The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1956 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 12, 1956
Page 4
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PACK FOUR UMJ COCTHER THURSDAY, APRIL M, MM - Society News .A«. Mallnrv fifwintv Editor. * MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4481 EXCHANOI VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. Jimmi* Buffington are shown following their marriage recently at First Methodist Church in Aberdeen, Miss. Mrs. Buffington is the former Miss Martha Frances Raley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles • Rembert Raley, Sr., of Aberdeen. Mr. Buffington is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dowell Buffington of Blytheville. Jimmw Buffington, Miss Raley Wed in Mississippi Ceremony In a ceremony solemnized recently in Aberdeen, Miss., Miss Martha Frances Raley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles PS Bridge Club members and Hembert Raley, Sr., of Aberdeen, became the bride of Jimmie """>•= """- -•""'•"""' ••"»• • "•Dowell Buffington of Tupelo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dowell Buffington of Blytheville. Wednesday Bridge Clubs Conduct Games Wednesday bridge clubs played yesterday. Mrs. Loy Welch, a frequent visitor of Club Eight, entertained the club at her home with a dessert- bridge. Azaleas and pansfes were used for floral decorations with tallies carrying out the pansy theme. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Otto Scrape, Mrs. O. O. Poetz, Mrs. Paul Jobe and Mrs. H. G. Partlow In the games. Mrs. Sam Haynes and Mrs, Charles Perm were guests when Wednesday Night Bridge Club played at the home of Mrs. Mary Clay Crawford. The hostess served a dessert course and centered her individual tables with purple and white iris. Mrs. Hlldred Bunch won high In Mrs. Haynes, second Mrs. Hugh Caffcy, the games, high, and b rid go. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertained Wednesday Bridge Club. High scores in the games went to Mrs. H, C. Sims and Mrs. L. E. Old. Spring flowers were used on the luncheon table. The double-ring ceremony was solemnized at First Methodist Church with the Rev. Clinton T. Howell, pastor, officiating before a background of greenery and candelabra holding white tapers. A. program of nuptial organ mu- ilc was presented by Mrs. Joe T. Morgan. Candles were lighted by Carolyn Clark of Sumner, S. C., cousin of th€ bride, and Michael Raley, brother of the bride. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an original by Ina of white imported French Chantilly lace combined with nylon tulle over net and bridal satin. The Priscllla-pointed lace basque fastened with miniature lace buttons. Her decolletage portrait scalloped neckline was embroidered with seed pearls. The triple tiered shoulder-length •veil fell from a queen's crown of pearliaed orange blossoms. Her bouquet was a cascade of gardenias, valley lilies and pink sweetheart roses. Her only ornament was a pearl bracelet, a gift of the groom. Miss Carol Brown of 'Aberdeen, who was the bride's only attendant, wore an aqua crystallene over net and taffeta frock. The pointed basque with suggested sleeves had * low neck. Wide pleated panels extended to the hem of the full circular waltz length skirt. She carried' ft cascade of pink carnations. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Ruth Edwards, city Mrs. Henry McGhee. city Mrs. P: H. Raspberry, city Mrs. Andrew Conley and boby, •ity Mrs. liexle Gay, city Chick&sawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jimmy Arnold and baby, city Donna Crews, city Mrs. Mary Evans, city Lorene Henley, city Mrs. Willie Mae Wright, city Mrs. A. A. Foster and baby, city Mrs. James Edwards, city Mrs. Janie Hobson, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Hildon Barnes, city Georgia Lee Harris, city Mrs. Jess Medlin, Caruthersville Calvin Crowley, city Best man was Don Leverctte of Greenville, Miss. Ushers were Rambert Raley, brother of the bride, and Edward Roberts, both of Aberdeen. Mrs. Raley chose for her daughter's wedding a spring model of navy blue accented with white and navy accessories. Her corsage was a purple orchid. The