The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1955 · Page 4
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BLTTHETILLB (ARTC.T OOUBTCT KEWi THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1996 - Society News - . Inn Mollnm finmorv Rdit/lF • ruOIV Milli* Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 CANDLI- LIGHT CEREMONY — In » candlelight ceremony last night at the Church of God, Miss Mary Anne Griffin of Blytheville, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Golden Griffin, became th« bride of the Rev. R. Harold Fraud of Pangburn, Ark., son of the Rev. and Mrs. Harry Fraud. (Photo by Mason) Rev. R. Harold Fraud Claims Miss Griffin in Ceremony Here In t candlelight ceremony at the Church of God last night Miss Mary Anne Griffin, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Golden Griffin, became the bride of the Rev. R. Harold Fraud of Pangburn,' Ark., son of the Rev. and Mrs. Harry Fraud. Th. Ret. L, A. Holt, pastor of eamaUona Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Needham and children of Shady G,rove, Penn., are the guests of Mrs. Mllford Mil !er, Mrs. Qrady Goff and family, other relatives and Iriendi. Virginia Hudgens oft Stecle was named an outstanding pledge of the Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority at Arkansu State College at the annual Alpha Gamma International Reunion Day banquet. Mrs. Ralph L. Odley hu returned to her home In Lexington, Ky., after having spent six weeks here with ler mother, Mrs. Virgil Greene, who t 9. patient at Chtckasawba Hospital. Mrs. W. D. .Hammond IA spend- ng today In Memphis. Mrs. M. b. Usrey Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Odell Sanders, In Charleston, Miss. tbr church, officiated at the ceremony. A trellis intwlned with greenery and basketc of stock and tapers In wrought Iron candelabra formed the background lor the wedding partr. Mrs. Jamei McFnll, soloist, and MiM Sybil Quails, pianist, provided nuptial musW. Mrs. MoPall's ^election* included "I Love You Truly," "Melody of Love," and, during the exchange of vows, "The Lord's Prayer." "O Promise Me," and the traditional wedding marches were Miss Quails' selections. Both were pro- tented with pink carnation oor- Bagec. Mrs. Glenn Griffin of Steele, 8ls- t«r-in-lRW of th« bride, served as matron of honor. She wore a pink nylon net formal over pink satin. Her colonial bouquet was of pink carnations. Olenda Qriffin, niece of the bride, wore a floor length formal ol orchid and scattered rose petals from a white satin-covered basket. Father Gives Brhlo The bride, given In marriage by tor father, wore ft. gown featuring a bodice at «H over lace and long MeevM coming to a point at her wrist. The fiklrt was satin with •n over skirt of White nylon net. Her ftager-tlp veil was attached to a headband of lllles-of-the-val- ley. She carried a nosegay of pink The Rev. Lynn Ivy of Bassett served the groom as best man. Ushers were Qlen Orlffln, brother o£ the bride, and James McFall. Mrs. Griffin wore for the wedding a navy blue crepe suit with pink carnation corsage. The groom's mother was also dressed In a navy blue dress with white accessories and carnation corsage. Reception (liven Following the ceremony a reception wa» held at the parsonage with Mrs. L. A. Holt hostess. A lace cloth overlaid the bride's table which was centered with the traditional wedding ORke flanked Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Morse Bridge Winners Mrs. Rusell Phillips, Mrs. Byron Morse and Mrs. Harry W. Halnes were guests yesterday afternoon when Wednesday Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. H. C. Sims "or luncheon and »r afternoon ot jrldge games. A variety of spring flowers,centered the luncheon table and were also used In the entertaining rooms. Bridge winners were Mrs. Philips and Mrs. Morse. ly lighted tapers In branched can dolabra. Presiding at the table were Mrs. Travis Powell and Mrs. Mc- Fnll. