The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1953 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 6, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUftlER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAT 6, New* Pat Mullini, Society Editor Phone.4461 Dessert Bridge Given for Club Mrs. Lloyd Stlekmon rnlf-rtalr members of the Tuesday Club at her home yesterday afternoon, with a dessert bridge jwrty. Pink rose buds were used in the cenlers of (he card table:;, where MARRIKI) — [dessert was served In-fore they Miss Twila " lnvl ' rl 1)rlt| K e - . , _ ill ^ 1 '- s - Charles CriRefr won first Lamb, (IHIIRH- place, with second plnce tuning to ler of Mr. and: the hostess nnci bridge to Mrs. Jesse Country Club Bridge Tournament ]Ends; Trophy Winners Named were Mrs. E. B. Gee. Mr«. O. W. Afflick and MrsyC. C. Councllle. WSCS Meeting; Election Is Held Mrs. n. F. Gay was hostess to members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Half Moon Mrs. James Cleo Lamb of Lfcachville, and Billy B. Steod, sou of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Steed, also of Leachvilln, were married .Sunday at tlio First Raptist Church tliero, where they will make their home following a wedding trip Taylor. La Petite Club Is Entertained Mrs. Arthur Vance entertained yesterday nt Blytheville Country Club for members of the La Petite Club and one guest. Mrs. John Lenti. A dessert course was .served pre- cf-clinf; the afternoon's bridpe games which wore won by Mrs. Eric Whitley and Mrs. Neal Ge.sell. Spring flowers In vivid shades were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Leachville Couple Marries In Baptist Church Ceremony Miss Twila Lamb, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. James Cleo Lamb of Leachville, became the bride of Billy B. Steed, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L Steed, also of Leachville, Sunday afternon at three o'clock at the First Baptist Church in Leachville. The sanctuary of the church' was decorated with baskets of white stock, .white gladioli and fern on sides of the altar, and forming a background were white tapeis \vrought-iron candelabra. Pews of the church were marked with bows of white satin and puffs of niallne, Interspersed with white blossoms, Mrs. J. H. Little, Jr., organist, presented a program of nuptial music as guests gathered. John Elmer Keith of Leachville and Claude Earl Barnett of Monette lighted the tapers and served as ushers. J. H. Little, Jr., vocalist, sung "Ah Sweet Mystery of Life," "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer" as a nuptial blessing. "O Perfect Love" was played during the exchange of vows, which was performed by the Hcv. Harold White, pnstor of the church. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a period wedding gown of candlelight satin and rhan- tilly lace. The bodice of lace, was matron of honor, In a shade of azure fashioned with a high neckline and tiny Peter Pan collar with self covered butons to the waistline. The sleeves ended In petal points over the hands. The bouffant skirt was poised over hoops and ended In a chapel-lensth train. A fingertip veil of illusion fell from a cornet of braided satin, with clusters of pearl- ized orange blossomfi on-elthcr side. She carried a bouquet of orchids In a cascade, and edged with stephnn- otis. Mrs. Prank M. Sweet, Jr., was her sister's matron of honor. She wore a strapless gown of orchid nylon tulle over taffeta, featuring a bodice embroidered with seed pearls and finished with a catching stole. Her bandcnu was of orchid taffeta, and she carried a cascade bouquol of pink carnations. Bridesmaid was Miss Bobbie Lou Campbell of Jonesboro, who wore a gown of mint green taffeta with an overskirt of organza and an off the shoulder neckline. She cascade bouquet of tions. Belinda Karen Sweet. Mrs. Briggs Is Hostess to Club Members of the TrI-Town Bridge Club were onLertaliicd yesterday by Mrs. Diilc Brings at the Country Club, when guests were Mrs. Germ Atkinson and Mrs. K. E. Grpnn. Snlacl courses were .served at the card tables, which were decorated with silver bowls holding pastel colored iris. Bridge names provided the evening's .entertainment and winners were Mrs. Garrard Cnudill, first plricc, and Mrs. Atkinson, second place. blue. She wore a blue bandeau In her hair, and carried a basket of the same blue as her dress. Johif D. Wells of Leachvllle assisted Mr. Barnet.tind Mrs. Keith In ushering. LeRoy Carter, also of LenchvilJe