The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1955 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLl (ARK.) COURIER NEW! - Society News - .in. M.IWv S/v-ior.v Ertir/ir * *" c HiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 EXCHANCi VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lee Carter are shown following their marriage Sunday at the First Baptist Church in Leachville. Mrs. Carter is the former Miss Betty Jean Swihart, d»ughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lee Swihart of Leachville. Mr. Carter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Carter of Leachville and Elaine. Jerry Carter, Miss Swihart Wed In Baptist Church in Leachville In a ceremony at the First Baptist Church in Leachville Sunday Miss Betty Jean Swih»rt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lee Swihart of Leachville, became the bride of Jerry Lee Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Carter of Leachville and Elaine. The Rev. Harold White, pastor, officiated at the exchange of vows. White floor baskets filled with white gladioli and white Fugii chrysanthemums before a background of greenery and white wrought iron , candelabra formed the background for the wedding party. Huckleberry was used to decorate the candelabra which held glowing white cathedral tapers. Mrs. Stanley Hancock, organist, 'and Mist Jo Ann Baker, vocalist, presented the nuptial music. Miss Baker's selections included "Always," by Berlin; "Because," by dBardelot and during the exchange of vows "I Love You Truly," by Bond wa* heard. Mrs. Hancock's selections included the traditional wedding marches. She wore a pink . afternoon dress ind white corsage. The soloist was dressed in a waltz length gown of cream colored lace over lemon taf- leU. She wore a whit* Fugii mum corsage. Mrs. Robert L. Pierce served as matron of honor and Miss Carol Euth Swihart, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were all of Leachvllle. Little Mary Jane Swihart, sister of the bride, served as flower girl. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of bridal white fashioned from an all-over flower design of Imported chantilly lace over white satin with an off- shoulder neckline outline with softly scalloped lace embroidered with iridescent sequins and seed pearls. The long sleeves tapered to polnte at the wrists and the bodice formed a V in front accented at the waistline by matching Jewels. The skirt was bouffant and highlighted by scalloped hemline which extended into a cathedral train. The waist length bridal veil of Imported French illusion fell from a contour jeweled crown. Mr. Carter served his son as best man. Ushers were Jim Iller of Baltimore. Md., Stacey Stephens of Fort Smith, Aldwln Carter Dryer of Jonesboro. Clay Kenward of Jonesboro, Billy Gene Carter of Leachville and Ray Thornton of Fayetteville. Candlelighters were Leon Swihart, brother of the bride, and Gordon Hiett of Leachville. The reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Reception assistants were Mrs. Hollis Thurmond, Mrs. J. D. Wells, Mrs. H. H. Howard, Mrs. Atherton Hiett, Mrs, Aldwin Dryer, Mrs. Bob Bryant. Mrs. Cleo Crooms was in charge of the brides book with Miss Ella Lea Wells presenting a musical program throughout the affair. The couple will make their home in Elaine. Those from Blythevllte attending Uie wedding were Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dicks, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Henderson, Mrs. Robert Killian, Miss Dixie Faye Killian and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendler. Sororities Make Plans For Card Benefit At a meeting of members representing the three chapters -of Beta Sigma Phi of Blytheville Wednesday night, plans were made for a dessert bridge-canasta benefit to be held by the sororities at Hotel Noble, Nov. 1. Mrs. Randal Hawks, city council president, was in charge of the meeting with Mrs. E. L. Boggs, chairman in charge of arrangements, appointing the following committees: Food, Mrs. Hawks, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Bob Blaylock and Mrs. Elwood Deen. Gifts, Mrs. John Demand, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Joe McHaney and Mrs. Dan McCasklll. Mrs. Ed Parks is chairman of the tickets committee with Mrs. Harold Doyle and Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., assisting her. Miss Millie Ann Mallory will serve as chairman of the decorations committee with Mrs. Jack Owens, Mrs. Jim Smothermon and Mrs. Dick Shanks as her assistants. Proceeds from this affair, which starts at 7:30 p.m., will be used for state convention which will be held here next spring and for the charitable projects of the organization. No Pictures Will Be Made from Sept. 26 to 30 and Oct. 2 to 7 Mr. Bearden Will Be at Arkansas State College. On These Dates LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY 419 W.'Main •' HOW COSTLY? I entente rid up to watt natty Hw P* MM. Fur- rikM, **n*n, dottws Md eltclriul ap^iincts «re wwtti b« mm). It Mrt» M it* k»«e MX*** tot mourn* wtien fill ttrikii. 