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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1955 - Society News - A Ann M»llorv fioaetv Editor * Phot MiM Milli* Ann MtUlory, Society Editor Phone S-4461 Ensirn »nd Mrs. Christopher Martin Ensign Christopher Dale Martin, Miss Parker Wed at Church Before an altar decorated with white Easter lilies, white •tock and white tapers in branched candelabra, Miss Dolores Parker of Keiser became the bride of Ensign Christopher Dale Martin of <Charleston, S. C., at First Methodist Church Sunday afternoon. Mi*s Parker IB toe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Parker of Keiser and Ensign Martin IB the son of Christopher D. Martin of New Hartford, Mo., and Mrs. Jo- Kpb Ames of St. Louis. Tlie Rev. Harold Effgensperger, pastor of the church, officiated at the 2 p.m. ceremony. Mrs. R. R. Jayroe .presented a program of nuptial music nt the organ and Miss Tommye Coficld of Oxford, Miss,, soloist, sang "Because," und "I Love Thee." During ' the exchange of vows, she •ang, "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Cofleld wore a pale green formal of net and tatfettv nnd Mrs. Jayroe wore a spring dress. Both wore corsages of gardenias. Bridesmaids were Miss Bobbie Jean Byrd, Miss Elolse Richurd- aon and Mtss Linda Bunch of Blytheville; Miss Bonnie Miles of Keiser, Miss Bettye Aldridge of Wlnona, Miss., and Miss Luella Cockerham oi Manila. They wore identical gowns of aqua nylon chiffon over matching taffeta with matching hnts, shoes and gloves. Pink carnations formed their nosegnys. Mrs. Glenn Tongue, aunt of the bride, served as matron of honor and wore a pink embroidered silk with matching accessories. She carried a nosegay of aqua carnations. Tfiper lighters were Patsy, and Pat Ingram, of Greenwood, Miss., twon cousins of the bride. Penny Cunningham of Keiser served as flower girl. They were dressed identical to the bridesmaids. All the feminine attendant' gowns were waltz length. Fiiher Gives Bride The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of chnn- tilly lace which featured a heart shaped neckline encrusted with seed pearls. The full skirt featured sheared lace panels. She wore a finger tip veil of illusion attached to a crown Of orange blossoms and lace elbow length gloves which came to a point at her hand. Her Bible was topped with a pure white orchid encircled with lilies-of-the-valley. She wore a strand of pearls and matching earrings, a gift of the groom. Mr. Martin served his son as best man and ushers were Ed Eldridse of Memphis; Glenn Teafjue, Blytheville; Ted Bixlcr. Reiser; Ralph Steele, Helena; Bill McNulty, Chicago, and Duncnn Campbell, Vicksburg, Miss. Charles Glenn Trainor of Haytl was ring bearer. The bride's mother wore for the wedding a beige linen sheath dress with mntchinf; jacket and navy. blue accessories. Her corsage was a lavender orchid. Mrs. Ames wore for her son's marriage a navy silk dress with matching jacket and white accessories. Her corsage was also a lavender orchid. Reception Given Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Teague entertained at their home with a reception for the couple. An arrangement ot yellow rosebuds centered the bride's tnblu and flanking these were white tapers In silver candelabra, Other arrangements of roses and Easter, lilies were used in the entertaining rooms. Those presiding at the tnble were Bettye Ann Johnson, Senatobin, Miss.; Virginia Baker, Oxford, Miss,; Luis Belle Shoemaker, Keiser; and Bobbye June Killinn, Blytheville. Miss Dorothy Cockerham presided at the guest book. Those assisting nt the reception were presented Dutch Iris corsages. Immediately following the reception the couple loft for Charleston, where they will make ihnlr homo, the bride wearing a tfrny and white suit with white linen collar and cuffs. Her accessories were In black and she wore the orchid from her Bible to complement her apparel. Guests other than those from Keiser were Mr. mid Mrs. Dnr- wood Shelton, St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. H. McOuirk, Chicago; Miss Jo Eldridgo, Miss Sherry Elrtrirtpe of Memphis; Mrs. W. H. Ingram. Greenwood, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pnrker, Pheba, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parker, Vardainan, Miss.: Miss Oleta Pnrker, Vnr- danlnan, Miss. MIss.Cornle Stellman. Fordyce, Ark.; George Dunnbaiigh, Pittsburgh, Penn., Mr. and Mrs. Milton Langston, Sledge, Miss.; Mrs. Lena Holt, Macon, Miss.; Mrs, Henry Adams, Macon, Miss.; Mr, and Mrs. R. H. Robinson, Osceoln; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Trainor. Haytl; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hampton. Jr., Holland; Miss Clnrn Shaw. Memphis; Mr .and Mrs. A. C. Lunsdule, Jonesboro; Jerry Ingrain. Greenwood, Miss;. Jack McGirk, Chicago; nud Joseph PaJsnUn, Sidney R .Brndln, nnd Claude P. Ramcy of Oxford, Miss. Bits of News NFMS Chapter Has Program At Church Louise Chapman Chapter of Naazrene Foreign Missionary Society met nt the church last night. Group singing followed with i Mr. and Mn. James C. Long, Jr., and daughter and Mr. and Mri. Kenneth Long and *on of Flint, Mich., were guests of Mr*. Amelia Long and Miss Margaret, Long over the weekend. 0. S. Crowell, who ha* been a patient at Chickasawba Hospital U now at hii home. Mrs. J. A. DeHaven and Mr. and Mrs. John W. Gateley of Little Rock were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. S; Crowell. Mri. DeHaven remained here to visit her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Van ZandL of Little Rock, announced the birth of their first child, a daughter, yesterday morning at St. Vincent's Hospital In Little Rock. The baby has been named Victoria Ann after her two grandmothers. Mrs. Van Zandt is the former Mi« Annella Humphreys, daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. Henry Humphreys of Blythe- vlUe. Mrs. Humphrey is in Little Rock with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Conner Taylor announce the birth of a son Sunday morning at Methodist Hospital In Memphis. The baby, who has been named Robert Montgomery, has a sister, Susan. George Underbill of Springdnle, Ark., Is the housegucst of Miss Jo Alice McGulre and her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Gene McGuire. Yes- ierday the McGuire's and their louseguest were in Memphis visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McOulre. Mr. Underbill, Miss McGuire nnd Mrs. McGuire will be in St. Louis iomorrow where Mr. Underbill will attend to business Mr. and Mrs. Kenry Young spent Saturday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Quick and children, Gary and Beverly, spent weekend in Beebe and DCS Arc visiting their parents. In Beebe they were guests of Mrs. Quick's parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Vci'non Gunter and Leslie Paul, and in DCS Arc th.cy visited Mr. Quick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Quick. The Rev. nnd Mrs .J. Louis Ern- mert, the Rev. and Mrs. Harold Thompson nnd the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. White of Steelo are attending [i convention of Nazareue Church ministers! n St. Louis. Henry Young IcfL today for May- fiJjld, Ky., to spend several days on business. f Miss Bertha Ann Galnes, student at Memphis State College, spent the weekend here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gtilncs, nnd other relatives . Mr .and Mrs. Johnny Young and children spent the weekend In Memphis visiting Mrs. Young's sister nnd family. Miss Bobbye June Killinn left Jast night to return to Stephens College In Columbia, Mo., where she IK 5\ student. Miss Dixie Killlan spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Coulter at Nashville. Ark. Don Coulter motored her home last nielil and returned to his homo Ilils morning. .Jerry Carter of Lcnchvllle also visited in the Kll- llnn home last nlfiht. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wilson and son. Joe, Mrs. Grady Goff and son, Gary, nnd Mrs. Beulah Miller spent Ihe weekend In Boonevtlle, Miss., visltlns Mr.