The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 18, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 18, 1954
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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society News ailnrv Snriet.V Editor ' Miss Millie Ann Mailory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Country Club j Bridge League I Conducts Game Members of the Country Club Bridge Lea cue played a six-table Koveli Movement- last night. Winners in the games were Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Prank Nelson, first with 69.8 points; Mrs. W. 0. Chamblin and Jim Wallin, second \ with 55'-2 points and Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. C. C. Councille, third with 5H'2 points. *j " - *•*? j. *f i» ~ 4^ * -l!l * £•"'* i - £"* Mr acd Mrs. Robert J. Stewart Robert Jean Stewart Claims Louise Wade McHenry As Bride GosnellWMU Has Meeting The Women's Missionary Union of the Gosnell Baptist Church met Monday at the church for & Royal Service program. There were 11 members and one new member, Mrs. Malon Moody, present. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword followed with prayer by Mrs, W. E. Lou. Mrs. Ira Jones was in charge of 1 the program and the devotional wss 'given by Mrs. Lott. Those j taking part on program were Mrs. j Clarence Geans. Mrs. L. - T. j Karnes, Mrs. Ross CaldwelJ. Mrs. j F. E. Lucius, Mrs. Jones and Mrs. I Moody. ... | Mrs. Lucius dismissed the group? with prayer. j lace formal with which she wore! Bits of News WUy DAR OFFICERS — In the above picture are the officers from Miss'ssipp' County who will serve, as officers in the state DAR for the c-oming year. From left to right are Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, of Blytheville, who will be Press Relations Committee cnairman, Mrs. John W. Edrington of Osceola, who is in charge of Care of the American Indians and Miss Ruth Massey of Osceola, the new State Regent. Mrs. A. G, Little of Blytheville, who will servej as chairman of the room furnishings at the Old State House in Little Rock, was absent when this picture was made. (Courier News Photo) Mrs. Charles Henley and daughter, Marian, are spending several days in Milan, Term., visiting Mrs. Henleys' sister, Mrs. Don Day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and children left this morning for Stillwater, Okla., where they will make their home. Richard Hipp Is visiting his aunt, Miss Martha Williams, in Michigan City, ,Ind., for a week. Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Robinson and son, Billy, left this morning for their home in Chattanooga, Term., after having spent several days as the guests of Mrs. Robinson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gill. Mr. and Mrs- L. O. Gill have as their guests their grandsons, Teddy Cabo and Billy Davis of Scranton, Pa. Mrs. Glair Miller is undergoing treatment at Blytheville Hospital. St? is in Room 306. Condition of Mrs. J. W. Hardy, who is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital, is reported to be slightly improved. Joe P. Pride is a patient in Kennec jy Veterans Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Pride and Mrs. C. C, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1954 MARRIED — Mr. and Mrs. William Charles Sterr were married in the St. Johns Evangelical Church in Los Angeles, Calif., June 19. Mrs. Sterr is the former Miss Jeaa Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mn. Sanford Gay Smith, formerly <rf BlytheviUe. Mr. Sterr it the son of Raymond Sterr and th« 'date Mrs. Sterr of Los Angeles. Sorority Honors as their guests yesterday Lewis . , . , and Vernon Woodard of St. Louisj j—luSDQnQS WllM • and Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Brown and children of Risco, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kenwright| Gordon, Mrs. Marvin | Kenwright and Miss Frankie Saw- Thp 1 „ Alpha Chapter of C.-OOK Circle Meets The Marion Cook Circle of the - - v i black accessories. White wrought iron candelabra forming _ an arcn; Reception Given against a back Around of woodwardia fern and pedestal i por the reception immediately h^kri* holding white gladioli formed the setting last night j following the ceremony the church's Ddb&eia iiu-ujpig, ."j- _& „„_!_ ,-„ Ac^onlo -frrr thp fwiliahfireceoaon room was decorated with, at the First Presbyterian Church m Osceola ±or ine ^ 1 ^i b£5 ^ et£ of white gladioli and vh ite | Trinity Baptist church met at the ceremony of MlSS Louise wade McHenry ana itooeri Jean| srockf repeating; the theme carried;home of Mrs. C. S. Birmingham <sfpwart "The bride IS the daughter Of Mrs. Roy L. Houck Ol! out j n the wedding. The receiving j last night for a Royal Service pro- oc ; i( , X, f ^ s R _ Q Stewart!line formed before a bower of white!gram. There were 11 members and ,V_L. oi-cv «aj.