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'AGE>OD* BLYTHEVIM.K (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1947 octets Society Editor i PhoM 461 iss-Modinger ^iecomes Bride Louis i anon J , „ a "brilliantly solemnized cere-' ,,,-• i«ony this morning at 10 o'clock at * ttie Church o[ the immaculate Ctaoeeptib'n! Miss ^Maudie. Marie MDdinger r daughter Q' ML and Mrs Cornelius Modingcr,' became 't£e bride of Peter James Lauman ol New, prleans ...... ""The B^v. B Francis .,McD:vitt, pastor, assisted t\ the Rev. Paul >Bujirslu, assistant pastor officated, Vows were said in the presence qj a large number .. of relatives lipd friends of the couple, includ- tog ma! y from out of town.. .'. • jrThe chancel was lighted by the ; aoft glow of many candles and decorated wilh white flowers and greeners. Altar \ases and white! wicker i baskets were filled- with | gladioli, pcmpcin chrysanthemums, gypscpm'la and giant chrysanthemums ..and, arranged with Wood- wardia., trees to form the backgiou: d Th* same flowers wera piucert on the chhfcel rail in an unusual w'ndcv, box effect with single | •"hite tapers burning" at each side. I i. The white l- r i" dieu was covered t with brocaded satin and white Cihdlcs N m "ind"'ab'ra. Clipper sa: tin bows and sprays of gladioli marked the carpeted aisle down, which ..the bridal 'party walked. ] f Nuptial nusl" wnj> presented by; Sister M Deloros. organist, and [ Henry Dodd vocalist. For the pro- j ees^iona) the Bridal chorus" from 'Lohengrin"' by Wagner was heard aiid for the recessional. Sister Deleros pl$yed^ Merdelssohn's '"Wedding March" from "A Midsummer Night t Cream i We^rs Sitin Gown ; The.iteide..was given in tr>arriasc by her-ifather: She wore a Ruchejs ' .satin gown -with a portrait neck- [ l(no and .fitted bodice buttered lo the waistline . in , the ba?k with tiny self-covered'buttons. The long siceve£~carr.e to a point over the Hands and 1113 full skirt, r-^sed over hcops-with according of selfj materia'Vat the" hipline. extended: into a ""court' Irani ' • i Her full length veil of imported French illusion worn by other \ brides in the family; fell from a | tiara and wes cauglit to the back' of he/'head with a narrow uand cf orange"blossom. At her throat she wor^ a stiand bf ' pearls. A gift of ."the .bridegroom/and cnr- ntd hei- mother's wedding hand\ kerchief: ..•.:.. She carried a_ivhitc. Prayer Book rn'.'Uiited with goldthroatcd. while BlytHeville Girl Takes Vows 3ridc-elect Honored .; 3y Mary Frances Nurih: "* . The Mirror Room of the Hotel Noble was the setting last last night when Miss Mary Frances Nmm entertained in compliment to Miss Hetty Jane Smith with a linen shower and dessert bridge. Miss Smith -will become the bride of Everett Peterson Aug. 3t. Each of the small tables was centered with a miniature bouquet of pompom asters and chrysanthemums, The guest of honor wore a corsage of white glamclias. a gift of the hostess. Miss Frances Shousc won high and Miss Gnil Eich received second high score In the bridge games. Mrs. Fowler Hostess To CBC Club, Guests Mrs. Leiidennic Fowler was hostess yesterday to members of the CBC Club and Ihree guests other lhan members, Mrs. Fred Bean, Mis. T. W. Neal and Mrs. Joe Travis. During the afternoon games Mrs. Paul Byrum won high score, Mrs. R. A. Copeland received second and Mrs. T. W. Neal won rooko. Following the games the hostess served a salad plate. - • v '•• Susan Human Observes Birthday With Party • I Eusau Human, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Paul Human, was hon! orcd on her filth birthday"yesterday with a party which 16 of her .small friends attended. During the afternoon-the guest' 1 participated In various games and amusements. The hostess served refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream. Patsy Jane Robinson Will Wed in September OSCEOLA, Aug. 23.—Plans for the wedding of Miss Patsy Jane Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrison Robinson of Keiser, to Joseph Allen Emerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allen Emerson 'of Little Rock, were announced today". The wedding will take place at the home of her parents' September 2 at 5 o'clock In the afternoon with the Rev. Phuris J. Halifield. pastor of the First Methodist Church at Keiser, officiating'. - . She will be given in marriage by |ier brother. Bits of News PetAo.ua. I MRS. PETER JA1MKS LAUMAN shoulder corsages of orchids. Among o •. P' 1 was thq bride's grandmoth- OOl'Onty UlVlS ,'io,,,white .stephn.