The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 4, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER VIEWS MONDAY, APR!, 4. 1MB - Society News - B Ann Mnllnrv. Societv Editor • Phor Millie Ann Maliory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. James Cecil Lowe, II James Cecil Lowe II Claims Hand Of Miss Keim in Ceremony Saturday evening at the First Presbyterian Church of Belleville, 111., Miss Margaret Ann Keim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Robert Keim, became the bride or James Cecil Lowe, II, of SI Louis and Blytheville, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cecil Lowe of Blytheville. The double ring ceremony was performed before nn altnr illuminated with candlelight and -banked with flowers. Dr. Frank L. Eversull, pnstor of the church, officiated. Flowers used for the wedding were rpses, snapdragons, stock and carnations. White tapers were in white candelabra adorned with pale pink bows and greenery. Preceding the ceremony nn organ recital was presented by Miss Viola Niess, who also played soft music throughout the wedding. "T Love Thee," by Grieg, was the selection of Miss Joan Diller, soloist. Miss Doris Niklfch of Belleville, wiio was attired In n pale pink ballerina length (town with fl camisole top made of heavy Ince over silk taffeta, served ns maid of honor. Tlic cumberbund waist of her gown was gathfM'tMl and the boul- funt silk laffehi skh'L wn.s worn over hoops. Her accessories Included a headband of pale pink silk taffeta edged with seed pearls, pnle pink slippers and Rlovrs nnri slnKle slrnn« of pcarlB and pearl arrings, a gift of the bride. She carried a bouquet of cerise and pale pink roses. The bridesmaids, who were dressed identical to the maid of uonor, and carried bouquets of cerise roses, were Miss Marge Burger of Waukegan. 111,. Miss Alice Magos, WilmcUe, 111., ami Miss Helen Marie Gross of Springfield, HI. AH the feminine attendants in ,he wedding were college friends of the bride. Laura Kay Hamper served as flower girl. She wore a miniature dress identical to the other at- ;endnnlR and carried a colonial bouquet of pale pink roses, Father Glvefc Brltle The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white mported silk fashioned with princess lines that fell into a voluminous skirt and sweeping chapel train. Graceful folds of silk panels accented either side of her The bodice, back, and short bridal sleeves, formed by imported, hand | clipped lace, were encrusted with dainty pearls and pallctles. ! The hand-rolled double veil was | icld in place by a high princess crown of lace, complemented ay \ pearl droplets and pearl embroid-i cry. Her mitts wore of silk and her only ornaments were a pearl necklace and matching earrings, a gift of the groom. She carried a colonial bouquet with a cascade of white roses and white orchids. The center of the bouquet was formed with a corsage oi pink-throated white orchids. Mr. Lowe served his son as best man and groomsmen were QiinnLin Lchmann, Liberty ville. Ill,, Kenneth Kappiihahn, Madison, S. Dak., and Harold Kclch, Lancaster. O. All were medical fraternity broth- era of the groom. Leonard Hitter and Frederick Kunze of Belleville served as ushers find candlellghtcr was Jerry Lowe, brother of the groom. The bride's mother wore for the wedding a cocklall length dress of deep blue Ince complemented by matching accessories. Mrs. Lowe wore for her son's wedding a cocktail length dress of wedgewoocl blue silk taffeta, which featured n heart-shaped neckline encrusted with seed pearls anil n sheath .skirt She wore complementing accessories. Both mothers wore covsngcs gf pink-throated white orchids. HcrcjXinii IMd A reception was held Immediately following the ceremony in the Mural Room of Hotel Belleville. The bride's table was centered with [he traditional wedding cake which WHS encircled with pink and Mrs. Rokson Winner of Six-Week Series* Mrs- Jim Holes™ was the winner of Hie. Duplicate Bridge League six-week series which was concluded with a jjlx-table Howell movement Saturday. She had a percentage ol 60. Mrs. B. A. Lynch was second place winner with W).3 percent, Mrs. Foy EWhiesun was third with 59.1 and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins won fourth place with 58.3. Saturday's winners were Mrs. Ocnn Atkinson and Mrs. Etchieson, Una with 61 points; Mm. Arnold Miller and Mrs. BOM Moore, MC- ond with 60'.