served as best man, A reception was held following the ceremony at the church. Those assisting the bride's parents were Miss Jean Frances Trice of Jonesboro, Mrs, George Hotit of Leachvllle and Mrs. Fay Douglas. The couple left for a wedding trip In the Southwest, and upon their return will live In Leachville, where Mr, Steed hns business Interests. The bride chose for traveling a milt of navy blue with navy accessories, and a pink hat. She pinned the orchid corsage from her bridal bou- uet, at her shoulder. " Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Anniversary Is Observed Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Morgan of Manila celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary Sunday at their home, when ,134 friends and relatives from Memphis. Kennett, Holland, Blytheville, Dell and Manila attended. They were presented with,*, three- .iered wedding cake by their Sunday school class from Dell Baptist Church. Punch and cake were served by Mrs. Ray Morgan, assisted by Mrs. Udell Newsom, Mrs. J. D. Iglohrart, Mrs. Edd H.lrdin, Mrs. is Irvine, and Mrs. J. V. Henderson. Miss Jeannette Henderson presided at the gueet book. Last nlKht marked the dosing of the annual Country Club Duplicate Tournament. Eleven tables of players participated In the two-day tournament, which was won for the second year by Mrs. Eugcna Jenkins and Mrs. Alta Camnieron, both of Steele. Monday night nml Tuesday night sessions were conducU'tl hy O. S. Crowd! Winners; In the Monday ses- Methodist Church Monday, with i 'ion ~ were Mrs Jenkins and Mrs. eight members and one new mem- ! Cammeron, first place; Mrs. Rui-scll bcr, Mrs Arthur Penler, attending, and Mrs W D Chamblin, Mrs. Jim Alexander was In charge ana MIS. w Oaj] . gc ! of the program. Mrs. W. R. Light- 1 foot irave the opening prayer and others participating were Mrs. James Alexander, Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, Mrs. O. M. Mitchell, Mrs. Ptiiiter, Mrs. R, L. Hawkins and Mrs. H. C. Buck. Mrs. Gay presided In the business session, in which she was re-elected president. Other 'officers are- Mrs. Ruck, vice president; Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, treasurer and promotion sec- remv of supplies; Mrs. James Alex- 1 1 second place; Mr. and Mrs. George | Wlggs, third place; Mr. and Mrs. 1 Jim Rolcson, fourth place; and Mrs. Dick Watson and J. E. Stevenson, fifth place. Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs..E. F. Kirahner won first place in the Tuesday night session. went to O. S. Crowd! and Harry W. Haines, third went to Mrs. Matt Bits of News frloitlij Mrs. Russell C. Parr and Mrs. C W. Garrigan will be In Memphis today and tonight where they will attend the opera "Sam-,son and Delilah." They will return home tomorrow. Mr .nntl Mrs. J. H. Smart have had as their guests Mrs.'•Smart's mother, Mrs. O. M. Washington of Holly Grove, Ark., and her nunl. Mrs G. B. Leake of St. Louts. They were here yesterday and last night. Mrs. Charles Penn and Mrs Hunter C. Sims are spending several days In Memphis. They went especially to attend the operas, "Sam *son and Delilah," tonight, and "Aicla," tomorrow night. Miss Donna Sue Gore, daughter of Mrs. lone Gore, has been named to serve as secretary of the Cht Omega national social sorority at Mississippi Southern College, where she is a member of the freshman class.- Mrs. and Mrs. C. M. Smart and Mrs. Lloyd Stlekmon arc among Bly- thcville residents, who will attend the presentation of "Sam, son and the bride served as flower-girl, and wore n t'.mvn similar to tiiat of the niece LAST TIMES TODAY EXTRA! Selected Short Subjects RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Airs. Clyde I'alton Mr. & Mrs. William \Vyatt & Family Mr. & Mrs. Joe VnnClcve Mr. & Mrs. A. L. Richardson, .Jr. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents LAST TIMES TODAY THURSDAY & FRIDAY of The Silvery Moon ™» WARNER BROS. «mom TECHNICOLOR I BltlY GSM • mm O'BRIEN,,IMG EllNSON • ffXrjSSr • DAVID BU11EB Para. News & Cartoon: "Starling from Halch" RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. John Sparks & Family Mr. & Mrs. T. I. Sony & Family Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Xachcry & Family . Mr. & Mrs. F. 0. Rcichcl LAST TIMES TONITE! PLUS CARTOON * DON'T MISS! * THURSDAY & FRIDAY First Run in Blytheville! U^-*""""*"*"^ COIOR BY TECHNICOLOR _ .., DAN DAILEY-DIANA LYNN ,«h HUGH O'BRIAN • CAROLE MATHEWS -"SCAT HAD" CROTHERS w ...Kxiud., cuff ALLEN 1\ A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE EXTRA! 