mother of the groom wore a light blue spring suit with navy accessories and purple orchid corsage. A reception was church parlor follow mony. held in the ing the cere- The with bride's table was centered three-tiered wedding cake surrounded by maiden hair fern. Those attending the wedding from Blytheville were Mr. and Mrs. Finis Hardy, Mrs. E. R. Alley, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tim Estes and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Johnson and daughters Carmen and Martha Lynn of Memphis, frequent Blythevlllc visitors. Miss Peterson Complimented With Shower Miss Nina Peterson, bride-elect of James Martin,'was complimented Tuesday night with a bridal shower at the country home of Mrs. W. W. Austin on South Highway 61. Hostesses for the shower were Mrs. Austin, Mrs. R. C. Colemnn, Mrs. Willis,- Harris, Mrs. Lonnie Boydston, Mrs. Ann Smith and Mrs. Edwin Stubbleflold. A pastel color scheme of pink, yellow nnd green was curried out in the pnrty foods and punch served. The serving table was overlaid by a cactus linen outwork cloth. Forming the centerpiece were cherry blossoms accented by Persian lilacs. Miss Peterson received an iris corsage and place setting of China from her hostesses. She wore a black faille frock with matching accessories. Entertaining rooms of the home, where the 25 guests were seated, were decorated with bouquets of cherry blossoms and lilacs. Mrs. Charlie Stnlctip and Mrs. Edgar Cain were winners in party i guests were entertained with a luncheon by Mrs. Virginia Drew. Guests were Mrs. Mike Smith, Mrs. Maurice Sanders and Mrs. Dick Watson. Winners in the games were Mrs. John Prather, high, Mrs. Jerry Hord, second high, Mrs. Everett I. Clark, traveling, and Mrs. Watson, bridge. Mrs. C. ,C. Smith and Mrs. C. Modinger were high scorers when Town nnd Country Club played at the home of Mrs. Smith. Playing with the club were Mrs. Mjinlcy, Mrs. M. F. Day and Mrs. W. S. Johnston. During the afternoon the hostess served refreshments. Annleas decorated ute home of Mrs. Gilbert Smythc when she entertained TLE Bridge Club. Mrs. Mnurice Sanders and Mrs. Joe Hughes were guests of the club. Bridge winners were Mrs. Sanders, high, Mrs. Herman Turner, second high, and Mrs. Bill Hodge, bridge. A sandwich plate was served by the hostess. games. Special guests were Mrs. Buford Martin and Mrs. W. W. Peterson, mothers of the engaged couple. Bits of News 4 Phonal Mrs. Otis Cole and children Glen da Kay and Otis Wayne have turned to their home in Glen Elynn III., after a visit, here with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Prult and Mr. Cole's mother, Mrs. Do phia Cole. Mrs. Cole and childre were motored to Blytheville b their husband and father and re turned home by train. Those in Forrest City today from Beacon Baptist Church to atten the Women's Missionary Associa tion meeting are Mrs. Hampton. Mrs. Laverne Jame Owens Mrs. J. J. Johnson, Mrs. Roy Schu hart and Mrs. Robert Woolen, Mrs. R. A. Nelson and Mrs. Jess Horner were among Blytheville res idents spending yesterday in Mem phis. Miss Cleo Bradley and Miss Roee Saliba were In Jonesboro on bus! ness Tuesday. Miss Margaret Wright was in Memphis last weekend to attend Holiday on Ice. This weekend she will visit friends in Memphis. Miss Eleanor Day returned y< terday from Little Rock where she attended the Arkansas State Den tal Hygieniists Convention, Miss Day was elected to hold the office o secretary and treasurer for the assertion for the coming year. Capt. and Mrs. C. S. Webb anc children Donna and Danny of For Hood, Tex., will arrive Monday fo a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wise, and his mother Mrs. Frank Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard T. Oldham announce the birth of a son, Richard Wayne, yesterday at Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs..Old- hnm have two other children Rodger and Frances Ann. Mrs. Bogan Attends UDC Dedication Mrs. • E. R. Bogan of Luxora president of Elliott Fletcher Chap ter, United Daughters of the Con fedcracy, was at Shiloh Nationa Park over the weekend for the 94th anniversary celebration of the Bat' tie of Shiloh. Dedication of the rosters of tin Confederate soldiers wiio particl patccf In the battle was given bi the U. D. C. On Friday Mrs. Bogan, Mrs. T F. Hudson, Mrs. C. M. Harwell Mrs. Harry Jones and Mrs. Dwigh Blnckwood will be among those tc attend , the stated meeting of tht UDC, William Strong Chapter, In Memphis. A luncheon at Hotel Peabody wil precede the regular meeting. Surface area of the skin on th human body is from 18 to 2 square feet. 