The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1948 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTOEVIU.E (ARK.> COURIER ewA Pkon* 4461 Miss Abbott Becomes Bride In Candlelight Ceremony •"'In u> impressive candlellglKed ceremony solemnised last night at tfJO o'clock »t the Yarbro Metho- Sfci Church, Miss Alice Lucille Abbott became the bride or James M. Bfeughman, wn of Mr. and Mrs, i A. Baughman. Miss Abbott Is Mi* daughter oi Mr. and Mri. D. B. Abbott of Yarbro. tJThe Rev. Ray L. McLester, pas- Mr, officiated at Ihe double ring Wed in Evening Ceremony M r s. James M. fjie* In the presence of a large was before her marriage at last :30 the •umber -of friends and relatives of the couple. 'TVows were exchanged before an (liar banted with palms, white cal- night, •dlums, /eras and huckleberry. The i couple knelt on a white wrought j o'clock at tfon prayer bench topped with a' *hite satin pillow which was or- ; Yai'bl'O Mettl- namented with white double daisies : jiid white gladioli. Wrought iron i o( )j. sl ChlU'ch, candelabra holding stately white j Mlhedral tapers were placed OH : AIJ,- ii; p T ., •Ither side of the altar. ( AllhS Alice Ltl- :*,Tne family yews were marked'„: i i „ i|,Wt Kith medallons of white gladioli. nuuuii, «id double daisies. , , , r -,A program of nuptial music was ""Ugllltr 01 jyeseuted by Mrs. Karl Waden- .,,. , x, jifuhl, pianist, and Mrs. Monroe ""' aml allSl Besharse, vocalist. Mrs. Waden- S ,, ,-> . . , . played the traditional wed- u - "• AUUott. Miss Fayon Porter Is Wed In Double Ring Ceremony In » double ring ceremony solemnized last. iilKht, at « o'clock, at the l-'iril Methodist Church Parsonage, Miss Fayoa Porter became the brld« of Halpii Waffler of stecle. The Rev. Allen D. atewart of- /Iclatt'd al Hie rites In the presence of friends anti relatives ot the Wins Contest Conine. served Miss J'or- -iior. Hue wor« a -Pe with brown ac- wristlet ol wlilie Kuhl ,.__.ding marches and strains ol "Clair de Lune" could be heard during th« exchanging of vows. Mrs. Ue- sharse's numbers Included "Because" by d'Hardlot and "Always". Mrs Wadenpfuhl played (he "Howry," while tapers were being H?' ted. ~Mrs. Wadenpfuhl chose a light lilue linen frock ullh white acccs- I. Iprles and. Mrs. Besharse was gown- ~ ' ~ ft in a blue cliambray with white \lt' A M 1 1 r llr" .• n it* iccessories. Miss Aim Maloch Lngaged hxecutive Board Meets •; Miss Gal** M»W of Honor I ™~ ' ' ' ' •fMiss Oeraldine Gaines, who was! l&ss Abbott's maid of honor, wore dusty rose chambray with a white pique trim and her accessories were in while. She carried an nrm bou-| RU |,roachinc niairiW nf thViri"' '"'"• ^'" wnllace Ior » covered ^S^wssfer ™uE h ' ncl ' co '" T1 " " etl ""* n ' em ' & HBss. she^j Am££^ ^^^^^^ buttons and white accede., Her r^Ma^ was graduated from | To John Andrew Edrington With Mrs. Carl Wallace MrY T * »it „ ' v.r'u . \> • , Tlle Executive Hoard ot the Wo- J , '' ™ n ' s Couilc " ° f tlle pirs l Christian Mr non v.ru M. , .rm bouquet was identical to that o *™,™~ h "i" f r « d ."« l « d fra "! of the maid of honor's. ! ?A CM ' aJ ."I 8 ' .. Sc . hoo) . thls - vear . aml of the maid of honor's. . Tapers were lighted by Mrs. Jlobert Thompson and Mrs. Wnltcr .Mr. ifclrlngton Is also a of O.sceola High School. graduate Barnes, twin sisters of the bride. I .