«, "- ,, ._., j __;,,,_ —;i_,,i two visitors present. The meeting was opened with Vows were exchanged before an altar holding catherdal vases _ 01 white gladioli entwined in smilax. The couple knelt on a prieu dieu draped with white satin and caught with, clusters of gardenias and plu- mosa fern. The ribbon section of the church was marked with white satin 'ribbons, gardenias and piu- mosa. |Miss Pryor Has 'NN Bridge Club ixciivvi igiit/ Biiu »»j.ij^) -i. - <j.**iv-i- ^«« T. , J.XIP Aipna Aipiiii k^uiip^ci UA yers have returned from Rockford, | Seta gigma Phi entertained their 111., where they were the guests husbands with 'a potluck supper of Mr. and Mrs. Ross CaldweH and daughter. .."""•'• Mrs. Charles Newcomb has turned from Orlando, Fla.. where j she visited her daughter, Mrs. M. j Members of the NN Bridge Club 1 E. Bennett. and square dance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Owens last blossoms interspersed with smilax. The bridal ^^ was covered by £n heirloom old ivory ^gn an d .prayer by Mrs. Lloyd Gestring I race*cloth belonging to the bride's j and Mrs. Idell Lowe gave the de- i .:*_*" ! _ _ ,1 • _ _ _ 1 Z „..& _ .!« A\t M t-*~ A f*.f *-V* n officiated. ed in front to develop a decollete neckline , Her hat was & replica of ( ^ ^^ uciuii _ t M the bride's bonnet. aer_oououet was i Brandmother McHenry. of mauve asters tied witn matching i- . . • ... . ,, i uj, ^ & « = «~ j Gi earrun g Si ]ver canaelabra iiold- s ~ *" ., . ,' ine white bridal tapers flanked the The bridesmaids wore identical^ tiere( . wedding cakei which was LS to that of the matron of non- , garlanded wilh bunches of gardenias and plumosa. The punch tables were overlaid by old ivory and lace, poised over , _ , rustling taffeta. The bowls were I and Jane Houck, sister of the bride, j entwined with gardenias and smi- . ... _.. or. Tney were Miss Anne McGhee ( of Paris. Term., ana Miss Roboie Irene Thomas of Memphis. The Rev. Chalmers 1. Henderson j The flower girls, Lucy Segraves votional and was in charge of the program. Those on program were Mrs. Howard Caldwell, Mrs. Birmingham, Miss Bernice Overman and Mrs. F. L. Wicer.k Mrs. Raymond Dixon dismissed the group with prayer and the hostess served refreshments. met with Miss Melba Pryor last night for a dessert-bridge. Summer flowers were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner and son. Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul I Wagner have returned from Indi- ,i.l\^J-(3l wCti- i &JJ.VL I/ Oiil-r AJ.VViV**-f fc ;*fc-' \*^>*- v*. -«— -^. ; Cli t' V\ ii-iOVJ. W A bJ.i S, 0 *-*- »-* ti^il,C*^J CAAA»-l UJJ.AJ. "Mu-ic was furnished by Mrs. Don- I ^ere dressed as miniature brides- j i ax _ Presiding at the refreshment 1 wl-4... at ^ e orsa.n.*The tapers! maids and carried white satin cov- tables a na bridal table were Mrs. Harold ' Ohlendorf. Mrs. Stuart Critchfield of Halls. Tenn., Mrs. John B. White. Mrs. Richard Crom- - lighted by Josephine "Sesraves I ered baskets from which blush . "Susan Stewart-of Monroe. La.,!rose petals were strewn along the niece of the groom. ! bride's path to the altar. •rira dresse^ were of 1 Best man was the Rev. Robert j er and Mrs. Henry Carney. Miss net' feat-arms remova- iShepperson of Fairbanks, La., Ush-iMary Jane Cruteher of Frenchman's -is' cor^as^s were i ers were Milton L, Wray of Memphis, Bayou had charge of the bride's " " '' -' - ------ 'book. Later in the evening the young couple left for a wedding trip in Texas, the bride wearing a two piece y& ^tol^ 'ineir wins* corsitfeca vicic i— -— : —. of pink rose buds. ' I John D. Alexander of Bowling Gre,,, -, ,, • T - a -r^^m^- of ien, Kv.. Stuart Cntchfiela of Halls, Miss Robbie gene Jho^» '* j Teim .; and Edwani Stanford of Lux- Memphis sane Hanael s weaamg i Hymn, ora. The bride, given in marriage by her step-father, Roy L. Houck, wore an original Madamoiselle creation in misty crystaline nylon tulle over bridal white taffeta. The smooth-fitting empire bodice was closed in the back by miniature ^ tulle-covered buttons. : Three full gathered skirts, poised: over Dior hoops and taffeta petticoats, developed in voluminous fullness and feU into a chapel train. The waist-length triple tiered veil of misty blush illusion fell into decided points from a Madonna, scalloped cap of pleated illusion