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December 13, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUIUEH NEWS MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1954 - Society News - i_ A _« Mnfl^.,1. Qnoiof K R^Hitnr 9 "110 Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 Mrs. Wilfred H. Yamanouchl Vows Exchanged in St. Louis By W. H. Yamanouchi, Miss Lum Carrying a bouquet of five cattleyas.orchids and 11 but terfly orchids from Hawaii, Miss Dorothy Scid Lum, of Bythe ville, Ark., and St. Louis, became the bride of Mr. Wilfred.11 Yamanouchi, of Papaaloa, Hawaii, in a Saturday afternooi ceremony at the Singleton chapel of St. John's Methodist Church in St. Louis. The orchids were the gift of the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Cbiyo Yamanouchi, widow of the late Mo- rltaro Yamanouchi. of Papaalo. They were flown from Hawaii especially ior the \vedding. White satin streamers with lover's knots of lilies of the valley cascaded from the bouquet. Brother Gives Bride Mrs. Yamanouchi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lum of Elythcville, was presented for marriage by her brother, Roger Lum, a senior at Holla School of Mines at Rolla, Mo. Her gown was ballerina leiiiUh With n. scalloped hemline. It was made of imported white lace over white satin. The scooped neckline Half-Size Classic Club 28 Has Christmas Dinner at Hut Mr, and Mrs. John Ijentl. Mr. did Mrs. James Terry and Mr. and Mrs. Shclburne Brewer entertained members and a large number o! guests of Club 28 with a Christmas larty at the hut last Thursday night. Guests were greeted at the gaily decorated front door by Santa ;lauE, who invited them to enter P. scene of Christmas festivity dominated by a brightly lit ChrlJt- tas tree. The mantel over the fireplace, where a bright lire burned was decorated with greenery and candles, as were tables. Turkey dinner was served from » buffet table covered with a red cloth fringed in silver and centered with a white and silver sleieh which was pulled by silver reindeer and filled with sliver leaves and baubles and red candles. Long tables where the guests were seated were centered with strips of red and gfeen over which illvr glittr had been sprinkled Other Christmas decorations ol greenery and candles were used about the entertaining rooms. Dancing followed the dinner. wn.s outlined by a lace pattern. The bride's veil also was ballerina length made of white tulle and helc in place by a band of pearls and secc pearls. Mis. Yiimanouchl had as her ma. Iron or honor Mrs. Robert A. Northrup of Tulsa, Okln. Mrs. Northml 1 wa.s a classmate of Mrs. Yanmnou- chi's. Miss Edith Mucshlro of Honolulu Hawaii served as maid of honor. Ml.ss Mneshiro is a dietetic interne at Barnes Hospital In St. bouls wlu'ie Mrs. Yiummouchl IH an instructor In nursing. Mrs. Yamanouchl was attended by two of his classmates, both of Hawaii. Paul Voknynma of Honolulu served as hi.s best man and Donald Kaneinaru wa.s groomsman. Ushers for the wedding were Roy Oliata nnct Robert. Kuribayashi. also Hawaiian oliissmate of Mr. Yama- nouchl. The double ring ceremony was read by Rev. Richard J. Dctwller in a chancel decorated with white pompoms, carnations and white Mrs. Tune, Mrs. Roleson Bridge Winners A score of 7114 points won for Mrs. 3. E. Tune and Mrs. Jim Roleson when the Duplicate Bridge League played a six-table Howell movement Saturday afternoon. In second place were Mrs. T. J. Barnes and Mrs. A. H. McManus with 62V4 points, and Mrs. O. E. Daggetl. Mrs. 0. W. Affllck, Mrs O W McCutchen and Mrs. Russell Phillips tied for third place wltr 57H pointy ^ Marriage Licenses Marriage license were obtained by the following couple from the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythc Parker: Floyd M. Tate, Jr., of Blytheville and Peggy Lou Blair of Dell. Engagement Of Miss Dyer Is Told Mr. and Mrs. Parris Dyer of Ar- norel announce the engagement of •heir daughter. Miss .Martha Ben i Dyer, to Hugh Don Aslunorc, son' of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ashmore. also of Armorel. Miss Dyer was a member of the 64 graduating class of Armorel high school where she was a member of the student council, cheerleader, senior queen, active in sport* and received the Daughters of American Revolution Good Citizenship award. Mr. Ashmore will be a member of the 1955 graduating class. He is vice-president of the student council, secretary and treasurer of the senior class and captain of thi baskeUiall team. rosebuds In altar vases. Reception Given Mr. and Mrs. George Otaiyama represented the bride's family at the wedding. Mr. Yamanouchl's family was represented by Mr. and Mrs Samuel M. Konrmrd HI of St. Louis. Following the ceremony a reception for I lie guests was held in the church parlors. The table from which cake and punch were served was centered by a three-tier wedding cake and decorated with red poinscttias and white carnations. Following the reception the couple Irlt tor a week end wedding trip. Mrs. Ynmnnoiichl wore for the trip n melon colored wool crepe dress and a matching velour hat. On her shoulder she pinned a white orchid corsage, Upon their return they will reside at 4010 Pershing in St. Louis. 