2 CARTOONS Monaghan and Mrs. Jou Ferguson, and fourth to Mr. and Mrs. Roleson.| secretary; Mrs. Arthur Penter, Mrs. C. C. Councille and Mrs. O. W. retnV of supplies; Mrs. James i Coppedge tied with Mrs. O. W. Me- antler, spiritual life; Mrs. O. Cutchen and Mrs. W. A. Affllck for fifth place. Over-all winners other than Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Cammeron in first place were Mrs. Kirshncr and Mrs. Gee, second place; Mr. and Mrs. lioleson, third place; Mr. Orowell and Mr. Haines, fourth ptace, Mrs. Monaghan and Mrs. Ferguson, fifth place. Winners of the first place were presented with the Country Club trophy, which is a silver bowl to be kept one year or until a new winner is named. Other winners through third place were presented with gifts of silver. A buffet dinner was served last night at the club preceding the games. An array of pastel tone spring flowers formed bouquets throughout the club. Committee members other than Mr.- Crowell in planning the affair, Mitchell, missionary education; Mrs. Alexander, literature and publication; Mrs. Lightfoot, Christian social relations; and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins, recording secretary. R" ( Veshments were served by the lit-'""I in the social hour following the meeting. Delilah." . The condition of Mrs. Byron Moore, who is a patient at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis is reported to be satisfactory. Mr. Moore and Byron, Jr., returned home last night. Mrs. Moore'is in Room 311. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lej are planning to be in Memphis tonight for the production of "Sam .son and Delilah." David Aiken Has Party on Birthday David Aiken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Holland R. Aiken. was complimented Saturday afternoon with a party honoring his seventh birthday,-when 12 of his friends were invited to attend. Favors and balloons were given to all the children, and ice cream \\as served with the birthday cake, decorated with a May pole. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed; Lovid Pierce, city. Wayne Clayton, Monette. Mrs. Jose Puente and baby, Steele. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. T. A. Kenwright, city. W. R. Stanford, city. Mrs. J. D. Smith, city. Mrs. Orvie Barber. Barfield; - Photo by O'Steen Miss Bevlll Beryl Bevill To Give Recital Mae Beryl Bevlll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shed Bevill of Burdette and member of the graduating class of Burdette High School, will present her senior recital Friday at 8 p.m. in the Burdette school auditorium. Mae Beryl has been active in 4-H club work, is a past worthy advisor of the Blytheville chapter of the Rainbow for Girls, and received the D.A.R. Good Citizenship award at Burdette this year. She has served as Sunday School pianist and assistant church pianist of the New Liberty Baptist Church for the past five year»-and has been accompanist for the Burdette Glee Club. Miss Bevlll Is a student of Mrs. Oulton C. Fowlston with whom she has studied for the past two years. This fall she will enter the University of Mississippi where she will major in music education. Following the program there will be a reception at the school. Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses from the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: ' Willie Whitehead, Steele. and Mabel Edwards, Blythevlle; O'Neal Kellim. Walnut Ridge, and Mary Oldham. Hoxie; John Anderson, Jr., and Delores May, both of Blythe- Baptists Conduct Program Meeting ; Members of the Women's Missionary Society of Trinity Baptist Cliurcli met at the church Monday at 2:30 p.m. for a program meeting with 10 attending. Members repeated the watchword and prayer by Mrs. Arah Speck preceded the program. Mrs. E. W. Woolen presided over the business and Mrs. John Buchanan gave the devotional. Benediction was given by Mrs. John Nelson.' ville;'Charles Harris. Kennett, and Betty Davis, Holcomb; Bobby Halbrooks and Mildred Styis, both of Blytheville. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times WED -THURS Double Feature MW ALSO CARTOON Giii for Belfy Hartford Bemberg Sheer COHAMA washable Bemberg sheer in an exclusive BETTY HARTFORD pattern. Designed to flatter the half sized figure (rimmed with grosgrain ribbon. Navy, Black or Grey. 14^ to 24'/ 2 . REMEMBER MOTHER'S DAY MAY 10th 200 E. MAIN ST,.

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