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Straener, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Capps and daughter, all of Eurlc; the Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Shaw of Carutliorsvlllo; the Rev. und Mrs. Harry Fraud, Miss Quandnlla Proud, sister of the irroom, Kenneth Fraud, brother ol the groom, all of Pangburn, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold McDonald of Jackson, Tenn. For their wedding trip to Oklahoma City the bride wore a navy and white tweed suit with white 1 accessories and pinned Ihe corsage from her bouquet at her shoulder Grand Champions in Tournament Are Mrs. McCutcbeon, Mrs. Afflick In the first bridge tournament for all Country Club members, Mrs. 0. W. McCutehen and Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick were grand champions. The seven-table tournament was played in two sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday nights of thic week. The* over-afl score was 212* point*. On Tuesday night they were Jn first place with 111 points nnd lust night they were in second place with 101 points. In second plnce, over-nil, were Mrs. W. D. Chamblin nnd Mrs. E. B. Gee with 209. points. In the first session they were second plnce winners with 109 points nnd Inst night they were third plnce winners with 100 points. Third place went to Mrs. S. E. Tune nnd Mrs. F. E. Black, defending chnmplons, who had 196 points. They were in first plnce last night with 102 points. Other over-all winners were Mrs. A. H. McManus and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner With J82 points, who nlso were third place winners In the first session with 95 points. Fifth plnce went to Mrs. C. C. Councllle and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, Who hnd 175 points. Trophies and silver went to the grand chnmplons -ind silver went to the second and third plnce winners. Preceding last night's session a buffet supper was served. Bridge Clubs Entertained At Scrape Home Members of Club Eight nnd TLE Bridge Club were entertained nt the home of Mrs. Otto Scrnpe yesterday. Mrs. Loy Welch wns n guest yes- terdny afternoon when Club Eight plnyed and also won brldgo In the gnmes. Other bridge winners were Mrs. R. C. Allen, high, nnd Mrs. Paul Jobe, second high. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games. In the TLE Bridge Club games Inst night, Mrs. Bill Cherry, Mrs. W. J. Cupples nnd Mrs. Gilbert Smythe were winners. Pnrty foods were served ftt the conclusion of the gnmes. Rend Courier News Classified Ads EYOUR FRIENPtY THtATRt RELAX IN COOL COMFORT! • THURSDAY —FRIDAY* Tw» thowt nightly at 7:1$ and 9:15 MONSTER ESCAPES! CITY FLEES IN TERROR! 'REVENGE of the CREATURE" JOHN AGAR and LORI NELSON In Mcitin| 1-D! Bits of News f/ Phonal J At The Hospitals « HwplUl Dismissed: Ruby Frankfl.clty Charlie Jone», Tyronza Chtakiuawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs,'John F. Vandever, city James L. German, Steele Wanda Hcnson, city Mrs. Jim Allen Haynefi, city Sam Word, city Mrs. E. D. Mahon and baby, city Miss Charlnne Keeling, city Walta IlimplUI Dismissed: Mr«. Leo flombolaskle, city Mrs. Vnrnon Marr and baby, city Jesse Bennett, city George Alton Klstlcr, Rt. •), city REBELEE PARTICIPANTS AT OLE MISS — Shirley Brown of luka and Doris Bean of Blytheville take time out to pose for the cameraman' In their plans for participation in the annual Rebelee Celebration at the University of Mississippi, April 28-30. Panel Discussion, Rhythm Band, Installation Part of PTA Program A panel discussion by Blytheville Junior'Auxiliary members, musical selections by the Lange Exceptional School Rhythm Band and installation of officers for the coming year were highlights of the Lange Parent-Teacher Association meeting yesterday afternoon. Mrp. Wnlter Day presided over the meeting when reports were given by Mrs. C. W. Kapp, secretary, and Mrs. Bill Ellis, treasurer. Mrs. ft. L. Wade Jr. gave the devotional. Installation ceremonies were conducted by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, onicors Installed were Mrs. Or- llc Parker, president; Mrs. C. D. I-iunsford, vice-president; Mrs. Kapp. secretary, and Mrs. I. L. DeShazo, treasurer. ; part In the panel discus- Mrs. Joe Pride Jr., Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Mrs. 8. E. Tune. All children of Lange Exceptional School participated in the Rhythm Band under the direction of Mrs. Velda wllllngham and Mrs. Dick. J. White. Other members of the Blytheville Junior Auxiliary assist in teaching the children the music exercises. In the other business of the afternoon, Miss Elizabeth Halstead was presented a lifetime pin to the organization and room count awards went to Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. war- were Mrs. Ben Harpole Jr., ford and Miss Halstead. Mrs. Taylor Re-Elected Leader of Group Mrs. Albert Taylor was re-elected president when the Women's Fellowship of Pirst Christian