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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 17, 1952
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f. BLYTHEVIU.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shellon, Society Editor Phono 4<iei Miss Mary Sue Crafton, Ensign Gulmer A. Hines, Jr., Exchange Vows in All-White Setting at Christian Church Bits of News 'IItt I vrSon(if it » Mrs. Bm Cooper r>I Hardy was the wpfkenrt t ot her son, Bcl- ' vin Cooper, Mrs. Cooper and tain- W i t h the white nylon gowns of the femininn attendants forming a .striking contrast to (he woodwardia fern amassed in (ho snnclu- ary of tlie First Christian Church Saturday, Mi^s Mary Sue Crafton became the bride of Ensign Gulmer Augustus Hines. Jr., of Rulherfordton, N.C. The Rev. James Kaimvatcr hoard the 4 p.m. single rinj? ceremony 1) e f n r c approximately 250 jjuests. The brirjp is the dfliiRhfer of Mr. and Mr?. Rupert Crafton of Blythc- ville. Ens. Hiiics is the firm of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hines of Kmnrr- fnrdton. Myriads of taprrs burning in Swedish brant-hod rfindctnbra pirj- vicled the only illumination for iho sanctuary as the p nests rntcrod from the white elactinlj decor atni vestibule The many tapers \vcre srt nc.ilnst thp won diva rdia banks and focal point of interest was the sunburst of white stock and tulips svhich completely fiUert the bapis- try, which was elevated above the tvpddinp party. Tlie aisle used by tlie hridnl party was lighted by (he slow of cathedral tapers sot, In fluffs of while FfUin find ma line hold in p white stock. Sprayinp the white sntin pri> rtleu on which the couple knell for the blessing was white slock and roses helri in satin. The many windows of Die sanctuary held lighted tapers set, in wispy fern. Miss Joann Trteschman. Mississippi Southern Collece student, presented the vocal selections nnd L. T. Moore, Jr.. the orcan program. Miss Trleschmnn sang, "Because." "I Ex>ve . Thee," nnd following the weddlnp ceremony "The Lord's Prayer." Her formal f»own of white was worn with dutch Iris nnd hyacinths. Mr. Moore's selections were "A\'r Mario" by Bach Gounod, "O Tender Moon" from Faust, "My Heart Bt Thy Sweet Voice" by Saint Sao.n, "PanLs Angelicus" by Frnnrk. "Pastore!" by Gullmant, "Thcvp7iust-1 the Flautist" by Morea, nnd ns the •. Gosnell WSCS Officers Installed in Ceremony Officers of the newly-organized Women's society of Christian Service of the Oosnell Methodist Church last night were installed In a candlelight ceremony at the church, with Mrs. Roy ]. Basley of the first Methodist Church as Installing officer. Mrs Mm. Giilnior Aiicn.slua llines, Jr. (Courier News P)iolo) Love" could be heard. Chnnlllly I.aer Escorted to the altar by her fa- j thf ir shoulder. ther, the bride was gowned in white! Af ter n southern wedding trip, Chantillv lace poised over white[Ens. and Mrs. nines will go to Nor- 1 folk, Va., April home where h lace and nylon net. Her small hat ] and family members were Mr.s c was of matching net nnd lace, and I V. Trendway. K reat grandmother of she completed hcr chosen costume the bride, of Hcrnniuio Mi w Mr With black accessories. Both moth- I and Mrs. Dewcv Trcadwav creat ers pinned deiulrobium orchids at uncle and aunt di the bride'of OHve Damon Cook assumed the Tate ret iirnc d to her j duties of presiflent; Mrs. Clyde imb. Mi = s., i/may aft- j Fwtcr. vice president; Mrs. Bill Wagnoji, sfrretary