PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News - Inrv. Societv Editor / Phc Phone 3-4461 EXCHANGE VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Culbertson are shown following their marriage at Canton, Miss., recently. Mrs. Culbertson is the former Eliazbeth Ann Cooke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marvin Cook of Canton. Mr Culbertson —is the sou o. Mrs. Lola Culbertson of Blytheville and Charles Ingle Culbertson, Jr., of Coeburn, Va. Bits of News Itloittu /^erjonal ! * _i James Culberson, Miss Cooke Wed in Mississippi Ceremony In a double-ring ceremony recently at First Baptist Church of Canton, Miss., Miss Elizabeth Ann Cook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marvin Cook of Canton, became the bride of James Edward Culbertson, .son of Mrs. Lola Culbertson of Blytheville and Charles Ingle Culbertson, Jr., of Coeburn. Va. The Rev. David T. Craiutord, pas tor, was the officiating minister. Vowj were pledged before an al tar banked with emerald greei fern and branched candelabra hold ins 'white tapers. Taperlighters were Ed McDonali of Laurel, Miss., and John Wellons of Charleston, S. C. Mrs. James H. Pox, Jr., organ 1st, and Earl Orauer, Jr., soloist presented a program of prenuptia music. Given in marriage by her father the bride was dressed in parch jnent satin with an elongatec waistline fashioned with a poin design. The entire bodice featured a portrait neckline. The bouffant skirt of satin, worn over Natchez hoops, cascaded into a cathedral train. Her veil fel from a half shell of Chantilly lace She carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid. As her maid of honor the bride chose her cousin, Miss Betty Mor rls of Jackson, wearing a forma dress in sparkling turquoise taffe ta designed with a portrait neck Unp and long torso. The skirt was worn over Natchez hoops. She carried a white money grammed Bible, a gift of the bride, with a bouqeut of Better Times roses. Mrs. Charles E. Moak, Jr., Miss Jean Givan, cousin of the bride oi Meridian, Miss Linda Black and Miss Billie Jean Casbeer, both of Canton, were the bridesmaids and were gowned Identical to that of the maid of honor. Their bouquets were also identical. For his best man, the bridegroom chose Bill Pettey of Magnolia, Miss. Groomsmen were Herbert McMullen of. Canton, John Wellons of Charleston, S. C., Ed McDonald of Laurel and Sidney Berry of Tuscola, 111. Mrs. Cooke, mother of the bride, wore a dress of mauve lace over taffeta and a lavender orchid. Mrs. Culbertson chose for her son's Wedding a light blue lace over taffeta dress accented with sequins. Her corsage was also an orchid. Mrs. Carrie Grimmett of Blytheville, aunt of the groom, was dressed in a black and pink dress with pink accessories and a purple orchid corsage. Immediately following the ceremony the bride's parents entertained with a reception at their home. Traditional white arrangements of stock, gladioli and chrysanthemums were used to decorate the home. The three-tiered wedding cake was topped with a miniature bride and groom. For traveling the bride wore a Carlye original suit dress of rust worn with a Henna gray woo] jersey jacket. Her accessories were of brown lizard. Her corsage was the orchid from her bridal bouquet. The couple will make their home in Killene, Tex., where the groom is stationed with the Army at Fort Hood. Mrs. CuIDertson and Mrs: Grimmett honored the wedding party with a rehearsal dinner. Guests were seated at a table centered with a bouquet of white gladioli and, chrysanthemums interspersed with greenery. Miss Cook chose for the dinner a cocktail dress of green embosser faille accented with a dark green velvet ribbon which formed a bow in the back. Her corsage was of salmon gladioli. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Bunch am Mr. and Mrs. LaVerl Gaines am daughter. Debbie, have returnei from a three-week vacation spen in Fort Myers and Daytona Beach Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Burns and daughter returned yesterday from visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs John Larker, in Augusta. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson and children Sherrie and Bill have arrived in Blytheville to make heir home at 314 North Sixth after laving lived In San Diego. Calif, or the past four years while Mr Thompson served with the Navy, m .eville he will be associated vith Southwestern Bell Telephone ompany. Mrs. Elsie F. Fisk and Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Hicks were in •'armington, Mo., yesterday to attend funeral services for Milton C. Spaugh, a former resident of the Stateline community. Miss Jessie Srite, Mrs. Eunice Young and Mrs. F. G. Riechel are in Dallas, Tex., on a business trip. Condition of Mrs. Polly Denn of Memphis, who is a patient in Bap tist Hospital after receiving bums in an accident at her home, is ported to be satisfactory. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck of Blytheville. Mr .and Mrs. H. C. Blankensrnp have as houseguests Mr. Blankenship's mother, Mrs. W. A. Blanken- shlp, and his sister, Mrs. Maurice Abel of Fort Smith. Sew-Simple For Women . rfy Sue Burnett This attractive bare-arm frock s delightfully simple to sew, has neat bolero as a companion Jiece. Wide size range for women. Pattern No. 8239 is in sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44. 46, 48. 50. 52. Size 38, dress, 5'/ 8 yards of 35-inch; bolero, yards; % yard contrast. For this pattern, send 35c in iQINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 66, 111. Basic FASHION, spring and Mrs. Taylor Entertains Tuesday Club Mrs. Jesse Taylor used an antique bowl filled with shell pink carnations to center her luncheon table yesterday when she entertained Tuesday Bridge Club. Seated at the table with cluo members were Mrs. Jack McKenzie and Mrs. Charles Crigger, III. Mrs. Riley Jones and Mrs. C. E. Crigger won high scores in the afternoon, bridge games. Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. C. W. Alford entertaining Thursday Bridge Club at the Dixie Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Miss Marcella Ray, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs Byron Morse. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs E, R. Jackson. Mid-Week Club meting with Mrs Aubrey Conway. Mrs. Carroll Blakemore enter taining Thursday Contract Club. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Altrusa Club meeting. Emanon Club meeting with Mrs John Perkins, Jr. Esther Class of First Baptis Church meeting at home of Mrs James M. Roy, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Ladies Bible Class of First Meth odist Church meeting in Fellowsht Hall, 2 p.m. Friday Contract Club meetin with Mrs, R. C. Farr. Friday Club meeting with Mrs James C. Guard. United Church Women of Blythe ville meeting at Lake Street Meth odist Church, for annual busines meeting followed by installation officers, 2 p.m. SATURDAY . Duplicate Bridge League meet ing. Mrs. Freddie Young being honor ed with shower at home of Mrs. E C- Blankenship, 3 p.m. Mrs. C. T Colston is co-hostess. WHO'S WHO WINNERS — Miss Gail Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith, and Ray Culp, son of Mrs. Reathie Lynn, have been selected as Miss and Mr. Dell High School in the annual Who's Who Contest, (rhotos by Mason and Hall) Gail Smith and Ray Gulp-Named^ -/ J. piqu Miss and Mr. Dell High School DELL — Miss Gail Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A Smith, and Ray Gulp, son of Mrs. Reathie Lynn, have been chosen as Miss and Mr. Dell High School in the 1956 Who's Who Contest. Ray is a senior at Dell High Osceola Girl Becomes Bride In Jonesboro OSCEOLA — Of Interest in Osce ola is the announcement of Mr, am Mrs. E. P. Bradley of the wedding of their daughter, , Miss Karei Bradley, to Knox Webb, Jr.. Jonesboro, son of Mr. and Mrs Knox Webb, Sr., of the same city. The ceremony was performec Thursday evening at 8 o'clock a Huntingdon Avenue Methodis Church in Jonesboro. The bride wns attired in a heav enly blue polished satin frock frosted with chalk white. She pinned white orchid at her shoulder. Her only attendant was Miss Carolyn Dunn, her roommate Arkansas State College, Miss Dunn chose a petal pink full skirtec frock to wear at the wedding- She carried lavender carnations tiec with a pink satin bow. Bud Alexander served as best man to Mr. Webb. The bride's mother wore a char- mid-winter, sheer that fea- •ed a puritan collar in' white pique. She wore School and Gail is a junior. Miss Smith was also chosen the jest mannered, best dressed anc girl with the most school spirit. She also won several second place hon- »rs. Mr. Gulp was elected most stud- ous, most likely to succeed, bes lersonailty, best mannered, mosi jopular and the boy with most school spirit. He tied for best ali- .round boy. Others named on the list were Benny Gill, jolliest junior; Elizabeth White, most dignified senior, and Benny GiU and Frances Garner were chosen best looking couple. Daniel Cook was chosen mosi mncisome, best athlete, best physique and cutest; Benny Gill, the riendliest boy, best mannered, bes jersonality, tie for best all-around neatest, wittiest and most talented "ioy. Elizabeth White was chosen pret- iest girl; Frances Garner, neatesl girl; Carolyn Jackson, most studious; Jenny Bray, cutest; Sylvia Byars, best athlete and best ali- iround; Louise Shelton, wittiest: Slenda Hofcomb, most talented; Dianne Buck, best figure and Jen- iy GUI, best dressed. Erna Ballard and Dianna Brad- aerry tied for most likely to sue eed. There was a three-way tie for If the windows in a room don' match and you'd like them, to, you can make them seem the same