The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 30, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 30, 1952
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PAGE TWO Pat AJuUins, Society Editor MewA Phone 'TSIr. anil Mrs. Benjamin FranMtn Johnson June Marie Buchanan. Weak Benjamin F. Johnson Here In n wedding o£ wide social interest, for which rites were solemnized by the Rev. E. C. Brown, Miss June JMnrie Buchanan and Benjamin Franklin Johnson exchanged nuptial vows yesterday at four o'clock in the afternoon. A large group of friends and relatives witnessed the double ring ceremony in the newly-completed sanctuary of the First Baptist Church on Walnut Street. Manila Residents Wed in Piggott Mr. and Mrs. Leo Donner of Manila are announcing the, marriage of their daURhtcr, Miss Barbara June Donner, to Wayne Taylor, son of Mrs. Harvey Durham. The couple exchanged vows June 21 at Plgcott. when Mrs. Durham was their only attendant. Mrs. Taylor Is a eraduate of Manila High where she was chosen basketball nueen. Mr. Taylor Is a member of the Manila High School faculty as coach, i They are now at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Durham. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER HEW1 BRIDE — Mrs. Charlos B u f o r d Young w a a before her 8 p.m. mar- last night in Mc- Kinnoy.Tcx., Miss Patricia Sue Kindle of Me- K i n n e y, (laughter of Mr. nnd Mrs/-. W. Kin- fl I e. M r. Young is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Tiu- forcl Young of BJylhe- v i 1 1 e. The couple p 1 a n to make their home in I-ong Beach Calif., while lie is s t a- tioned there in the Navy. BATtJRTHT, AWJtTST W, Birthday Dinner Party Given Here Barbara Watklns complimented her sister, Mary Sue Walkfns, last nl'*ht at the home of their parents, with n dinner and bunco party on her b'rlhday. A while nnd rcrt colir scheme was used on the table where the girls were served Italian spaghetti and birthday cake, In the bunco tramps. Betty Ann Mulllns won hlah. Umla Bunch Iorfl Ym ,,,,, „„,, „ won low, nnd Marilyn Dougherty 8 >••-won bunco. Klnney, Tex., who exchanged nuptial vows last evening at eight o'clock at the North Baptist Church In McKinney. The Rev. G. T. Skaggs, pastor bf the First Baptist Church of Grand Saline, Tex., officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kindle of McKinney, and Mr. Young Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Young of Blythevllle. Miss Buchanan Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Edward .Buchanan anil Mr. Johnson Is the son of Mrs. C. E. Johnson and Ihc late Mr. Johnson. Five stately whit* floor baskels holding double stocks, backed with swirls of greenery and tied with catin were interspersed with sevL'ii branched wrought Iron candelabra. The stands and candelabra were entwined with greenery and cen- tefed with targe while satin bows. Tfie center aisle which was used by '-fhe bridal party, was marked with .'-ijfjilte flowers in white satm bows :'«n pews. 'iypresenttng program of nuptial ni(uslo were Mrs. C. Murray Smart, ; <»gantst. Mrs. Louis Trowbrltlge o( St. Louis, violinist, Carol Evans, vocalist, and Miss Marian Mayes, •who gave a recitation. Mrs. Smart, wearing a blue silk shantung dress with a corsage of white carnations at her waist, chose for her selections "To a Lily" A Favorite Every Season 03 40 Bv Sue Burnett A wdco.T.f adS;;Jon la your wardrobe each new .season is the care- fi'Hy tailored shirtwaistcr that is functional as well as becoming Tins \fis:nn buttons down the front. s!ec-.c= button, too. Matching cap included. Pattern No. 8840 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 12 H 16 18, 20: 40. 42. Size 11. 4". yards of 33-sneh: cap, ';, j-arcl. For this pattern, semi 30c in COI.NS. your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 375 Qalncy St., Chicago 6, IU. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52. Pall and Winter. This new Issue is filled with Ideas for smart, practical sewing for » new season; gift pattern printed Inside the book, 25c, by Horison, "Dream" by McAmls, "Serenade" by Till, Wagner's and Mendelssohn's marches, and "O Perfect'Love." Mr. Evans sang "Because" before the wedding party appeared, and "O Master, Let Us Walk With Thee" as a blessing at the close of the service. - t -. , > ' --> .