-, , _, " They wore Identical dresses ot yel- : Lalvary Baptist Circles low linen trimmed with white eye- »/l r »/• • ' embroidery. Their accessories ' meet tor Mission Otudy let were In . white and they pinned! Circle One and Twn or th 0 r-.t bers and the new members of the board were present. Mrs. Rupert Crafton. past president, presided during the business session, at which time yearly reports were given by tha officers nnd various committees. The meeting was their turned over to Mrs. C. A. . . . Taut, the new president, who at this time appointed her committees for the new year. It was nlso decided at the meeting that the executive board would not meet but once a month in July and August. Preceding the meeting, luncheon was served buffet style from the dining table, which was centered with an attractive arrangement of mixed Summer flowers in a low arranged Corsages or yellow carnations and i vary Baptist Church met M~nnriuv pra;: h ^^^^ _ ,_ her father was gowned In white Mrs . Vcri;on G ' „ I u,vl. other flowers were Er^st^r 1 ^ d r^ 5 ' 0 v r ^ ***«& i ~ <•- -r- bride's maternal grandmother; was' 8 " ' by - Mrs ' Raimon fashioned with a tight fitting; bodice with a large sash, forming a bustle effect m the back. The dress was' opened from the necx to the hem ' «nc! was caught at the waist with a ! rhlnestone clip to reveal a white lei as ui?. Jroclc ol Jbi._ ccssoriis liuu .1 carnations. The bride chcge a blue crepc street length dress with black accessories. She carried a nosegay of white carnations. Mr. Lloyd Albrllt™ of Sleele, was Mr. Wf.ffler's best man. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney 1'latt entertained with a reception at their home. The dining room table from which assorted parly foods and Iced drinks were served, was overlaid wilh a white lace cloth. The couple will make their home In Blytheville, where Mr. Waffler will be a bookkeeper for the Dlythe-t vllle Motor Company. ' An out of town guest who attended' was Mrs. Lois Barnes of Richmond, I Calif., an aunt of the bride. Mrs. Long Becomes Bride Of CPO T. W. Baxter Mvs. Edna Lee Long, daughter of > Geo'se Ford of Blytheville, became the bride of Chief Petty Officer T, W. Baxter, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baxter In a ceremony solemnis- ed Monday night 7 o'clock in Marion at the home of the Methodist minister there. The Rev. Grow C. Johnson, pastor of the Marlon Methodist Church officiated at the single ring rites In the presence o! intimate friends and relaltves. Miss Billie Damon was Mrs. Long's ;nald ol honor, she chose a grey silk dress with black accessories and pinned a corsage of yellow carnations and pink Pinocchio roses nC her shoulder. The bride, chose a dusty *,rose crepe frock trimmed with lace and white accessories. Her hat was fashioned of whlje straw with blue and pink agapanthus and Pinnoc- chio rosebuds draped on each sld?. She pinned an orchid at her shoulder. Lieutenant J. E. Johnston of Bly- flievilte, served Mr. Baxter as bes 1 . man. i Immediately following the cer-l- I mony, the couple left on a wedding i trip to Charleston, S. C., where I CPO Baxter will be re-assigned. i Mrs. Baxter was graduated from Blytheville High School. CPO Baxter attended Blytheville High School and for the past ten years has served wilh the United States ! Navy. WED N BSD AY, JUNK 23, 1948 Bits of News . I win.. Is Ihe guest of her slst«r D *" Duncin for » Coming Events Social Calendar intry was in charge of' lliV ; Meets With Mrs. Lunsford "" d «« Tcsttn.<m.,-." book, .. praycr wtts s ' vc " b J' Mrs - The Business Women's Circle of the Calvary Baptist Church met last Cooler News _ „.„.._ ....