The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 2, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 2, 1950
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PAGE TWO «LYTHEVTU,E (ARK.) COURTKR NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST t, I960 Jane Slielton, Society Editor 1'lion* 4461 Carmel R. Clune Takes Bride In Church Ceremony Corpus Chrlstl church In Dayton, O., was the scene Saturday July 29, for the marriage of Miss Etlna Pfelffer of Dayton and Carmel Raymond Clune of Blytheville, son of Mr. and Mrs. J, lien Clune. At 8:30 a.m. Father Harry Ansbury read the double ring ceremony and performed the nuptial muss. The altar was decorated with plnd- iolt, snapdragons and palms. Flickering light from many tapers burn- Ing in candelabra arranged alon? the altar and set in nisle hnlriers cojiiplcted the church decorations. Wedding music was presenter! by Urban Deger, organist, and Ralph Fteischman, vocalist. Preceding her sister to the al'.ar was Mrs. William Armstrong, matron of honor. Mrs. Vincent Leibold, sister of the bride and Mrs. J. B. Clutie, Jr.. were btide.s:naids. The attendants wore gowns of blue marquisette. The bodice featured a round collar and Inserts of Chan- lilly lace. The same lace edged the pephmi, with marmiisette milt.s completing their ensemble They carried bouquet- of spring [lowers and wore matching arrangements In their hair. Bride Wears While The bride, who walked to the altar with her father, wore a sown of white irninjuLsette styled with a fitted bodice, with a yoke of illusion tulle outlined by a bertha of Chantilly lace. Long sleeves were edged with lace ruffles at the wrist line. The full skirt developed into a chapel length train. Her fingertip veil of imported Frencc illusion was appllqucd with bows of Chantilly lace and edged with scalloped lace. A Muary Stuart hat of tulle held the veil secure. The br;dal bouquet contained stephanotis and babysbreath. J. B. Clnne served a.s best man lor his brother. Ushers were William Armstrong, Vincent Lcibold and Victor Woeste. * For her daughter's marriage, Mrs. Pfeiffer chose a dress of dusty ro.-e crepe, with a pink hat and black and white accessories. Mrs. Clune was dressed In a pink dress with white accessories. Both mothers had orchid corsages. A breakfast was served at the Wishing Well following the ceremony. The reception was held at the home ol the bride's parents In the afternoon. Wedding Trip Later in the evening, Mr. Clune '. '( !- , _ _ i C'nliresty of Dayton, O., Daily News EXCHAN'OIiS VOWS—Mrs. Carmel Haymond Chine of Dayton, O., was before her marriage Saturday In Dayton, Miss Edna Pfeiffer. Mr. Clutie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ben Clune of Blythevllle. Mr. find Mrs. Clune will make their home in Dnyton, where Mr. Clune is a student at Dayton University. v .SMART DAYTIMER Mrs. M. E. Pan key Is Presented Layette Gifts Mrs, ette M. E- Punkey received .lay- ifts last evening from the 15 guests who gathered at the home of Mrs. Herman Graves for the shower given in compliment to Mrs. Pankcy. Mixed summer blossoms set In low bowls and arranged around the reception and entertaining rooms wore used, In the party games ot the levelling, prizes were presented Mrs, A. V. McDantel. Mrs. Pankey. Mrs. P. E. Wright, iMis. Mattfe Copeland, Mrs. Lloyd Gates nnd Mrs. Bill Chagnon. Mrs. Gray Gives Book Review for ESA Sorority Mrs. Ira Gray reviewed the book "My Granny Van" last evening at the bi-monthly meeting ol Epsiloti Sigma Alpha sorority, Mrs. Calvin Hill and Miss Mary Ball were hos- lo.s M to H members at the Hil home. Assorted huud summer flowers wcie placed around the room in which the meeting was conducted: Oletta Bailey Weds In Piggott Ceremony Miss Olella Bailey became the bride of James E. Parish, Jr., In a. ceremony performed Thursday. July 27 in J'iRgotl, Ark. Announcement of the nuptial exchange was made today by the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Bailey of Hlythe- ville. The Rev. J. D. Young. Baptist minister, officiated at the service at 8:10 p.m. Mls.s Mnry Ball attended as only feminine attendant. Miss Ball was dressed in a navy blue dress, with Bits of News Mrs. B. R. Alley left yesterday morning for Cincinnati, O., where she will spend two weeks with relatives. Mary Alice, Anita and Margaret Wrolen are spending two weeks in Pine Bluff as guests of their grand- which she wore navy acccssorip.s. I'a«nUs. Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Wroten. She pinned white carnations at her Mr - and Mrs. Ernest Ray have as their guest for two weeks, Mrs. Rrncst Baker and children, Donna and Connie of Dyers hi.rg. Mr, niul Mrs. Harvey Morgan will arrive tomorrow from St. Louis to spend the weekend as guests of Mr. Morgan's sislcr, Mrs. Otho Stanfteld and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jamison and daughter. Scott, moved to their newly completed home on Pecan, Monday. Mr. and Mr.s, Jamison and daughter had temporarily been at home on Davis. .shoulder. A powder blue summer gown was .selected by the bride. She wore blue accessories and had for her bridal flowers red carnations. Charles Turley of Kennett served as best man. Mr, and Mrs. Parish are now at iome at 130*i Chic'.ia.sawbu In Blytheville, * * * Church Groups Honored By Joann Richardson Joann Richardson was hos'.e.^s last evening at her home to 25 members and guests of the Yotiny People's Group of the Irnmanuel Baptist Church for a social. Guests \veri! members of the Youth group of C'alvary Baptist Church. The evening was spent informally in games after which the hos'.c s served asorted party foods with iced drinks. * * * Miss Liston Becomes ^nde of Larry Hearn Miss Lnla Wayne Liston, claiiRh- <or of Mr and Mrs. II. P. Liston of Blytheville. became the bride of Larry Hcarn of Blytheville, In dnuble ring ceremony pnrformpd July 27 In Greenville. Miss. \V. Ellis Hodges and David, have by Miss Butonne Jaggers, president. A rj rt course was served by | the ho5te.sse.s following the review. . .,. j The grou p vis it ed M rs, Ray A girt cp^g^o^sw-ectpcas were! Swinney, a member who is ccm- fined to her home following a recent, operation. pinned nt the shoulder of Mrs. Pankey's printed frock. Party foods and iced drinks were served at the conclusion of the games. and his Indiana. selected bride left for a trip to For traveling Mrs. Clune yellow linen suit with Mrs. John Fields Guest At \Veekly Dessert Bridge Mrs. John Fields was invited as .^«.^» „ j.,..»« ...IVH AUIL »iL.ii a gllcst to mcct with mcm bcrs of orown and white ncca^oric.s. Upon j the TLE Club last night at the their return they will be at home home of Mrs. OoLto Ccraue in Dayton. v Mrs. Clune was graduated Irom Jiilienne High School and the University of Dayton. Mr. Clune attended Immaculate Conception school and was graduated from Blytheville High School. Fie will be The club nnrl guest were seated in the entertaining rooms of the home for the xvcekly de.sscrt bridge. Mixed summer I lowers [jrovidcd a summer touch to the scene. High score was won by Mrs. Jink.-, Scrarc, with Mrs. Robert Weidman graduated from ihe University of winning second hiifh and Mr.s. Her- Dayton in Janunry. man Turner, brid^o. Mr. fleam is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hearn of Riytnovitle. The vows were exchanged nt the home ol Mrs. W. J, Oakcs. nmit of the groom, before a group of friends and mothers of the couple. Pastel summer blossoms were placed In the room in which (he vows were exchanged and throughout the home. Martha Ann Moore of Greenville, nt tended as maid of honor. She was dressed in a brown afternoon frock with which she wore yellow roses. The bride was dressed In R Navy blue sheer frock complimented with white accessories. Shu pinned white roses Intermingled with lilies of the valley at her shoulder. Billy Matthews of Greenville served as best man. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony after which Mr, I Tea in and his bride left on a southern tour. They wtU make their home Ui Blytheville. • * • Thirty Five Attend Party Honoring Ann Robinson Thirty' five guests were invited to the Division Playground yesterday afternoon to attend the party :lven in celebration of the fifth birthday of Ann Robinson, ciiuieh- tcr of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Pin the tall on the donkey, fishing and other party games mnde up the afternoon's entertainment, with prizes being presented Donna Lou Day and Gean Brooks Atkinson. Twin birthday cakes topped the refreshment table from which pnrtj foods, Iced drinks and Ice cream were served the little guests. Dunna Lou Day, who also was observing a blrthday. was presented n, large cake Inscribed, "Happy Birthday Donna Lou." The other large, icing bpdrcknd cake held the candy letters, "Happy Birthday, Ann." Out of town guests were Terrj Wptci.fymp of Memphis, houseguest of her grandmother, Mrs. E Mr. and Mrs. and sons, Harry moved