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PAGE FOUR BLYTHKYILLB (ARK.) COUKIBR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16/19M Jane Shelter), Society Editor Phone 4461 James H. Smart Claims Bride In Church Ceremony In a weddiiig of widespread social Interest through east Arkansas and Mississippi, Miss Harriett Washington, daughter of Mrs. Oran Washington of Holly Grove,.became the bride' of James Herschel Smart of Blylheville and Greenwood, Miss., son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Herschel Smart of Blytheville, yesterday afternoon, in Holly Grove. The Rev. Charles P. McDonald officiated at the ceremony before a large group of relatives and friends at (he Methodist Church in Holly Grove at 4 p.m. Mrs. Mayola MacDougal of -Holly Grove, organist, presented a program of pre-nupiial music. Mrs. Harry Allen of Brlnkley. vocalist, sang, "Thine Alone," 'All for You" and as the couple knelt for the blessing, "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. MacDougal played the traditional marches for the processional and recessional. Woodward!.! trees formed the background for (he scene. A massive central arrangement was fan shaped and was made of white.glad- ioli and large white silver sheen chrysanthemums. Garlands of ivy with clusters of gardenias extended to standing baskets of gladioli, chrysanthemums and stock. Cathedral candleabra; entwined in Ivy and holding bouquets of gardenias, held slender tapers. • . The candles were lighted preceding the cerecony by Judith LaNell Brooks of Greenwood, Miss., niece of v the groom and Agnes Clair Terry of Helena. They wore iden- • ticar floor length frocks of white organdy 9ver taffeta with dropped shoulders and full skirts. Tiny nosegays of white and yellow blossoms were pinned in their hair. Bride Wears Nylon A Mauser original wedding gown of white nylon posed over white taffeta was selected by the bride, who was escorted to the altar by her father. The fitted bodice featured a Peter pan collar of taffeta and tiny taffeta covered buttons down the front. The sleeves were long and ended In petal points over the wrist line. The bouffant skirl, enhanced with narrow bands of taffeta, ended in a sweeping cathed- eral train. Her fingertip veil of Imported French illusion was attached to a tiara of pleated illusion banded in pearls. For "her bridal bouquet, she carried a. while lace fan topped with butterfly gardenias, slephanotis, and lilies of the valley. Tiny narrow white satin ribbons, encrusted with gardenias, fell away from the center of the design. _. ':..:. .' Mrs. James Buchanan Squler of Memphis attended her sister as matron of honor. She wore a dress ol bittersweet nylon net over taffeta, W replica of the bride's gown except the. tight bodice with the high neckline ended in short sleeves. The lull skirt banded with 'taffeta, was floor length and she wore » picture hat of nylon braid In a matching shade. A fan mounted with pale yellow net In which was set. clusters of butterfly gardenias tied in matching ribbons was carried by Mrs.. Bquler. The bridesmaids, Mrs. Harris Hunt of Earle, also a sister of the bride, Mrs. Robert Gattis McHaney of Blytheville and Mrs .Robert Noel Sims of West Memphis, wore dresses Identical to that of the matron of honor. They wore matching hats and carried bouquets of similar design. , Brother Is Best Man Donald Smart of Greenwood, brother of the groom, served as best man. Ushers were James Mcll Brooks, Jr., of Greenwood, Richard Jones of Fort Worth, Tex., Rufus Allen Thompson of Helena and George Mcrcier of Corinth. Miss. The brides mother chose an afternoon dress of aqua lace, and wore a small pink beaded felt hat. She wore natural accessories and a pink camellia corsage. Mrs. James Mell Brooks, Jr., sister of the groom, chose a gown of pale blue lace and crepe with which she wore a snug fitting flowered hat. She also wore pink camellias. Mrs. Richard Jones of Fort Worth, Tex., sister of the groom, was dressed in an afternoon dress of white crepe worn with Iilack accessories. She was presented a camellia corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Washington entertained immediately following with a reception in the social rooms ol the church. Fan shaped arrangements at white blossoms and baskets filled with gladioli and chrysanthemum; decorated the spacious