>_ s gave 'I'How Do I Love «;.'.Bni«i'l-'!)laycd "Clare .' 1 'Her gown was ballerina length, fashioned of orchid nylon not. Tiny ruffles, held In place by satin piping, encircled the gown from the top of (he strapless bodice to (lie hem. White carnations were pinned at her waist. Mrs. Trowbrldge, violinist, wore a gown of kelly green Lice and net over taffeta. She played "Calm Is The Night" by Bohm, aa the tapers were lit. and later In the service played "I Love Thee" by-Cries. She wore white carnations at her waist. Attendants \Ycnr Green Tnperlighters were Miss Irene Johnson, sister of ttie groom, nnd Mrs. Barney Crook, sister of the bride. Maid of honor was Miss Paula McEride of Pine Blutf and bridesmaids were Miss Kathcrine Westbrook, Miss CIIKie Overman, and Miss Billie Jane Rodgers. All feminine attendants were identically attired in lime green organdy floor length gowns. Their kirts were poised over lalfet.i and attached to the fitted on£ walsted bodices which were buttoned Irom the Queen Elizabeth collar to the point in front, with self material buttons, rmrt were sleeveless. They wore ballerina slippers dyed to match. Taperlightcrs \\ore orchid carnation hairdo's. The maid of honor cturied a ballerina bouquet, of deep I piirnle varicatcd carnations, and bridesmaids carried orchid carnations in identical design to that of the mtkl of honor. Hrfilc \\>rvrs Pure While Pure «hitc was chosen by the hride for her tuarriace. Approach-. ii-.jj the nlt-r on the arm of hrrj father, who K»VC her to wrd. Miss I Buchanan wore a cown or chrmtilly l:ice oi'rr pure white slipper satin The titled borticc featured a single row of leer covered buttons that extended to the point in the lone Wi>i?t. I.oni; fitted sleeves ended In pniuts uver the hands, nnd the Queen Kli/abeth collars ucre embroidered on the edge with a dainty row or seed pearls. Her full skirt fell to a short eathedral train, and Mrs. Hughes Is Hostess to Sisters Hotel Noble was the scene yesterday for an informal drop in Blven by Mrs. Lynn Hughes In honor of her two sisters, Mrs. Wilson nicker Wnlph, who has recently moved here from Macon. Ga and Mrs. George Scotl Picryear of Jotiesboro. Tho GO guests were served from a table overlaid In white linen cutwork, centered with yellow rosebuds which were flanked by yellow tapers. Presiding nt the tea table were Mi 1 a. 1 ffewlo;|.Whlt!s. Mrs. J. E Stevenson. Mrs. William Farrlmond Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs. Vcrnon Thomnuon and Mrs. Mike Yates. Ones!,! called between tile hours of 3:30 p.m. nnd 5:30 p.m. ForewelJ Given in Home Miss Barbara Carler nnd Mrs James Vest were hostesses last night nt a farewell party Riven for Mrs. William Horton, who Is moving io Memphis, and Misses Altaic Wlmnerly nnd Maxlne Overman, who arc leaving for college. After a dessert course wns served to the guests, canasta wns played by the group. Party the veil, drifts of French Illusion fell In natural folds, to fingertip length, from n fitted satin iinti lace cloche which was embroidered with seed pearls. She carried n white satin Bible centered *lth._a pure white orchid surroimHciOy feathered carnations nnd stephanotis. Serving his brother as best man was Clarence Johnson, nnd ushers were L. E. Stover ol Duhith, Minn Johnny Buchanan, brother of the bride, and Wnyne Rhoadcs, a cousin of the groom. For (he man-Inge of her dauch- ter, Mrs. Buchanan was dressed in navy blue dress with white trim Charles Buford Young Marries Patricia Sue Kindle of Texas Now on a Western wedding trip arc Yeoman Seaman Charles Bu- forci Young and his hrlde, (he former Miss Patricia Sue Kindle o! Mc- wedding ring theme was su*. mcnl of steph.inofls and lilies of d in decoration for . o s Bested in decoration for the church, the valley The altar was centered with a white " wrought Iron arch entwined ,-.,1, jntle foliage nnel centered at the top with two-Interlocking white wedding bands caught with an arrangement of white asters. Flunking each side of the arch .