-. : ' ,chcs= ' brchids ...,,. ...„..__.,. nctis f"adl"li bUsssriis. tuid : but- 'feather terfly orchids'* from • which"' fell ] Ease of streamers of white satin ribbon I ers. tied with the butterfly orchids. Mrs.":R. 'W. Vrska was her .sister's matron of honor. Her dress was of cameo 'Dink marquisette over taffeta with a bouffant skirt .and fitted: bodice: with a tailored ^neckline and a collar of self ma- ,t^rial. The long Bishop sleeves Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, who Wack.sheer with a black trimmed hat and a cor- plnk rosebuds and feath- C *' r» buppCV , IJailCe i:i bow '«t t:ie back. ..wore, a., picture hat of; The I guests also included ttshads of marquisette! bridcgrccm's father; Mrs. D. iwere caught to a tight, cuff at the wrist. She. ; ,the tama and -carried- a fan' of heavenly | Lewis ' and infant son, blue maline adorned with tiny Mrs. A. B. Simon, Mrs. satin r'bbons a if. a corsage qf Pa- Lulhilb, Mr. 'and Mrs. • Augusts tncia pink asters .and blue sar-JEufhilo Jr.. Mrs. William Hodg- d"nias c-nterec! with a fragile) son. William Hodgson Jr., mid wha> and j-i- k rubrum tub-r ses lined the fan ribs and a semi-shower fell from the satin bow at the;handle. Clencia Lee Poetz;..young rtaugli- Mr and •Mrs.-.-G. O. Poetz, Something new in hi'.arious par- tics was 'the "sock supper" given last n:jht by -Alulvi Bcia members SiRina Phi sorority at The Hut. Brightly colored pairs of so-ks tied with satin ribbcns and filled with sandwiches and other feeds a bl,c., felt hat with a large sat- -re ai^ned-j^^tl^me,, by Following the reception Mr. und Mrs. Lnunian left for a wedding o f Epsilon trip, after which they will make their hcme in New Orleans. For traveling, the bride wore a grey gabardine suit trimmed with sil- ler b'.ittcms Uack accessories and I son. Blue j Mrs. Emil Hcbci I leans; Miss Mary Jr., nil of New Rcichniann popular glib-toiigucd . '"Doc:" uean. The highest bidder lor the cac j, ):a j r was the supper partner M. for the girl who hud prepared the Connie, "sock supper." Aujuste Mjn laler donncll tl)elr j.,,,^ relied up their pam;; legs and danced with their hcslesses and the ether gucsis lo the tnnc.> ol the Ol- nnd ! Miss Rita Cissell. both of St. Louis. ter of who was th- junior bridesmaid, Were a rejli'-a of airs. Vrska's dress and carried a miniature fan bou- [•uet like that of the matron ihohor. Carl Coqper of,New'Orleans served Mr Laumari.2s best man nnd grc'msmen^ were: Cornelius MD- omger.Jr Brother of '.the bride and William M. Hodgson of New Orleansj her uncle. • ; E«ceptioii is Held Mr anfl Mrs." Modingcr entertained *ith T .reception followir» the ceremony at their home at 1043 In ins living r^cm j-.ike bDX in a bail rcom attractively decorated in blite and white. Revival Services Begin in Manila Wednesday Night Coming Event* MONDAY Woman's Missionary Society r>f the First Baptist Church will meet Revival services which will begin j|in Circles at the homes of the Wednesday night at Manila Bap" following people: Circle One. with list Church will be conducted by Mr.5. Kendall Berry; Circle Tw", the Rav. I. M. Prince, pastor ol the with Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer; Circle First Baptist Church o! Faragould. Three, with Mrs. Charles Ray New- D. Wood of Parasould will lead comb, Circle Four, with Mrs. R. w. .•-- Wcoten; Circle Five, with Mrs. Chailcs Neucomb;; and Circle Six v.-lth- Mrs. M. P. Maxwell. Young Woman's Auxiliary ol First Baptist Church will meet at i 7::; p.m. at the home ot Mr». i C. E. Johnson. 