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PAGE FOUK BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pat Mulling, Socict>; Editor Phone 4461 Couple Exchange Vows At Trinity ; Baptist Church ; As the words "till rfp.ith do iui f~. part" were heard amonp the larcje gathering of friends and relatives. ; Joye Adams Ross became 'he brirl? of" the Rrv. Gram-ill? David McPeake. pastor of Trinity Baptist Church. The Rev, E. C. Brown officiated at the double ring ceremony al Trinity Baptist Church Saturday at 4 p.m. She Is the dauphter of Mrs. J. H. Adams unrl the late Mr. Adams and J;e is the son of the late Mr. and Mis. Jerry E McPeake. A wall background of huckleberry wilh white baskets of white peonies and pink peonies formed the setting for the veridine party. AmonE thf 1 four baskets of Mowers, .stood Isipe candelabra Imlrimp burning white cathedral tapers. The bride's* p.l?!f> was laid with white. | Pre?rntlng a prngiam of nuptial music were Miss Mary I .on Sawyer*. MLSR Mary Jo Ross and Jim- mle Buffing ton. Mr. BiifHtiRton. pianist, play pel "Brcruise." "Chaop] Bell." "Always" and the traditional marche.=. Miss Sawyers, who wore a pale orchid nrgandy rire.v, over crinoline featuring low scalloped neckline with very full skirt, sanp "Today. O Lord" by De Koven and "The Lord's Prayer." She wore a small white hat and pinned white carnations at her shoulder. As the pianist played "Claire de Ln Miss Ross gave "How Do T Love , Thee" by Elizabeth Barrett Brown ing She wore navy organdy ovor a sheath of navy pique and hrr hat anri other accessories were white. She also-pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder. Mrs. Hugh Edward Tale, of McComb. MKs., a Bister of ihe bride, lighted the tapers. She was drowsed in nile green nylon over IMfctn ^ith rhtneslone trim. Her acce.s- Bits ot News fl'/o^Uy C, W. AffSirk arrived home this morning from a vacation of several weeks when he and Mrs. Afflick visited points of into rest in the East including S;ir;ito^a Springs and Niagara Falls, he- fore iioiiiK to Hartford, Conn., for a visit with their daughter. Mrs. Roherl Haitian ri and fainiiy, Mrs. A (flick remained in Hartford for a longer visit \vilh the Hartlgnns. '. Mrs. S. S. Patterson and dauRh- : tor. Miss Vivian Pruier^on. arc* spondins the day in Mrmphis, : Mr. and Mrs. John Haily and: children of Pm ta^pviilr. Mr, nmr M rs. Ben Vinyard of Cape Girar- i clean. Mo., spent Sunday with Mr.' and Mrs. E. B. Oce. i . • Mr, and Mrs. Paul Mahon have ro turned from a two- week 1 ; vacation in Jon^sbni'o, Memphis., St. : j! Louis, Springfield and Big Springs, j'.vio. I nobljy Ray Clark, son of Mrs.j ij f.arlronia Glovoi', wns Salinday from tlip Navy afl years of service on tlw USS Koan. Ho will arrive home SrUur- 1 A .' Q few (\ays in' AI L rtny after spcnrttng a fe MONDAY, JUNE 9 r 1952 fln four , \/ i rr\ i t~l i n USS Mc-| V "id" llu Coming Events Monday Business Women's Circle Six nf the P1r.it Presbyterian Church meet Monday at 8 In the home of Mrs. Nora Spradley. Trinity Baptist Church Women meet by Circle 7-ith One in the home of Mrs. Frank Sawyers at 310 Lake and Tv>'o with Mrs. F. J. Austin on North Franklin. The entire Women's Missionary Union o[ the Fir.st Baptist Church has a business meeting and royal service program at the church at 2 p.m. Tuesday East Side Garden Club meets at take Street Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. George Shanks, hostess and Mrs, G. W. Maloney, program chairman. BkyLhftville Junior Auxiliary has z 9:30 R.m. meeting at. the Country Club. M Charlevolx Chanter of the DAR T has meeting at the Hotel Noble for I p.m. luncheon with Mrs. Charles! Perm, Mrs. E. H. Woodson Mrs S. P, Martin hostesses. Mrs. Gene Tcaford entertains . members of the Tri-Town Bridge I Club at her home. If you are sentimental about your v priding and engagement rinps, you'll probably never remove them from your fingers. While working in the garden, you can prevent dust ami dirt