- and Mrs. H. O. Moss and family. Mrs Max Shrurier and children, Connie nnd Cindy, of Dallas, Tex., nre visiting hi the home of her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Fleeman, In Mnnlln. Toby Ann Long .daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Toby Long, underwent an appendectomy at Blytheville Hospital Thursday. Her condition is reported to be satisfactory and she Is In Room 303. Dim Atkins left this morning to return to Ouachlta College where he is a student after spending the holiday weekend here with his grandmother. Mrs. J. C. Harnish. Mrs. Richard Besnnson of Madison. Wise., is visiting Mrs. J. C. Harnlsh nnd other friends. Mrs. Besnnson Is the former Miss Vannye Whitley of Blythevillc. Condition of Chester Nabers is reported to be unchanged. prayer by Bert Trumble opened the meeting Mrs, Atvle Jarrett presented n devotional taken from Isntnh and n program "The War Years In India," was given oy Mrs. Jimmy Quick. The Rev. J. Louis Emmert, pastor, dismissed the group. During Our Childrens Portrait, Contest • You may purchase a 16" x 20" oil portrait of your child for a very small down payment. The balance may be paid in low weekly or monthly payments. LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY CHILD ART STUDIO Dial 8-8666 for Appointment « NEWLY WEDS — Mr. and Mrs. Purnell Capehart cut their wedding cake following their marriage Saturday night at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Donner, in Manila. Mr. Capehart is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Capehart of Caruthersville. (Courier Ntwt Photo) WeddingofPurnellCapehartAnd Barbara Taylor Solemnized The wedding of Barbara Donner Taylor of Manila and Purnell Capehart of Holland was solemnized Saturday night at the home of the bride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Leo Donner, In Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Cap«hart of Caruthersville are parents of the groom, The 8 p.m. ceremony was performed by the Rev. Marvin Niblack, pastor of First Methodist Church in Holland. Floor baskets of pink snapdragons, gladioli and azaleas, tied with pink satin bows, were used to form the improvised altar. The couple knelt on a pink satin prie-dieu for the blessing. Pink tapers In wrought Iron holders completed the decorations. Mrs. James Felts, pianist, presented pre-nuptial music and Mrs. Joan Homer's selection was "Where Thou Goest." They both wore corsages of pink carnations. Bride Wears Pink Wearing an aqua cotton which featured a tucked waistline falling Into a billowing skirt, Mrs, Gerald Donner served as matron of honor. She wore matching nccessorles and curried a colonial bouquet of pink carnations. The bride wore for her marriage a pink flannel dress which featured an empire waistline, low neckline nnd full skirt. Her accessories were In pink and she carried a pink satin Bible topped with pink orchids. At The Hospitals Hlytlicvlllc Hospital Dismissed: E .S. .May, city John Mitchell, city L. C. Poscy, city Walter Anderson, city Chickasawha Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jimmy Edgmon,.city Mrs. John Richardson, city Mrs. Willis Whllehead. Steele Aubrey Bell, city Johnny Blair, city Mrs. Paul Boswell and baby, city John B. Cunningham. Port Smith Mrs. H. B. Richardson, city Mrs. John Ivy and Baby, city Linda Barnes, city Mrs, Q, T, Kluttz, Osceola Mrs. Eugene McKernon, city Mrs. Claude Kolwyck, city O. S. Crowell. city Sanford Tomlinsnn, city W. H. Caldwell, city Toler Buchanan, city Mrs. Lula Rhoads, city Mrs. Otis Stripling and baby, Manila Don Copeland. city Charles Crowe, city Mrs. Thomas Beasley, Steele Mrs. Gene Dickinson, city Mrs. W. W. Workman, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Kenneth Berry of Holland served Mr. Capehart as best man. Mrs. Dormer wore for her daughter's marriage a navy blue crepe dress with 1 matching accessories and pink rosebud corsage. The groom's mother wore a light tan shantung dress with matching accessories and a brown cymbe- d"ium orchid. Reception Given Following the ceremony a reception was held. The bride's table was covered with a pink cloth wjilch was overlaid with white organdy. An arrangement of pink stock, rosebuds and carnations in a silver container centered the table. Planking this were pink tapers in silver candelabra. Mrs. Jim Cheadle and Mrs. Kenneth Berry presided at .the table. Out-of-town guests were from Marlon, 111., Holland, Caruthers- vllle and Steele. Following a short wedding trip the couple will be at home In Holland where the groom is engaged in farming. For