The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1952 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 11, 1952
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PAGE TWO BLVTHEV11.LK (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, TOOT! 11, Pat Mullins, Society Kditor Phone 4461 Yolanda Dajan Married Here to Phillip Koury Couple Exchanges Nuptial Vows in Ceremony Here WKI> HKRB — Mr. and Mrs. Phillip George Koury, now on a southern wedding trip, were married Sunday a I. 3 p.m. at St. Step liens K|iiscopal Church by the Kev. W. J. The bride is the former Miss Vnlanda IJajau of Oarlaji'na, Columbia. i'holo) Tn » ceremony of quiet simplify. Miss Yolnnda Dnjan. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Dajiiii of Cnr- fajena, Columbia .was married lo Phillip George Koury. son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Koury of Slecle. The Rev. W. J. FHzlnieh heard the vows pledged Simctny at 3 p 'n. at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church here. Forming the setting for the wedding party were altar vases filled with lilies of the valley backed with swirls of greenery. Hoard In the sanctuary were soft organ selections and the traditional wedding msrih as the bride approached the al;ar. Preceding the bride down the aisie was her sister. Miss Alvira Da- Jan, who served as maid of honor. Sho was nllired In an afternoon frock of white pique rut with princess lines. Her Accessories v, p ere In while and her arm houqv.ct WPS composed of white valley lilies Interspersed with pink carnations nnd (Courier IVcws sal in. George Rababra. ot Indianapolis. Ind.. cave the bride in marriage. For the nuptial exchange, Mrs. Koury wore a white silk shnntim? suit of high fashion lines wl'.h " full flared skirt. The moulded bodies wfls richly studded with rhlnc- stones. She wore an Imported w : hltc lace cloche and carried a largo bridal bouquet centered with a purple throat orchid. White lilies of the valley surrounded the center with malm putfs and satin streamers forming a cascade, arrangement Serving Mr. Koury as best man was Richard Simmons of Herrin. III. The bride's mother was dressed In beige and brown lace with brown accessories. Mrs. Koury wore ice blue lace dress with complementing j navy accessories. Both molhers were given white gardenias In shoulder arrangement. Out-of-town guest* were from Tennessee, flllnois, Missouri and South America. To complement the couple. Mr. and Mrs. M. George entertained members of the families at their home at 110,East Kentucky Avenue with a 6 p.m. buffet dinner. They used valley liUes and other blooms in profusion throughout, the house. A reception will be held at Hotel Noble on June IS. Following dinner, the couple left for a wedding trip to points South for several weeks. Mrs. Koury was wearing an acqua shantung two- piece, dress and the removable or- chtd corsage from her bridal bouquet at her shoulder. The couple will be at home in Btcele on their return. MAKRIKI) — Miss I'eggy .June Stabbs, [laughter of Mr. and JlrR. William Stabbs, became the bride of Cecil Dean Rrilton, sou of Mr. and Airs. Tom Rritlon, in a fi p.m. ceremony .it Calvary Baptist Church, Saturday. They arc now on a werltlin« trip in Florida. (Photo by ' Faught)' ' Luncheon Given For Miss Moss Misses CUnrin Crosby nnri Ina Ellis cnterUmed brido-cleel Elf/a both Moss yestercliiy with a luncheon nt Hustle Inn. Centering the table where (.he guests were sented wns R low Ixju- qucl of blue cornflowers nnd pink rosebuds. DAC Assembly To Be Held 'Hie Nntionnt Society of the Children of the American Colonisl.s will hold their IHLh nnmtnl assembly in Memphis nl PetOxxly Hotel SnUir- cJay, ?