roc* AT;'A' Newi PKotx 4461 Vannye K. Whitley Is Married In Church Ceremony Miss Vannye Kathryn Whit- Jey of Blytheville was mar- BECOMES ried to the Rev. Richard Be- BRIDE —Mr*. sancon of Stryker, 0., yester- Richard Besan- day afternoon at 4 p.m. in a CL °» was u . ntl1 ceremony performed at Brink- h« r niarnag* ley's Chapel at Lepanlo. yesterday a f- The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. lernoon at Robert C. Blackwell of Blylhevllle R r J n k ) e y J B »nd Joseph N. Whitley of Little pharw*! ; n \ f Bock. The Rev. Mr. Besancon Is^"*^ 1 *" ij * (he 1 son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bes- panto, AM A a mncon of Stryker, O. Vannye Kath- TTie double ring service was >aid by the Rev. p. H .Jerntgan of Calvary Baptist Church of Blytheville, before & large group of friend* And relatives. Palms were amassed along the chancel rail of the church, wilh two latge baskets filled with white gladioli set- amoiifcr huckleberry and baby's breath arranged on either side of the platform where the wedding party assembled, Wrought Iron candelabra holding lighted white tapers were set at intervals*.immediately in front of the extending: palms. A.sJe cloth marked the bride's aisles. »nne Whitley of BlytheviUe. Bits of —Photo by Faughl H. P. Young, pianist and Carrol Evans, vocalist, jjresetiled the nuptial music program as the guests assembled and, during the ceremony. Mr. Youn&'s selection included, "lYaunierei" R. Schuman, "If Thou Art Near" Bach, Theme from "Romeo and Juliet," Tsclial- kowsky and "Andante cantabile" Tschaikowsky. The traditional wedding marches were heard, and during the ceretnony, "To A Wild Rose" MacDowell was softly played. "I Love YOU Truly" and "The Sweetest Story Ever Told" were nung by Mr, Evans preceding (he ceremony. Escorted to the altar by her father, who gave her in marriage, was the bride who chose lor her wedding costume a ballerina .length gown fashioned of white organdy. The Tull flaring skirt was gathered to a. snug bodice which wax-closed along the center front line with tiny pearl buttons. A Peter Pan. collar and tiny puffed sleeves completed the costume. Her fingertip veil of misty French Illusion fell from A bonnet made from Chantilly lace edged in a single row of encntsted seed.pearls. Pleated ruching completed the bon net edge. She carried for her brtdal bouquet K floral fan made from clustered white carnations with a single orchid being set at the bottom eu^e ot the fan shape. Streamers of tiny satin ribbons flowed away in profusion from the desicn. Preceding the bride to the altar as matron of honor was Mrs. William R. Godwin, with Miss Ann Rob in so n attending as maid of hon- pr. Both feminine attendants wore gowns identical to that of the bride. Mra. Godwin's was fashioned of pky blue organdy, Miss Robinson's dres« ww made from buttercup yellow organdy. Each wore a bandeau of white carnations, Gail Zimmerman of Racine, WLS., served the Rev. Mr. Be s a neon as best man. Dan Atkins of Blythc- ville was usher. Mrs. Blackwell. mother of the bride, selected for her daughter's marriage an afternoon dress of black crepe. The bodice was finished in tucking with accents, ot tiny jet beads and Irish lace. She was presented gardenias. Immediately following Lhe ceremony, the Rev. and Mrs. Besancon left on a twj weeks northern wedding trip through Chicago, Michigan and North Carolina after which they will be at home in Waco. Tex,, where both wiH be jtudents at Baylor University. For traveling Mrs. Besancon changed to a tailored suit of leaf Rreeii gaberdine with which sin wore a snug fitting black velvet hat and matching velvet accessories. The orchid from her brida! bouquet was pinned at her shoulder. A large group of out of town New!y\veds Are Honored Witrx Dinner Parly Mr. and Mrs. Harral Turner of Bentonville, houseguesls of Mr, nnd Mrs. C. S. Baggett and Mr. and Mr.-. T. R. Ivy, were emertnmed last evening wilh a dinner parly at the Baggett home. Mrs. Turner, who was before her recent majriage, Miss Mary Batj- gett, Is a niece of Mr. Baggett and Mr Ivy. Flowers from the hostess' gardens centered the table at which the nine guests were seated. A lace cloth overlaid the long table. Following dinner the evening was spent informally during which Mrs. Turner was presented crystal in her selected pattern from her hostess. GEO Club Has Weekly Dessert Bridge Meeting Mrs. Ray whittington won high score. Mrs. Joseph McHaney second high anil Miss Vera Goodrich, bridge, last evening at the weekly dessert bridge game of the GEC Club. Mrs. joe Evrard was hostess at her home on