The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 24, 1951
Page 5
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MONDAY, DECESIBER 24, 1951 Bt/TTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURTER NEWS PAGE Jan* Shelton, Society Editor Repec Miss Chambers 2QtS VOWS In Ceremony In the first ceremony performed in the newly completed Church of Christ building, Miss Mildred Antham Chambers yesterday became the bride of Edwin Powell Stubblefield. Harold F. Sharp, minister of the church, heard the 4:X> p.m. exchange of vows. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. W. C. Shearin of Blytheville. Mr. Stubblefield is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Powell Stubblefield of McMinnville, Tenn. The attendants' gowns in the Yule colors of red and green formed a vivid contrast against the wall of greenery which was dotted with white blooms. As the wedding guests assembled and during the ceremony a program oi nuptial music was heard. Included In the selections were, "I Love You Truly," "The End of a Perfect Day," "Always" and the traditional bridal choruses. The glow of lighted cathedral tapers provided the illumination lor the winter scene. ii Alternating with satin tied floor » basket* of white gladioli, the tapers were arranged in seven branched candelabra, which were entwined In feathery fern. A low bowl of the chosen wedding flower was placed directly behind the kneeling bench on which the nuptial blessing was received. White satin held secure the spray of gladioli placed across the pre dleu and at either side stood trees of fern. Puffs of white «attn designated the family pews. White Satin Gown The bride entered on the arm of her uncle, Raymond C. Riggs, who f«v« her in marriage. Her gown was of lustrom white satin ana was Jwhkmed with & fitted bodice •which ended In a scalloped yoke of •Jumttlly lace. Miniature covered buttons tended along the center bodice line while Identical buttons were used • *o close the fitted sleeves. Her lull aklrt extended into a •weeping cathedral train. Crystal- teed orange blossoms forming a halo held secure her fingertip veil of Illusion. i Her bridal flower was a./single W white orchid attached to a white Bible. Tied Into the narrow satin rlbboni which flowed away into knM length streamers were white bkxnu. For her "something old," the bride wore an antique diamond ring belonging to Mrs. Howard Bowen. Bmerald green and American beauty were the colors chosen to complete the Christmas tableau. Miss Jane Shelton attended as maid of honor and was dressed in Arneri- o»n Beaut;. 'Dressed' in formal gowns of emerald green satin and net were bridesmaids MLss Imogene May- Bard of Mountain Home, Miss Betty Dodds. and Miss Mary Pat Robson. Kay Shearin attended as her sister's Junior bridesmaid. Maid*' Coitumei They all wore period gowns o taffeta. The gowns which were worn over hoops were of taffeta and layers of matching net. The satin bodices were overlflic . In matching satin and gathered to .'fe a wide cummerbund. " , Encircling the shoulder were satin itoles and extending from the back •ids were wide ruffles of the satin Tiny shirred bonnets finished the! costumes. They carried colonial bouquets ar ranged in holders of white lace am fluted in French maline. Miss Shelton's was of deep pin carnations surrounding roses. The maline encircling each blooi was of emerald green. The other attendants' bouquets were of d rose carnations set about the o .... - I; ~1^^SHmHHKL^ — Courier News Photo MARRIED YESTERDAY— Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Powell Stubbleflcid are shown at the reception following their 4 pjn. marriage yesterday at the Church of Christ. Mrs. Stubblefield U the former MLss Mildred Chambers. Following their return from a southern wedding trip, they will be at home in Blytheville. ter of Better Tim roses which formed the' central spoke. The junior bridesmaid's was identical to the bridesmaids and was in miniature form. Brother Best Man Charles Stubblefield of McMinnville served as his brother's best man. Ushers were James Gray Stub- blelield of McMinnville, another brother, Raymond Meadows and J. B. Riggs, cousin of the bride. The