The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 30, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 30, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEYILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 80, 1955 - Society News - e Ann Mallory. Society Editor * ' pho Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Ensign and Mrs. Alan Berry Ensign Berry and Miss Haynes Wed in Double Ring Ceremony & u „. . , r At the Hospitals The Clear Lake Baptist Church was the setting yesterday r afternoon at 4 p.m. for the marriage of Miss Carrie Suej Haynes, daughter of Mrs. J. A. Haynes, Sr., and the late Mr j **%£"< HOS! " UI Haynes, and Ensign Alan Berry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall j Beu , ah paye Davjs dt; . Berry of Blytheville. »••-• "'•»• Vows Exchanged In Steele By Couple Vows were exchanged Christmas day at the Assembly of God Church in'Steele by Miss Ethel Sue Binkley. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bmkley of Holland and David Lawson McGee, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGee, of Steele. The Rev. Mr. Dickinson officiated nt the ceremony. Baskets'of white stocks accented with greenery and while tapers formed the background for" the, wedding party. Miss Pe&Ry Williamson and Miss Donna Lou Smith provided the nuptial music. Mrs .Mildred Gopemnd, sister ot the bride, served as matron of honor. Miss Sue McGee, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Doris Dickinson was flower girl and candlelighters were Carolyn King and Gloria Stewart, The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of bridal satin and Chantllly lace fashioned with a high waistline and scalloped neckline outlined with clusters of pearls. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell from a tiara of pearls and rhinestones. She carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid. Virgil McGee served his brother as best man. Ushers were Billy Joe McGee. brother of the groom, and Harold Cobb. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Odd Fellows Hall in Steele. The couple left on a southern wedding trip .the bride wearing a green tweed suit with brown accessories. Upon their return they will make their home in Holland. Ceremony in Osceola Church Unites H L. Stanford, Miss Pegues OSCEOLA — One of the holiday events that took place in Osceola during the yuletide season was the late atl'enioon wedding Wednesday at the First .Methodist Church of .Miss Joan Pegues. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Pegues. and H. L. Stanford of Luxora, son of .Mr. and .Mrs. H. L. Stanford, Sr. The candlelight ceremony was i a removable jacket. performed by the Rev. William O. | neckline of the costume Bits of News it lo A tl [~^er6 on at Scrogglns a removable jacket. The scoop: neckline of the costume sun was , enhanced wllh simulaicel pearl gglns enhanced wl simuaice program of nuptial music was I beading. She wore a matching pill, black presented by Mrs. Harold Jones, j box hat Conrad Whiie. broihev-in-lav; of ihe \ Her accessories - ... bride, sang "I'll Walk Beside i patent and she also wore a purple j y ou •'• ; orchid corsage. j Th* wedding was performed be- i Following [he ccremnoy a - r ?cep-; fore baskets of white pom-pom [ lion was held at the home of the chrysanthemums flanked by wood-1 bride's parents. j wardia trees arid branched can- [ The refreshment table was over- • delabra. i laid with an Italian cuuvork cloth j The bride, given in marriage by j and ^^^^a^^rro^p'ied^ith i tered seed pearls and .oequins. i bride ._. sisle! - T j u dy Pegues. and j Her bouquet was a crescent of;j ean Driver Kendrick and Joyce j pink camellias and hly-of-thp-val- j cannon. j ley. She wore a halo of pink velvet LiUer in tne evening the young \ leaves. couple left for Bilo.xi, Miss. On! . Her only attendant was her siister, Mrs. Conrad White, she wore a matching dress of that of the bride in a shade of light blue. Tommy Stanford of New York ' their return home they u'ill live j a J!.Jon Linwood Street in Osceola. I Mr. Stanford is associated with: his father in farming near Luxora. ! Out-of-town guests, at the wed-! _ , ~ - - - ding