(j t-u 11 rtni * mm*; I Rnllr-n.. taffeta slip. Her large brim hat was j __ P ' Cloned of white starched lace. : were Mr and Mr^ felie .' She carried » casc.de of valley b oU of Marianna, Mr. and Mrs. Prankie Ashcraft and son of Cape Giraideau, spent the pail week in Cooler. Mo. Mr. anei Mrs. John German of Hayti were the guests Saturday of aighl at the home of Mrs. Mable : Mr. and Mrt. cluster Taylor. j Lunsford with 10 members and one ••'-"••- Mrs. Myrtle Osborne pres- Inntasia or- Bert satin 1!I1« centered with chid showered with white »nd white maline streamers. ; Jack Poster served Mr. Baugh- ii»n «s best man »nd ushers were Robert D Johnston and Billy Hyde. [ Immediately following the cere- , visitor, M '"'• 1 r , , tie Ruth and Alva Jane or Wynn Ark., Mrs. Dill Harris ot San Diego. Calif., Mrs. Tom Hielt of I.each- ville, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Woodard. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Broivnlee Sr. Dallas Brownlee. Mr. and Mrs. E'. McElroy and daughters. Lot- HOpe "J| >e pra} '" w f s glven by Mrs ' nth and Alva Jane or Wyim 1 , Heluy Berry ' who R ' 5 ° Presided dur- feiwaff-iar'sl-sSwrK'EB! . .white Ince table wu covered with pie silver candelabra holding stale- ly white tapers clustered with t-ar- •*•"'• i and adlantum fern. A three son **" "nn, , R B v M' ,' r Mr s iidrU K '" xV ' °"' Mr ing a brief business session. The devotional, takeu from chapters in John, was given by Mrs. Raymond Belknap. Mrs. J. M. Ross dismissed the group with prayer. Following Ihe program, a social hour was held. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Odean Watson and family of Blythevllle, ' spent th-i weekend here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ode McOowen o[ Charleston, Mo., spent the weekend here with Mrs. Hollingsworth. Mr. and Mrs.. Lloyd Barneit and daughter, Kay, and Mr. and Mrs, George Pat.v left yesterday for Benton Haroor, Mich., and plan to spend several days in Gary, Tnd.. with Mrs. Barnett'a brother before returning home. aoms was placed at one end table and crystal punch on the other end. Sr.. nun' Prances Hus King, Mrs. j. A. Luckett 7 ICTOR ^.^VSK stf-M, S;?i' E^l *• isi £ugnr,fi ffiups.'ss' - S ; H"?B Sl - •- »n attractive arrangement of white *"" MrS ' J ' W ' Boren - |ladloll, baby's breath, Esther Heed 4nd pedelanthus foliage, i Mrs. Clinton Abbott was In charge of the guest book. J To Reside Here ; . After a brief wedding (rip, the couple will return to make their hor.is at 40] E, Kentucky A\c 7 Mrs. Baughman chose'tor trav- elling a iwo piece bro^n and white Russian cord suit with brown and i'hite accessories. She pinned a i orchid at her shoulder. f Mrs. Abbott mother or the bride wore a lavender linen dress with white accessories and a corsage of white gardenlao. Mrs Bauih- ttian, mother of the brincaroom. chose a navy blue sheer Uress with Dlack accessories. She pinned n corsage of white gardenias at her shoulder. ; Out of loin gucsto uho attended Slums • Every Day Boy Office Opens 1 :A5 Show Starts 2:00 LISTIiN TO RI.CN • «». 12:« p.m. 4:3« p., Wednesday & Thursday" ' Friday ¥f_ io»in» D»V.J 1 NT*YOUN6-NtVEN| -i* »0»ffT WOOHiT RECORDS The Oiikey-Bird Song Freddie Martin Little Gill Larr BURle Call Rng-Bnmy C Bcc ' 1 "^ ............ Perry C omo k liainbllng; Around... Tex Bpnekr Kl 'f'iii .......... Tommy Horsey May I still Hold You .......... .................. Sammy Kaje On the Little Vill.ige Circcn... ................. Freddie Marlin SPECIAL! LIMITED TIME ONLY J A Lilrle Imagination .......... ............... Vaughn Mimvoc • Mri "- v ........... Hay McKinley Lady of Spain.. The Three Suns Bon't Forget ..... Pec Wee King Walking With You in My Dreams ............... Charlie Monroe Playmate ShuBl'e ... Kddie Boyd Chicago Breakdown.. Big Maceo \ ADAMS APPLIANCE Company, Inc. J- \V. Adams, Mgr. 208 \\". irain Phone 2071 VALUE fOK I.astron Nail Enamel, Rej. We jl/f; Milchlru Mpstlck In jn^-tone mefc- »1 ca«, re|. 65c «i7c. Tol^l value J1.35 Kiinnii! f.