1332 Hearn St. baskets Mrs. C. W. Alforri will entertain Her matron of honor and only attendant will be her sister. Mrs. Charles p. Wickard of Little Rock. Mr. Emerson will serve- his soil- as best man. • t The bride-elect is a graduate of Gulfpark School at Oulfport. Miss., and is a student at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. She is a member of the Delta Delta Delta \ sorority. -<•• Mr. Emerson Is a student In the University of Arkansas, and a merrfi ber bf the Sigma Chi fraternity'/ He served two.years In the Arme'tf Forces. Following the wedding a recep-: tion will be held. Many out of town guests are expected to attend. Mary Alice Kueter Here From Panama Canal Zone Miss Mary Alice Kueter has arrived from Balboa. Panama Canal Zone, where she and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kueter and family, foimerly of Blytheville. arc making their home. She will visit Mrs. John Wagnan, Mrs. Agnes Lane, Mrs J. B. Clunc and Miss Margaret Taschncr here. Mr.s. Carl Bass in Lcpanto and other relatives in Helena ami Paragould. She will later join her mother and sister. Joan, in Rogers, where they are visiting this Summer, before re-entering school at | St. Mary's o[ the Spring in Coiutn- bus, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haliies have returned Irom a three week vacation spent in Batlle Cieek, Mich.. Chicago, lit., and other points. Mrs. J. B. Williams and son, Ronnie, and Mrs. Jessie Vlnson returned Thursday from a' visit to Walnut Ridge and Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Schercr and daughter, Jeanninc Jjavo left for a two-week vacation to Ne* York, Washington,-D. C., and other points of interest In the East and the New England states. Mrs. George E. Bclote and sons. George and Eugene BeJbte of Memphis returned home this morning after having been the guests this past week of Mr. and Mrs. • Ed Kelotc and family. Katherlnc Belote rclurned home with them to spend a week. i Mr. and Mrs Louis Lansky rc- lurnrd yesterday Irom a trip'to St. I Louis. v j' Mr. and Mrs. George Pollock Jr.. I and son. George III. will leave tomorrow for Et. Louis where they will spend a few days. , Stanley Miner, son of Mr. and I Mr.s. Morris Kcllncr has returned! home from camp. 'Mrs. Riisscili Oainos and Mrs. I Lucicn Cniiics returned home from ! Warm Springs. Oa., yesterday.They were accompanied home by Mona Joy Gaincs,.'who has been in the Wnrin Springs Infantile Paralysis Foundation tor the past Uo months undergoing-im operation. Her condition is much improved. Miss Nora , Evelyn Jecter of Jonesboro is the- weekend guest of Miss Nuncy Partlfjw and Miss Anne Wccdman. Miss Marctla Beeman of Clarks- dalc is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joe Sluinks, Mr. Shanks and family for •a brief time. Mr.s. W, B. Tanner is spending a brief visit in Helena this week. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. ' Matthews, accompanied by their son, John E. Matthews o[ Tunica. Miss., have returned to their homes after vacationing in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman have returned home after spending a vacation In North and South Dakota and on the lakes of Minnesota. 'Mrs. Alice Keith is in Jonesboro .o spend the weekend as guest of Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Gverstrect, and son. Tcm. i The son hsvn lo Mr. and Mrs. Billy Chapman. Aug. 5, has been named Neeiy Russell, He is their first child. Mrs. Chapman is the lormcr Miss Lila Hudson. •Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Gpradley have returned from a three weeks tour ot the West. They visited in Washington. California, Boulder Dahi nnd Yellowstone National Park. At The Hospitals BLYTIIEVILLK HOSPITAL, Admitted: Mrs. William Northern, Holland, Mi). J. T. Norton, cily. Kjiinlc Sue Russell, Steele, Mo. Dismissed: ( Mrs. Dewey White, Pasacoula, Mo. Mrs. Luther Powers and baby, Haytl, Mo. Earl McGregor, city. David Harmon, city. Billy Robinson, Steele. Mr.s. A. A, Hardy and baby, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Edward Barnes, Rt. 3-, city. Mis. 'Steve Calverl and baby, Rt. 1. city. Mrs. Lester Reams, Rt. 1. city. ' Marie Hichardson, Steele. Mrs. Jack Lang and baby, HI. 1, city. METIIOniST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: ' Mrs. Josiah Fort, Washington, D. C. MLKMOKK CLINIC, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. J. W. Miller, Joiner. C. E. Lloyd, Osceola. ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. Elizabeth Haskelt, Joiner. Charles Moore Receives Bachelor of Arts Degree I Charles Moore, son of Mr. and rtrs. Ross Moore, has received his bachelor ot Arts degree In psycho- ogy from the University of Mississippi, Oxford. Mr. Moore, who completed his college work through a correspondence course, was unable to attend the graduating exercises held last night at the University. Now connected with the personnel department of Arkansas- Missouri Power Company, he is a veteran of Air Corps service. Kayo Anita Veach Wed To Caruthersvillc Man James Tull Will Speak At First Baptist Church The Rev. James E. Tull of New York City, formerly of Blytheviilc, will l>e guest speaker tomorrow night at First Baptist Church services. The church pastor, the Rev. E. C. Brown, will be in Wilson to conduct a Revival meeting beginning there tomorrow night. The Rev. and Mis. Tull, the for mcr Miss Virginia Tompkins, and their two children wilt be gue.sts of Mrs. Tull's mother. Mrs. J. P. Tompkins, and other relatives at Uurdette until mid-Fall. Two Hostesses Give Luncheon tor Bride-elect OSGEOLA Aug. 'i't—The first ot a series of parties to be given foi Miss Patsy Jane Robinson of Kci- ser. bride-elect ot Joseph Aller Emerson of Little Rock, was given Tuesday in Little Rook when. Miss Mary Ross McFaddin and Miss Alice Nc-.vtcn entertained 12 guescs will a luncheon at the Hotel Freiderica The guest of iionor was presented a silver sandwich tray as a gilt Ircm the hostesses. She was smartly dressed in printed silk with white accessories the chancel rail nnil palms. nn d wore a corsage of white garri- and Woodwardia trees mado enias. The wedding of Miss Rayo Anita Vcach. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Veach of Manila, to Russell Edwards, son of Mrs. Alf Morgan of Caruthersville, Mo., was solemn- ised in a' double-ring cercmor.y last Sunday afternoon at the Lost Cnne 1 Baptist Church. The Rev. F. M. Sweet, Methodist minister, officiated in the presence of a large number ol relatives and friends of the couple. Jackson vines were entwined about ferns, the background for arrangements of white gladioli and tapers m branched candelabra. | Pre-nuptial music was presented' by Mrs. Hattie Mae Grimes, pianist and Mrs. W. E. Lawhorn, vocalist, who sang "I Love You Truly," by Bond. I The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white tropical worsted two-piece' suit. Her was a white halo straw with a short veil. She carried a white Bible topped with a purple-throated orchid with streamers of lilies of the valley and baby gardenias. Miss Theo Vcach was her sister's Osceo/o News Among those who attended the Moat this week were, Mrs. C. E Dean, Mrs. E. R. Mason, Mrs. W E. Hunt, Mrs. Walter Driver, J Lilian Patterson, Miss Emilie Mas on, Miss Betsy Covingtori, Mis Anne Brooke. Miss Jean Pigg. Mr and Mrs. Myron Nailing, and Mi hat an d Mrs. J. A. Rigg. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Maxws and Miss Glynda Maxwell spen several days this week in Fayette villc. Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Smith i Eapulpa, Okla., are visitors in t! home of the Rev. and Mrs. L-. 1 Lawrence. Mrs. Smith is the siste They were accompanied by Mrs. Lane were groomsmen. maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Letha Horner of Homers-' of Ml 's. Lawrence." \ille, Mo., and Miss Nadine At-j Mrs - C. E. .Sullenger has returr kinson of Manila. Their dresses c(i lo her home after several day were in pastel shades of linen vlsil m Little Rock. and each wore a Vhite carnation 1 Mr - and Mrs - J - A - Crostlv.vait corsage. i il "d daughter. Betty Jo, and Mnrth Donald Veach, uncle of the bvide. served . as best man and J. D. Daubs of Dsll and Billy Mack Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. 1'hone 2308 { or Complete Protection Against AH INSURABLJE HAZARDS Phone 3545 W. J. POLLARD AGENCY Glencoe Hotal Bldg. 124W. AshSh SCREEN Most sizes now DOORS in stock. E. C. Robinson Mir. Co. Ebb H. Carson Tax Consultant Tax Reports—Accounting Room 21, Lynch Bldg. Write P. O. Box 939 Phone 2940 BfytheviHe Gartim of >Friedricktown, Mo., lilld Miss Jonn Chandler'of Hu^o. fj° l °.,; airs. Josiah Port of Washington, ip. C. who underwent a major operation nt the Methodist Hospital in Memphis, is recuperating at th? home of her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hughes .niotorsd down for her yesterday. Mrs. 