The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 21, 1956
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PAGE TWO BLTTHEYILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JANUABSLSM9B8- — Society News — B Ann Mnllnrv Snriptv KHifot- • Phfl Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 EXCHANGE yows — Airman and Mrs. Frederick Ray Young, HI, are shown following (heir marriage last night. Mrs. Young is the former Miss Dorothy Willingham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Willingham of Blytheville, and Airman Young is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Young of Wathena, Kans. (Courier News Photo) Bits of News Ifloitlij Perionat \ Sudbury and Lange Grade School Semester Attendance Lists Told With the fall semester ending in Blytheville School District perfect attendance lists are being announced. Mrs. E. .P Fry. principal of Sud-1 Michael Barry Calvert, Michael Smallwood and Jerry Strickland. Specialist 3,'c and Mrs. Jimmie Sellers have arrived in Blytheville to make their furure home. Mr. Sellers has been discharged from the Army after two years of service. He is the son of Mr. and Mrt C. w. Sellers of BlythevilLe. Mrs. L. O. Gill and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship are in Little Rock to attend the mid-winter conference of American Legion Auxiliaries. The National Legion Commander will de guest speaker at a dinner tonight at Marion Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teague will leave tomorrow for Galveston, Tex., to attend the Southwest Electronics Conference. They will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Parharn of Greenwood, Miss. Mr, and Mrs. Warner Mooney and home"of Mrs. Angle Hood with the! Following the ceremony a recep : lson Eugene are spending the week- Rev. O. M. Sanford, pastor of i tion was held with the bride's ta-1 end in. jonesboro visiting relatives. Lake Street Methodist Church, officiating. The couple stood in with a white background. An antique pedestal holding an arrangement of white chrysanthemums and stock provided the floral decorations. Airman Young, Miss Willingham Exchange VowsinCeremony Here Miss Dorothy Willingham. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Willingham" of Blytheville, and A/3c Frederick Ray- Young, ID, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Young of Wathena, Kans., were united in marriage last night at 8 p.m. Vows were exchanger 1 at the i man. Miss Alice Marie Ross is spending the weekend in Little Rock with her nephew. Vernice Brister. Jr., who is a student In the Arkansas School tor the Deaf there. She was motored to Memphis by Mrs. V. M. Brister and daughter Elizabeth. Capt. and Mrs. Henry Ryal Smith of Salina, Kans.. are visiting nis mother, Mrs. C. C. Smith, and sister. Mrs. S. E. Tune, and family. Students home from Arkansas State for the semester vacation are Jimmie Lee Moore, .Martha Nichols. Carmen Gary. Polly Deer, Palsy Yarbro, Sherry Sparks. Adam Taylor, Lawrence Bradley, Charles Wfiriman Shnrnn qm^vlv rlisrles ble being centered with a crystal] Mrs. Tom More and Mrs. William and silver epergne filled with crystal candelabra. Miss Margaret Kennedy presided at the punch bowl and serving the Miss Linda Humphreys served! three tiered wedding cake, which as maid of honor and only femi-jwas topped with a. white maline nine attendant, She wore a dusty I arch from which were suspended rose princess style taffeta frock j Bedding bells, was Mrs. Lee Rich- featuring an empire waistline. Her arrtson, an aunt of the bride. corsage was of white carnations, \ Mrs. \V. C. Colston had charge of Highfill spent yesterday in Mempihs. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Harvey of Burning on either side of this ar- Magnolia are visiting her parents, rangement were white tapers in ; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor. in archway ] white chrysanthemums and stock. John Ledbetter, Russell Neal Leonard, Noal Steven Short. Ryall Smith Tune, Brenda Kay Kinman, J" Ann Lane and Karla Jean Mays. Having a perfect record in the fourth grade were Carolyn Louise Wren. Cornelius Modinger, III. Ray Edgar Pierson, Jr., williarh plans. Dewey Rambo, Lamar Renfro, Bet- The couple ty Carol Burks, Wanda Davis, Dorothy Gray, Alyce An McClure and Patricia Ruth Moore. Fifth graders were Billy Conley, Michael Gonzales, Larry Hodge. Sally Brown, Norma Myers, Sherry Sisemore, Eugene Brackin, Rodney Calvert, Jackie Elliott, Roy Holbrooks, Bill Nelson, Diane Halsell, Shirley Lowery, Wanda Faye Nelson and Kay Roach. In the sixth grade were James Bell, Ronny Burks, Ronnie Freeman, Freddie Friar, Jimmy Ray Rogers, Carol Sue Burnham, Don- reriings. Patricia. 1 Lawrence^ - Th« bride, given in snarriage by her uncle, W. T.. Nicholas of Memphis, wore a pale blue brocaded taffeta dress with ttie Dior torso effect and satin trim. She wore a shoulder corsage of white orchids. A/3o Ralph Kent served as best the guest book and assisting throughout the entertaining rooms were Miss Pat Willingham. cousin of the bride, Miss Sarah Willingham, sister of the bride, and Mrs. F. L. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kerbough and i children of Memphis are spending the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Oenning. Mr. and Mrs. James Westbrook and children of Memphis are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hearn, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. Shower, The bride's mother wore for the ; ]T)t ]•• lift" larriage a grey costume suit with: -LSHt-li*'' matching accessoreis and double gardenia corsage During the evening soft strains of "Traumeri" and "Meditation" were heard. ,i i I The couple left on an undisclosed wedding trip and upon their return will make their home in Blytheville. The bride is a senior at Blytheville High School where she is a • , • ^ t iL . member of the student council and I Ta - vlor were hostesses for the event an outstanding student with her I using a gold and-white color scheme art work. She is also a member for the!r decorations. Miss Long A lingerie' shower arid 'dinner, party at Hotel Noble Thursday night complimented Miss Sanda Long, bride-elect of Pat Smothermon. Mrs. J. Fan-is McCalla, Mrs. P. D. Poster, Jr., and Mrs. Harman Founders Day Theme Used at Chapter NPEO The Founders Day theme was used in decorations and for the program yesterday when Chapter N PEO members were entertained with a 1 p.m. luncheon at the home of Mrs. Elton W. Kirby. Mrs. W. L. Horner was co-hostess for the luncheon. Yellow and white flowers were used for floral decorations with j Memphis." "aum" of \"he''brid'e7 was ! man', second high, and Miss Job placecards being handma_de_ pamt-l an out . of . tmvn guest at the cere . Ann bury Grade School and Mrs. Charles Perm, principal of Lange School, today announced their lists. Those attaining a perfect attendance at Sudbury were Phyllis Salmons, Shirley Ruth Webb, Carter Berry. Nathaniel Daniel, Carl Ivey, Benny Shaw, Lucinda Vance, Becky Young, Michael Ray Brock, Connie Kay Graham, Sherry Jean Hardest;'. Jimmy Charles Burris, Stephen Ray Burns, Phillip Wayne Long. Vicki Lynn Caldwell, Mary Frances Cruse, Llinda Kay Evans anr 1 . Linda Maria Jones in the first grade. Second grade