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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 15, 1953
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PAGE TWO PLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COUR1T5R NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 18,1998 Society /\tewA P»t MutMni, Society Editor i Phone 4461 Missco Baptist YWA Members School Chairs Bought by PTA I,EACHVIUA>E — Member* of !!•» Lcnchvllle Pn rent-Teachers Association at ft recent meeting approved a recommendation of the executive committee to buy 200 metal folding chairs for the high school auditorium. John D. Wells, chairman of the IjutlRot and finance committee, pre- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson have named their first child, a daughter, born July 19 at .Blytheville Hospital, Pamela Jo. Mrs. Olson is the former Miss Peggy daughter of Mrs. Lena seined a proposed budget for the j Burns, year which was unanimously ap-lsum. [proved. Serving with Mr. Wells j Mr . an d Mrs. Doyle Henderson ! on the committee are Mr. and' ]e [ t today for Nashville, Tenn., 'Mrs. Nelson Henry, Mrs. John D. aml Benrden . Mrs b - ~..U MARRIED — Mr. and Mrs. David Foster, Jr.. are shown cutting their wedding cake at the reception held .it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Taylor Immediately following the Foster-Taylor wedding yesterday afternoon at First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Foster Is the former Miss Ida Vivian Taylor, daughter ol Mr. nnd Mrs. Adam HBrman Taylor. (Courier News Photo) Vivian Taylor Is Wed To Paul D. Foster, Jr. The First Presbyterian Church was the scene yesterday afternoon of the marriage of Miss Ida Vivian Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hartnan Taylor, to Paul David Foster, Jr., son of Mrs. Paul David, Foster Sr., and the late Mr. Foster. Sixty members of the Young j Women's Auxiliary of Baptist. Churches throughtont the county | were present last night when the; Xtpp p Y. W. A. of First Baptist Church | ~" cl - ' *-' Mary Hltt Is president of the or, ljon , or tho coming year. 6 . ntertained with Ihe annual associ- Club Meets Mrs. Clinton D. Martin of Steele, hostess to 11. guests when she entertained members of the Town and Coun- ational houseparty. The banquet hall where dinner was served, was decorated in a coronation theme, with one table Mo., was covered In a royal purple foil and j Thursday lopped with a golden treasure \ members „..,-.. , nomc chest out of which jewels spilled, try Bridge Club of Steele with aj f d trom M m!ngton, Tenn. They The piano was decorated with gold | l»»chcon at Blytheville Country flre n( foil and topped with a sceptre, and i Club. of Mr _ posts of the room were wrapped j A low howl filled with red rose-1 n j so former Blytheville residents, with purple foil and decorated | buds centered the table where I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ray Clark with golden sceptres. j the three-course luncheon was serv-1 are the parents of a son, their The speaker's table was deco- ed. j first child, born July 31 at Ely- rated with a minature throne and I Following luncheon the group j theville Hospital. The baby has doll depleting Queen Elizabeth at! went, to the Martin home in Steele: been named Randy Ray. Mrs where they will attend graduation exercises Monday at George Peabody College when their son, Charles Henderson, will receive his masters degree. Mr. ami Mrs. Henderson, accompanied by their son, will then go on a vacation to points of interest in the Smokey Mountains before returning home. Petty Officer 3-c William F. Joyner. .Mrs. Joyner and their son. Woody, formerly of Blytheville, have arrived In San Diego, Calif., wher they will make their i home after having been trans igton, Tenn. They in San Diego of I Jack Sallba, Jr., District Superintendent, Pastor Honored at Methodist Reception The Rev, and Mrs. Roy I. Bagley and the Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Hollfleki of Joiiesboro, were com- pllmcired with a reception at the First Methodist Church Thursday ninht when members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service and of the Wesleyan Guild of the church, were hostesses. The Rev. Mr. Holifleld Is the new district superintendent for the Joncstaoro district, and Ihe Rev. Mr. BiiKlcy is the pastor of the host church. The fellowship hall in the church WHS the scene for the reception, where guests were received by their parents, Maj. and Mrs. Norton, who will motor them home. Miss Nora Simpson will return tomorrow from a week's vacation in Florida. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger will will leave tomorrow morning for Bristol, Va., where she will be the guest for two weeks of her daughter, Mrs. Peter J. Lauman, and family. Miss Billie Sue Burks and Miss the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Bagley, the Eev. Mr. and Mrs. Holifield, Mrs. Mavis Settlemire, president of the First Church Woman's Society Of Christian Service, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams. Mr. Adams is the, new chairman of the Board of Stewards of the church. The refreshment table, presided over by Mrs. George W. Pyles and Mrs. Harvey Morris, was overlaid in lace, and centered with a silver bowl filled with daisies and asters in pastel shades. Silver candlelabra holding pink tapers flanked the centerpieces. Organ music was presented throughout the evening by Mrs. W. E. Hendrix. Summer flowers, predominately roses, were used throughout the rooms thrown open to approximately 115 guests who called dur- the evening. .Included among the guests were Mrs. Don Cole of St. Louis, Mrs. Gertrude Warford of El Dorado, Jll., and Mrs. India Sanders of Memphis. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Bagley and the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Holifield were presented with gifts of her recent coronation, and tables; where bridge was played during : Clark is the former Miss Shirley I Mr and Mrs Max Walters have re- had (or centerpieces ftlluorlng | the afternoon. High score club i Burns, daughter of Mrs. Lena 1 Florence Moore will spend next j silver from the host organizations, week at Rockaway Beach, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Corrigan, who have been making their home in Blytheville for the past year, ;vill leave tomorrow for Corinth, Miss., wlrrc he is being, transferred. Mr. and Mrs. .Dick Shanks and crowns filled with flowers and ; prize went to Mrs. J. M. Workman small dolls riding in tiny corona- of Portasovllle. and high guest Burns. tion carriages. Following dinner an election of j theville. officer for the association was held The firoup, whose membership with Miss Lounell Overman of | extends from Portageville to Steele. First Baptist Y. W. A. In Ely-1 meets once a month for!lunch and theville named a.s president. Other | an afternoon of bridge, officers who will serve with her wide pearled yoke trim, and a pencil slim skirt. Her navy velvet picture hat was oy I.ecie, and she completed her costume with navy velvet shoes and bag and pinned the orchid from her bridal bouquet at her shoulder. Out of town guests here for the wedding included Mrs. Perry Barber and son. Tommy, of Lawrence, Kans.; Mrs. C. C. Lee, Mrs. J. M. Gillespie, Mrs. Harry Watkins. Mrs. Travis Wilson, Mrs. R. L. Maxwell and Mrs. A. L. Walker, all of Dyersburg, Tenn.; Mrs. Jettie Driver Mrs. Herbert Shippen Mrs. Godfrey Wl Mrs. Bob Drnt, Mrs. John Sawyer and Mrs. Bob Mehrle. ail of Ca- •uthersvtlle, Mo.; Miss Virginia Brooks and Mrs. Pat Lohbln, hoth of Memphis; Jerry Van Zandt of Van Bnren; Mrs. Miller Cresswell and Mrs., Hack Stewart, both of Jackson, Miss. Mrs. Heathman MisK Virginia Brooks of Mem- prize to Mrs. O. F. Cole of "Ely- phis Is the houscguest of Miss Jane Wilson and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson. I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. White I and daughter. Miss Martha Ann j White, and Mrs. White's mother, _ | Mrs. Alice Womack, left this morn»« 7pht frankfurter* fluffy '« fh'e ^ri^toni^o'f mnshrd pointops, Lop with grated Rjves Calvin Allen and Miss M(iry cheddar rhcose and papnka. nnd | Lawercnce Feagin of Webster heat in the oven or under the broil- j Groves, Mo. Mrs. Womack is Mr. er. Serve u-ith pickles. Allen's grandmother, and Mrs. White is his aunt. turned from a vacation spent at Rockaway Beach, Mo. Mrs. A. J. Pipkin has as her guests her son-, Fr^d Pj^i'i i^d Edward Lee Pipkin, together with Edwayd Lee Pipkin is ft student at Washington University there. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilson and daughter. Deb, of Gainesville, Pla., are spending a three-week vacation here as guests of his mother, Mrs. B. B. Wilson, and in Jonesboro with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nutt. • The Rev. Frank Cooley of New include Miss Cora Mae McDaniel of Huffman, vice-president. Miss Millie Mallory of Blytheville, secretary find treasurer. Miss Peggy I} Floyd of New Liberty, song lead-! - er. Miss Joan Dates of Manila, pianist, Miss Alberta Webb of Armorel. commvmity missions, Miss Mrs. Charles L. Buck and child- i York, N. Y. ( who currently is teach- Charles 111 and Karien, and j ing a course at Scarrett College, Nashville, Tenn.. is spending the weekend here with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley. also have as ren, her sister Ann CrooK, all of Houston, Texas, will arrive tonight to be the guests ol their mother, Mrs. Rebecca Henson of Trinity Church, mission study, and Miss Peggy J. E. Crook, until after the Aug. 24 marriage of Miss Crook to Horace Peter Harm, Jr., also of Houston. Mrs. H. S. Green and son, Jim; my, of Memphis arrived today to be ui». .JCIAIC ivi ivci, > inission siuuv, .uiu ivnaj i ^sifcj' ; ' , . i i » **..» tr/i^,o ippcn and Mr. and I Webb of Calvary Baptist Church, guests of he! s^ter. Mrs. Eddie ^•'™°^i "I*"™ . ..:„, J B ™S R^.^ L BU £w,s left yes- The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. J, T. Westbrook and group singing, with Miss Mallory serving as accompanist. The devotional was given by The Rev. T. L. Lewis left yesterday for Kalamazoo. Mich., where he will be the guests of his daughter, Mrs. Otis Bishop for a month, Mrs. Charles R. Thompson and Miss .luanita Overman of Trinity ; Mrs. Howard C. Carney left Thurs- . Bnptist Church, Blytheville. and • day for Manhattan, Kans., where . special music was provided by j they will make their homes while Crawford of the Manila Baptist Church. R. G.jcpl. Thompson and Pvt. Carney reenvllle, ivllss.; Mr. and Mrs. (cash showed a film, "Those Who[ ar e stationed at nearby Fort Ril- Veal Bogan of Atlanta. Ga.; Mrs. i Can Hear," and Miss Laura j ey, Kans. Everett Corbln and daughter, Joy j Thompson of Arbyrd, Mo., gave a Mr. and Mrs. Boss Stevens, who lorbin of Hutchison Sikeston, Mo.; Mrs. T. of Denver, Colo.; Mrs. talk. have been vacationing in Columbia Dr. Harvey T. Kiilti, pastor of Uie church, officiated at the ceremony In the presence of a large number of guests. Walls of the choir loft of Ihe church were banked with southern sinilax, with a large center arnmse- ment of white Majestic daisies In a tali white floor basket, flanked by woodwardla trees. Twin stained glass windows on either side of the choir loft were draped in smllax and held white tapers, and wrought Iron branched candelabra holding white cathedral tapers were placed Inside the chancel rail. The setting lor the wedding party was completed with floor baskets of the white daisies and cathedral tapers. Family pews were marked by clusters of daisies tied with large white satin hows. Mrs. John W. Candill, organist. and Mrs. Harvey Hlclcey ol Jonesboro, vocalist, presented a program of prenuptial music. Mrs. Caudill played selections from Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Lizt, Mendels- *ohn, Guilmant, Vierne and Prank. nnd the strains of "Awakening" by Englmsnn were heard during the exchange of vows. Mrs. Hickey's selections included "Wedding Prayer" by Dunlap, and "I Love Thee Dear" by Grcig. Miss Linda Lee Taylor, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Maureen King Norris, Miss Jane Grace unc ] e mid mint of the Wilson, Miss Marge Hale. Mi.