The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 24, 1956
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1958 -Society News - .AH. UulLnrv ftn/>i«tv Rriifnr ' ""C Ilia Milli* Ann Maltory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mr. and Mm. Jlmei Martin (I'holo by Bcardcn) James Martin, Miss Peterson Wed at First Methodist Church One of the outstanding social events that look place over the weekend was the marriage of Miss Nina Jean Peterson of Blytheville, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson of Dyess, to James Buford Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Buford ilartin of Blytheville, Sunday afternoon. Vows were exchanged at Firs Methodist Church here with the bride's father officiating before a background of white gladioli and white tapers. A crescent of white gladioli was used on the altar. White satin bows were used on the baskets, candelabra and family pews. For the blessing the couple knelt on a white satin covered prie dieu. Mrs. Albert Keeler, organist, and Mrs. Hardy Gray, vocalist, presented a program of nuptial music. They were given corsages of xvhlte carnations. • Mrs. James Burke of Oklahoma City, Okla., served tile bride as matron of honor and only feminine attendant. She was dressed in a Pretty, Thrifty Aprons t>y Sue Burnett it gown of pale blue nylon tulle and satin over taffeta with white accessories. She carried n cascade of blue cymbcdtum orchids. Knee length streamers of pale blue lace and wcdgewood blue fell from the bouquet. The bride, given In marriage by her brother, Bill Peterson, wore a ballerina length bridal frown of white nylon tulle and net over Lnf- feta made with a fitted bodice, low rounded neckline nnd full skirt. She completed her atllre with matching nylon mitts and a shoulder length veil which was held In place by a tiara embroidered In seed pearls. Her bouquet was a white orchid placed atop a white satin covered Bible. The orchid was nestled in valley lily and white crysUlite leaves. CimdlellghterK were Sherry Peterson and Jerry Martin. Sherry wore an orchid organdy frock with satin ribbon sash and matching head band. She wore n wristlet of white feathered carnations. Bobby Smith served Mr. Martin as best mini. Ushers were Sherman Peterson, Harold Thompson, Billy Tomlinson and Charles Legpott. . For her daughter's marriage, Mrs. Peterson wore a blue lace over taffeta afternoon gown with navy accessories and lavender orchid corsage. Mrs. Martin w»s dressed in pink linen accented by touches of Ince. Her accessories were in white and she also wore * lavender orchid corsage. Leave on Trip Following (he ceremony the couple greeted their guests in the entrance hall of the church. .Mrs. Bill Pelcrson and Mrs. Sherman Peterson, slstrr.s-in-lnw of the bride, were in charge of the jiuest book nnd received while cavnntion corsages. The couple left on a wnddinfi trip to points in Mississippi, the new Mrs. Martin wen ring a two-piece beige sijlt with beige hat and brown lizard accessories. She pinned an orchid corsnge at her shoulder. Upon their return the couple will be at home at 114 East Ash where a new home has just been com- plfipd. Out-of-town guests at the wedding- were Mr. and Mrs. James Burke of Oklahoma City, Mr. and I Mrs. Bill Peterson of Houston, ' TE>V. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Peterson of Witnensburg, Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson of Dallas, Tex . nnd Mr. and Mrs. John Sprick of Little Rock. Bits of News /• erAonat Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure left yesterday for Dallas, Tex., to attend the American Cotton Shippers Association meeting. Mrs. O. M. Milclieell returned yesterday from Hattlesburg. Miss., where she visited her daughter, Miss Cleone Mitchell, student at. Mississippi Southern College. She went especially to attend her daufithcr's sorority. Sigmn Signm SiB>™, Founder's Day banquet on Saturday. At this banquet, Miss Mitchell received a plaque and tri-Sigma bracelet lor being the outstanding pledgee of the year. On Sunday Mrs. Mitchell and daughter accompanied several of the college students to Biloxl for a day of sightseeing. Mr, and Mrs. John L. Wall of Nashville, Tenn.. were overnight guests Saturday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Trieschman. Mrs. R. E. Forshce will undergo surgery tomorrow at Baptist Hospital In Memphis. She Is In Room 1122. Mrs. Albert Bwk mid Mrs. Howard Bowen spent Sunday in Bloomfield, Mo., visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Godwin. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Horner of Manila were guests Saturday night in the home of Mrs. Robert Killian. They came especially to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Don Coulter of Memphis who were visiting her mother. Mrs. Robert Klllian. over the weekend. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Klllian was in Marked Tree to visit her aunt, Mrs. E. P. Burton, who is. ill at her home there. The Rev. and Mrs. Charles Hoi- comb of Little Rock were guests over the weekend of his brother, the Rev. Jesse Holcomb and family at Dell. Miss Beth Johnson returned to school this morning after having been confined to her home for the past week with mumps. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Burnett and Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Moore were In Kennett Sunday afternoon to visit with Mr. Burnett's aunt, Mrs. R. M. Tatum. Mrs. L. M. Burnett, who had spent the past week in Kennett visiting her sister, returned to Blytheville with them. Mrs, B. P. Gay Is in Memphis this week visiting her son, B. P. Gny, Jr., and Mrs, Gay. Mrs. Melvln Estep was in Memphis last week for a check-up on her daughter. Dorothy. At the Hospital nlythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Joan Oassldy, cRy Willie James, city Clara Newlnnd, tlly Chlckasawbft Hospital Dismissed: Snndra Wahl, city Mrs. Ben Bailey, Stecle Thomas Beasloy, Sleelp. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Cleo Martin, city Jack Tlce, Steele L. Q. George. Luxora Mrs. Owen Wallace, Rt. 3, city Miss Henson Becomes Bride Of Brack Bock New Liberty Baptist Church was the setting "Sunday afternoon when Miss Rebecca Henson became the bride of Bruck. Bock, The Rev, Orville McGuire, pastor of Hornersville Baptist Church, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Floor baskets of white gladioli flanked by black wrought iron candelabra holding white tapera formed the background for the bridal party, Mrs. Hilton Stephenson, wearing a dress of navy lace and Miss Mab!e Crook, wearing a dress of blue organdy find white lace, presented a program of traditional nuptial muaic. They.each pinned corsages of white carnations at their shoulder. Wearing a pink pure silk gown and carrying a cascade of white carnations. Miss Maxine Crosskno served the bride as maid of honor. An aunt of the bride, Mrs. AJivn Prichard, wearing an eyelet embroidered gown of yellow, lighted tapers. She wore a wristlet of carnations. Louis Holmes served as best man with ushers being Russell Eubanks and Harry Shearin. The bride entered the sanctuary on the arm of her father wearing a n all-white embroidered organdy gown edged in white satin. Tiny white satin buttons accentuated the litted bodice which featured a sweetheart neckline. Complementing the bride's gown was her hat of white lace studded with rhincstones. She carried a white prayerbook topped with a single white orchid. Mrs. Henson wove a dress of blue linen and pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder for her daughter's marriage. After a northern wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Bock will make their home in San Diego, Calif., where he is serving in the Navy aboard the U. S. S. Romora. EXCHANGE VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. Bruck Bock are shown following their marriage Sunday at the New Liberty Baptist Church. Mrs. Bock is the former Rebecca Henson.. (Photo by Mason's) Dell Baptist Circle Meets InGill Home Dovine Hawkins Circle of Dell Baptist Church met last night at the home of Mrs. B. G. Gill with 12 members and three visitors 'present. Visitors were Mrs. Leonard Manley, Mrs. Ada Howard and Mrs. C. A. Smith, Women's Missionary Union president. "Prayer" was the program topic with Mrs. June Smith serving as