room. The receiving line consisting ot Mrs. Washington. Mrs. Brooks, Mrs Jones, the bride and groom and the feminine attendants was formed before a background of Woorlivnr- dia fern and white blossoms. A white linen and lace clotl overlaid the bride's table which was Dr. Orlie Parker DENTIST announces Ihc opcninE of his offices In Ihc Ingram Building . . . formerly occupied by Dr. H. A. Taylor. Office Hours 8:30-5:0(1 Telephone 2792 Residence I'hone 2111 OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT Mrs. James Herschel Smart —Maxwell-Martin phulo by Druckcr Visitors Enierlainecl /ilh Politick Supper Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Garner of Stuart. Pla., housegue.il of their daughter, Mrs. N. C. Patterson and amily. were honored last night vhen Mr. and Mrs. W, Leonard Smith entertained with a poUuck ;uiiper at their home. Thirty guests attended the af- alr. Following the supper whicn vas served from the dining t.lble, he remainder of the evening was pent informally. Bowls of mixed supper flowers vere arranged around the home. Cpl. Bobby Viivon of Alaska, lousegue.st of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Vinson, was an out of own guest. V\rs. Riggs Joins Circle Seven••••>>.; Mrs. Ivcrson Riggs met as a new member last night with Circle Sev•n of the First 'Methodist Church, vhen Mrs. Blan Heath was hostess it her home for the monthly mcet.- ng. Following the reading of a se- ectcci scripture and a prayer Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe presented the program, - In the social hour following the meeting, Mrs. Heath served a oe.s- ;ert course. idorned with an arrangement of gardenias, stephanotis and lilies of he valley arranged on a white let fan. The four tiered decorated veddlng cake w a s topped with ilies of the valley and stephanotis. These flowers also encircled the cak'e. Antique silver three branch- id candleabra held glowing tapers. Northern Wedding Trip The young couple left following he reception on a northern wedding trip and will He at home in Stnrkville. Whs., after September II, where the groom will be grarf- lated from Mississippi state this I'ear. A natural shantung suit, worn vlth brown accessories was selected by Mrs. Smart for traveling She wore i corsage ot cymbidium orchids. Out of town guests included. Mr •\na Mrs. Murray Smart. Mrs. E. i. Woodson. Mr. and Mrs. E. It Dickinson. Mis.s Rosemary Johnston. James M. Williams. Jr.. Mr ind Mrs. W. M. JonU. Max Harrison and Mrs. j. M. Jontz. all of Blytheville. Mrs. Settlemire Heads Delta Gamma Alumna Mrs. Mavis Sclllcmlre was elected lo head the Delta Gamma alumna association for this section. Monday at an initial meeting of the group at her home on Highway fil. In the business session of the group, officers for the association were named. Others elected to assist Mrs. Settlemire were, vice- president. Miss Sara Langston of Luxora; secretary and treasurer. Miss Virginia Swcarcngen; anch- ora correspondent, Miss Prances Shouse nnd membership chairman. Mrs. P. B. Joyner. Plans were discussed for a Delta Gamma project with various activities being named. The meetings of the alumna will lie held the third Saturday of each month. It was decided. Plans for a rush party for sophomore or upper classmen at the University of Arkansas or freshmen at other schools, were completed. Delta Gamma sorority members of this section were invited to Join the association. Mrs. Settlemire said. Delta Gamma is a nationally recognized social sorority for unlvcr- sity and college women. Bits of News Twelve Attend Circle Meeting Ten members ol circle Five of the First Presbyterian Church met Monday night at the home of Mrs. E. B. Thomas, with Mrs. Lucy Me- Adams, co-hostess. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty and Mrs. C. M. Gray were guests with the Circle. The meeting was opened with prayer after which Mrs. A. A. Mantey presented the Bible study on Prayers. In the social hour the hostess served refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson are vacationing for two weeks at Colorado Springs, Colo.' Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moody and daughters, Rhlta and Alphla, and Mrs. Grady Goff and son, Garry, and Mrs. Mllford Miller spent the weekend In Boonevllle. Miss,, as guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Moss' and family. ' Billy Carter fs spending this week In Rlploy. Tenn., as guest of his aunt. Mrs. w. E. Harlan while his parents are vacationing at Macinac Island, Macinac. Mich. Mr. ami Mrs. J. Fcirrls McCalta and daughter. Jenny Wren, spent yesterday In Memphis. Today they are visiting In Ro.iemark, Tenn., as guests of Mr. McCalla's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hoke spent Tuesday in Memphis. While there they visited Mrs. George Hubbard. Jr.. and son, George Gaincs, at the Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Mary Reese and two chll- d.Tn. Charles and Mary Ann, have .•clurnccl from Market! Tree where they spent a week with Mrs. Reese's nan-ills, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wiitlow Mrs. Vance Alexander and children of Memnhls are spending this week as guests of Mrs. Alexander's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Airs. Blan Henth and Mrs. Tom Little spent Tuesday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. j. T. via and daughters. Patty Ryan and Mary Nell, of Bplls, Twin., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison. Mrs. p. E. Black and daughter Miss Betty Black, have returned from St. Louis where they were the guests of their sister nnd aunt. Mrs. Roy W. Harper ami Judge Harner. Miss Blii-k. who' had ucen spending two weeks In St. Louis, was '-'-prl there Friday by her mother. They returned home yesterday. J. D. Via left yesterday [or Jackson, Miss., where he will visit as guest of his son. Tra Via and family Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawaii and Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Seibert have re- I turned from - Columbus. Ga., where ' they altended the Inner.-! of John I W. O'Neal. Sr,. father ot John W i O'Neal of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Adkisson. Mrs. Jack Adkisson and the Rev. David McPeake spent Mondav In Memphis. They went especially to attend the celebration of the birthday of Fred Pr-rry Von H"fe. son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Von Hnfc. While there, the Rev. Mr. McPnake was the true':! of Miss Carolyn Ditto. Mrs. C'wles MrDiniel and Miss Evelyn McDantel returned last nleht from Mom-inis where thev hrtd rone lo be with Joe McDaniel of Luxora who underwent s> r rfrerv yc'tfday at the Methodist K"W- tr-i. Tills Is the third oneraMon Mr. McDanlel has unri»r^on» .following an RccMent" last December. Mrs. Samuel F. .Norris returned vcsterdav from St. Louis. Mrs. Nor- rls was accomnanl-vl to St. Lo"' 1 ; bv her mother. Mr«. Robert Lee K'"q. who rnniMner! fnr n vlsll. with her •d!>"»hrer Mrs. Hibbcrt B-ltom. The Rev. David McPeike is Micndlng this week in Jackson. Tenn., as guest of relatives. Mrs. w. B. Tanner left today for Memphis where she will spent! several days with her son. Jimmy Tanner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack chamblln and sons are now at home at 1037 Chickasawfoa. the former E. R. Lancashire home. Mr. and Mrs. Chamb- lih and sons formerly resided at 1319 W Walnut. Mrs. Quince Davis and Mrs. Blanch Davis of Steele. Mo., were the Monday guests of their sister and cousin. Mrs. Ivil stone. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Briggs and family arc uo\v at home at 1007 W Tea Is Given In Compliment To Mrs. Johnny White Highlighting the summer tocuU events was the tea given ywUrday 'at the Ben White home, In compliment to Mrs. Johnny White, a it- cent bride. Mrs. White uid M Ben M. White entertained with the outstanding event from 3 to t p for the Blytheville social set. Mrs. White Is the former Joyce Roseborough of Senatobia. Miss. The rooms of the Whit* boot* were transformed into a sett^n* at summer beauty. Bouquets of' gladioli, In shades ranging from orchids to vivid reds, wer« placed around the rooms. Yellow roiea, and blue sage set in a low bowl, shaded Ivory gladioli, and glittering bronze hucd gladioli, contributed to' the striking scene.. Throughout the afternoon, punch and dainty party foodi were served from the maderia draped refreshment table, which was topped with golden hued and while gladioli and daisy pompoms. Topping the buffet of the room, was a fan shaped design of gladioli and chrysanthemums, in shades blending from soft lavenders to vivid yellow. Placed throughout the home In compliment to the vivid color scheme were bowls of