8200 By Sue Burnett Wonderfully versatile for your busy winter program — neatly tailored classic frock in sizes to flatte: the shorter figure. i Pattern No. 8200 is in sizes 14>». 16 ] ,2, IS'.i. SO'o, 22>a. 24' 3 . Size 16 1 /-, short sleeves, 4^ yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville , Courier News, 372 W, Quincy : Street, Chicago 6, III. The latest issue of Basic FASHION — fall and winter '54 — is colorful, stimulating and a complete guide in wardrobe planning for a new season. 25 cents per j copy — send for H now. WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn Co ...FOR HOLIDAY TIMES! The Swirl of Holiday Parties is just ahead . . . Come in soon and select an entire Outfit from our Famous Lines! DRESSES J°' A- f oi. ^Tinloi Suitt & Coats by • Lilli Ann • Printzest • Fashionbilt • Betty Rose • Barbara Blake Jewelry by • Lind • Gall Hosiery by • Berkshire • Hanes • Kayser ARK. .'W*/ ENGAGED — Miss Martha Ben Dyer of Armorel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Farris Dyer, will become the bride of Hugh Don Ashmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ashmore of Armorel, in a ceremony to be performed in January. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: David Efirl Spencer, Rt. 1, city Chickasa \vlrn Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Calvin Peterson and baby, city Mrs. Charles Hunton, city Ronuu Porter, city Mart Gardener, city Mrs. Bryce Grant and baby, Manila John Wright, city Judy Eldemtm, Luxora James Wheeler Qracy, city Mrs. Robert McHaney, city Miss Peggy Ashmore, Chicago Mrs. Thorn us Rcntro and baby Luxorti Miss Rosemary Hughes, Manila Ricky Hughes, Manila If you've n passion for wall-to- Wall cnrpctlng. you may have it In your bathroom, too! It comes sections, with Instructions for cutting, Installing and washing. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Kealure Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer were in Cnpe Girardeau over the weekend to be with Mr. Brewer's (ather, G. D. Brewer, who is a patient in St. Prances Hospital there. Yeoman 2/c and Mrs. Qrady Magee announce the birth of a son Saturday morning at the Chickasawba Hospital. The baby, who has a brother, David Bowen, has been named Mark Cutler. Mrs. Magee is the former Miss Ruth Virginia Seay. Mr. and Mrs. Van Williams and daughter, Ann, of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Massey of Marks, Miss., announce the birth of a daughter yesterday at Marks Hospital. The baby has been named Sandra. Kay. Mrs. Massey is the former Miss Betty Joy Powell of Blytheville. Miss Gene Logan of Toledo, p., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Teller of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mrs. Herbert Joyner and Mrs Lucy Goody. R. K. Berry of Hot Springs, father of Mrs. Clalr Miller, and a frequent Blytheville visitor, is ill at his home, 626 Fifth Street, in Hot Springs. E. C. Thompson is undergoing treatment at Kennedy Veterans Hospital in Memphis. He Is in Ward, 6B. J. M. Cleveland is in Jonesboro with his lather, J. S. Cleveland, who is a patient In St. Bernard's Hospital there. Miss Joyce Cavashere of Easl St. Louis, 111., is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cavashere. James Wheeler Gracy, who underwent surgery ,at Chlckasnwba Hospital last week, is now at hi: home in Yarbro. Dr. Rainwater To Be Guest Speaker at PTA A joint meeting of the senior and Junior high Parent-Teachers Association will be held at the high school tomorrow afternoon at 3 p. rn. Mrs. D. E. Wimberly is program chairman for the day and Dr. Wcl- don Rainwater will be guest speak- MYF To Meet at Methodist Church Coming Events MONDAY General meeting of Women ol Presbyterian Church, 7:30 p.m. This Is last meeting of year. TUESDAY Mrs. Joe McHancy entertain:; GIB Bridge Club with luncncon. Tuesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. C. -M. Smart. NN Bridge Club meets with Mrs. J. L. Westbrook. Jr. Tri-Town Club has luncheon and Christmas party at Country Club. La Petite Club has Christmas Party at Country Club. Mrs. Leon Oenning and . Mrs. Betty Riales entertain Octave Club at the home of Mrs. Riales. Children's Party at Country Club. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has Christmas party Hotel Noble Plantation Room, 7:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Milton Howard, Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. George Ford and Mrs. Bill Driver. Charlevoix Chapter of DAR meets at Hotel Noble, 1 p.m. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, Mrs. Aubrey Conway and Mrs, M. O. Usrey are hostesses. Annie Armstrong Circle meets wtih Mrs. Lucy KoonU. Mary Martha Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church has Christmas party and dinner at the home of Mrs. W. Marion Williams, 7 p.m. Mrs. R. E. Blaylock is co-hostess, Delta Kappa Gamma meets at the home of Mrs. W. B. Nicholson with Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, Miss Mary Hubler and Miss Lillian Pranks WEDNESDAY Club Eight has Christmas party at the home of Mrs. G. O. Poetz. Wednesday Club meets at Country Club for Christmas party. NGW Club meets with Mrs. Herbert Graham, 7:30 p.m. Yarbro PTA Has Christmas Program beginning at 1:30 p. m. THURSDAY La Nueve UIUD meets with Mrs Newton Whitis. Ladies Day at the Country Club. Mrs. S. E. Torjusen having Christmas party for ChiUion Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. The Mississippi County Sub- District will meet tonight ai First Methodist Church here. The Rev. Ben F. Jordan, director of youth work Eor the Jonesboro district, will lead the discussion tor the evening concerning the Christian witness mission. A. G. Moody, Dell, president ol the sub-district, will direct the business meeting. Miss Putty Scott will be worship leader. A playlet concerning the real meaning of Christmas will be presented by members of the Ely- theville group. Carols will be sung during the worship service and Roger Sudbury v/ill lead folk games during the recreation period. Refreshment*. v;ill be served following the recreation period. Miss Gail Crawford is chairman of the refreshment committee. Festive holiday decorations for Fel- lowship Hall will be designed and made under the direction of Miss Arden Cuadra. Leroy Middleton is adult counselor lor the sub-district and Mrs J. C. Guard is adult counselor for the senior group of Blytheville. Beacon WMA Has Meeting At Church Beacon Women's Missionary Association with 16 members and two guests, present met Friday night at the church. Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Fred Hill conducted the business session. The group - was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Bud Shanks and the Rev. J. J. Johnson. Burdette PTA Has Study Course at School Mrs. W. R. Middleton and Mrs Maxine Stalcup were chairmen Friday when the Burdette Parent-Teacher organization held an all-day study course at the school. Teachers for the course were Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mrs. Anabel Fill Mrs. W. B. Hobson, Music was provl- ! ded for the program by Mrs. Tom Callas. Listen to KLCX at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements $050 _AND— JOHN WAYNE| JACK LONDON! METRO NEWS TUBS., WED., & THURS. Double Feature M**MAIMW] I5i _AND— Cartoon 'Tool Coverage" Monday and Tuesday u i>*i Hf—HS *^*tafc i > ^ ^Stolen Kiss that led To A Life of Reckless Love! M-G-M,,.^.,,,^,!, TECHNICOLOR ELIZABETH TAYLOR VAN JOHNSON WALTER PIDGEON DONNA REED "Bobby, Will You Marry Me When You Grow Up?" "Not Unless You Promise to Send My Shirts to Blytheville Laundry." Men's shirts keep looking like brand-new for months and months and months when we do 'em—because we are so CAREFUL! Try us! You will like our work. CALL 3-4418 LAUNDRY-CLEANERS THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blylhcville != Phone 3-11)21 I Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m., Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature _AND— isSSB^sms**.- I ROBERT TAYLOR i AVA GARDNER HOWARD KEEL ^r-!rr PraiotmcetfHE-VA-RO IhUDHJMtlS OF Tht AMAION) COLOR BY TECtWICOlOR FERNAVDO RHONVA um • WMwe BRIA¥K*EITH #»$*• in flaming COLOR! Also Cartoon TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Double Feature Aademy Awjrd Winnei ("flam ,Hete la Eternity 11 ) ..BAGABOR-KlfflWSZSM PLUS PARAMOUNT AND SELECTED SHORTS h>«n mi ST AAU1II (WFG f PSUm i\J (HCRtSD SW-W - fc^o, p*, i, r wj I*.** RICHARD BROOKS- ^^t, JACKCUMMlNGS ROYAL AFRICAN RIFLES \Wonid HURST —AND— . SUSAN HAYWARD ROBERT YOUNG-JRNECREER Cu.citd t., ItviNG NtHtl > lf....pla, t> r JONATHAN UTlwEI • Friend t r JOAN tUIIKON ALSO SHORTS

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