The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 20, 1952
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PAGE BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) cotmncR New* Pat Mulling, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mrs. Edwin Seal Kills Garden Wedding of June Day Performed at Minaret.Manor "Minaret Manor," the home of Mr. and Mrs, Andrew J. Florida van the setting Saturday afternoon for IhP garden wedding of MtF-s June Day. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C, L. Day of Memphis, to Eclwln Seal. Ellis, lieutenant in the Air Force, of Lexington, Miss. The ceremony was read hy the > were Identical in style nnd ttie col- Rev. J. L, Welch of Ft. Worth. Tex-, ors used «'ere pastel shades of pink. cousin or the bride. He was n.s^ by the Rev. Percy P. Herring, pastor ol the Baptist Church In Osceola. Roy Ware gave a program ol nuptial music on' the organ, Miss Joanne Laney, vocalist, .sang "At Dawning." and "The Lord's Prny- er." She was accompanied by W. T. Hunt. The brine, -tvno tvas escorted hy her father down the white covered walk leading to the improvised altar, wore a wedding gown of fragile Imported French tulle. The .shirred bodice featured n yofce of illusion Joined to the off-shoulder neckline with embroidered .sprays of seed pearls. The long sleeved bodice wns joined to the skirt, which was poised over hoops and ending in a cnth- eriral train. The full length veil of Allusion fe]l from n Juliet cap oj hn- "porfed Flemish lace nncl wns studded, with pearls and rhinestones. Hfr only ornament was a string of pearls, gilt of the groom. She carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley centered with a white orchid, Kvitlc's Attendants Mrs, Andrew J. Florida and Mrs. Kam WiHiams, aunts o[ the bricie •p-'ere matrons nt honor. Mrs. Florida','; dress was of champaene lace over a self color petUcnrit. She wore a small bonnet In a sauce shade nnd shoes dyett to maich her en- blue, and The full skirts featured tiny rows of orcnntly ruffles bcncHth a side draped skirt Each wore shoes dyed to match her dress and bonnet mnde of Imported tulle and tied under the chin with matching velvet ribbons. The crowns and brims were outlined in seed pearls. Fncii ^irl carried a yellow pnrasol made from ruffled taf- feln Inside the parnsois were small yellow flowers and ntlached to the handles were their bouquets tied with npricot stitfn streamers. The junior groomsmen were Jim Simmons, Robert Herring. Bill Walters, Jr, and Bill Elius. Thn Groomsmen were John Bnyrt Strickling. Jitnmie Fnrrls, Mclvin Speck, Buddy Mason, John Herring nnrt Henry Fnrris of Lexinctnn. MISA. Best tneu were John Murrell McRne of Lexington, Miss., and Andrew J. Florida. Ushers were Kenneth Klmbrnugr of Memphis. Dr, L. D. Ma.sse-y. Bruct Ivy, j, B. Strickling and George Florida. The bride'* mothrr wore a Ion? formal in navy latfnla with off th_ shoulder bodice. MMallians of seed pearls formed the neck line. She wore a pink cnrlwhppl hat in mil an strnw. njjd pinned R purple orchid at her shoulder. Thomas Haslett Is Married To Oiga Crawford A spring ceremony u'n."; solemnized In Memphis, Saturday morning at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, when Miss Joan Otea Crawford became the bridn: of Mr. Thomas William Hnsletl. with. Rev. Thomas Cashin, Nashville, officiating, Tbf bride It the rtfltjglitrr nf Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Crawford. Memphis. The groom is lhr> .son of Mr.s. Anna Hnslrtt, Memphis, and formerly of 'Blythcvitie. The aJtar nf iht church WIM decorated with vaFM of tt'hi'p glHcHoU and prcrnrry wilh cnndcln.bra In- valmg and baskets