and Hrs. Mervin Cook, treasurer. Cliajter members ol the group arc Mrs. S. p. Cook, Mrs. Marvin Ftar-t. Mrs. Lee Hill. Mrs, Bdna Bolin and Mrs. Annie Gamble. The society will meet semi-monthly. Gay Fiances home in McCo.. er spenrimi.' two weeks li'-re with her grandmother, Mrs J. H. Adams. Her aunt. Mis. Joy noss accompanied her to Memphis Mrs, lioy Harper and rinusllter, Kate, of fit. Louis are spending thi.s week here as guests of Mr and .Mrs, P. E. Black and Miss Hetty Ulack. Mrs. Margaret Miles n't Manila and Mrs. o. O. Stivers were in i Memphis Saturday. I Mr. anri Mrs. Carl Bryant of Memphis were Sunciav gur'>.ts of j Mrs. Bryant's parents, Mr. anri Mr.s n. S. Shellon. ! Mr. anti Mrs. John Kroit spent ! the weekend in Sikestrm as t-ue=,ts of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Napier. Mrs. J. c. Bradley Is able to be rtut after having been ill at her home. Mr. and Mrs, Hiyant F. Stewart. Jr., and daughter. Jean Frances of Campbr-ll Mo. were .Sunday quests tit Mr. and Mrs. Bryant F. Stewart and Miss Polly Stewart. Mrs. Ted Medaris left yesterday for her hninn in Memphis after spending a week Dorr- as i.'iir = is of her sisters. Mrs. F.lva Foe and Mrs. B. F. Loflin and family. Miss Annrlla Humphreys, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys v/as initiati'fi Into thr Alpha Epsilon chapter of Delta Delta Delta sorority in an earlv March ceremony at Brcnnu College. Gainesville. Ga.. where she is a freshman, it wa.s announced today by the school. James E. Lancashire, snn of Mr. nnd Mr.s. E. R. Lancashire ol Lakeland. Fla., former Blytheville res- with mnrnmc partv from 10 tili 12 idents was a member of the Men's i honorinir Mrs. Jesse Odell Barnes, Glee Club of Oberlin Cnllege. Ober- i a recent bride, lin. O., which last night - : "••- ' : Coming Events o Mnmlay I St. Stephen's Episcopal Woman's • Auxlli.iry has 3 p.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. The Rev. Sheldon Davis | of Forrest City, curst speaker. 1 Trinity napnst BWC has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Irene Prichard, I 304 Cherry. I TurMlay | Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Pin hns 7::lrj pm. meeting at IK mo of Mr.s. Blake Polly, 001 North J9th. ! A Ins Gone Tea lorn emer taming I | Tri-Tuwn Club" j | Ccuniry Club Duplicate Bridge [ League meeting fit 7:15 p.m. Mrs. James n, Clark entertaining Town and Country Club. Mrs. W. II Hur.son entertaining Fii:rh Two Club. Central Corporal anri Mrs. James [Umar \\'imberl>' [rhoto by .Mason) Miss Maxuie Hipp Becomes Bride In Methodist Churck Ceremony MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1933 town guests at a reception at tj, t Hipp home. Basket.'! of the wedding ilouer, white eladioli marked the rcecpJ lion and entertaining rooms. Alter the couple had cut the first pieco of cake «'ltli the satin-tied knife, Mrs. I. M. McHaffey nnd Miss Kin- ma Blnnchard served the cupels. The bride's table was overlaid In lace and the three-tiered cake which was eneircied in carnation fleckpd greenery was topped \vith the miniature figures of a bride and groom. Miss MIgnon Perrin of Arkansas Slate College presided at the RUGS! book. Mrs. Wimbcrly later changed to a poldcn linen sheath dress topped nith a navy blue gaberdine duster and worn with navy accessories and white orchid for a Southern wedding trip. The. couple later will be at home in Diloxi, Miss., where the groom is serving with the Air FYirce at Keesler Field. Included in the quest list were Mr. anri Mrs. Bob Woodard of Memphis. Miss Jolene Helms and Miss Chris Dcbbs of Rtate College, Jnncsboro, Mr. anri Mrs. p. T. IJix- on of Sikcslon, Ed McClcars 1 o( Jackson Cpl, and Mrs. SUn Applefield of Biloxi and Cjil. Dill Hillman of Kcesler Field. