The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1951 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 28, 1951
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FAGE TWO (ARKi) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, Jane Shelton, Society Editor Nuptial Vows Repeated In Church Ceremony Rows of cathedral tapers, tinted to palest pink, lighted the First Baptist Church yesterday for the 4 p.m. marriage of Miss Martha Dale Dixon to John Edward Reynold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marshall Regenold of Armorel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Tipton Dixon of Sikeslon, formerly of Blytheville. The Rev. E. C. Brown officiated at the double ring ceremony. Ai the guests assembled L. T. Moore presented the program of organ music. Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann wns vocalist nnd ns Ihc couple Xnelt for the nuptlnl blessing. U. C. Allen sang Malotle's "The Lord's Prayer." Mr. Moore played "Palme" by Hitter, "Barcarolle" by Armstrong, "pastorale" by Bach and the traditional wedding marches. Mtss Tricschmnnn sang. "I Love Yon Truly" by Bond nnd "Ave Maria" by Schubert. She wns dressed In a formal gown of a golde nhuc. Camellias were pinned to the- bodice of the strapless gown. The aisles used by Ihe wedding party were illuminated by pink tapers burning in single candlesticks tied In puffs o! matching Dessert Bridge Fetes Miss Marilyn Decn A silver and white color combination was chosen by Mrs. J. Wilson Henry to predominate in the decorations o{ her home, last night, when she entertained with a dessert bridge feting bride-elect Miss Marilyn Dcen. MLss Dcen, who will be married tomorrow to Benjamin M. Lincoln of Little Rock has been honored at several pre-nuptlal evenl.s. The twelve quests were seated at small table.s. with a single white taper set in greenery and dotted with glistening silver balls forming Ihc central design. Gardenia.* tied in gold designated Miss Deen's place. These were pinned at the shoulder of her maroon woo! irons seau frock, which she wore with accessories of sold, Mrs. Henry was assisted by her mother, Mrs. A. C. Haley in serving a dessert course ant! in the bridge game. Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann won high score and Miss Deen, second high. The chosen theme was repeated In the tallies used nnrt topping each tally was a Email wedding bell. Seasonal decorations were also used in the entertaining room, with a Yule log of candles and various greeting carets marking the mantel and fireplace. A single green taper set in ornament sprinkled greenery centered the dining table. The hostess' gilt was crysUil. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Edgar Oslln of Little Rock and sister of the honorce. Mrs. Steve Brooks of New Orleans. Saturday Miss Nancy Holland entertained the honorce wllh a drop- in kitchen shower ami Saturday evening MLss Decn and her fiance received guests at. nn eggnog party , , , 1 mr which Mr. and Mrs. Jess Homer 1SKCOMES BRIDE—Mrs. Johft Edward Hcgenold was until her 4 ] were host and hostess at their home Bits of News irloitftf f-^erjonal Mr. and Mrs, Paul D, Human announce the birth of their second child, a son. this morning at Walls Hospital. He has been named Paul Uce Human. They have a daughter. Marilyn Sue. Jimmy Henry will return today from Little Rock where he went especially for the debut ball of Little Rock debutants last night for which he was the escort of Miss Virginia Taylor. MLss Taylor and Mr. Henry the University of St. Matthews Catholic Church Scene Of McCorkle-Thomason Marriage O6CEOLA—TQ a morning ceremony yesterday at St. Matthew's Church, Miss KathoHne Claire Thomason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Newton Thomason, became the bride of Joseph Edwin McCorkle of Bartlett, Tenn., and Phillips, Tex. are students at Arkansas. Mr. ami Mrs. L. G. Thompson had as their holiday guests their son, Capt. L. G. Thompson, Jr., Mrs. Thompson and daughter, Deborah, of Fort Hood, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Blackard and daughter Jeffe I.ynn of Hope former Blylheville residents, were the Christmas guests ol Mr, and Mrs. John D. Hart, S/Sgt. and Mrs., Elton Lawson left yesterday for their home in Columbus Ohio after having been the holiday guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lawson. They also visited relatives in Memphis and jonesboro, S/Sgt. Lawson Is the Olst Air Pohce Squadron p.m. marriage yesterday In the First Baptist Church Miss Martha Dale j Dixon. Mr. find Mis. Regenold are now on a wcddiug trip In New Oilcans santhernums. ~ " I and later will be at home in Payettcvllle. Rows of the tinted arched tapers I - . burned (n seven branched candel- j n ct of the net. Reflecting the New- Orleans. For the trip Mrs. RCK- nbra to form myriads of llghl set! candlelight, were the sequins sprlnk- dlrectly behind baskets of giant ' led In the net bonnet folds, white Indianapolis chrysanthemums' Valley illy dyed to bridal pink which extended the length of the' and set In matching pink roses con- choir rail. Matching tapers were tinned the chosen wedding colors closely set across the chancel rail i n me cascade carried by «nd forming a color contrast for the bride. Pink velvet leaves and the pink'and white study were the puffs tit matching mallnc were set banks of smilax.amassed across thei j^ the blooms and holding the pure I white orchid secure was a bow ol ' white satin. The entire pink and white study wns tied In pink velvet which flowed away into knee length choir loft. The