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October 9, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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TITO <Une Shelton, Society Editor BLYTHBmLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Neeiy L. Perry Is Married In Church Ceremony Miss Neeiy L. Perry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Perry of Huffman, was married at 3 p.m. yesterday to Linwood H. Elmore of Greenwood, Miss., in n ceremony performed at the Huffman Baptist Church. The Rev. Grady a. Magee. pastor of the Manila B?ptist Church, officiated at the double ring ceremony, performed before a large Group of relatives and friends. White gladioli and dahllns filled the large floor baskets set at either side of the altar where the wedding party gathered. Branched candelabra holding lighted cathedral tapers were set along the black chancel rail. Doorways used by the . bridal party during the processional and recessional were marked with tiny white wedding bells set on bands of white ribbons, puffs of white satin marked the pews where the families were seated. As the guests gathered and during the ceremony Mrs. Ray Down- Ing, pianist and Miss Sue Cassldy, vocalist, presented a nuptial music program. Airs. Downing's selections included the traditional wedding march and recessional. Miss Cassidy sang. "Because" and "I Love You Truly." Mrs Downing chose an early fall printed silk frock worn with blending accessories. Miss Cassidy was dressed In i Jersey frock of hunter green. Both were presented pink roseuds, which they pinned at their shoulders. ' Tapers were lighted preceding the ceremony by Mrs. Doris Hughes, "who chose a soldier blue suit and wore ft shoulder corsage of plnJc rosebuds. Mrs. R. i,. Adklsson, aunt of th bride, attended as matron of hano nnd .only feminine attendant. Sh was dressed In a tailored green su with which she wore a close fi ting brown and tan hat and ta accessories. She completed her cos tume with lemon yellow glove and pinned yellow rosebuds at he ihoulder. - Entering on the arm of her fa ther, Mr. Perry, was the bride »'h was dressed In a tain tailored su! worn with a small hat, covered i feathers of a matching hue. Tai shoes completed her bridal costume A shoulder arrangement of a singl purple orchid set in matching ma line was her bridal flower. The Rev. Lntvln McPeake attend ed Mr, Elmore as best man. Peti vof Memphis and Ben Whit. "~"H wired as Ushers tatightera muriate Mrs . hose a tan dress worn with matching accessories. She pinnet a purple orchid at her shoulder. Mrs. V. P. Neeiy, grandmother of the bride, was dressed in a grej afternoon frock and was, presented an arrangement of white carna tions. * Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Elmore left on a northern wedding trip after which they will return to Greenwood where they will make-their home. . Out of town guests attending included Jkfr. and .\frs. Robert Gunn of Memphis, the. Rev. and Mrs, E. R. Griffin and son of Dell, and a large group ol Blythevllle residents. At The Hospitals Blytheville. Hnspltal Dismissed: Lenora Harris, city. Mrs. Harold Russell, citv. My. E. D. Branch. Cooler. Mrs. J. E. Cooper, Cooler Don Wallace, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. James L. Wilson and baby, Freddie Coleman. Ltixora. Mrs. Tom Kennett. Leachvllle Mrs. J. H.-Non-id and babv. Cooler. Mo' Mrs. Kyle Ball, city. Bits of N«ws Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Milter and ton Buddy, spent the weekend In Columbia, Tenn., with their son and brother, Billy, who is a student at Columbia Military Academy. Billy 1* now undergoing treatment in the Academy Hospital for an Injury received several days ago. His condition Is reported us satisfactory He Is In Room 6. Mrs. Jack Sallba Is now at her home on Chlcknsawlm. She had been a patient for several days at Ihe Memphis Baptist Hospital, Icj|. lowing a heart attack. H«r condition Is reported as satisfactory. Mrs, James B. Clark returned yesterday from Hot Springs where she extended greetings as state regent of the Daughters of the American Colonists to the S5th annual con- •entlon of the Arkansas District of he United Daughters'of the Con- ederacy. En route home she made arrangements In Little Rock for the official visit in November of the latlonal president of the Daughters f the American Colonists. Mrs. Ethel LaFollctte of Ireland, nd.. and Mrs. May Glenyon of In- iananolis. Ind., will arrive this af. ernoon to spend a week with their Mtr, Mra. Elizabeth Green and er daughter. Mrs. Edgar P. Borum nd Mr. Borum. Miss Kay Rowell of Matthews lo., formerly of Btythevtlle, spent umlay here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stewart tnd •milly had us their Sunday guests. 