of vrhHe gladioli. Nuptial music was pr^cntrri by Miss Ann Marie Xiqiirs. Soloists werrr Mrs. Anthony Walsh and Robert \ The bride. Riven In marring by her father, »5rd a nodding gown ! of Chftnlllly Incr over satin. Tlip | long sleeves formed lily points over the hands and the bouffant skirl! with an accordian-pea(ed panel of nylon tulle developed Into a full! cathedral train. Her finger tip veil of Imported Illusion was attached to n poa rl t ia ra. She ca rfieri a white orchid mounted on a prnyer hook surrounded by lilies of the valley and baby breath- Miss Barbara Anthony served as i maid of honor. Bridesmaids were i Mrs. R. Howard Burgess. Mr.s. T. j E. Cra w ford!. Si-,, silt er-i n-ltuv of ] the bride. Mi&s Jacqueline Haslett, 1 sIMer of the groom, and Mrs, Rob- | crt Gum), cousin of the groom. Tatricla Ann Murphy, niece n! the groom was flower girl and T. E. Crawford.. Jr., nephew of the bride wa.s rlngbearer. The a tie nd n nU wore gowns of net over taffeta, identical in design, each In a different pastel shn tie; and ca tried colon in 1 boi i - William E. Ha^an of Hlythcviltc and uncle of the zroom served us best man. Groomsmen were Robert S. Gunn, Joseph Slcbert of Blytheville, Francis 8. Crawford nnd Thomas E. Crawford, Sr.. brothers of the bride. Following ihe ceremony, a wedding breakfast, and reception was held nt the Colonial Country Club. The bride and groom left later in the cveninp /or n southern wedding trip. They will make LheSr home in Memphis. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seibert and daughter Mtvry Ann, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. O'Neal. Mr. and Mr.s. W. H. HRK- nn. Mrs. R. I.,. Adklsson. Elizabeth Swell, nil of BJyfJiRVille, and Mr.s. Ben White and sons, Eddie and Tomnu'e of Giennville. Mo,, nnct Mr, and Mrs. B. M. Fowlkes and Miss Nora Stevens of Canith- ersvUle. ENGAGED — Mrs. .Joye .Adams Rosa will be married to the Rev. Granville D«vici MePoake, it was announced today )jy her mother, Mrs. John Harm»rt Adorns. The Rev. K. C. Rrown will officiate at thfl 4 p.m. eerflmoii.V at Trinity Baptist Church. TUESDAY, MAY 20, 195* Joye Adams Ross To Become Bride Of Rev. McPeake Mrs. .John Hnrnian Adams announces the cmjaconiriH nnd ap- pronchins; marrlauc of hm- daush- Jof Jpyo Adamj Ro.w, fo MIC Rev. Granville Davirt McPrako. He ir pnslor of Ti'lnlty Baptist! Churoh and Is thf .wn nf the late Rev. and Mrs. Jerry B. McPeake of •Mckfon. Tenn. The u'ericlint: o-ill bo solemnized at Trinity Church June 7 at 4 p.m.. '.vith the Rev. E. C. Rrown. pastor of the First Baptist Church officiating White Rladioli and yellow pompom nnitmns in stately while bas- | kcts were placed al Intervals under Mrs. Williams was attired in an ! ""' " r ! wl ' wlwre "'<• <-'°»!>l" «™ Alice blue lare terrare length frock marrtcrt - As <hcy k'mll on the satin Her hat anrt shoes were of n rich COVTmi ? m I'"". M"* '-nnry Mftly shade of royal blue. Each carried! 5allg ' The Lnid ' s P'»yr." an arm bouquet. ' Uecr.pilon Is IIHil Mrs. J. B. strlrklinB. escorted hy i Following the ceremony the rc- Harc'd Olilendorf. cul the ribbons 1 rcption was held on the terrare for th- bridal procession'.to cnlcrJMrs. Ed Chisrnhall was in rharee the ii-.nrovi-iert sanclnary. She wore j of Ihe bride's book The timed wctl- an imported Frencli lr.ce terrare j ding cnke wr\s outlined \\ith car- Icn-rth frock in crushed r.isnbcrry. I cJcnins nnd topped hy sprnys of 111- H^r sho^.^. plovrs r^nd hnln hat. were lies of the valley. Tt:c rtTain molrt- ol thr fanif rl'.r.r.e. H~r arm btiu-1 cd In slippers that matched Ihe q '"'. nin'chcd tii.'FC of the n-alrony lJndc:imicls mid matching no^,c- of Ii9.