The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1952 · Page 4
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May 12, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER MONDAY, MAY 12, 1952 Pat Mullins4 Society Editor MARRIED — Mr. and Mrs. Oral Winston Edwards exchanger! nuptial vows yesterday at the First Baptist Church with the Rev. David JlcPeake officiating. f Sirs. Edwards is the former Miss Annie Christine Austin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jefferson Austin, and lie is Die .'on of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie I/. Edwards of Rector. Miss Annie Christine Austin Is Bride of Oral Winston Edwards At 2 p.m. Sunday at the First : over Ilic hands to km-c-lf-nsth. Baptist Church. Miss Annie Chris- j Loslip Erhvarrls of Memphis serv- iine Austin and Oral Winston Eci- [ cri hfs b]-other as best man. Billy wards exchanged nuptial vows in | Tomlinson anrt Kenneth Story were the presence of n large number of Baccalaureate Services Held Yesterday marked the annual baccalaureate scrvifs held at Luxora In the b){?h school nuriitorlu/n conducted by the Rev. Harold While, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Luxora. He was assisted by the Rev. Brib Woodward and ttie Rev. C. S. Hovell. The Rev. Mr. WliHe's message was "The Seven Pillars" and mu lc was by tho Luxora Hifjh School Choir. Selections were "Holy, Holy. Holy." "Praise Ye the Lord," and "I See Oort." Mrs. T. L. Stanford lucrl Chopin's "Prelude In A" and 'Tomp and Circumstance.' 1 for the recessional. Graduates Include Joe Taschall, Chester Limsforrt. Eloiw Richardson. Dnmon Jones, Janr McLendon, Vr-lina Hicks. Donnie Williams, nillie Sue Clark. Al/r«i Griffin, Kli-.:,-ihcth llanna. Johnny names, H.v/fii Ivioncy and Mildred H.itvkins, C'imiiiciicement exfirises will be conducted Thursday al 8 p.m. Coming Events Tuesday East Side Garden Club has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the Lake Street Methodist Church. Mrs. W. J. Wo»l- um is hostess and Mrs. A D. Priest Is program chairman. Charlevotx Chapter of DAR meets for a 1 pm. luncheon nt Hotel N'c- blc. Hoslewe. 1 ; are Mrs. F. B. Joyncr. Mrs. James B. Clark and Miss Cordelia Wilhite. Senlqr High School Parent- Teachers Association meets at. 3 p.m. fit the school preceded by an executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m OSCEOLA NEWS Jiy Bellye Nolle Sfarr Bride-lo-Bf Honored | ble Hotel in BlytheviHe. nunjj a sene.s of partie.s hoji-: iMis.s Day, u - eanng a tan and Murl RIchai-dson, who^beice linen suit, with burnt oranse trim, was presented a purple orchid and fi gift in silver. The small tables where the sixteen Guests were seated were centered with miniature wedding pro„..„„,..„„ ., cwsloiw. Attached to the tiny rach- honoring senior ] country home of Mrs. Worsley near i ways were corsaces of white carna- ' " - lions for each Btiest. Bridal green and \vhite was carried out in the floral arraneements orina Miss ivill be married to Joe Elkiiw of Blythenle Juno 4, 'Aas the miscellaneous shower given Friday, after-j noon when Mrs. Harry Worsley, ( Mrs. Paul J?.ck.<on and Miss Nora! Anne Jnciv-on entertained at the; Miss Richardson receii'erl in • white linen suit which featured A tea will follow mothers. Blytheville Civic Music Assocln-1 lion has 8 p.m. board meellnx at j ' the home of Mrs. W. L, Ilorner. ! black and white stripe tie. Her ac-Uhat adorned the buffet and large Jayceeites have 7:30 p m. meet- ; cessories were black. She wns pre-! tables. Imf 1 with Mrs. Lagronne Whittle i sented a corsase of pink carnations! Canasta followed the luncheon Mrs. J. F. Momandon is hostess j and a » lft '" her chosen pattern t and Mrs. Sam Williams anrt Mrs. to La Petite Club. of crystal by the hostesses. j Ed Chisenhall were the winners and Tuesday Ciub meets with Mrs. Centering the lare draped dinmq.; were presented ?ifts. Llovd Stickmon. tahle was a crystal bowl filled with i