\t 9:30 n.m. Mrs. Barry Hoswell Brook*, Jr., national president genernl, will pre- NCJMI' on a wedding (rip lo Florida are Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Dean Rrit- ton, who exchanged nuptial vows at Cnlvary IJaptEst Chijrch Saturday at 6 p.m. The bride is the former PCKKV June Stabbs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ktibb.s of Blythcvlllc. lift parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Britton, The double ring ceremony was rend by the Rev. P. H. Jerni- Kan. in the presence of their imme- dia to families. Mtss Joan Overton. fi niece of the prooin, was maid of honor and only feminine attendant. Hflr nilc green laffeta frock was trimmed with i hie;-tones and she wore blue ae- cesAorie.s, At her shoulder we're carnations in blue hue. For her marriage, the bride wore a white cotton lace street lentrth dross over white taffeta, the bodice of which was fashioned with a sweetheart neckline and cuffed shirt sleeves. .She wore pearls, a gift of (lie groom, nnd her white _ hat had a narrow brim. She wore* p cor.rnfic of pink carnations at her sl'0<,icier. Kcnnrth Storey served Mr. Brit- tor a,s bost man. J-'ollov.'ing the wrcldlnp. a rrrrn- t'or. held nt the homo of the br id or-room's parents, when approximately 50 frinncls nnd relatives wcrr present for the occasion. Assisting at the recent ion Mr.s Jewel Overtoil of Memphis, [ Mrs J. B. SI abbs of Benton. Ky., | nml Mrs. Christine Billiard of BiylhEi'lllc. Out-of-town cnests were Mr. and E," M^'nd 0 ^."}. B. «» Mrl's! E! Mr.. C. W. A,,o<n, 5S »„« Mr, C.yde ,.v. the lir-i-ton.. Tin- young couple will return from Florida Sunday to make their home IT Blythevitle. Mr.s Billion attended Blythcvlllc Hi eh School where she served as president of the Future Homemak- CTF of Atnetrca Club. The groom attended Dell High School and is now employed nt Dmo-Chrome nnrt pn^app.s in forming with his father at Ixtne Oak. .^.VStf '^^'^s^m&iJLL Coming Events is hostess Wednesday Mrs. C. C. Langsiun £ rfi to Club Eight. i Thursday I UDC meets at 12:^0 p.m. at the Noble Hotel for luncheon and host- esst- for DTD occasion will be Mrs. I. O. Wcstbrool:, Mrs. O. O. Poe'.z, New Liberty GA Meets In Home Beryl Beville was hostess Monday nisht to io members and two guests of Young Women's Association of the Baptist Church of New Liberty. A program on stewardship entitled "Ship Ahoy" was given and was pri-cecied by group sint-ius;. Cliar- lene Pierce presided over the busi- Jiu' Lancashire of Lakeland, Fla. who has been attending Oberlin Colltge, Oberlin, Ohio, was the overnight guest la,stn ight of Mr. ana Mrs. Harry W. Haines. He left this morning for Memphis to spend several days with Ills brother, Bob Lancashire, and family. The Lanca- Ehirei are lormer residents of Blytheville. Mrs W. B. Tanner of chapel Hill K.C.. has arrived here to spend the Summer months with her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan, and other relatives. Major and Mrs. John R. McDonald and children of Wichita, Kan. are here for several weeks with her mother. Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. Mrs. Newton Whilis is iti Nashville for her class reunion at Van- derbllt University. She also is visiting other cities In Tennessee. Carole Anil Bailey, who underwent surgery at Walls Hospital, has now been dismissed and is at the hotne of her parents, Mi 1 , and Mrs T. J. Bailey, 1320 Hearn. Mrs Leland Chatham, of Louis vine, Ky., who has been the cues of Mv. and Mrs. Matt Monoghan left today for her home. She wa accompanied by her niece, Miss Barbara Monoghan. who will spend ?e*eral \vceks with her before going io Charlottesville, Va. and Virginia Beach. Va. Miss Monotfhan will re- viir.'i in the latter part of July. Mrs. Roland Green, and Mrs. J. D. | devotional. B-.rksdale. i Other topics on the program In- Ficlelis Class of the First Baptist; eluded "Stewards of Our Time and Church meets with Mrs. John Money." "Stewardship," "Worship." fie; "Food and Shelter wasi given Mays. 309 Dougnn. for a business "Diseiplcship," -Partnership, 1 ' and|l»' "/<=;. Robertson; The Midcen- "Fellowship." After the program Mrs J. W. Shinn, who underwent emergency surgery there. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hansord announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Monday at Walls Hos- pitai. She has been named Cathy Lynn. Mrs. Hansord Is the former Miss Billy Jo Browning. Miss Betty Easley. who wat grnrl- upiet 1 . from Arkansas State ColleR* on May 23, was among thofte who mfide the dean's list for the sprfeig stn.eyter. She Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. John H. Easley of Burdette. Pvt. Richard McFall, who hu recently completed training *t rt. L«e Va., Is home to spend a 10-day lurlongh with his omther, Mrs, J. E. McFall. He will be as5ign«d to over- duty In the European theater upon his return to service. Mr and Mrs. Charles Brogdon have as their guests, Mrs. Brogdon's father, Raymond