couple later received the guests at a reception at the Higgs home on Clear Lake Road. Assisting In greeting the guests was mother of the bride, Mrs. Shearin, who wore an afternoon gown of navy blue crepe. Touches of white which adorned the left side were repeated along the hemline and her fitted navy blue hat was dotted in white. She completed her ccstume with accessories of a matching blue. At her shoulder was pinned a lavender orchid. Home, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hal! Stubblefield of Viola, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chambers and Charles Chambers of Cherokee, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bendall of Courtland, Ala., Charles Stub- blefleld, James. O. Stubblefield of McMinvllle, Tenn., Raymond Meadows of Leachville. Coming Events Social Calendar Thunday v Miss Martha Dale Dlxon becomes the bride of John E. Regenold at the First Baptist Church. Friday Formal dance ' in Mirror Room of Hotel Noble at 8:30 p.m. Beth Buckley, Sally Trieschmann, Rosemary Monaffhsn, Nita Rose Hall and Betsy Bell, hostesses. Saturday Ray Robbins and his orchestra plays for holiday dance at Blytheville Country Club. Miss Marilyn Deen becomes the The three-tiered bride's cake cen- ered the table from which the .tests were served. A cutwork cloth overlaid the tale and at either side burned white apers. Festooning the cake base ;ere swirls of greenery dotted with ink carnations. After the bride and groom had ut the first piece of cake, Miss Burleene Brlnn served the guests and Miss Florence Mcore presided \t the fern encircled punch bowl. Assisting in serving the guests vere Mrs. Donald Walters and Miss Virginia Ml&s Opal Riggs, cousin of the bride, presided at the guest book. Leaving later in the evening on wedding trip Mrs. Stubbleiielc changed to a suit of purple gaber.- dine. 'She chose accessories of black and a small hat of winter white At the shoulder line of her'scarle coat was pinned a white orchid. Upon their return the couple wll be at home at 900 West Walnut. Out-of-Lown guests were Miss Imogene Maynarri of Mountain ride of Benjamin M. Lincoln at First Methodist Church. Singing commercials, as well as talk," are eliminated automactically rom radio programs by a new device, its advantage over older devices its ability to distinguish between singing commercials, whose words are very clearly sung, and opera, whose words often are far less clear. Whistle-Speise Vows Said In Church Ceremony OSCEOLA — Ice blue and white decor in the First Presbyterian Church formed the setting for the wedding yesterday afternoon ol Miss Karolyn Rose Speise, (JaughUi of Mr. and Mrs. Adrilson FVank Speise, to Clement Hamilton, Jr Mr. Whistle Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.'Clement Hamilton Whistle of Blytheville. The Rev. Chalmers Henderson read the rouble ring vows, assisted by the Rev. E, H. Hall, minister of the Dell Methodist Church. The ceremony was performed under an improvised arch of white satin with.tee blue tapers encircling the arch. Blue tapers In branched candelabra were at eitlier side. Tall white wicker baskets holding white chrysanthemums and southern smilax sprayed white and tied with blue streamers flanked the steps leading to the altar. The couple knelt on a satin pre- dieu which was adorned with clusters of small white blooms tied in white satin. Ice Blue Gown Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of ice blue satin designed with a smig bodice, and buttoned from the sweetheart neckline to the hem of the gown. From the knife-pleated hipline the full skirt fell into a cathedral train. Her full length veil of illusion was attached to a corded bonnet. The tiny buttons that trimmed the gown were repeated in the tight fitting sleeves which ended in lily points. A single strand of pearls was her ily ornament and she carried hite prayer book with two white rchids attached. The nuptial music was presented y John Herring at the organ and Miss Joanne Laney sang "I Love You Truly" and "At Dawning." During the' service Miss Laney ang -"The Lord's Prayer." Ma Iron of h ono r, Mrs. Joh n ny Crane of Wiison, wore an ice blue nylon net gown over a taffeta