Canasta Club Meets Mrs. James C. Guard entertains i delicate shades of summer (lowers. | All members were present Thurs- entertalns Tri-Town Bridge Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Country Club. Wednesday Sudbtiry PTA has 3 p.m. meetiiiH , „. ,. ... preceded by an executive board Standing on a miniature is the was From the pink and blue streamers which extended to ihe corners of the table w-ere colonial bridal bou- f[iiets in miniature flowers and. tied with fluffs of blue maline. altar friends and relatives. The Rev. David McPeake officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs,' Frank JefTersnn Austin, • nd Mr. Edwards Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie L. Edwards of Rector. Forming the setting for Ihe wedding party was an arch entwined with foliage and studded with white ushers. Mrs. v Anstin chore for her daughter's tttarriiii»(* an aftnrnoim i-ov.n of imvy lacp with white acce?,En- She was prc.se nt eel a purple orchid for her shoulder. Mrs. Ed words, who wnre n suit fashioned of navy blue with white accessories, also pinned a purple orchid at her shoulder. Following n wedding trip to Hot Spri Bits of News in>.4 IN (JCKMA.VV Mrs. Hnheit Z. Grimrs and children, Dale Lfic and M;-ry Susan aie nw in Germany where th'.\v Jiave Joined the?, husbanrl and father, .Major Grimes of the Air Force, who fs stationed at Wiesbaden. Mrs, GrimcA is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore, formerly of filythevllle. Armorel Baptists Meet; New Member (Buffet Luncheon | Honors Guest A buffet luncheon was given yesterday in the home of Mrs, John Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson and j Thursday for a monthly missionary Wasner honoring Mrs. J. H. Kueter ' pre:>- who arrived Friday from Margauita R. C Allrn was the guo.st of his mother, Mrs. R. C. Allen, over the j week end. He is a student at Van- j Vounpr Women's Association derhilt. i the Armorcl Bapti'5.1 Church of met i meeting at 2:30 p.m. This I: final meeting of the year and Installation of new officer B will be rondiietfd at the school. D Etonian Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a,rn. meeting at Hotel Noble, Mrs. Robert I. Thompson entertains CIB. Chapter "D" of PEO meets with Mrs. C. S. Stevens for a 1 p.m. luncheon in her home at C-rider. Mrs. A. B. Reese Js hostess to Town and Country Club. Mrs. Jesse M. white has meeting of Club Eight at her home. Thursday Mrs. Lynn Hughes is hostess to La Nucve. Thursday Mvra Jane, of West Memphis were week end Bursts nf her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, Car] Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Kmirlscn left Saturday [or Harmony, Minn., to atleml the funeral of his mother. Ramond Zachry was called to DcQiieen ycfifcrday because of Ihe critical illness of his sister. Miss Lora Zfichry. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Salibrt had as their week end guesr.<; their rtanch- | (cr, Mrs. Joe Favati. and Mr. Fa- program with nine members fint, Mis?. Mary Frances Hall Is new member and Miss Juanita Williams visited. The program. "The Hardest Place," was opened ivith a prayer by Mlrfi Margie Heard which wa Canal Zone, to be the guest of her siBter.s, Mrs. Wagner, Mrs. Tom Burns and Mrs. Agnes Lane and families. Out of to'.vn and ] and Mr?. Mrs, included Mr. I Mary Loulso Wagner and Vale Iris. Puffs of white satin were arranged Rt the top center of the • rch. A stately white, Iloor basket of white peonies nnd fern tied with whit* satin stood on each side of the arch. Presenting * program of nuptial music were Mifks Pat Mullins, vocalist, and Larry T. Moore, Jr., organist. Mr. Moore's selections, were "Traumerie" by Schumann, "Prayer 11 by Boelmann, "Barcarolle" by Hoflman, the traditional wedding marches and "Andante CantabUe" by Tschftikowsky. Miss Mmlhis, who wore a sheer orchid duster over rose linen, .snug "Because" nnd "Thr Lord's Prayer." Hrr hat