The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 29, 1954 · Page 4
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FACE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1954 - Society News i« Ann Mallury. Society Editor ' Mitt Millie Ann Mallury, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 R. Russell Phillips, Jr. Claims Bride in Little Rock Ceremony Highland Methodist Church in Little Rock was the setting for the nuptial vows of Miss Sarah Anne Allbright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brice Fount Allbright of Little Rock, and Lt Richard Russell Phillips, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Russell Phillips of Blytheville. The wedding which took place a 11:30 on Friday morning, jJovem b«r 36. was attended by the families and close friends ol the bridal couple. The Rev. Guy C. Ames offlcnted at the double ring ceremony. Baskets of white giant and pompom chrysanthemums were used to decorate the sanctuary, of the church. White satin bows marked the family pews. H. M. Kelsay, organist, provided imuic for the occasion. Mrs. Brice Fount Allbright, Jr., of Little Rock, who served as matron of honor and the bride's only attendant wore a pale blue suit and navy accessories. Her bouquet was of yellow candlelight chrysanthemums. Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a rose-beige costume suit and brown accessories. She carried a white satin prayer book topped with a white orchid encircled with spfays of volley miles. Mr. Phillips served his son as beat man and ushers were Charles Allbright .brother of the bride, and Charles Crigger III, cousin of the groom. The brides mother wore for the wedding a taupe suit and a corsage of sweetheart roses. Mrs. Phillips chose for her son's marriage a peacock blue dress and ,t Calif, where Lt. Phillips will be Bridge League Plays Six Table Ho well Mrs. O. W. McCutchtn, Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Jim Rolebon tied for first place in the .six-table Howcli movement played by Duplicate Bridge League Saturday alternoon with a score of 561; points. In second place Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. C. W. Acllck, Mrs. T. J. Barnes and Mrs. Foy Etchieson tied with 52 1 /-: points. The league will play a Muslerpolnt game Thursday night also. a corsage of sweetheart roses. Following the ceremony, the bride's parents, entertained with a bridal breakfast at the Albert Pike Hotel. The bride's table was centered with the tiered wedding cake which was surrounded with fern and white blossoms and flanked by silver can- dlcabra. Serving were Mrs. Charles Allbright, Mrs. Rodney Ramsey. Miss Janice McAtlee and Miss Madeline Brown. Following the breakfast the couple left lor a wedding trip .after which they will leave for El Toro, Bonny Lee Grimes Has Birthday Party Bonny Lee Grimes celebrated her ninth birthday yesterday when her mother, Mrs. Harry Grimes, Jr.. entertained with a party. Winners in the games played were Jimmy Lee DeWitt. Fred Beard. Honald Grimes and Raymond Krllls, Jr. Individual cakes were served the 11 guests and favors of noisemakcrs and candy were presented the children. , . stationed with the United states Marine Air Corps. Miss Jettye Clair Huffman was in Oxlord, Miss., Saturday to attend the Ole Miss-Mississippi State football game. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chamberlain of Memphis were the guests yesterday of Mrs. Chamberlain's mother, Mrs. Lucy Coody, and her .sister, Mi's. Herbert Joyner. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lane .spent Saturday in Memphis. Mrs. J. G. Barnes, Mrs. Thomas Bogun and children. Mrs. F. A. Alexander of Leachville and Mrs. I.ockle Ross of Memphis returned ye.sterday from Nashvillo, Tcnn., where they visited relatives. Mrs. Clara Martin, Mrs. Gertrude Hollman and Mrs. H. C. Children Celebrate Sixth Birthday Here Henry Lutes and Mary Kay Be- vlll were entertained on their sixth birthdays yesterday with a party. Their mothers, Mrs. Clyde Lutes and Mrs. Shed Bevlll, were hostesses. Tom Lutes, Tarn Goff and Ricky Ounter were winners in Rnines played during the afternoon. Favors of balloons were presented the children. Birthday cake and Ice cream wen- served as refreshments. At The Hospitals Chlcka-SRWb* HOKpllill Dismissed: Mrs. Joe HeaLhcock and baby, Holland. Mrs. Norn Martin, city. Michael Enslburn, Stecle. Mrs. Jnmns Bynrs, Cnruthcrsville. Mrs. GCOI-RC Chirk .find baby, city. Mrs. Ernest F. Hnyncs and bnby, cily. Riife Ash, Holland. William While, city, Mrs. Hurry A. Hnines. city. Mrs. Mnry Louise Wngnon, Lc- panto. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Julian Carnall and baby, city Mrs. Lela Proctor, city. Mrs. Nanny Richardson, Stecle, I Bits of News! j Beacon WMA Has Meeting At Church Beacon Women's Missionary Association met for its regular meet- i ing Friday night, Mrs. James Hampton opened i the meeting with prayer and Mrs. i Fred Hill was In charge of the business. The Rev. J. J. Johnson taught the mission study and Mrs. W. M. Boone dismissed the group wi;h prayer. Marriage Licenses The falluwini; couple has obtained a marriage license from the county clerk. Mrs. Elizabeth Blythc Parker: Eillis Franklin of Holland, Mo., and Frieda Mae Pierce of Horners- vlllc, Mo. Coming Events . Monday \VMU of Trinity Baptist Church meets at church, 2 p. m. Mildred Matthew Circle with Mm. Ernest Walker, 1:30 p. m- and Marlon Cook Circle with Mix Jackie Blackford, 7:30 p. m. CIB Bridge Club meet* with Mrs. Tom Little, Jr. Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon, Mrs. Love ^dams and MM. Mattle Eberdt entertaining Past Patroru of Order of Eastern Star at the Adams Home. Potluck Supper at 7 p. m. Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. Merle Lowe, 7:30 p. m. country Club Bridge League meets. Mrs. C. E. Crigger ha« Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. James Vest entertains NN Bridge Club. Trl-Town Club meets with Mrs. James Terry Wednesday On account of Interior decora Sfjt. William C, Long and family have arrived here after a three- - - --- - -, year tour of duty in Germany. Blankonshlp were in Poplar Bluff | They arc visiting Sergeant Long's last night to attend an orgimixa- mother Mrs J. N. Long, before tioiml dinner of the Altrusa Club, reporting to Fort Lewis, Wash. Pvt. Citry Mason left yesterday | Mr , |ml Mrs Robert McGraw for Bethcsdu.^Md.. where lie ^ will [ , nul children returned yesterday from 'Jasper, Tex., where they, visited Mrs. McGraw's mother, Mrs. H. B. Baldwin. On account ol interior accora- parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. l;ons on the Woman .j Building jf'KBins- be the guest of Mr. and Mr*. Il;un- Illon Tnlbott before reporting to Aberdeen Proving Grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Ander.son of Fort Smith were the weekend guest;; of their son, George Anderson, Mrs. Anderson and sons. Mr. and Mrs, Quincy Alexander spent Saturday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Henry were the,weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Henry. Mr. Henry left for Cleveland, O., where he will work this week and Mrs. Henry remainder here for a visit. Mrs. F. L. Reetl. Robert Hood yesterday Angle Iron Hood returned Newnan. Ga., where they spent the - iiiK Holidays with Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Huyues Farr and son. Gary, returned yesterday from Ashdown, Ark., where they visited Mrs. Farr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Plcrcy. Mrs. Fnrr has been there for the past two weeks and Mr. Farr motored down to spend the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson and son spent the weekend in Wynne as guest of Mr. find Mrs. J. H. Fisher. Johnny Loggias returned yester- ihiy to TeStxs A. and M. niter having spent the holidays here with Thui'scUvy at Chlckasawb tal. The baby has been Kiic'.sts over the weekend Mrs. O. B. Scott of Paragould, Mr. and Mi's. E. E. Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Simpson of Kansas City, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark and daughter of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Haynes are the parents of a daughter born " ' ' ' Hospl- ..... _.__ „ named Margaret Anne. Rowland Faust spent the weekend in Clurksdaie, Miss., visiting his parents. Mrs. Louisa Hosp nnci Mr. and M rs. A. L. Chu mbcrs left this morning for St. Louis where they will visit Mrs. Hosp's and Mr. Chamber's sister, Mrs. Hugh ScroKfflns, for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and .son. Alan, and Mr. and Mrs. Hays Sullivan were in Oxford, Miss., Saturday to attend the Ole Miss- Mississippi State football game, Mr. and Mrs. .C. L. McWaters we're in Oxford, Miss., Saturday to filtfnul the SUxle-Ole Miss football there will not be a meeting of the Garden Club this week. The meet- lug will be held December 8 when a Christmas Workshop will be held. Mrs. Herbert Graham and Mrs, Mrs. Harry Grimes, Jr., entertaining NOW Club at/Graham home, 7:30 p m. Mrs. H. G. Partlow entertains Club Eight. Wednesday Bridge Club meets Bridge Club. Thursday Al Trusa Club meets at Hotel Noble plantation Room, 7 p,m. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Mrs. Ben Mac White has La Nueve Club. Mrs. C. A. Cunnnigham has Mid- DANGER! It U D<ttt?*ro*« to N*?le<t C«vgh from Common Cold Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough, chest cold, or acute bronchitis is not treated and you cannot afford to take a chance with any medicine less potent than Crcomulsion. Jt goes into the bronchial system to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender.inflamedbronchialmcmhranes. Creomulsion blcndt bcechwood creosote by special process with other time-tested medicines for coughs. Jt contains no narcotics. Get a large bottle of Creomulsion at your drug store. Use it all as directed. Crcomulsion is guaranteed to please you or druggist rcfcinds money. Adv. Birthday Party Given For Three Year Old Ricky Hampton, son of Mr. and Mrt. Jumes Hampton, celebrated his third birthday Sunday. There were 28 guest* present. Cartoons and movies were shown during the afternoon for entertainment »nd favors of whistles and balloons were presented. Mrs. James Bailey assisted Mrs. Hampton Is serving birthday cafce, Ice cream and cold drinks. Students Go to Formosa TAIPBH, Formosa Ufi— Overseas Chinese have sent 1,600 of their children to Formosa to school this year, a record number. School authorities say many still go back to the mainland because of the scarcity of schools in Asia for overseas Chinses. 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