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/AGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1W Society, New* P»t MulMni, Society Editor / Phout 4461 the bride wore a white organdy antebellum bridal gown which she lifid designed. The fitted bodice \vas buttoned to the waist with iiny self covered buttons and fashioned with aji Elizabethan collar and Jeg-o-mutton sleeves, which formed calla lijy points over the hands. The full skirt fell in cascades of nifties from the waist to the hem nnd was pol.sed over, period hoops. An overskirt of organdy tapered into a cathedral train. Her double tiered veil nr imported illusion fell from a cap of organdy over satin, appliqued with Bits of News Mrs, C, R. Dowdy and daughter, Carol, returned from Batesvllle. Ark., Saturday, where they were xwsts of Mrs- Dowdy's sisters, Mrs- O. E. Jones and Mrs. C. B- Hanford, and fnnijlirti. While there, they attended the White River Water Car| nival. Mrs. Dick White and Mrs. C. E. Dap?eit ol Mariana, Ark., are in 81. Louis where they are participating Summer National Duplicate Bridge Tournament- Lt- Don H Wright arrived home last nifihl from Luke Air Force Base, Phoenix, Ariz., to spend a 15- oranfio blossoms and seed pearls, i d j wl(h hls ptirent5i Mr . an d Her only ornaments were pearl * p , WriKht pan-inns. She curried H white J MIS ' iUC> wngni. prayer book topped with a white [ Aubrey Conway is in the Baptist] orchid nnd set m maline and .saiin, Hospital in Memphis, where he is j loops roses. Mrs. Brownson Names Committees Mrs. J- F. Brownson, newly elect-;f od president of the American Legion Auxiliary, has selected committees for the coming year, with I the assistance of meniberfl of the executive board. Mrs. Brownson presided over the meeting, which was opened with: prayer. ~. bnOW6T Mrs. Cecil Graves and her daughter. Mrs. James Mosley of 1 Osceola, were hostesses for a lawn Chairmen and co-chairmen of the ! par ty and miscellaneous shower committees include Mrs. Speck Me- j honoring Mrs. Bobby Cresnp, the Gregor and Mrs. Dan BurRe, child / or nier Miss Tommie Robertson, Duplicate League Conducts Meeting Members of the Saturday afternoon Duplicate Bridge League met at one o'clock at Hotel Noble in the Mirror Room for an eight-table Mitchell movement, North and South winners were Mrs. A. H. Wallace and Mrs. Jim Rolcson, first; Mrs, B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Sybil Noble and Buddy Meeting Held By Yarbro WSCS Mrs. J. D. Hemby was hostess Friday night to members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Yarbro Methodist Church. Wonderful Words," wai th« opening song: and "Keeping tha Heavt's Door Open," was the devotional presented by Mrs. W. D. Hammond. welfare; .Mrs. Marvin Lane and Mrs. Marshall Blackard, membership; Mrs Paul Mahon and Mrs. Thursday. Party games provided the evening's entertainment with priaes Frank GllBson, girls state; Mrs. Mike bein ,, nwort ied to Miss Alice Priest Simon, publicity; Mrs. Mike Parks. and Miss n » na Bailey. Mrs. Helm Zeller, poppy sales; Mrs. Kmil Damon find Mrs. James Hnrd- inu. rehabilitation: Mrs. John Hartj ^7'sivcn'a corsage"of"kitchcn"or- and Mrs. Ben T. Mays, finance; Mrs, Mrs. Cressp was dressed for the occa.Mon in a tan linen dress and and showered with Mr. Caldwell served his son as j best man. and ushers included Har- ! tube I undergoing days. treatment lor three Teddy Bailey has returned from CAP. summer encampment Marvin Lane and Mrs. Howard Bowen, cons 11 tul ion and by-Jaws; Mrs. BurRp and Mrs. Edgar L- Crouch, music; Mrs. Elton Poster and Mi*. Lena Cronk, community service; Mrs. Brownson and Mrs. Hart,, radio; and Mrs. Inoz Gentry and Mrs. Foster, Americanism. namems. Amontj the -22 quests attending were Mrs. Jack Robertson, mother oi the bride. Davis of Newport, third. 