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May 19, 1952

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW Pat Mullins. Society Editor Potty Anderson And David Hisaw Exchange Vows In a cer oniony solemn i?.c<i Sunday in the First liaptisi Cluircli, Miss Patty Jean Anderson, d;iuj:h- (er nf Mr. mid Mrs. Spomrr Anderson, became the hs im 1 nl David Burns Hl^a'iV. son of Mr Riul Mrs. J. R, Hisavi". Both the bririp and groom are from G*(*eol;i. The bririr t? ttio in'andniuu'hipr of til? J.ilr Mr. mid Mi,*-- 1. A Ar.d- ersnn of Biythenllo. The double ring ceremony \\ns rtTifl ar. 1 oYl-Tk by the Rev. Percy F. irr-j-itnp. pastor of the church. TJip vn\v5 wrrf 1 pledge/I b' 1 /'^ 1 MM flHflv deem alori \viih hwrClpbiTry and graceful baskrts of \vhiu- ^liicJ- ioli. white •oi;ipiii.v;ons. ulutr car- no t ions ami jiourd pp.frn uir-s. A knecliiig Ix-m-h, rmx'rrrl ;:j viliJie brocaded -salin, cewcrrri the alt;u. White tapers In arched, eflwidii- bra were luIUort hy Mis* D;>rls NVIl Gentry, niece ol the ainotn, ami Dicky Lart;f-JU of ^lemphis. ncjiMcv.' of the Kvoom. Mi^s CicnirvS dro:-.? was of yclltnv oruiinz:* fiislnfinixl with a moulded boriice niul full gathered skirt. A program of miptrn] muvlc v.rt.s presented by Miss Jo \':m NPlsmi, voralist and Jnbn Herring, organist. Miss Nrl son's numbers IIK ludc-tO "Oh Promise Me" and. "Became 1 ." Miss Nelson wore a gown of vvhifr- nylon, pinning a corsage of yello-.",- rosebuds tit her shoulder. TlrW« Wears White Taffeta The bride, who entered on Llie arm of ~npr fnthcr, wore n cowii of white appliqucd embi'ot<!errrl nffcto and slipper satin. The ^own featured a filter! bodice of applhued embroidered taffeta with a sweetheart neckline of French llJu.-inn and a rlippinc waistline jninlnc a fuH skirt, made of net over fatin. The long sleeves enrirrt In lily points over the hands, caviv T ht nL the wrist with JiiinJnture covered buttons. Her fingertip veil of illsi- sion fell from a w re nth arrant* e- ment of oranep II!O^OUIF. s^o carried a white Bible centered by a Cflsrflde bouquet of lilies of Die valley and a uhitn orchid, interspersed with. French imported ma line and tied with white satin streamers. The bride was attended by Miss Martha Jane Rose, maid of honor and Mrs. Berl Speiicrr, sister of the groom, matron of honor. The Btl«ndfuil.s wore identical pown.s of lace over tnffcta. Mi.ss Rome's dress was of pink lace and Mrs, Spencer's of orchid lace. The ^owns featured high necklines and full- length gathered skirls, They carried colonial bouquets of yellow rosebuds and blue dutch iris, interspersed with malln& and tied with blue and white, streamers. In fheir hafr, the attendants wore coronets of lace and net' in colors matching their gown-;. Charles Spencer Anderson, Jr., brother of the bride, .served Mr. Hisaw as best man. Ushers were: Dewey Gentry, Berl Spencer, Dick Larpent, all brothers-in-law of the grontn from Memphis, and Harold Siler. Mrs, Anderson rhosc for her daughter's world inr, A Gloria S\v;m- pon Original dress in navy. She wore a milan stra-.v hai ami matching accessories of white and nnvy. Hr-r cor=age was a single lavender orchid. Mrs. Kisaw. nintuer of the- cionm. v.nre a frock of navy crepe and lace, with acrps^firirs of white. She pinned n sine:to I.iveari^r orchid at .MAUKIKI) — ^liss 1'atty Joan r of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer AwlfTstm of ()?