were Mrs. H. M. Pegues of City was his brother's best man. | Memphis, grandmother of the re Ernest Ingram. Tom-1 bride: Mrs. Veyton Neely of Cam- Wiley Tate and Herbert j^en. N. J., aunt of the bride: Mr. ;md Mrs. Robert Pegues and son Bobby of Memphis; Alvin Segal of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Young and children Kenny and Carolyn have returned to their home in Petersburg. Va., after a visit here wim her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hipp. Word has been received here 01 the dfiuh of J. A. Jenkins o( Atlanta. On. Mr. Jenkins was the biother-m-law of Mrs. Arthur Rushing of Blytheville. Funeral services to be conducted this afternoon in Atlanta. Dr. and Mrs. Milton Webb willl leave Saturday morning to spend the New Year's holiday with Mr. and Mrs. George Grear in Columbus, Ga. Mrs. J. A. Luckett and Miss Neal Luckett have returned from Helena where they spent several days visiting their son and brother, Dr. Frank Luckett. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis and children of Hattiesburg, Miss., who have been visiting friends and relatives here, left yesterday morning on a vacation trip to Florida. They were accompanied by .Mr. Davis' brother, Lewis, and Miss Carol Ann Holt. Coffee Begins Series of Parties Complimenting Miss Moore Beginning a series of pre-nuplial parties for Miss Jimmie Lee Moore was a coffee yesterday morning at the home of Mrs. Cleo Langston on Chickasawba. Hostseses for the party were Mrs. Langsion's daughters. Mrs, C. I.. McWators Jr.. and Mrs. Charles Langston along with Mrs, Philip Deer, Mrs. J. W. Raytier and Mrs. R. A. Gary. Mrs. Deer greeted guests at the door as they arrived anrt in turn introduced them to Miss Moore anrt her mother, Mrs. Boyce Moore and the groom-elect Jerry Strickland's mother. Mrs. Joe Strickland. The bride-elect greeted her guests wearing a whiie peau de soie dress. The dress featuring a portrait neckline and fantail hemline was poised over an array of colorful petticoats. { She pinned a gold carnation cor- i sage at the shoulder of her party j (rock.. [ Mrs. Moore wore a turquoise taffeta dress. The bodice of the dress featured, a scooped neckline and | three-quarter length pushup sleeves. Her accessories were in pink satin I and she was presented a pink car' nation corsage. Mrs. Strickland wore • black costume suit with matching accessories and a pink carnation corsage. i An assortment of party foodi I were served from a table covered \ with a linen i-utwork cloth- The ta, ble centerpiece wns composed of pink and silver baubles accented with silver sprays. ' This glittering arrangement was placed in a crystal epergne. Presiding at the table and assisting throughout the entertaining i rooms were Misses Ann Seay. Car- j men Gary, Mary Alice McWaters, Polly Deer, Linda Rayder and Sue I Jobo. i These girls were attired in pastel ! shades of velveteen and faille party • dresses featuring bouffant and sheath skirts. The hoMfsses bl^o presented the hunuree with gifts of her chosen pattern of silver. Ushers were Ernest Ingram. Tommy Call Lucas. The Rev. Harold B. Ray official- wedding trip, the new Mrs. Berry ed at the double ring ceremony. Burning tapers in wrought iron candelabra and in each window of the church cast a soft glow over the baskets of white gladioli interspersed with huckleberry which marked the background for the wedding party. The couple stood under a white arch which was entwined with sala and white giant chrysanthemums. White satin bows were used on the candelabra and to designate the family pews. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs, C. Murray Smart nnd Mrs. Donald Howard, pianist. Ha rry Carter Fnrr was soloist. His selections included "All for You," and "Because." The feminine musicians received corsages of feathered white carnations. Wearing red and white waltz length gowns and wristlets of white carnations Miss Z&da Haynes, sis- tar of the bride, and Miss irby Lynn Hodge served as taper lighters. Preceding the.bride to the altar was her sister. Miss Vera Haynes, who served as maid of honor. She wore a ballerina length gown of white featuring small red bows scattered over the bouffant, skirt. She carried an arm bouquol of yuletide roses caught together with green satin streamers. Uncle Gives Bride Entering the bridal aisle on the arm of her uncle. Wesley Stallings. the bride wove a ballerina length original wedding gown of bridal white by Fink fashioned of an all over flours design of hand clipped imported Chantilly lace over tnf- feta. The body of the gown was princess lines featuring a scoop neckline outlined with a yoke of illusion accented with nn appliqup of loa embroidered with traceries of iridescent sequins jind seed pearls. Tapering to a calla lily point over her hands were Uie long sleeves. Her sk.rl was worn over period hoops. The bouffant skirt, was accented at the hipline with an insert of nylon mile with matching appliques of Ince and jewels. Her fingertip length veil of bridal illusion fell from a shell hat and shr carried a cascade of white bridal roses surroundpd by liiy-nf- the-vnlley Falling from I he bouquet to the hemline of her gown wen- wnitc sfitin streamers tied in graduated lovers knots. Brother Best Man Jerry Berry served his brof.her a>, man. U,-:her.s were Max Gui-iey. Dan Calchvcll. Bill wil- i!;inif, and Gror^r- L;idym:m. The bride's mother wore for her d<iii:ihtfM''-s inarriflu r t-* a navy blue circus with pink iUTossones and Amazon white star lily- cor.suge. Mrs. Berry wore a copper brown ?.!*ernoon crown. She cnmplrmented her with powder blue accessories and pinned an Anifl?.on white star li!v at her shouldfr. Following the ceremony Mrs. Mar- Burks and Mrs. Charlie Lutes were hostesses for the reception which was held in the social rooms of the church. The bride's table was overlaid with a grape design imported cloth and centered with the traditional tiered wedding cake. Pliiced around the of the cake were white pom-poms nestled j in beds of greenery. White tapers in crystal holders were used on either side of the cake. Other bouquets of white flowers along with greenery and tapers were used to decor&l* the reception room. Miss Beauton Stallings was In charge of the bride's book and reception assistants were Misses Patsy Caldwell, Jeanette Gurley and Beatrice Holmes and Mrs,, Patsy Taylor; Mrs. Pauilne Gurley, Mrs, Bonnie Smith and Mm. Richard Conley. The couple left oc * aouthtru wearing a gray costume suit with ,. mauve accessories. She completed if her costume by pinning an orchid corsage at her shoulder. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. George IjRdyman of Rector. Mr. and Mrs.! Prentiss Wehb Berry. Mr. and j Mrs. Joseph M. Dale, of Prentiss, Miss,; Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Isaac of .Little Rock: Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pearson of Jonesboro and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. White of Monette. Others were from Manila, Coming Events Saturday University Club having annual New Year's Eve party nt Country CUib. 9 p.m. Hosts are Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Smart. MJ. and Mrs. ^ MnVvin Nunn Jr., nnd Mv. and Mrsi. i J. M. Williams Jr. MONDAY Dny Circles tit Trinity WMU meeting at church, 2 p.m. Rose Marlowe Circle meeting with Mrs. Woodrou- Hardy, 7:30 p m TUESDAY Exempler Chapter ol Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Miss Nancy Holland, 915 W. Ash, 7:30 p.m. Alpha Alpha Chapter, of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. E. L. Boggs, 7:30 p.m. Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. Mary Lyons, 7:30 p.m. Eastslde Garden Club meeting nt home of Mrs. W. E. Buchanan. 2 p.m. A talk on winter gardening will be given and Illms on Alaska and Florida will be shown. Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. Gene Tealovd. . WEDNESDAY Club Eight meeting with Mrs. S. C. Owens, FRIDAY Veiulmii Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Bill Slock. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. George D, Pollock, Jr. Mrs. Glenn O'Neal and 'baby, city Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charles Davis and baby, city Mrs. A. J. Shelton. Steele Mrs. Beatrice Caudle, city Mrs. J. D. Smith, city Mrs. Donie Yarbro, city Mrs. Robert McGraw, city Geneva Wilks and baby, city J. F. Fisk. Stpele Dallas Jones, city Wymen Dickerson. city Mrs. Mary Evans, cltv Mrs. J. L. Hoyt and baby, city Becky Osborne, city Mrs. Edward Miller and baby, city Jerry Blomeyer. Memphis Edward Marshall Begenold II, Armorel Walls Honplfitl Dismissed: B. J. Lawler. Steele Mrs. J. H. Killian. city Benny Thorpe, city Luvenia Wilson, city Mrs. E. H. Collins, city The bride's mother chose for her! U-JMJ ^ .......,..—.. --„-- -_ daughter's wedding a sheath Irockj El Paso, Tex.; Marilyn Lamber of in blue sheer wool with matching j St. Louis. accessories. The bodice was soft- Others were Mrs. V. C. Bamett ened by a flattering cape collar. I oi Dcrmott, grandmother of the She wore a purple orchid corsage, i groom: R. J. Bameti of Pocanon- The groom's mother wore alias: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hardin sheath frock in pure silk shantung; of Lexington, Tenn. and Henry in cloud pink. The dress featured 1 Stanford of Tulsa. Qkla. Miss Sandra Long Complimented WithDessert-BridgeatRowkttHonu A dessert-bridge at the home of Mrs. Thurman Hewlett Wednesday night complimented Miss Sandra Long, bride-elect of Pat Smothermon Miss Ernadel of [he hostess, the affair. The mantle Swearensen. sister, dividual tables were centered with •as co-hostess for budvases holding ivy. I In the bridge games. Miss Doris the entertaining i Bean won high score. Miss Bobbie Jean Byrd. second high, Mrs. Lynn room of the home was decorated with evergreens which were accented with glittering red balls . , . Stevens, low, and Mias Toby Ann Long, bridge. Standing in this bank of greenery Miss Long wore for the pau> a were red tapers in wrought iron ! bouffant black taffeta skirt featur- holciprs Small sugar plum trees j ing a metallic weave. Attached to were placed about the room and In- her black blouse was a purple or- j ______ | chid corsage. Annie Armstrong Circle Has Meeting The hostesses also presented her with an electrical appliance. Mrs. Toby Long and Mrs. Jimmy Smothermon. mothers of the engaged couple, received white carnation corsages. , Annual Red Pepper-Football 1 jf Banquet Held at Hotel Noble Seventy-five members and guests attended the annual Red Pepper-Football Banquet last night at Hotel Noble. This annual formal affair is held* by the Red Pepper Club in honor of • members of the Blytheville High' School ' football squad and their coaches. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nicholason, Coach and Mrs. Ru.ssell Mot-ley, Mrs. Wilson. Henry, Mrs. Robert McHaney. Miss. Prances Bowen and Emery Wilson. ' Other guests were Miss LaN^al Sudbury, past president of the Red . Pepper' Club, and Roger Sudbury,' president of the Red Razoo Club. ; Miss Arden Cuadra and her dc- coration commHee had changed the • Plantation Room into scenes of; Arabia with a large turquoise and ; brown tent being suspended from the ceiling. j Along the walls of the room turquoise and brown draperies weret used with glittering gold swords be-! ing attached to them. ; The dinner \vas served from tables decorated with golden magnolia leaves and white tapers. Palm trees! placed about the room completed the : decorations. Miss Luna B. Wilhelm, faculty ftd- visor for the Red Pepper Club, and Miss Lue Owens, president of the club were m charge 'of the program, A program was given by Emily Damon. Gail Brogdon. Donna King, Dick Foster and Donna Stanfield. Mr. Nicholson .gave the invocation with Miss Owens giving the welcome and Charles Abbott the response. Coach Mosley concluded the program with "A Look at the Tribesmen-" COSTS LESS THAN YOU'D OUESSI OLDSMOBILE n K • votin N «An K sr j -j OCALKN 11 ^•f^H^t&tfmtiifi^ r d courier tsesvs Classified • i ' \ IV / j Q-f- i rk'QSQW "- -' Annie Armstrong Circle of Trinity Baptist Church met at she home ol Mrs. Lucy Koonce Tuesday with. five members and two visitors pies- j—(g|(-j Repeating of the watchword and prayer by Mrs. H. E. VanCleve opened the meeting with Mrs. Koonce conauct n" the busmea session. Mrs. Pallie Emery was hostess . ,. .. i for a fnmiv reunion Saturday Mrs. Drew Hughey pave the de-, n(ght ... the c h i c it aS |, w Courts As- vntional and Mrs. C. S. 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