from Getting into the setting by encircling a strip of transparent tape around the rings. activities; and Mrs. J. w. Walters, missionary education and service. KN'OAOKl) — Miss Kathcrine Forshee is the bride-elect of Bob- an d by N T . White, it was announced today by her parents. Mr. and Mrs- Herbert Forshee. His parents are Mr. and Mrs, Leonard White. ^ \I \ Pl'T CAKE—nn»! Rev. aiid Mrs. GrnnvLlle David McPeake cut (heir wedding cake at a rcreptlon following their 4 p.m. ma mage Saturday at the Trinity Baptist Church with the Rev. E. C. Drown offirirt- Ung at the double ring eoiemnny. She is the former Miss Jove Adams ROS.SJ daughter of Mrs. J. H. Adams and the late Mr. Adam.i. of SL Louis, wore nn original model were white and her flowers wcr- orchid carnations which she pinned at her waist. Serving as maid of honor was MU:i Bernice Overman, who wore a drcwss of rich, deep plum lace with n full skirt over taffeta. Her original hat was of pale orchid with lace edging in Identical shade PS that of her dress, which featured rhinestone trim. She carried a Iprpe cascade bouquet of orchid carnations. Gay Frances Tale was flower girt. She wore fo? the mar- riapf 1 of her aunt, a dress of pale orchid with a hill gathered skirt, nnc 5 . a satin headband of orchid. Che also carried orchid carnations. The bride, who entered on the 3.TTT of her uncle. Hnrry Sponsler Latest In Junior in cam el la pink lace over la [fetn. he sweetheart neckline was stud- ert with rhinestones and skirt was ill and flared. Her small pink hat' ^alured a halo of liny pink flow- rs and her milts were of the same hit: IHCC. She. chose pink linen for pr world inp slippers. Her only rnamont. a strand of pearls, WEUS a Ift of the groom. Mr.s. MrPeake carried a large ascade bouquet centered with a ingle pure white orchid and sur- ounderi with pink carnations. In- nrvallnp in thfc streamers which vere hemlength and tied in French e-Washington, D.C. turner! homo froin University of Mississippi whore sho Kradualed. | M. and Mrs. Thomas Alexander Dr. and Mrs. B. F, Srott w h o Havls of Alexandria. Va., announce mndp their home here for several. lllp mfrrtace of their daughter. Country Club Duplicate Bridge Lor^ne plays weekly games at Club. Y.nrbro HD Club meets In their club house. Katherine Forshee Mrs a C. LanEStnn is h to Club Eight. Thursday Thursday Rook Club meets in rhf home of Mrs. Neville Blakemore. Is Engaged To .ostcM Bobby N. White are moving to Memphis this. Mnry Firmer-*, to Frank Anthony; Mrs. James Rogers is hostess to week. Dr. Scon "is leaving private Troenrilc of Arlington, Va.. May 2 j CiEO Bridge Club, practice temporarily to do post-1 f 1 Fu]1 Oosprl Tpbernacle in Wash-| Blytheville Duplicate Bridge work in .svirpcrv at t h c' ln ^ 1011 - D c - vvith th(1 Rrv - Llr> >' d Baptist Memorial Hospital there. ! Christiansen officiatine. The Dn vis's Rill Brnroy nrrivod home nftor 1 '^* 1 foimpr residents of this city. his Ri-hduation from University of ; wll ° "i° vf ^ to Virpmla AiltAnsas with a bnrhclor" o( science degree in business admin- .strntion. He nlr-o ha.s rec-eived a to Virpmla lo make lhp!r home about seven >' cfirs ** n Decorating the church were white cwf rs in large floor baskets with as tiioir pursts their daughters. Mrs, Al Chronistci 1 , Mr. Chroute- tor, and son Gary ot Batesvillo, and Mr.s. John Crook and children, Betty Ann and Sue, of Dyess. League has weekly games. t the Hospitals Visitors Are Honorees Here Mrs. J. C. MfKenzle of San Francisco and Mrs. C. E. Crigper, III, ol Fayctfevlllc. guests of Mrs. C. E Crlgger. Jr.. were hnnorce* at luncheon piven Saturday at the Country Club toy Mrs. E. M. R enolri. At ihft two-course lundir-mi, the theme wns a summer one. with larce iquet-i of fun-shaped gladioli Centering each table were spread fans and an attached carnation to: nnh purst. In the bridep gnmes plnyrd in th afternoon, Mrs. Rtissell Phillips won first plare and Mrs. Samuel F. Morris won second and britigo. Mrs. Marvin