-m.]a, Iwanu! the hn<lt> of iJjtvid Hums Hisuw, son of Mr. ami .Mrs. J. it. His;jv: of OsnuJa, in a tionbln rinjf rcr(.'7]io(jy Sutulay at tho Fii-.'Jl liaplist (.'luireh tJu-iv uilli tiifl liev. 1'oj'cy K. Hcrn'fiK ntTfiaiinj.;. Tin: hridc is tin? late Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Anderson of ! Seniors Again Honored Here Members of thf? .'smior rlas^ rjf • ^vJllo Jlich fieriool -A-ho bplonc ' tu Cah-ary Haptist Church, and ' t thHr mntiirrs v.'pre rnt'-rtalnrd Krl-i day U'ith .1 rlintirr part)' at 6 p.m. | nt, (hi? church. j ; The thcrnn -A-hich '.va-, c-firrird out i T;IS "PaHnriiF" NVnl fir-nrian was! ; ma.sUT of r^rrjroni^R and Han AL- [ [kins ftavo (h»? mvocMirm. Mrfl. Ma-; j bio J.nnsford rrad Vhr* c!,i=s pin-' I plicf.-y and mcskr -AHS prefontrd by | Mrs. Il^rbrird Pri;lit Dunrun, vncnl- | i'-l, and iJf.'iiifttc Micharl, pianist.; { A hiiof rifvniional v/as given by, 1 ihr Rev. P. H. Jerniyan. whose [ subject 'A 1 as "Pattern for LlvitxK." ' While fluv.prfi -ACI^ nsrrl in the j (trr oration anri ininiiLiiire (i n 11 s : dre.c.srd Jn si-ny caps Find ROWIIS , ',vr re .v::itirred alinui tiic tables. PJ^rorards ^Tre nufil^lure r«ips aiul tliplonia.s. J Layette Shower | Given in Home MONDAY, MAY 19, 1932 Bits of News Iffoaf/tj l^crAonaf \ H. Jernlpan were In Memphis Katurdaj- afternoon to visit Mr. , and Mrs. Sam Gordon. They ?.t- ] 1 ended the. parade nnd Cotton' C.ir- j nival. ! Mr. and Mrs Oral WlnMon Krt- j wiirds lifixe arrived home from Hot Springs, where they had BOIIC on their wedtiinB trip. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whittle an- Mr - am ' Mfs. H. n. Thomas leave nouiK-e tile birth of their fu.^t son. ' tomorrow- moTiiiiTi: for Mexno City May 14 at Wnlls Hospital. He !ins^ fo! ' 'he Rotary International Con- been named Hilly Wayne. They' mention. Ho Is president-elect of (he have llu-ffr otlvr ehildren, Donna, notary Club here. Uhlic and Drhorah I Mis. J. Ccril l.owe ;mr| son. Jeny. Mr, nnrt Mrs, Maar L. Cro-ii-h. wcr<> '" Memphis Ralurriay for the Jr., of lV.i«hiiic("n. D. C. nn neo' P'T^de a«<l Cotton Cm-nival. They here yesterday to vi--a his parents, ! ^ere joined by Mi- Lyjv.f> ye-t^iciay Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cro'irh. Sr. '" .MilliiiBion where they visitoil The.'.- came especially for the orad- his Pi'ronts. uall'in of his brother, Wayne _ Mrs. Ii. H Wil-on left today for Crouch. Mrs. Unveil Phillips left today for Memphis to lake her two cr.T!i'l- children home lo Cinrmnntown. She will co on to Selmer. Tenn.. and will be arcompanied home by Mer sister. Mrs Patii Knit:ht. w'no will visit her for several werfcs. Coming Events BWC ot Trinity Baptist Church niei'ts at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Laima Kvcrott nt 8^^ Lilly. \V<iinnn's Atixlta!ry of St. 'st<?- (jhcis's husine.ss coral Church hns 8 p.m. cMing at the parish Swimming Party Given in Manila June Hornor. who celehrated her I2th birthday Saturday, wa.s honored with a swimming party a I the Manila swimming pool, ft'hjrh was followed by n picnic at the Manila playgrounds. Thirty five Bursts attended with Mrs. Joe Trieschman, Mrs. Earl T.impn. Fla.. Co visit h»r sons and ihoir fr.milira, i.t. nir-k Wilson, who Is slatloncrt at McDill Air For.-p. Base, nnrt John Hrucc Wil: n, t . who is a student at the Unio-r.