The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEW* - Society News - - A „« M a il/.i-it Qftpiotv Rriitor * rnor Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 EXCHANGE VOWS — Miss Edna Earl Presnell became the bride of Norman Ray Bratchcr in a ceremony performed Sunday afternoon at Assembly of God Church. (O'SUen'i Studio Photo) Norman Ray Bratcher Claims Miss Presnell As Bride Here In a ceremony performed Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. at Assembly of God Church, Miss Edna Earl Presnell, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. M. Presnell, became the bride of Norman Ray Bratcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bratchcr, The Rev. J. C. Dickinson off! elated at the ' ceremony before a the bride's book. o! while chrysantho- DflCKErOUnQ DI Willie t"i y BUiiwmJ.- 1 Ilti UOUjllii IVIV Ul> »« M.HVMU««IWJ mums, palm trees and white tn- cd wedding trip, the bride wearing p ers . a three-piece light green suit with Miss Nancy Bratcher served us brown accessories. She pinned or- pianist and wore a gown of pink chlds from her bouquet at her silk and tulle. She wore mum corsage. white shoulder. Out-of-town Misses Jo Ann Downing and W. C. Smith, sister of the bride, Bonnie Sue Presnell served as In- of Chicago, and Miss Pondren of onne per lighters and wore Identical Memphis. gowns of light blue silk over several petticoats. They wore white mum corsages. Miss Betty Presnel! served her sister as maid of honor, she wore a white velveteen dress and pink velveteen hat and carried a nosegay of mums white satin streamers. Father Gives Bride The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore an original gown by Ina In Imported crystalline French chantllly lace on rosepolnt design combined with finely pleated nylon tulle over net and bridal satin. The quaint pointed lace bas- que fastened with miniature lace buttons and the portrait dccollet- nge neck was completed with a shadow of pleated tulle under the lace scallops embroidered with baby pearls, interspersed with sequins. The bodice featured long sleeves buttoned from the elbow to petal points over the hands. The ballerina length gathered skirt was accentuated over Dior hoops in a crinkle pleated pyramid of pleated tulle riitflcs alternating with the wide galloons of exquisite lace. Her double-tier finger tip veil featured hand-rolled hems and fell from a Juliet cap of complementing lace with jewel embroidery. She carried a prayer book lopped with white orchids. Gene Pcnn served Mr. Bratcher as best man and ushers were Jimmy Bratcher and Leo Hodtje. Mrs. Presnell wore for her daughler's marriage a gray cashmere dress with black accessories and white, mum corsage. The groom's mother wore a navy blue dress with navy accessories and mum corsage. Reception Given Following the ceremony, the bride's parents entertained with n reception In the parsonage of the church. The bride's table was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with the wedding cake, encircled with fern and pom-poms. Those presiding at the table were Mi.ss Knthryn Thompson and Mrs. Frank Hodge. Miss Berna Judy Bushing n patient In the Jacksonville children's Convalescent Center wns visited Sunday by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rushing, and J. W. Rogers. Judy who was stricken with polio several weeks ago Is reported to >c Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee Conner and daughter, Sherrell Lee, have moved Irom Detroit. Mich., ami are now making their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roscnthnl were In Memphis Sunday to attend to business. Linda Sonla Wahl, daughter, ot Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wahl, underwent surgery nt the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital tn Memphis yesterday. Her condition Is sal- is factory. Mr. and Mrs. Wnhl ore MOX -THEATRE- On Wesr Main St. In Blyrheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat., Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen TUESDAY ONLY ROCKET THROUGH SPACE ON MAN'S, GREATEST ADVENTURE! RIDERS TO THE STARS Ul COLOR If 001(18 MPOf »M[fil£A PLUS STAGE SHOW Fondrcn of Memphis presided at The couple left on an undlsclos- guests were Mrs, Mrs. E. R. Mnson and Mrs, Hurry W. Haines spent yesterday in Memphis. Mary Ellen Hughes who has been R iwUcnt, in the Le nonheur Hospital is now nt her home. Mrs. E. J. Cure and daughter, Josephine, were called to Little Rock this morning bccnusc of the serious illness of Mrs. Cure's fath- r. Mr. and Mrs. George Clark are the parents of n son. their first child, born this morning at Chickasawba Hospital. Misses Jesso Srite and Mnble Christian Women Have Luncheon An executive board meeting preceded the luncheon yesterday when the Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church