The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 5, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 5, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 195B - Society News — a Ann MallrtW SnfloHl P.rfitnr • PhoIH Miw Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. William Buckner Morgan Miss Nancy Ann Hughes Becomes BrideofWilliamBucknerMorgan A marriage of interest in Blytheviile and Memphis was solemnized this morning in Memphis when Miss Nancy Ann Hughes of Blytheviile and Memphis, became the bride of William Buckner Morgan of Memphis. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Ross Dillon Hughes and the late Mr. Hughes. Mr. Morgan is the sou of Mrs. John Talbert Morgan of Memphis and the late Mr. Morgan. The ceremony was read at Idlewild Presbyterian Church at 11 o'clock, with Dr. Paul Tudor Jones, pastor of the church, officiating. Floor baskets of white gladioli and white stock were used to form a setting for the wedding party. A program of prenuptial music was presented by Thomas H. Webber, Jr., organist, and Miss Sue Vandiver, soloist. Mr. Webber's selections included "Glair de Lune" by Debussy, "Madrigal" by Simonetti, and the duet from "Romeo and Juliet" by Tschaikqwsky.. The wedding march from "Lohengrin" by Wagner was used to herald the approach of the wedding party, and .during the service Mr, Webber softly played "O Perfect Love" by Barney, on the chimes. The recessional was the traditional wedding march from ''A Midsummer Night's Dream'' by Mendelssohn. Just before the ceremony Miss Vandiver sung "O Perfect Love" by Mal6tte. Brother Gives Bride The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Ross Dillon Hughes of Blytheviile. She wore a gown of bridal pink peau de sole, heavily appliqued with Alencon lace, which extended from the shoulders of the elongated bodice of the princess line frock, to a "V" cascade at the hemline in the back. Her shower bouquet was of pink lilacs. Miss Julie Worth Sprunt of Memphis and Wilmington, N. C., served business. 2.p. m. as maid of honor and only femi- Women of Presbyterian Church nine attendant. have board meeting. Her dress was of matching brid- TUESDAY i al pink peau de sole, fashioned Mildred Matthews Circle of i with a deep "V" neckline, an elon- TriniLy Baptist Church meeting j Rated bodice and a, very full skirt with Mrs. Carl Pate, 7:30 p.m. gathered at the hipline. Her bou- Sr. High Partent Teacher Asso- quet was of purple stock. elation has Executive Board meet- Gus Morgan of Memphis served ing, 2:30 p. m., followed by gene- his brother as best man, and ush- ral'meeting at 3 p. m. • | ors were Claude M. McCord, Jr. . La Petite Club meeting with Mrs. j and Claud Haverty, both of Mem- Coming Events SATURDAY University Club meets at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. SUNDAY Wedding of Miss Rosemary Monoghan to E. B. Ge, Jr., at 4 p.m at First. Baptist Church. MONDAY WM.U of First Baptist Church meets at church, 2 p. m. WSCS of First Methodist Church meets at church for 1 p. m. luncheon. Women of First Christian Church at church, 10:30 a. m. Members are asked to bring sack lunch. Annie. Armstrong Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meeting with M"I-P. Luther Robinson, 7:30 p.m. All day circles of Trinity Baptist Church meeting at the church for A. H. MacManus Charlevoix Chapter of DAR meets at Hotel Noble. Hostesses are Mrs. F. B. Joyner, Mrs. C, F. Tucker and Mrs. Ruth Eleanor AfTlick. Tuesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Octave Club meets with Mrs. Garth Castlio. Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe entertains GIB Bridge Club. Country Club Bridge League meets. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. G. G. Caudill. PS Bridge Club meets with Mrs. John Prather. Mrs. W. E. Cherry TLE Bridge Club. ,. Wednesday Bridge Club meets j m tviih Mrs. John Prather. Town and Country Club meets with Mrs. G. G. Caudill. NGW Club meets with . Mrs. Hurry Grimes, Jr., 620 E. Cherry THURSDAY phis. Reception Given Immediately following the cere niony a reception was given by the bride's mother at the Tennessee Club, and later in the day the couple left for a wedding trip to Mexico City and Acapulco. For traveling the bride chose a blue, worsted suit with white linen trim and navy accessories. Mrs. Morgan is the granddiiugh- ter of Mrs. Thomas J. Mahan of Blytlioville and the .laic Mr. Mahin, and the Intc Mr. and Mrs. William Strong Hughes of H'U'tiPS Ark. . She attended Goucher Colloyc Bits of News l Events for Miss Monaghan Continued with Brunch Continuing the series of social events which have been liven prior to the marriage of Miss Rosemary Monaghan and Jverett Bearce Gee, Jr., was a brunch given this morning at the Country Club by Mrs. John E. Regenold. Laura Alice Hemby and Jo Alice McGuire have been named house managers of the University ot Arkansas Girl's 4-H House. Miss Hemby, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs .J. Hemby, is also a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, scholastic honor society. Both she and Miss McGuire are members of the Agri Students Association and Association of Women Students. Miss Hemby won the 4-H House award while a freshman. Miss McQuire, ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene p. McGuire, was Agri Queen last year at the University. Mr. and Mrs. J. Neal Gesell spent Thursday in Jonesboro. Miss Shirley King arrived today to be the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher King. She has as her guest Miss Ann Tyler, of Harrison. Miss Willie Nebhut has been admitted to Ghickasawba Hospital for treatment. Ann and Charles Crigger, children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr.. are both ill of a virus infection at their home, 801 West Walnut. Drs. Cnrl and Edna Nies had as their guests Thuisaay, Dr. Mary Davis of Memphis and Earl Purdy of Senatobia, Miss.. Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Human and three children, who have been living at 2116 Kenwood Drive, moved today to their new home at 100 Crescent Drive. Miss Millie Ann Mallory left yeS' terday for St. Louis to spend 10 days as a guest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cook have returned from a five-week vacation trip to Chapel Hill, N.C.. where they spent 10 days with their daughter, Mrs. Robert Holt and family, and to Hollywood, Pla.. where they were guests of their daughters. Mrs. Earl Stabler and family, and Mrs. Richard Justinger and Mr. Justinger. While in Florida they also attended the Moto- rama in Miami and visited places of interest in southern Florida. Mrs. W. N. Stanton has returned home after an extended visit with relatives in Kansas City and Eldorado. Kans. Martin Moore, a student at Ole Miss, Oxford, is spending the weekend ns guest of his parents. Britt Owens, who attends Ole Miss at Oxford, Miss., arrived yesterday to spend the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Owens. He was accompanied home by two of his fraternity brothers, James and Bill Stockman of Aberdeen. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush have ns their guest for .several days, Mrs Fred Bush of Dandridge. Tenn., entertains' ^ or Women in Baltimore. Mr]., rind I was graduated from Southwestern Y.W.A. of Trinity Baptist Church meeting at church for Mission Study, with members of Huffman, Clear Lake and First Baptist Church meeting with them, 7 p. m. Ladies Day at Country Culb. Mld-Week Club meets with Mrs. H . H. Houchins. Mrs. S. E. Torjusen entertains Chlllion Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Mrs. Johnson Blackwell enter- tanis GEO Club. Kibitzer Club meet* with Mrs. Alex Curtis. FRIDAY Mrs. W. L. Whlttaker entertaining Friday Contract Club. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. Memphis, where she was i member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She later attended Kather- tne Gibbs School in New York City Mr. Morgan, the grandson of the late Judge and Mrs. Alfred H. Benners of Birmingham, Ala., and the late Mr .and Mrs. D. H. Mor- MOVING? Local or Long Distance CALL 3-8928 Beckhom Moving & Storagt Co. MO N. Second NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES] AGENT Kim of Roanokc. Va., attended Washington & Lee University and was graduated from Southwestern in Memphis, where he was a member of Kappa Sigmn. He served in the United States Navy during World War II when he held the rank of lieutenant commander. .Mr. and Mrs. Morgan will make their home in Memphis. Dorcas Class Entertained In Slwuse Home Miss Tressie Allen and Mrs. E. E. Alexander were hostesses yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. W. Shouse, to members of the members of the Dorcas Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church. Mrs. M. W. Lewis presided over the meeting, and opening prayer was offered by Mrs. C. S. Lemons'. The devotional, given by Mrs. O. R. Redford, was on the topic "Power of Spiritual Vision." A heading was given by Mrs. Theodore Logan, and the closing prayer by Mrs. E. E. Stevens. During the social hour the hostesses served refreshments to the 22 members present. Sew-Easy Border Print By Sue Burnett The Santa Gertrtldis breed of cattle was developed by mating Shorthorn cows with Brahman bulls. This attractive vlnssic casual goes together easily and quickly, is so fresh and youthful in a colorful border print, or solid. Pattern No. 8968 is in sizes, 12 H, 16, 18, 20; 40. 42. Size 14, border print, 4'j yards of 35 or 39-inch. For this pnttren, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM' HER to Sue Burnett, Blythevllle Courier News. 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Include an additional 25 cents with your pattern order for the lastest issue of our pattern catalog. Basic FASHION. The spring &summer '55 issue is filled with smart, sew-easy styles. JESUS SAVES and HEALS Attend CHURCH of GOD 20th and Cherry Acts: 20-28; Cnrlnthlnns: 1-2; Giladnni: 1-1J Fundamental in Belief — Pentecostal Emphasis L. A. Holt—Pastor, Ph. 3-f.OflS At The Hospitals lilytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Elmer Henson, city Mrs. Arnold Jones, Cooler, Mo. Bobby French, city Mrs. Matt Scruggs, city Ray Cassidy, Huffman Ralph Cassidy, Huffman Gary Lynn Cruse, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Betty Wright, city Gene Poole, Jr.. city Ann Crigger, city Raymond Talley, city Mrs. Bessie shook, city Mrs. Earle Samford, Steele, Mo. J. B. Grissom, city Mrs. F. N. Craig and baby, city Mrs. John Geissman and baby, City Talmadge Huey. city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Esther Gillespie. Rt. 1 Lucinda Jenkins, Rt. 2 Mrs. Minnie Martin, Manila This party was for the feminine members, reception assistants and out-of-town guests here for the wedding. "Good Luck" was the theme of the brunch when gold horseshoes studded with glittering sequins formed a sunburst arrangement at the end of the horseshoe shaped table. Centering this arrangement was a large horseshoe centered with the-couple's picture. Gold containers of red rosebuds between golden shoes formed the centerpieces. Placecards were the shoes with miniature red rosebud corsages backed with maline attached to each. The rosebuds were used' to depict the "I Love You" theme. Miss Monaghan wore for the occasion a red silk shantung dress dotted with white and featuring a high princess waistline and full skirt which was worn over a horsehair petticoat. She was presented a corsage of gold carnations and gold leaves, and a gift of linen from her hostess. Mrs. Regenold was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. E. M. Regenold and Mrs. R. H. Kirby. Out of town guests present included Miss Pat White of Fayetteville, Miss Jan Wilbourn of Paragould, Miss Blanche Lambert, Mrs. William Bracey of Nashville, Tenn., and Mrs. Ira Jones of Fort Smith. who arrived today. Mrs. Clyde A. Andrews and daughter. Tommie, of Marianna, arrived today to spend .the weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and daughter, Miss Maureen Morris, They are coming especially to attend the Monaghan-G'ee wedding tomorrow afternoon at First Baptist Church. W. J. Pollard and Rosco Crafton aie spending two days in Little Rock on business. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns had as their overnight guests last night, their daughter. Mrs. Jack O'Keefe, Mr. O'Keefe and daughter, Darian, of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. O'Keefe and Darian left this morning for Catron. Mo., to spend the weekend with Mrs. O'Keefe's sister, Mrs. David Barton and family. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission loo & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature ROD CAMERON_in\ Read Courier News Classified Ads. 'Ladies Day' To Be Held At Country Club The monthly Guest Day given by Ladies of the Country Club will be held Thursday with Mrs. O. W. McCutchen chairman of the Hostess Cmmittee. Members may bi'ing guests for the luncheon at 1 o'clock, to be followed by bridge and canasta games for those who want to play. Prizes wilt be awarded. Players will be available to make up tables, so it will not be necessary to plan an entire table of players. Out of town members are asked (o please contact the club hostess, Mrs. William H. Caldwell, for reservations. Mrs. Everett Is Hostess To Trinity YWA Mrs. Launa Everett was hostess Thursday night at her home to 18 members and one guest of the Lottie Moon YWA of Trinity Baptist Church. After repeating the watchword, the group heard a prayer offered by Miss Fran Carter. Participating on the program were Miss Geraldine Hinton, Miss Carter, Miss Marcella Ray, Miss Alberta Sadler and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Closing prayer was given by Mrs. Everett and the business portion of the meeting was in charge of Miss Clara Sue Ray. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 and 4 p.m. for Rllz & Rosy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature —AND— naaudMsrmnn Released Thru United Artist! PLUS CARTOON "NO IPS" SUN. »MON. •TUE5. Serin) "Buffalo Bill" No. 4 And Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature AMAZING ACVENTURI! UW* hCTWi JilNA - •NTUREft UWM~ . IU*T WHY* jl OMN.SUtUVAN.!MNOO-~<Si«* t) M«M Y.MTVW VITtI vd IKHJID Mint id by 1MOH (ONQ • OiiKlld t> CXJfl l>t«l The Wonderful Story of THREE SAILORS ON LEAVE ...THREE GIRLS IN LOVE ... and Five little Orphans in Trouble! TONYQIRTiS ....... qlORiADE HAVEN 11 " QENE NELSON CORiNNE CALVET PAULQilBERT , ... MARA CORDAY •Milt UNIVIKI Of !««' 'Mill U.l.i.O* 1(14* CHIISTIANI MAKTtl'MYSNA HANSEN 1MJ M . 00»r 1 1* ll! (S I !• \5«l 1 (HI • I JPAR. NEWS & CARTOON "GRIN AND BEAR IT" —AND— METRO NEWS Coming Soon to Ritz Theatre • THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS —ALSO— March 9-10-11 • CARMEN JONES PEO Chapter Here Celebrates 19th Anniversary The 19th birthday anniversary of Chapter N, P.E.O. Sisterhood, was celebrated yesterday when chapter members met at the home of Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. The afternoon's program on the theme "Long. Long Ago" was pre T sented by Mrs. W. it. Horner, and Mrs. Chester Caldwell presided over the business session. Mrs. Cunningham, who served refreshments of cake and coffee to her guests, used yellow daffodills to decorate her entertaining rooms. Friday Contract Club Entertained By Mrs. Stout Mrs. R. B. Stout entertained members of the Friday Contract Club nnd one guest, Mrs. Rupert Craf. ton yesterday afternoon at her home on ChickasRWDa Avenue. Mrs. Doyle Henderson was hl«h score prize winner, and also won the bridgo prize, with Mr«. Lot Welch winning second high. A silver bowl filled .with daffe- dills and other Spring flowers, centered the dining table from which Mrs. Stout served ner guests a dessert course. mr/7 THEATRE Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p. m.—Sat, & Sun. 1:00 p. m. Saturday-Double Feature —AND— WILLIAM ELLIOTT VERA RALSTON ALSO n.t.m_ _ CARTOON & SERIAL SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature THEY FOUGHT LIKE SLEEK JUNGLE CATS! / LA * """""I! ><"• <•<">• Ik* !»nal. j »/ i 'hoi Iheu moll pt.moral milmclll I Actually filmed by M-G-M on safari in Africa . . . amid authentic icenei of unrivaled tavagery and owe inspiring iplendorl MO6AMBO r ' ' t i t i M-G-M oresents IT MEANS "THE CREATESTI" COLOR Of TECHNICOLOR CLARK """" AVA GABLE-GARDNER ...GRACE KELLY Oirenert b7 Produced by _AN D — ALSO CARTOON Watch for these Cinemascope Pictures Coming Soon to Mox! • Th« Advtnturei of Haija Baba • D«tir«« • Three Coins in the Fountain • Black Widow • And Many, Many Other*! 1

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