•ere tall baskets of white sladioli backed by seven-branched candelabra holding white cathedral tapers. The bridal aisle was marked by white satin bows holding white asters, which adorned the pews. |jiuui:u „ CDrs A program of nuptial music yas,her shoulder presented by Miss Billie Lee, 'vo- dressed for tlj, callst. and Mrs, Carl CSracy. organ- lace over na' orchid, which white Bible. surrounding was mounted on honor and all white accessories, she pinned a lavendar orchid at her shoulder. Mrs. Johnson wore a dress In navy blue sheer with navy and white accessories. A lavendar orchid was nlnned nt her shoulder. Parents Host Fnr TIrcention Wedding guests gathered in the church dining room for n reception, after the ceremony, when the bride's parents were host. Centering the table, was a four- tlcrccl wedding cake encircled with fern, studded with white carnations. The tnble wns overlaid with n white macicrla cloth over srcen, and held two crystal punch bowls nnd two trinlo branched crystal candelabra Miss Hnzel Brannen. and Mils Lnimpll Overman served punch, and Mrs. Bill McCltire and Miss I,eta Ftrw C;is.'!io served the cake. Mrs. Clarence Johnson presided at t^e bride's book. Each wore a white carnation hairdo. Om-of-toivn attests Included Mrs nob navid of West Memphis. Mt<s Joan Haley of West Memphis, Mr. ?,nrl Mrs. l,ouls Trowbridge and family of St. Louis. The- couple departed for a Northern Wfrfdiiin trip, the bride wearing a crcen linen two-piece dress trimmed with emerald colored Moiics n! the shoulder. Her accessories uerc of gray limd and she wore a small gray frit halt she plmirrt her white orrtild at her shoulder. \ Mr. and Mrs. Johnson plan to return to Blytheville before making their home fn Atlanta, Ga. calist, and Mrs, Cnrl Gracy, orpau- 1st. Among Mrs. Oracy's selections were the traditional j»archcs. Miss Lee sang "Because" preceding the procession of the bridal party to the altar. As a blessing, she sang Malottc's arrangement of "The Lord's Prayer." Attending the bride as maid of was Miss Dorothy Jane or Grnml Saline, and bridesmaids were Miss Armstrong of Granbury, and Miss Fays H«n Walthall. and Miss Shirley ' Covington., both of McKinney. All her atemiants were identically attired in pink nylon tulle gowns of wr.lta length, which featured fitted bodices, and bouffant skirls. They carried wedding rin^ arrangements of deep pink asters. Candlelighters preceded tiie wedding party to the altnr. They were J. C. Milstcad of McKinney, and Otis Harvey of Sweetwater. Michael Kindle, cousin of the bride, served as ring bearer, and Brcada Daniel served as flower girl Both are from McKinney. Hrlde Approaches Allar Given in marriage by lu-r father, the bride chose a gown of white chantilly lace fashioned with a wide oval neckline outlined by applique lace flowers. The long tichtly fitted sleeves tapered to .petal points over her hands and wore outlined by the same applique motif. The extremely full gathered skirt Broiher Is Best Man Serving Mr. Young as best man was his brother, Benjamin Kenneth Young of Blythevllle. and groomsmen were Mr. Milstead and Mr. Harvey, who lighted tapers, and Dan Franks of Electra, Tex. Mrs. Kindle chose for the marriage of her daughter a nnvy lace dress with pink accessories, and pinned a corsage of gardenias at Mrs. Young was occasion in n pink over navy blue. The short jacket of pink lace was lined with the same blue. Her accessories were In navy blue, and her corsage was of gardenias. Mr. and Mrs. Metz Kindle, aunt and uncle of the bride, were host for a reception at their home following the wedding. Centering the table, which was overlaid In whlje lace was n four tiered wertding.