Saxc, Sr., and her brother, Raymond Saxe, Jr,, of Kaincs City. Fla. Her father will remain throughout the summer out hei brother will return following & brie: visit, Mr.s. E. H. Bley of Diirant, Miss., Is spending a few days here with her daughter. Mrs. Lillian Frank. Mrs. H. L. Chambers and Mrs. C. K Alexander have gone to Rt- verton, Mo,, whore (hey will be the gi.rsts of Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tipton. Mrs, \V. .). FitzVmgh, Sr., of Marlana, b the guest of her son. the Rev. W. J. FilzVnjgli, and family. Perry Rolbrock, son of Mr. and Mrs P. C. Rothrock, has returned to the University of Arkansas for the summer session. Mrs. J, L. McNail of La Feria, Tex- and Mrs, K. C. Whittington Mrs. Louise Iniivll!*, Ark.. Walpole is in Ben- with her daughter. Mrs, Will O'Neal was in charge of the program,' "Children Need Us." "Child Labor and Working MoiVi- ers" was given by Mrs. James GuOi- of Cleveland, Tex., are visiting their fister, Mrs. H, H. Garnett, and family. Martha Shelby was motored lo Memphis Sunday by her parent*. Mi. and Mrs. Alex Shelby, where she joined Mr. and Mr.s, Ben H, Carr. Jr., of Memphis, for a two* weeks vacation hi Florida. session and social hour at 7:30 p.m. ! side over the business sessions. Miss Miss Moss, who will marry Bob Heard Wylic. president of the Rice of West Point, Miss., chose for i Chlckasaw Blytheville 'chapter of the occasion a rose beige lace dress with which she wore brown accessories. The honorec was presented gifts in crystal. Recent Bride Honored Here Guest Honored At Party Here The home of Mr.s. C. t.. McWntcrs was the scene of an informal parly yesterday afternoon when she honored Mrs.Lelnnd ChntViRiii uf t-ou ville, Ky., who is the housegucst of Mrs. Matt Mormghnn. The guests who were entertained on the patio of her home, included several pirls who have recently returned home from school. Honoring R recent bride, Mrs. John Wesley Booker, Mrs. Dee Wade, Mrs. R. Brogdon, Mrs. Aclc Pritchard, and Mrs. Howard Smith entertained last nipht in the home of Mrs. H. H. Mnthcws with a ml.sccllnneous shower. Mns. Booker Is the, former Miss Lena Fay Thaxlon. During the evening, party game? wore nLayecl nnd the hostesses served assorted party .foocis. The hostesses presented the honorec with a corsage and a white .spread. Mrs. Tea ford Is Hostess to Club Uhilrtrcn of the American Colonists, ill nttpnrl. Mrs. J times D. Clark, president, Irs. J. C. Ellis, sl.nto chnplaln. will ttciicl Irotn the Chicknstiw Chap- cr. jii\ora. Guests for (he afternoon's entnr- ninmcnt included Mrs. John W. McDonald of Wichita, Knn., Mrs. Robert McHaney, Mrs. R. E. Green, and Mrs, Chris Thompkins, Jr. of Osccnla. Mrs. Gnrrard Cruidlll wns first place winner and Mrs. James C. Guard won second high. Mrs. Teaford served A dessert course. New Liberty WMU Has Elections Thursday Rook Club meeUs in thp home of Mrs, Neville Blakemore. Mr.s, James Rogers is hostess to GEO Bridge Club. Blythevilie Duplicate has weekly games. Bridg Al the Hospitals niytlievllle Dismissed: Eugene CJunlls, city. The newly-formed circles of the j bosies^es are Mrs. Women's Missionary Union of the - -' *•-•* ^ i ——•»« New Liberty Baptist Churrh met yesterday in the homes of members for the program, "Meet the Alaskans". Mrs. H. G. Wright wns hostess ID 12 members of Circle One with two guests. Mrs. T. S. Parker was elected circle chairman and Mrs. Vance Dixon was elected program chairman. Nine members of Circle Two met with Mrs. J. P. ilamcy and Mrs. Malcolm Koonre was elected chairman. Program chairman is Mrs. Orville M:Guire. Circle Three numbered 12 members and one gitest when they met In the home of Mrs. C. L. Blaylock, Mrs. Elmer Holmes and Mrs. Charley Hicks werft elected chairman of circle nnd program, respectively. It Is dangerous to overload clrc- rlc circuits. Don't plug too many npplinnces .such as grills or waffle rons into one icrcuit. Christian Church Women Meet Members of the Hope Group of the First Christian Church's Women's Fellowship met in the newly-furnlshnd Indies lounge st the church Monday with eight members present. Hostess for the occasion was Mrs. V. O. Miller and Mrs. Ben Harpole was progrnm leader. Instrumental music opened the program, "Jamaica is Not Lntin America," and Mrs. George Barham and Mrs. R. L- Oedmnn look parts on