIhG HAYDEN GLORIA GRAH.'.ME A UMVtRSAllNIM.'AIIOSAl PICIUK _ ALSO — Most Popular Theatre Northeast Arkansas' THE MAN you'll never forget! f^iF\ HEIISIAND iTECHNICOLOR I METRO NEWS TUES., WED. & THURS. Double Feature INFORMER WltUI fill" 111 1'tlllll E . SSBftmilii. an ft — AND — Also Car toon: "Bird Hrnindog" . Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! ADMISSION PRICES: Matinee Monday through Friday CHILDREN 20c ADULTS 40c Saturday & Sunday and Nights CHILDREN 20c ADULTS 50c Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m, and 4 p.m. for Kilz & Rosy Program Announcements MOX THEATRE On \\. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sal. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Finest In Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature -•— -—. WARNER BROS. ALANLADD M OELMER DAVES' URUM l^\ClH*m*SeoP£ WAMNntCOLOK-STCKCOPHONIC SOUND ttlOfS~OAIJO« - MARISA fAVAN SSSSsJSf *RinEK AM KREC1TD BV OELMfB MVU .•«•«!• — AND — LAST TIMES TONIGHT PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON TUESDA& WEDNESDAY Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "Track of the Cat" HUMANEMOTION STRIPPED TO THE RAW! ROBERT OUM.WS Plus Cintmatcop* Short "Vallty of th« Sun" THE BRIDGE§ AT TOKO-RI A IVrfhrr|/-.V^.(l<irt pntitiiritnn In cofur f>|/ •rtrni.VICOI.OR *&.. til. ., HOLDEX KELLY i-liKonir .»iu;iii:v MARCH ROOSnEV ALSO CARTOON TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature "Beau Brummel" With Stewart Elizabeth GRANGER & TAYLOR — AND — "Khyber Patrol" With Raymond Burr ALSO CARTOON Exclusively at Kelley's Ride a rainbow back to school in new Cuddle-Mocs by Triendly Straight out of Seventeen.' Genuine moccasin construction but Injuns never had it so good — with leather dressed down to glove-softness, then dressed up with glorious colors. Wonderful way to steal a march on Sp row* piiiNDir SHQI iron

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