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Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Roy Schuhart with six members and two visitors, Mrs. Robert, Woolen and Mrs. Montell Bridgewater, present. Mrs. J. J. Johnson led the opening prayer with Mrs. James Hampton conducting the business session. The program, "Parable of the Seed Sower," was given by Mrs. Billy Cfay and Mrs. Bridgewater. Mrs. Johnny Reed and Mrs. Paul McDaniel led closing prayers. Eighth Grade Junior Tri-Hi-Y Entertains Eighth grade Junior Tri-Hi-Y entertained their friends and other guests with a party at the Woman's Club Saturday night from 7:30 until 10:30 p. m. About 65 were present. The club was decorated in spring flowers. During the evening sandwiches nnd iced drinks were served. Miss Glynn Burton and Charles Henderson were chaperones for the party. Miss Burton is advisor for the group. Family Service To be Held at Temple Israel Tomorrow night at 8 p. m. Temple Israel will have a family service for all groups of Sunday School, parents, congregation and Jewish personnel of Blytheville Air Force Base. Dr. Alfred Vise will conduct the service, assisted by the youth choir and students of the Sunday School. Commemorating the eighth anniversary of the establishment of the new state of Israel, the Rabbi will deliver a sermon on, "David and Goliath." BAFB Officers Wives Club Elects Mrs. D. K. Smith , Mrs. Derwood K. Smith was elected president of Blytheville Air Force Base Officers Wives Club when the club held its semi-annual election of officers at lUi meeting Tuesday. The club met at the Country Club for Its April meeting. Elected to serve with Mrs. Smith were Mrs. William L. Frank, first vice-president; Mrs. George H Dash, second-vice-president; Mrs Frank H. Rhoads, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Edward Redler recording secretary, and Mrs James F. Mattingly, Jr., treasurer Members-at-large will be Mrs John A. Augustine, Mrs. Perry B Nuhn, Mr«. Theodor* H. Orlmm, Jr., Mrs. Clarence Fulkderson and Mrs. Otto W. Daye. Mrs. Albert Byrne, out-going president, received a silver chafing dish In appreciation for her service as first president of the club. Hostesses for the luncheon were Mrs., Jack Q. Mair, MM. Mattingly, Mrs. William L. Nelson and Mrs. Robert M. Kridle. They used the spring theme for decorations. Garden flowers centered the head table with Individual tables holding artificial bouquets. Interspersed in these arrangements were pencils which were used later in the election. Receiving door prizes, presented by local merchants, were Mrs. Marie Ridel, Mrs. Edward F. Durby, Mrs. Hazel Curry, Mrs. Donald Anderson, Mrs. Earl Koontz, Mrs. William K. Bush, Mrs. Harold L. Brown and Mrs. nyrne. Mrs. Hale ; Entertains Chapter D PEG Mrs. Jack Hale entertained Chapter D PBO with a luncheon at th« home of MM. E. L. Hale yester- ' day. Eighteen members were seated at the luncheon table which was centered with a bouquet of pastel tulips and pansles. The same floweri were used throughout entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. James C. Guard was In charge of the business session with Mrs. B. A. Porter giving the report from the Record. The program oh foreign affairi was presented by Mrs. C. W. AT• Ilick. IT'S AMERICA'S NONE FRESHER! NONE RICHER! Extra creamy rich . . . extra smooth . . . extra delicious. That's Sealtest Homogenized Vitamin D Milk . . . Americas Most Popular Milk. Produced from local Mid-South dairy herds and processed fresh daily by Sealtest in Memphis under America's most rigid laboratory controls. Rushed to you daily by refrigerated rU Sav Se Money! Buy Sealtest Milk in the handy, thrifty half gallon carton. Sealtest Dairy Products are distributed in Blytheville, Ark., by GREEN BROS. DAIRY Ph. 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