with skiUful use of draperies and val ances, building up the smaller ones or paring down the larger. summer '56 is a comlpete sewing juide for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Don' 1 wait — send 25 cents now for your copy. NOTICE City Auto and Truck License are due and payable during the month of January. After January 31 a penalty of 50c per tag will be added to the cost, the first ten days. After Feb. 10th a penalty of $1.00 per tag will be added for your convenience, the City Clerks office will b« open Saturday PM, January 28th, and Monday and Tuesday night, January 30th & 31st. Picas* display your license on car or truck to avoid confusion when (he officers start a check of cars & (rucks without city license. CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE DATED: J«n. 21, W6 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times WED. & THURS. CINEMASCOPE OT^k HOW MUM • mi nn • mm mwi " * wKKiisAL.MKiWMioMi. ncium Pint Two Cartoons Guests Play With Members Of GIB Club Mrs. Hildred Bunch, i Etchieson and Mrs. Dav. played with members of GIB Bridge Club yesterday when the club was entertained by Mrs. Elwood Deen. Bridge winners were Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., high, Mrs. Robert McGraw, second high, and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, bridge. A dessert course preceded the games. Foy .Jilcs Firemen Start Young KNOXV1LLE W) — If Jimmy and Gary Fox want to be firemen someday, they know where to get a good recommendation. The boys, 15 and 11, held a fire in their basement under control with a garden hose until firemen arrived. A city official said they probably saved the house from burning down. most school spirit between Dianna Buck, Carmalita Hinch and Gai Smith. LUXORA NEWS By MRS. PAUL HAYES Mrs. C. L. Wiley has returned to her home in Lufkin, Tex., after month's visit with her daughter Mrs. Bill Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Watson West Memphis were weekend visi tors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carter and family. Luxora Parent-Teacher Associa tion met Wednesday afternoon in the school cafeteria with 43 present Mrs. Inez Permenter, president called the meeting to order. A piano solo was presented by Sandra Thweatt with Mrs. William Johnson giving the devotional an( president's message. Mrs. Leroy Brownlee was electet treasurer of the PTA and it was announced that a study course woult be held Jan. 27 at the home o; Mrs. S. Rozelle and one Feb. 23 a! home of Mrs. C. D. Smith with Mrs Freeman Robinson speaker. Mrs. Permenter Introduced Mrs Stanley Carpenter of Osceola, guesl speaker for the afternoon, who spoke on "Is It well with the Chile in the Community." Room count winners were Miss Halstead's first grade and Mrs Henry's fifth and sixth grade room tied with Mr. Brewer's seventh grade. Mrs. O, Howton had as her guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kocken- derfer and children of Memphis. The Phebean Class of Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. y Owen, Jr., with 15 members and one guest, Mrs. O. Howton, present Friday night. Mrs. John Thweatt, class teacher, was in charge of the program. A layette shower was given for Mrs. GLenn Haddock in the social lour. Pink and blue iced individual cakes cakes and iced drinks were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Roy Owen, Jr., Mrs. Cleo Gulley and Mrs. Paul Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Brewer spent the weekend in Savannah, Term. i when you buy auto insurance! 1. PROTECTION—Allstate's easy to understand policy gives the broad, reliable protection you expect from the insurance company founded by Sears. 2. SERVICE— Allstate is famous for prompt, dependable agent service and fast, fair claim settlements. You're in good hands with Allstate. 3. VALUE—Allstate's rates are usually hvtr than those of most other leading companies. 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Fideiis Class Has Meeting In Griff in Home Fideiis Sunday School Class o! First Baptist Church, met Monday night at the home oi Mrs. N. F. Griffin with six members present. Mrs. C.'E. Johjason. class teacher, gave the devotional and also the dismissal prayer. Mrs. Qrlffin had charge of the business session. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. E. T. Hubbarcl. At the Hospitals Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Era Brown, city Frank Grigsby, city Mrs. Ann Smith, city James Tucker Eubanks, city Mrs. Luther Lakey and baby Steele Walls Hospital Dismissed: Melba Bozarth, Manila Mable Lambert, Rt. 3, city Oney Mae Taylor, Manila MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! ITS A BOY!—It's hard to believe, but three-year-old Zbigniew Skalinski is a boy, despite the curly locks and the doll. 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