wedding flowers, chrysanthemums, were caught In a spray of pink RRtln to cascade across the, vhlte satin pre dleu on which the- cords, couple knelt. Puffs of the pink satin marked the baskets of blooms and wrought Iron candelabra. j Mrs. James Vest served as matron of honor. Her formal gown was of sunset pink and was fashioned of tnffetn overlaid In wispy net. The three-tierert skirt of net *as poised over the matching taffeta and the fitted bodice ended In ft bow necfc. A French bonnet of the taffeta completed her costume. Leaves of chartreuse velvet formed the backing for the cascade of Better Times roses which she carried. Mallna puffs were interspersed with the blooms and flowing awny from the roses were streamers of the chartreuse cord velvet. Gown By Emily The bride was gowned In an original model by Emily. Her father Father Is Best Man Mr. ttegcnolcl acted as his fion's best man and ushers were Cullcn Dixon brother of the bride. Hill Braccy. Marlon Randolph Smith and Maurice Halsell. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Dlxon chose an original afternoon gown of rose lace. Her hat was of the matching lace and she completed her costume with accessories of black. Mrs. neptenold was dressed, in n Dior original for the marriage ol her son. The gown was of eggshel satin and the oversklrt of the stunr' frock was of chocolate satin. Her nrrr.sorlrs were of identical hue:. Both wore shoulder arrangements of pink perfection camellias tied in satin of harmonizing tones. Nancy Ann Dlxon, niece of th- gave her In marriage. The gown was of blush slipper satin auri was overlaid In Imported French Chnn- tllly lace. The fitted lace bodice had a dropped neckline edged In scallops, which were repeated In the voluminous lace folds flowing away in a cathedral train. The brief sleeves were met with gauntlets of the lace, closed with small buttons. At the neckline were pearls, a gift of the groom. And for her something old she wore at her waist an antique pin belonging to her maternal great - great grandmother Her full skirt was poised over skirts of Imported French nylon tullo and j her fingertip veil of imported French j illusion was held secure by R bon- bride greeted the guests In the foy where she presided over tb bride's book. Miss Dlxon was dress ed In n formal gown of apjllc ^rre taffeta and wore a half tint of tin same* material. She was presenter white carnations. The couple left Immediately fol lowing the ceremony by plane fo IN MIUfONS OF HOMES JS THE BEST KNOWN NAME IN ASPIRIH Save $ 2 50 ! Helena Rubinstein's Estrogenic Hormone Offer for Youner- Lookin Skin ISTROQENIC HORMONE CREAM . tSTROOENlC HORMONE OIL rl[l/arlj- 3.50 T.i/;.v 2. JO 6°° value -both for 3?L No wonder millions of women anxiously await ihis great oncc- i-yearbcauty event' You save almost 50 It on Helena Rubinstein's famous beauty preparations containing Estrogenic Hormones — nature's own youth" substances. Use them ;o help retard signs of drying and agm^skin See how much younger, fresher, firmer your face, neck, throat look when you use Helena Rubinstein Hormone Twins daily— the cresm at mqht, oil during the (Jay. ROTHROCK DRUG CO. nold changed to a winter white piece dress topped with a coat midnight black with a white trim. She wore a white orchid nd her accessories were of a latching black nnd white combirm- :>n. They wilt be at home in Payette- Illc. where the groom is a student t the University of Arkansas. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday Formal dance in Mirror Room of iotel Noble fit 8:30 p.m. Beth Buckey, Sally Trieschmami. Rosemary fonaghan, NHn Rose Hall and Bell, hostesses. Saturday "Ray Robblns and his orchestra ilays for holiday dance at Blytlie- •Ille Country Olub. Miss Marilyn Deen become. 1 ; the ride of Benjamin M. Lincoln First Methodist church. Al The Hospitals Dlytlieville Hospital Di.smls.sed: W. B. Slalaii-J-iollanrt. Sandra LceTMamiing, City. Brucs Dcmicti, Manila. n North Highway 61. Marriage Licenses The following couples yesterday builned marriage licenses at the Elice of the county clerk, Mrs. Eltz- bcth Blythe Parker: Robert Joe McRcynolds of Sikes- on nnd Miss Mona Leigh Taylor of \lorehouse. Julius Johnson and Mrs. Helen Agnes Bnshaw, both of Savanna, Illinois. John L. Atkinson of Roseland and Miss Darlan Galloway of Manila. Lockborne Air Force Base. Lt. Bill Williams. Jr., arrived tills morning from Pine Camp, N. Y., to spentl several days with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Marlon Wll liams. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Seay, P. H Cutler. Mrs. Bill Harding and Mrs. Chester Burnham left today for Jackson. Miss., to attend the funeral 'services of Mr. Cutler's brother, H. H. Cutler. The services will be tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pinion have returned from Meridian, Miss., where they had been the holiday guests of relatives. R. B. Hodge Jr., will leave tonight for Hlbbock. Tex., where he is attending Texas Tech after having been the holiday guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hodge. Mr. and Mrs. Hodge will motor him to Memphis where he will leave by tr.nln. Pfc. Don W. Peterson left this Mr. McCorkle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCorkle of Bartett. The Rev. Amos Enderlln o!fl- :lated and the nuptial music was presented by Ray Ware at the or- san. Jim Phelan of Memphis, cousin of Mrs. Thomason, sang "Ave Maria." The bride, who entered on the arm of her father, wore an original model gown In ballerina length. The bodice of Imported French lace extended Into