traveling the bride topped her wedding dress with a matching jacket featuring a fur collar and pinned the corsage from her Bible at her shoulder. Dinner-Dance Given for Wedding Party Members of the Parker-Martin wedding party were entertained with n dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn league Saturday night followed by a dnnce at the Legion Hut. The dinnei table was overlaid with an imported lace cloth and yellow I;OKOS were Used on the table and throughout the home. Other flowers used were Easter lilies and snapdragons. A lorpe white wedding bell suspended from the celling and blue birds attached to streamers of pink ribbons which were caught on the bell were used to decorate the Legion Hut. Miss Pnrker wore for the occasion a lime silk taffeta cocktail dress nnd brown orchid corsage. Mrs. Teageu wore a blue brocade cocktail dress. Guests present were friends of the bride-elect and Mr. and Mrs. Tengue. Out-of-town guests were Dennis Ray, city Mrs. Estelle Colston, city EXCHANGE VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Bullard are shown following their wedding Friday night at Lake Street Methodist Church. Mrs. Bullard is the former Miss Elizabeth Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Cox. Mr. Bullard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Bullard. Earl D. Bullard Claims Hand Of Miss Cox in Ceremony Miss Eliazbeth Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Cox, became the bride of Alfred David Bullard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Bullard, in a double ring ceremony performed Friday night at Lake Street Methodist Church. The Rev. H. M. Sanford, pastor of the church, officiated at the ceremony. Wicker baskets of white stocK were used to form the background for the wedding party. Miss Sue Harmon served as pianist. She wore a black dress with white accessories and white carnation corsage, Mrs. Donald Deskin and Mrs. Benny Gentry served as bridesmaids and wore black dresses with white accessories and corsages. Matron of honor was Mrs. John Roden. She wore a pink dress with black accessories and white corsage. The bride, given in marriage by her father; wore a powder blue dress with white accessories and white carnation corsage. Mr. Bullard served Ins son 'as best man and ushers were Benny Gentry and Donald Deskin. Mrs. Cox wore for her daughter's marriage a navy blue dress with white accessories and flowers. Mrs. Bullard wore a pale blue dress with red carnation corsage. A reception was held at the home of the groom's parents following the ceremony. The bride's table was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with white stock In a low crystal bowl and white tapers in crystal holders. The cake which the couple from St. Louis, Memphis, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Greenwood, Osceola, Keiser, Oxford, Haytt and Sena- iobla. The House fo Perfect Sound & Protection Last Times Tonight! WARNER BROS. PRESENT Battle WARNERCOLOB-STEREOPHONIC SOUND ,i™..* L R9 "ONA NANCY JAMES 'AYMOND TAB DOROTHY ANNE lEOftKill!-Mil 1H15S ONE-THI OFF On All Spring SUITS and COATS AND EARLY SPRING DRESSES cut was made and given to them by Mrs. A. P. Glascoe of Osceola. Mrs. Deskin and Mrs. Gentry presided at the table. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glasscoe, Mrs. J. T. Driver and Mrs. Sue Bullard of Osceola and Mrs. Norma Bullnrd of Wichita. Kan. The couple will make their home on Missouri Street. Passover Season Concluding Concluding Passover and memorial services will be held tomorrow night, 8 p.m., at Temple Israel. Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of the temple, will speak on the Exodus message, "Stand Firm and Have No Fear." Mrs. Seymour Hostess to Gleaners Class Mrs. Hubert Seymore wa« hostess to Gleaners Sunday School Class ol First Baptist Church lut night at her home. There were 11 members and one visitor, Mrs. El- zle Brown, present. The devotional was given by Mm. Ancll Harris and prayer wu 1M by Mrs. Walter Bishop. Mrs. Dairell Lunsford presided over thi meeting. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission I5c & 35c At All Times TUES., WED., & THURS. 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