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•r ;• PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY M, oce 'etu, P»t Mulling, Society Editor / Phon* 4461 Miss Stall ings Is Bride of Richard Con ley In a candlelight ceremony per formed Saturday evening at 9:30, Miss Lou Etta Stallings became the bride of Pvt. Richard Lee Conley, son of Mrs. Ella Conley and the late Pete Conley of Blytheviile. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stallings, also of Bly- theviile. The Rev.. Robert T, Mc* Master, pastor of Lake Street Methodist Church, officiated at the double ring ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Porsyth. Vows were pledged before a pink marble fireplace, which was bank ed with huckleberry fern and Ijght ed white tapers, which were refract ed in the mirror above the mantel At each side, stood an arrangemen of white asters Interspersed with pink snapdragons, in white wicker baskets tied with large white satin bows. Serving es matron of honor for the bride was Mrs. Forsyth, sister of the groom. She was dressed In an afternoon frock of navy taffeta with matching accessories. Mrs; Hershei Conley who lit, the tapers, chose a gray faille dress with white accessories. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a Virginia Spears original of sky blue crepe. The low neckline was framed with white eyele't embroidery, and the skirt was poised over petticoats of crinoline, featuring ruffles of the same embroidery was the.neckline, showing beneath the hemline. She wore a small white hat with matching veil, which was sprinkled with rhlne- Btones, and. carried a white prayer book topped with a single white orchid with streamers tied In French knots cascading from the prayer- book. 'James Forsytn served his brother-in-law as best man. A navy nylon dress was Mrs. Stallings choice for the mnrriage of her daughter. She wore matching nnvy accessories. The bride will make her home with Pvt. Conley's mother at Clear Lake while he serves with the Army. He is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., with the 361st,,Engineer Construction Battalion. MAURIED — Pvt. and Mrs. Richard Lee Conley are shown following their Saturday evening marriage here. Mrs. Conley is the former Miss Lou Etta Stallings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stallings. Pvt. Conley is the son of Mrs. Ella Conley ami the late Pete Conley. Mrs. Conley wil.1 make her] home here, while her husband is in the army. First Baptist Meeting Held Members of the First Baptist Women's Missionary Union met at the church yesterday for their regular Royal Service prosram and business meeting, following a luncheon. Mrs. Kendall Berry presided during the business session and the meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. E. D. Swanner, followed by the watchword and hymn for tiie year. Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb gave the program, "The Excellent Way for Excellent Youth." and Mrs. Alvin Huffman gave the devotional. Mrs. Shelburne Brewer, Mrs. Max Logan and Mrs. C. E. Johnson assisted her. Mrs. H. H. Brooks gave the benediction. Gosnell Seniors Honored by Club Members of the Beta Club of Gosnell High School honored members of the senior class Friday with a supper given in the lunchroom at the school. The class leaves Friday for their class trip. Special guests werj members of the high school faculty. Games were piayedd uring the evening. Program Meeting Held by WSCS Members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met at the church last night lor the monthly program meeting. Mrs. George Shanks gave the opening prayer, after which Mrs. Cecil Lusk presided over the business session. Mrs. Amy Ruth Gordon gave the worship service. "God So Loved the World," followed by the program, which was given by Mrs. Joe Strickllng. She was assisted by Mrs. C. T. Shamlin, Mrs. Don Lutz, Mrs.' Lusk, Mrs. Billy King and Mrs. O. J. Rodgers, following R scripture, prayer and group singing ot "Oh Jesus I Promise." Each member received a pledge card for the coming year, and Mrs Strlckllng gave a prayer of dedication. Mrs. King and Mrs. McMnster were hostesses during the soda: hour, which followed. Trinity Circles. Meet in Homes Mrs. David M. Barton and daughter, Kay, of Catrori,>Mo., has arrived to be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns. Another daughter of the Burns, Mrs. Jack O'Keefe and daughter, Dnrlan. of Memphis were to arrive today for several days. ' Mary Roussan Alexander, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Alexander, was admitted to Walls Hospital for a