The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 1, 1947 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SRPTKMRKR 1, irM7 r Society, NoutA. Emily Wlxaon, Society Editor 9 4«t Charley Vickers, Bride Visiting in Blytheville 1 Guests of Mrs. Carries. Grlinmetl Grimmett ore Tech. Sergt. and Mrs. Charley Vickers. both formerly of Blytheville. who were married in a ceremony Au£. 3 at Montgomery. W. Va. Montgomery is the home of Mrs. Vickers, the former Miss Betty Kin- cftid, who made her home here for three years before returning recently lo Montgomery. She was graduated from high school in Montgomery, sergeant Vickers attended ' Blytheville and Osccola schools and now is stationed at Cherry Point, N. C. Following a two-weeks visit with Mrs. Grimmett and numerous other friends, they will return to W'-'sl Virginia for a brief time before going to Cherry .Point lo make their home wlille he is stationed there. Miss Kathryn Robertson Wed to James Carl Vest Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robertson announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Kalhryn Robertson to James Carl Vest, son of Mrs. Lloyd Kolwyck, and Mr. Kolwyck. The ceremony took place Sunday morning at 8 o'clock at the First Methodist. Church In Hernahdo. Miss. Tlie Rev. J. C. Mason, pastor, officiated. Mrs. Vest's mflid of honor was Miss Dian Cook and Bob Finklcn served Mr. Vest, as best man. The bride wore a two-piece green crepe dress with black accessories. The bride was graduated from | Blytheville High School and is cm- | Betty J. Smith Becomes Bride In Home Rites Miss Betty Jane Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Smith, became the bride of William Everett Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Peterson, in a double-ring ceremony Saturday afternoon at *2 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents on West Kentucky street. The Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of Pint 'Baptist Church, officiated in the presence of the 'two families. Vows were exchanged at an improvised altar of White gladioli interspersed with i-'iein'-.'ry. Single tnuiTS. lighted by Miss Mildred Ann Short, cast a soft £lo\v. Miss Rosemary Child, viojinist. presented nuptial music. She played "Because" and "O Promise Me," and the "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin by Wagner for the processional. Miss Short wore a grey ciepe frock will;, a corsage of pink gardenias and Miss Child chose a black dress and pinned a corsage of pink gardenias at her shoulder. Miss Mary Frances Nunn was the bride's maid of honor. The bride, given in marriage hy her father, wore a pale pink Summer suit wilht brown accessories and carried a white Bible topped with an orchid from which fell a shower of tuberoses tied with white satin ribbon. Her small brown felt i hat hail a veil over the shoulders. Miss Nunn wore a light blue suit with a pink gardenia corsage ami brown accessories. Clarence Webb was Mr. Peter- At The Hospitals nLYTHKVIIJ,E HOSPITAL Admitted: Kathcrlne Davis, city. Junior James, city. Barbara Pale, Htghtower. Mrs Omar Oaslrln, 'city. W. O. Reeves, city. Cius Cooper, Cooter, Mo. . Dismissed: l'\innle Sue Russell, Steele, Mo. Mrs. ICate Stevens. Huffman. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Ralph Nichols an'd baby, city. Mickey Powell. Hayti, Mo. Alice Ham. Gobler, iMrx W. A. Wallers. Dell. Jeanelte Bolln, Armorel. Mrs. Bill Davis. Air Base, city. Mrs. I'. II. Austin. Dell. Mrs. B. V. Wilson, city. Mrs. Louis Proctor, city. Miss Jane Mallory. Caruthersvllle, Mo. Mrs. Arlln Porrish and baby, Dell. Mrs. Wade Ward, city. Will Dildine, Hornersvllle; Mn. BAPTIST HOSPITAL. Memphis. Dismissed: ' a IIV Ilnvcrnn Crews. Osccola. METHODIST HOSI'ITAb. Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. Donald Wci'lu. Osceola. Harold Hill. Osceola. McLKMORE CLINIC. Memph Dismissed: Mrs. N. Doling, Joiner. ployed at Owens Drugs. Mr. Vest ; son's best man. is also a graduate of Blytheville Immediately following High School ami served three years in the Armed Forces. Bride-elect, Fiance Honored At Breakfast Miss Mary ' Sue 'Bcrrynian an'd Howard Graham bf Steele and Ca- ruthersvillc, Mo., who will be married here Sunday, were guests of honor at a family breakfast given yesterday by Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Hays at their home on Hearn Street. Guests were seated at small tables after being served buffet style from the lace-draped dining table. A iow silver bowl filled