1rs. Stewart's parents. Mr. and Mrs ohn A. Miller and sister, Mrs. F. J Ileus of Poplar Bluff. Mr. and Mrs. Dpwey Sheppurd ad a« their weekend guests their aughter. Miss Bonnie Sheppard. ho attends Llndenwood College, St. harles. Mo., and her classmate ,Jls« Nancy Bergerhauf. Mls« Ber' Marriage Liceru Tht /ollowimr coupiea obtained marriage licenses Saturday at the office od MIM Elizabeth , Blythe county clerk: ' William Drone of Decatur, HI., and Mrs, Mary Alberta Mercer of Taylorsville. III. .Charlei Robert Rodger* of St. Loui*, Mo., and Mr«. Clara T. 'of corning, Ark. Billy Dean Ring of Cave city and '.IM Isabel! Dobba of Manila. Nineveh Hughes, jr., and Mtss Doris Alice Brown, both of Armorel Robert Harold Wbracheclc of Jacksonville, ill., and Mrs • Marine Althea Moore of East Mollne, 111 The. US, Bureau of Standard gives asphalt tile top ranking u sale floor for'industrial u««, wlth-.| •urfaci least conducive to illpplng Korea hat valuable, deposit* of 20 mineral!. —Photo by Cnlll»> MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED — Mrs. Eugene Aycoclc waa until her marriage Saturday. Miss Ann Boney. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Boney of Blythevllle. The groom Is the son of Mrs. Asnes Aycpck Thompson of Blythevilte The double ring ceremony was read at the home of Mrs, Luclan Henderson in Osceola, with Jus- fldatlnf' Pea " W ' P ' Hl " of Mrs. E. D. Moore, Jr., ot Memphis and Robert Culllson of Bly- W *" the K)upl «' 1 »«*n- Robert Reidar. co-captains O f th. team. Drop-In at Bush Home Fetes Tennessee Visitors A^roximatel) 35 guests called esterdaj aftemoon at''the H C 3ll* horn- to extend greetings to Mrs. Bush's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Stout of Knoxville, Term!, who vere their daughter's weekend iiiests. Mixed vivid hucd fall blossoms were placed around the room in which the guests were received and and throughout the nlertained omc. Zinnias in shades of rose and •tlltc arranged in a pottery vase entered the cutwork cloth laid re- reshmont Inblc /mm which assort- d party foods were served from :30 to 5:30 p.m. Slender white taws burned at cither side of (lie oral design to provide the light- ng for the occasion. Mrs. Marcus Evrard, Mr* j p larr and Mrs. Alvin HnlTman "jr ' islsted the hostess throughout the fternoon. 'tudy Lesson D lanned for Meet Mrs. O. W. Coppedgc will lead IE study lesson to be presented at he monthly meeting of the senior gh school PTA tomorrow at the hool. General meeting will bo conducl- 1 at 3 p.m. Executive Board will .nvenc at 2.30 p.m. Six Attend First Conference Meet Six members of the Business Women's circle of the First Presbyterian Church of Blythevllle attended the first meeting of the newly organized Conference of the Church of the Presbytery of Eastern Arkansas, yesterday. The meeting wns conducted at the Graham Memorial Presbyterian Church in Forrest,- city. Theme for he meeting wa.v"'Lel Us do Forth from Our Knees for "Christ." Mrs. Elizabeth Connway of For rest City .presided over' the m«t- l"(t and Introduced the principal speakers for the afternoon. Mrs. W. W.. Draper of Forrest City dl.scu.«ed, "EpumcmUnllv-Ev- erywhere" after which Mrs Kenneth Snipes also of FV>rrcst City spoke on. "The changing South." President of the Presbytery Mrs B. Elwootl Fahl of Bntc-wllle told of the needs of the Presbytery evangelism, home missions and witnessing. The conference was invited to erhauf's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred ergerhauf and daughter. Charlotte of Cricago. 111., were also weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard. Mr. and Mrs. Ott Johnson and son. Jimmy and Mrs Letlm Walker and Frank Adams, all of Paragould were the Sunday guesU of Mrs. M W. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. S. E, Cooper of Paragould were the Saturday guests of Mrs. Herman Walpole. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan have as their guests Mr. and Mrs C. E. Post and Mrs. Carl Pul« of Toledo, O. Mrs. H. Henry Is visiting relatives In Grenada. Miss. Mrs. Clyde Drane of Dyersburg will spend this week in Blythevllle as guest of her daughter, Mrs. J W. Adams and family. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Stol , t Wl this morning for their home in Knoxvilie after spending Ihe weekend here with their daughter, Mrs H. C. Bush and Mr. Bush Mrs. G. C. Thompson left today for her home In Pine BlufT after visiting here as guest of her daughter. Mrs. W. j. Fltjihugh; the Rev. Mr. Fitzhugh and family. Mrs Thompson Is en route lo her home from North Carolina. Mrs; Alma Harnden of Wilson was elected as third vice president of the Arkansas Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy at the convention held I ast week In Hot Springs. Coming Events Social Calendar . Band Mothers meet »t school auditorium at 8 p m L«!ce Street WSCS meets «t .. church at 7:30 p.m. It-requires'from B to 10 years for the Cnrnaiiba palm to bear wax on a commercial scale. Cnrnauba wax, used In floor fin- '' come " ' r °m the Brazilian at UP 3 MONTHS AGO "-TODAY THEY MADE ME ASSISTANT MANAGER!" Hcrr's fre»! nr.». for you if you've liccn bothered by excessive faligui- cotisli|,,-ilion.wcakr,M,an<l'n^ l -M ; due Ir, the fact tliatjou do not get enough B-Vitamins in your diet. Rexcl Specl.l K,,r,,,,,|,, » , lcw , ci . f r.nfic prmluer, conihinrt the in,. 5! lr1 "" 1 B-\il»»,ini nilh (,„„/ Also Cholint, InoMlol urn) |.i vcr 'n supjilementir^- qugnliliei. £t-W)-4orfy A-no»-j ihcim/iarlnner. oj Iron in )K,,r aid ... j ollr ,-, Af , Ike bod) la build KICH, KF.D moon. One capvile o( Bc.vcl Sprcinl Kor' mula (that's «ll 50,, ^^ , j, j contiins Jifmu Ihe minimum dai'l- Ilir minimum daily , ri , u iremrnt of \ilammli,. Mr. HaroU Kaufman, f, F.,,er gifn Arc.. ,Vr«- Unit I'n,!,- / / "i.n: "Only tlirer'monlL, '. g ^ 'j was <lea,I „„ n ,y fed .. . f n,,t ( j n ' t H-nrk.. Ka»l,, ( |up . Then I M . Ilf(1 1 ' «« fir nd tn,|,y u r apai,, | ike . e bow noticed. a ,, e me „ . nlnnfv fc requirement, of Iron. Aho 5 ^ £> j,'™, 1 "'"^ bel1 " in WOODS DRUG BLYTHEVIUE hold the next yearly meeting the Wynne, Art.. Church The Rev. Kenneth Snipes, pastor or the Forrest City Church pronounced the benediction. Women from Blytheville attending were Miss Mary Dixon. Miss Lois Fields, Miss Mary Outlaw. Mrs Bob Burns, Mrs. Walter Shouse and Mrs. Nora Spradley, leader. SEND YOUR CLEANING WITH YOUR LAUNDRY M he! her you send us yniir woolens for r«-freshinjf. . .or, your linens and cot- Ions for new whiteness and rmRhlntss, they all come clean here!-Otir modern cleaning and laundry equipment experienced workers...lop efficiency in hand ing, enables us lo give you q'ttick, qunlUy service. . .af the lowest pomiblc PHC.S! Phone HIS for pick-up todavl Blytheville Laundry-Cleaners FAST DEPENDABLE SERVICE high the -. r.m p.m. Business Women's Circle of Ihe Presbyterian Church meet* at' the home of Mr«. E. M. Terry ' with Mi's Mary Outlaw hostess and Mrs. A. A. Manety co-hostess. . Tuesday Senor high school PTA meets at the school at 3 p.m. Executive Boards meeU ,i j 30 p.m. ' Blytheville Junior Service Auxiliary meets at the Country Club at 10 a.m. East Side Garden club meets at Lake Street Methodist Church at with Mrs lo La E. B. Gee home. Mrs. Hermo Carlton and-Mrs. Gee will be hos esses lor the Initial fall meeting . Mrs. L. E. old, hostess to Wed nesday Club. Women's Auxiliary to St. Steph en's Episcopal Church having spag hettl dinner and supper. Scrvln from 11 to 1 and 5:30 to 8 p.m at the Hut. Thursdaj , Club 58 meets at the Hut, with Mr and Mrs. Joe Trieschman, Mr. an Mrs. p. a. Joyner and Mr, and Mrs Russell C. Farr as hosts and hos tesses. Mrs. A. G. Little, Mrs. J. A. Leech Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mrs. Aubrej -onway entertaining with a 1 p m luncheon and bridge at the Coun 'ry Club. Mrs. W. H, Pease hostess to rnursday luncheon CJub. Promised Land WSCS meets with Mrs. Marcus Gaines at 7 p.m. Thursday Rook club meets with Mrs. T. o. Huey. Mrs. Hugh Gentry hostess to Avalon Bunco Club. Kibitzer Club piays bridge at the home of Mrs. Don chamblln. Friday Mississippi County Council PTA meets at the First Christian Church n Blythevllle at 9:3rf a.m Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe and Mrs >on. Nustaum entertaining Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Sigma phi t the O'Keefe home, 1520 Hollv t 2:30 p.m. . Tr.-Town Club meets Jimmy Lee Brooks. " ax u " ey hostess PI Beta Phi has tea and display at Osceola home of Mrs Fred Taylor, j r . t from 3 to 4 p m Mrs. Max B. Reid entertaining at "°" Noble with 1 p.m. luncheon and bridge honoring Tuesday Brid- SC Cilia. , I p.m. Irtncheon at Hotel Noble for DAR. W |, h Mrs . j. Ij0llis Che °^ Mrs M. o. Usrey and Mrs. V O Little as hostesses. 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