tonsllectomy, which she underwent yesterday morning. She is lo be removed today to her home at 511 North Eleventh. Neil Modinger, son of Mr. and Mrs* Canny Modlnger, underwent a tonsillcctomy this morning at Le Bonheur Hospital in Memphis. His parents are in Memphis with him. Mrs. Bill Crocker and Mrs. John Nelson were hostesses to Circle One and Circle Two of Trinity Baptist Church at their homes yesterday afternoon. Five members at Circle One met with Mrs. Crocker. Mrs. H. H. Burnett gave the opening prayer, Mrs. Joyce Crocker presided dviring the business session and taught the mission lesson. Mrs. E. C. Webb gave the dismissal prayer. Mrs. Nelson was hostess to eight members and one guejit, Mrs. Bill Hyde, of Circle Two. Mrs. J. H.. Roberts gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Nelson presided and Mrs. E. C. Parks gave the devotional. After the lesson taught by Mrs. David McPeake, they were dismissed with prnyer by Mrs. R. W. Wooten. Mr. and Mrs. Benford Doler son Benny of Bruce, Miss., were the weekend guests of Mrs. Dolor's mother, Mrs. Mary Lyon, and he Sister, Mrs. Howard Caldwell. anc Mr. Caldwell. Mrs. W. T. Cnldwell has gone to Pontotoc, Miss., where she will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Turnei Bigham for several days. Carl H. Wallace and Ott Mullins spent Sunday at Pocahontas, Ark. where they visited Mr. Wallace's brother, E. Wallace, and family Mrs. Luverl Gainee and infant daughter, Deborah Lee, have been removed from Walls Hospital to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lambert arrived home Sunday from Kansas City where they had spent a week. Calvary Baptist Circles Meet Members of the five Circles of Calvary Baptist Church met at the church lust night for Royal Service program and business session, With Mrs. Jack Attnway conducing the business and the Ola Lee Circle giving the program. Mrs. Tpm Smalley gave the opening prayer, after which the group sang the hymn for the year. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove offered a prayer, and Mrs. Preston Thorn, Mrs. H. J, Fondren. Mrs. Henry McCuin, Mrs. Darrell Lunsford gave parts of the program, Mrs. Dan-ell Umstord ?nve a prayer, and others who assisted with the program were Mrs. Adrian Grocki'tin fvnd Mrs. W. F. O'Neal. Mrs. H. J. Fondren gave ,he benediction. Meeting Held at Church Twenty-eight members of the Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society met for a semi-monthly program last niKht at the First Church of the Nazarene. Mrs. Harold Thompson. Sr., con- lucted the worship service, which vas begun with a prayer and group iinging led by Ji'mmle Quick. Mrs. Oscar Alexander gave a prayer and presided over the business session. Mrs. Earl Knlpple gave the devotional from Saint Luke, anH a chapter from "Missions in South Africa," was given by the superintendent of study, Mrs. Horace Halford. Tile Rev. Harold Thompson gave the benediction. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY N1TE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature BUCK NITE! DOLLAR A CARLOAD THIS WOMAN A WMMUtMOS. PICTURE tmmmnffUK -,•« ran lust k •<cwn Mtu-How KXIHW ruts " v* 1 Sffi. Plus Cartoon -uncheon Given For Houseguest Dr. Edna Nlcs was hostess Saturday at the Country Club with luncheon for 12. complimenting her house guest, Mre. B. O. Allen of Chicago. Mrs. Allen and Dr. Nies are cousins. Gueste were seated at one long table, which was centered with a low bouquet of rosebuds. The mantel in the room in which she entertained was decorated with a larster bouquet of rosebuds, Interspersed with daisies and baby breath. During the afternoon, the guests were entertained Informally, Couplfe Celebrates 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Peck of near Blytheviile celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. T. E. j Gann, 809 South Franklin, Present were four generations of the Peck family, Mrs. Peck's sister. Mrs. Juddie Bartley. and Mr. Peck's sister, Mrs. Effle Enton. Dell Supper Club Has Monthly Party Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradiev and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stovall, Jr., were hosts and hostesses to 85 members and guests of the Dell Supper Club Thursday evening at the American Legion Hut. The "U"-shaped tables,' at which guests were seated, were decorated with May baskets filled with spring flowers and May poles, surrounded by dolls. A profusion of blossoms embanked the" mantel. Guests for the evening, which was spent in dancing, followed by midnight supper were Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shclton, Mr. and