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PAGE FOUR BI.YTHRVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1953 Society, J\/ew& Pat MuJlins, Society Editor / Phone 4461 MARRIED — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray Thompson are shown following their .Sunday afternoon marriage at New Liberty Baptist Church as they cut their wedding cake. Mrs. Thompson was before her marriage Miss Charlene Yarbro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yarbro. Mr. Thompson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Thompson. (Photo by Mason) Charlene Yarbro, Charles Thompson Exchange Marriage Vows in Church Now on a wedding (rip through the Ozark Mountains are Mr. and Mis. Charles Ray Thompson, who exchanged marriage vows Sunday afternoon at the New Liberty Baptist Church, with the Eev. Orvllle McGuire officiating in the presence of a large group of friends and relatives of the couple. Mrs. Thompson was before her marriage Miss Charlene Yarbro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yarbro, and Mr. Thompson's parents are Mr, arid Mrs. Luther Thompson, all of BlytheviUe. jjMusic Recital [To Be Presented Dottle Davis of Little Bock arrived yesterday to be the guest of Pat Partlow. Mr. and Mrs, Partlow and the girls will leave Wednesday to go to Little Roclt, where Beginners, Intermediate and ad- j they will be guests of Mr. and vanccd music (students of Miss Mlnle Lee Jones will bo presented in a recital Thursday evening at the Junior High Auditorium at B p. m. J Duets, trios, eolos wil be featured 1 on the program, with vocal numbers "*| to be presented by Sue and Peggy Young. Pupils who are to participate are Kathye CaldWell, Donna Kay tfand- csr and Linda Lovelace, oil of Dell, Carole Ann Boyctte of Osceola, Buth Ashmore of Armorel, Linda Aycock, Gary Jumper and Sonny McGee of Burdette, Jcanle Lucius and Mildred Austin of Gosnell and Margie Ann Haynes of Yarbro. Blythevill .students are Lovetta McAdams. Martin Moore, Mary Jo Oden, Ann Scay, Gwendolyn Uold- en, Joyce Ingrum, Shirley Wade, Jerry Wade, Beauton Stalling.?, Tcena Stnlllngs, Gary Carter, Joan Carter, Tommy Sean, Zola Haynes, Mary Jane Droke, Frank Nell,! ning. Mrs. R. B. Stout and family. Mr. Partlow, who will go on to Fay- ettcvllle, will be accompanied back to Little Rock by their Bon, Graham, a student at University of Arkansas. They will all return home this week end. Ronald Hardesty is now at home following a tonsilectomy at Walls Hospital Saturday. Ronnld, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hardesty, Is reported to be In a satisfactory condition. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Logglns and son. Johnny, had as their week end guests Mrs. Logglns 1 sister, Mrs. W. C. Landers of Danville, Ark., Mr. LoRglns' sisters, Misses Verna and PJllzabcth Logglns of Tlpton- ville, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Taylor of Little Rock. They all came, especially for the graduation of Johnny Loggins from Blythe- viile High School on Friday eve- Johns, 'Mary Vcnda Wade. Ella. abeth White and Linda Jean Vin- A program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Hilton Stephenson, pianist, and Mtes Peggy Young, vocalist. Miss Young sang "1 Love You Truly," and "O Promise Me." The altar was decorated with white gladioli and cathedral candelabra holding white tapers. Banked greenery formed a background. left on their wedding (rip. For traveling the bride wore a suit of yellow embroidered linen with a svhlte hat nnd necessaries. She pinned the msebuds from her bouuet at her shovilrler. Thry will make their borne in BlytheviUe following their return. Among the out-of-town guestfi were Mrs. Ray Tatum of Memphis, Mlsses Ernestine Holt nnd Vwa i Mr. and Mrs. Dow Thompson of Memphis, Mr. .and Mrs. Porter Barron of West Memphis, Drs. G, W. nnd Mary Lou Richardson and children of Coldwntcr, Mich.. Mrs. Tom Miller and Mrs. Louise Elam of Chnffre, Mo., and Airman Jon Tomlinson or Lake Charles Air Force Base, La. Haynes, who chose dresses of pink organza with bouffant skirts over layers of starched cotton, served as taper lighters. They wore matching picture hats. Miss Patsy Yarbro served her sister as maid of honor. Her organza afternoon gown was of a quit, nnd she,chose a white hat and accessories. White carnations with french maline and ribbons forming a cascade made up her bouquet. For her marriage, the bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a ballerina length gown of white organza trimmed in blue forget-me- nots. Her hat was white with a brush brow veil caught on the sides with small rhlnestones. Her only ornament was si necklace of several strands of pearls, which had bi'en given to her by the groom. Ato f ) the white Bible she carried was a bouquet