-cake and on each side was" a crystal punch bowl holding pink frostecUpunch. Miss Doris JeirivrDavis of McKinney served cifte,. Miss Barbara Wilson of Borgqrr'-.Tex.. served punch, and Mrs. Jackie Hogge presided over the bride's book. Mrs. Young wore'for Jifr, wedding trip a moss green wool crepe suit) with brown accessories, ijtui pinned the white orchid from 'her bridal bouquet at her shoulder.' The couple will make their home at 47 Lime Street, Long Beach Calif., where Seaman Young Is sta- tionert. Guest Is Honored At Morning Party Mrs. Samuel P. Morris yesterday complimented Mrs. Fred Steclman of Vlctorville, Calif., with an informal morning party. Mrs. Stedman k the guest of her parents, Mr .ami Mrs, P. D. Foster. Summer flowers were used In varied arrangements to decorate the rooms in which she entertained. Mrs. Norris was assisted in serving party foods by her daughter, Miss Maureen Norrls. Resident Honored At Luncheon Here Mrs. Paris McCalla was hostess yesterday for a politick luncheon at her home for members of the Friday Club, when they honored Mrs. Monroe Grain. A cut-work cloth overlaid the table, centered with a low mixture of summer flowers, from which a three-course luncheon was served Bridge games were conducted after lunch and winners were Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Mrs. S, E. Tune and Mrs. Htirmon Taylor. Mrs. Grain was presented a gift. Gosnell Baptists Compliment Friend Mrs. Marie Mater was complimented by 21 friends last night at Gosnell Baptist Church, with a shower of gifts for her new home on Wilson Avenue in Dell. Mrs. Martin Trenkle and Mrs Hoy McKay were hostesses at the The refreshment table was overlaid with damask cloth and centered with vivid red rose buds in crystal. Crystal candelabra hold- In!? white tapers stood at each end of the table. Mrs. Mater was given a corsage of pink rose buds. Meeting- Postponed Because of the Labor Day Holiday, the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church has postponed their meeting which was scheduled Monday. The meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. w. D. Cobb at 1053 Hear/i Sept. 8. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. a. T. Moody, Gc-snell Mrs. Ed Lawler. Cooter Mrs. W. H. Mitchell and baby, City Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bracey and daughter, Miss Roberta Bracey. will have as their guest over the week end their son and brother, Lt. Bill Bracey. of Moullrie, Ga. Miss Bracey will have as other guests. Miss Anna White of Marion, Ark., and Miss Pat Fleming of Blloxl, Miss. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Sr., of Jonesboro, has returned to her home of- ter visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Jr., and family for 10 days. Grace Raper returned to her home In Biiggsville, Ark., where she will return to school, after spending the summer with her sister, Mrs. N. P. Marshall, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Damon and daughter. Emily, and grandson, Mark Townsend , left today for Charleston. Mo., to meet Mr. and Mrs. Ed Townsend of Nevada, Mo., at the home of Mr. Townsend's mother. Miss Nancy Damon, who has spent the week in Cape Girardeau. will also arrive in Charleston today. R. F. Kirshner and his daughter. Mrs. Nancy Trissler, returned from Pilgrim Rest, Mich., while Mrs. Kirslincr will remain with Jennie Trissler and Bobby Kirshner until he enters central Michigan College at Mount Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee returned home Wednesday from St. Louis. Lt. and Mrs. R. D, Hughes, Jr.. of Wichita Palls, Tex., will arrive here foday to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hughes. Sr. Miss Nancy Hushes of Memphis will arrive today also to spend the Labor Day weekend u-ith Jicr parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines have returned from St. Louts, where (hey spent several days. Betty Watson has had as her guest for the week Nancy Bryan of Gary. tnd. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bryan will arrive tonight to be the guests of the Oclean Watson family. They will all return home tomorrow. R M. Holt returned home yesterday by plane from New Orleans, where he attended the second annual National Coroners Convention. He spent four days In a school in instructions. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Bagan announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, yesterday at Walls Hospital. She has been named Deborah Ann. Mrs. Eagan is the former Miss'Ophelia Alford. Mrs. James R. Brooks of Law-ton, Okla., will arrive today to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hall. Miss Mary jo Hall of Washington, D. e,, also will arrive this afternoon. Miss Virginia Swearengen, who is nos" making her home in Memphis, -is spending the holiday week Coming Events Monday First Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service has 3 p.m. business session and program meetini at the church. Business Women's Circle of Trinity Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Bob Webb on Cherry Street. Circles One and Two of Trinity meet at 2:30 p.m. for a buslnesi • session. Tuesday Junior Auxiliary has regular meeting with luncheon at the Rustic Inn. Country Club Is scejie o! Duplicate Bridge League game. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Big. mn Phi meets with Mrs. Elmer Norman. Mrs. Blake Polly Is co-hostes». Wednesday Miss Betty Black entertains members of CIB. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League plays at the Hotel Noble. Mrs. Eugene Brown Is hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Saturday Duplicate has afternoon game at the Hotel Noble. Where heavy furniture has flat- encd down, the nap of your rug, bold a vapor-steam iron over the rug. about an Inch or two from the surface. Move It back and forth over the dent to let the ateam permeate into the nap. The nap will be restored, like magic. Stitch and Chatter Holds Election ine extremely lull gathered skirt wcsicy Thomas wil of the lace motif was poised over Crawford, co-hostess Members of the Stitch nnd Chatter Club hold au-election meeting last night nt the home of Mrs. Wesley Thomas with Mrs. Ruby ver layers of nylon net edged with deep ruffles that accented the scallop design of the lace, and complimented the waltz length. Her veil of imported French silk a circle to her Illusion extended in shoulders from brimmed Ion tulle, and accented on either , slde by a small cluster of forget- nnd white lines of 'the me-nots valley. She carried a cascade arrauge- Officers include Mrs. Frank Perkins, president; Mrs. Thomas, vice president; Mrs.. Morris Osmenl, secretary: Mrs. Thomas Dorris, treasurer; Mrs. Harold Eubanks, reporter; nnd Mrs. Terry Prevost. Mrs. Lee Janet. Mrs. H. W. Mahall. A dessert course wns served. Read Courlei News Classified Ads. Open 1:00 p.m. Shtnv Starts at Oiish. J S'io\vs Every Night SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE Cartoon & Serial: "The Oregon Trail \ 0 . i" Popular AAusic Piano and Voice Musical Activity Classes for Pre-Sdiool Children Open Sept. 1. MRS. EDDIE SALIBA 210 Easl Missouri p llone .13 SUNDAY & MONDAY SAVAGE PASSIONS Aflame in the North\A»| a nfic!,; T v>«;^ ^->^^ ALSO SHORTS: "Tar with Star" "Fair Haired Hare" CARTOON AND COMEDY INSURANCE announces new location .111 NORTH 1ST Ground Floor end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. S\vcarcngcn. Mr. Swearengen's sister, Miss Hallye Swearengen of Magazine, Ark,, accompanied her home. Mrs. E. B. McLemore and Mrs. o. V. Daws returned home from a week's visit in Vicksburg, Ml»s. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Mcl.cmore's daughter, Mrs Jack Reed of mica. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times LAST TIME TODAY C;irloon & Serial! "The Tigcrman No- 12" SUNDAY - MONDAY Double Feature AiR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SATURDAY — DOUBLE FEATURE "WILD STALLION " vvilh Hen Johnson and Krlgar Huchanan ^Cartoon & Serial: "The 131nck Hawk No. 3 SUNDAY & MONDAY Ann SHERIDAN fliin LUND Pig A Roo ALSO SHpKTSl • Rugged Rangers Para. News RIT2 GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. John Arends and family Mr. and Mrs- B. N. Northcutt .Miss Jtianita Overman Mr. and Mrs. Roland Warrinjtlon and family TH«Wlt» NORTH ' ELYSE KNOX MARIE WILSON JOHH HUBBAflD Also Metro News

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