harmonizing flowers. Focal point of interest in the entertaining room was a wicker baslcet from which brimmed purple and lavender gladioli set belore the lire- place. Interspersed In the design were bronie and yellow chrysanthemums. Receiving the guests as they f-n- tercd were the Mesdames White. Mrs. Johnny White, the honoree was dressed In an afternoon gown fashioned of white organdy nnd completed in a red trim. Assisting the hostesses during the affair were Mrs. L. D. Chamblln, Mrs. Jesse M White, Mrs. Erie Taylor, of Caruthersvllle, Mrs. Ernest Hazel, Caruthersvllle, Mrs. Uelvln Halsell, Mrs Bob Lee Smith, Mrs. Jack chamblln, and Mrs. Ed Stewart. The hostesses and the assistants each wore a single fragrarit gardenia. Mrs. White was presented * corsage of gardenias. Out of town guests who called were Mrs. Cecil White of Clurkdale, Mr.s. Vcra MacArthur of Steele, Mrs. "f ~"*<2f f ,JST> -;<<y ty"%*£ ;?, '%&'.<*'/ ,'*'*!,$ > V/Vy^'V^ **'</ ', fatf*. ^;4C ICE CREAM SUPPER TONIGHT! i Homemade Ice Cream, Cake Serving 25c Catholic School Lawn Begins 5:30 — Public Cordially Invited Sponsored by Catholic Ladies Everyone Invited S p.m. Msliil CHURCH of CHRIST Main at Highway 61 AugustlS Through 27 Everyone Invited S p.m. Mghlly Tommy Sliclton SOUR Ilircctor J. l.KONARt) .JACKSON Franklin, Tenn. H. F. S Local Kvangcllst Main, the former C. C. Stevens home. Mr. and Mrs. Briggs and family formerly resided at 1318 Holly. Mr and Mrs. Albert Davis and family have returned to their home in Steele after spending several months in Detroit. Mich. W. L. Davis of Bragg City, Mo.. is spending this week here as guest of his daughter, Mrs. Ivil Stone and family at their home on Clark St. Miss Nancy Hughes arrived in Blytheville Monday from Dallas, Tex., where she had been employed for the past two years to be the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R D. Hughes, until Aug. 27. Miss Hughes has accepted a position In tne ortice of Sen. E. C. Gainings In Washington. D.C. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Davis of Bragg City, and Mr. and Mrs. Quince] Davis of Sleele. have returned to their homes after spending several days in Clinton. Wlngo and Maylield. Ky, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Buchanan —Photo -by Mason Buchanans Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. William C. Buchanan of 116 E. Clark St. marked their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday The special occasion was celebrated Sunday at the home of their daughter. Mrs. Homer P. Hodge of Lone Oak, with a dinner for 24 relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan, who have made their home in Blytheville for i the past 38 years have three chil- I dren. Mrs. Edith Hodge of Lone , Oak. C. L. Buchanan of St. Louis and c. G. Buchanan of Blytheville. I Following dinner the large cake ! with its decorations of golden shaded leaves and the number "50". was • cut and served the rmesis. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Buchanan and family 1 and Allen Spicer of St. Louis. Comino Events Social Calendar Thursday C. and N. Birthday Club and guests entertained al the Dogwood Club house with a picnic supper at 7 p.m. Mrs. Jim Henry Burks, hostess. Mrs. Charles Rose hostess to Oo- tette Club. Kibitzers play at home of Mrs Robert McH&ney. Mrs. T. O. Huey hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Friday Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist . Church meets for monthly business and social meeting at the church at 3 p.m. Hostesses, Mr. A. C Haley. Mrs. O. C. Ganske. Miss Lonnle Moore Johnson, bride elect of Arthur S. Harrison, will be entertained with a tea shower at Hotel- Noble at 3 p.m. Hostesses. Mrs. H. R. Schmuck, Mrs. Bob Barnes, Mrs. Melvln Halsell. Mrs. Oliver Scalbeck of Cedar Falls. la. Mrs. T. A. Haggard of Steele. Mrs. P. W. Coleman of Caruthcrsville, Mrs. Prank Huffman of Stceie and Mrs. Ralph Hutcheson of Caruth- ersvllle. Mrs. MacArthur and Mrs Seal- beck, sisters of Mrs. Ben White, were special guests. Announcing the Opening £ of * Jackie & Gussie's Beauty Salon 216 N. Franklin Very Special {'rices On All Permanents For A Limited Time Dial .1391 Operators ^ • Jackie Jackson Blasrfel Gussie B«an -' JACKIE & GUSSIE'S Beauty Salon Dial 4394 , j CO YOU OWN A HOME? 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