students were Kent Stone, Emery Wright, Barbara Shaw, Ralph Mosley, Gary Quick, Robert Sandefur, Judy McCanless. David Arnold, Dewey E. Jonesi Billy T. Tremain, Damid M. Wells, Dan Wy. Jr., Sandra K. Berry and Betty Jane Marb'le. Composing the third grade «tu- dents were Wanda Ann Nelson, Sharron K. Pate, Whorley C. Darby. Johnny R. Rounsavall, Geocp: gia Nell Betts, Mary E. Gude, Patricia F. Ozment, Connie J. Smith, Darlene McCain, Richard Blagg, Michael Brock, Rhondal Bums, Larry Carson. James McClanahan, Doyle Malone and Van Allen Vowell. Representing the fourth grade were Larry Crocker, Bobby Decanter, Danny Fulgham, Chester Hopper. Billy Hughes. Michael McWilliams, Karen Kelly, Marsha McWilliams, Gary Wayne Hopper, Walter Marble. William Douglas Summerville, Robert Thompson, Herman Turner. Mary Lou Edwards, Glenda Sue Quails and Lillian Salmons. Fifth grade pupils were Alvin Lane, Bill Roush, Wanda Fay Boles, Mary Louise Caldwell, Ann Lucas. Joan Malone, Leona McBride, John Earl Blagg, Michael Lee Dickson. Jackie Holt, Frances Faye Darby, Julia Ann Hardesty and Gaye Nell Long. Billy Cavnes?. Lynn Hearn, James Hinion, Johnnie Mick, Tommy Smith, Dean Storey. Marcia Davis, Mary Mac Hopkins, Mary Helen Oakley, Judy Young, John Carter, Charles Cronk, Larry Lovelace, Robert Seay, Alma June Cochran, Barbara Cable, Cherry Cooper, Marilyn McWilliams, Patricia Mosley. Janet Williams and , C\or-^c,A Mdnrl rvf Marilee Wells make the sixth; CIcCTcQ Mc:QQ OT grade list. Lange School First graders were Steven Banister, Chester Crecelius, Roy Ford, Edward Hunter, Donald Tucker, Esther Caldwell. Karen Horner, Juanita Johnson, Linda Kay Perry, Gftle Wheeler. Jackie Emery. Ronnie Fowler. Gary Stanley, Emily Bunch, Sandra Lipford, Mary Gay Nelson, Joyce Short and Linda Walker. Sudbury Teaclyers Have Lunc/yeonatHotel Teachers of Sudbury Grade School were entertained with a luncheon in Colonial Room of Hotel Noble yesterday with 14 members present. Mrs. W. Marion Williams and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner were special guests of the group. - The Valentine theme was used in the table centerpiece and place- cards. A special feature and one of the highlights of the meeting was a book review by Mrs. Williams, who received a corsage from the teachers. . Miss Long Announces Wedding Plans Miss Sandra Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Auttiur Long and bride-elect of Janves Patrick Smothermon, son of Mrs. Crist Chifos of Wichita, Kansas, and James Nail Smothermon of Blytheville, today announced her wedding will exchange vows Feb. 12 at 2:30 p.m. at First Methodist Church, the Rev. Harold Eggensperger, pastor, officiating. Miss Toby Ann Long, sister of the bride-elect, will serve as maid of honor with Misses Emadel Swearengen of Blytheville, Kay Smith of Memphis and Jean Driver Kendrick of osceola serving as bridesmaids. Mr. Smothermon will serve his son as best man. Ushers will be Johnny Lon of Memphis, cousin of the bride. Jerry Halsell and Manley Feinberg of Biytheville along with Gene Gross John Lini :her of the tapers. Nuptial music ley Smothermon, bro- groom, will light the will be rendered Miss Pipkin Of Blythevilk Becomes Bride In a ceremony solemnized recently in Ste. Gencvieve Cathojic Rectory, Ste. Oenevieve, Mo., Miss Violet Pipkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Pipkin of Blytheville, became the bride of Kenneth Grass, son of Mrs. Mary Grass of Ste. Genevieve. The Rev. John Jadrich, assistant pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride's gown, which was cathedral length, was of white Chantiny lace and nylon tulle and