was orchid and other accessories white She Was presented a purple orchid MB id of honor nnrt only feminine attendant was MtAs Kalherlne Austin who rcr? H navy lace afternoon gown featuring rhlnestone trim and white accessories/ She wore a small white hat and pinned ft purple orchid at her shoulder. The bride was gowned in a ballerina length dress fashioned of pure \vhile_ organdy and lace which featured a"sweetheart neckline and moulded bodice. The skirt WHS full j with embroidery inset ts. She wore H tiny white hat and white acccs- eoricK, On the small white Bible. rings and points In the Ozarks. lcr ' , ' ^ , th • the couple will be at home at 1U iV^L?' .^^V : thcir Son ' S. Broarfwny. For traveling the bride worn H rod }mpn .suit with white RCCPSSO- rtc.i nnrt pinned thc> white orchid from her bridal nosegay at her shoulder. Out-of-'fown guests Included Mr. nnrt Mrs, Edwards from Rector, Lcs- Saliba of HI, Louis; nnd Mrs, SM- Iba's nephew, Dr. Constantino SM- Iba. Mrs. Saliba and chllrt of Atlanta, Ga. Mrs, C. \V. Gajrlcan anri Mrs, Matt Monaghan Uiok Miss Gay followed with a devctlonal by Miss] Maxln£ PfirrLsh. Others on program I Mary Louise Wagi were Miss Evn Alsup. Mb*; Margaret | Rncker of Lcpanto. Alsup, Miss Marple Beard and Mis. Luella Alsup. Miss Eva Alsup dismissed with prayer. Carl Baws and son, Mr. Wallace Norman, Miss Rook. Club has meeting with Mrs. W, B. Mayo, bridal scene in china figurines. Opening of the gifts followed a contest \n which Mrs. Orvtlle Elkins Jr., of Blytheville won the jirize. Traditional wedding cake with "Joe and Murl" in outline j atcp the small cakes and Ice cream ! was served the 35 guests who attended. Other out-of-town guests were Mrs. Orvillc Elkins, Sr., Mary Louise Elkins. Miss June Freeman, and Miss Evelyn Bowen, all of Blythe- Mlss Par Honored Another in A series of parties i for bride-elect Miss June Day was I the beautifully appointed luncheon ] given Wednesday by Miss June i \Vclhorn. Miss Mary Elizabeth Bal- day afternoon when the Town and Country Canasta CJub met with Mrs. Searcy Mean*. Talisman roses centered the dining tables and were used with blue Dutch iris in floral decorating. In mid-afternoon, Mrs. Mears served a salnd plate and Iced tea. In the games of canasta, Nfrt. David. Lanev won hi^h score. Auxiliary to Meet The American Legion Auxiliary - u-jl! meet Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Emmet Wilson, Sr., with Mrs. Walter Blshoff as eo- hoste&s. Mrs. W. S. Hendrix will preside In the absence of the president, Mrs. Harry Jones, Sr. Plans will be made for Poppy Day, May 30. Personal* Lt, and Mrs. William Bagby, on their wedding trip, stopped over In , OsceoU for a visit with Lt. Bagby't 1 father, Herman Bagby and Mr*. Bagby. Lt. Bagby received his commission last month and will be sta- Blytheville Duplicate B r 1 d g e i leau and Mtss Evelyn Jean PisBJ tior ? ed ftt Cam P Chaffee at Ft. League meets at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Alex Curtis entertains Ki- Gsrrlgnn to Memphis t/rday. She will be the cuest of Dr, and Mrs. lic Edwards of Memphis, Mr. nnd< ci . vdc Croswcll for_ the week nnd Mrs. R. M. Lcgault and family of Little Rock, Mrs. Wayne McCartney and dfuiflhler. Deborah Jo, of Rector, and Clcatis. and Bobby Edwards of Rector. Mothers' Day Luncheon Held The Alpha Deltn Chapter cnter- Saturday nt the Rustic Inn with their annual Mothers' Day luncheon. Approximately 40 members, mothers, and RUests were present. Mrs. T. A. Folgcr introduced her Rlicst who was Mrs. William Wyatt. woman of the year, who gave t h e invocation, Mrs, nick Watson WAS sorority will represent Blytheville ns a member of (he royal court In the Gotten Carnival and will participate In the carnival actlvltlties dur- Ini? the coming week. Mr. and Mrs. W. E Wallace and son, Cicnn. spent the weekend In Fayetteville. where they vlsltcct their son, Kdu-in, a student at University of Arkansas. Mrs. Hugh WhJtt.