met. Faith Group was host for the luncheon and arrangements of bronze chrysanthemums were used to center tables where KUests were seated, t'iillc chrysanthemums were used about the room. Mrs. Albert Taylor presided over the business session when committees were appointed lor the ministers Institute to be held here Jan. 24-28. The program was under the direction of Mrs. W. D. Cobb and was entitled "They Don't Come, But Why?" Mrs. James Rainwater and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe. Mrs. Jack Hunt, Mrs. John McHancy, Mrs James Terry and Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Jr., assisted Mrs. Cobb with the program. Mrs. A .G. Hal! gave the devotional and, the group was dismissed with the missionary benediction. Louise Chapman NFMS Has Program Meeting Louise Chapman Chapter of Nazarenc Foreign Missionary Society met nt the church InLs night with 18, members present. Group .singing opened the meeting and Mrs. Roy Gaincs presided In the absence of the president. Mrs. Oscar Alexander gave the opening prayer. The devotional was n recording of Nazarcne preachers and those taking part on the program were Mrs, Alvlc Jarrett and Mrs. Hazel McWilliam. Jimmy Quick dismissed the group. Lake Street WSCS Has Business Session at Church Members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met last night for a business meeting. Mrs. C. M. Baxter opened the meeting wilh prayer and Mrs. C. T. Shamlln gave the devotional. "Sharing Thnnksglvinp." Group singing followed the devotional. The butt,ness session was presided over by Mrs. Georgo Shanks when 11 commuter with Mrs. Baxter as chairman was appointed to trmke plans for n party for the new members, Mrs. H. M. Sanford dismissed the group with prayer. Duplicate Bridge League Conducts Game Duplicate DrlclRC League members plnyed n six tablr Howell movement Snturclny afternoon. Winners were Mrs. Prank Grlps- by and Mrs. Eiif-cntn Jenkins, first with 5i)'£ poinls; Mrs. S. E. Tune nnd Mrs. C. W. Afflick. second with 57 points, and Mrs, P. D. Foster nml Mrs. F. W. Whitner, third wltli 55 points. A masterpoint game will be plnyed Saturday afternoon. There will be no games Thursday night. The spots most likely to collect soil on R strapless bra nre (he top curves of the cups. These edges pick up ,the make-up mid oils from the skin. Squeeze the bra through thick, Hogun were in Parngould Sunday j warm soapsuds and srruh those up- to visit Mi.ss Srite's sister, who per edges with n soft, sudsy brush has a broken hip. I before rinsing. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to Kl.C.N at 10:10 «.m ami 4 p.m. for KHz & Rot? Program Announcements BECOMES BRIDE — Miss Mary Golda McKinney, daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Slough of Fort Smith, became the bride of Thomas Raleigh Sylvester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester of this city, in a ceremony performed at the Grand Avenue Methodist Church in Fort Smith. The couple are now making their home here. Miss Hill Complimented With Bible Ceremony and Shower Miss Maxine Hill, bride-elect of William Heard Stancil, Jr., was complimented last night with a white Bible ceremony and shower. Hostesses were Mrs. J, T. Westbrook, Mrs. Willie Dobson. Mrs. R. y, Mallory and MLss Millie Mnllory. The shower was given In the Mallory home. The wedding bell Lhcme was car- rind nut in decorations with large white bells suspended from the ceilings find tinsel bells seen on mirrors in the entertaining rooms. On the television was a miniature illuminated church set in a bed of snow, and the miniature wedding purty. Gifts were displayed on table centered with pink carnations and a bridal doll. The table from which party foods were served wns overlaid with iiiee cloth and centered with an arrangement of white pom-poms and pink daisies sprinkled with silver. Pink tapers flanked this. Ml.ss Hill wore for the occasion a blue faille dress over several petticoats. She was presented with a v.liite chrysanthemum corsage and silver in her pattern uy her hostesses. Winners in the games played during the evening were Miss Hill, Mrs. Roland Bishop and Miss Ciiffie Coming Events WEDNESDAY Parent-Teachers City Council meet.' nt Presbyterian Church, 10 n.m. All members of Parent- Teixche.r Associations are. alllo- maltcally members of council. Study (-ourse being held at Lanne School at 2 p.m. Executive board meets nt 1!:30 and fieneral meet-Ing will be held at 3 p.m. Chapter D PEO mecls with Mrs. C. S. Lemons at 1 p.m. for luncheon. Mrs. T. J. Mahan Is co-hostess. Thursday Cotillion Club having Thanksgiving Tea-Dunce. Country Club having "Open House'" noon to midnight. Rehearsal dinner for Triesch- mnnn-Wnll wedding at borne ol Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Purr. Friday Mrs. Bob Gardener entertains Vendrecll Bridge Club. Trlcschmami-Wnll wedding at First Methodist Church, 3 p.m. Saturday Country Club entertaining with dance. Overman. A special guest of the group was Miss Melba Hill sister ot the honoree. At The Hospitals Blythcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. B. W. Walker, Cooler. May Brown. City Mrs. Lonnie Baty, Rt. 1, City Chickiisawba Hospital Linus Bulllnger, City Mrs. Troy Myrlck, City Mrs. H. P. McDanlel, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: J. W. Bagwell, Rt. 2, City Mrs. Dorothy Dingier and baby Tomato BAFFLING?