The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 21, 1953
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PAGE FOUR SLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V COUKIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 19SS Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Lt. James B. Henry Claims Hand Of Miss Mary K. Keel of Newport WSCS Meeting Conducted Here Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist Church met at the church last night fur the second session of their study on Africa, which Is being conducted by Mrs. Billy King. Mr>. Cecil Lustc presided over the bush ess session during the earlier part of the meeting. Plan*; worn completed for (he barbecue dinner ! pn ,t nnd I.t. Henry's parents are and supper to be held Friday. Mrs. | AIr . (tn d &],«. James Wilson Henry of BlytlHn-iHe. Preredmt* the The weddlnc of Mi:-s Mary Katherine Keel of Newport to Lt. James Boiver Henry of Blyihevllle was solemnized Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock In the First Methodist Church of Newport willi the ceremony read by the Rev. Guy C. Ames, pastor. The bride is the daughter ol Mr. and .Mrs. John Peyton Keel of Neiv- C. T. siiamlin offered prayer. Mrs. King gave the worship service from Matthew. Mis. Bill Gregory gave the first session of the study and Mrs. Joe Thoi las gave the second session and dismissed the meeting with pray T. Mrs. Shamlin, Mrs. J. W. Woo'um and Mrs. George Shanks i served refreshments at intermis- ) ion. j Ycirbro WSCS Has Program Meeting MJS. D. B. Abbott and Mrs. Wfll ter Barnes entertained Inst night for members of the Yarbro en's Society of Christ inn Se: of the Methodist Church. j Frank Gioup singing and prayer by Mrs. I tlie brlde Ctrl Burton opened the meeting. I Given it Mrs. John Johnson gave the pro- gran., "Telling the Old Old Story." with the assistance of Mr.s. Monroe Besharse, Mrs. Jim Baughman tmii Mrs. M. 0. McRav. ceremony ft program of nuptial music was provided by Mrs. C!;inde M. Edwin, organist, and Mrs, Bobby Fortune, vot-itlist. I The traditional wedr.ii sr maichPS I \vcrc used by (he orgrmist, and the | soloist sung, "Entrmit Me Not Lo j Lr-ave Thee" from (he oratorio. j "Hiith" by Gaul. "I Love Thee," i by CJrleR and "the Lord's Prayer" J by Mnlolte. i VOWH were exchanged before the | altar adorned with white t-arnations j and stock in brans alutr vases and ! white floor baskets filleti with while I double stock and gladioli. the moulded bodice to the deep V waistline that was marked by ap- plique organdy roses. The extremely full gathered skirt swept to a wide fan shaped train. Her veil nf imported silk illusion extended in misty folds to her fingertips from a tlerra of illusion petals and orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of while roses and fleur de amour .showered with lily of the valley. Miss Gertrude Keel, her sister's! maid of honor, was gowned in a pink nylon mai'qui.sHte dress with Bits of News matching hat, adorned with pink j sweetheart roses and carried a tiny erionat Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon had AS their jtuesta during the week end his sister. Mrs. Robert Hnwklns and daughter, Charlene, of Memphis nnd his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B Mahon of Jonesboro, Miss Mary Noe underwent a ton- Bilectnmy yesterday nt Walls Hospital. Her condition is reported to be satisfactory. Mi's. Frank Nelson, who underwent major surgery last week at the Baptist Hospital In Memphis, is rc-portod to be In satisfactory condition. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Sayre returned today to their home in Cold Water. Mich., after sending a week as guests of Drs. Carl and Edna Nies, and Mrs. Bonnie Peck in j Osceoht. Dr. Sayre Is a nephew of Dr. Kdna Nies, and is a brother of in-LI,- caudlps in Kcven-hraucht'd camk-la-, iVom- ' bra completed the setting. The can- port. Graham Pun low of i ervlce i dies were Lighted by John and ville, John Haley of Silonm^S Wright Keel, brothers of " ""' " "" ' After Mrs. Johnson dismissed the meeting, the hostesses served sert and coffee. riage by lier father, the bride wore a gown of white layered nylon tulle ovrr taffeta featuring wide bateau neckline, outlined by Swiss Imported organd} petuls, that extended down the long tulle sleeves which tapered U cles- 1 points over her wrists. Tiny covered buttons extended down the buck i»[ Calvary Circle Meetings Conducted Members of four Calvary Baplist Church Woman's. Missionary Union met at the homes of members yesterday for Bible study programs. Mrs. Roy Prullt was hostess to mnirbers of the Irene Brannan Cir- 1 Gean as guests. cle ior the Bible study directed by Mrs. Mark Anderson. New members included Mrs. Claude Roland, and Mrs. Odls Cole. Mrs. Jack Pruht and daughter were guests. Mrs. Larry Byrum was in charge of the brief business session. Members of the Z. T. Rankin Circle met- at the home of Mrs. R. V. Oean. with Mr.s. MMvin Chris- mi. Mr.s. W. C. Darby, Mrs. H. R. Tops In Sportswear By Sue Burnett You'll look pretty nnd cool nt the sfltn.i time in this play dress lhat'8 the newest, in sports wear. See how nicel.v the colors Mrs. Oean wns in clrirge of the program and introduced Mrs. MH- vin Chri^linn, who told of the rx- j pcriences of her brother. Y>. T. Riuikln, for whom the circle is named. He is a missionary in Japan. Mrs. W. K. AM away offered the dosing prayer, Edith Rose Wilier Circle members met at the honm of Mrs, Eddie Ford. Jr., for Bible study conducted by Mrs. A. U. Priest.. Guests were Mr.s. E. H. Ford. Mrs. K. J. Gulp, Mr.s. Jack Voweil nnd Mrs. Bill Hardin offered the opening nnd closing prayer. Members nf the Edi'h Montron Circle met with Mrs. W. H. O'Neal for a program. Guests were Mrs. Hubert Polsgrovp, and Mrs. J. M. Moslcy. New members Included Mrs. Lee Moore, Mr.s. C. F. Rowe. The opening prayer was offered by Mrs. PolsRrovo, aftfir which Mrs. A. J. FDIU!]•(.'!) presided in the business session. Mrs, Preston Thorn wns in charge if the program. Assisting her were Mr.s. Henry McCain, who gave the devotional, Mrs. Buddy Cockrnn. nnd Mrs. W. F. O'Neal, who gave .he closint; prayer. flower basket filled with matching j sweetheart roses and heather, 'I'he bridesmaids were Misses Patricia Keel and Joan Keel, sisters of the bride, and Mrs. Kenneth Thaxton and Miss Natalie. Taylor of Trumann. They wore gowns, Idfiiticiil in design to that of the maid of honor, hi a shade of wood violet, with matching accessories. Lt. Bill Crawford of Little Rock served Lt. Henry as. best man and ushers were Robert Newell of, Ne.w- Bljihe- Springs,, and James E. Spencer of Newport. The brides' mother chose a white nylon gown with rhincxtone embroidery designed with a low neckline and straight skirt. Her hat matched her dress nnd her corsage was of purple orchids. The mother of the bridegroom was attired, in H Dior gown of copper-colored chantilly lace over matching taffeta. The decolletage neckline wa« embroidered in a. scroll design of copper sequins, and the full skirt was banded with net and the same sequin motif was repented in the skirt. She wore a small white hat studded with copper beads and copper veiling, and at her {shoulder was a white orchid. L'he bride's parents were hosts for a reception at Fellowship Hall >f the church following. Those assisting in entertaining were Mrs. Frank Wright. Mrs. J. O. Speucer.' Miss Katherine Wheeler and Mi«s Arden Ferguson, all of BlyUieville Miss Carolyn Parrish, Mrs. Rlcharc Selbold. Mrs. Jack Walker, all of Mr. Htid Mrs, John Mahon and family of Princeton, Ky., were gtif.'stfi of Mrs. Mahon's mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan. and Mrs, Mnhan Bell during the past week end. Miss Nancy Hughes of Memphis spent the week end here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes. Capt. W. H. Morse, of San Antonio, who has been the guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse for the week end. left today via Memphis to report for a tour of duty in the Far East. With the Medical Corps. Capt. Morse was accompanied to Memphis bv his wife, who arrived here with him Thursday, and his father. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Da3 r , Mr. and Mrs. Waller Day, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Mason Day. Jr., will be in Charleston, Mo., tomorrow and will attend the funeral of Mr. M. F. Day's sister, Mrs. Tsaiah Park, which will be conducted at 10 a. m. at the i Methodist Church there. j Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray left for | Dotham, Ala., where they will \ send a week visiting thnir son. j Marion Gray, Mrs. Gray and children. Leaving today were Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Heydi, who returned to their home In Jackson. Mo., after visiting for the past week with Mrs. Heyde's ;Ist,er. Mrs, M. F. Day and Mr. Day. Janie and Jim Ellis, children of j Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., are reported to be slightly improved, today. They have had measles for the past week. -Spring Checks- Coat Is Weightless This is one way for a coat lo look (his Spring. Lightweight wool in black-and-white Lesur checked tweed with nubby surface makes coal that wraps. Collar and very wide, full cuffs are touched with velvet. This could be an all-purpose coat all through Sprine —By Caile Dugas, NEA Woman's Editor. WSCS Meeting Are Conducted Dfficers Installed By Gosnell PTA Officers of the Gosnell Parent- Tcacher.s Association were inxlalk'tl Friday nt their, fliml mfcMlng of lie year, when Mr,*:. R,. L. Miixwi'll ^resided. Mrs. Buford Vmm^ oi' Blytheville nstnlled the officers who included Mrs. Maxwell, prreidont; Mrs. Dill Crawford, vlcp-prrsidi-nt; Mrs. Imo- rpnc .Ciis(i!.e, secretary; Mrs. C. A. loody, treasurer; nnd Mrs. Jackie Vhlte, reporter. Mrs. Fnincoi MoMurrv wits lender f the prognnn nnd Lloyd E. Irby HTSL'iiled the natituml preMdnni's im\ssa<M'. Mny fi was .M-k-cted lu the und- combine, and in-] dale for the summer clurnd is a tiny bolero to protect; _.-., .__._ you • shoulders from tht; sun. ] P; ttcrn No. 8953 is a st.'w-ritt> per- j foraied pattern m sizes 11, 1'2, i3, 14,' 18, 13. Sizes 12, 2" a yards of 39-inch; bolero. % yard; 3 < yard contrast. F<r this pattern, .send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desire-i, find the PATTERN NUMBER to -Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Qni.-icy St.. Chicago 6, 111. Dm't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pat- ten printed inside the book. 25 cents. WHEN YOU THINK OF 01 UNITED NSURANCE AGENCY trading legal reserve, old-line companies, approved hy every Rtata In the Union and Canada. All formi, Including Low Cost Auto and Fire Insurance. Quick aettlementi. Real Savings on Oar and Fir« Insurance A. F. 'Dee' Dietrich Mxuafer 108 80. 1st InKram RMg. Phont «m Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Sf'orts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times TUKg- \VKD-THURS Double Feature Little Rock, and Mrs, Joe McDonald of Newport. The couple left for a brief wed- ;linjf trip, after which they will mnke tlieir home in Philadelphia, pn., where the groom Is stationed. The bride chose for traveling, a navy suit and matching hat trimmed with pink fihanlung. Her n Memories were navy, and she pinned a corsnge of white orchids nt ner shoulder. Auxiliary Meet Is Conducted Josephine Shibley was hostess at the parish house last night for members ol the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, when «. program meeting mis. conducted. Mrs. Ij?Ri>y HmUlleston gavt the levoiioiwl, after which the group packed five boxes of food to be sent lo World Relief. The program for .'iiiiUi of the Hills," which was presented by Mrs. O. O. Hardaway