Church held & general meeting at the church Monday. Other officers who will Mrve for the coming year are Mra. Jamw Terry, vice-president; Mrs. William Rader, recording secretary; Mrs. J. W. McHaney, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Jamel Lee Brooks, treasurer. Mrs. Brooks wa* In charge of the program on "Budget and Beyond," and those assisting her were Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mrs. Harry Bradley, Mrs. Rader and Mrs. Terry. The worship service was given by Mrs. John McHaney, Mrs. George Barham and Mrs. Tommy Sylvester. Love Group was In charge of the luncheon. Osceola Baptist Church Group Has Dinner Mn. John Douglas, superintendent of the Intermediate Department of Baptist Sunday School, with her nine teachers and officers were hosts to 50 teachers and officers of the Sunday School for the April dinner meeting at the church Tuesday night. Following dinner, J. B. Strickling, Sunday school superintendent, explained percertage gains for the month of April. Mrs. J. H. Hartsfield, church secretary, also gave report* for the month. Mrs. J. H. Base announced that the Sunday school conference will be held in Ridgecrest, N. C., In August and Mrs. R. H. Jones, librarian, told of new volumes added to the library during the month. After the departmental conferences, Dr. P. P. Herring, pastor, showed colored slides of classes and organization of the church in varied activities. Birthday Party Given For Kevin Dale Razer Kevin Dale Razer celebrated his second birthday yesterday when his mother, Mrs. T. C. Razer, invited 20 children to their home lor a party. Favors of balloons and gum were given and refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and iced drinks were served. Out-of-town guests were Jan May, Braggadocio and Regalnla and James Lyle of Cooler. Staying in town? Going to the country? Traveling? Whatever you do, come and see our collection of coo) casuals first! CblorM, comfortable and fashionable ... and all at prices a budget can love! $2.95 FAMILY SHOE STORE 1312 W. ""'- Phong 2-2342f Miss Child Valedictorian Of Class Sara Child, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Fred R. Child, has been named valedictorian of the 1955 graduating class of Holy Angels Academy in Jonesboro, She has attended the academy four years. Miss Child was president of her class in the sophomore and junior years, is editor of Holy Angels Echoes for the current school year, president of the Catholic Students' Mission Crusade this year, was class secretary in her freshman year, and is a four-year member of the Sodality. Glee Club and Sacred Heart League. She also has served as a member of the Press Club since her sophomore year and an accompanist for the Glee Club since her freshman year. She received Quill and Scroll lonors her junior year along with the Jones Literary Award and the typing award. Mte Sara Child Mrs. Brady Hostess to NGWClub Mrs. Utah Brady was hostess to NOW Club at the home of Mrs. William Harrison last night. Seven members were present. In the games played Mrs. Cooper Jones, Mrs. Paul Croft and Mrs. Bill Presnell won prizes. Mrs. Bill Praser won the door prize. Spring flowers were used to decorate the home and at the conclusion of the games refreshments were served. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission ISc & 35e At All Times • LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature I0»f IN PANS! M-G-M s "THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS' Starring ELIZABETH TAYLOR • VAN JOHNSON WALTER PIDGEON . DONNA REED ' -AND— tr% J" 1 ^ . umn ncitxis mMniAii™ Cartoon "Crow Crazy" FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature EVELYN ANKtK ttIN* VESDUGO ^_, MARTIN KOSIKK UN SIONE DOUGLASS DUMMlUt Serial "Buffalo Bill" No. 12 Cartoon "Dizzy Dishes" Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN it 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rltz & Rosy Program Announcements THURSDAY & FRIDAY 'The Worlds Most Beautiful Animal / mm vm -MUDS um-mm vm-vm m PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS " Coming Soon to Ritx "REAR WINDOW with James Stewert & Grace Kelly "BRIDGES OF TOKO-RF—In Vista Vision with Grace Kelly & William Holder "A MAN CALLED PETER"—In Cinemascope with Richard Todd & Jean Peters "YOUNG AT HEART" with Doris Day & Frank Sinatra "VIOLENT MEN"—In Cinemascope with Glenn Ford & Barbara Stanwyck

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