^s An- j tertained the wedding worn over period skills developed into a semi-chapel train. The bride's double tiered waist lenfilh veil designed with a taee veil of misty bridal illusion with hniul rolled hems, fell in points from a coronation coronet of eyelet I'lnbroidL-rcd with seed peans, and she carried a crescent bouquet, of white orchids and flour tie amour sprays caught with French malinc and satin ribbons. Alabaman Is Best Man Carl Fox Haas of Mobile, Ala., served Mr. Foster ns best man. and ushers included Richard Hopton of Jackson, Miss . Frank McPhcrson of Cleveland. Miss.. Graham Partlow Jr., Jimmy Pope of Helena and Randal Work man* of Webster Groves, Mo. Mrs. Taylor, mother of the bride, wore n shrath rirrsp of ice blue lira with a jacket lined with ice blue taffeta giving a pepluin effect, at the hlpline. She wore a black velvet triconc hat. with matching shoes and bag and a shoulder corsage of nella Humphreys and Miss Conway White of Osceola. Dressed In Yellow Their gowns were original Mademoiselle creations of embroidered, organdy worn over yellow rose taffeta. The pointed basque waists and brief sleeves were cut in one, and the off the shoulder necklines were finished with self cording. The waltz length circular eyelet skirts had knee depth Irregular flounces of yellow rosebuds. Mrs. Foster, mother of the bride- Broom, was gowned in n grey or- pandzn sheath dress worn ovor tnf- tfitn, with n \vVute silk i:ovtUng design nnd a grey bustle bow nt the side. Her hat was of white mnus- scline. her other accessories were In white, and she pinned a purple orchid corsage nt her shoulder, Mr and Mrs. Jesse Taylor, | brido, en- j guests at i ........ ----- _....., ----- The recreational period was con-! City, Ind., with her sister, Mrs. 'red Steadman and children, Betsy j rfuctcd by Miss Marion Mayes, ! A. E. Erdman, and Mr. Erdman, nd Fred Steadman, Jr., of Victor- land a midnight supper was serv- 1 will spend the weekend in Clncin- vlllc. Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. James '. ed wilh the goodnight devotional ' nati. O-. with their daughter, Mrs. ~ ..... . . . SLockley of Marlon; Mrs. Cnrl Coble ! given by Miss Mickey Allen. and Mrs. L. H. Moore of KcnneU. | Circles 4 and 1 of the FirsJ- 3*P- Mo..; Miss Margaret, MorfiHt of ' list Missionary Union Luxora; Mrs. Waltrr Strgall of j charge of were . -. W. N. Norton, and family. On their return home thf first of ijext wcc.k. Jackson, Tnnn.; and Mrs. John Loy Bishop of Annapolis, Md. Mfy will be accompanied by two serving dinner last nf their grandchildren, Nicki and night and breakfast this morn- Betty Norton, who will spend ing to the group. 'week here before being joined by unembroldered fabric, and the crushed yellow taffeta waist bands tied in s. butterfly bow with streamers to the hem. They wore coronets of eyelet fabric over yellow, studded with pearls In complement to the bride's crown, and pearl choker necklaces and earrings, a gift of the bride to each of her attendants. Each girl carried a white wicker basket filled with white Majestic daisies and Ivy. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose for her wedding gown an original by Cahill ol Beverly Hills, fashioned of Imported Swiss organdy over English net and cotton taffeta. Anne i tnnir home . immediately following the ceremony. The refreshment table was covered with ft cloth of white orgnn- d'y with inserts of Ince nnd bordered with a deep organdy ruffle. Centering the table wns a large tiered wedding cake topped with a minature bride nnd groom, with the base of the cake entirely circled with large white majestic daisy blossoms. Crystal punch bowls and tall The Fmpire bodice and aleeves were of eyelet fabric brief with all scalloped edge finish, including the dftcolletft portrait neck. Dainty French round thread lace Joined the diminutive pointed cummerbund, mid miniature organdy buttons fastened (he bodlct. triple silver canrileabra holding: slender white tapers were used nt '• either end of the table. "Low bowls of Majestic daisies nnd