The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 27, 1953 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 27, 1953
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PAGE TWO BI.YTHEVn.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JUNE H, 1W| ocie F«t MuJiins, Society Editor 44G1 MARRIED HERE — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Luther Wlldy are shown following their exchange or nuptial vows yesterday at the First Lutheran Church here. Mrs. Wildy, the former Miss Ann Katherine Wheeler of Caraway, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clifton Wheeler, also of Caraway. Mr. Wilciy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Samuel Wildy, of Etowah. The newlyweds will be at home in Etowah following a 10-day wedding trip. Wildy-Wheeler Marriage Rites Conducted in Lutheran Church Bits of News In a wedding of dignity and simplicity yesterday, Miss Ann Katharine Wheeler of Caniway, Ark., former member of BIytheville School faculty and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clifton Wheeler also of Caraway, became the bride of Charles Luther Wildy of Etowah, Ark. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Samuel Wildy also of Etowah. The Rev. G. Miessler officiated at the double ring ceremony at four o'clock yesterday at the First Lutheran Church In BIy- theville, in the presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives of the couple. Providing a setting in the sanctuary for the wedding party were white wrought iron baskets holding white stocks entwined with huckleberry, and white candelabra holding burning white cathedral tnpers. White satin nosegays marked family pews. Miss Kmily Damon, organist, provided a program of nuptinl music throughout the ceremony. Her selections included "Through The Years" by Vincent Youmans, "Lie- bestrewn" by Franz Liszt, "Because" by Guy d'Hardelot, Bridal chorus from "Lohengrin" by Richard Wagner, and the Wedding March by Felex Mendelssohn. Miss Damon wore a white embossed organdy, afternoon dress with white accessories, and was given a, corsage of white daisies. I Miss Mary Louise Wheeler served I wore line and tied with pink satin ribbon forming streamers. Bride Wears White The bride, who rntrred the snnc- biary on her father's arm. and was given by him In marriage, was attired in an afternoon dress of white birdseye pique. The fitted bodice featured a low oval neckline outlined with Irish lace, embroidered with a small rhinrstone and chalk bead design, nnd n shoulderlinc of capc-llkn effect, extending to the walsl. The circular skirt was bouffant nruf poised over starched petticvoaU. Her hat carried out the motif of her dress in the rhlncslonc centered medallions on crocheted straw. Her ensemble was completed with matching opera pump* of white mi- la n .straw, she curried n crt'.senti bouquet of gardenias centered with a white orchid, against a Hack-i ground, of white maline, adorned \vonien' with satin streamers. Wilbur Wlldy, brother of I [in groom, served as hrst man anrl Karl Wlldy, another brother served as usher. , For her daughter's marriage, Mrs. Wheeler wa.s wearing a navy blue linen dress with inserted lace panels in the skirt. complemented by white accessories and n gardenia cnr.siige. Mrs. Wildy's choice for the .ifter- noon wns a navy blue silk dross,, the Mrs. Johnny (Jln.ssrock and Miss Konu Rnilry ;in> sp'-ntling .this \v ' f •' • r •• ' "- -' r A-'-., where they arc visiting Pvt. Johnny j Will! IT l/iKim "f Nrw York City arrived to b(; Uw xw^i of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thnodore l/i- gnn, and his brother, Max Lo^im, •ami f-imi'y. ! Darlone. Fetnberg, daughter ofj Mr. and Mr.s. b^j-: ?>.;.., ...i y,...- terdiiy from Memphis to .spend ei:;ht weeks at Camp Burr Oaks, Wis. She was takffi to Memphis by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Con way are to arrive 1 this work end from Hocho.';, Mum., where Mr. Conway lias been In Mayo's Clinic. Mrs. Samuel P. Morris and Mrs. P. D. Faster jire in Memphis today. Airman First, Class Howard R. Bailey left today for Stewart Air Force Base. Ncwburph, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Erskin Tilman and rin lighters, Cluni and Virginia, of ] Chicago arrived today to .spend two j weeks as the Riiests of Mrs. C. R . Pugh of Holland and Mr. and Mrs A hard PI,^ o/ Biythevinc. They A vjtrf' accompanied here by Mrs. B;>rn;ird MrKnlKli 1 . and soil, Darrell. WIN SEWI.VG CONTEST — Winners of the dress revue bold yr.sterday nt the annual countywide 4-H Club event are (seated from left) Elizabeth Brister, Carolyn Stutts, Maudy McRay and Jeanette Bolin, and (standing from left) Ruby Evans and Laura Hemby. kAl<ZC/~r\ A I— I /VUSSCO 4- PI I I I J j_ \ A / 1 1 D I re Held at Walker Park The iuinufil county-wide 4-H dre.s.s^ , ._ Marsh Is 50 persons attending and partlcl- . ' patlne in the events. HonOrEC] Qt Pd TtV A total of 32 garments were mod- | ' elecl in two divisions—one for girls from 10 to 13 years and nnothei for nd Mr.s. J. Moll Brooks nre revue and baking contest was held in Memphis today to take their j yesterday at Walker Park wilh about houseisuest. Mrs, .Jnmes C. Hartley of New Orleans, who is en route to her hnme. Mr. and Mrs. W O. Spaeth have returned Lo Atlanta, Ga.. after vis- Illn? his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Spaeth and his brother, E. B. Spaeth, Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bonne and Dr. and Mrs. Charles Craig are spending this week end on Kentucky Lake. Edsel Hnrber left, yesterday to assume his duties with the Air Force at Lake 'Charles Air Force Base, l.a. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Kromas of Waco, Tex., were guests of Mr, and Mr.s. W. D. Henson and family left loclny for their home. They were accompanied by Mrs. John Kromns, the former Miss Ruby Henson, for a month's visit. John Kromas left for Portsmouth, N. H., lo be sta- girls from 14 10 21. Clothinu winners follow (first, second and third in that order): Junior Division Aprons — Mary Maude McRoy, Because Debbye Marsh was seven years old yesterday she was complimented with a birthday party at Walker park, with 25 friends attending. One out-of-town guest, Pete Halstead of Hayti.attended the event. pQny ^ ^wto* the afternoon's entertainment, after which t j le guests wcre served a ()aste i birthday cake and ice cream Mrs. , . ., tioned with the Navy. Coming Events Montlar Lonoke Home Demonstration Clnb ana meeting with Mrs. Leslie Moore. Miss Maxine Hill Is hostes.i to members of the Katie Hatton Ifcung Women's Auxiliary of tre First Baptist Church. Lake Street Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service meet at the church. Tuesday Mrs. J. L. Westbrook. Jr., Is hostess to members of the N. N. Bridge Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge Leasue hns meelin? at the club. Wednesday Bcclnncr's D u p I i o a t e Brldce Carolyn Stutts, Carolyn Elizabeth Scott. Skirts — Jcanette Bowles, Joyce Cookjsey. School dress—Carolyn Stutts, Iva! James Barksdale and Mrs. Lane No- Nell Gordon, Mary Taylor. | well assisted the honoree's mother. Play outfit—Rtlhy Eyans, Shirley! Mrs. Jack Marsh, in serving and en- Downing, tertaining. Senior Uivisicm outfit—Laura Alice Hemby. Play Jo Alice McGuive. Skirt and blouse—Elizabeth Brls- (er, Laura Alice Hemby, Baroara Patton. Wool suit—Laurn Alice Hemby. School dress — Elizabeth Bnster, Jo Alice McOuire, Patsy Taylor. Tailored dress—Laura Alice tiem- by. Party dress—Laura Alice Hemby. f. Winners In the Baking jBoritest wcre Jo Alice McGuIre, senior division, and Carolyn Stutts. junior division. Dress revue judges were Mrs. A. Cope-Innd and Mrs. Lee Stiles. Refreshments wcre served l\v Mrs. Oene McGulre and Mrs. J. B. Hemby, 4-H leaders. Going'-Away Party Is Given Here John Anna Dill, who has moved to Memphis with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wayne Dill, to make their home at 770 North Evergreen Street, was complimented Thursday at a picnic given by Mary Lou Edwards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shields Edwards. . « • ** Mrs. Charles McDaniol assisted Mrs. Edwards in serving refreshments to the children after they spent the afternoon in playing games. The honoree was presented with a gift from the hostess. Sunday School Class Has Meeting Members of the King's Daughters Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church gathered at the home of Woody Lynn Newman for a monthly business and social meeting, with 10 attending. Carolyn Holmes presided in the business session and Miss Ellen Moore offered prayer, after whi< games were played. Mrs. Larry B rum, teacher, gave the benedictio Church Men Meet To Re-Organize Members of the Royal Ambassadc and Young Brotherhood of the A morel Baptist Church gathered E the church Tuesday night for business session to reorganize th two groups. Six members met with their pa, tor, the Rev. W. E. Edmonson, ! the absence of counselor, Aide Smith. Picnic Is Given For Growers Union Guests of the Growers Union Calvary Baptist Church Thursda evening were Mrs. H. L. Shinn an daughters, Elizabeth and Sara, San Antonio. Tex., Bonnie Pecple Amv Rambo, W. H. Aston and Les ie Hambo, with the 28 members wh Rend Courier News Classified Ads, her sister as maid of honor nnd only feminine attendant. For the occasion, she chose a pink organza frock with n matching half hat and mils. Her crescent shaped bouquet was of varlgated aqua and white carnations, backed with pink ma- It's Simply Lovely , Uinctie hns weekly meeting at the == skirt of which hnrt n side drape, with i Rustic Inn matching accpssorirs. She also Thursday corsage of white par Blythnviilp D u p 1 i'c n t e Brldco Lnngue has meeting at Hotel Noble. tin 8944 • 12-« By Sue Burnett Just about the prettiest summer style you'll see—and delightfully easy to sew, with few pattern pieces so you can turn It out in no lime. Make another version with the yoke In contrast. Pattern No. 8944 is a scw-rite perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18. 