pet- icoat arranged over period hoops. The strapless bodice featured i arge shoulder bow and accordion pleated net developing into a stole Her cloche of starched net to match her dress was sprinkled will rhinestones. Her arm bouquet white chrysanthemums was tied in ce blue satin streamers. Maid of honor was Miss Annett Whistle, sister of the groom, an Bridesmaids were Miss Nanc Crane, Miss Mary Anne Crane o Wilson, Miss Vivian Taylor of Bly theville, Miss LnLu Driver and Miss Mary janette Bowen. They wore gowns identical to those of the two honor attendants. Mr. Whistle chose his brather-in- law, Jerry Edwards of Dell as best man. Ushers were Jimmy Henry of Blytheville, Clyde Whistle, Frank Williams, Jr., of Osceola, Bill Rainwater of Walnut Ridge and Byron Bonds of Lepanto. Train bearer was Darrell Crane, Jr. Flower girls, Carolyn Moore and junie Ohlendorf wore gowns identical to those of the other feminine attendants. Sensational Two Piece Harold Stockton Claims Bride In Church Ceremony In keeping with the holiday season were the decorations of red and green used for the 3:30 p.m. ninrriaga yesterday of Miss Margaret Ann Hickey of Newport, to Harold Ray Stockton of Blytheville. The ceremony was performed at the First Baptist Church Kev Blytheville, who presided at the jride's book. Mrs. Hickey, mother of the bride assisting In receiving the guests. She was dressed in a gown of urquois wool jersey with rhinestone Insets. She wore a matching .urcjuois hnt and pinned a purple orchid at her shoulder. Mrs. Paul H. Stockton, mother of the groom was unable lo attend. The couple later 1'eEt on R wedding trip to Memphis and Dallas. Following the bride's graduation from the University of Arkansas Feb. 2 they wilt be at home at 915 Ash Street. For traveling, Mrs. Stockton By Sue Burnett A clever two piecer for juniors that can be worn two ways— with ie scalloped buttoning closed, or pen to show the crisp contrast, hichever Pattern erf orated you prefer. No. S5G6 is a sew-rUc pattern in sixes 11, 12, 3, 14, 16, 18. Size 12, 4!s yards of 9-inch; l',6 yards contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in OIN3, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- iER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 72 W. Quincy S treet, Chic ago 6, 11. Don't miss the Fall and Winter 400 guests. The ring bearers were Dickie Edwards. nephew of the groom, and Larry Watson. Reception for 400 Guests The bride's mother chose for her daughter's marriage R winter white cashmere dress studded with amber beads and worn with a matching hat. Her corsage was of brown orchids; A Sondheim original was chosen by Mrs. Whistle, mother of the groom. Fashioned from black pearl crepe the afternoon gown featured a scooped neckline, and an ornate bugle bead and embroidery trim which was repeated along the drape skirt line. Her accessories were of navy blue and Khe also was presented an arrangement of orchids. The bride's table was overlaid with an imported cloth. The four tiered wedding cake used as the centerpiece was decorated with lily of the valley and was topped with a bride's bouquet of lily of the valley and stephanotis, Encircling the cake was a white net ruffle with tiny nosegays of Illy of the valley. White tapers in branched silver candelabra were set at either side of the cake. Presiding at the punch bow were Mrs. Clyde Whistle. Miss San dm Butler and Miss Anne Massey in Newport, by the Charles F. Wilkins. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. William R. Brooks of Newport nnc Henry Kyle Hickey of Oxford, Miss. and Osaka, Japan. Illuminating the scene were flickering red tapers burning In tiered candleabra. Baskets of silvern! holly and red ruscus adorned the altar where the wedding party assembled and marking the family pews were bows o( scarlet satin caught in sprigs of holly. Mrs. Gus Jowers. organist, and Paul Brown, vocalist, presented the program of nuutinl music. Mr. Brown sang, "ThrouRh the Years," "Because," and "The Lord's Prayer. " Mrs. Jack E. Bailey of San Antonio. Tex., served as matron of honor and attending bridesmaids were Miss Virginia Haws of North Little Rock, and Miss Maxine Atkinson of Newport. They