The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 17, 1956 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLTTHEVILL*-4AMk) COURIER , JAHPAKTlT.il*. ' ' ' " <—^^^ - Society News - . inn Mallorv. Society Editor * Pno MlM MiHU Ann Miltory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 iXCHANGI VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray Wise . are pictured at the reception given in their honor following their marriage Saturday at the Church of the Nazarene. Mrs: Wise is the former Melba Jean Fisher, daughter of Mr . Homer Fisher of Blytheville. Mr. Wise is the son of Mrs. Tim Brantley of Silver Springs, Md., and the late J. Jewel Wise of Blythevffle. (Photo by Mason) Larry Pankey spent the weekend in Memphis. He was joined there by a former Army friend, Ma]. J. H. Farr of Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Pankey and Major Parr served together in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reed and daughter Debbie left yesterday Jor their home in Downing, Calif., after a visit here with her mother, Mrs. Leona Jenkins, her sister, Mrs. Raymond Bomar, and other relatives. Miss Carolyn Kemp of Oxford, Miss:, spent the past week here visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Blanche Busby, and other rela- Charles Ray Wise, Miss Fisher Married in Nazarene Church Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day and daughter Donna and Mr. and Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., and son Mason, m, are. in Lutesville, Mo., today to attend funeral services for the two Mr. Day's uncle, Avery Day. They were accompanied,to Lutesville by Norman Day, of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bryant led this morning for a vacation in Florida. Manila Coup/a Exchange Marriage Vows Studies and Dewtionals Given Methodist WSCSCircles A study entitled "The Confessions of St. Augustine" waf given at the meeting of Women's Society of Christian Service Circles of First Methodist Church yesterday. MANILA — Mr. and Mrs; Alva Brown announce the wedding of their daughter. Sue to Pfc. Bill I Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wearing a chantffly lace over satin gown Miss Melba Bell of caraway. They *« re m "' _.. s ,:"ri" _•-,... -_j «i._ TI™». iri^hai- ho. ried at the home of Elder C. N. King near 'Jonesboro. The bride wore a white street frock with black accessories. Miss Shirley Moyer of Mffligan in a brown suit with avocado green accessories-and Bill Gray of Caraway were their attendants. The bridal pair stayed in Jonesboro for a-short honeymoon. The groom will leave this weekend to report for duty at Fort Meade, Md. Mrs. Gray will stay with her parents. \ytaXlllli A t^Uculllllj xav^ wvti ooviii {>*"•" "*— .Jean Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fisher, became the bride pt Charles Ray Wise of Blytheville, son of Mrs Tim Brantley of Silver Springs, Md., and the late J. Jewel Wise of Blytheville, in a ceremony solemnized Saturday. Vow* were exchanged at 5 p.m. •t the Church ol the Nazarene with the Rev. J. Louis Emmert, pastor, officiating. . Th» bride's gown featured a staad-iJip collar which formed a V neckline 'and a bouffant scallop akirt through which ran rows of ruffled net. Her fingertip veil fell from a matching lace shell hat and she earried a whit* Bible topped with a single white orchid. Mrs. Ira Gaines, pianist, and Miss Donna Lou Smith, vocalist, presented music. , program of nuptial Miss Mary Ann Fisher served as maid of honor with Miss Zetha Fisher and Mr*. George Brothers •ervtog as taper lighters. Mi» Mary Ann Fisher wore a frock of pink taffeta overlaid by matching net. The gown worn over period hoops, featured a scoop neckline and houffant skirt. The taper lighters wore identical Mission Book Continued at WMU Circles ' The mission book, "Who Are They," was continued yesterday when Women's Missionary Union Circles of First Baptist Church met. Circle One met at the home of Mrs. Charles Frank Pitts, with 12 members, two new members, Mrs. Ouj Burks and Mrs. Gordon Harris, and two visitors, Mrs. Carl •andusky and Mrs. Robert McHaney, present. Mrs. McHaney taught the study. Mrs. Hoy Head taught the book When 17 members of Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. Franklin Atkinson. Mrs, Harry Snow was a new member and Mrs. Grover Snyder and Mrs. Kendall Berry were visitors when Circle Three met with Mrs. Hays Sullivan. The book review was led by Mrs. Charles Bay Newcomb. Circle Four met at the home of Mrs. Randal Hawks with 11 members and one new member, Mrs. Lloyd Albritton, present. Mrs. Dick Bednar was in charge of the review. Nine members and one new member, Mrs. Dwight McDowell. of Circle Five were entertained at the home of Mrs. James Fisher. Mrs. Theodore Logan taught the mission study. Circle Six met with Mrs. Tom Jackson with Mrs. C. L. Evans teaching the book. Twelve members and one visitor, Mrs. Ed Foster, were in attendance. Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Jr., gave the mission book when Circle Seven met •t the home of Mrs. W. Marion Williams. Term members were present. Circle Nine met last night at the home of Mrs. J. M. Cleveland with Mrs. Raymond Schmuck reviewing the book. gowns in shades of blue. The maid of honor's bouquet was a nosegay of white carnations with the taper lighters wearing gardenia corsages. Eugene Robinson served as best man with James Thorn serving M usher. Mrs. Fisher wore for her daughter's marriage a grey suit with black accessories and orchid-corsage. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents with the bride'* table being centered with the traditional wedding cake. Carnations encircled the base of the cake with white tapers burning in silver candelabra being used on either end of the table. Mrs. George Brothers and Mrs. Eugene Robinson were reception assistants. The couple leit on an undisclosed Wedding trip, the bride wearing a beige suit with sable brown accessories and the orchid from her bouquet. Upon their return they will make their home at 111 East Rose In Blytheville. New Members Present at LakeStreet WSCS Mrs. J. F. Scrape, Mrs. Buddy Stiles and Mrs. Jerry Shelton.were all new members last night when Lake Street Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met. Twenty members and one visitor. Mrs. Kate Martin, were also present for the meeting. Mrs. George shanks presided with Mrs. Gertrude Hollman having charge of the program entitled "Changeless Gospel in A Revolutionary Age." Assisting with the program were Mrs. O. J. Rodgers, Mrs. P. B. Jarrett, Mrs. Mitchell Sanford, Mrs. Viola Morris and Mrs. Mary Scrape. Mrs. Rodgers and Mrs. Lexie Gav were hostesses in the social hour. Miss'lva Jean Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Hall, and Acie Jo Effenger, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Effenger, of Manila, were united in marriage at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Sweet. The Rev. Mr. Sweet read the ceremony in the-presence of relatives and friends. ,. Their attendants were Mrs. Beatrice Hill, sister of the bride, and Roy Hall, cousin'of the bride. The young couple will make their home in Manila where the groom is employed. "ANDEAN HANNIBAL" f Gen. Jose de San Martin received the name of "Hannibal of the Andes" because he came from his native Argentina with a body of troops, over the mountains, to help Chile win her independence. Mrs. Harold Jonea Couple Exchanges Vows in Caruthermlle C A R U T H E R S V I L L E—— Miss Mary Alice Jordan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Jordan, recently became the bride of Harold Jones, son of Mr. and . Mrs. Bernie Jones, all of Caruthersvllle, at Eastwood Memorial Methodist Church here. . . . The Rev. Floyd Brower read the vows at ceremonies attended by the families and close friends. . Miss Jordan wore a white faille suit with white accessories, and a corsage of white carnations. I Miss Joan Featherston of Portageville was the attendant and Gary Proctor of CaruthersvUle was best man. After a brief wedding trip to Memphis, the couple moved into an apartment on West Third Street here. -, Mrs. Jones is a senior at the high school and plans to graduate this May. . . Mr. Jones was graduated from CHS in 1951, and served in the Army for three years. He is presently employed at Chris-Craft. Trinity Baptist WMU Has Royal Service Program Twenty members and one visitor, Mrs. J. C. Jewel, of Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Union met at the church yesterday for a Royal Service program. Mrs. Henry McCain was in charge of the program which was entitled, "We Give Thee But Thine Own." Those taking parts on program were Mrs. McCain, Mrs. Bert Soss, Mrs. Bill Cook, Mrs. John Nelson, Mrs. W. C. West. Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Henry Berry led the prayer. Mrs. Marcus Gaines gave this study when 19 members, two visitors, Mrs. Harold Bggensperger and Mrs. L. E. Old, and one new member, Mrs. S. T. Jennings, ol .Circlt One met at the home of Mrs. I. R. Coleman. Co-hostess to this circle was Mrs. Paul jobe. Mrs. Jack Robinson gave the devotional. Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. James Hill Jr.. with Mrs. H. L. Harp co-hostess. Nineteen members were present. ' . Mrs. Hill gave the devotional »nd Mrs. W. A. HolUngsworth taught the study. Mrs. D. C. Palford was co-ho«- tess when 17 members and two visitors Mrs. Leon Bums and Mrs. Hattie Rutledge of Steele, of Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. F. E. Scott. The devotional was given by Mrs. B. A. Nelson with Mrs. Newton Whitis teaching the study. Fifteen members, one visitor. Mrs. W. W. Workman, and one new mem- ber, Mrs. T. E. Geeslin, of Circle Four met at the home of Mrs.Jamse C. Guard. The hostess gave the devotional and Mrs. B. A. Lynch the study Circle Five met with Mrs. W. T. Rainwater with 14 members and one visitor, Mrs. Hugh Parnell, of For rest City present. Mrs. W. I. Denton brought to devotional with Mrs. Rainwater hav. ing charge of the study. • Mrs. D. E. Wimberly gave 'the devotional and Mrs. W.'W. Blackwood the study when Circle Six met with Mrs. James L. Guard. Mrs. C. W. Alfred was co-hostess to the IS members and visitor, Mrs C. C. Czechin Jr. . Circle Seven met with Mrs. C. D Booth with 13 members and two new members, Mrs. Charles Mosley and Mrs. William B. Welch, hi attendance. Giving the devotional was Mrs Milton Barrett with Mrs. Cecil Kelly giving the study. "The Christian Plome," Topic Of Study at Presbyterian Circles "The Christian Home" was the Bible.lesson taught yes terday when circles of the Women of the Presbyterian Church met. • Circle One met at the home of Mrs. John Cherry with 10 members and three visitors present. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty gave the lesson with Mrs. Johnny Marr discussing Christian Relations. Mrs. W. A. Dobyns and Mrs. George Yates were hostesses to 16 members and one visitor of Circle Two at the home of Mrs. Walter Day yesterday. . The lesson was taught by Mrs. Harvey Kidd and Mrs. Farris McCalla led the discussion. Sixteen members of Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. J. A. Sa- Gosnell 4-H Club Officers Have Meeting Roy Baker presided yesterday when officers of the Gosnell 4-H Club met. . . These members voted to have a 4-H meeting for all members next Monday in Gosnell Baptist Church dining rooms. Plans for the coming year's wore will.be made at that time. liba with. Mrs. Eddie Saliba co hostess. , Mrs. Alice WOmack gave the Bibl lesson and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson was in charge of the discussion. Circle Four met at the home o Mrs. Bog Logan lor a -12:30 lunch eon. Mrs. Floyd Whitner was co hostess to the 13 members and thre visitors present. Mrs.; 'Ed Tune and Mrs. Fred Sandefuc- were in charge of th program! Mrs. Spencer Alexander was hos tess last night to 11 members an two visitors, Mrs. C. M. Gray an Mrs. Edgar Borum, of Circle Five The devotional was brought br Mrs. Russell Mosley with Mrs. Cur tiss Anderson presenting the pro gram. Circle Six -met last night wit Mrs. Walter Day.