the program. Mrs. Dedman wore a Jamaican hat and Jewelry. Mrs. John McHnney was in 1 charge of Ihe worship service, "T Was Not Disobedient.." A brief business session was held and meeting was closed with Ihe missionary benediction. Members of the Love Group of the Fellowship met last night at the church with Mrs. Freeman Robinson a.s hostess and Mrs. Bon Harpole as R guest. Mrs. Robinson presided over the business session and Mrs. J. J. Morgan had charge of the pro* grain. "Modern Pauls." On program were Mrs. J. D. Davis, Mrs. Frances McHtmey, Mrs. J. McHaney, Mrs. J. P. Oarrott. and Mrs, Robinson. The missionary benediction \vas said to close the program. Following both meetings, a social hour was held when ab party foods were served by t h e hostesses. The monthly sUirty of the entire fellowship was conducted last week, in the home of Mrs. J. C. Ellis when 26 attended. was given, a chorus was formed. Methodists Have Program Meeting Members of the Wesley Memorial Marv Martha Class"o( First Bap- Methodist Church Women's Society *! of Christian Service met Monday with eight present. Mr.s. Jack Robertson, new president, presided. Group singing began the program and scripture reading by Mrs. J. K. Colemim further continued. list Church mect-s In the home of Mr.s. O. R. Redford on Armorel Roue* nt ^ p.m. for Annual Sunday School Dinner and Program. Co- J. M. Cleveland nd Mr.s. Florence Chambers. Friday Mrs. Russell .C. Fnrr entertains ucmbcrs of Friday Contract Club ,t 2 p.m. Men's -stag party at 7 p.m. with ufTet supper at. Country Club. Dorcas Class of Hie First Baptist Church has a 2:30 p.m. meeting at he church. Saturday The North Carolina-Oklahoma Sugar Bowl film will be shown at he Country Club at 9:15 p.m. tury White Conference on Children and Youth" was given by Mrs. J. N. Moody: and "If Children Cry" was given by Mrs. Vcrnon La- fariette. Mrs. Moody led closing prayer. Cycoiocystz CALEWfMl If you put vegetables into the re- rigerator as soon after purchasing as possible, you will reduce vitamin osses. Wash and dry the vegetaoies l before storing. Al ^CONDITIONEO IY REFRIGERATION GO1MS PROM OWE VEAR TO AUOTHER. IS ONIV LIKE CHAWGIN& T&/WS FDR. THE "&AME DESTINATION' Once you change to THOMPSON CREDIT JEWELER, yoti're all set for years In come. T h e friendly service and all around satisfac!h>n pl WHATEVER YOUR COOKING PURPOSE YOU'LL FIND UNSURPASSED/ LAST TIMES TODAY . .Joiner. Marvin-P.-K>le, city. Mrs. T. E. ' Turner and Manila. Walls Dismissed: Carole Butler, Reeves. Johnanna Dill, city. Mrs. J. D. Smith, city. Shirley Wells, Luxora. ALSO SHORTS One Cab's Family" and "Disaster Fighters" Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Mrs. Gene Teaford wtis hosles yostcrilay to member?; of the Tr,i Town Bridge Club sit her home nca Open Ii:,'i0 p.m. Show Starff ill Dnsk. 2 Shows Every Nile LAST TIMES TONITE Admission 5<)c 3-DAY SPECIA RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Joe Hamhy & Family Mr. & Mrs. Earl Buckley & Family Admission !tc & 30c At All Times Coupon Musi He Mailed licfore Midnight ' June 14th CITY REBUILT WED.-THURS. Double Feature THURSDAY & FRIDAY WED.-THURS. OLIVER TWIST" SINGER M-G-M'S DRAMA OF PRIMITIVE PASSIONS PORTABLE ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINE Robert Newton Alec Guinness FRIDAY MR. PEEK A BOO John Greenwood & Bourvil Paramount N'cws, Cartoon & Novelty Keel RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. KiWie Regenold Mr. & Mrs-M. \V. Adams & Family Air Conditioned By Refrigeration Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Photic 58 ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE " ' ' " ' ['hone Ifi2! Show Starts »NFW MOTOR -NEW SEW LIGHT •NEW OSRYING CASE • NEW 5-SPEED FOOT CONTROL Weekdays 7:00 p.m. Sal. *t Sun. 1:00 p.m. MAIL This Coupon Today WKD.-THURS. The Bushwhackers" THI;RS.-I*RI. Showing in Hlylhevillei LAST TIMES TONITE BUDDY NITE 2 Admitted for Price of One 69fi Madhon Avmur, .Memphis, Tcnn. 1 would likr a tree Home demonstration ol your lully guaranteed rebuilt Singer Sewing Machine at no obligation to me. EVELYK CHWDLER KEYIS'McNAUY "l l ilp:rim I'npeye" "Phony Cronies" Sen* SlMtlfk \Vayne Morris John Ireland FRIDAY GOBS & GALS" George & Bert Bernard • M R. T. D. *<MfCT«— Tlcux Sen lMt y- _ ^|

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