~,or of n-'xrd stimnirrv flowers ="« cascading from the table corn- r?!'!"r<"d \ritn a pnr"!e orrliirt. •'ers cnmplet«ri the picture. The junior bnrU-smai''!: were! The couplp left for an undlsclos- E' r-'-.rh A::::? !vy. Relive I.vnlie ; cd weridin-r tri:>. Upon their return F'--k, Martlia Fll'n Willlmrs atv.l , I. ! Ellis will be ro.isslBncd for fur>';;!i-" OM-'^tirf The brUK<;'v:u;|s! thcl' duly. Official : Visit To Be Paid Eastern Star Today will mark an official visit of the Worthy Grand Matron. Mrs. Ruth M. Thorpe of Little Rock, at a joint meeting ancl banquet for local chapters of Ihe Order of (he Eastern Star. Membcts nl chapters who will a(- tcnd ft re from Blythevillc, Manila. Wilson, and OFceola chapter.s and It will lake place In the Masonic hall at Osceola. The banqunt tvill begin al 6:30 j p.m. and the meeting will begin nt R p.m. Those from Blytheville who will lake part in the meeting are Mrs. Mary Hoin. n&snci.itr inat.rnii: Mrs. Martha Alley, cmuiucHrcs.s: Mrs, Ruby Stilwell, Martha; nnct Mrs. W, C. Colston who is worthy matron of the Blytheville chapter will prospnt the gift to the worthy grand matron. Thumtay al noon thp Dlythevtllr Chnprrr will honor Mrs. Thorpe al the Mntntilc Temple *'ith a poiluck hmchrnn. Kxccutive Boatrl Meets at Church Bits of News I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace and j son Gean were in Memphis Saturday for the Cotlon Carnival and parade Saturday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mike Parks and Mr. and Mrs. Van Rigcs of Blytheville, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cockrelt ot Osceola spent Sunday at Kentucky Lake. Susan Xlayne Fraxier has been removed to her hnme in Bimiette from Walls Hospital following a tonsilectorhy last week. Fred Stcadman, son of Captain and Mrs. Fred L. Steadman, received a serious Injury yeslcr- day morning at their home In California where Capt. Sleadman is stationed. He has been taken to a hospital in Las Vegas, Ncv. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Mrs. Stnad- man's parents, left-ye&terday afternoon, Mrs. Lelnnrf Chatham of Louisville. Ky., will arrive Trutrsdny to be the guest ot her sister. Mrs. Matt Monaghan and family. Mrs. Chatham is coming especially to attend the graduation (ronl Blytheville HlRh School of her niece. Miss nosemary Monaghnn, and will thnn accompany the Monaghan family lo Payettevile on June 6 to attend the graduation from the University of Arkansas, ol another niece. Miss Barbara Monaghrin. Miss Barbara Monaphan will be a member of the Blytheville school faculty next re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & HOc At All Times Miss Lois Baker Becomes Bride of Johnny Smith Mr. anil Mrs. Earl Bak« announce HIP ninrriane of their daughter. Lois lo< Johnny Smith, son of Mrs Hazel Smith. The single ring ceremony was performed May 10. by the Rev. J. R. Harris at his home. Matron of honor and onlv fcml- j nine attendant, was Mrs. Earnest L. Baker, sister-in-law of the bride, \ who chose a suit of navy blue with ' red accessories. The bride was dressed In a blue pin checked sail with which she '•ore navy accessories. An arrangement of pink rosebuds was pinned at her shoulder. Earnest L. Baker, braiher of the bride, served as besi, man. The wedding party stood before nn arrh of honeysuckle and roses with baskcls of roses, flanking the arch on each side. A white satin prie dieu on which the couple knelt for blessing stood In front of the arch. A reception at. the future home of the couple was held for members of the Immediate family and close Mrs. R. Lipscomb Receives State Sorority Honor Mrs. Robert A. Llpocomb. recently selected