The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 29, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 29, 1955
Page 4
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PAGE FOUX BLTTHEVTLL* (ARK.) COURIER KEWS - Society News - . Ami Mallnrv Society Editor * plu MiM MU1U Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-446] Mr. »nd Mrs. Glenn Harvey Glenn Harvey and Miss Pryor Exchange Vows In Ceremony Courier News Photo In a 2:30 p.m. ceremony yesterday afternoon at First Methodist Church, Miss Melba Jean Pryor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Paul Pryor, became the bride of Glenn Leroy Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Harvey of Van Buren. The Rev. Harold Eggensperger, pastor of the church, officiated at the exchange of vows. Moor baskets of white gladioli and chrysanthemums accented with greenery along rfith a crescent arrangement of the same flowers on the altar formed the background [or members of the wedding party, j Casting a soft glow over the sanctuary and the bridal party were Cathedral tapers in branched brass candelabra which stood on either side of the baskets. Mrs. John Caudill, organist, and Mrs. George Lee, soloist, provided nuptial selections. Mrs. Lee's vocal selections Included "Because," "O Promise Me," and "The Lord's Pray- Serving as matron of honor and only feminine attendant was Mrs. Jerry Van Zandt of Little Rock. She wore a teal blue waltz length gown teatuving a portrait neckline and fitted bodice. The bodice was attached to a gathered skirt which was poised over several petticoats. Her headpiece was of matching blue and she carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a gown of Ivory satin designed with a yoke of illusion Joined to the fitted basque with a band of Alencon Ince. Her bouffant skirt swept into a wide demi-train. The bride's veil cascaded from a tiny satin and pearl studded cap. She carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations. George Raymond Harvey of Magnolia, Ark., served his brother as best man. ushers were Jerry Van Zandt of Little Rock. Henry Pape and Lee Poaqse of Van Burnn. Mrs. Pryor wore for her daughter's marriage a Dior blue sheatl dress with matching accessories am gardenia corsage. The groom's mother wore a navj blue costume suit and pinned gardenia corsage at her shoulder. Following the ceremony the bride's parents entertained with a reception at their new home on Hnrdin Street for members of the wedding party, out-of-town guests and members of the famines. Tile bride's table was covered with an antique cloth of Maderia Ince and linon ciitwork. Centering the table was a three tiered wedding cake Topping the cake were three large wedding bells. Flanking Hie enke were branched silver candelabra holding white tapers. Reception assist,;] nts were Mrs. George Raymond Harvey of Magnolia. Mrs. Lawrence Harvey of Van Buren and Misses Gail O'Rcar, Ruth Hale, Doris McGhoe and Jo McGhee, all of Blythcville. For traveling the bride wore a two- Little Misses Kay Barton of Catron. Mo., and Darian O'Keeie of Memphis are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren and sons have returned from Corinth, Miss., where they spent tht holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McCarter. Gini Heath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath, is confined to her home with the mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny White and children have returned from 8ena- tobia, Miss., where they spent the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Roseborough. Mr and Mrs. Roseborough will spend the New Year's holidays here with their daughter and fam- l.v. Condition of Danny Lewis, who s a patient in LeBonheur Hospital n Memphis, is reported to be sat- sfactory. He is in Room 103. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Burton, Jr.. of Austin, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. J W. Simpson and son Jerry of Mobile. Ala., spent the Christmas loiidays here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Humphrey, and in Steele with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Burton. Mrs. Herman Bombolaski spent the holidays in Memphis visiting her sister, Mrs. Richard Pepper. Ken Burn of Burlingame, Calif., will arrive tomorrow to visit Miss 'Reen Norris and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Norris, over the New Year's holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roberts announce the birth of a son, Dec. 13 at Walls Hospital. The baby, who has been named James Lloyd, Jr., has a sister, Regina Sharon, age three. Mrs. Roberts is the former Helen Seymore. Dr. and Mrs. Gean Atkinson and son have returned from a week's vacation in Nassau in the Bahamas, B. W. I. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McClain of Palmersville, Tenn., announce the birth of a daughter yesterday Billy Long, _ Miss Ashford sjj Exchange Vows Miss Aurita Ashford, daughter 'at Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ashford of Ru»- sellvllle, and Billy Long, son of Mr.. and Mrs. T. B. 1/ong of Blytheville, I exchanged vows Dec. 18 at Immac- 1 ulate Concetpion Church. The Rev. Amos Enderlin, pastor, officiated. Floor baskets of white stock* and whtw tapers in wrought iron candelabra formed the background for the wedding party. Miss Anne Wilson served as m»14 of honor and only feminine attendant. She wore a pink lace drew trimmed with matching pink satin. She carried a cascade of whiM pom-poms. The bride wore for her marriage a white slipper satin two-piece dress. The dress featured a fitted jacket and full skirt. She wore matching accessories and a string of pearl*, a gift of the groom. Her bouquet was a white orchid surrounded by shattered carnations Cascading from the flowers were white satin streamers tied in graduated lovers knots. The couple left on a wedding trip to New Orleans and '.vill make their nome on Davis Street In Blythe- ille upon their return. today for St. Louis where Mr. McCaskill will attend a convention. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Geeslin, who iave made their home in Drew, Mis?., for the past three years, will arrive here Saturday to live. Thej piece shrimp knitted dress featuring a lace yoke. Her hat was of the same shade and was studded with glass sequins. She pinned a gardenia corsage to the jacket of her brown fur jacket which completed her outfit. The couple will make their home in Magnolia following ", southern wedding trip. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Harvey, Miss Betty Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Harvey of Van Buren; Mr. and Mrs. Geoi-ge r.aymond Harvey of Magnolia; Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Kiger, Mrs. Ann LeMasler of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson of Jonesboro. morning. The baby, their first child, has been named Irma Dean. Mrs. McClain is the former Miss Jane Shelton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shelton, of Blytheville. Capt. and Mrs. E. B. Berry returned to their home in Panama City, Fia., today after a visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hale. Mrs. G. W. Pyles and Mrs. W. J. Pollard are spending today in Conway. Mrs. Wils Davis and daughters, Mrs. J. K. La wo and Mrs. A. L. Ingrain, and daughter Mildred of Memphis spent yesterday with Mrs. Davis' sister, Mrs. Virgil R. Greene, and family. Sgt. and Mrs. Kenneth Greene of Keiser visited Mrs. Virgil Greene and family Tuesday. Those here from out-of-town Saturday to attend funeral services fot Mrs. Cecil Mick Roberson were Mr and Mrs. Jesse Roberson of New Orleans, La., Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bader, Mrs, Burl Lawson of Ca- ruthersvllle; Mr. and Mrs. John Mick and of Lilbourne; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mick of Paragould; Mr and Mrs. Jerry Mick of Kerbyville Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mick and John Mick of Chicago and Mrr Gertrude Plynn of Steele. Mrs. Effie Golden May and Mr and Mrs. Tom Bottom left Tuesda morning for a few days visit in Montgomery, Ala., with Mrs. May'? daughter, Mrs. J. Hines Wolters Mr. "Wolters and children. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCaskill let: EXCHANGE VOWS — Mr. anil Mrs. Billy Long are shown following their marriage Dee. 18, at Immaculate Conception Church. Mrs. Long is the former Miss Aurita Ashford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ashford, of Russellville and Mr. Long is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Long of Blytheville. (Photo by Bearden) School Date HELENA, Mont. (/Pi—For about a quarter century, officials of Lake Five School District in Ftathcad county were happily unaware the school was not on public land. Only when they tried to sell it did they discover the school was built on private land. However,' the landowners agreed to let the building be sold, along with the acre it is Coming Events FRIDAY Executive Board of First Baptist .. uve ' ti"; 5 'i Church WMU meeting at home of reside in the 1500 block of Hoi- „,." ' i H ilp '-30 o m .... Mr Geeslin will be associated Mls ' E ' u _" ale ' —'" p ' ' with W. J. Pollard Insurance Agency. Mr. and Mrs. Sergei Bongart of j Hollywood, Calif., were guests earlier [his week of Mr. arid Mrs. Marvin Chappell and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. They are spending a month's vacation visiting relatives in Memphis and her mother, Mrs. Stella Riggs, in Kennett. Mrs. Bongart, formerly Joan Stewart of Blytheville, is in Hollywood doing stage, film and | . . . modeling work while she continues : relatives, her study for grand opera. j T/Sgt. and Mrs. B. W. Caldwell Mr. Bongart, who formerly re- j and son have returned to Sherman, sided in Memphis, is an artist. | Tex., where he wil! be stationed. FIKST HARMONICA Benjamin Franklin invented the harmonica, a musical instrument formed of a number of glasses containing water, from which the musical sounds were produced by rubbing their rims \viih a moistened finger. Ptnny Wat TrovWer JACKSONVILLE, Pl». (ft— Herman Hiti« of St. George, d».. thojight he suved the « cents bin fare to MaccLcnny when two stringers offered to drive him there. Instead, It cost him »7fl. Mines told police the two men took all his money, lUbbed him in the leg with a knife »nd threw him o>it of their car about 12 mllei wtft of here. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements , .,,, . . ... Memphis and Milhngton visiting Mr. and Mrs.. Victor Ivy have returned to their home in DeQueen, Ark., after a visit here wit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ivy. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and sons Jerry and James Cecil Lowe II, and Mrs. Lowe spent yesterday They have been visiting their parents, .Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lovell, and Mrs. Gladys Barrett, here. A/2c Rex Lovell left this morning to return to Columbus, O.. after a visit, here with his parents, Mr. arid Mrs. B. G. Lovell. THURSDAYS, FRIDAY Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "Kismet" £ I The Famed Star.e Hil Greater Than Ever in CINEMASCOPE and COLOR! ] KISMET Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Trieschman PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON A party at the home of Mrs. W. T. BameLt Tuesday night honored members or the wedding party. This party followed the rehearsal at the church. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Marvin Nimn Sr., Mrs. V. O. Miller and Miss Doris McGhee. Mrs. Robert L. Reid assisted in serving. The entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with white poinsettias with the table being centered with an arrangement of carnations. White tapers in silver candelabra burned on each side of this arrangement. LADIES, Come to Berry's for Choice Selections from All Our Stock of FALL AND WINTER DRESSES-SUITS COATS-MILLINERY —ATONE-THIRD OFF You'll Be Glad You Waited . . . But Don't Wait Any Longer! SAVE ONE-THIRD AT- Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature JANE CHARLTON WYMAN-HESTONi, LUCY GALLANT -CLAIRE THELMA. 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