Mrs, Phei- burne Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitley, Miss Dorothy Ann Girdley and George Green, Miss Mary Noe and Charles Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moslcy, Mrs. Mavis Settlcmire and Frank Harshman, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Koehlcr, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jaggers. Coming Events Tuesday Mrs. Phillip Applebaum is hostesi to the Octave Bridge Club. Mrs. c. E. CrlKger Is hostess to the Tuesday Club. La Petite Club meets with Mri Erie Whitley, Tlmka Club meets with Mrs. Joe Miller. Mrs. Garrard Caudlll entertains members'of the Tri-Town Club. Miss Mary Noe is hostess to the N. N. Bridge Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meets at the club. New Liberty WMU of the Baptist Church has semi-monthly meeting. Yarbro HD Club has meeting. American Legion Auxiliary has called meeting at the hut at 8 p.m Ladles Auxiliary, Local 668 has 7:30 p.m. meeting at Carpenter's Hall. j Mrs. Harold Wood is hostess at, • v ' M 7:30 p.m. to members of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Wednesday Chapter "D" of PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon at home of Mrs. Robert A. Porter. Delphian Society, D e 11 o n I a n Chapter, has 9:30 p.m. double meeting with election of officers followed by a luncheon. This is the 1: meeting of the year. Mrs. Ployd Seay is hostess to members of the High Two Bridge Club. Mrs. Tom Little. Jr., entertains members of the CIB Club. Mrs. A. B. Reese is hostess to members of the Town and Country Club. Wednesday Club meets with Mrs. L. E. Old. Dogwood HD Club has meeting. Sudbury PTA has 3 p.m. meeting with installation of officers. Executive board meets at 2:30 p.m. Yarbro PTA has 2:30 p.m. meeting with Installation of officers, and executive board at 2 p.m. Guest speakers are Earl B. Nail and W. B. Nicholson. Wednesday Mississippi County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs has chicken supper at the American Legion Hut from 5:30 p.m. to 8 At tbe Hospitals baby, Blj-tUeville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Mclvln Hughes and City Charles Rogers. City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, Luverl Gaines and baby City Mary Alexander, City Mrs. Lee Hill, City Mrs. A. J..Book and baby, City Mrs. Malcolm Jolly and baby. City Steven Roark, Luxora Due to the earth's rotation, a fixed object at the equator moves with a speed of about 1037 miles per hour. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times TUBS - WED - THURS Double Feature The BARRY-CLARKE'MOORE f> ATCO « (UfTD . * AMOUNT GATES 'AAKhK PICTURE —PLUS— TANK* MILLION Leader's Pleas Get Nowhere PITTSBURGH W)—William Martin, manager of the Pittsburgh Sim- phony, .tells this story of one he had recently in Schnectady, N.Y.: A rehearsal was scheduled lor a movie theater and at the last minute Martin learned the orchestra would hav to be gone by 12 o'clock noon. Martin pleaded for more time. But the theater manager was unmoved. He said: "Were y'ery proud to have the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and Conductor William Steinberg with us. But even 11 it was Phil Spilalny and his All-Girl Orchestra, I couldn't do it." p.m. . _ Thursday Fidelas Class has 1:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. J. F. Owens, at 316 Holland Street. Mrs. W. L. Homer is hosteis to members of the Mid-Week Club Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble, Miss Vera Goodrich entertains GEO Club. Mrs. P. B. Joyner is hostess to members of Thursday Contract ;lub. TLE Club Is to be entertained by Mre. Herman Turner. Thursday Club meets with Mrs. Russell Phillips. La Nueve Club meets with Mrs , Newton Whitis. Mississippi.County Home Economics Club has meeting in the Colonial room of Hotel Noble at 7 p.m. Friday Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertains members of the Friday Contract I Club. Vendredi Club meets with Mrs. Hank Dodd. Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church meet at 2:30 P.m. with Mrs. Henderson Hall, Mrs. O. C. Ganske and Mrs. Mosley as hostesses. Saturday Cotillion Club has last dance of I the season at 9 p.m. at Hotel Noble. Entertainment committee includes Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shelton, Mr. OSCEOLA NEWS By Betty* Nell* Starr Pitch Club MMU Mrs. Ed Shlppcn Mrved blueberry pie and coffee to the Wldow'» pitch Club, when It met with her Wednesday night. Miss Ruth Mascey assisted Mrs. Shlppen. Mrs. J. W. Whitworth «nd Miss Blanche Oleere played with the club. Garnet and white sweet William and vivid {ed roses were used (or the floral decorations. Mrs. Whitworth and Mrj. Tinsley were high score winners. Minister Speaki The Rev. L. T. Lawrence, former pastor of the Osceola Presbyterian Church, now of Hope, Ark., was guest speaker for the annual May banquet at the Progressive Club Thursday night. Mr. Lawrence was introduced by Mrs. David Laney, vice president of the club. Others appearing on the program were the Rev. 