The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 29, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1988 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGEFTVI - Society News - R Ann Mallnrv. Snnietv Editor * PflC Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 EXCHANGE VOWS — S/Sgt. and Mrs. Robert R. Willson are shown following their marriage Christmas Day at Blytheville Air Force Base Chapel. Mrs. Willson is the former Sarah Gifford,) daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. J. H. Mauldin of Steele, and . Sergeant Willson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen I. .WilKiO! of Lusk, Wyo. (Photo by Halls Studio) Robert Willson, Sarah Gifford Exchange Vows at BAFB Chapel In a ceremony Christmas day at Blytheville Air Force Base Chapel Sarah Gifford. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mauldin of Steele, became the bride of S/Sgt. Robert R. Willson Of Blytheville Air Force Base, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen I. Willson of Lusk, Wyo. Chaplain Don Maxfield officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a navy blue suit with pink accessories. Her shoulder corsage was- a white orchid. Miss Marietta Harrington, wear- Ing a grey suit with brown accessories and red carnation corsage, served her sister as maid of honor. A/lc Joe Squatrito served as best man. Miss Barbara Carter, soloist, and Jack Tapp, organist, presented a program of nuptial music. Miss Carter, who wore a charcoal grey suit with black accessories, sang "Because," preceding the exchange of vows. Mrs. Mauldin wore for her daughter's marriage a grey silk dress with navy blue duster and accessories. The couple left on, an undisclosed wedding trip following the ceremony. Upon their return they will . make their home Chlckasawba. at 2038 West . The bride is a graduate of Steele High School and is now employed at the Rustic Inn. The groom attended Lusk schools and the University of Wyoming at Cheyenne. He has served with the Air Force for the past five years. Mrs. Pyles Honored With Luncheon Mrs. George Pyles, who is leaving next week to be associated .with Hendrix College, was honored yesterday with a luncheon at the home of Mrs. F. E. Warren, Mrs. Cecil Shane and Mrs. Doyle Henderson were co-hostesses for the luncheon. Guests were seated at a table centered with an arrangement of white chrysanthemums and red American Beauty roses. The hostesses presented Mrs. Pyles with a gift of crystal and i silver coasters. Rehearsal Dinner Honors Wedding Party Members of the Berry-Haynes wedding party were honored with a rehearsal dinner at the Country Club last night with the groom- elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry, as host*. Miss Carrie Sue Haynes will be. come the bride of Ensign Alan Berry in a ceremony this afternoon at 4 p.m. at Clear Lake Baptist Church. The dinner tables were centered with an arrangement of. lavender and white stocks accented with baby breath. Running the length of the tables were ropes of greenery. During the evening the couple presented their attendants with gifts. Out-ofi-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Ladyman of Rector. Seven New Members Join Ranks Of Osceola Junior Auxiliary OSCEOLA — Seven new members have joined the ranks of Osceola's Junior Auxiliary to assist with the heavy work schedule set up for the organization in 1956. New Year's Eve Dance To be Given Students of Blytheville High School and college students home {or the holidays are invited to a dance at the Jaycee Olubroom New Year's Eve at 8 p.m. Hostesses for the dance are Arden Cuadra, Gena Gaines, Sue and Lou Owens, Donna Stanfill, Nancy Harris, Nancy Estes, Emily Damon and Kay Jobe. Hosts are Dean Dougherty,. Roger Sudbury, Jimmy Bratcher, Warren Moxley, Edward Wimberly, Joe Hughes, Don Coieman, Nicky Weedman and Johnny Stovall. Sabbath Service To be Held At Temple Israel Tomorrow night at 8 p.m. Dr. Alfred Vise will conduct a sabbath service at Temple Israel. Because of the approaching: New Year's Eve the theme of the Rabbi's sermon will be "Has Man of 1955 Been a Failure?" Chicken Alarm BLUPFTON, Ohio M 5 )—A Bluffton doctor has invented an alarm clock for chickens. It's a thermostat that warns the farmer when the temperature in his brooder house drops too low or rises too high. Dr. B. W Travis makes part of the gadget in his home work shop, farms out the rest to shops. WELCOME NEW MEMBERS — Members of the hostess committee of Osceola Junior Auxiliary welcome new members. Pictured (left to right) are Mrs. W. J. Denton, committee member; Mrs. Prank Rhodes, new member; Mrs. Herbert Hobbs, committee member; Mrs. L. W. Walters, new .member; Mrs. Sam Hodges, hostess, and Mrs. L. C. B. Young, new member. (Photo by Travis) The seven were honored at n dinner dance durinc the holidays at the Seminole Club. New members are: Mrs., E. M. Badcliff, the former Miss Wanda Jo Salyor, who moved to Osceola with her husband, an Insurance company executive, from New Madrid, Mo., in August, 1953. Mrs. L. W. Wallers, the former Miss Mary Crouch, a native of Jonesboro. Mr. Walters is an accountant. Mrs. Frank Rodes, formerly Miss Martha Brewer of Helena, who was married in 1954 to Dr. Rhodes. Mrs. George Florida, a native of Osceola. She was before her marriage Miss Lillian B. Ayres. Her husband is a banker and realtor. Mrs. L. C. B. Young, the former M15S Mary Ellen Stevens of Blytheville. Mrs. Young's