chairman. Assisting her were Mrs. B. T, Ladncr, Mrs. Harry Cook and Mrs. Ed Hardln. Group singing of ' "Whisper a Prayer" and prayer by Mrs. Smith opened the meeting. Mrs. Udell Ncwson presided over Uie business session and also gave the dismissal prayer, In the social hour the hostess served refreshments. Blind Coin Expert HIGH POINT, N. C. (/D—BlIn^ since birth, Roby C. Leonard, 50, often amazes fellow members of a coin-collecting club. Leonard sees the coins with his fingers. He lias no trouble detecting the tiny letters which show where some coins are minted, and that he sometimes notices defects in coins that other collectors overlook. Trinity WMU Circles Have Programs LUXORA HO.S'OR STUDENTS — Janie Ruth McGlaUghlin (left), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McGlaughlin, has been named valedictorian of the graduating class of Luxora High School. At the school she has been a cheerleader, basketball player, member of Future Homemakers of America, student council and was selected Good Citizenship Girl. Janie Ruth has attained a B-plus average in her grades. Saretha Joy Carr (right), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carr, is the school's salmatorlan having attained a B average. Saretha Joy is a member of the basketball team, Future Homemakers of America and student council. Coming Events TUESDAY Blytheville Chapter Number 279 j of Eastern Star having staled meeting at Masonic Temple, 8 p.m Yarbro HD Club meeting at clubhouse for potluck luncheon, 11:30 Circles oi Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Union met yesterday and last night for a program on, "Our North American Women." Circle One met at the home pt Mrs. L. G. Kenwriglu with five members present. Mrs. Preston Thorn gave the opening prayer with Mrs. W. D.J Crocker leading the program and Mrs. Kenwright giving the closing prayer. Circle Two met with Mrs. R. L,. Adklsson with ten members and I seven visitors present. Opening prayer was led by Mrs. W. R. Williams. Mrs. John Dyson, Mrs.- W. C. West. Mrs. C. E. Sparks and Mrs. Ula Lewis gave the program. Closing prayer was by Mrs. J. 'C. Speck. Circle Three, with four members NCO Wives Club Has Monthly Social at Base Non - Commissioned Officers Wives Club of Blytheville Air Force Base held its monthly social at the base theater last night. Mrs. Thomas Randall was In charge of the party games which were won by Mrs. Oliver Kingston, Mrs. Walter Collier, Mrs. William Rodgcrs, Mrs. Harry Muir and Mrs. John W. Brown. The door prize, donated by Hays Store, was won by Mrs. Joe Bernand. Mrs. Seldon Baker was another prize winner. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Phillip Gooch, Mrs. Ed Hovrud and Mrs. Michael Kama. Cake and iced drinks were served to the 20 members present. piesent, met at the home of Mrs. M D. Kenwright. Mrs. Henry Berry led the opening prayer and also gave the devotional and was program leader. .Assisting her were Mrs. A. L. Richardson and Mrs. Cockran. Circle Four met at the home ol Mrs. C. L. Hunton with eight members present. Opening prayer was led by Mrs. Drew Hughey following repeating of the watchword. Mrs. Henry McCain conducted the business session and Mrs. Bert Ross served as program leader. Assisting her were Mrs. McCain, Mrs. Hinton, Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Herman Adair. Mrs. Bill Cook gave the closing prayer. Mildred Matthew Circle met with Mrs. James Shoitz last night with seven members present. Mrs. Gene Pierce gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Edward . Roussel was in charge of the business and Mrs. Arnold Veihoevtsn the program. Rose Marlowe Circle met at the home of Mrs. Gayiord Lewis witn seven members and one new member. Mrs. Hickman, present. Two visitors \vcre also at the meeting. Mrs. L. D. Marr gave the open- Ing prayer, Mrs. Lewis the devotional and Mrs. J. D. Eatmon conducted the business session. Mrs. Earshcel Earnest dismissed those present. with Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Thursday Bridge Club meeting witli Mrs. Raymond Smith. LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. L. 0. Gill. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. Charles Afflick. Mrs. Charles Armstrong enter- am taining D-Bly Bridge Club at Ba- Orpheus Club meeting at home j zorback. lot Mrs F L. Reed, 7:30 p.m. Miss i Altrusa Club meeting. j Gloria 'Ashmore will be co-hostess, i Duplicate Bridge League meet- WEDXESDAY i ing. Lange PTA having final meeting j Canasta Club meeting with Mrs. I ot year. 3 p.m. Executive board Larry Hearn. I vvi i! nieet at 2:30. I Community migrant program Wednesday Bridge Club meeting j meeting sponsored by Blytheville with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. . [Council of Church .Women, First Club Eight meeting with Mrs. | Christian Church. 7:30 p. m. R. B. Stout. TtAvn and Country Club meeting; wiili Mrs. A. G. Hall. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. German Turner. Wednesday Night Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. George Green. Chapter D PEO meeting at home of Mrs. E. F. Still for 1 p.m. luncheon. Mrs. C. S. Stevens will be co-hostess. City Council of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at home of Mrs. J. D. Davis. 7:30 p.m. for important business session. THURSDAY Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. Harry W. Haines. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs. J. E. Dicks. Thursday Contract Club meets 1 Mrs. Charles Fvact Pitts entertaining members and their husbands of Esther Class of First Baptist Church with a hamburger supper at her home. 800 East Main, 6 p.m. FRIDAY Vcndredi Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Bob Gardner. Blytheville Home Demonstration Club meeting at home of Mrs. W. E. Crowder, 2 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet- Ing. MONDAY Past Matrons and Patrons Club meeting at home of Mrs. E. R. Alley for potluck dinner, 7 p.m. Don't skimp on the picture when you buy a Portable TV! On South Highway 61 GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30—Show Starts at Dusk Admission 50c—Children Under 12 Free with Parents TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY as nice for Jiosiessing as '•_ kitchen duties — clever litile tie-on! aprons that require- a minimum of • colorful fabric. i No. 8309 i:- in MZU? 1'2, H. 1C, 18. j 20; -iO. 4'2. Size 14. i op apron, I'a 1 yards of 35-inch; 3H y.irci contract; '. center. ] yard; lowt-r apron, 1 yard ! of 35-mch: '_• yard contrnsi. [ For this p;i!U.'r:i, .--nut 35c in COINS, your name, .icldre.^s, size > desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blylheville i Courier News. 372 W. Quincy i Street, Chicago 6. ill. , Send. 25 cents today lor your copy ; of the Spring & Summer '56 edition j of our complete pattern magazine Basic FASHION. It's filled with I smart, *MS.V to sew designs, .special I features. ; Saturday evening the groom's parents entertained with a rehearsal dinner at Hotel Noble. A blue and white color scheme \vns used in decorations with the head table holding nn arrangement of white stock and blue pom-pons in rt blue bowl. Flanking this on either side were blue twist o'lite tapers in blue bird cnndleholdcrs. On other tables were blue twist o'lite tapers nestled in fern and painted blue bridal wreath. Miss Peterson wore a blue silk party frock to which she pinned s white carnation corsage. At the dinner Uie couple presented their attendants with gifts. The girls received costume jewelry and Mr. Martin presented the men ties, cuff links and tie clasps. JAMES STEWAUT ROSALIND ? RUSSELL ; MUL-G^ ITHA« TWIN • DURUt RUC4UI ,„„ \YIIUAMKEIGHIEY «.„„.. MICHAEL CURTIZ _^ m ..'.".l. 1 .",',;^, £', ALSO CARTOON Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times The Roxy Theatre is now equipped with Giant Wide Screen and Cinemascope! TUBS., WED. &THURS. Cartoon & Selected Short CINEMASCOPE PICTURES COMING TO ROXY: "It's Always Fair Weather" "Long Gray Line" "Violent Men" "3 For the Show" AC Only $139.95 THE TRAYMORE (Mode! Y1814)—Smort Trend Line styling in two-tone color combinations. New, compact design virtually eliminates ugly "bubble" on back of set. Has many exclusive ZENITH picture and sound producing features. Wrought.iron stand availoble at extra cost. 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