The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 28, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 28, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1958 - Society News -. » Ann Mallnrv Sncietv Editor * PhoiH Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elliott Vows Exchanged at Church By Jack Elliott, Miss Noe Miss Mary Noe became the bride of Jack Elliott in a double ring ceremony solemnized at the First Christian Church yesterday afternoon at 4 p. m. The Rev. James W. Rainwater* officiated at the ceremony. Miss Noe is the daughter of Mrs. Rilla Noe of St. Louis and W. J. Noe of Doniphan, Mp. Mr. Elliott is the son of Mrs. Matt Scruggs of Blythevllle and Oscar Elliott of Memphis. Wearing a smoked pink crystal cloth dress made princess style with scopped neckline and bouffant skirt and a self-made pill box hat of the same material, Mrs, James Vest served Miss Noe as matron of honor. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink carnations backed with blue lacelon and blue satin streamers. Blue fluffs were interspersed In the flowers. Miss Noe wore for her marriage an Ice blue satin princess dress with scooped neckline and long sleeves coming to a point at her fingertips. She also wore a pill box hat with eye-brow veil of matching material. She carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid nestled in white mallne and white and stiver satin ribbon. Mrs. Scruggs wore for her son's marriage a lavender suit with beaded trim and navy accessories. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kolwyck where Miss Noe made her home. The bride's table was overlaid with an i.nported white linen cloth and centered with n three-Mred wedding cake which was encircled with white carnations and fern. Blue tapers in crystal holders flanked the cake. Presiding at the table were Mrs. C. D. Klene and Mrs. Ruth Becker. The couple left on a wedding trip, the bride wearing her wed- NEW BRIDE — Miss Joyce Sis- oo of Osceola became the bride of Charles McFarland in a ceremony solemnized in Osceola Saturday night. (Photo by D. P. Trails) ding dress and a navy blue coat lined with material to match her dress and navy accessories. She pinned the orchid from her Bible at her shoulder. Mrs. Elliott will make her home in Blytheville and Mr. Eliott will resume his studies at the University of Mississippi, Oxford, Miss Out-of-town guests here for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bob Elliott of West Helena, Ark. Altrusa Club to Assist With Organization of Sewer District Altrusa Club met in the Canary Room of Hotel Noble last night for a dinner-business meeting. There were 11 members present. Mrs. Clara Martin presided OCVT.J.—_ the business session when plans were made to assist in the Mothers March on Polio campaign and teams v.ere appointed to help in the organization of the southern sewer 1m- provement district. Team One is composed of Mrs. Betty Rlales, Mrs. Charlie Johnson, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Virginia Dn- vis. This team will work on Sunday. Mrs. Annabell Pill, Mrs. Artie Blankenship, Mrs. Nell Gordon and Mrs.. Gertrude Holiman will work on Saturday as Team Two. Team Three, winch will work Tuesday, is composed of Mrs. Ben Mays. Mrs. Evelyn Cupples, Mrs. Lucian Gaines and Mrs. BLankenship, • Working on Wednesday will be Team Four. They are Mrs. Josephine Rolllson, Mrs. Martin, Miss Georgia Stuart and Mrs. Gordon. A program on Altrusa information was presented following the, business session by Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Gordon and Mrs. Gaines. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs.' Oliver Fisher, Steels Mrs. J. B. Brenta and baby, city Chlckasawlw Hospital Dismissed: Michael Parrlsh, city Mrs. Julia Julian, city James Vest, city Wllllnm O'Neal, city Wills HosplUI Dismissed: Mary Ann Hurt, cltj Inci Mason, Oobler • Baby DelU May Erving, Minlla Dorothy Johnsoil, city Mrs. E. A. Mostfrs, Manil» Has Meeting In Roach Home Esther Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. J. T. Roach List night with :o members present. Mrs. James Roy opened the meet- Ing with prayer and Mrs. Roach presided over the meeting. The devotional was given by Mrs. Q. O. Alexander and Mrs. Zotillne Powell dismissed the group with prayer. In the social hour, refreshments were served by the hostess. Bridge Party Compliments Miss Monaghan .Miss Rosemary Monaghan was again complimented last night when Misses Nita Rose Hall, Sally Trieschmann and Donna Sue Gore and Mrs. Bob Blodgett entertained with a dessert-bridge at the home of Miss Trieschmann. Pink, yellow and white snapdragons were used in the entertaining rooms with tallies carrying