Robinson entertained members of the Crlzcer family nnd Mrs. McKcnzie on Friday with a luncheon. knots were pink sweet peas, I, E. Pierce. Jr.. served ihe Rev Mr. McPeake. as best man and the r?ev Byron Epps nnd Rex Lovel ,'ere ushers. Mrs Adams chase for the mar- Ingt of her daughter, a nlle prren lyc-lei dress with which she wore natural accessories and pink carna- lonv at her shoulder. A reception was given for the oup!e by Mrs. L. H. Hay, at Chick- •SRS CourUs assembly room. Mrs. Tate and Miss Cliffie Overman pre- nt the punch bowl anri wed- iiliyr cnke and Mrs, Billy Hyde had harRD ot the gxinst book. The bride's table was conlcrprt vitb a three tiered crtkn with the traditional miniature bride anri commission as second lieutenant.] l >alms anrt - f(nns at lh<1 n [ta r Ca- Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Martin havei thedral tapers, holding while tapers provided light for the candlelight ceremony. The bride, Riven In marriage by liot father, wore a whitf 1 satin w?d- riiiv gown \vith chantilty lace end- Mrs. M. O. Goodwin Is now mak-jin* »» a cathedral train. The yoke inp her home at 1011 West AshJv.as rclped in seed pearls. Her veil Mr. and Mrs Nry Hunt, who: of French ilhisinn was caught with have made thnir home here for - « <'"-wn of oranRe blossoms, and j the pn.st spvornl years will leave; her tnscnde bouquet was of white \ this week end for" Memphis where I0 ^ s a » [1 ]ilies ol the valley. they make t)\eir home in Gcrn\anlown. Dr. and Mrs. Hunt- Miss Shirley Davis, sister of the bride 1 , was maid of honor, and wore er Sims, Jr.. will occupy former residence. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens and j Mrs. E. A. Goodrich are spending i ijiVps this week in Knoxville, Tcnn, UK I jftf-nt their I a floot'-'^'i^th po\vn of pink quisette and a small !are hat of the same sli^de. She carried lavendnr Rlyiheville Hospital Dismissed: Shirley Snyder. Jr., city. Mrs. J. W. Hensley and baby, city. Ruth Mae Knox, St, Louis. Mary Hubbard, St. l^uis. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Marie Kolwyck. city. Mrs. Leonard Oldham and baby city. Betty Jane Sanders, Rt. 2. Mrs. L. R. Lester, Steele. Mrs. Joe Cohoon. Holland. Elmer Perry, Huffman. Mrs. Jane Pope. Stccte. In order to maintain foot health and promote good posture, eirls in j plnriioii. The four bridesmaids were tnfi 12 t 14-year age growpShould In Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Forshee of Elytheville today announced the j engagement and approaching mar- j riape of their daughter, Katherine. to Bobby N. White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard White of Blytheville. Miss Forshee attended Blylhevillc Hi^h School and is now employed ] at Rlythevilte, Public Library under the school's Diversified Education Proaram. Mr, White is a cnraduate of Blytheville HiRh School and is now as- j sociated with Arkansas Missouri j Ice Company. The couple plans a July wedding. VVSCS Officers Installed Here NVw Officers in the Women's So- cieey or Christian Service of Wos]cy Memorial Methodist Church were installed in a ceremony hy the pastor, the Rev. B. W. Stalcup yesterday morning during church services- Officers included Mrs. Jock Robertson, president and promotional guest.*: of Mr? and Mrs. John; marquJseHe. Each carried gladioli Thomas, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob floor length pown.s of wear heels not over one and one- i secretary Mrs. Will O'Neal, vice designs in pastel shades of haK j ncne s high. j president' and spiritual life: Mr.s. nd of complementing color arid a crorn Goodrich. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens i ,.[ complementing flowers in their \vlll also visit Mayor and Mrs. W. i ^sir The jtnior bridesmaids and N. Norton In Montgomery. Ala. -' O \ver air! also wore floor length R. Gee, Jr., has arrived i cowns of pastel shades. home to spend tbc summer with cVoonr'ato'p tn7™kerwniirtaperR hls Pai'ents. Mr. anrt Mrs. E. B.I flanked thft sides of the table and forming a background for the sceiv. were" Inrpn white wedding bell.s caught with satin pufts. Tin 1 couple departed for a wed- cin>, trip to MlMLs.slppl and for her trln the bride added a pink Salynrv Spencer .