with Radiance 'roses formed tin effective centerpiece for the men table and pink rosebuds in crystal bud vases centered the smaller tables. Attractive arrangements of roses were (ilaccd throughout entcrthinins rooms. A gift was presented to the honor-guests by their host and hostess. Pictures of the group were taken during the morning. In addition to members of the families, members of the bridal party were also present. Mrs. Hays was assisted in sen-Jug by her sister, Miss Mary Dawson, of Marked Tree. An out-of-town guest v;as Mrs. Onie Graham of Steele, •mother of the bridegroom-elect. • • • Informal Drop-in Given For Mary Sue Berryman Arrangements 'of beautiful Sum-i mcr flowers formed an effective i setting yesterday 'when Mrs. Jclml P. Lenti and Miss Barbara Culli-j son entertained with an informal! drop-in to compliment Miss Mary Sue Berryman. whose marriage to Howard Alvin'Graham will be sol-i emnizcd next Sunday. Bouquets of asters and marigolds carried out the yellow colnr theme in the living room and the dining table, from which party foods and iced drinks were served. The table was centered with a crystal bowl of white phlox flanked by white tapers. The guest of honor was presented an aster corsage and a gift of silver In her pattern from the hostesses. Also assisting the hostesses was Miss Cullison's mother. Mrs. Era Cullison of Memphis. the ceremony, a reception was held. The dining room was decorated with bouquets of gladioli mid step- htiuotls and other white Summer flowers, also arranged throughout, the home. The lace-draped table Icwlurecl a threc-tiergd wedding- cake topped with figures of a miu- ature bride and bridegroom and was decorated with burning white candles arranged fern and llowers Presiding at this table was Mrs. John Weathers of Montgomery, Ala., sister of the bride, and Mrs. Elmer Lindscy, assisted by Miss Short and Miss Nunn. Following a brief wedding trip Mr. and Mi-s. Peterson will make their home here. William J. Fitzhugh Returning to College William J. Fitzhiigh, who has served as lay reader at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church here during the Summer, left today for Sewanee, Tenn., where he will be a senior at the School of Theology, University of the South. He will be accompanied by Mrs Fitzhugh and their young son. Jordan, who have made their home here also this Summer. Former Biytheville Man Will Marry Kansas Girl Of social Interest, here is I he announcement of the ciiBagcmcnl and approaching marriage of Miss Jenn Louise Klussinan, daughter of Mrs. Charles H. Klussinan "of Topekn. Kans., to Charles Galloway Morc- heatl of Conwny, formerly of Blytheville. The wedding will take plane Sept. l.i at 8 o'clock in the evening at the J first Methodist Church in Topcka. I A reception will be held 1 immediately afterword in I lie church parlor. Mr. Morchead was band director and English teacher at Hlyth'eville High-School before entering the Army and now Is connected with the Veteran's Administration in Conway. • • • /. C. Lowes Are Guests At Colorado Jaycee Event This Summer's vacation trip was i extra special one for Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lowe and their Iwo sons, Jimmy and Jerry. They visited Mr. and Mj-s. Russell Sarham anct-daughter, Miss Wnntla Barham at Colorado Springs, Colo., where they moved this Spring from Blytheville. and were guests at the Junior Chamber of Commerce •chuck-wagon", annual social event, at the Garden of the Gods near Colorado Springs. « Most outstanding part of the affair the Lowe's thought .was n program given by Chief Old Eagle. Princess Little Eagle and Little Old Eagle, native Indians. Chief Old Eagle and his five-year-old son presented their traditional war dance while Princess Little Eagle sang the "Indian Love Song" and the Chief performed the difficult hoop dance. The Lowes also visited in Denver and other points In Colorado. Church Youths Launch Drive for Old Clothes You can't decide whether to make the old clothes over for little sister, or junior nmybe, or send them to cousin Sue in case she can tise them, or Just throw them away? The Senior Department of the First Methodist church has the answer. Con- irfbute them to the Clothing for Overseas Relief drive which they launched today. The clothes will be sent directly in Miss Rutli Lawrence in Warsaw, Poland, a Methodist missionary who Is serving there. Those who have old clothes to give may call 3351 and they will be picked up. Tills is only one of the many