Walnut (or the occasion. Assorted shaded blossoms were • placed around the spacious room In which the club was seated lor the game. Mrs. Ebb Carson Is Guest of YWA Mrs. Ebb Carson was a guest H3t evening with members of the YWA ol the Pirjt Baptist Church when MI.SS [Catherine We.stbrook was his- tess at her home Jor the weekly meeting. Mrs. Carson reviewed a chapter from the book. "Dauntless Women,' after which a brief business session »•»-, held. During the business, plans for county YWA meeting to be held Nov. 13 were discussed. Plans for the re-election of officers were made alter which the meeting was adjourned. The hostess served refreshments Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Golladay and dtughler, Misi Laura Swain, left yesterday afternoon for their home Cap* Qlrardeau after spending several days here at their Blytheville home on N. Highway 61. Miss Swain recently Joined her parents In Blytheville liter attending the summer Mssion al the University of Wisconsin after which she and tvro classmates toured the state of Wisconsin. Miss Swalti will leave next week for Washington Univer- sHy, St. Louis, to attend rush week. Billy Eldrldge of Little Rock was ihe weekend guest of his parenl.s. Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson and sister, jane. Miss June Stires left yesterday for Arkansas Slate, Jonesboro, where she will enroll as a sophomore next week. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Baughman and family and Miss Marian Mayes rrived today from Colorado prints, Colo., to spend several days ith Miss Mayes' parents, Mr. and Irs. John T. Mayes. Miss Mayes as been making her home In olorado Springs this summer 'here she has been employed. Mr. and Mrs. w. O. Reeves of ilytheville and Mr. and Mrs. O Lee of Jonesboro spent the week- nd in Memphis Mr. and Mrs, Bennett Bernard nd children, Owen, Evelyn, Sue nd Michael of Barstow, Calif., •ere the weekend guests of Mrs. iernard's aunt, Mrs. Jim Webb and ther relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stanford and Charles hsve lelurned home after Isitlng relatives and friends for lie past month in Lewisville, Hope .nd Te.xarkana, Ark., and Arcadia, ,a. They were accompanied home iy Mr. and Mrs. Judson Bowden nd Patsy of Arcadia. Louis Lansky will return tomor- ow from Chicago and Toronto where he has spent the past ten days with relatives. Mrs. B. B. WJson had as her weekend guest her son, John Bruce Wilson, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Polly Cooper and daughter, Polly Sue all if Delaplain, Ark. Mr. Wilson Is Service Program Given for WMU Reunion Honors S. J. Peery The 65th birthday of S. J. Peery of the. Huffman community w-*s celebrated with a family reunion for members of the Peery family at the home of a daughter. Mrs. Mary Gillis of Hayll, Sunday. Relatives and friends of Mr. Peery attended the al fresco affair. Mrs. Gillis was assisted throughout the day by her daughter, Miss Sue Gillis of Caruthersville. Special guests were Elmer Peery. son of the guest of honor, and Mr. Peery, step-mother ol the hono/e of Huffman, Mrs. Willie Hedge, Mrs. Grace Lewis and Mr. and M Jess Wilkins all of Blytheville ami Will Tumey and son, Rogers of Caruthersville. guests attended change. the nuptial ex- Seven member. 1 ; and three guests ofv'^e Number Nine WMU met lasl night at the home of Mrs. Ethe Whittle for a Royal Service program,' "Are Yon On A Diet?" Gueats meeting with the group were Everett Rhoades, Joan Bucltner and Dorothy. Whittle. Group singing and the devotional "Graven Oh the Hand of God" fol lowed wit)i prayer by Mrs. Louise Ray opened the meeting. Those participating in the pro gram topic discussions were Mrs Bess Rustln. Mrs. M. L. Hart, Mrs Whittle, Mrs. Ray, and Mrs. Lu cMle Julian. A duct was presented by the guests. .-.Joan Buckner and Dorothj Mrs.:fT; _N. Johnson, president adjourned the meeting with a prayer A sandwich plat* was served b; the hostess In the social hour fol lowing. Fashion Preview Is Presented Previewing new /all f.ijhions all departments \vere SIN model who appeared at the Monlgonier Ward Store Saturday. The models. Joan Matheny, Jean Shellon, Svie Orsbuni, Barbara Va Hooser. Peggy Zachery and th junior model, Shirtey Alley, appear ed from Id a.ni. to 12 noon an 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. GOSPEL MEETING H. r. Sharp Aug. 28-Sept.7 Strric-t 1:00 Nightly Luxora Church o! Christ Old Fashioned REVIVAL Circle Five Has Bible Study Mm. Go!dl« allies wu ho«U«s yesterday afternoon at htr home to members ot Circle Five dt C«l- vary Baptist Church (or a Bible study from the book of job. Mrj. Reba Priest opened the meeting with a prayer after which Mrs. Helen Gean conducted the business portion of the meeting. Following the Bible study, Mrs. Helen Ritchie adjourned the meet- Ing of the ten member* Tlth i prayer. HD Club Meets In Priest Home The bi-monthly meeting of the Lone Oak r.ome Demonstration Club was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Cecil Prleit. Mrs. J. O. Huey presided over the meeting, which was opened with group singing and the ey« opener of hand painted figurines, shown by Mrs. T. O. Huey. A devotional was given by Mrs. W. B. Mayo alter which the business se.ssion was held. During the dissensions, helpful hints for the home were given by Mix. J. O. Huey. In the social hour following che mcetijitf, the hostess served a sandwich plate Kith iced drinks. Coming Cvtntt , Social Cm\im4mi Miss Roumirjr JoRiuton \a complimented by MUB Swtarengen. Promised Land WSC8 me«U at the church at I p.m. Mrs. A. D. Print hoaUaa to Intermediate BTU of Calvary Baptist Church with a chicken supper at 7:30 pjn. Mis. O. W. tMllahunty, Mm. Rou Stevens, Mr». Huih Hudion and Mrs. W. A. Dobyni entertalnlni: with a lea at the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble from 1 to 9 p.m. honoring Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., a recent bride and Miss Lonnle Moore Johnson. September bride-elect o< Arthur S. Harrison. PrUaj Lucky Rook dub meet* at the home of Mrs. Cleo Wrenn. School ot Information PTA meeting >t the Manila Library from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dorcas Claw of the Firjt Baptist Church meelt at the horn* of Mrs. Frank .Simmon* at 1:90 p.m. with Mrs. O. W. GlllMpie as co-hosteu. Dr. and Mr«. J. A. Saltb* entertaining Past Matron and Patrons Honor Roll : or Gosnell Is Announced The honor roll at OoancU High School for UM first month of IttO- 51 Khool-y*ar wu announced today by Principal J. «. Harria. They are; Blaabcth LM, Boc Temple, Jane* Ludui, Betty Lola ;ooper, Katharine Hof(*t*Uer, Gilford Mortan, Fr»ncti Cotton, Gen- Lee, Mary Pauline Lee, Betty Jean Luclua, Mary Alice Morgan, Earnest Allen, Roy LM McKay, Charles W. Tankerjley, Jackie Ray Moore, Preston Lawrence, Ssmmie West, Martha Ward. Billy Wayne Fowler, Glenn Perry, Ethel Powell, Ruby Johnson, Raymond John- jon. Leon Sanlord, Mildred AuiUn, Maitha Smith. Juanlta. Rut, Wanda Tedder, Wanda Whittle, and Roy Lynn Vie- To be placed on the honor roll student must' have an over-alt aver»ie of "B" with-no grade leu than "C". rspy \ God Is Moving Come Hear This Man Of God As He Preaches And Prays For The Sick. O Evangelist Oaniel Mosier FredtrkVlown. Mn. Services Every Night — 7:45 """^•s Assembly of God Church REV. SIMS, Paitor tion at Wichita. Kans.. Missouri and Petersburg, III. Mr. and Mrs. Harral Turner left this morning for Memphis after several days' visit here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. ~ Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ivy. Mr. and M--S. Turner will return to Benton- vllle to their home in several days. Club p.m. with a poUuck supper at 7 Baptist Circles Meet In Homes ootball coach at Delaplaln high his year. Mr. Cooper l« superin- encient of the school, i Jeanle Sanders returned to her lome in ..Hardy Monday after spending two weeks here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Glisson of Richmond, Calif., announce the birth of a son. Aug. 22 in rtich- nond. He Is their first child and las been named Dennis Carrol. Mrs. GILsson Is the former Miss Lo- •ena McDade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt McDade of Blythevllle. Mr. and Mrs. Newt Short and mlly .have, as their houseguest this week, >ilss Doris Swain ot West Helena. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies returned yesterday from a two weeks' vaca- The Rev. and Mrs. C. G. Daniel and Mi', and Mrs. Leo Oaniel and son, Nathaniel, spent Sunday In Fredrlcktown. Mo. Elizabeth Lutes returned yesterday from a six weeks visit with relatives in New Mexico, Texas and Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Harbovsky and son. Jimmy, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harbovsky and son, Paul of Springdale, Pa., are the houseguesLs of Mr. and MA. Bill Harbovsky and children. Tommy and Sandra. Mrs. J. E. McFall and son, Raymond, have returned from Jacksonville Bench, Fla., where they spent two weeks as guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Charles P. Hart and Mr. Hart. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Huston of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs, Roger Heber and son, Paul Cook. Circle meetings of the women of the' First Baptist Church were held yesterday afternoon In homes of the members of toe groups. Mra. C. M. Smart was hostess to Baggett and seven members and one guest, Mn Charles Penn, of Circle One. During the meeting, prayers were le* by Mrs. Penn and Miss Cordelia Wilhtte. The study lesson was taught by Mrs. Shelburne Brewer. Circle Two with 11 members attending met at the home of Mrs Kendall Berry. Prayers were.led by Mra. H. Brooks and Mrs. E. U Crouch during the meeting. The lesson wu directed by Mrs. O. S Lemons. Sixteen members of Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. R. E. Blay lock. Mrs. Ted King opened th< meeting with prayer followed by the lesson study led by Mrs. Ham yyitrius. Mrs. Theodore Logan ad Journed the meeting with a prayer. Mrs. Jim Crafton was hostess to Circle Pour with 13 members attending. Opening prayer w.« led by Mrs. R. W. Wooten followed by the study lesson whkh was presented by Mrs. C. W. Afflick. The meet- Mission Lesson Taught for YWA A lesson from the mission book, "Prophet of Little Cain Creek" was taught last night at the weekly meeting of the YWA of Calvary Baptist Church. The eight members gathered at the church for the meeting, which was opened with prayer led by Mrs. Janle Roas. Mn. Rou taught the study lesson after which the meeting was closed with Joint repeating of the Lord's Prayer. PRESENTS PEARLS —Miss Andy Jackson showa some of (he $250,000 in pearls she displayed at convention of the American National Retail Jewelers' Ass'n. In New York. Cooley Family Has Reunion Approximately 123 member* of the Cooley family attended a family reunion held Sunday at the Buford Cooley home In BlytheviUe. Eight state* were repreiented In the group/During the all day affair the birthday of Buford Cooley and his son, Granvtlle, were celebrated. Table decorations and appointments .used for the al freaoo affair were in keeping with the birthday theme. Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained a. marriage license yesterday at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk: Richard Besancon of Stryker, o and Miss Vannye Whitley of Blythe- vllle. _, , JTT . , ing was dismissed with prayer ... Donald Hickman, who Is a student M 'j R E v, n Hooser ....... ...jit * i_ __,_'-_, ,,. _ Circle nye with nine members attending met at the J. H. Aeeman latter part or the week after visiting here as guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Thomas. Mrs. O. E. Knudsen and Mrs. Thomas motored to Champagne last weekend to accompany him to Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs, R.. B. Purvis returned today from New Hebron, Miss., where they spent a week as guesti of Mr. Purvis' father, J. A, Purvis. home. Mrs. E. C. Brown opened the meeting with a prayer after Fbtr-h the study lesson was taught by Mrs. W. Marion Wllllama. Mra. E. p. Blomeyer led In the closing prayer. Mrs. J. W. Portlock opened the meeting of Circle Six at the home of Mrs. Henry Westbrook. Mrs. R. L. Thompson taught the lesson for the ten members present which Al Thf Hospital* . Dismissed: James Simpson, Oceola. John Lomax, Jr., City. Carlene Tate, City. Walla Heir4tal Dismissed : Mrs. Cletus Biggs, ateele. Mrs. Prank Jennings, Steete. A new carpet may be laid over an old one. so that the old one serve* u-padding for the new. Lbten le KLCN al U:U a.m and 1:09 p.m. Daily for o.r frm (ran announcement. B»i Office Opena at 1:44 Show Starts 2:0* p.m. Centlnaou Showing Tuesday & Wednesday Mn. Charlea Ray Newcomb adjourned the meeting with prayer. BUSTER BROWM School Pays Jamboree AUG. 29 TO SEPT. 16 MIC POWaiJSOTHBtN __«AMBXjnrcm Selected Short Snbjeel* 1 tt» \ "»t»T» town* GEM "AIR COOLED" Boi Gffk. Opens 6:45 Show StirtB 7:00 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE —Plus Mother, tx ton » te* onr wonderful •election of brand new Butter Browa (Mck-to-Khoo! Kjl** before you outfit your youngmn (or tchool! During tb« wtioa-wid* Buoar Brown School D»yj Jarobort*, w* m featuring complex* Kocka of (Of>-<]uality Buner Browa xrhool shoe*. Bring jvat cbildm ia (why, and let our rxp*ft»<6t tbMB ia *o« Burnt Brown*. You cao dcpeod on Btuicr Brown quality ... and they arc actually economical bccauai they wear longer, and give more all-around »bo* jatiWactkm. Sec our nocki SdRBMDY-UnROSSEU Bmttf HART.hoy DOW \ «itn Intl HMETT A UmversaMnlernatioiul Picture LISTEN to the Bucter Brown Radi* Show every Saturday morning o* Slattoar WMC at 10:30 a.m.
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