-; points, and Mr». Rui- tell Phillips and Mr«. Rolsson, third with 59 points, There will be no Duplicate Bridge League games conducted thli week. On Thursday, April H, a. ma«ter- polnt game will be played. Mrs. Alexander Entertains With Dessert- Bridge Mrs. Spencer Alexander entertained with a dessert-bridge Friday afternoon ftt the homo of her mother, Mrs, Edgar ' Borum, on Holly street. Gladioli, asters and Jonquils were used in the entertaining rooms. High 'scoie prizes were won by Mrs. Lynn Hughes find Mrs. Eddie Saliba. Mrs. William S. Rader won brlcigo. Mrs. Robert Pierce from Leach- vllle was an out-of-town guest. white flowers. Planking the cake wove white Uxpcrs. To further carry out the pink and white color scheme, bouquets in those colors were placed, about the reception room. Wearing pastel cocktail dresses, Miss Marcln .Mutiring and Miss Rasnnne lUv.ny of Belleville, Miss Rachel Roth of Hlbblng. Minn., mid Miss Margaret Taylor presided at the table. For traveling, the bride wore n navy blue suit with white accessories and pinned the corsage from her bouquet tit her shoulder. Thn cnuplo.will make their home :it 7(}5 West wood Drive, Clayton, Mo., until the completion of their studies next yenr at Washington University. Those from here attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon, grandparents of the groom, and Mrs. W. T. Burnett, aunt of the groom. Others attending' were Mrs. W. F. Cooley and daughter, Carol, fintrsan, David, of Russellville, Mrs. Pan! Luster of Osceola, and Mrs. Thomas McGarrity ol Memphis, all are aunts of the groom. Bits of News Wlo*tlu LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY PRESENTS SECOND ANNUAL Childrens Portrait Contest April 5 thru April 16 $ 256 00 IN PRIZES! First Prixe* ***" x ~"' i )orlr:i " fn I |PRV >' oils, suitably framed from our selection value SeCOnd Priie: 16" x 20" portrait In ait value $ 30 Third Prize: ir .\- it" portrait in oil value $ 16 10 Other Prizes* u " x !4 " blark Hnd "' hlle Iuir ' cim ' traits value -p I I U TO ENTER 1. Bring ,vmtr child Into our stu- posr "ill be pnlorpil In the dlo between t h p dates of cmilcsl. April 5 through April 16 tor FREE CONTEST SITTINGS. 3 ' <*S C « r "»l' r " r " lis ''""I" 1 "'III be 4 months to fi years. 2. \\'t will photograph your child 4. Vou arc not required to order in several carefully planned any pictures. poses. Your choice of the best lit \- METHOD OF JUDGING I. Each parent will be flven > ballot with provision for first, second and third choice. 1. Contest pictures will be on exhibit May. Iti-21. The public Is invited lo view these portraits, but only parents of the entrants may vote. 3. Winners will be announced May 25. IMetureit above is Kosannr Autrv. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Autry. Jr. of Blythrvllle. Remember ... it costs you absolutely nothing to enter this contest. Lee Bearden Photography Dial 3-8666 CHILD ART STUDIO 419 W. Main Mr. and Mrs. Montell Gracy ami son, James Allen, and Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Goodman were in Memphis yesterday to attend the baseball game betw.een the New York Yankees and Memphis Chicks. 'iTiose in Maury City, Tenn., yesterday to attend funeral services for Mrs. John Nance were Tom Nance, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor, Mrs. W. W. Austin, Mrs. Damon McLeod, Mrs. Buford Cooley and Miss Ellen Moore. M /Sgt. and Mrs. Woodrow L, Newman and children of Denver, Colo., arc visiting Mrs, Lee Moore, Miss Ellen Moore and Mrs. Fannie Newman, Mr. and Mr«. Jim Roleson and son spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell ;i nd children were in Memphis yesterday for the opening of the new public library. Mrs. McDowell's father, Jesse Cunningham, is librarian. Condition of J, W .Maloney, who has been undergoing treatment at Blythcville Hospital for a virus infection, is reported to be improved. Connie Shrayzer of Dallas, Tefc., granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.' C. Fleeman of Manila, spent the weekend here visiting Mrs. Robert Klllian. Lt. and Mrs. Woody Townsend, who have been stationed at Waco, Tex., and are being transferred to Robbins Air Force Base, Ga., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Townsend, in Manila. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Redman and Mrs. W. 8. Johnston were in Memphis last night to attend the Fred Waring show. Among those in Memphis yesterday lo attend the New York Yankees-Memphis Chicle baseball Kame were Charles Moore, Jim Bedwell. Fred 3. Saliba, Joe Pride, O. W. Coppedge and Paul Human. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Woodard nnd daughter, Mary Jnnet, who were enroute to their home in St. Louis from a vacation spent In Ennis. Tex., were the weekend guests of Mrs. Woodard's sister, Mrs. R, V. Mallory, Mr. Maliory and daughters. Yesterday the two families were in Risco, Mo., to visit another sister, Mrs. Gaston Brown, and family, Mrs. F. E. Scolt, who underwent surgery at Campbell's Clinic in Memphis, is now al her home on Coming Events MONDAY Altar Society of Immaculate Conception Church meeting In school hall. 8 p. m. Mildred Matthew »nd Marion Cook Circles meeting at church, t 7:30 p.m. Woman's Auxiliary ot St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meeting at the Parish House, 8 p.m. TUESDAY Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. .Bill Lowe, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Max O. Usrey entertains La Petite Club. NN Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Tommy Weslbrook Country Club Bridge League meeting. Mrs. William Beir entertaining Octave Club. Eastside Garden Club meeting with Mrs Iverson Morris, 2 p.m. WEDNESD. Y Mrs. Herb Rhodes entertaining PS Bridge Club. TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. NGW Club meeting with Mrs. William Harrison, 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY .Clear Lake Baptist Church WMU meeting at the home of Mrs. Cecil Mann, 2 p.m. Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Mrs. Grace Caldwell, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meet- IATUMAT . Duplicate Bridge Uacut m**M Ing. •U.NDAT Easter Sunrise ServtOM at »Ur- vue Drive-In at 6:30 i.m. MOVING? Local or Lon( DisUnM CALL 3-8928 Btckbam Moving & Storage Co. 900 Second Korth Highway 61, hut i« unable to be out. Mr. and Mrs. .A H. Webb and children spent yesterday in Cape Girardeau visiting relatives. Mrs. Sue Prances Is in Little Rock attending a state board meeting of beauticians. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds and Misses Rae Lavonna and Jerri Ann Cohoon spent yesterday in Sikeston. Mr. and Mrs, Keith Bilbrey and sons were In Memphis yesterday to attend the baseball game. Mrs. Stella Vollmer of Memphis was the weekend guest of her sister. Mrs. Donna Wunderlich. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh . Smith of Osceola visited Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Miller yesterday. Condition of Mrs. Cecil Lusk. who underwent major surgery at Baptist Hospital in Memphis Wednesday, Is reported to be satisfactory She is in Room G01A. Mrs. R. B. Logan, Jr., of. Charleston. Mo., left this morning j for her home after spending the xveekend here with her mother, Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn. Miss Sally McCuteclien spent the weekend in Osceola visiting Miss Betty Clair Bowles. Mrs, William sheddan oi Senatobia, Miss., spent the weekend here visiting her daughter, Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., Mr. Hubbard and sons. Mrs. Ida Williams Carr, James Viar and Helene Don-is and daughter. Patsy, of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Miller. A/2C Joe Tomlinson arrived: here yesterday to visit his wife. Mrs. Ann Tomlinson, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Tomlinson. Airman Tomlinson has just completed a year's duty in Korea and from here he will report to Eglln Air Force Base, Fla. Mrs. Nita Bunch was admitted to Chlckasawba Hospital yesterday with pneumonia. She is in Room 19B. I t nnouncemen Have added several new lines to my shop . . . among them you will find: Fine Imported Soap, gift boxed with finger tip towels SUN) box Paper Napkins, Saucer Mats, Cocktail Napkins. Correspondence Cards, all kinds, new and different. Art Crafts, Desk Sets, Letter Baskets, Memo Pads. California Pacific's line of lovely Kitchen Aid Sets, many different items from $1.25 up. liernhard Ulman's line—lovely things for the kitchen. Quan Quan's line of Baskets in reed, Lined Planters, Floor Baskets and Servers. Barth Art's line of Glass gifts—Bud Vases, Tall Vases for long stems, Sugar and Creams and Bowls. Crystal Imports, fine Cut Glass. Have just received new shipment of Linens, Cut work Pillow Cases, Bridge Cloths, Guest Towels, Colored Lunch Cloths and Attractive Tea Towels. Many lovely pieces in Milk Glass and Ironstone. Three Mountaineers line of Wool Gifts. Many Other Lines to Choose From —All Different and Priced Right! MRS. C.A. HOVEY Gifts - Linens - Reproductions 311 N. 6lh Street Blytheville, Arkansai OUT THEY GO JUST IN TIME FOR EASTER -FIRST TIME TO BE REDUCED- All Spring Suits and Coats INCLUDING SHORTIE COATS Now I Priced 7s OFF ONE Special Group | SUITS NOW 2 PRICE Now is the Time to Buy Your Easter Outfit SALE STARTS TODAY-BUY NOW AND SAVE! See What's New at WHITSITT'S Miss Whitsltt's Shop Blytheville, Arkansas

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