projects that, the youth of the Methodist Church have been participating in. Yesterday they completed a drive for meals far Millions, for the foundation by that name. The youths, with the adults or the church, sent J52.50 to the foundation, which will furnish 1,750 meals. A tmtrious meal can'bc_ furnished for three cents. Bits of News Harold Rand of New York City I Airport News i | Lawrence RolxMt Reese, 20. of 1 .lonesboro. who was killed yesterday | ui Trinnann In a plant crash, and i his wife were visitors at the Municl- | pal Airport here Saturday. He was i en route home from Martin, Tenn. Wallace Hoke received his pri- I rate pilot's license last week. I l.loyd Porter, crop duster with parents. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Hosenthal. lie came by plane. Jetty Morgan returned jcstfi'-l day to Arkansas Stale Colll'mr i;l' Jonesboro after sepcndiiu$ tlir"ej weeks here with his parents, Mr. I and Mrs. J. J. Morgan. He was \ motored over by ihc.ni. j Mrs. Tom MeF.lroy of' Flint, | Mich., and Misses Normn nnd i Bonnie Grace of Bernle, Mo., are! visiting their sister, Jobe, Mr. Jobe and Springs last week with J. R. Stoval) in a Cessna. C. V. Sebaugh Hew to St. Louis in his Navion lust week. Miss Bonnie l*ee of Peorin, 111.. HyiiiK in a charted plane to New- Orleans, was a visitor here last week. Pilot of the Cessna HO in which she was riding was Melvln Sclnill. Other transient pilots who landed here last week Included John C. Mrs. Paul i Hrownlcc and Neil B. Berkotl. both daughleis. i of Wichita, Kan., and both flying Sue and Kay. . Cessna MO's. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. ITnlcy have returned from a 10-day visit 1-1 Avery. 'I'ex., where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Unify and family. They were accompanied on their trip by Mr. and Mr-;. T. C. Helm of Memphis. En rcnilc home they visited .Mr. and Mr.-. If. H. Haloy and family In stumm Springs, and went on 11 sljjlil-stv- Ing tour Into Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Bruckin an-l son. Smith Jr., have returned from lienton, where they visited relatives. They also visited Mr. am! Mrs. U'sllc Uixon and family m Mon-llton. The Ilev. Bernard A. Brnekh; left this weekend to attend I/T College at Cleveland, Tenn. Miss Barbara Cullison and M:P. Tolly Stewart left this mornin'; lor Arkansas State College at. Joncsboro, where Miss Cnllisoii will be a freshman and Miss Stewart will enter her sophomuiv year. Mrs. John P. Lcntl motored Miss Cullison over and they were accompanied by Mrs. Eva Cuiii- son of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stewart Sr.. motored their claughtcr over. Louis Isaacs, and not Louis Applebanm as stated in Saturdays Courier News, will make a tour ol Western United States and Canada. He left Saturday from St. Louis, from where the tour will begin. It includes stops In Colorado Springs, Santa Fe. Aluci - queqiie, Grand Canyon San uieco. Los Angeles. Hollywood, Lake Louise and other points in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. car] Bailey jr.. returned this afternoon to their home in Little Rock after having been the weekend guest of., her mother, Mrs. D. M. Cutler. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Launnn returned yesterday after a wedding trip to points of interest in I he Osceola News Mr. and Mrs. Hunt Moore of Wilson are parents of a daughter born .Saturday in Ripon, Wise. She has been named Kathcryn Hunt. They are also parents of a son. Mrs. Klhyle Lowrance of Port Worth, Texas. Is the guest of Mr. mid Mi.s. II. E. Fletcher. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Butler have as their houscguest Mrs. G. M. fiiic- carella of Nashville, Tenn. I-:. S. Morgan Jr., of Nashville joined Mrs. Morgan here Saturday and yesterday they returned to their home after a brief visit with Mrs. Morgan's grandmother, Mrs. Beii F. and family. Jot; McNeill of Dallas, Te.v.. has arrived lo spend, several days with his parents. Mr.' and Mrs. W. W. McNeil), an'd other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. O. St. Lawrence and two sons, Don and Jerry, of Los Angeles, Calif., arrived this morning to spend six weeks with Mrs. St. Lawrence's mother Mrs. Bertie iHawks an'd son, Randall. They plan to go to New Britton, Conn., and New York City before returning home next month. I Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Scrantom and! son. Bill, left Saturday to return to their home in Jacksonville, Pla., after spending 10 days with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Webb and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wroten are at home after visiting her sister in Brinkley and friends at various oilier points in the state. C. W. Aflliek lias returned home after spending three weeks at Battle Creek, Mich. Maureen Morris, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, will leave Wednesday for Nashville Tenn., where she will be a sophomore at St. Cecilia Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morrow and children, John and Mary Helen Johnson "" Sam S. Anderson of Helena was Die guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs, hobert L. Naming. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Davis and sons left today for their new liotne in Laurel. Miss., where Mr. Davis Is engaged in business. Mis. J. W. Cartwrlghl und Mr. and Mrs, Charles R. C'oleman were among those who attended ihe wedding of James W. Curtwiight in in Memphis Saturday. Condition of William Bard IM- rlngton HI. who has been ill at his ho.ine. Is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. R. 13. Langslon nro vacationing in Peoria and Chicago. 111., for a week. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Hcsley of Chicago are vlsiling Mrs. Hesley's sister. Mi-s. George Kdrington. nr«| brother. Percy W. Allen. Mrs. Dick Prewilt is visiting her mother. Mrs. J. 11. Talbot in Heydel this week. Miss Betty Jean Coleman will leave Wednesday for Fnyetteville, where she is a student at the University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sullivan Jr., of St. Louis were weekend guests of Mr. Sullivan's father, Leon Snl- livan Sr. Read Courier News Wi.nt Ads. Sdves Baby V Dorothy. Briggs, Chicago housewife, shows how she'used artificial respiration to save her 7- v.'cck-old nephew from suffocating. A diaper had become twist- ccl around the infant's neck. •• SALIBA CLINIC OPEN Dr. Saliba has returned to Blytheville and will resume practice immediately at his clinic lo- cated at 128 East Kentucky. Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 MOSS BRYAN PRESENTS Newly Acquired Modern and Antique Merchandise From His Recent Eastern Trip THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Slrcct Meetings The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at- tl p.m. tomorrow at the Legion Hut. The Royal Neighbors will meet tonight with Mrs. Mamie Brls'tcr at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Entopia Whitworth will be hostess to the Weslyan • Service Guild when they meet tomyht at the First Methodist church [cr he regular monthly meeting. Mis Mamie I* Adams is in charge of he program. Pigeon racing is a great sport in Ireat Britain, where IpOBOO regis- ercd fanciers race 4.000.000 birds mcler club rules. OM\rks. They will be the utiests! of Johnson City, Tenn., spent the here for several days of Mrs. Lau-1 weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. evir-i*-'- A - Cunnlngh'am. nelins Modingcr. before eoinif to| Bi " Tn:n Brooks, son of Mr. and at LaPnyette. La., where they will make lh£Ir home this Winter while Mr. Lauman is a student Louisiana Tech. Billy Brown arrived home Saturday night from Rlillwatcr. okla., where lie has been atinului^ Oklahoma A. and M.. to visit liis mother. Mrs. E. j. Brown, an:! family., Condition of Ben Kenneth Young son of Mr. and Mrs. linford Yn.im,' who underwent „ tunsillcctomv Friday at. the Eye Kar. N O . S ,, nml Throat Clinic In Memphis, is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Orr of lege Station. Tex., arc this week hcrp as guests of relatives. Mi. and Mrs. R. !. [falev and family, and Mrs. \v. r . Mrs. Travis Brooks, is seriously in the Baptist Hospital in CSflemphis, where he was admitted Friday. His condition was somewhat better today. Mrs. Delia Sawyers of San Anlonio. Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sawyers and family of Austin, Tex. arrived yesterday to spent! Remember . . . The dignified simplicity of our funeral services are always remembered. HOLT FUNERAL HOME Mrs Col- spending 10 days as guests of Mr. and A Boonc Hall. Mrs. John T. Perkins of Ham- mnnd. La., is honseguest of her sister. Mrs. j. D. Craig. Mr and Mrs. Burks Barker and neice and nephew. Betty Jean and Bobby Ishmacl of Joncsboro. have returned from a vacation spent in .Monterrey. Mexico, and along the Cinlf coast. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zackery In Orr! 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