points over the hip, The illusion yoke fitted closely ; the neck and was outlined In strand of pearls. The long pointed sleeves extended into lily points over the hand and the full skirt of Illusion matched the fingertip veil, which was shirred to a tiara of seed pearls. She carried a colonial bouquet of gardenias and lily of the valley centered with a yellow throated white orchid. Maid In Blue Miss Elanore Ezell, of Memphis served PS maid of honor and wor a .sapphire blue moire taffeta ankle length gown. Two folds over th hips extended Into fullness in the back nnd she wore a winter white hat studded in rhlneslones. Sap phlre blue shoes completed her cos morning for Brooks Air Force Base. San Antonio, Tex., afler having spent the holidays here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Peter- sop. Pfc. Peterson was formerly stationed at Scott Field, III. Mr. anrt Mrs. Paul Pryor daughter. Miss Melba Pryor have returned from Perryvllle. Mo., where Americans in Saigon Put Accent on French SAIGON, Indochina. M>,-A group ^-^^".l."^^™' ?'«£>' of right young men and women of :hc American legation in Indochina are going to school every day so they can learn to say much more than "yes." "no," and "thanks" in French. Vice-Consul William B. Dunn, cultural affairs officers, hit upon the Idea to make it, easier for American personnel to catch on to the French language, which is No. 1 In ussge in this country. He lined up expert French teachers and fixed classes for 1 o'clock In the mornine. They meet for one hour. The early "school" hour has-. n't hurt enrollment. The class is off | to flying start with about 20 enrolled. About half of them are U.S. Marines assigned to duty at the legation. the guest of Graham Partlow, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partow, and sister, Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., Mr. Nunn and daughter. Also arriving for the weekend was Bob McGlnnis of Marianna. Miss George Ann Stllwell has returned to Memphis after having been the holiday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Stllwell. Mrs. D. C. McLean has gone to Memphis to visit her daughter. Mrs. Paul Jones and family and son, Major Dan McLean and family. Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.Booker were their step-grandson, LaFarren Thorn of Eau Claire, Wis., their daughter, Mrs. Thomas Benton, Mr. Bcnlon nnd Miss Pauline Bcnton of Park Place, 111. They also visited with J. W. Booker, Jimmy Ray Booker. Christmas Day, they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Everett, Collier and children Betty Louise, Arden, Mary Joyce, Barbara Ann nnd William Henry and Miss Jeanette Taylor. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. George Stilwell were In ume. Her colonial bouquet was of hree yellow orchids surrounded by valley Illy and tied in «at!n shad- ng from pale yellow to rust. Harris. McCorkle of Bartlett, bro- hcr of the groom was best man. Jshers were Russel Thomason and Minor McCorkle, brothers of the couple. The chancel rail was draped In southern smilax. An arch whore the couple stood was entwined In smilax and edged in burning white tapers Tall wicker baskets holding white gladioli and tied with satin streamers flanked the archway. Mrs. Thomason chose for her daughter's marriage a black velve ankle length semi-formal gown which featured a standing' collar of white satin embroidered In sequins. She wore a matching hat. Mrs. McCorkle, mother of the groom, was attired In a navy blue silk faille. Her accessories were o navy blue and both wore gardenia. 1 ; Wedding Breakfast A wedding breakfast was held a the Hut. At 2 p.m. the couple received a a reception given at the Thomasoi farm. The bride's table was draped with a point de Venlse cloth and centered with the tiered wedding cake. Garlands of gardenias and smilax surrounded the centerpiece. Branched silver candelabra flanked the cake. The couple later left on a wedding trip of undisclosed destination after which they will be at home in Phillips, Tex. Mrs. McCorkle traveled In a gun metal gray suit flecked with a lighter shade of gray. The ccstume suit featured a rhinestone studded bow at the neck and her accessories were of gray. She pinned the orchid from her bouquet at her shoulders. Church to Have * Guest Speaker The Rev. Harold Thompson, Br, evangelist will speak at the morn- ng and evening services of th» First Church of the Nazarene, Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Thompson will address the congregation In the absence of the Rev. Royal Shultz, who will be out of town. Services will be at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Library Has Gala Opening in Barrhead BARRHEAD, Alia. (/Pj—Opening of a new library ts usually a cut- , arid-dried affair but the youngsters '< really whooped it up in this small community north of Edmonton. More than 1.300 students and many parents attended the official openings of the second regional library In Alberta. Twenty-six school buses brought them to the modern Barrhead school. They swarmed through the corridors, inspected the art exhibits, had their fill ol hot dogs and soft drinks and heard speeches by government officials. It was topped off by a program of basketball, boxing, tumbling, movies and dancing. Persons who attended the opening bought library memberships at $1 each. The money will be used to expand the original stock of books. Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. • nd 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements . 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