husband is president of an oleomargarine plant, Mrs. Harry Matlock, sisier of Mrs. Florida, and the former Miss Edna Ayres of Osceola, before her marriage to Mr. Matlock, retail lumberman. Mrs. Leroy Owens who before her marriage to the automobile dealer, was Miss Joy Blackwood of Osce- oia. Among the work currently undertaken by the Auxiliary Is its remedial reading classes in Osceola Elementary School. Members of Ae club also sell fruit at wholesale prices during recess periods ftt th« elementary an junior high schools. Also included in Die Auxiliary's projects are the eye and ear testa for all first grade students, with the necessary follow-up for correction. To raise funds for the project*, the junior Auxiliary operates a thrift shop during the spring and fall, selling used clothing. Double Duty SAYRE, Pa. (a — Mrs. Orlando Alexander and her sister, MTB. Michael Antonetti, gave birth to sons just two days apart and shared the same hospital room. .Mr. and Mrs. Porter Stewart and young son of Batesville, Ark., spent Christmas with Mrs. Stewart's father, E. S. Chiles. Mrs. Wallace Thompson of Wilson entertained her bridge club and the husbands with a turkey dinner Wednesday evening at her home. Mrs. Joe Cullom Jr., was a special guest. Centering the dining table.was a milk glass bowl on a stand filled with poinsettias, glittered wheat and centered with a red candle. Small tables, where the guests were seated, were covered With Christmas green cloths. Red napkins, Santa Claus centerpieces completed taple appointments. A gift exchange among members was conducted during the evening. In the games of bridge that followed, Mrs. Cullom won high score, Mrs. Thompson, second, and Mrs. Garner Trammel, bridge. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith were Christmas guests of their daughter and grandaughter, Mrs. Carl Jacobson and Mrs. Hillman Robbing, Sr. Luxora. A pink and silver theme was carried out throughout the lower floor of Mrs. Rozelle's home. In the dining room, pink carnations and pink tapers, highlighted by stiver leaves centered the dining table. A handmade cloth covered the table. Miss Peggy Beth Ford, Miss Ann Ashley Rozeile and Miss Dixie Howard presided at the colfee services. An array of party foods filled the table. In the living room, the focal point of the decorations was a gaily decorated Christmas tree. Each of the honorees was presented gift corsages, crystal and silver by their Hostesses. Miss Pegues will be married Wednesday afternoon to T. L. Stanford, Jr., at the First Methodist Church in Osceola. Mrs. H. E. Stanford, Jr., is the former Miss Jean Campbell of Blytheville. Miss Pegues chose a black silk shantung frock with accents of white. Mrs. Stanford chose an early spring frock in green and white print. Fifty guests attended the morning party. Mrs. Fred Smith spent Christmas in Crawfordsville as guest of her son, Bobby Watson, Mrs. Watson and their three children. Mr. Smith spent the holidays with a sister in Houston, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad White spent the holidays with his parents in Prescott. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Callis of Luxora entertained the wedding party of Miss Joan Pegues and T. L. Stanford, Sr., the Rev. and Mrs. William Q. Scroggins, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad White, Tommie Stanford of New York City, Charles Howard, Mr. and Mr. Ernest Ingram, Tommie Tommie Callis and Herbert Lucas. The banquet table was centered with an arrangement of silver leaves and white poinsettias tied with a red satin bow. The bridal theme was carried out in the piace cards. The bride-elect was presented a corsage of vivid red camellias. She chose a winter white frock with black trim. As a class, Persian rugs, all made on hand looms, probably are the finest of Oriental rugs. RUSTIC INN Pre-lnventory Clearance Sale Dollar Days Are Here Again Vi Pan Fried Spring Chicken. . $1.00 Fried Extra Select Oysters .. $1.00 Fried Jumbo Gulf Shrimp $1.00 Breaded Veal Cutlet $1.00 Country Fried Steak $1.00 French Fried Potatoes and Green Vegetables served with the above. Frog Legs Flounder Lobster Tail* White River Catfish Lake Trout Choice Steaks 4 Private Dining Rooms For Parlies — Private Dining Room Service For Parties of 2 to 120 Persons. Dinners Can Be Attractively Boxed To Take Out Miss Joan Pegues and Mrs. H. E. ! Stanford, Jr., were complimented. Monday morning when Mrs. A. B Roxelle, Mrs. John Ford and Mrs S, B. Rozeile entertained with a coffee at the S. B. Rozeile home in After Christmas SALE of Women's Fall & Winter Suedes and Broken Lots of Fine Nationally Advertised Shoes Town & Country Shoes arisen "»""' io " *>'»•" «*"" *"•"«" Notional *cd Cro $8.95 to $14.95 Values NOW SC90 $790 $Q90 5 7 9 MEN'S BROKEN LOTS OF FREEMAN AND PEDWIN SHOES PEDWIN $8.95 to $10.95 NOW -.-- $ 6.90 FREEMAN $12.95 to $15.95 NOW - $ 9.90 FAMILY SHOE STORE ! 312 W. Main HIOM 2-2342 \ CHRISTMAS SALE Now in Progress at Marilyn's C F ENTIRE STOCK FALL DRESSES All Nationally Advertised Lines One Group of DRESSES Values trflO to $7.95 $5 One Grouf\of DRESSES Values $§75 to $14.95 *0 One Group of DRESSES Values to $8.95 $575 One Group of DRESSES Values to $29.95 $16" Fall Sweaters (in wool and orlan), Lingerie and Costume Jewelry GREATLY REDUCED! "Always a Satisfied Customer" MARILYN'S 119 W. Main Street Blytheville's Newest Ladies' Fashion Shop

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