- Teh member were in attendance. The hostess had the devotiona and Mrs. Max Harrison was i charge of the program. Circle Seven met at the home o Mrs. B. A. Bugg with Miss Patty June Davis co-hostess. Sixteen mem bers and one guest were present. Mrs. D. C. McLean was in charg of the study. At the Hospitals Chickasawb* Hospital Dismissed: Lonnie Fulgham, city Miss Freddie Brock, city Jimmy Cooper, city Mrs. Eloise Holder, city Miss Ann Hindman, city Debra. Kennedy, city Mrs. Deida Edmundson, city Khan Chapman, city James F. Barger, Cooter Louise Farmer and baby, city Mrs. Noble capehart and baby. Steele Mrs. Lonnie Reese, city Walli Hospital Dismissed : Mrs. E. 0. Lamie, Bt. 1, city Michael Baughman, Rt, 3, city Mrs. T. C. Razer, :ity Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At AH Times TUBS., WED. & THURS. PAVlSjON GARY GRANT GRACE KELLY ALFRED HITCHC TO CATCH A THIEF TECHNICOLOR PLUS SELECTED SHORTS LECTURESHIP Church of Christ Blytheville, Arkansas In Progress through January 22 7:30 P.M. TUESDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 17 "Edifying The Body" - •••••• SL^A*. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 18 . . "Proper Attitude Toward False Ways" - - - • Curtis^Porto THURSDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 19 n ^^ "An Account With Rod" FRIDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 20 "Are You Listening" '''' T ''''' SATURDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 21 "What Does It Mean To Believe In Christ" GlenJVIeDomel SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22 "Salvation By Grace Through Faith" SUNDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 22 "A Greater Than Solomen" , - LexSS Ky! Congregational Singing EVERYONE INVITED! PTA County Council to Meet at Dell MlM Joyce Caviiher Engagement Of Miss Cavasber Is Announced A meeting of the 'County Council of P»rent-Te«cher Astoetitlon will be held Friday »t Dell Methodist Church with registration beginning at 8:30 a.m. Mr*. Philip Deer, council prert- dent will preside over the meeting which will be opened with prayer by the Rev. A. H. -Jamee. s _ The Rev. E. H. Hall, pastor ol the host church, will give the welcome address. A musical program of organ selections will be presented by Mr». Charles Kennett with a report on the White House December; Conference on Education to 0* given by Don Blackman. Ibllowing a luncheon a special musical program will be given W the Dell School music department under the direction of Mrs. Van Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cavasher of Blytheville are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joyce, ol' East St. Louis, 111., and Blytheville, to'Philip Ashley ot East St. Louis. Miss 'Cavashere is a graduate of Blytheville High School where she participated in extra-curricular activities. At the present time she is employed in the billing department of Armour and Company general office National City. 111. Mr. Ashley is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Ashley of Eliz abethjN. J.- He is a graduate of the Virginia Machinist Institute, Richmond. Va., and served with the'Army six years, 35 months of which were spent in rs. Miller will present thr devotional for the day and the Rev. George paison of Osceola will b» guest speaker. _ Dionno Coleman Celebrates Sixth Birthday Twenty little guests were present last night when Dianna Coleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert > Coleman, celebrated her sixth btrth- a Refreshments of birthday ;cake and ice cream were served after Dianna 'opened her birthday gifts. active overseas duty. .... The groom-elect is now employed with Armour and Company in the •I. B. M. accounting department. Wedding plans will be announced later. ANNOUNCEMENT this is to officially announce the opening of my office at 529 North 10th Street for the practice of medicine and surgery. DR. HUNTER C.SIMS JR. Cinemascope at Its Best Ted Whitworth With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritr & Roxr Program Announcements •Tues.^Wed.«Thurs,*Fri. Find Your Nome in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "To Hell and Back" THE GUTS, THE 6LORY. THE HEART AND HUMAN STORY OF THE MEN WHO WENT... CINEMASCOPE MINTM TECHNICOLOR „ MMSH«1 THOMPSON • CHARLES DMKE • CRESS MUKK -3*CK KEU.Y . PICTURE S/Sgt. Lee Davis PLUS SELECTED /SHORTS •;iV t*vi riiiHtir INOI lion *• BIG JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE TWICE A YEAR WE GO THROUGH OUR STOCK AND OFFER UNHEARD OF PRICES - FAMOUS NAMES SHOES: Mademoiselle — Valentines — Fortunets — Friendly — Vogue Acrobats — Jarman — Douglas — Kingston 3 GROUPS LADIES SHOES TO $19.95

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