The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1951 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 30, 1951
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PAOB TTTO BLYTKEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS New* Jan« Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Childers-Michael Vows Repeated In Church Service Before An arch .ot aster studded greenery, Miss Bobble Faye Michael yesterday became the bride ol Marvin E, Chllders In a ceremony performed at 3 p.nj, al the New Liberty Baptist Church. The bride Is the daughter ot Mr, tud Mrs. C- F. Michael ol Hlylhe- vtile, the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. didders o! Longview. Wash. The vows were heard by the Rev, J. Russell Puffer, The wedding party a.isembleci he- lore the chnncel rail R'hlch had as its focal point of interest a wrought Iron arch entwined In grconcry studded flt Intervals with dainty white asters. At cither side stood satin tied candelabra holding JfgJit- ed tapers. The salln draped )yrie diew on which the couple knelt for the wedding benediction was x fta«k- ed by floor baskets of sruin caught white* Rladloll. As the guests assembled Zahle Elms of Tyronza, schoolmate o/ the couple nt Ouachita Baptist College, And Billy l-atiis Lutes presented the program of nuptial music. Mr. Elms sang ''O, Promise Me." nnd "I Love You Truly" by Bond. Immediately 'following the exchange of vows, "The Wedding Benediction" wns heard. Ratnhow Hue* Miss Rita Priest of BenUmvlllCj Ark., Ouachtta B&DlUt CoHcKe student, served RS maid of honor. Attending BS bridesmaids were Miss Carolyn Kowell of McGhec, nlso Ouachita College student, and Miss Mflxlne Hipp of RlythevHle. The feminine Attendants wore lormal gowns in rainbow hues of lemon yellow, In vender and mint gteen. Miss Pi lest matie her v,*ny to the altar dressed in trench marquisette tvnd Uvce. The snug bodice was gathered to the full flowing iklrt. Miss Hipp was dressed lii lemon yellow satin combined with matching net in R strapless model. Mis* Howell selected orgnwiy in u lavendBr hue with B lace trim,.Cluster* of carnations caught In matching satin were pinned to the bodice of each gown. Miss Priest had blossoms of yellow, Miss Hipp and Miss KoweU pate pink. The bride was escorted to th« alter by her father, who gave her In marriage. She wore n formal gown of french marquisette combined with chantilly lace poised over taffeta. The yoke ot marquisette was gathered to a fitted bodice of Jace which extended into the full billowing skirt of marquisette. Her fingertip veil of Illusion wa.s caught close- .to the hat, with n tiara ol starched' marquisette. Fo r ' her "something bid," the brlile wore an Antique cameo, elft of the groom's mother. Carrie* Blbto She carried a white suthi Bihk which was adorned in bridal roses and lilies of the valley set In fluffs Madie Sexton Wendell Brice Exchange Vows Miwi Mftchfe Sefcton became the trifle of Weticit'Jl Brice Saturday n;ornin.K at 10 a.m. in a ceremonv read al the West Main Street hcm« of her -uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Eddi« H, David, The brfdi: is th* daughter of Mr. and Mr*, Clyde Sexton of JCemieU, lormerly ul Luxora, The groom U (he fon oj Mr. nticl Mrs. John B. flrlce of Sulcm, Mo, The Rev, Roy I. Bagley officiated at the exchange of vows b&fore the greenery bunked mantel where th« \vevjrJlng party aMc/nbted!. floor baskets of while gladioli were set at intervals before the backdrop of greenery. The program of nuptial music WAS presumed by Bill Ward, organ- I.St. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, .selected a petleiifjth gown nf toa-st l:iee worn with a while hut. atici matching Accessories. Her had a snug bccHc£ gathered to R full skirt, and at the shoulder line oJ her long sleeved bolero was pinned Sn ort'hul A shoulder length veil fell from her hat of matching lace,, Mtes M>vtlft Sexion aUeniied a-s : her sisters inuid of honor and only. lULemliuU, She was <.lresse<i In Kqvta i-rcne Jashii'iisd with a lilted bodice atirt A (lowing pleated oversklrt. A corsage of scarlet carnations r.omplel/icl her costume, Eddie u. David attended Mr. Brice !)R txvst man. For her daughter's marriage Mrs. Sexton vas dressed in a frock of navy blue with which she wore MR. AM) MHS. WEN- DKLL BH1CE are shown at the reception the reception at Rustic Inn following their 10 a.m. marriage Saturday al the Rddie B. David home. Mrs. Rrice is the former Miss Maclie Sexton. The couple will he at home in Baton Houge, La. MONDAT, JULY 80, 1S« Martha Traylor I'rlncess Patricia Campbell Pegfy f. \VH-SOS HOYAI/TY NAMK1)— Miss Paliicla Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Neely of Wilson has been named Wilson'* princess to the Eastern Arkansas Industrial Expansion Exposition in Forrest City Aug. 30. Her maids will be Miss Martha Traylor, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. H. O- Traylor and Miss Peggy Bowtn, daughter of \£. and Mrs, Parker Bawen. Miss Tvaylor is a lornier Blytheville resident. Tiny Waist, Small Bodice Highlights- Fall Fashion Showing: Hemiine Drops| —I'hoto by FaugVil : white accessories and a corsage of white carnations, 3mme<lu»tely following the ccre- tnoiiy Mr, and Mr.s, David were hast 1 ? at the Rustic Inn with a reception for the guests. A isce cloth overlaid the bride's table from which wedding cake and punch was served. Mr.> J. T. Conner and Miss Helen Hanna served the wedding PARIS. July 30. M'j—Tlae little •A-oivian with the JitUe waistline is In luck this season, audiences at fashion show openings noted lortny, It takes a tiny waist and a small For trailing to Nassau and Ha-ibotlic*: 10 set oil to perlretiou tlit' \'.uta, Cuba, Mrs. Brice later | light-waisted, small-topped, hell- chaimeti to a frock of Ungerine', skirted silhouette which so far has shantung compk'mented with white| IJ ccn n favorite wtth Path, Griffe jet, or Jewel-sprinkled \j thDin.seJvos naturally to |fc nc " accessories. The couple will be at home ii Baton Rouze, La., where the ^rootn is connected with Standard Oil Company of Louisiana. Oiit-ol-town gue-sts included lam- ilips of tlit 1 couple and immediate friends, and Of course there were ,slhu-.s'Kirted dresses, too, hut for aUeruoon. cocktail and evening wear the skirts vun Ui yurrfs and yards of material usually held out by siffened pet- ttcoats. —I'hoto by Mason KXCHANGK VOWS YKSTKK1>AY~Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E. ChSltlers vcro married ywtcrdny at 2 p.m. at the New Liberty Baptist Church. Mrs. Childer.s is (he former Mfss Bobble Faye Michael. The couple will be at home in Arkndclpnla where they will continue their .studies nt Ouachita Baptist College. Vtrs. Johnson Entertains Stitch and Chatter Club Mra. Hownrl Johnson was ho.steas PrWny nl^ht at hei- home to members of the Stitch and Chatter Civifo lor an evening ol nlayVng bingo. In the gamos Mrs. Thomns Dorris, Mr.s. Jlni Hnil, Mrs. HoroJd Eu- Ijtinks and Mrs, Leon Davis weie winners. A dessert course w;is served. * * • At Hie Hospitals ISIjDievlllo HospK.-il ismissed: Hoy For.sylho, Crnwfurtlsville. 'lYoy Porsythe, Crnivlordsvllle. R. E, Frncke, SUcle. Mrs. E»n Farri. 