^lron N'ail J.riamcl -witl, , he casy-to-UM (•'"me a} 1( .li,:,|or! An.l special size ,\||.pj,, 5 |,"i pM i,.k. In S-nius.tolorf for mal, hi,,g |i |)E atl ,| f lt ,, c ,,i |)5 . . '. Iwxc.l in „ lila/c ,,f glr> r j 0 ,j, slriucf . . . H'iriv in (o Hothrock'« for Yours! v "'" Rofhrock Drug Store 205 W«t Main St. Phon« 4451 Kenny Nichols, 10-month-old son o! Mr. and Mrs. Haipli Nichols, won the unby ixiiiularity contest whifli iv.is sponsored by the niythc- villc Order of the Eastern Star and the ttiUnbow Girls in connection ultli the |>!ay "Lovcznjioppln" whlrh was held brsl Friday night in the high school auditorium. Miss Vinson Is Honored Al Miscellaneous Shower Miss Hesgy Vinson. who will become the bride ol Buck Germany Sunday at the Calvary Baptist Church, wss honored last nisht when Mrs. N. C. Patterson entertained will! a miscellaneous shower at her country home. Dunn? ilie evening various party games and contests were played K'ith prizes being won by Mrs. Sam Hundley and Mrs. John "May. Mr s . Gertrude Bond Holiman, a recent, bride, w,).? pjraeiucd a place setting In bcr'silver pattern by the members of (lie Armorcl Home Demonstration Club who were the guests. She was also presented a corsage by the hosiess. Entertninins rooms of the home were decorated with early' Summer 1 lowers and other decorations to carry out the bridnl motif. Miss Vinson chose for Ihe occasion, a blue nnd pink cliambray dress, which «-ns complemented witji a shoulder corsage presented to her by the hostess. Refreshments of a dessert course ivas served. Out of town guests wlio attended Included Mrs. Erwln Mitchell of Souihington, Conn., and Mrs. J. A. Cole of Crawlordsville. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Neal McCormick: tpent (he weekend In MemphU I | Mr. and Mrs. a c, Owens and ! children, Lou, sue and Brltt will leave tomorrow /or Colorado, where they will vacation for three weeks, | Mr and Mrs. Jack Ledbetler of i Afton, lex., arrived to be with his 1 mother, Mrs. Lucy Ledbetter, who Is seriously 111 »(, lhe honl( of nw . Davis Street, f am ° n E Mrs. Kendall Berry is s p«ndliig * week In Detroit, Mich Mr. and Mrs. p. M Aycock of Memphis, are the parents of a daughter born Monday night at the Biplist Hospital there. Their first child, she has not been named. J?"' A £ cock Is the former Miss Olelta Rowland of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mediln, Mr. and Mrs. Neal McCormick: and Mrs. i Imogens Pondren attended, the, baseball ga me i,, Memphis last i night, j Olccida Lee Poetz, daughter of' Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Poetz. is visit- j ng her grandfather, c. C Langston, in Memphis this weefc. She will return |>y train tomorrow. I Jimmy Graves is spending his i Summer vacation In Fordyce, Ark., i : as guest of his father. Roy Graves ( and Mrr. Graves and his uncle, j Phillip Graves. Mrs. Cecil Lowe ana son, Jerry, and her mother, Mrs. M. T. Moon, returned last night from Russell- villc. Ark., where they were the guests for several days of the Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Cooley and family. While there they wore honored | wiih a morning brunch by Mrs. ] J. W. Hull, wife of the president of Arkansas Technical Institute. j Julia Ann Woodson -rrived home ; to spend her Summer vacation with j j her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. I Woodson. She i s a student at Ran! dolph. Macoii in Lynchburg, Va. rne ptwbein Sunday School win* °', "['nf 1 * 1 Ba|)tl5t Chufch will meet at the home of Mrs Kelton Francis at 7:30 p.m. for i regular business meeting. The Ladies Bible Class ot the First Methodist Church will meet at the church at 6:00 p.m. for a business and social meeting, Thursday Rook club members being