-1 jacket and pinned the «'hftc oivhld from her wedding Uoutiuet at her" shoulder. Upon their return, they will make their home In Blylhevi'llc. Out-of-town guest,'; included Mr. and Mrs Bnntiey Janes, Mis. Gene jontf: and son, Miss Joan Williams of Hictcmnn, Ky. f J. O. Colwyck of Fipr Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. .Jerry Mo Peakt. and rinuEhtcrs. Miss Sybyl \TcPe^ke of Jackson. Tenn.. Mrs. Pi" Schumann and son. Mrs. El a Duniap of Marvel, Ark-, Mrs. Eli?.abet) Gillrspic of Cincinnati. Mr. in- Mrs. Harry Sponslcr and son t [ St 1-ouls. Mr. and Mrs, Paul J tile'- nf East Prnirie, Mo. nnci Mr^ Charles Adams of Caraway. HD Club At Number Nine , Mrs. Klmrr Lane was hostess to ! cipht mem hers of the Number N'tne ' Club Friday Home Demonstration nt her home, when Thr sen shell?- you find this summer will make fine ornament, 1 ; t ash (rays if you clean them thor- nnch and allow them In dry. Appl> tv.u thin coals of tresh white sheila^ 1 anri wait for enrh onn to drv, Llnvri I " French had charge of Ihe prop ram and pave thr devotional- Durinc the busmoss session, they rues. discussed matfhox Improvement, and | A s rrporis were eiven by of tirers and I hnstrA rommittrrmen. Mrs Gertrude Holi •ee. Sr. He Is H student at Uni •crsily o! Arkansas. Avtorr\obiles Ralph Davis of \Vashinelon served as best man and four other WashinH'on men served as ushers. Both mothers were eiven orchids. A reception was held in the church hall n.sinj; A color scheme of J hlu« and white, after which the ! couple left for Niagara Falls, the! britir wearing a pray suit and blue | Tenchcrs College In Pa. i* associated with Coopcr-TTcnt Photostat, Company in Washington, D. C. Vernon Masarlettc. secretary He! treasurer: Mrs. J. N. Moody, literature and publications; Mrs. James Guinrie, supplies and Christian social relations and local church NEWPORT, R. I. W.i—This sum- accessories and an orchid ror.sase. j mei pociety capital is about ready! Mrs, Troendle graduated ,from| rimit that the automobile has ! Blyihrville High School anri attend- j replr.ced the horse. City fathers j ed Southwestern Bible College, j plan to change over the ancient; Enfci. Okla,. and Southwestern Hi- Vnnrlcrrillt memorial rirlnkinp fov.n-; hie Seminary at Fort Worth. Mr. tair tor hnrses, Unme aumrner it i T-.-oei dip attended Syracuse Univer- be ii5ed as n birn-bath. . c :tv in New York anri Lock Haven 3.DAY \-e a demonstration on rap ial p'pnod fol lowed and the served re f re? lime nt/p. By Sue Burnett i Delight of «very teen-a?e mlM is ; the full-skirted frnck fcr jp<vUl ! dates wiib a charming ruffled p-H- llcoat unrierne&i n. A band of eye - ; let makes a pretty trim at the neck- bne. Pattern N T o. 8842 1« a 5rw-r;te per- ; lorated pattern in sizes 11, 12. 13. K. i !*. !6. ^Sire 12, drew. 4 ! j yarrle of 39-inrh; petticoat. 1 yards. j For this pattern, send 30r in ' COINS, your name, arldres^, siw dp- ' firfci and the PATTERN NUM.- ; BER. to Sue Burnett. Courier New?. I 375 Quincy St.. Chlcazo 6, 111. | Ba?ic FASHION for '."i^ is tilled j with ideas 10 make your clothes \ burieet co further- tii\ie-savinj; and' economical rie?iEn!= that arc far-y to : sew. Gift pattern primed inside. 25 ; cents. | Some Causes of Chronic_Ailments FKEK ROOK—Kvplaim lljnsirs Ol Relittd Ailments HESTER'S RADIATOR REPAIR Soulh II liray SI Blythrvllle • fiariialnrs Hnilcd and Hccnrcd • New and Used Itadinlnrs For Sale Phoilf 31SS — Day or Msl>t Lram thf sfilons naiiirs of Piles, Fistula, Colnn. slomach and a^o- cialed clisoreiors. Write loriay [nr n FREE ropy o! a 40-page illustratrrt book. Thornton Ar Minor Ho.'piUt. Suite 672. 911 E. Linwood, Kinsas City 3, Mo. 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