and Mrs. j. E. Killett. Refreshing] t.s were, served by the hostess following the meeting. Mohan Home Is Scene of Dinner Mrs, Mnhan Bell and Mrs. T. J. Mahan were hostesses at their home on Walnut Saturday evening fnr n family dinner attended by I about 22 guests. | Spring flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms of their home, with tulips and jonquils predominant. Out-of-town guests included Capt. and Mrs. William H. Morse and family of San Antonio. Tex.. Mr. and Mrs. John Mahan of Princeton, Ky., nnd Miss Nancy Hughes of Memphis. Following dinner, they spent the evening In Informal entertainment. SYLVANIA Radio-TV Sales & Service CBS-COLUMBIA Electronic Lab 110 W. Walnut I'h. 2-M1 — Nile 607R Members of the. seven Circles off Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met yesterdiiy at the homes of members for circle study. Mrs. James C. Guard was hostess to 17 members of Circle One. for a study given by Mrs. H. W. Wylle. Mrs. James Walker was hostess find Mrs. Mary Henley was co-hostess for a meeting of 10 members and two guests of Circle Two. Mrs. George Pyles gave the devotional. Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Paul Pryor entertained members of Circle Three, when 10 circle members j attended. Mr.s. L. E. old gave the devotional and Mrs. H. N. Whitis presented the study. Ten members of Circle Pour met with Mrs. Mel Brooks and Mrs. H. L. Harp gave the study. Mrs. will Burns and Mrs. O. C. Ganske entertained members of Circle Five. Mrs. J. A. Bryant gave the devotional, and Mrs. Mavis Settlemire gave the study. Eleven members of Circle Six met with Mrs. Ray Price. Mrs. Leon Burns gave the devotional and Mrs. Dick J. White gave the study. The Rev. Roy I. Bagley spoke on Methodism at. the meeting of Circle Seven, when Mrs. Blan S Heath and Mrs. Johnson Blackwel were co-hostesses. ,Al the Hospitals Blylhcville Hosiiital Dismissed: Emerson White. Osceola. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Lula Worsley, city. If your cellinss are very low, hang draperies as high as possible and have them extend to the floor. Top off the unit with a cov- nice. Bun your wallpaper or paint all the way to the ceiling;. JS ^ New FAB WASHES WHITER / 50 Women Attend Church Meeting Fifty members of the Women of the First Presbyterian Chiirdi attended the general meetinu held In the social rooms of the? church yesterday. Mr.s. M. White, president, presided in the business, in which Sponsors' Dny nt the Presbyterian Home for Children located in Mon-_ ticelto was nnounced by Mrs. Bob Losan. The report of the PrestayU'riai held last week in Clarendon \vas presented In skit form by Mrs. Q. W. Dillahmuy, Mrs. White. .Mrs. W. A. Dobyns nntl Mrs. Harvey Kidd taking part. Tile program was given by Mrs. J. B. Fisher, with Mrs. Roy Walton, j Mrs. J. E. Carter assisting. Follow- j ng the program, Mrs. J. E. Bcasley, Mrs. Johnny MBIT and Mrs. Bob Logan were hostesses for the social iionr. - Coming Events Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 7:30 p.m .meeting it the home of Mrs. E. L. Boggi. Wednesday Lunge PTA rms 3 p.m. meeting it the school, preceded by 2:30 p.m. executive board meeting. Mrs. Harry Kirby entertains members of the Wednesday Club. Mrs. James Roy is hostees to members of. Chapter "D" of PEO with Mrs. W. M. Lawshe »s co- hoKtess. Dogwood Home Demonstration Club has meeting at the club. Mr.s. Harold Nunn Is hostess t« member: of the Clf Club. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Otto SiTajw. Doltonian Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Thursday Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church has 2:30 p.m. meeting at, the church with Mrs. E. E. Hardin and Mrs. J. G. Sud- buvv CIAL! Regular $5.98! Black Patents! Smoofh Leathers anj Mesh Combinations! Navy! Red! Black! Many Heel Heights! Sizes 4'/2 to 10! 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