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Wimbcrly entertained Saturday nieht with a dinner party at the Dixie Pie honor- In^ bridal party members. A rehears-1 at the church preceded tha supper. * Church Class Has Supper Session in Beriyman Home Central PTA has 3 p.m. session' Gowned in imported chanlilly lace and satin, Miss Marine Hipp at First Bnpiist. Church, with Ex- yesterday exchanged 2 p m. nuptial vows with Corporal James Elmar F ° E ° ard mec ' in8 at 2:3 ° - m ' Wmberl Mrs. J. meeting at 2:30 p.m. tries. Rose hostess to Tlntrstljiy D. Smith entertaining cave Mrs. Jimmy Krone hostess to Al- . ., . concert at the College chaj>el. j pha Beta Hiinco Chib. Monte Clyde Milliuan nf Manila ; Thursday Rook mept.s with Mrs \vas amonp the so]ihontnre class W. B. Mayo. members of the University of Arkansas College of Arts and .Sciences to make the honor roll for the fall semester. TLE meet* with Mrs. J. S. Scrape. Mrs Ben Mac White cntertain- imr La Nueve. Mrs. M. O. Usrey hcwtess to Mid- Jfmmy Gill of Dell. Mnnlcy Fein- j Week Club, here, johnny Halscll. Joe Walls, I . GEO and CIB Club beine enter- Freclclie Mulliixs. Bill Wundcrlich,! tallied by Mrs. Robert I. Thomp- Stanley Zellncr. Ronald anri Jimmy ] son. Phillips, F. W. Whllncr, Jr.. and Thursday Club meets with Mrs. Rupert M. Craiton left yesterday' Russell Phillips. for Columbia Military Academy af-j Duplicate Bridge League plays at tcr having spent the Spring holi- Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. satin. The long fitted sleeves were pointed over the hands and the Branch. Miss.. Mr.s. Oscar Gcer. aunt of the bridegroom; Mr.s. Mar-| .. .. , - , . S»rct Dorscy, sister of the 'brirte- i II In to mnke Ihclr I groom, both of niithcrfordlim Mr ! els serving wllh.lhc and Mrs. Lelsle Crafton, Mr' and! high neckline was closed with mln- Navy. A navy blue nnd white Her- Mrs Lel-ie Crafion J r I en Inture but'ons down (he center back. • man Beispcl Original suit was worn ton I,en Craiton Jr' nn'rl Mrs The yoke was encrusted in seed; by Mrs. nines for traveling. She I rirelh Crafton of Comvay, Miss Vir- pcnr)s find the full skirt flowed a-! completed her costume with a whit. way into a sweeping cnthetlral ] bat, and navy blue accessories, with ' hc orchids from her bridal bouc,uel pinned at her shoulcler. Included in the guest list in ad- dltlon to out-of-town bridal parly train. Her hip length veil of Illusion was caught to a cloche type head dress of luce and satin. Identical to the material of her gown and .sprinkled in seed pearls. She wore pearls, a gilt of the Rroom. White orchids and lily of the Talley combined to form the cascade bouquet which she carried. The ten feminine attendants were dressed in French length white nylon net gowns. They were of allover embroidery and were of strapless design with white net stoles encircling their shoulders. Their white hats were fashioned entirely of violets and they wore white nylon net nose veils. Miss Mary Pat Wells of Traveres. Fin., served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Jane Pinkard of Atlanta, Miss Carolyn Wilson ol Atlanta, and Miss Annella Humphreys all of Brenau