^tt and daughter Gall, niily Miller and Don Wallace spent tbe. week end In Shef- where they had a picnic supper Thursday night. Their activities were further extended with a trip to the zoo in Memphis on Friday. Whilc In the states. Mrs. Kuetcr pJan.s to visit her daughter, Mrs. Mary Alice Silva of Boonevitle. Ark., and sisters, Mrs. E. A- Meyers of Memphis nnd Mrs. Edward Lewey of West Helena, and families. Read Courier News Classified Ads Jaycees Club Scene Of Variety Club The Jaycees Club was the scene Saturday night for a meeting of the Variety Club. HosUi for the occasion were Mr. and Mi's. Lynn Brown and Mr. and Mrs. James NebhiU. Gucsrs included Mr. and Mrs. Worth Holder, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Knehler of Dell. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Walters, and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Barnes erf Memphis. when they entertained at the N T o- Barbecue* Supper Given in Home The Volunteer Training Union of the calvary Baptist Church had Its annual barbecue supper Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Anderson on Clear Lake Avenue. Mrs. P. H. jernigan led the opening prayer and the RJ?V. P. H. Jernigan presented a devotional which was followed by sentence prayer. The evening was spent Informally- Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones, ST., spent Mothers' Day with their daughter, Mr*. John DeBlols and family In Lake Charles, LH. They will also visit Mrs. Stanley Jones In Texarkana. Tex. Mrs. Stanley Jones Is residing there while her husband is in Korea. Mrs. George Snyder and daughter, Miss Jane Adams, of Chapel Hill. N. C., will arrive Sunday for a visit with Mrs. John White, Sr., and family. The only cleansing recommended for turquoise jewelry is gently wiping with a chamois skin. Hostess. Tiip lonp tables wcrn centered with runners nf ivy and larRe hou- she carried a pine white orchid i quets nf yellow roses, surrounded by white carnniion.s and \ Each mother and cucst present as presented a yellow rose cift of china. illusion. Satin streamers lied at in- j tervals with French knots cascaded ! So Colorful In Stripes At the Hospitals nlytltrrille Hospital Ruth Jonr>. Gicy. Mrs. Hnilry Jenkins. City. Mr>. Raymond Tweedy and ba Huffman. Mrs. Geiatd SmUh, I.pnrhvillc, A. J. C.Tldwrll. City. Walls Hospital i-mix-rd: Mr- \\r-\\ Bumc. City. Omy Tallcy. Cnv. M; r - i: M Mitlian. Rt. \ Lnn:'ip;\ S'n:''U)i. Clt v, Ml-v J. O. Maftli^vR. City. Mr. 1 -. Vivcil Ov/rn. City. Meld, A]i\.v J --a&~guesl5 of Mr. anrt Mrs, Bryan .^nley and Marty. Mr, and Mrs, lulns Davis and children Reba Gail aJid Rickey of Sikpston. Mo. were week end guests of his parents, Mr, and Mrs, R. E. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. H. C Buck spent the week end in Poplnr Bluff, Mr>. with his mother nnri brother, Mrs. Flo Buck find son, Sam. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cope-land and Ricky of Memphis were week end Riiests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. and J. W. Fields. James Cecil Lowe Tl, was the Mothers' Day pucst of his parcnt.s. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lowe. He is a student at Washington University ! in St. Louis. Mrs. W. F. Cooley of FayeUrville was the week end purst of her par- rnt.s. Mv. and Mrs. M. T. Moon. ,inri Jirr si.slrr. Mrs. .}. C. I.owr. Mrs. J. H. Kueter arrived f>iriay from Mnrcaiiita, Canal Zone, to be the cm\M. of her sisters. Mrs. John ^\^'^£rn^r. Mrs. Tntn Burns Rnrt Mrs, Agnes L^ne aiid (a mi lies. ' Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission !)c & 3flc At All Times Brian Dunlev.v Claire Trevor LAST TIMES TODAY —Pius- Paramount News Cartoon Comedy I,AST TIMES TODAY Double Teaturc RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Frank Whitworth AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Wednesday-Thursday-Friday IG DAYS! 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