=iiy ,ot I.impH. Sl,e was joiimrl in Mrin- UUesL ber li Lrt Tuesday ."™™ C MT*7^V! BU '* 1 «'- Mr,. B. n. Hays, Mr, El. 4 f-ast Kentucky at 2-30' Hllftman . Mrs. Johnny Marr T.USI Keniuck}, at ^"^ | and Mrs. C. J. Wilson ashling Mrs. Jess Horner, mother of the honoree. Others assisljtip: were Winnlebeth Buckley. Tommy Moslcy. I.inda Taylor. Kay Hlndman, Jimmv Horner. . Birthday cake and ice cream were Town BiitlRC Club is the of Mrs. Gai-rnrd Caudlll In Petite CUil) lias merlins In the home of Mrs. i'llll- I Mrs. Geraltl Hnnnu-k w:is honor(-(3 Fiiday ni'-^hl with a 1-iyefte sho'v- ' ' IT cC.-m in tho iiome of Mrs. Horn- [ IT Tinker v.lth Mrs. Martin Wood; Her cornice, presented hv tile hos- Ic--r.--. was made oi baby rattles and In the informal enmcs played. Mrs. Noel MrlJ.iiiiel am! Mrs. Ed- j w:ird M< Cii fmtr won prices. ! • Party fnotls were served by the U. fi. Branson was taken to P.lythcville Ho.M'.iia! Safn-clny where AmoiiK tho'e in Memphis for the Ills rnmlilinn is snirt to lie im"rovr<( ; Col( -' n Carnival were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. !i, Fwrirt o( Kosciusko. ; "-'"'V Lous;, who were the guests Miss., uho i^ thr" hmw crte't of n( - Mr - ""<' Mr.s. Sam Gordon. Mr. and Miv U. S, Branson, has 1 Li. Thonifis .Syi.\-e.stfr left yos- h??!> repoi-ii'tl ill. i tcrday for assignment ::: Fort Is.e. Mr. and Mrs Calrin Hollinj.s- i Vri • a(lc1 ' » week's visit with hi-; uortli. Miss Pat Mullins, and Pren- ; I'ai'cnte, Mr. nnrt Mrs. Raleish Syl- I vcstcr. Mr. and Mrs. Dayid Sylves- hostr-ves : ler " IK| li!1 "shter. wlio have al.-o ., ' '„, 'been the fiicst of his (ramif,. will Mrs. Gien Mc-,.rt!inr. co.i«in e[ ,,(,,„,.„ , 0 thptr hnme j Oklahoma the honorec was the only out <jj, city tomorrow. Mrs. Hancoek is th" former Mi^s' Marsha Lou McGreeor enquiry Club Duplicate nr!rt,,_ .I.ei!2iie meets at the Country Club.! •- Ntts, Riley B. Jones Is hostess lo the Tue:daj- Britlse Club. [ | home u-ith Mrs. Harold Kubanks, ; co-hostes-s. • Members of the American Leeion Auxiliary meet at 8 p.m. at the U-g- j ion Hut. 1 \\Vdnesd:iT served the i _- Read Courier News Classified Ads ! Mrs. R. C. Rose Is hostess to TOV.-II and Country Bridge Club. ! Wr-dne.'-day Cli:b is auest of Mrs. ; H.-nter Rims at her home. ' Mrs. W. II. O'Kccfe entertains ' CIB Club. Thursday Eastern Siar meets at the Temple at noon for potluck luncheon and meotlni,'. Thursday Rook Club -A 111 play weekly game in the home, of Mrs. Cleo Wren. Duplicate Bridge League has weekly meeting. Mrs. B. A. Lynch is hostess to Mid; Week Bridge- Club. Kibitzer Club meets nl the home of Mrs. Harry A Hnines. Mrs. Coleman Stevens entertains La Nucve Club, Friday Monroe Crain entertains with bridge games at her Mrs. Friday llome- Mrs. Robert Warren is hostess to ) the Friday Contract Bridge Club. $$&!& her 5hi>nJ(^r. | '-rijx l'»r ti.ivrS, (ii»-- bj irl" rhr-sr Kri-rpllon Is Skid I an oriEjnnl model nf itrw. IIUIP -ilk FullowiiiK (lie v-pdtlinK. a rcrfp- ^hantunj: .A wlute orchid, betee nnd tion was-hrld at tl\e homo of lhe; tjro ' iVn •'K'^'^oi ic.% omnplrtrri her britlp'.s parent.^ The bride's tnble. 1 "xstuinc. The couple will be <it overlaid with a lure cloth was <-<>n- Miomc in O;p C ii)jt, v • hr/r Mi. Hi.siiw tfti-rd witli H, (.iiii-e-ticred wi-ddiiiq:' 5 nji.soriiLled. ',ur,h the O.fpenl!i n- cakc encirclod 'AitVs gi'.iland.s of \ I i a 'i' - o Co. carnal ions and, ci'erncry, lopprd i Out-of-town yu* i s uc; r? Mr, and with n minimum brido nnd tiror.tn,! Mi'.'