entertained at the home of Mrs. Richard Prichard. Octette Club meeting with Mrs. R. C. Rose at Roseland. B. R. c. Club members being entertainer! at the home ot Mrs Russell Wert. Friday C. B. c- Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Alvin Hardy. Alpha Beta Bunco Club being entertained »t the home of Mrs. Lane Nowell. * * • Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary club, Hotel Noble— 12-10 p.m. At The Hospitals B!.vlherill« MoiplUi Dismissed: Gleson Robinson, city. Walk Ho«i>lut Dismissed: Bienda Joyce McClanahan, city. Lynda Joyce McClanahan, city Captain William Vessey, city. Box Office Opens «:3» • Show Starts S:4i Opens Sunday 1:00; Start* 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. A Sun, Bargain Mjht Every Nhjhk txcept Saturday N* parses honored en Sunday 14 Koxy Theatre Announcement Patty Given by Mrs. Burnt Ij»s( Time Today (IIOUBI.E FBATUKK) Sister Kenny with Rosalind Russell and Alexander Kno* LuKora /Vewi j Mrs. Calvin Lynch had JLS her j ! guests for lhe weekend. Mr. and • Mrs. Z. H. Lynch and children ot Elon College, N C. Mrs. John j. Heflin and Mrs. Stella Cooke Vollmer nnd her daughter, Miss Ann Vollmer of Memphis and Mrs. W. J. Wunder- I lich and daughter, Miss Donna I Wunderlich of Blytheville spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cooke Sr. i Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Castlio spent [ Sunday in Memphis where they j were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dolen. Miss Clean White of Memphis, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. Ann Malocli announced her en- i gagement to John A. Edrington. j The 24 guests who attended, weiv; 1 served at individual tables centered ; with arrangements of shnsla d»;- i sies. Placccards were miniature brides and bridegrooms, attached to mint cups. Miss Malcch was presented R gift from the hostess and also a corsage of Shasta daisies. The guest of honor wore for th?' occasion, a brown and white eyelet batiste ballerina length /rock with i while accessories. ; Mrs. Burns \vas assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Marcus Williams i and Mrs. Byron Moore. . i and Mrs. A. White! i Miss Marylyn Owen, a student at Memphis slate College, was I'M guest Sunday of her mother, Mrs. Julia Owen and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. n. C. Bryant. Mrs. William Bertt returned Friday from Flint. Mich., where she has been visiting for the past monlli with her daughter. Mrs. Lynn San-- ders and Mr. Sanders. Condition of Mrs. J. T. Mifflin, who has been a patient in the Memphis Baptist Hospital for the pst ten days, is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Driver Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wilkins visited with her Sunday. Terry Bertt, son of Mr. and MK. William Bertt, has been discharged from the Navy. He returned home Friday from the Naval Center in San Diego, Calif., where lie has been stationed. Vigilante's Return with Jon Hal) Continuous Showing £rery Day Thursday * Friday DOUBLE FRATUKK WILLIAM POWELL-miYRNAi (If SON60FIHE7HINMAN JUST RECEIVED! A Large Shipment of Coci Sheer o^.^r Dresses One from a ieri« of our lint, lighler-fhon-air Nelly Don cottons. Styled with new joflness wilh eaiy, well-cut lines thai or* cool, flattering. Exclusive Persian print on Sanforized and crease-resiiling Pima voile. Nice color selection in »i*« M-4<, MW-2XVJ. 12.93 MISS WHITSITT'S SHOP "S«« What't New ot Whitiitt'j" On« of our fine, lighler-lhan- oir Nelly Don coljons. Persion print on Sanforized and crease-resisting Pima voile. Nice color seleclion in size* H.,44, HVi-24W. 12.95

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