1 !, Hcrmondnla. Mrs. Ernest Carter, City. Ollle Miller, City. Walls Hospital Mrs, 0. O. Brcslicars, Blythcvllle •Rl. I. Mrs. Jnincs E. Pnrrlsh. City. Mrs. W W, Wyrlck. City. Mrs. E. J. Buker and bnhy. Lux Bin of News tif /' erAonat !ub Champions To Be Decided In Late August Aug. 30-31 were the dnle.5 announced for the Club Chntnplon session ol the Dup)1citl« Bridge LcjiRUe to be plnyt-d nighUy at Hotel Noble, Saturday at the League's bi-weekly game, In tlit monthly tnastcrpoinb game. Oscar Hard away and Mrs. Dick -J. White won llrst lionor.s. Other scores in the six ttible movement- were Mr. and Mrs, Jim Uoleso". .second. O. S. Crowcll and Mr.s. Gene BoiiHs, lliirti and Mrs. E. H. C/ee and Mrs Eugenia Jenkins, fourth. Mrs. E. F. Still and children, E. P. Still, Jr., nm( Plane will be Jnln- cd by Mrs, L, C. B. Young and son, Logan of O sec ola tomorrow tor a two weeks vacation in Ponte Vedra, Fla. ! Lcslte O. Kamsey of SUr City was thfc weekend guest ol Mts^ Pol[ lyann Stewart nnd her p»rtnt,s, Mr. ami Mrs. B. F. Stewart. s/sgt Billy Lee Freeman and S<Syl. Clinton Ful^ham arrivcrt by plane Saturday from Lnnglcy Air Field. Va., to he the weekend suesU their parents, Mr. anrt Mrs. R. L Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. M, W, Fulgham LaNfal 3urlhury nnrt Evelyn Ilow- eri Ipft yeslerrfay for Cftinp WJld- wootl, near Searcy^ to spend two Coming Events! Social of mallne. Clusters of lilies were tied »t Intervals In the knee length •treamers flowing away from the all white study. Harold Osborne of El Dorado, OiutcliUn Baptist College student, served as best man. Earl McCvirln, G«r»ld Phillips and nick Crnlg. all' of ouaclvHR BapUst College, IVeri- dl« Mulllnj »nd Orover Adams o( North Little Hock served ns ushers. The spacious lawn of the Michael home was the setting for the reception Immediately following for the wedding guests. Receiving th« gnesls with the coii- pl« was mother of the brlrte, Mrs. Michael, who WHS drcsjetl In a gown of navy blue lace worn over matching crepe and finished with white accessories. A three tiered wedding cake centered the bride's table \vlilch n-ns overlaid In white mnderia. Bud vn- «es filled with single roses stood nl either side. Bouquets of roses and (Tladloll were spaced about the lawn for the occasion. After the couple had cut the first piece of cake, Mrs Harry Lutes, Mrs. J. T. Hipp ,-uic! Mrs, Jimmy H. Lutes, sister of llir bride, served the guests. The couple Ictt later In the evening on a two weeks wedding til]) atter which they \\i\l be nt home in Arkadelphla where they will continue their studios at Ouarhita Bnu- tlst College. Mrs. Childcr? selected for traveling a tropical suit of dusty era. j Mrs. J. C. HMllcy, stcele, Mo. srrs ftntUe Qnrrett. stwle. Mrs. Harvey Scott, Cnnithersvllle, Mo. Mrs. John Bristol' nisrt baby, City. Mr. B. D Wonchon, City. Mrs. William Wilson, ally. Mrs, VX-lbert Kempcr and bnby, City. Mrs. Henry L. Matthews ami bnbjv Clly. the (ut'.crtil of Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard this afternoon at the First Baptist Church were brother of Mr. Minyard. D. S, Mlnyard and Mrs. Mtn- yiird of Greenwood, Miss., Dr. S. H, Guess of Greenwood. Miss., Mrs. Walter Davis of Green wood, brother of Mr. Minyard. Derty Mtn- yarcl of Jackson, Miss., sister. Mrs. Satn Rapcr of Columbus, Miss., sister, Mrs, A. D. Hunt of HattU'sburg. pistnr, Mrs. George Flowers of Green woott a.ncl hcolher ot Mr. Minynrd, Earl C. Mlnyard nnd Mrs Chin'tes Castigan of Greenwood. M. W. PuJghntn and two grand- dau^hrcrs, Joan and Shirley p u hflin left Friday aftcmnon for Fulton. Miss, to visit relatives. Mr Fulcham will return home today Joan and Shirley plan to remain for a longer visit. Guy Burks, student nt Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, was the weekend uuest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Guy Burks. Mr.""and Mrs. Dan Wade of Wal- dciibcrf?, Ark., werfj the weekend W. E. Wade. Mrs. Willie Baiter is reported in satisfactory condition nt her home on East Cherry. Mr.s, Baker Is re-' cuperating from injuries received j earUer this week in an automobile' accideiit near West Memphis. I Gene Hood went to Etfingham.! I1L, ye.steicay morning by plane i to motor his car, a 1950 Old^inobile j sediin to Blytheville. The car was { recovered by officers after having been stolen from BlytheviHe several days ago. Prank Nicholson, AA who is stationed at Naval Air Technical | Trainin 0 Center, Milling ton was the weekend guest ol his parents, Mr. | and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson. 1 ; \fr. and Mr.s, Eddie Eades spent che weekend in St. Louifit M r, J udso n Bowden and tw o daughters. Brcnda and Patsy of Louisville are the guests of Mrs Bowdcn's sister, Mrs. W. B. Stanford. Mr Stanfore) and Jamtty. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sheurin spent Parisian audiences have never swn richer fashion materials. GoW and silver metallic brocadcK, heavy atins and velvets, embroidered vets a nd silks lend oriental influences and to romantic I •<?at-skii'ted ball gowns. Path yesterday brought the hem :' down to between 14 and 15 Inches from tUe floor—uot J\s long by sev- , oral inches as the ''new look," but many spectators thought his dresses recalled In other ways Dior'* xst-war silhouette. Schiaparclll and Lanvtn ar« the niajor houses showing today. Dior's always eagerly awaited collection will open Monday and the high fashion season win continue with several major showings daily until BaUmciRga's collection winds up th» top-bracket ?roup on August 6. Browns, bieges, greys and muted i colors are more popular tills year : than the brighter shades. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Marriage Licenses Tho fotU/wlnR cou;nc-s obtainpd marrliigi! licensee Saturday at the office ot the comity clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blylhc Pnrkcr: Wcmiell Brice of Baton Rnuge. La., and Miss Madle Laverne Sexton of BiythevUle. Donald Meyer Man tiers of St. Louis, Mo. and Miss Laura EUcn Swiiin t>f FHythcvlllc. Albert Colrmnn of Horncr-sville, \-!<i., nnc* .\tr.s. Gk-nti Thmuas of Blythes'llli:. pink sharkskin worn with harnion- i/.iiiR fliTc.-woriPs. At the shnuldpr- liue was pinner) )it?j briJnl ()o«-ors. Out-of-UHvn guests for the imp- ii;tl rxi'lmnue wt-ro Mr. and Mrs. CLm-lrs Michael. Mrs. Gi-over Ad- adms rt npnUm, SRt. and Mrs. Jninos \ f ost of Mcinplif,= and Mrs. L. M. Tucker of AUcvriocn. Miss. Monday First RnptiKt VWA moM» nt \ home of Mrs. Albert EndcrHn, 7:30 p.m. Tuesrliiy • 'Country Ctub Diipfjc.ite Bilt Lxjague pluys nt 7;3fl P,EH. Mrs. W. J. Cupples entertaining TLE Club. Club Eight mccta \vim Mr5. Paul Jobe. Mrs. Louis Henderson, CIB Club iio.stess. Timrstlay Mrs. Johnny White to Kibitzer Club. Thursday Rook meets at the home of Mrs. W. B. Mayo. Duplicate Bridge Lpflpne meets at 7:30 p.m. at Totcl Noblo. weeks. They were motored to camp by LnMnal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sudbury. Mr., nnd Mrs.' Coyle Lowery ttuui son/ Richard; flhd. Roger pt>"Wood~ YlveTr, til., Are'tlie houseattwU of Mr. : nnd Mrs. CJair Miller and sons. ' Pfc. DoimliE W. Peterson who is | sUtlnnort nt Scott Field. III., was the weekend fliicH of his parents, Me. and .\frs, Anrctn Peterson, BnforU Young SA, Navy has returned to the Navnl base. Son Diegq, Calif., after .spending a 14 day leave here with his parents. Mr, nnd Mrs. Buford Young, While here, 3A Youn? was entertained In Memphis by lornic-r cln-ssrtintes at Southwestern. Mrs. JOG Tanner h«s returned • from Flint, Mich,, where she had spent two weeks with her ritvugh-, Mr.s. W, P. Haucr nnd Mrs. Hurry Sunek-rs atul families nnd of hw parents, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday in Forrest City. ^tiss Lnura o\vain hecomc.i the bj\i5e o( Donnld M. Manners at the First Presbyterian Church at 9;30 n.m. Duplicate BrJrJuc Lrfitrne meets at Hotel Noble at 1:0 p.3m. Ask Your Grocer for B&B SAUSAGE 5&n. Hnrvey and 5-frs. 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