1M M0tt bt tOIMfTW. NOBLE GILL AGENCY GLENCOE fLDG. 3-6866 Bits of News IfloiU Rush season is over at Arkansas State College in Jonesboro and the following students have pledged to sororities and fraternities: Sharon Hendrix of Osceola, Ann Hindman of Blytheville and Joan Wilson of Osceola have pledged Alpha Omicron Pi. Pledging Alpha Gamma Delta were Shirley Naile of Kennett, Linda Taylor of Caruthersville, Carolyn Bookout of Caruthersville, Mary Lee Bearden of Leachville, Lulu Belle Chandler of Senath, Jo Ann Chandler of Senath and Polly Deer of Blytheville. Carmen Carey of Blytheville and Peggy Zook of Keiser are new pledges of Phi Mu. Pledges of Sigma PI are Darrell E. Blocker of Leachville, Billy Joe Crowell of Leachville, James Robert Dean of Joiner, Paul Goble of Osceols, Tommy Glynn Manning of Hayti, Joseph T. Bauls of Leachville, Wayne Taylor of Manila and Russell Thomason of Osceola. Harvey Lynn Seymour of Joiner joined the Tau Kappa Epsilon with Lowell K. Gwaltney of Joiner, Doyle Wayne Newsome of Caruthersville and Robert Dale Pelts of Kennett pledging Sigma Phi Epsilon. Pi Kappa Alpha pledges are Jerry Blackwood of Hornersville, Larry Bradley of Blytheville, Howard L. Cissell of Wilson, Tommy M. Hipp of Leachville and Larry W. Horner of Manila. Hugh Hopper will return to George Peabody College in Nashville Sunday. He will be motored there by his brother, T. C. Hopper, and Mrs. Hopper. Mrs. Marvin Lane and Mrs. Charlie Hart will spend.the weekend in Memphis visiting Mrs. Lane's husband, who is a patient in Kennedy Veterans Hospital. While there Mrs. Lane and Mrs. Hart will be the houseguests of Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Ellis. A/3c William Phillips, who has been stationed at Lackland Air Force Base, is visiting his wife and grandmother, Mrs. L. T. Moore. He was motored here by his brother, T/Sgt. jack B. Phillips of Mineral Weils, Tex., who remained for a short visit. Airman Phillips will leave for Wichita Palls, Tex., over the weekend for his next assignment. Mrs. Emilie Trammel of Bassett was admitted to Osceola Memorial Hospital Thursday for treatment. She is the niece of Mrs. C. R, Colline of Blytheville. She is in Room 151. C. B. Collins, who has been ill at his home with flu, is reported to be improved. Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Seliba and daughter, Mella. and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Huddleston and children, Martha and LeRoy, Jr., will leave this afternoon for Little Rock. They are going especially to attend the University of Arkansas-Oklahoma A. and M. football game tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. C. 8. Daggett ot Marianna, Who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dick J. White, and family, left today to return to her home. Mr. and Mn. Wiley Webb of Jackson, Mo., returned to their home today after a visit here witn hl« nephew, A. H. Webb, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rockefeller TO BECOME BRIDE — In a ceremony to be solemnized Oct. 8, Miss Gloria Tate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tate of Memphis, former Blytheville residents, will become tha bride of Eugene Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Robinson of Burdette. (Photo by Mason) Engagement of Miss Gloria Tate To Eugene Robinson Is Told Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tate of Memphis, former Blytheville residents, today announce the engagement of their daughter, Gloria, to Eugene Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Robinson of Burdette. The wedding will take place at the Park Avenue Baptist Church in Memphis, Oct. 8. Pathfinders Class Installs Officers Pathfinders Sunday School Class of First Methodist Church held an installation dinner last night in Fellowship Hall of the church with 60 members in attendance. E. A. Porter, superintendent, installed the following officers: Robert McGraw, president; Marcus G'aines, vice-president; Mrs. Hildred Bunch, secretary; Mrs. Talph Todd, treasurer. The dinner was served from tables overlaid with white linen cloths and centered with attractive arrangement* of fall flowers. Hostesses were Mrs. Mary Droke, Mrs. Byron Moore, Mrs. Harold Wright, Mrs. Leonard Oldman, Mrs. John Chlldress and Mrs. Qaines. The Rev. and Mrs. Harold Eg- genspeiger -were special guests. of Monongahela, Penn., are visiting her sister, Mrs. Elsie F. Flsk. They are en route to Portland, Ore., to make their future home. CE/1 and Mrs. James E. Robertson of Port Huenene, Calif., announce the birth of a daughter, Coretta Rudell, Sept. 12. Mr. Robertson is the son of George Robertson of Blytheville. He attended Blytheville High School before entering the Navy in 1941. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Oxford left yesterday for their home In Battle Creek, Mich., after spending the past several days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Oxford. Charles W. Belknap, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Belknap of Blytheville, has enrolled in the school of Theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. Found Only at Whitsitt's Th«shaped eoatdress. Any woman who loves a smart simple cut will welcome this wonderful cord cotton. Polka dot scarf Brightens new collarless neckline. Crease-resistant. Black, navy, brown. 12 to 20 and custom lizes for the shorter figure !2Cto20C. 17.95 its VMsitt's "Because You Like Smart Things" Miss Tate is a graduate of Humes High School in Memphis and attended nursing school at St. Joseph Hospital there. She is now a surgical technician at Chickasawba Hospital in Blytrieville. The bride-elect U. the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Green and Mrs. A. E. Tate and the late Mr. Tate, all of Dell. ' Mr. Robinson is a graduate ot Blytheville High School and is now a contractor for Floyd Simpson. The groom-elect is the grandson of W. H. Duncan and the late Mrs. Duncan of Qulttman and the late Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson of Higdon. A spring hat? How wonderful. But this is one hat that needn't stand the test of seasons. However silly it is, if you like it and you can afford it, buy it. There'll be another next year if you decide this is too foolish by summertime. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER >e, 1961 Coming Events TUESDAY, S*pt IT Orpheui Club meeting with Mn. 0. M. Smart. Mrs, J. Wllwn Henry, co-hostess. A shower curtain nook InMrtcd In the hole in a broom htndlt mokes it easy to hang. CANADIAN VISITORS — Mrs. Zula Fowlkes of Caruthersville is shown entertaining Mrs. William Seigel and Mrs. Stanley Hunt of Pembroke, Ontario, Canada, who spent last week in Caruthersville. This picture was made at a meeting of the SeMo Club. Mrs. Seigel and Mrs. Hunt were on a goodwill tour for the National Federated Women's Club. (Photo by Sanders) Yom Kippur To be Observed At Temple Israel Jews everywhere will observe the pay of Atonement or Yom Kippur, the most sacred holiday in the Jewish religious year, from Sunday night until Monday evening at sundown. Yom Kippur Services will be conducted at Temple Israel by Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of the Temple, at 8 p.m. Sunday, at 10:30 a.m. Monday and at 2:45 p.m. Monday. At the Sunday night services, called Kol Nidre, the topic of the rabbi's sermon will be "To Forgive Is Divine." Monday morning the rabbi will preach on "Jonah's Three Failures," and in the afternoon he will deliver a memorial sermon "Living Memorials." The Temple choir will assist the rabbi in these three services. The Jeiwsh military personnel of the Blytheville Air Force Base Is cordially invited to attend these services. For the nicest kind of flattery, wear a pure lastex girdle under your swimming suit this summer. But be sure you're wearing it when yo'u go to buy the new suit. You may want a smoother model If you're going_to look so thin. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Mr. and Mrs. Roland Rbunsaville Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! to KLCN at 10:16 ».m. and 4 p.m. for Bitz & Roxj Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY H-G-M's "INTERRUPTED MELODY" DRAMATIC '•" COLOR and CINEMASCOPE KNCE! GLENN FORD • ELEANOR PARKER PARAMOUNT NEWS & SHORT SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature B CARTOON "REFORMED WOLF" SUNDAY & MONDAY Find your name in our nil and b* our guest to see "How to Be Very, Very Popular" Mr. »nd Mrs. Herman H. Storey Jr. PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS Brides-Elect Honored With Kitchen Shower Two brides-elect. Miss Gloria Tate and Miss Carol Ann Ladner, were complimented Wednesday night when Mrs. Ed Townsend entertained with a kitchen shower at her home. Small silver bowls of marigolds, dahlias and cox comb were used to decorate the entertaining rooms of the Townsend home with refreshments being served from a table overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with a mixed arrangement of fall flowers. Planking the centerpiece were white tapers in silver holders. Novelty corsages were presented to the honorees. Miss Tate won? (or the occasion and ice blue faille dress with pink accessories and Miss Ladner was dressed in a printed paisley cotton with black accessories. Mrs. B. T. Ladner, mother of Miss Ladner, and Mrs. Roy Sheppard, with whom Gloria makes her home, were special guests at the party. In the party games played Mrs. Nola Knight and the brides-elect were winners. The hostess was assisted in serving by Mrs. Harold Kellem. /t's a way o] HOLDING HANDS FOREVER V The chanc« ire nearly tfcnc H MM that your wife will survive you. tf •)» doe* she will have ovn • husdi»ii heart-rending duties to pufom «U within twenty-four hour*. 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