>, DJrk I,art:cn: ff Mrinphr-* ai^d flanked by tnpcrs in stiver en nod- j Mr. ami Mr^ Of-nn Hn^f;"s of Mfnt- Pbra. ThroiiRhont. the house were I phis; Mr. nnd Mi-s. Will Anderson arranqenicnus of flowers, | of lilyiheville; Mrs. Ruby Hnyder Serving the cake wcie MUs Joyce ' ^ Wcst Mt-mphls; Dr. and Mrs. J. WiUlnniK of Osceola, antl Ntrs. Dick i '^- 1>( > lk t)f KoiH'i; Mr.--. Oerlie I. add Lat^fnt of Mcmpht.s. Mr*. Ray Gill ! of HolJ;ind. Mo.; Airs. Oeorpp poured the punch and Mrs. Karry ! Smith nnd Mrs. Virginia Love of nr*;kin pt-e.siricd nt the brlrte's hook.j BlytheviHr. the rtirepiton, the TUESDAY&WEDN pie left for a southern L-mi- wcclding m Mary Edmondson, George Pollock To Pledge Vows Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert G. Edmond- snn of Little Rock, annonnee the engagement nntl approaching niar- rinf.'e of their daughter, Mnr>- Helen, to GCOIRO Dean Pollock. III. He is the son of Mr. anri Mrs. George Dean Pollock, Jr., of Blytlicvillc. The bride-elect was t-rtuluiued from Little Rock Hich School nnci attended Little Rock Junior Col- Ir^-e. Slie is en:p]oyed by U. S. Times In Little Rock. Mr. Pollock Is n prftdimte. of Blytheville Hlch Srlionl and Waflllns- ton Univei'sity in St. Louis. I-Ic is n medical student nt Arkai^aj School of Medicine in Little Rock and is n member of Phi Oh! medical fr.i-1 ternity nnd Delta Sigma Phi social • fraternity. ; The- u-cdrlini; will Ite solcmtilred Friday at B p. m. nt Hunter Methodist Church in Little Rock. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission !)<• & 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITK DimUte Foahire Ready For Any Occasion Mrs. R. H. Farr Is Honoree JOYCE HOLDER CHARLES DRAKE Mr . rt Saturday the hnme n^ Mr?. Lln Furr w-as hon<. t n" n inorninc pnrTy nt Mrs C. M, Smart wi;h' Stickmon her co-lios- —I'l.rs— Srtr.Jti Kcr SHE-DEVIL! I.ASP TI.MKS TOMTF. Also l\it-;im<nin| ('jirtnnn X \ii\c unv. nd M-,->. liolit. I'.'itnily • .Mrs. Harold Siidbiny Fnmilv treaiment. c:'-.i-.ii;'>r beioyen enred -kir N<.. BS31 foratrri 40, 42. 44 inei;. For this ]iatt<- COINS, yo'ir iinir.t 1 . ;u~;(irf :-. ^,zf cio- slred. anri the. PATIERX NUMBER to sue Bin nctt. Cc.ii-i'i- News, 375 Q-dmry fit, Cbuas 1 .. 8. II!. BaMc KAShJO.V iir 'J2 <s Jillnl \ylth ideas So ma lie your clothes budget po further—tLine-savirLC and econorrlcal cif<-ii:ns that r.re ea-y ECW. Olft pattern printca inside. 25 j cents. •••••••••••••»•••••••*••»••§•*»••»•••••• WHO WAS WRONG? WHO WAS WRONGfD? B«rt who wonlecf Nellia 10 much or Nelli'e wfio wanted so much o lilt al her own, Century- Fox's Also Selected Short "Subjects rom the horse and buggy to the streamlined limousine... from bundling and sparking to cuddlin'and kissin'...from the bustle in back to the low-cut gov/n in front...from the Spanish-American conflict through the trenches in France to today's electric times.. 'Nellie'is the love story, the music, the heartbeat of a nation growing up! Pfoduced by GEORGE JESSEL Directed by HENRY KING Screen Ploy by ALLAN SCOTT Adopiolion by Allan Scolt and Mexwell Shons Eased on a Novel by Ferdinand Reyher RITZ GUESTS TUESDAY OR V/EDNE5DAY Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan & Family Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lowe & Family