College, Miss Manreen Nor- Rinia Williams of Atlanta, Ga . Miss Bcbc Wells of Tr.iveres. Fla., Mr. i nnd Mrs. Lowell Thomas, .lackson" Tenn.. and Col. C. N. Martin ol Co- ' lumbla Military Academv, Columbia. Tenn. (lays here with their parent-s Mrs. A. C. Becker and Mrs. Camilla Koerner will arrive tomorrow from Little Rock to be the cur-sts of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Recker. Charles Henderson and his trneri., Charles Nicholas, who are students at Vanderbilt, Nashville, are the Sprlne holidays guests of Mr. Henderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs Doyle Henderson. Mrs. .1. [.. Binford has returned 'tu hrr home in Brownsville. Trnn. 1 ^,, h ,,m, lr c.,n,it; Lcaiuc after having; been the quests of Mr*, at Hole! Noble at 1-30 pm K M. Terry. Sr., and Mrs. Edwin , Robinson. Htnt\ Courier News Classified Ads. at the First Methodist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. anrt Mrs and Cpl. Wimberiy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dimple Elmar Wimbcrly all of Blytheville. The Rev. Roy I. Bagley. pastor ol the church officiated. Wedding party members gather- | shoulders. They also wore small ed before altar fl'hich was studded | matching bonnets with floor baskets of satin tier, white gladioli. Seven branched candelabra holding cathedral taper The Mary Martha Class of the First Baptist Church and two cuests. Mr.s. IJ. T. Worthy and Mrs. Don Haley were entertained Thursday night at the home of Mrs. William Berryman. Mrs. G. E. Workman and Mrs. James Tucker Hipp Herma. Shcppard were co-hostess- ibcrlv ! es for thl: m ° n 'hly supper meeting which opened with prayer by Mrs, Alvin Huffman'. Mrs. William La- Forney presided and Mrs. Shepherd Rave the devotional. Jonmiils nnd red gladioli decorated (he home. Mrs. R. B. Blaylock closed the session with prayer. [mririrlerf Lace Entering the sanctuary on the arm of her father, the bride was lighted the scene. The satin Iniri j sowned in white slipper satin with pre dieu on which the couple knelt [a rerlin?ote of imported clianlilly held white gladioli nestled in \vhitc secure family pew lace. The full satin skirt extended satin and puffs of white satin held into a short, sweeping train and her white gladioli marked ihe . imported French illusion veil fell I from a chant illy luce cap sprinkled Earl Snider, Jr.. ortanijt. and i v>i ' h ornnec blossoms. Jim Culbert.son. vocalist, presented the nuptial music program as the wedding quests assembled. Entering to the strains of the wedding march, Mrs. James C. Vest ; best man nnd Charles Mu\lins, S. D. rhanw ••*•" '^f'"fW^ h,, . S "- ved as hcr sister ' s mn'.ron of \ Bray and Jerry McCleary of .lack- Chapter N of PEO has 1 p.m.l honor W ith Mrs. Billv Haves, cons-! son. Tenn., ?.ctc<l,as ushers C. n M 1P Sma n ;r tmg ^ h ° me ° f MrS 1 '" »' ' he br ;<*' «»-„»'" Alta » | -M- Hipp selected for her'dau.h- C.irl scouts and Brownies of Blv- ^^aWs E ™ 0m ' "I'"' 5 '^"^ " " avy bl " e crepe cheville present annual program of Dnac5malns folk dancing and treop dramatics' Dressed in the wedcilne colors of at the high school auditorium 7:30 p.m. '. Mrs. C. L. MrWalers hostess .Fririny Contract Club Saturday Duplicate Bridse League meets -j^j pink and sky blue, they carried colonial bouquets of pink carnations to ETer bridal bouquet was a pure j whin; orchid set in satin and ma- line atop a white Bible. Mr. Wimberiy served as his son's marriage a navy „„,,,. aftrnoon