'Chalmers Henderson, Judge Philip Deer, Mrs. W. B. Burkett, Mrs. John W. Edrington, Mrs. P. o. Gwyn, district president of Women's Federated Clubs of America; Miss Eula Mc- Dougla. librarian; ' "js. Carl Neal of Little Rock, secretary of Arkansas Library commission; Miss John Pegue, Miss Janette Woodward. Miss Pegue Is winner of this year's scholarship in singing, while Miss Woodward was winner last year. Anne Rhodes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rhodes, Jr., and Robert Allan Hendon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Hendon, won scholarships in Art. The scholarships are given by the Progressive Club each year for outstanding youth work in the different fields of art. The four young people were Introduced by Mrs. Edrington. The speaker's table was centered with a decorated May pole. At either end of the table arrangements of rainbow colors of iris interspersed with red roses and Shasta daisies were conversation pieces. The same arrangements of flowers were used in cascade fashion on each of the banquet tables. Mrs. Lee Wesson and Mrs. Vic Mann .had charge of the decorations. Mrs. V. E. Harlan was chairman of the food committee. Mrs. Bruce Ivy and Mrs. Harry Matlock headed the finance committee. Ap- proximately 900 guests attended. Pervmili Lt. and Mrs. Guy Newcomb arrived Wednesday night for a visit with Mrs. Newcomb'i parents, Mr. and Mrs. J A. PIgg, Lt. Newcomb, who has been stationed In Topeka, Kans., where the couple have been living since their recent marriage, has recelevd his orders for duty in Okinawa and will report to a Pacific coast embarkation point the latter part of the month. Mrs. Newcomb will make her home with her parents In his absence of six months. Mrs.. Newcomb Is the former Miss Evelyn Jean Plgg. Hugh Allan Is a patient in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. His condition is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Langston announce the birth of a son, Friday at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. The bab;, their first, has been named Royal Phillip Langston. Mrs. Langston Is the former Miss Eva George. , Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shippen and children, Charme and Eddie, and their little friend, Dorothy Parra, drove from Lake Providence, La., to see Roy Rogers and Dale EVans. They returned home Tuesday. and Mrs. Bob Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Thomasson, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith. Sunday Members of the Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society have ;helr annual tea complimenting the Future Teachers of America club and retired teachers of Mississippi County at the home of Mrs. C. L. Moore, 612 West Main, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Flowers Beat Asphalt Street NORFOLK, Va. m—Twenty years ago, Mrs. H. O. Grumpier said, sne wanted to plant a garden and the cit3'-owned plot next to her house looked like a good spot. "(Jo ahead" the city officials told her. The city had charted Evergreen Street to run through the plot, "but the street never will be opened in your lifetime." So Mrs. Grumpier hauled in rocks fertilizer, peat moss and started planting flowers. Soon the flower garden became a neighborhood showplace. Then, last month, came a notice from the city public works department that Evergreen street would, be opened. Mrs. Grumpier would have to move, that part of her garden which came within limits of the proposed street, the notice said. At the next city council meeting she told her story and then gave ail the councilmen some flowers from her garden. The councilmen tossed the problem to the Public Works Department. On a second look, the Public Works department found that Champion Street—another non-existent street on tbe other side of Mrs. Crumpler's flower bed—would serve the city's purposes just as well 6s Evergreen Street. News For Half Siiei By Sue Burnett Two pretty versions are provided in this sew-simple pattern Designed "^particularly for the shoi\ figure. Use one of the new tubbable cottons and make monotone or with sparkling contrast. 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