of white rosebuds tied with blue ribbons. Billy- Ralph Kouri served as best man, and ushers were Kenneth Richardson, Dr. G. W, Richardson, and Edward Peterson. For her aaugntev's marriage, Mrs. Yarbro wore a navy sheer crepe nf- trenoon dress with white ncrt's^o- ries, and pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder. Mrs. Thompson, who also wore white carnation corsage, chose a j Presbyterians Conduct Meeting Sixteen .members of the executive board of Women of the First Presbyterian Church met at the church vcsterclny fnr business Hireling. Yarbro WSCS Has Meeting in Home Mrs. Billy Chapman was hostess to 19 members and one guest, Mrs. Murray Hudson, or the Women's Society of Christian Service of Yarbro Methodist Church, at her home last night. Following the group singing, Mrs. W. D, Hammond gave the devo- ; tional, and prayer was offered bv Mrs. Charles Krutz, Mrs. Nfta chemist and Bunch gave me concluding chapter of a mission book, "Toward Understanding the Bible." The "golden age" committee for this month included Mrs, Punk Will!-'; and Mrs. Elza Wheeler. A social hour wns held following the business session, when the hostess served refreshments. Lloyd Home for Chi kin 1 n. He i.s the group's ward at the Presbyterian home. Mrs. G. W. DUlnhwity pnve the devotional and prayer, follmviiiK the rcfiular order of business. The Mi: pali benediction closrfl the me-otii Mrs. Ellis Is Hostess to CWF Mrs. J. C. Ellis was hostess at her home yesterday to members of the study group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church. The 15 members were presided over by Mrs. Ben Hnrpole, who introduced the worship lender, Mrs. L. L. Ward. Following group singing o( "Oh Worship the King," accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Cecil Lowe, Mrs. Wartl read the scripture nnd told the story of the hymn "I Need Thee Every Hour." Mrs. Russell took the offering and and closed the service with the offertory prnyer. Mrs. John McHaney was program lender for n round-tnble dis- mission on "Women and Music," and was assisted by Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. C. A. Tnnt, and Mrs. Ward. Mrs. McHaney showed a display of hymn books used In the church for several hurt six and Love one. Following the missionary .benediction, refreshments vvcre-servcd. Club has Dance Members of the ne\vly-oi*p;ant2cd Gay Twenties Dunce Club were en- tertaincri Saturday night at the ^Auxiliary Has Meeting in Home Mrs. A. A, FredrlcKaon was hostess at her home on Ash Street last evening to members of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Mrs. L. F. Hubcner presided dur- 60r | CS j, Following the ceremony, n reccp- tion wns held at the Dogwood Club, which was decorated with a prolusion of summer flowers in wlckei baskets. The tiered wedding cake flanked by white tapers in silver candnlabrn, centered the bride's table. Guests William p. Bear, Mr. and Mrs. Emll "' mon iind Mr - nnd Mrs - Da " FoIIowing dancing throughout the evening, a midnight supper was served. Tables formed a "U" shape. and were decorated with masses of spring blossoms in pastels, which carried out the color scheme throughout the- entertaining rooms. 1 ing the meeting, with Mrs. LeRoy Huddleston giving the devotional. Reports from the nominating committee were submitted and approved. New officers Installed Included Mrs. E. R. Mnson, president; Mrs. Hubcner. vice president; Mrs. D. H. Hearnsberger, secretary; and Mrs. Perry Davby, treasurer. Following the benediction, which pronounced by the Rev. W. J. were served cake and punch . by j The club is to be cntn-taTned the; Fltzhll B :h ' I:1 ° hostess served Misses Mary Louise Scrape, Ann Perry, Ann Hester, and Mrs. Ray fourth Saturday nUrht of each month. Mr. nnd Mrs. Prnnk Glis- Tatum of Memphis. Miss Rhonda son , Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Hart nnd Eaton presided at the bride's booK. > Mrs. inrz Gentry will entertain Later in the afternono, the couple ! the group this month. Mrs. Shirley Hipp, who underwent surgery at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis last week has been brought home. Her condition is reported to be satisfactory.* Dr. Alfred Vise returned yesterday from Chicago, where he spent the week end. He attended the wedding of his niece. Mis Reva Vise, to Dr. Herbert Jacobson. The ceremony was performed by Dr. David Grnubart, rabbi and professor id University of Chicago and College of Jewish Theology, and Dr. Vise. The bride is the daughter of Dr. Vise's late brother. Fred Vise. The groom is a doing research work at the University there. Gene Wilburn has returned to his home in Little Rock, after spending the week end as the guest of Bob Blodgett and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Blodgett. Robert Wayne Burnham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Burnham, left Sunday for Little Rock, for pre-lnductlon examination for the Marines. He was accompanied by Richard Martin. Both were accepted, and were sent to San Diego today for basic training. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dent Browne nnd Mrs. Browne's mother, Mrs. C. C. Pur.cell, were the weekend guests of Mrs. Browne's brother, Frankle Cruse, and Mrs, Cruse. They have returned to Iheir home at Farmington, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. J. Graham Sutl- bury and son, Roger, left yesterday afternoon (or Fayetteville. .They will be accompanied home Wednesday by their son and brother, Graham Sudbury, Jr., who will spend the summer here. Coming Events Wednesday Morning drop-In party (rom 10 to 12 honors Mrs, J. W. Powell, former Miss Frances Lynn Dowdy, at the home of Mrs. J. D. Smith, 328 Davis, with Mrs. W. L. Walker and Mrs. Ed B. Cook as co-hostesses. Club Eight has meeting with Mrs. Charles LangAton. Thursday Mrs. W. Leonard Smith Is hostess to members ol the Armorel Home Demonstration Club for potluck luncheon. Mrs. Robert I. Thompson entertains both GEO and CIB Clubs at her home. La Neuve Club meets with Mrs. Hunter Sims, Jr. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Mrs. B. A. Lynch is hostess to members of the Mid-Week club. Mrs. W. E. Cherry Is hostess to members o( the TLE Club. Mary Martha Class of the First Baptist Church has 7:30 p. m. meeting with Mrs. Adolph Helnicke with Mrs. C. S. Baggett as co-hostess. Friday Dorcass Class of the First Baptist Church has 2:30 p. m. meeting with E. M. Eaton ind Mrs. Charles Newcomb hostess at the church. Osceola News By BETTYE NELLE STARE CORONATION (Continued from Page 1) lifted him so his chubby hands could grasp the ledge of the royal gallery. The boy destined to be Kins saw the crown placed on his mother's hsad at 12:33 p. m. (5:33 a. m., , CST)..Eight minutes later he saw eamums were combined to form the I her solemnly mount the gilded floral decorations. ' i throne before the altar, and he Guests playing with the club were was startled by the swelling roar of Mrs. John Enoch, Mrs. Guy Bryant -Qod save the Queen," echoing and Mrs. Jack Uzzelle, - through the ancient abbey In the Enoch and Mrs. Tal Tongate ; un i te d voice of 7,500 assembled dig- nitarles. Took tighter Crown Elizabeth II Regina sat in sol- Mr>. Wears Hoslpsi Mrs. Searcy Mears was hostess to the Town and Country Club Thursday for dessert. Cool shades of pink and blue hydrangea and white azal- were high score winners. Bridge Club Meets The four-table Thursday Bridge Club met with Mrs. Bettye Nelleiemn splendor, the scepters of all- Starr. Additional guests were Mrs. j thority in her hands, her head L. D. Massy. Mrs. Joe Cromer, Mrs. (bowed beneath the weight of the W. E. Hunt, Mrs. J. A. Pigg, Mrs. I five-pound crown, while outside Melvin Spefk, Mrs. Joe Cromer, Jr., and Miss Emily Mason. Following a dessert course, winners in the bridge games were Mrs. trumpets, bells and guns carried the tidings. At the end of the ceremony she gave up St. Edward's crown and R. C. Bryan, high club. Mrs. Massey. took on (he ,, ghter imperial crown higrf guest. Mrs. Cullom. second. Mrs. j for the processlon Lalah Coble low and Mrs. J. L. ward, bridgo. Pitch Club Meets All members were present Thurst the Widows Pitch Mrs. A. Katie Hatton YWA Conducts Meeting- Members of the Katie Hatton j Young Women's Auxiliary of the | First Baptist Church met at the j home of Misses Lunell and Cliffie Overman last nrjht. Miss Millie Ann Mallory presided ] 0 T magnolia" blossoms~a'nd'°foifage day night Club, when w;'S hostess. Pink and which won hi?h, Mrs. Maude Hudson won second hien, Mrs. Coble Hostess Mrs. Lalah Coble entertained her four-table pitch club Wednesday afternoon. Massed arrangements Luncheon Given For Methodists Members of the executive board of the Women's Socl*y of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church entertained 60 membos of the WSCS with a luncheon held nt the church. Sweetpeas, pansies and roses with other spring and early summer flowers decorated the tables. Mrs. Ptiul Pryor and Mrs. George Pyles served as chairmen of the luncheon. The new president, Mrs. Mavis Sett.lemire, presided in the business session, and Mrs. William Wyntt, program leader, conducted the program, "God So Loved the World," and the pledge service. New circle. chairmen rend names of their members for the year. during the business session, nnd Miss Maxine Hill gave the opening prayer. Duplicate League Plays at Club Members of the Blythevllle Country Club Duplicate Bridge League gathered nt the club last night when a five-table Howell movement wns conducted. George Anderson and Bernard Qooch tied with Mrs. C. W. Aflllck and Mrs. Frank Grigsby for first place. Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mrs. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents Tuesday & Wednesday Bring a Carload for $1 DOUBLE FEATURE E BIG SKY KIIK DOUGLAS-DEWEr MARTIN tllUBETH 1HREA1I VTo AKTHUI HUKNICUTT W BAN IVANS- WUI* BWItUS nun Also Cartoon ,,,.,,,,,,,.,, KITCHEN GIFT ITEMS! Accept this as your invitation to come down and see our window display of wonderful gift items for the kitchen. You'll find lovely practical Items for (he kitchen, Items priced for the budget wise. Ask about the new Flame-lamer . .. so handy for hot utensils. The program was given by Miss club" prizeTwYs'. Bettye Nolle Starr Adalme Lee. and benediction was by! won second nlgh La te in the after- Miss Lunell Overman. Refreshments were served in the social hour. Meeting At Temple Israel for Thursday A meeting of the B'nai B'rith Lodge and Temple Sisterhood is to be held Jointly at Temple Israel Thursday at 8 p. m. The meeting is not to be held tonight as previously announced. Marriage Licenses The folou'ing couples have obtained marriage licenses from the office of the county clerk, Mrs Elizabeth Blythe Pnrkcr: Richard Price and Dorothy Green, both of BlytheviUe; Clarence Bunn, BIylheville, nnd Wanda HayaTtp, Step Rock, Ark.; Thomas Pfirker and Sherry Jean BlytheviUe. The young Queen went through poise and only the faintest out- the stately ceremony with great ward trace of nervousness. But when It was over, she looked, emotionally fatigued—almost as if she , J might burst Into tears after the blue hydrangea was. tlrjng ordeal sh „ d , b ( ( ,-sod m the floral decorations. An rest before (he afternoon . sy 6 . ice course preceded the pitch games -, * ' '-'-' Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr v' 'p.... ,,, . ,:„ 4 . ' In Paris, the man who still today could have been England's King watched the coronation of his niece on television. With the Duke of Windsor, briefly Edward Vin, was the woman for whom he surrendered the crown, his wife, the former Wallis Warfield Simpson of Baltimore. He never was crowned, and his abdication in 1936 brought George VI, to the throne. Elizabeth became Queen on her father's death last year. Queen Mother Elizabeth must nor In her modern trlu.ls. Elizabeth was » picture of queenllnes*. Ju»t once, she shook her head, M If to test the fit of the orown. It rested snugly, secure, as if mad« for her. Only momentarily, fleetlngly, * shy smile fllttgd across the serious young face. But the solemnity of the occasion was awe-lnsplrlng. iVatching her every move were th» representatives of 14 nations, the members of 30 other royal families. Oen. George C. Marshall headed the official United States delegation, and the Soviet Union wa» represented by Ambassador Jacob Malik. The actual act of crowning, presided over by the archbishop, Dr. Geoffrey Fisher, came at the end of an hour-long ceremony in the abbey. First Elizabeth was recognized as the "undoubted Queen" and took her oath on the Bible. She was anointed in the ceremony which dedicates a ruler to the church. The route from Buckingham to the abbey was little more than a mile. The smiling sovereign, lovely In the crimson velvet robe of state that covered her elaborately embroidered gown, nodded nnd raised her hand continually to the wildly enthusiastic spectators. were placed about the living room. Mrs. Spencer Driver won high noon strawberry sundaes, and angel food cake was served to the guests. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Jr., and daughter, charlotte, of Little Rock visited Mr. Ivy's parents over the wef-k end. They came especially to attend the dance recital where Elizabeth Ann ivy was one of the performers. Mr. and Mrs. Phil P. Burks and sons, Phillip and John, of Bedford, Va.. will arrive Friday for a ten day visit with Mrs. Burk's parents Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Harwell anc her aunt, Miss Nellie Rhodes. Mrs Burks Is the former Miss Catherine Harwell. Mrs. Ed shippcn and Mrs. A. F Williams are leaving Monday for a Weeks' visit with their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shippen and children in Lake Providence, La. Mrs. Roy Cox, Mrs. Bob Reidy and Burns, both of daughter, Mtss Carmen Reidy drove to Columbia, Tenn., Saturday where Mrs. Cox's son. Gene, is a student at CM A. Miss Reidy went espically to be Gene's escort for the academy final prom. The dance will be held Monday night. Miss Gaye Wad- B. A. Lynch tied with Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. H. C. Sims for second place, with third plac* 1 going to Mrs. Stimupl F. Norris and) dell and Miss Judy Ashmore will go Mrs. C. C. Councille. | over for the prom. 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