go\vn with matching blue accessories. Girl Seoul Lone Troop Meeting Is Cancelled The monthly meeting of the Girl Scout Lone Troop, originally planned for tcmorrow night has been cancelled, it- was announced today. Plans for the next meeting be announced Inter. Dressed in alternonn v of a damask rose nylon Wimberly, '.vore black Mrs. sronn;, ris of Mary Washington College and Miss Vivian Taylor of Southwestern. [ Parents White roses, white dutch iris and hyacinths were arranged in mallne and lace to fashion their cascade bouquets. Junior bridesmaids were Betty Lml Tomnnsnn nf Houston. Tex., a cousin of the bride, and Nancy Dorsey of RmhfTfordton. niece of the bridegroom, Pamfy. Crafton. as flower girl, ImmeriiaTrly preceded her sister tn the altar. Thrir cowns were nf identical rif'.en tn ihn.-c of the other" ^nrndants and a color Touch wss nririeri by their no-ecays of violets and white rose- 120 Guests Attend Dance A formal dance Friday night In the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble celebrated St. Patrick's Day for 120 members ol the tern-age set. Darlene Feinberg nnd Toby Ann Long were hostesses for the event The chosen motif was repeated in the ballroom decorations and In the Spring blossoms topping the table from which party foods and ic;vl drinks were served. Included in the guest list were Mr. and Mrs, Johnny Long nnd 21'™"J ln " p .. Lnn . B - Jr ' "' Memphis, anri ol the hnstesscs. Mr. Mrs. Sidney Plait and Mr Mrs Toby Long also attended 'trie Party Honors Memphis Visitor Mrs. Teri Mndnris, a Memphis visitor in Blvihevillp last werk Saturday afirninon uas curst of hon- erl canasta party at ister. Mrs. F;lva Costume Ball Given at Hotel Arrnyrrl In costumes from periods of svorM history and modern day scenes approxlmaicly ISO anrt guests nf the Cotillion Clnh nt- tenclcd the monthly siippcr-dnnco at Hotel Nnljlo Saturday nlfiht Follnvvlnc the evrnlnq's rtanclnc Mr. «iirl Mrs. Russpl] Cnmpbell were JIldKerl thr Ix-.^t (hessrrt couple n-hile Louis r.yiu-h nnd Mrs. Frank Whlt- worth took iKinors in the men's nnd women's competition. Mr. nnit Mrs. S. E. Time. Dr. and Mrs. Don Smith. Mr. anri Mrs Jimmy Steven?™. Mr. nnd Mrs Bill YOUIIR and Mr. and Mrs. Fiichnrd Reckcr were hosts nnrt liostcsses for the event which wns cllmaxert' with a mitlei siijiiier at niklnicht. Oucsts from Maiilla, Osceolji Louis and Memphis attended St. Party Is Given In J. Hearn Home for a Lie home of her Mr. Hines wr=.s hi- son's h^M man and ushers were S R. Tanner. Jr.. of Houston. u".r^c M trie hri'ic. R. G. Edwards. Jr.. of Wlv.-.:l»ville.' cou=m nf thp brifie. Riin,'tr Mar:in Craiton. brother of the brine, and Joe Walls. Hereption F'nUnus fry rnmn the entertaining the t\u> tables of ^pcnt the afternoon. *ert Ci.ur-c preceded the ca- :.i;ne in which Mrs. O. O. '.<on hich score. Mrs. Paul secnnrt hich. Mi S5 Mary Kik:in, low and Mrs G. V. pn The Jerry Hciirn home noad S.Tdnclav night \vns of a suriin=e biiJhrinv "ring Mrs Shields F,d Mrs. Biilnrd Young and M Henrn wore h.isl esses to the 20 guests whi> cathr-rori for the evening of informal cnlri uuyimonl. .-\t:rr cilt\ fur Mrs. Kdwards Ivirl been .iispi. l: , r d. the laitc birthday rake wlii,-li w.m i c: .<]. "Happy nirlh'- day" and held a single ln:ht"tl candle wns cut and served with ice tied iti matching pink satin. Mrs,! mother Vest's formal gnwn nf taffeta was j nccesso of pink and featured a tiered net corsages'of "vrii-e 'carnations' FKirt. She wnrp a ITIR[chine bonnet. Grnrns of Mrs. Hayncs and Miss \Vimbor\y \vere of the blue taffctn and stoles of net encircles their | nim; -.