BLYTHEVTLLl! TARK.) COURIER MEWS TUESDAY, APRIL ft Pat -Society News Mullina, Society Editor 9 PI Phone 3-4461 iMncheon Given To Entertain Visitors Here Mrs. Marcus Evrard entertained with a luncheon Saturday complimenting the houseguests of Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. They were Mrs. Norris' mother, Mrs. Robert E. Lee > King; her sisters, Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson of Cleveland, Miss., Mrs.Hoy A. Dean of Johnson City, Tenru Mrs. Thomas W. Miller of Christiansb'urg, Va., and Mrs. Hibbert Bottom of East St. Louis, 111., and her sister-in-law, Mrs. R. Morris King of Cleveland, Miss. The Colonial Room of Hotel Noble was the setting for the party for which a yellow and white motif was used. The centerpiece of yellow and white'snapdragons, in a silver .bowl, was flanked with yellow tapers in silver holders. Each guest's place was marked with a corsage of white carnations, tied with yellow ribbons. Later, the guests went ot the Evraxd home for the afternoon. Mrs. Norris' sisters went to ' St Louis today to visit their late sister's son, Leonard W. Holt Jr., and family. They will return tomorrow night to spend remainder of the week here. Coming to BlytbeviBe Sunday especially to see this family were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Joyner and son, Rob, of Union City, Tenn., who were hbuseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitworth. YWA Meeting Is Conducted Miss Mary Webb was hostess at the home of Mrs. E. M. Terry last night when she entertained members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church. Miss Maxine Hill gave the opening prayer, after which Miss Millie Ann Mallory conducted the business session. Miss Hill presented the devotional. The program was directed by Miss Mickey Allen, who was assisted by Miss Hill, Miss Mallory, Miss Webb and Miss Cliffie Overman, co-counselor. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, counselor, dismissed the group with prayer. Baptists Conduct Mission Meeting Members of the Women's Missionary Union of Number Nine Baptist Church met last night for a Royal- Service program, "Medical Missions in South America," with Mrs. Carl Webster, president, conducting the meeting. Mrs. Max Johnson and Mrs. Uoyd Ray gave the devotional. Participating on the program were Mrs. Cliffie Johnson, Mrs. Eric Bay, Mrs. Ruel Hatley, Mrs.' Guy Whitaey, Mrs. Ira Dickson and Mrs. M. L. Hart, who gave the closing prayer. At the Hospitals BlTtfceviHe Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. I. Buzby, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Geraldine Stout, Armorel Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. 'LeRoy Choonich, City Mrs. Jesse Ballard, City Mrs. Edward Crabtree and baby, Manila MARRIED — Miss Elizabeth VanHooser became the bride of P. C. Barton, ffl, in a ceremony April 10 at the First Baptist Church of Jonesboro. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. VanHooser of Jonesboro and formerly of Blytheville. The couple will make their home in Black Oak. Elizabeth VanHooser Is Married To P. C. Barton, III, in Jonesboro Thirsty Skin •ttdt this •xtrfl rich night crtam CtEAM DCLICHT NIGHT CREAM Tfeii taxarioai night cream contains extra active fafiwUmte— extra kaolin and other fine emollient oil to lubricate "thirity *faT more thoroughly, mom quickly. So* how OvaJftXMtfAteofteet *ry *fa and HMOtlM tiny KM§ end wriaUM tonight! run TAX DRUGSTORE Jonesboro—Miss Elizabeth Ann VanHooser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. VanHooser of Jonesboro and formerly of Blytheville, became the bride of P. C. Barton m, son of Mrs. Demetra Barton oJ Jonesboro and Frank Barton of Black Oak in a ceremony performed Apr. 10 in the sanctuary of the First Baptist Church, when Dr. C. Z. Holland, pastor, officiated at the four O' clock rites of in the pres- sence of a large gathering of relatives and friends of the couple. Wrought iron candelabra in which dozens of vhite cathedral, candles burned formed an arch behind baskets of stephanotis interspersed by potted palms and Wood- wardia ferns that flanked either of the altar. Pews reserved lor the families and close friends were tied by butterfly bows of white tulle. Mrs. J. Hardy Little, Jr., organist, and Mr. Little, vocalist, provided a program of nuptial music. Mrs. James Paul Muncy of Memphis, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor and Miss June VanHooser of Ardmore, Okla., aunt of the bride, was maici of honor. They wore identical models of white embroidered organdit over green taffeta with green velvet sashes. Low rounding necklines and cap sleeves accented the fitted bodices and biUowy skirts were ballerina length. They carried bouquets of daisies. Brother As Best Man Frank Barton of Black Oak served his brother as best man. Capt. Wayne White was groomsman, and Raymond Heern, Donald Heern, Karl McSwain and Marion Tom Burress ushered. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown of white embroidered organdie over taffeta, the fitted bodice of which joined a white nylon net yoke by were abbreviated and the long white organdie mitts were worn. The skirt of ballerina length was full and had an embroidered scal- loped hemline. Her veil fell from a half hat of white organdie which was encrusted with seed pearls. White slippers completed the costume and the bride carried a white Bible topped by a bouquet of lilies of the valley in shower effect, centered by a white orchid. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. Assisting in entertaining were Misses Pat Daughtery and Gretta Way land, and Mrs. Yayne White and Mi's. Bernard Bailey and Mrs. Bill McClish, sisters of the groom. The bride wore for traveling a navy blue shantung suit with a matching duster, blue accessories and the orchid from her bridal bouqet. They will make then- home in Black Oak following a short wedding trip. Mrs. Barton, who was graduated from Blytheville High School was in her junior year at Arkansas State College. Mr. Barton was graduated from Jonesboro High School and attended Mississippi State College and Arkansas State. He served two years in the Asiatic-Pacific theater during World War n and is now engaged in farming at Black Oak. Couple Married In Hernando Miss Betty Joyce Cooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kelley, of Blytheville became the bride of Andrew Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams, also of Blytheville, in a ceremony at Hernando, Miss., Mar. 6. For her marriage, the bride wore a navy blue taffeta dress with matching accessories. Serving her sister as maid of honor and only attendant Was Miss Ruthie Cooper, who also chose a blue dress. Billy Ashabranner served as best man. Others attending the wedding were Mrs. Odessa Britt and the bride's mother. They are now making their home Mrs. O. C. Ganske had as her guests Sunday Mrs. J. M. Lowe and Mrs. E. B. Cauaey, both of Paragould. Visiting Mr. and Mrr Robert Gardner, Jr., and family here Sunday were his parents, Mr. and Mr§. Robert Gaiuiier, Sr., of Paragould. James Westbrook left Sunday to return to Fort Hood, Tex., where he is stationed after spending several days here with hia parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. His wife, the former Miss Pat Hearn, and their daughter will remain in Bly- theviUe with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hearn for about a month longer. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies were in Holly Springs, Miss.. Sunday to attend the annual pilgrimage. They were accompanied by Mrs. Bonnie Beck and Miss Dawn Fletcher of Osceola and Dr. Mary Davis of Memphis. Cpl. Wade O Reeves, Jr., who is stationed in Fort Hood, Tex., was the week end guest here of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves, Sr., and his wife, the former Miss Bonita Slankard. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ferguson Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Clements of Hickory Withe, Term., Mrs. W. E. Etoiore of Maury City, Tenn., and Mrs. Julius A. Johnson of Memphis. Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Af flick and Mrs. Jim Roleson spent the week end in Union City, Tenn. where they participated in a bene fit duplicate bridge game. Mrs. Af flick and Mrs. Roleson won third place in the over-all scores, and Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Chamblin won first place in the east and west division of the first session. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Williams announce the birth of a daughter Saturday night at the Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. Williams and her in fant. daughter, whom they have named Jamie Ann, have been dismissed and are at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Canada at 510 Clear Lake Avenue. J. H. (Sonny) Hankwitz entered the Baptist Hospital in Memphis today where he will undergo surgery. He was accompanied by his mother. Mrs. Russell Riafles, and Mrs. Phillip Applebaum. Mr. and Mrs. AUie O'Neal and family of Blytheville and Mr, and Mrs. Ewell Walters and family were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Forrest and family of Dyess Sunday. Their guests last week were Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Forrest of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hatch and son, Billy, have returned from Sidon, Miss., where they were called due to the death of Mr. Hatch's father, A. J. Hatch. Mrs. Maggie Kulp of Memphis is spending this week here with her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Roe and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch are expected home tonight from Carmi, HI., where they have visited Mr. Gooch's mother. Mrs. A. B. Gooch for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Boyd and Farris Boyd of Salem, Ky., Mrs. Harley Threlkeld of Lexington, Ky.. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brewer and Mrs. Charles Ferguson of Smith- and, Ky., Mrs. H. L. Davis of Metropolis, HI., Mrs. Alta Davis of Golconda, HI., Mrs. P. D. Thompson of Memphis, and Mrs. John W. Tabor of Dallas, Tex., have returned to their homes after being lere for the funeral services for Dr. W. F. Brewer Sunday. Mrs. W. G. Kiebler of Enid, Okla., who las been here since last week is remaining here for several weeks longer with her sister, Mrs. Brew- \ BRIDE — Mrs Strother M. Asquith, Jr., was before her marriage Saturday Miss Marjorie Claire Mayo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Max Lauren Mayo of Osceola. The cou pie will make their home in Memphis following a short wedding trip. in San Francisco, Calif., where the groom is stationed with the Navy. Following his discharge they will live in Blytheville. Be Smart-Be Cool 3 PMII FAIItC CASVALft by IAU.IAW Af SttM •OK KM Ml RED-IMi MAM MA** ONE STOP SHOE SERVICE LAGUNA That "continental look" in rainbow rivaling hoes for every costume or occasion. 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The bride carried a bouquet of gardenias set in a shower of ma- line and ribbons, and was attended by her sister, Mrs. Walter Steele Davis of Newport Serving the groom as best man was Walter Steele Davis of Newport. Mrs. Steele. and mothers of the couple were presented corsages of gardenias. Following a brief wdding trip. the couple will make their home in Memphis. The bride, who was graduated from Osceola High School, attended Oklahoma A. and M., and later attended the University of Arkansas, where she was a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. During the past three years she has been employed at Mallory Depot Air Base in Memphis. Mr. Asquith was graduated from Central High School in Memphis and later attended Southwestern University there. He was graduated from Mississippi State College with a degree in electrical engineering, and later attended graduate school at Harvard. • -4 He served with the Air Force for three years as a communications officer, and is now sales engineer with Egle-Strobaugh Electric Company of Memphis. Trinity Baptists Convene Here Four circles of Trinity Baptist Church met in the homes of members yesterday afternoon and evening. Mrs. W. C. Cook was hostess to seven members and a new member, Mrs. A. L. Richardson of the Evelyn Stafford Circle, with one guest, Mrs. L. C. Larkin, Mrs. Bert Ross gave the opening prayer, and the devotional was by Mrs. E. G. Lovell. Prayer was offered by Mrs. E. C. Parks and Mrs. Cook taught the mission study. Mrs. Sarah Robinson dismissed the group. Members of the Jewel Abernathy Circle with their new member, Mrs. Preston Thorn, met at the home of Mrs. H. H. Burnett. Mrs. Herman Adair gave the opening prayer and business was conducted by Mrs. Arah Speck. Mrs. H. H. Besharse reviewed the mission lesson, and Mrs. Bill Crocker dismissd the meeting with prayer. The Mildred Matthews circle met at the home of Mrs. Gaylord Lewis with Mrs. Jack Christie as hostess to the 10 members, and one new member, Mrs. Eleanor Swafford, The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Lewis. Mrs. Christie gave the devotional, after which Mrs. Lewis taught the mission lesson and dismissed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Launa Everett was hostess to five members and two new members, Mrs. Bernice Jones and Mrs. Lucy Robinson of the Marion Cook Circle. Mrs. Everett gave the opening prayer after which Mrs. Idell Lowe conducted the business session and gave the devotional. Miss Bernice Overman dismissed the meeting with prayer. Baptist Meeting Conducted Here Mrs. Harry Lawson was hostess yesterday to members of the Women's Missionary Union of Huffman Baptist Church, when three guests from the Armorel Baptist Church, Mrs. Weldon McCann, Mrs. N. C. Patterson and Mrs. Clifford Elliott attended. Following prayer by Mrs. George Perry a hymn was sung by the group. Mrs. McCann gave the revotional. In a business session, the group discussed the annual Young Women's Auxiliary picnic, which will be held on May 9 with the Armorel, Huffman and Clear Lake YWA's. Mrs. R. L. Adkisson gave the closing prayer and refreshments were served. Coming Events Wednesday dhapter O of PEO has meeting with Mrs. Bob Logan (or 1 p. m. luncheon with Mrs. James C. Guard as co-hostess. Lange PTA has 3 p. m. meeting with 2:30 p. m. executive board fci which prayer was offered by Melvin Jarrett. Following the business, a devotional was given and the program was presented in three parts by Mrs. Hazel McWilliams, Mrs. Bill Lambert and Mrs. Alva Jarrett. Mrs. Mary Hays dismissed the meeting with a prayer. meeting. Yesteryear Club hai meeting with Mrs. Dave Abbott. Wednesday Club meets with Mrs. C. A Cunningham. Mrs. J. C. Ellis is hostess to tht Town and Country Club. Deltonian Chapter of the Delphian Society has meeting at Hotel Noble. Thursday Mrs. R. O. Hughes, Jr., is host«ts to the Kibitzer Club. La Nueve Club has meeting with Mrs Ben Mac White. Mrs. P. D. Foster, Sr., is hostess at Hotel Noble for Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Harry W. Haines is hostess to the Mid-Week Club at her home. h't Maintain 6rown naturally rlclwf! Gwneonowfor fiber's!* -•:«^ ;$*' So Extra Bch flmr*d brand* HwtYM BMf mN Use J4 Less NFMS Meeting Held at Church Members of the Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society of the First Church of the Nazarene met last night, when 25 attended. Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., conducted the business session. 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