20; 40, 42. Size 14, monotone, 4H yards ol 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W, Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and .summer- It's a complete spring; sewing guide for smart, prnctlcal jwai'drobw; gift pattern printed insUl« the book. 26 cents, i denias. Reception l» Given Following I he ceremony, bride's piimits were hosts in I dining room of the church tor reception. Overlaying the bride's table, fron which wedding cake and punch wen served, was an imported outwork linen cloth. The . thiTo-ticTed wedding cake .was topped by a miniature bride and groom and flankrr by crystal candelabra holding white tnpnrs. A bouquet nf daisies anr baby breath in n crystal bowl were nn the table. (Mrs, Mntt, Monnghan. Miss Barbara Monaghan and Miss Roscniai> Monaghan, who wore- given corsages of white daisies, served nt the Vi\- ble. Following (he mrpMon the couple left for a 10-day wedding trip, the bride wearing n Benhani origma suit with skirt of brown and white checked silk gingham, and blouse and eton jacket of white pique piped with a bias banding of gingham. Her accessories were white and her flower \vn.s (he white orchid from her corsage. Upon their return, they will live in Etowah, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilriy of Leachville WCIT hosts Thursday night nt a rehearsal dinner given here at Hotel Noble for members of the two families and wedding party. White daisies in a low oblong Arrangement flanked by white tapers formed the table's centerpiece. Party Is Given ByR. G. McHaneys Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert O. McHnney were hosts «t thrir hnmc lost nlulit lo members nf the Club ivith their hu.sbiuuis nnd IV iuUU- lionnl plnycrs as their Bursts. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dick White, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Panell Be.rryhill. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Jont?.. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Thomas. Lcniis Lynch. Miss Donna WundeHIch of Memphis nnci Mrs. John S. Hudson comprised (he guest list. During the evening, bridge Rnmrs provided enterluinme.tU. llnvry A. Halnes won Ihe high men's score, with hfRh women's score Kolnj? to Mrs. Hudson. J. H. Smart won bridgo. Daisies and roses combined \vtth folitige formed several bouquets which were placed nl vnntase, points. Party (nods nntl Iced drlnka i were lerved. during the affair. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK Installed i minutes in your window! KELVINATOR ROOM AIR CONDITIONER Hew! 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ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS SATU RDAY Double Feature Paramount presents fUBMIARINE COMMAND staning WILLIAM NANCY HOLDEN OLSON WIUIAM DON BENDIX-TAYLOR RfPUSUC Plena ALSO CARTOON Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature SATURDAY NITE OWL SHOW \Ve invite everyone who is in the Drive-In for the regular show (o stay for the Owl Show FHEE OF CHAKGB SERIAL Ganj? Busters No. 13 CARTOON Susie Blue Coupe SUN & 1MON Double Feature Newest Rj ot l SUNDAY and MONDAY KIRST HLYTHEV1L1.E SHOWING NOTHING CAN TAME THEM . . . SCANDAL CANT SHAME THEM...1 ~v Ml K-A P™**«<] bf Auwtn WIMCH; ** M« rounmi PLUS CARTOON & COMEDY OHN dERRV MAfflllMEMS THE STOOGE A ftnmounl Piclurt —PLUS- WINNERS — Carolyn Stutts, left, and Jo Alice JMcGuire are shown with the baking that won them first prizes in t h e baking division of the annual 4-H Club contests yesterday . at Walker Park. Esther Class Has Dinner Meeting- Members of the Esther Class of the First Baptist Church met for a bring-a-dish dinner meeting at the church, with Mrs. Carl Tate as hostess to the group. AUer a business session was conducted, Mrs. ohn Mays offered prayer and Mrs. J. C. Roach gave the devotional. ALSO METRO NEWS Armorel GA Has Program Meeting Members of the Intermediate Girls' Auxiliary of Armorel Baptist Church met Thursday at the church for stewardship program. Following group singing, a devotional, from St. Luke was given by Mrs. P. W. Garrison. Those who participated in the program were Marie Edmonson, Shirley Goodman, Hurley White, Barbara Edmonson and Patty Dyer. Mrs. Garrison and Marie Edmonson gave dismissal prayers. attended a picnic at Walker park. James Rambo gave the Invocation and J. P. Hocott led a testimony service. The group was dismissed by Mrs. yrank Webb. At the Hospitals BIytheville Hospital Dismissed: George Rucker, City Mrs. Fred Turnage, City Mrs. E. M- Reynold,. Armorel Mrs. Leonard Campbell, City Mrs. Elva Larkin, City Walls Hospital Dismissed, Eddie Bain, City Mrs. Pearl Vandenburg, Memphis. New Orleans Guest Is Honored Here Mrs. J. Mell Brooks entertained her houseguest, Mrs. John C. Bartley of New Orleans, yesterday with an informal party, and invited 20 friends to meet the visitor. During the afternoon, an assortment of party foods and iced drinks were served Irom the dining room table, which was overlaid with an ecru lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of painted daisies. Gladioli, roses and sweetpeas were used in profusion throughout other entertaining rooms. 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