-, . ]^.- and bnth were presented Cpl. and Mrs. wimherly later re- K'eri Th" ini)7]nr!rale fnmilios. weddins: pniny meinbers and om-of- wQl Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses at the office of i^ the county court clerk, Mrs. Eliz- ^^ abeth Blythe Parker. Gulmer Augustus Hines. Jr.. of Rutherford. N. C... Miss Mary Sue Crafton of Blytheville. Billy Kesler and Mrs. Lavanna, Kesler of Manila. James Elmer Wimbcrly anrt Miss Maxine Hipp of Blytheville. SPRING R 0 M A N C E tile honorce ; cream anri party foi ris. ^^^T;;- Surprise Party «•• '*" -• inr • T-- /~* • -It :,„;, n,, Uiven in Home PRESCRIPTIONS I'rosh Shirk Prires • \Vl!k and epr-nme -^ h:> ;'<*,-• r ; , : . ,; ,,, cake ivh:.-h ti-.-:.<\tr, .u\-:-w greenery. Tr.e m.i:iv s:rr>:i spacfri arxnr hri<i rrn:i-al of figures fif a b::o> arid stanciinc 't>-fn;-r a :i:i:i:,i'urr roses anri hyacinihs. Mis; .I.TT son pret'.iird r.\ the bride's n. assisting in s^rMiic :ho giic? Mr:-. Frank Tr>m!in=nn of !i Mrs. Jo]-:n ly\v Bi.-hrip ,-,[ Ar-.min- lis, aunts of the brtoe. arri Mr= E. M. Terry, .lr. Assisting in ineivinc >.nd ei,;, r- tainmg pur-sr.- 'i.f.f i-,v/,r,<. r: , ,,( ; jir couple Mrs. Cralfn selrclrd for. her daughter's marrias" a larrv- Alririch oncir.a] nca'in.-i nf n.u y blue anri white. The t.ifiois bndlcr ' of na\y bliy- was joined to a [,|H skirl of the navy ami wh:;» >-n :n . bination silk oraanrly. Hcr wide brimmed hat was of navy straw Rnd she wore navy blue ac«vsn- ries. Mrs HHIPS, mother of thr proom, chnse for her son's marriage an onginal design of mauve j I.i,;e nas Ciirs! nf irirlr «-hen Mis C. t r ^ r,! her home rs's for n drop-in snriirise the linr.iM-ee's bnlhriay. Hrrmnr l.ane. Mrs. ilnhn i«ki ar.rt Mrs. X 01 a O tfea] •:~e .Mijni rs in tlie pnrty •"nd-eteti in thi- Kirby Drsiq Stores carr.fs decked A coi's.'icr of rnjxrd Spri were presented Mrs Lane ho--;r,s. After cift.-- had h, tied up,in ir.c hn:iorrc floral be- s. e blooms from ner ,,,„ S ho»birthday -rrvcd i ^Hrc and pnrxy loods Meie A i the Hospitals ntvllirtllle tlospital ri;-;ri;"fri: n. F. l.r.,irr. Holland • r T Turner, \Teinphis Mr?. Rube Hrnrui. Steels Mrs. E. V. McLcmore, City COMING! Kellfiy'S Friendly Shoe Store Friday, March 21 Sec Thursday's issue of the Courier News for complete information! as arlvertifcd in Mademoiselle '• JN --.S : ,> ':-i :-'•-"« a;5i J ;A\5\'\tV, 1 : • I ' virnl c/ sir Jmtlf iii 1 :**! i-ffnriint; '.' n.'voti shrrr iJrfff «:-li f,l,-nif pn.i! if ii buck nurl Box Off ice Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission flc & 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TON1TF, Double Ft.Tlure I08ERT rnx-cUUSE T8EVOR WCKHimi-IOBtRTPXtSIOH Listen lo KI.CN nl 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program annonncenienls. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone G5MIS Box Office Opens al 1:15 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continutiii.s Showing Everyday "The Knlcrtainmcnt Spot of ^lissi.ssippi County" The Perfect Gift — Theater Book $2.50 —PI,us— LAST TIMES TODAY , _-4 '^= ~ /"' ty'". •-i-->^?^mes?.s5?p; J A i^- Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Rue C&ME CO-EDS' Ritz Guests to See "Return of the Texan' .Mr. & .Mrs. S. C. OWCITS .Mrs. .Marvin Robinsiin .Mi\s. 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