encrusted in bridal pearls. Her bouquet of white bride's roses and freesias cascaded from white satin streamers. Mrs. Sloas Matron of Honor Mrs. David Sloas of PortageviHe, Mo., the former Miss Annette Whistle of Blytheville, was Mrs. Stewart's matron of honor. She wore a tea- length gown in pure silk crystaiite in a delicate shade of pearl pink. The circular pleated skirt was worn over tiered petticoats. The strapless basque featured a finely pleated cuff across the front of the fabric and was pleated asymmetrically across the back of the bodice. A cover-up shrug jacket, with French push-up sleeves was fasten- The bride's mother chose a balle- j linen suit in charcoal' with chalk rina length gown in pink and star- white trim. She pinned a white or- light blue ombre over blush pink chid at her shoulder. Her accesso- ta ff e | a< jj er accessories were in ries were in black patent. NFMS Conducts Meeting Here Members of the Nazarene For- - eign Missionary Society met at! Smn S er at ':30 p.m. the church Monday night. " Friday The- meeting was opened with group singing followed with prayer by Mrs. Mary Hayes. Mrs. throughout the entertaining rooms, j In the games played during the j "^Mrn'nd "Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and evening winners were Miss Ra- j son> j erry . f have returned from mona Crafton, high, Mrs. J. L.: Su Louis and Belleville, HI. In Westbrook, second high, and Miss; st _ L OU i S they visited their son, Betty Ann Harber, bridgo. ! - _..•-. — .-j -a.^__, Coming Events THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League has regular meeting. Mrs. S. E. Torjusen entertains members of the Chillion Club. Young Women's Auxiliary of Tenn ; - returned to he r home yes- Trinity Baptist Church meets with' , fte - - nt several James Cecil Lowe, 31, and • attended the production of "Oklahoma." In Belleville, they attended a birthday dinner given for their son by Mr. and Mrs. Emmett R. Kimes, Sunday. Dr and Mrs. John Allison and daughter, Alice Blythe. of Chicago, are guests of Dr. Allison's father, J. P. • Allison, and family. Mrs. Ida Maner of Dyersburg, Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Members of the C and N Birthday Club meet with Mrs. R. E. Harold Thompson, over the meeting. The devotional was Sr., presided given by Mrs. J. Louis Emmert and those terday after having spent several days here visiting 'Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Mr. Karnes. and Mrs. J. D j ue- she pinned a cym- Following their honeymoon, Mr. taking part on program were 1 ,7:30. Methodist church at 3 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. A. C. Haley. Mrs. H. L- Hunter and Mrs. Elsie F. Fisk. •' The Stitch and Chatter Club, meets with Mrs. Harvey Doris ati T. Hipp and Wheeler Gracey have returned from Borger, Tex., and Raton, N M-, where they visited relatives. School has a picnic at the Earl Following the supper, the evening was spent in square dancing and informal entertainment. Calvary Baptist Group Meets Here The Business Women's Circles of the Calvary Baptist Church met at the church last night. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Jim Ross and the program was under the direction of Mrs. Larry Byrum. Those assisting Mrs. Byrum with the program were Miss Ellen Moore, Miss Lucinda Cole. Mrs. H. J. Fondren and Mrs. Mark Anderson. Mrs. Fondren dismissed the group with prayer. Miss Cooper Honored at Shower Here Miss Ruthie Cooper was honored with a bridal shower last night by Miss Martha Graham. Winners in the games played during the evening were Misses Louis* Baughman and Gracey Lee. The hostess served refreshments of party foods and iced drinks at the* conclusion of the games, Octave Bridge Club Has Meeting Mrs. Leon Denning: entertained members of the Octave Bridge Club last night at the pixie Pig. Winners in the bridge games played during the evening were Mrs. Phillip Applebaum, high, and Mrs. Garth Castlio, second high. A salad course was served by the hostess. Club Has Meeting ^ iiwi .»- - r -~ -— , The Lone Oak Home Demonstra- Wildy Farm at Leachville following j tion Club met at the Club House bidium orchid corsage on her mat- and Mrs. Stewart will live in Aus- ching purse. (tin. Tex., where Mr. Stewart will Mrs. L. C. Hudson, the bride's j be a junior at Presbyterian Theo- grandmother, was attired in a blue i logical Seminary. OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK ; ««««B»» •»«•—-••«••*••"--••-•«•••••••••*•«»•••»••**••«• 2 SHOWS EVERY NITEf RAIN OR SHINE! 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