'J. A. Leech spent yesterday in Mesnphis. f -Miss Marguerite Matthews of Blytheville. Miss Dob Williams of Cwensboro. Ky.. nnd Mr. and Mrs. B; S. Simmons of Dell have returned to their homes after vacationing in the South and West. They went to points in Mississippi and Louisiana, spent a week in the Pio Grande valley at McAllcn, Texas and en route home stopped in The couple left immediately ter the ceremony for a brief trip. -. af- Dinner Party Given By Mrs. Guy Bryant CSCEOLA. Aug. 23. Mrs. Guy P. Bryant was hostess to nine guests with a dinner party Thursday night when she entertained in compliment to her niece, Mrs. T. P. Hughes of Memphis. The centerpiece for the table was a low white pottery bowl filled with lavender sstos and yellow gladioli. Following the dinner, card games were enjoyed by the guests. Dallas and Hot Jane Rose are vacationing in Biloxi this week. Mrs. W. J. Lewis is a guest of her son, Dr. W. D. Lewis, in Asli- ville. North' .Carolina. . Mrs. Searcy Mears [has joined Mr. Mears in Little Rock for a two-weeks ' stay: - v Mrs. Bob Graves is in Memphis this week to be with her sister. Mrs. Joe Applebaiim, who is a patient in the Baptist Hospital. Mr. pud Mrs. Roy E. Caulcy ol New Orleans are the guests of Mrs. Uauley s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ramsey. San Antonio. Springs. Odom Visits Arkansas WALNUT RIDGE, Ark., Aug. 22 (UP)—Capt. Williamm P. Odom who piloted the "Bombshell" on two round-the-world flights flew the famous ship to the air base here yesterday. He spent severa' liours purchasing parts for the p-4~| fighter plane he will pilot in the Bendix air races next week. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN liM ».m. 12:45 p.m 1:39 P Saturday Adventures of Don Coyote with F. Itafferly Serial "Jack ArmMronfi" No. 1 and' Short Conl'd Shows Sat. 12:50 to 11:30 singing. The .public is invited lo attend all services, which will begin at 7:45 p.m., it was announced. of whit^ flowers' and mixed flow- with */ i" |af f el shades.; also orran<*- cd throjigjioijl:; the 'homcU.Centcr- mg the Jbutf et .Jn .; t.rie • d Lriing "i oon i was a CBhgliss' .ba*l or'white glad- lo " as '* f *,an<? n other: flowers. The race dta}»d. table featured a tiered' -fceddingurake lopped with Miss Mary Stic Berryma a miniature bride and bridegroom informal ir.orning party. R Placed on. a mirrored plruiue Avalon Bunco club will be e cntedf hly candles and adiantum leitaincil by Mrs. Norman lern cntircled;-lht cake and while THURSDAY fhn . i"?"" 1 ™ al cacl1 end of Mra - • !ah " Tyrone will be tnc taV dessert bridge and shcwr.r complimenting Miss Mary Sue Eetrymau. bride-elect. T U ESD A Y Mrs. .Tesse White will be hostess to Club Eight. Mirs Muriel Knurtscn will honor Mary Stic Berrymaii with an ,, en- Sprck. hos- Ech aid. - taw * were Miss Mrs. Henry c-dd .e, and M« ha Fcanoes Stevens of Dell Mrs. ics.s to Gi\B Club. Mrs. J. c. Hucy will cntcr;:tiu tl-c! jollv Eight Club. FRIDAY CBC Club will meet with Mrs. A. Monthly Singing Meet rr^=-'- ^; te'.jsErr'js.:,,, blue father hat 'and Mrs m * n m V*~* ftsiie'ereue'.ji-itl i i •. , r . €s ' Blitl1 wore guests. of KCW Will Be Held Tomorrow Ihs_m3nllVy Peniiscol. County, ir.gins Convention will bb GOOD JOB! 1 Mo.. ;l Mack held tomorrow at WardcU. Mo. •Members of the Southland Qtiar- L-" 1 "- I cite or Radio Station Miss., will be WCMA. featured Pfeon4437T .Night Phones 2527 and 2903 WAEPO IE ELECTRIC W • Complete Electrical Store iring -^ Fixtures - Appliances II? So. Second St.' Blytheville, Ark. ; free Estimates on AH Work Work That'll Please Him Please your lmsh;uid by sending his suits to us. Wo do expert workmanship at moderate prices. 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Open Nights Until 9p.m. Box Office Opens at 7;dd p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:90; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and San< Bargain Night Every Night Except Sltnrclar No panes honored on Sunday »» the Roxr, SATURDAY Stranger from Ponco City with diaries Klarrctt Serial: 'TIiM; Carter" No. 15 ;mtl Short Confd Shows Sal. 12:30 lo 11:30. Sunday and Monday Phone 519 LEE MOTOR SALES Oldsmobile GMC Trucks East End of Main St.

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