and arc now at home at 806 Chickasawba. They formerly made their home oti Clearlake Toad. Mrs. S. E. Webb returned Monday from a two weeks vacation in Shelby and Sutnncr, While in Shelby she was the houscgues of Mr. and Mrs. James Howe. In Sun mo r she visited Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Weidman of Clnffee. Mo., arrived this morning for several diyrs visit with their son, Robert Weidman and family and other relatives. Mrs. A. R. Wetcnkamp and daughter, Terry, of Memphis, spent yesterday in Blytheville with Mrs, We tcnka nip's mother. Mrs. E. M Terry. They came espcciall for Terry to attend the birthday party of Ann Robinson. —Courier News Photo QUARTET RNTKKTAINS CARAVAN—Members of the Methodist Youth Caravan conducting a serif* :f meetings here this week are shown above as they listened to the First Methodist Church quartet following a dinner at the church here last night The quartet tcok part in the recreation period that followed the dinner. Members of the Blytheville quartet ire Ueft to right) Jirnmie Henry, Harry C. Farr, C. G. Redman, Jr., and R. C. Alien. Mrs. Samuel laughter. Miss F. Morris and Maureen Morris, lave returned from Daytona Beach, •'la., where they vacationed for six weeks. They were accompanied home by Mr. Morris who Joined hetn for a brief time. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clune returned yesterday afternoon from Dayton, O.. where they attended the wedding of their son, Carme! R. Clune. They left later Jn the day for Mem>his foi several days visit. Mrs. Robert E. Lee King Is the iiouse^uest of her daughter, Mrs. Samuel F. N orris, Mr. Morris and MLss Maureen Morris, Mrs. King, who travels extensively, will leave in a week for St. Louts, 111., to visit with relatives. She will return, to Blythisville later lor several months' visit. Misses Joan Earls and Jean Snel- ton of Blytheville. Charlie McParland of Osccola and Bobby Deen Reed of Leachville spent yesterday In Memphis. Miss Sherry Whittle of the Number Nine Community is spending tills week in Blytheville as guest of M r. and M rs. A. D. Priest and daughter. Alice Priest. Dr. Jack Webb has returned from New Orleans where he attended series of lectures on visual disturbances in children, nt the New Orleans Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Infirmary. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Fugerson and family of Gtidsdoh, Tenn., are spending this week in Blytheville with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Forsythe Mr. For.sythe and Mrs. Fugerson are brother and sister. Mrs. Ray Swiney Is reported in satisfactory condition at her home on Ruddle Road. Mrs. Swiney recently underwent surgery at the Service Program Presented Circles A Royal Service program was presented for eleven members of the Calvary Baptist Church Circles Three and Four, who met last night at the church. ' Group singing followed with prayer led by Mrs. Haskel Graham, opened the meeting. Mrs. Vernon Boyd presided over the business after which Mrs. J. D. Widner, program chairman, led in the Service program. Mrs. Boyd opened the program session with a*devotional. Those participating in the discussions were Mrs. Marie Matter, Mrs Luc km Gaincs, Mrs. I^e Powell, Mr.s. Hubert Polsgrovc and Mr.s. Jim Rolli- SOIl. The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Mrs. L. C. Rollison. Convention Plans Made by Group Plans for the American Legion Auxiliary convention to be held in Little Rock. August 21-2L>. nere discussed last evening at the bt- montlily meeting of the Auxilinry. Mrs, Garland Moody advanced the colors [o open the meeting which was presided over by the president. Mrs. Jess Russell. Mrs. H. L. Halscll. Sr., led In prayer followed by the business session during which reports of various officers and committees were heard Following the discussion of convention plans for nine members of the Blytheville group to attend, the meeting was adjourned with the retiring of the colors. M. Terry, Bill Ogiesby of Little Rock, houseguest of Mr. and Mrs Phillips Robinson, Connie anc Cat hey Henririckson of Chester, Pa, housegucsts of Mr. and Mrs. H. H Houchlns, Sara Ann Brown of Steele nnd Mnry Cnuditl of Manila. Refr es 8806 J2-20 By Sue Burnett The perfect frock to greet the hew fall .season—nn attractive day- timcr with i x ulton- trimmed yoke ft net matching buttons for .skirt trim. Have short or three quarter sleeves. 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