was designed with a long sleeved fitted bodice of lace, featuring a mandarin collar. A tiara of matching sequins and pearls secured the illusion veil. She carried a white prayer book topped by a corsage of white roses. Mrs. Anna Marie Schweigert, sister of the groom, was matron of honor. The groom chose his nephew, Roger Grass, for best man. The bride. was given in marriage^ brolherT groom's Grass, of Kankakei 111. Elmer by Mrs. John Caudill. organist, and Harry Carter Farr, soloist. Immediately following the cere- lony a reception will be held in the main dining room of Hotel Noble. Mrs. Tommy Wood of Byhalia, Miss., wif! have charge of the bride's jook with reception assistans being Mrs. Lynn Stevens, Miss Doris B°an, presented Monday afternoon" when Stewardship Program Given At WMU Meeting A program on stewardship was Miss Bobbye June Killian and Miss Bobbie Jean Byrd, all of Blytheville. Coming Events MONDAY Christian Women's Fellowship of First, Christian Church meeting. Executive board meets, 10:30 a.m. followed by luncheon at 13 a.m. and general meeting at 1 p.m. Circles of Trinity Baptist Church meeting. Circle One with Mrs. C. B.- Adkisson. Circle Two with Mrs. Arah Soeck. Circle Three with Mrs. Henry Berry. Circle Pour with Mrs. J. O. Cherry. Rose Marlowe with Mrs. Gay Lewis. 7:30 p.m. Marion Cook with Mrs. C. S. Webb, 7:30 p.m. Mildred Matthew Circle with Mrs. Cleatus Hudson, 7:30 p.m. Hi-YClub Has Regular Meeting at Y JThe-rejuIar meeting of the Blytheville Hl-Y club was held at the Y Thursday. President, Max Porter, presided and the program was Introduced by program chairman. Herbert Loveless. .Jimmie Lum gave the devotional. The £cv. • "-IPS Rainwater, pastor of First Christian Church, was the speaker. His preliminary statement ; followed by a round-table discussion, in which all member participated. . Watson Organized at Lange School The Lange Gra-Y Club, composed of boys in the Lange School sixth gr^ade, was organized yesterday afternoon. Officers elected were John Holland. president; Owen Duke, vice- president; jVlicheael Coleman, secretary, and Gary Stanley, treasurer. The club will meet reguglarly each week at the school on Wednesday afternoon. Cruise Theme ILadies Fellowship i Used at ! La Finesse Club of the 4-H Club. The honoree wore a black and i white woo! e[ » lhle and completed , Airman Young is a graduate of i , . „ , . Wathena High School where he ; her auire with a >' ellow rosebud was outstanding in athletics. He is! corsage, a gift of her hostesses, n-tw stationed at Blytheville Air j The evening was spent in play- Force Base, ! ing bridge with Mrs. R. J. Kilh'an Mrs. Mayme Rotrammel of j winning high score, Mrs. Fred Flee- j Mrs. Zoja Watson was elected president of Ladies Fellowship of First Grace Church Thursday night , when the group met at the home Dannie Joe Fondren. Glin Howard ; 0 f Mrs Nora Ellia ^^KlfisSSa 1 ^^ Jessie Ronnite Fondreh, Caroiyrf' " » '^ «- • • • , ~> Sue Johnson, Lynn Ledbetter. Ben- •netta Mae Richardson. Nancy Joyce Shanks, David Alan Tegethoff, Janna Jean Todd, Jimmy Wayne Connell. James Holbrook, Donald Lawrence, Andy Owens. Charles Yarbro, Pamela Fowler. Margaret Lou Lunsford, Vickey Alline Nelson. Patricia Rodger: and Sonia Ann Tucker. •Those on the list in the thin grade were Robert Paul Resch Billy Stabbs. Charlotte Bennett Linda Joyce Long, Delia Wall Edgin Couple yesterday when members and two { "T~/-\ f'p [pKrni~P -uets r ill Rad d Mrs. ' u ^ c ' c u ' u l c Mrs. Robert I. Thompson used winter cruise theme to decorate Women's Missionary Union of Int- manuel Baptist Church met. Those presenting the program were