out the same colors. v Miss Monaghan, who was presented a white carnation corsage and automatic French fryer from her hostesses, wore a grey wool dress trimmed with white collar and cuffs. Bridge winners were Miss Barbara Taylor, high, Mrs. Charles Crigger, II, second high, Mrs. Ben Vinyard of Cape Girardeau, low and Miss Betty Ann Harber, brid- go. Mrs. Matt Monaghan, mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. •£. B. Gee, mother of the groom-elect, and Mrs. Vinyard, sister of Mr. E. B. Gee, Sr., were special guests. Bits of News er4 ona t Miss Doris Bean will arrive home this afternoon from the University of Mississippi, to spend the semester holidays with her mother, Mrs. Fred Bean. She motored home with Miss Jane Penny of Maiden and Miss Mary Lou Edwards of New Madrid. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Peterson of South Pasadena, Calif., announce the birth of a daughter Monday. Mr. Peterson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Peterson of BlyLheviLle. Mi-, and Mrs. P. H. Juhl of Petersburg, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mounce and daughter, Marta, of Havana, 111., who are enroute to Florida for a six-week vacation will be the overnight guests of Drs. 'Carl and Edna Nies tonight. Mrs. Juhl is a sister of Dr. Carl Nles and Mrs. Mounce is his niece. Miss Emadel Swearengen, a student at Stephens College and Calvin Czeschin, a student at University of Missouri, will arrive home tomorrow to spend the semester holidays with their parents. Mrs. C. W. Ramey has spent the past several days in Conway visiting Mrs. Alfred Todd Gray. Mrs. Paul Byrum, Mrs. O. O. Elkins, Mrs. E. R. Jackson, Mrs. Roy Head and Mrs. Rob Copeland are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Bob Blodgett will arrive home tomorrow from Fort Smith, Ark., where she has spent the past several months with her husband, Pvt. Blodget, who has been stationed at Camp Chaffee. Pvt. Blodgett, is being transferred to Camp Kilmer. N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Derrell Young of Torrance, Calif., former residents, announce the birth of a daughter Wednesday. The baby, who has a sister, Vicki Diane, has been named Ten Lynn. Mrs. Young is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Humphrey of Blytheville. Fred Fleeman, who has been receiving treatment for back injuries at Campbell's Clinic, is now at his home on 423 Madison. Condition of Mrs. Jess Johnson who has been a patient in Walls Hospital for the past seeral weeks is reported to be unchanged. Le Nueve Bridge lub Has Meeting In Green Home Ln ; Nueve Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. R. E. Green yesterday. She had as guests Mrs. Ben Harpole and Mrs. Coleman Stevens of Oscecla. Mrs. Leonard Qlriham won high in the games. Mrs. Ben Mac White won second high and bridgo was awarded Mrs. Lynn Hughes. A dessert course preceded the games. Mrs. Gill Guest of -hi I lion Club Mrs. L. O. Gill was a guest yesterday when the Cliiljlon Club met at the home of Mrs. O. O. Elkins. Winners in the games were Mrs. Mike Meroney, high, Mrs. Gill, second high, and Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth, third. x A salad course was served by the rostess at the conclusion of the games. CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! *; 2 Hour Service or) laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and panls finished when requested.) Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service S . JI L 'LAUNDRY-CLEANERS ,'.«« EXCHANGE Vow« — Shown cutting their wedding cake following their marriage at the Cole Ridge Baptist Church Monday night are Airman 1/c and Mrs. Billy F. Garner. Mrs. Garner was before her marriage Miss Peggy Lynn Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Young. Airman Garner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Garner. Billy Garner, Miss Young Wed at Cole Ridge Church Jn a ceremony performed Monday night at 9 p. m. .at Cole Ridge Baptist Church, Miss Peggy Lynn Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Young became the bride of Airman 1/c Billy F. Garner, son of Mr. and R. C. Garner. The Rev. Morris McOuire officiated at the ceremony. Baskets of white gladioli and carnations and tapers'in wrought iron candelabra formed the background for the wedding party. Mrs. Hilton Stevenson, wearing a blue suit, and Miss Mable Crook, wearing a light blue dress, presented nuptial music. They both were presented white carnation corsages. Mrs. Stevenson's selections included the traditional wedding marches and Miss Crook's selections included "I Love You Truly." Mrs. Betty Sue Payne served Miss Young as matron of honor. She wore a blue suit and pinned a white carnation corsage at her shoulder. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a navy blue suit with white accessories and carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid set in a nest of maline and satin streamers. James Crossicno served Mr. Garner as best man. Mrs. Young wore for her daughter's marriage a rose shantung dress with black accessories and a white carnation corsage. The groom's mother chose 'a grey dress with matching accessories and also wore a carnation corsage. Following the ceremony a recep- Miss Huffman Entertains GEO Bridge Club Miss Jettye Claire Huffman entertained the GEO Club at her home last night. Mrs. Harold Nunn was a guest of the group. Bridge winners were Mrs. Frank Sony, high, Mrs. Harold Davis, second high, and Mrs. Joe McHaney. bridgo. A dessert course was served during the evening by the hostess. Coming Events FRIDAY LHE Club meets with Mrs. Harvey Dorris, 7:30 p.m. S.lTUIiMY Duplicate Bridge League meets. DREIFUS Meet DrctfiiK , . , Wear Diamonds ;fl(> W. Main St. tion was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride's table Was overlaid wilh a white Unen cloth and centered w,ith a four-tiered wedding cake. Topping the cake was a miniature bride and groom. Those presiding at the table were Misses Rosernma Childers, Margaret Palmer and Mary Ruth Austin. Mrs. Garner will make her home with her parents until completion of her senior year at Burdette High School where she is a member of the glee club and 4-H Club. Mr. Garner is now home on furlough and from here he will report to Blloxi, Miss., where he will be stationed for the next six months. NEW CLUB OFFICERS — At the organlzation- aMuncheon meeting of the Corps of Engineers Woman's Club yesterday the above officers were elected. They are (left to right) Mrs. Dick Bednar, treasurer; Mrs, Jerry Hord, president; Mrs. Everett Clark, vice-president, and Mrs. John Prather, secretary. (Courier News Photo) Corps of Engineers Woman's Club Organized at Rustic Inn At a.luncheon at Rustic Inn yesterday a new qlub was organized to be called the Corps of Engineers Woman's Club. This club will meet every third Thursday of each month and it's object is "To promote fellowship among its members and to partici- aate in civic and charitable movements." Officers elected to serve were Mrs. Jerry Hord. president; Mrs. Everett lark, vice-president; Mrs. John Prather, secretary, and Mrs. Dick Bednar, treasurer. Luncheon was served from a T- shape table with the head table being centered with,a large styro- foam heart studded win red carna- ions and laced win red lacelon. A large arrow pierced this heart. Extending the length of the tables were red streamers dotted with THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville '== Phone 3-4B21' Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m.. Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature ALSO CARTOON JOHN F::.} SATU RDAY Double Feature , _AND— VICTOR M4AGUN 808IS KABLOfF WJUACE FORD » * Q REGINALD DENNY ^CALIFORNIA! OUTPOST BI t*itd hM BD las wans » BEPUBUC PICIUHE ALSO CARTOON & SERIAL HUMIfiGlWI HARIfORO pnnnti JAMES MASON SATURDAY OWL SHOW ALSO CARTOON & SERIAL SHARED SS233 UB&f.Si SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature war STIUJKC mr coma ,,4 1,1 — AND— M-G-M's DIFFERENT DRAMA! TENNESSEE CHAMP SHELLEY WINTERS -^MARTIN 1,, PAUU UE-A UNMRSSI nmmuraui. TORE. ALSO CARTOON It's Coming Soon small hearts. On the end of each table was a styrofoam heart encircled with red lacelon and holding carnations and white pom- WhittonWSCS Conducts Meeting Whitton Methodist Church Women's Society of Christian Service met at the home of Mrs. Pete Bui- lard Monday. Eighteen members Chrysanthemums Decorate Home Of Mrs. White Chrysanthemums were used to decorate the home of Mrs. Johnny Whi'c when she entertained the Kibitzer Club with a dessert bridge. Guests were Mrs. Bob Dyess of Luxora, Mrs. Charles Crigger, in. and Mrs. W. M. Jontz. Mrs. Harry A. Haines • and Mrs. Charles Afflick were club winners and Mrs. Crigger won guest high. were present. Mrs. Cletus Tacker was in charge of the program, and In the business session plans were made for money projects. In the social hour refreshment* of punch and cookies were served. Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY BIG AS THE OCEAN I THE Q/UWE MUTINY HOHPHRHBODIlilT: JOSE FERRER-VAN JOHNSON •fREttH.tHDRRSy M,«K»I ROBERT FRANCIS • MAT WYHN • u«* TECHKICOIOR • tSn' PLUS PARAMOUNT NEWS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature WI.LD BILL ELLIOTT HUEO AfillSTS CARTOON "PRIVATE EYE POPEYE" •1311 • TUES. HURRY, HURRY, HURRY! 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