-Thls young ladj visiting an art gallery In Paris, France, Is probably trying to figure what this modern piect of art means. Artist George Mnthicu might be able to help her understand what it's about TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Vera RALSTON & Forrest TUCKER In HERBERT J. YAttS REPUBLIC PICTURE PLUS SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS HOTEL NOBLE SPECIAL THANKSGIVING DAY DINNER November 25, 1954 Served From 11:30 in 2:00 & 5:30 lo 8:00 P. M. Price of Knlrec Includes Complete Dinner Clam Chowder—Sallines shrimp—Remoulade Sauce lllo Cinindo Tree Ripened Grapefruit Au Cherry Apricot Nectar Fresh Fmil Cup Mandarin Orange Cocktail Sim Ripened Tomato .Juice Hawaiian Pineapple Juice nooOOOooo OUR HOSPITALITY TRAY Queen Olives Crisp Carrot Sticks JiTd Cel.-ry en Drum-he' nl P e ollvcs Broad n' nutter Pickles . Corn Relish Belle Pepper Rings Spring Stallions oooOOOooo Roast Arkansas Tom Turkey. Sage Dressing. Oiblet Gravy, CvdHbcrvy 1 Relish 2 - M Baked Sugar Cured Hani, Fruit Sauce 1-^ Roast Prime Rib ol Western Beet, Natural Juices 3.00 oooOOOooo Raspberry Ice or Orange Ice oooOOOooo VEGETABLES Marshmallow Sweets Brussel Sprouts AH Benrre Tiny Green Lima Beans oooOOOooo SALAD Hearts of Lettuce. French Dressing or Congealed Cranberry Salad oooOOOooo BREAD Assorted Hot Dinner Rolls and Home Made Breads oooOOOooo DESSERTS PASTRY Steamed Plum Pudding. Hard Sauce Golden Pumpkin Pie Old Fnshloned Mince Meat Pie—Pilgrim Wine Sauce Apple Cider with Homemade Doughnuts FROZEN Boiled Custurd wlih Fruit Cake Pudge Sundae Strawberry Paifait White House Ice Cream Pineapple Sherbet Vanilla Ic* Cream oooOOOooo Coffee Milic Hot or let Ten Phone for Reservations Study Course To Be Held at Lange School Parent - Teacher Association of E' -theville Schools will have s study course «t Lange School tomorrow afternoon beginning at 2 p.m. The Rev. James Rainwater will be guest speaker and has chosen as his topic, "Character for Freedom's Children." Mrs. R. A. Nelson is in charge of the program. CalvaryWMS Has Meeting At Church Women's Missionary Society of Ctlvary Baptist Church met at the church yesterday for » Royal Service program and business meeting. Mrs. J, H. Melton opened the meeting with prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. Fred Phllbrook. Those taking part on the program were Mrs. W. F. O'Neal, Mrs. Louise Baughman, Mrs. H. J. Pondren, Mrs. Claude Rowland, Mrs. Nora tunsford, Mrs. Ona Mae Feeples, Mrs. Melton, Mrs. Carra Pruitt and Mrs. Grace Cockran. Following the program the group had a. potluck luncheon. Mlsi Jean Wiimoih Miss Wilmoth, To Wed Robert Martin Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wilmoth of Etowah today announce the engagement of their daughter, Jean, tr Robert Calvin Martin, son of Mrs. Ruby E. Martin of Luxora. The couple attend Arkansas State College in Jonesboro and following their marriage plan to continue their studies there. The wedding will be solemnized tomorrow afternoon at First Baptist Church in Luxora, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1954 Plans Completed For Country Club Thanksgiving Thanksgiving will be observed at the Country Club Thursday with an "Open House" both afternoon and night for members and their houseguests. For the occasion, the entire olub will have a festive appearance with colorful decorations, wood- burning fires and group arrangement of furniture affording an appropriate setting in the large ballroom and Green Room. The new cocktail lounge will be arranged with candlelight and greenery adding to the setting. Along with recorded music there will be tables arranged for card games and other entertainment. A Thanksgiving menu will b« served at noon and night, along with the usual a la carte refreshments. The Thanksgiving Dance will be given Saturday night, 9 o'clock, with Eddie Brancher and his Dix- ielanders of Little Rock presenting the entertainment. We Have Gifts of All Pricet for: • Mother • The Little Woman Sister • Dad • Huhhy • Brother • The Baby Both the Gifts and the Wrapping Radiate the CHRISTMAS SPIRIT! Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times TUBS. WED. & THURS. 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