1 Mrs - Qeile McQulre offered East and West winners Included prayer and Mrs. Charles Kruta Mrs. C. E. Daggett of Marianna and i laugh a chapter from "Heritaga O. S. Crowell, who tied lor firsthand Destiny," a mission book. place with Mrs. Raymond Smith and ! Golden afie committee for August Mrs. .T J. Barnes. Third place went ; includes Mrs. Ellis Wheeler and lo Mrs. Charles Gerald and Mrs. A. I Mrs. Milton Bunch. They were appointed by Mrs. James M. Besharse, vice president, who will serve as president in the of Mrs. Glenn Bunch, who recently moved. H. McManus. ry Cook, and William Braxton Gill j y Aif Force Ba>Wi Enid OkUt(i of Dell. James Albert Cochran of whcre he , p(?m R week< j Newborn, Term,, a cousin of the; • ., groom, and Thomas Wilton Wade, ! Mlsfi Cn '°' Ann B " llfy " rnvcd ' Jr.. of Ke.iton, Tenn. '. home from Comvay where she has I Mrs. Dcnnv Byrum was Per her daughter* iarrlnge. Mrs.! been a E ucst m ,he home of Dr. and : •— -^ ^ ,e t | n g Mrs Blankenship wore a Martini orlg-1 •««. Henry Kamp and son, George '^ « >"<<*en sh °" r Ielln B Mrs ' and other friends. inal of navy blue linen with a white beaded bodice and .slender skirt. Her hat was navy blue, trimmed with white velvet and her other accessories were navy and white, i Russell , She wore a corsage of phaleanop-1 ' p»iri' SLS set In .swirls of velvet. I ..." .t ,„/!.. Mrs. Caldwell, who al<;o received \ ! week at her home. Mrs- Paul Knight of Sclmer. I T j i(i (y rooms were decorated Tenn, is eSpeclcd to arrive to spend j wj(h summcr flowers ln pastel col . several weeks with her sister. Mrs- H , vh Cl(> . ors. G.i me were awarded to pent a M rs , vnnce Owens and Miss Donna University Dance Club Entertained Picnic Is Given For Visitor Here Janet Young:, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young of Batesville. Miss., who is the guest this week of Kay Jafjffers, was honored Kiiesl at a picnic given by Kay's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Vendredi Club is Entertained Mrs. Calvin Hill was hostess to members of the Vendredi Club More than 100 members nnd ! JapTKers, last evening at Walker: Friday night for a bridge party Buc.stsof Ihf University Dance Cklb ! Park. "at the Razorback. nuendrd their first anniversary I Twenty seven guests were enter- Dessert was served proceeding celebration Saturday night at Ho- ! tamed by the couple. Party games the games of bridge, which pro(el Noble, in the Mirror Room, | wore conducted through the even-, vided the evening's entertainment. her - Mrs •>• w - Dunn snd : , sue Gore. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Sievens, Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Farr, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertained the group. Balloons in pastels were suspended from the ceiling and mirrors with "Happy j Anniversary." inscribed on mirrors jand along table cloths. ing. Birthday Party Given at Home ... 0 _._ Gerald Lynn Hancock, Jr., was Black wrought iron, sprinkled ! honored by his mother, Mrs. Mrs. Richard Osbourne was guest player. Winners included Mrs. Hank Dodd, first place, Mrs. J. Max Walters, second, and Mrs. A. S. Harrison, bridgo. YWA of Huffman a corsage of, wore a: picardi lace gown .stylr-ci by Prima, and designed with a low neckline i outlined in pearls and sequins, in- Mrs. Ike Miller is in Campbell's 1 Sue Etanfield. wore a sundress ot sid( ,. terspersed with braided design. Her I Clinic in Memphis, where she is tartan plaid cotton and was pre- Each of Mrs. Aaron Peterson and Mrs. I u . ju , si]ver ne f d a bouquet of Mar- I Hancock. Sr.. with a party on his! ClllU'Cll HaS Meeting" •>..,i C'.mfi^lH li-ol-n smv-iill Ifllf'Sl.S. I i _i......^~ ,. — .l *..!.: -n- first hil'thrinv vpst(*rHalr luhr.ii Ifl o ed by Prima • - .. OIl cris , g ce low neckline I and Ml ' s - Dunn molored her hon:e - i Mrs. Peterson, the former Miss| holders hc ld a single taper on each MARRIED—Shown cutting their wedding cake at a reception at Blytheville Country Club are Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Cochraii Caldwell. who exchanged marriage vows at Dell Methodist Church Saturday In a double ring ceremony at noon. Mrs. Caldwell is the former Miss Charlene Ruth Blankenship, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Ulus Sylvester Blankenstiip of Dell. Miss Charlene Ruth Blankenship Becomes Bride of Elwyn Caldwell In » double ring service performed at noon Saturday, Miss Charlene Ruth Blankenship became the bride of Elwyn Cochran Caldwell at Dell Methodist Church with the Rev. Eugene Hall, pastor officiating. A large gathering of friends and relatives of the couple were present for the exchange of vows. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ulus Sylvester Blankenship and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, all of Dell. The ceremony was performed Marjorie Nell Koehler of Tunica. against a background of southern smilax and woodwardia trees. Olowlns white tapers In white wrought iron candelabra and baskets of white stock decorated the altar. The satin covered prie-dicu. on which the couple knelt for the blessing, was tied with clusters of stock set In satin loops. Pews were marked with clusters ol smilax and white satin bows. Tapers were lighted by Koehler Blankenship. brother of the bride, and Billy Gene Carter of Leachville. Presenting a program of nuptial music were Miss Doris Jean Walker, vocalist, and Mrs. Charles Kennett, organist. Miss Walker, who sang "Through the Years" by Youman, and "The Lord's Prayer," by Malotte, also served ns maid of honor. Mrs. Kennett played "Morning Alood" by Grieg. "Ave Maria" by Bach-Gounod, "I Love Thee" by Grieg, "Will You Remember?" by Romberg, and the "Bells of St. Mary's" by Adams, with the traditional wedding marches. Mrs. Kennett wore a white eyelet waltz length gown with a waist arrangement of white carnations set In puffs of maline tied with satin ribbon. . Volaclst Is Maid ,o( Honor Miss Walker, of Marked Tree served Miss Blankenship as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss accessories were black. j undergoing treatment for Heeeatlon Ufvcn ! Mr. and Mrs. Merron John Koeh- j T |, e Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Brown ler were hosts for a reception which and sons !e {: [ot ;ay for a month's was given at Blytheville .Country vaclllion on the East coast. Club. Mrs. Koehler was presented | Gufsls „( Mr and .Mrs. A. H a corsage of gardenias. The bride's table was overlaid with a cloth of organdy with insertions of imported lace. Centering the table was a four-tiered wed- broken , sented a corsase of miniature kitchen uiensils. Mrs Byrurn served party foods the hostesses wore a pas- and iced drinks at the conclusion of the evening's entertainment. Webb and children yesterday, wfre ; A nr -| j wprcn fw Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Young and , ™ " '' VCI iU ' 7 Celebration Held family of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Elliott _.. . nounce the birth of their first son I Mr. and Mrs. Reece Wooten, Mr. tel corsage of daisies. Party foods and drinks were served at midnight. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Edrington of Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. T. E- Geeslin, Jr., of Drew, Miss.. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stewart of Memphis, Mi-, and Mrs- Arthur Kearley of Memphis, Mrs- Get:;! Brcnson of Hobbs, N. M., Mrs. Jack Chamhlin of Meridian, Miss., Mrs. Rube Carson of Baton first birthday yesterday, when 20 children and 10 of their mothers attended. Mrs. Hancock was assisted in 1 entertaining by Mrs. Glenn Me-! Arthur and Mrs. Benny Gentry. | Birthday cake and ice cream' were served on the lawn, and bal- lons and ather favors were given the children. Coming Events ding cake topped with a miniature j at SL Joscpll ' Hoipltal „„ j'uiy 33.' and Mrs. B. W. Wooten and Mr. and Rouge. La., Mrs. John Hudson of! bride and groom. The cake was He has been named Stephan Pat- j Mrs. Harold McLorey were hosts and placed on a large mirror reflecting j rk . k ' Tht . y have " i vo daughterj!i Lin- [ hostesses at the home of Mr. and HUidenias set in nesls of greenery. | da Jc . m j,,d Kathy Ann. i Mrs. Reece Wooten for the 40th Candles glowing in silver candelabra Hanked the cake and placed on each end of the table was a crystal punch bowl. The reception table, which was completely encircled in garlands of Miiilax caught nt. intervals with I iu Florida.' clusters of gardenia:;, was placed ' Mrs. Don Kerbough, a paner.t at i Bedding anniversary .celebration of Blytheville Hospital who has been | M r . an d Mrs. R. W. Wooten recent- seriously ill, is reported lo be im- j i y with 26 members of the family Proving. attending- ........... „. .... Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hill left yes- A three-tiered cake, encircle with day School Class of Calvary Bap- tcrday to spend a 10-day vacation ,, reenerv an d tapped with a minis- list Church met Friday for Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge Texas and Charles Nick Rose of i League has meeting at the club. American Legion Auxiliary meets at the American Legion Hut. NALC Auxiliary has 7:30 p.m Gleaners Class Conducts Meeting Members of the Gleaners Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Raydo Veach and children were in Hoxie yesterday for the funeral of Mrs. Veach's before a mantle, which held glowing white tapers in silver candelabra, and an arrangement of white stock. On the piano was placed an arrangement of white stock, and floor baskets of white stock „. were placed about the entertaining j col'foBe'.'st'iilwater!' Saturday. room5 - i Mrs. T. C. Hopper and sons are Miss Christine Dobbs presided ; spending this week vacationing in at the bride's book, and at the i New Mexico. table were Mrs. Robert Westbrook, j Graham Partlow has returned Mrs. Jerry Morgan, Miss Helen ' from a six weeks ROTO encamp- James Lloyd Edwards of Luxora received his bachelor's degree in engineering from Oklahoma A. and M. Miss., Miss Annette Whistle ot Blytheviile. Miss Nora Simpson of Dell and Miss Bonnie Lou Shcp- pard of Roseland. Junior bridesmaids were Kathye Ann Cnldwell, a sister of the groom, and Thelma Louise Crawford, cousin of the bride. Miss Walker and the bridesmaids wore identical gowns of while iir- „ , -.._ . . , Robertson of Leland, Miss., Miss I m cnt at Camp Gordon. Ga. . skirts were poised over crinoline ' An " Koehler. cousin of the bride, j Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Alien of St. and fashioned with fitted strapless ol Tunica, Miss., and Miss Shirley j Louis were the week, end guests Phillips. Each was presented a of Mr. and Mrs. Joe McClure and shoulder arrangement of white car- ; family. Mrs. Allen Is a sister of bodices with cape stoles. They wore halos of white satin leaves, and carried colonial bouquets of "sther j greenery, and Ujppi lure bride and groom centered the monthly, business and social gath- refreshment table, which was over- ering at the home of Mrs. Sim laid with a lace cloth. Ross wi ' h Mr S' Blanche ^Branscum Out-of-town guests Included Mrs.'as hostess. Victor Hallmark of Menu, Ark., Mr. I Nine members and a guest, Mrs. and Mrs. Numa Craig of North Lit-i Ann ' e Rambo attended. Mrs. Mike Ue Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Me- I £*££%£' ^Shon trf Lorey of Little Rock and Mr. ^and ; ^ ^ t ri e ' business session. Mrs. Mrs. Floyd Winn and Mr. and Mrs i Jim Ross L. E. Corkran and daughters all of Rector. devotlona ,_ nations. j Mr. McClure. Reed daisies set. in puffs o'f maline j Music-at the reception was pre-i Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer] Revival Conducted In Baptist Church A summcr revival at Number Nine Baptist Church was started yesterday at the morning worship «'",«,. i have'had as 'their guests for the : manuel Baptist Church in Hot sented by Mrs. Kennett. Out-of-town guests for the wed- •• P il nt w-eek. Mr. Brewer's mother, ding were from Memphis. Tunica, ' Mrs. G. D. Brewer of Bertrand, ' Miss., Tenn., Leland, Monetle, , Miss., Newbern' Portageville Mo'i' ia >'' nn<1 Mrs ' ' wri ° returned to her home to- Brewer's niece, son of st - Lmlls ' w h° returned and tied with satin streamers. Junior bridesmaids' dresses wore identical lo Um^n of tho bridesmaids, except they were full length. Ruby Kay Koehlcr and Barbara Joan Crawford, cousins of the bride, were flower girls. Their gowns, lull length, were fashioned with high collars nnd fitted bodices, which buttoned to the waist with satin covered buttons. The pleated collars and sleeves were trimmed in ! tains, the bride wearing a powdei white satin. Edging the hi'inline;;! klue Hnen costume suit, ti Bcnham were small satin bows, and about I original. She wore a hat of black | the Mirror Room in Hotel Noble I dinner which members of the j Lcachvillc, Manila, Kelscr, Marked ' Mrs - Rex Uzzell. Mr. Uzzell and Tree, West Memphis, Blythnville, son of st " Lm1 ' ' " Kenton. TemC Paris, Tenn., O.sce-i' lome y cs terday. ola, Pulton, Ky., Union City,'Tenn., , Nashville and Valley Park,'Mo. The couple departed lor a 10-day Mrs. J. A. Endcrlln of Water Valley., a former resident of Blytheville, is spending a week woddins" trip u>'7he"smo'ky Mo mi- here v ' 5 ' tlng trlends - of the groom, entertained Friday at , were wide sashes which I velvet and shoes and bag of black ! with a buffet rehearsa k bustle bows. suede. She pinned the white orchid i was attended by 45 m the waists formed bac! They wore halos of white shattered carnations and carried while salin covered baskets of small white blossoms. Bride Designs Gown Given in marriage by hrr father, Springs conductini services at 7:45. Music director for the nightly the services which will be held for 10 days is the Rev. Vernon Burnett of the First Baptist Church in Medina, Ark. Announcement was made b.^ the Rev. Guy Whitney, pastor of Twilight Ceremony Held for Couple Miss Ruby G. Graham became the bride of Homer A. Webster in a twilight ceremony at the home of j the groom Friday night, with th.e Rev- Robert McMaster, pastor of Lake Street Methodist Church, officiating. They attended Blytheville High School and are making their home here, where the groom le employed by Peerless Cleaners. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or 5HINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS LAST TIMES TONIGHT First Blytheville Showing ALSO TWO CARTOONS TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY BUCK NIGHT DOLLAR A CARLOAD Double Feature MARINE RAIDERS With Pat O'Brien & Ruth Husscy THE SUNDOWNERS Wilh Robert Preslon &Robcrt Sterling Also Cartoon: HYPNOTIZED from her bridal ..bouquet at her j of-town guests. shoulder. I Mr. and Mrs, Caldwell, parents , At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Larry Horner, Manila Irene Nebble, City HEATING equipment SALE! get $ 30 $ 20 TRADE-IK TRADE-IN TRADE-IN on your old healing appliance with purchase of automatic NEW Coleman '' ^^^™*^™^^[HJ FLOOR FURNACE or GAS WALL HEATER (LIMITED TIME) DOWN PAYMENT j D months lo pay Hal sell & White Furniture Company 113 R. Division Phone fiOIMi LET US KEEP YOUR CLOTHES WITH EXPERT CLEANING Our modern equipment . . . thorough, expert, care keeps your clothes sparkling fresh! Add an extra day n week *o your vacation! You'll he surprised to know how lidle it actually costs to let us do your family laundry. Call-1418 today! . , LAUNDRY * CLEANERS Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature echnicolor M-G-M's ]GREM_ DRAMA! —PLUS— STEWART-LEO RYAN •MEEKER ENAKED SPUR METRO NEWS TUBS, WED & THURS Double Feature . —i :• THE , iracle OF OUR —PLUS— M-6-M'- BOMANTIC COMEDr DlOt' meeting with Mrs. Eric Hall at 638 South Lake. Members of the Huffman Young Women's Auxiliary of the Baptist Churr-h met last week at the home of Miss Vivian Dodson. Those on program were Miss Cora Mae McDaniel, Miss Geraldine Harchel, Miss Patty Hughes, Miss Juanita Nelson, and the hostess. Four guests attending the meet- Ing were Mrs. Etta Cope and daughters. Joyce and Lois, and Shirly Toddman, The hostess served refreshments in the social hour following the meeting. Bast Side Garden club meets at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. Mary gcrap« at Dogwood Ridge. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for KHz & Roxy Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue, LAST TIMES TODAY •3 Paramount News & Cartoon: Tea for Two RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Fred Boyett, Sr. &- Family Mr. & Mrs. Harry Bradley, Jr. & Family Sir. & Mrs. Bill Banister Mr. & Mrs. R. C. Coleman & Family TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY The sensational behind-the-guns story of the break-up of a terror-ruled set-up! ^ ..,„*„JO EISINGER Plus Selected Shorts Cartoon: Cabrallero Droopy RITZ GUESTS Air. & Mrs. Oscnr Fendlcr Mr. & Mrs. Graham Sudbury & Family Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Taylor & Family Mr. & Mrs. Marcus Evrard

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