Mrs. Jolly Leggett, Mrs, Carl Duncan, Mrs. Charley Wat-kins, Mrs. R. V. Gaines and Mrs. Barney Barnes. Mrs. Olive Douglas led the opening prayer with sentence prayer dismissing the 15 members present. Guests Present At Friday Contract Club Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mrs. Siegbert Jiedel and Mrs. Robert Killian were guests ' yesterday when Mrs. Lloyd Whlttaker entertained Friday Con-! Prrf-orf r\ \ nc tract Club. i Lf lltl IUI ' '^ Vendredi Club Plays At Tomlinson Home Vendredi Club members played at the home of Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson last night. Winning; in the games were Mrs. Bcb Metcalfe. high. Mrs. Hanlc Dodd, second high, and Mrs. Billy Joe Gean. bridge. A dessert course was served by th« hostess. Mrs. Tune Bridge winners were Mrs. Loy Welch, high, Mrs. George Pollock, second high, and Mrs. Jiedel, bridgo. The hostess served refreshments during the afternoon. Mrs. McClanahan gave the invocation with the scripture reading being given by Mrs. Louise Larkin. Mrs. Bob Petrovich taught the mission Ip.sson and also dismissed the group. guests, Mrs. Bill Rader and Mrs. Thurman Bowiett, of La Finesse Club met at her home. j Miniature luxury liners centered ( the individual tables with,sea shell tallies being: usea. Packages were wrapped in paper decorated with the vacation theme. Winners of these prizes were Mrs. Everett Peterson and Mrs Mason Day, Jr. A nni\/Orcnr\/ /Anniversary ; Residents of the Leachvllle com- : munity and other friends are invited to a reception at the home of Friday Club White gladioli were used to decorate the home of Mrs. S. E. Tuna yesterday when she entertained Friday Club and one guest, Mrs. Henry Ryal Smith of Salina, Kans., with a dessert-bridge at her home. Mrs. Bob Logan won high score in the games. Mrs. Harman Taylor won second high, and brldgo. Mr. and Mrs. Edgin tomorrow, This reception will honor Mr. and Mrs. Edgin pn^ineir golden wedding anniversary'and will begin at 2 p.m. ed replicas of founders of FEO. Mrs. L. E. Old had charge of the program and gave character sketches on these founders. In absence of the president. Mrs. R. A. Nelson, vice - president, presided over the business session. Nineteen members and one guest, Mrs. Jack McKenzie, were present for the meeting. Y Clubs Have Election And Party The newly organized Tri-Gra-y Club for fifth grade girls at Lange School have elected their officers with Donna Day, president. Jane Johnson, vice-president, S h e r r v . Sisemore. secretary, and Patricia Ann McLeod, treasurer. The cl'Jb has 18 members anti will meet on Thursday aiternoon at the school in Mrs, Wigg's room. Mrs Cui'Cis Johnson is advisor for this club. ! mony. Long, sister of the bride-elect, bridgo. Eiphth prarie Junior Tri-Hi-Y mu v.'itii Carlene Lay at her honv Thursday. The 15 club members and then guests played games and records fo: the evening's entertainment. Sandwiches, drinks and cookie.- v/ere served by The hostess v:itn her mother. Mrs. Carl Lay. assistine. Miss Glenn Burton. Junior Higii School librarian, is advisor of the club. At tfo Hospitals Blrthevillc Hospital Dismissed:. George Mickey. Caruthersviile. Mrs. W. W. Pepper, city Chlck»snwba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bowen Thompson, Luxora Mrs. R. H. Hunt, city W. R. Stanford, city Michael Ray, city Buford Wllkerson. Luxora Rev. dene Schultz. city Rosa LM Lewis, city. Harry Shoarln, city Karen Wheat, city Chip Blackburn, city Mrt. Ktnn Grew, city Mra Ernwt Koonra. city W.IU HtapiUI Mrs. Ann Novak. Rt. 3. city. Olnvn tx* Lorrfn. Rt. 1. 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