Beta Slgmi Phi of Ihs ye»r by the local chapter here. w»j named Arkansas Bela Sisim Phi of the year at the. sUI«- convention of Beta Sigma Phi held In Little Rock ]a«i. weekend. The preMntatlon al Die gold lov- init cup and scroll was marie at a binquet «nd dance In Howl Marlon Saturday by Waller Ross, founder of Ihe organ'iuitlon. She. v»s nelected by the Litlls Rock city council of Bela Sigma Phi on the basis of accomplishment, leadership, and personality. Personal Interviews or the outstanding candldales were held at a lea given in their honor at the Governor's mansion. Upon receiving (lie cup. Mrs. Lipscomb took the opportunity riiir- tnp her acceptance speech lo praise the city of Blytheville and to invite the audience of some 600 people to attend the National Cotton Picking Contest, sponsored by Ihe Blytheville Jaycees. Also attending the convention from BlytheviUe were Mrs. Blake Polly, incoming president of the Alpha Alpha. Chapter. Mr.s. T. A. Folrer, Incoming president of the Alpha. Delta. Chapter, and Miss Nancy Holland. New Member Added j To Armorel HD Club j One new member. Mrs. W. o. ,' Anttcr.son. Jr.. was admitted to the Armorel Home Demonstration Club Friday when members met at the | home of Mrs. Milton Dallas with 13 : A potluck luncheon was served and business meeting tallowed..! Mrs. Stanton Pepper gave a devo- j tional and Mrs. W. A. Lewis led 'j prayer, which wa.s followed by the j eye opener and exchanging of sun- ] shine gifts. Mrs. Sam Hnnlcy and; Mrs. Harry Parrish won prizes. • Prayer dismissed the croup after] the meeting wa.s adjourned. ARKANSAS BETA SIGMA rill—At the state convention of Beta Sicma phi held in Little Rock May 17 and 18. Mrs. Robert A. Lipscomb. recently namrd Beta Sigma Phi of the year by her local chapter was piumcd Arkansas Beta Sigma phi of Hie year ajid presented a gold loving cup and scroll by Walter ROM llcfti of Little Rock, the founder of Beta Sigma Phi. Franklin Loy (center) of Little Rock City Council looks on, Class Party Held Members of the Business Girl* Class of rhci First Baptist Ctiurrh tauffhc by Mrs. Alvin Huffman. Jr.. had a wiener roast last week in Walker Park. Miss La Vonnt Portion was hostess Rt her home for Ihe assembling of the group before going" lo the part. Miss Rosana Cleveland. at the refreshment table. A miscellaneous shower was given her by Ihe Women's Society of Christian Service of the Half Moon Methodist Church and Mrs. C. w Spurlock honored her with » kitchen shower at her home last Friday year. Condition or Mrs. F. B, Black, who underwent an operation yes- tcrrtay at St. Luke's Hospital, st Louis, is .satisfactory. Carol Lee Beavers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beavers, is reported lo be in a satisfactory condition at Blytheville Hospital following an appendectomy Mrs. William Wright of st Louis formerly of Blytheville, Is visiting here as guest of her niece, Mrs Ga«K Cark. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Forrest of Memphis visited his parent. 1 ! this week end and were accompanied home by Mr. Forrest's sister, Mrs. Ewell Walters. Mrs. W. M. Hunter has returned to her home, in Elreno. Okli. after visiting her brother, C. G. Whit- tnker and ^f^s. Whitlakor. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilson re- turned from Cave City after visiting Mrs. Cecil .Johnson and family. Cpl. Billy Mack Hijgins returned i to Camp Gordon, Ga.. after a fur- j lough which he spent with his ; parent*. Mr. ftnri Mrs. Pletch His- gins. Their guests also included Mrs. Molly Mahan. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Holifield of Walnut Ridee i and Mr.''arid* Mrs. Orville Mahon of Alicia. Ark. Mr. and Mrs, B. Jarratt of Los Angeles f\nd Mrs. Henry Neal of Holland visited Mrs. P B. Jarratt Friday. Delano McMillian has been elected governor of his housing unit p.t University of Indiana, Blnomington, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMillian of Blytheville. Master Sargeant Frank A. Moore, who recently graduated from technical engineering school at Grand Falls, Mont., is visiting his sisters, Mrs. W. L. Newmon and Miss Ellen Moore. The Rev. and Mrs. Orvllle Me- Guire »nd Mrs. Gene McGuire were in Memphis yesterday to visit- Mrs. Ted McGviire who Is a patient at St. Joseph Hospital. Coming Events Tuesday Blytheville Junior Auxiliary has •A dinner dance honoring provisional members at. (5:30 p.m. In the Mirror Room of the Hotel Noble. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary meet at 8 p.m. at the Legion Hut. Wednesday Club Eight meets in the home of Mrs. Jesse M. White. Mrs. B. c. Rose Is hostess to Town and Country Bridge Club. Wednesday Club is guest of Mrs. Hunter Sims at her home. Mrs, W. H. O'Kccfe entertains CIB Club. • Thursday Eastern Star meets at the Temple at noon for potlucJc luncheon and meeting. Thursday Rook Club will play weekly game in the home of Mrs. Cleo Wren. Duplicate Bridge League ha» weekly meeting. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Wallace Hudson, city Michael Pope. Citj. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Paul Burkjs. City Mrs. William H. Aston and baby, City | Mrs. John Coggins and baby, Ht. E. Roy Keller, sfccle. TUHS.-WKn.-THURS. i.K KEATUKE Mr.ron. M -s .l-.'np \Vc-lborn. Miss ; The New york Slatf Thr:mav rth-. Gim Wi>y^ 0 f Gron^a.] Nw y.,rk"lo Buffalo is s-rlwd- n rjf cmilp'.ptPd in IS.i-l. i lilcd Mi-.;. an ,i M. S D an n nrm , ,,{ Q : ,I. vr-Toij. Ir-x. j corritiie lo Ihe s; Thrmvay V,i- Ih^r irirsre Irnslh hire zmv tis' thnritv. Trinity Baptist Church Executive I3n.->rd nirnibcrs rnrt Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. E. C. Thompson, Prayer opcnrrt Hie mfctinc nnd '>'as followed hy the ^atrhword re- - ncnjrrt hy n)l Hietnbers present. Mrs.; Pal Nitcs! 2 For Price of I R. w. Wootrn was in chursr of the hiinnrss tnec'tintt and xviih sei\len?e prn.ver they adjourned. Mrs. Thompson served rrfreshmenU 1 :. Old Fashioned CUE M> have been requested to ii.ive anolher "Old Fashioned Havbe- cite." iM^ny of our friends were disappointed last lime because M-e underestimated the demand. We promise you (his lime we "•ill he prepared . . . plenty of barbecue and nil Ihe Irimmins'. THURSDAY, MAY 22nd From It a.m. to 2 p.m. 1'rom S p.m. t» n p.m. ADULT PLATE $i,QO CHILD'S PLATE 50e Lake Street Methodist Church If you desire barbecue in the bulk, please call 20.1S l.cforc 9 p.m. Wednesday nipht. KELLEY'S Your Friendly Shoe Stort in Blyth«vill< a VACATION STYLES Graduate June Bride ? II really doesn't mailer! You'll find the perfect gift for her al The Gift. Shop ... a distinctive fiifl- A graduate or June bride, she'll appreciate the gift more when it comes from Ihe Gifl Shop. Come in soon we have many suggestions to offer, —PI.US- Mil lr M MN*rSHI-DIVIL! . v fJK«,v Ch-i.loph.r KEN] Also Cartoon Cnr>l whilrii in »id* choice if rfr<-#* »ntt pJar »lrl**l Thwv'l! ... Ion r-^*« rinc Acror-at Bontlcrf Solp (h*t> guaranteed for fall three 5 .in *<i to 0 On/v ACROBAThfis these Growing foot Design features: SttOIS FOR IOTS ANO GIRLS As adiwtixd in Ladies' Hone Journal AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY ALSO SHORTS: "Sleepy Time Possum" & "Ghost Busters" Mr. Air. & Ritx Guest's Mrs. Max l.ngan & Mrs. Cecil [,owe & Family Family

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