wore gowns of ballemia length fashioned or layers of wispy red and white nylon net poised over white taffeta. The strapless bodices were covered with matching net stoles and their Juliet caps of Imported white lace were sprinkled in red sequins. They carried red carnations held in bows, of silver satin. Mr. Hickey escorted his daughter to the altar, where he gave her in marriage. Satin, Lace Gown Her bridal gown was of imported whit* satin and chantilly lace and also was of ballernia length. The bodice and yoke was fashioned from the lace which was arranged over the glimmering satin. A Juliet cap held secure her veil of illusion and she carried a prayer book mounted with a white orchid. Lt. Jack E. Bailey of San Anonio served as best man. j'oe W. ugan of St. Louis and Billy Hall lark of Wynne acted as ushers. Mr. and Mrs. A. Snow, grandpar- nts of the bride, entertained im- changed to a suit of brown gaber- dme worn with accessories of brown and beige. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I'EMISCOT COUNTY, MISSOURI James Auburn Moore, an Infant, by Charles Bates, Guardian and Curator, and Ophelia Bales, Ptfs. vs. No. 15.844 Veva Moore. Virginia Chitman, Gladys Whitlcy, Lonnie Jane White, Laura Whftfield. Aubrey Williams, Fred Kellcy and Mrs. Fred Kellcy, Dits. NOTICE OF SIIKIUFK'S SALE IN I'AKTICII'iVnON By virtue nnd authority of order of Court made and entered of record in the Circuit Court of Pemts- cot County, Missouri, on the 7th day of December, 1951. a certified copy of which was duly delivered to me by the Clerk of said Court on the same day, and by which order, I, the undersigned Sheriff of Pctn- and County, Missouri, was ordered and directed lo sell the following described property, located and situated in Pemiscot County, Missouri, lo wit: Lots 17 to 2-1, Inclusive, In Block 3, of Echols and Cobb Addition to Slcelc, Pemiscot County, Missouri. Lot 8, In Block 5, West Side Addition to Btecle,. Mo. Lot 1, In Block 2. of Kelley's Third Addition to Steele, Mo. Lota 1 »nd J, of K.eMiy'i Third Addition to Steele, Mo., Block 3. Lot 7, Block 3, Kelley'» Third Addition to Steele, Mo. Lot 11, in Block 1. of Knlght'i Replat Number II, Steele, Mo. Lot 1, Block 7, West Side Addition to Steele. Missouri. Northwest 47 (eet of Lot 4, Block 1, Burton's Addition to Steele, Mo. To the highest bidder for cash and for the purpose of partition of the proceds among the parties to this suit, and thereupon to report the sale of said property to the Honorable Circuit Court of PemiB- cot County. Missouri. Now, therefore, this Is to give nolce that I will, on Saturday, the 19th day of January, 1952, between the hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon and five o'clock In the afternoon of that day, at the East front door of the Cunty Court House in Caruthersvllle, Pemiscot County, Missouri, and during the session of said Circuit Court at Caruthersvilte, Missouri, sell at public vcndue for cash, to the highest bidder, all of the right, title, interest and estate of the above named plaintiffs and defendants in and to said real estate for the purposes herein stated and set out. E. P. Claxton. Sheriff of Pemiscot County, Missouri 12I24-31-1|7-14 Grain sorghum, raipdly becoming an important American crop, provides feed for livestock either as grain or forage. . Immediately ding, the Mrs. Mavis Settlemlre, sister of th groom, had charge of the gues book.' Following the reception the cou mediately following at, their home, •ith a reception for the guests. A maderia cloth overlaid the jride's table, which was centered with the three tiered wedding cake opped wilh the figures of a bride ind groom. A crystal punch bow! was arranged on the table and red candles burned In crystal candle- abra. Assisting with the reception was Miss Virginia Swearengen of Try Our Famous JUMBO FAN TAILED FRIED SHRIMP Exclusively at the RAZORBACK FASHION. It contains 48 pages o! new styles simple lo make (rocks for all age.s; decorating tricks; gift patterns printed inside the book- Send 25 cents today. BEAUTIFUL CUT STONE HOUSE On Highway 61 North Open for Inspection December 23 to Dec. 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