greenery . were seen on the buffet and serving table of the dining room, as well as in the other four entertaining; rooms of the house thrown open to the guests. Floor baskets of! white daisies were used in front • of the fireplace and to form a back- • ground for the receiving line. | Assisting were, the bridegroom's three sisters, Mrs. Frances Fost- j er CummlH. Mrs. Fred Steadman i of Victorvllle, Calif., and Mrs Wil-! liam H. Hutson: the bride's aunt, ] Mrs. J. Fan-is McCalla; her con-' sin, Mrs. Vernon Thomasson; Mr. Foster's cousin, Mrs. Paul Dnvld Lloyd: nnd Miss Ardeii Ferguson and Miss Barbara Monaghnn. Mrs. James H. Stockley of Marlon wns In charge of the bride's book. Take Gulf Coast Trip Later In the afternoon Mr. Foster and his bride led for. a wedding trip to the Mississippi Quit Coast I nnd other points of interest in the an o The outer skirt nf orpndra was j smuh bcfo j. c returning to Blythe- trimmed In upron fashion with quintuplet rows of eyelet scalloped bunding appllqucd with lace, the vllle where they will make their home at 1214 Holly Street. The bride chose for traveling an lower rows extending around the Arthur Weiss original, a summer untlrft skirt following thf: line of j suit of mnuvc cotton-fashioned with *h» train. Thi triple gathered skirt i three quarter length cuffed sleeves, OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS SATURDAY ONLY Three Big Features For The Price Of One Regular Show — Double Feature ALSO CARTOON OWL SHOW FREE We Invite Everyone Who Is In The Drive- in For The Regular Show To Stay For The Owl Show FREE OF CHARGE. SUNDAY & MONDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING MCX MMCY ilLL ' HAYMES-TOTTER I 7. ALSO TWO CMOONS Mr. and Mrs. Cooley their guest for two weeks, their granddaughter. Carol Cooley of Fayetteville, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Cooley of Fayetteville. Mr. and Mrs- Houston Goff of Franklin, La., formerly of Blytheville, announce the birth of a daughter this morning at Medical Center in Franklin. The baby, the couple's first child, has been named Deborah Clarissa. Mrs. Goff is the former Miss Juanila Hardin, daughter of Mrs- J. L. Fitzhugh of Dell Mr. and Mrs. Prank Dyche and children, L. G. and Martha Ann, of Memphis, and Paricia Harvey n r K-i'.s'us City. Mo., will leave tomorrow for Memphis after a woeu s visit here with. Mrs. Dydie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Anderson. The Dyche family had spent last week in Kansas City with friends and were accompanied here by Patricia Harvey, •wVi* will spend next week ms their guest in Memphis. Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature — PLUS — Serial: Jungle Drums No. 7 Cartoon: Kiddin The Kitten SUN. & MON. Double Feature M-G-M's great drama!] BATf IE CIRCUS — PLUS — Vendredi Club Is Entertained Mrs. Bob MeteaKe was a guest yesterday when Mrs. Sanlord Tomlinson entertained at the Bustle Inn for members of the Vendredi Club. A dessert, course was served before the bridge games, and the hostess centered her refreshment table with a large bowl of vivid, colored verbenas. High score prize went to Mrs. Richard Osborne, second high to Mrs. A. S. Harrison, and bridgo to Mrs. Metcalfe. Shower Honors Mrs. Simpson Miss Marv Jo Eaton, Mrs. James Vest and Mrs. Carolyn Berry were hostesses last night at the Eaton home when they complemented Mrs- Russell Simpson with a layette shower. Roses and daisies decorated the Eaton home where the 14 guests spent the evening In informal entertainment. Mrs. Simpson was presented with a novelty corsage of pink carnations from her hostesses, and with layette gifts from them and the guests. Prizes in the games played during the evening went to Miss Betty Ann Harber, Ml«s Janet Nelson and M'ss Barbara Carter. Refreshments of punch and cookies were served. Coming Events Monday Women's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church having Executive Board meeting at the church, 2:30 p.m., followed by circle meeting at 3 p.m., and general meeting at 3:15 p.m. W.S.C.S. of First Methodist Church meeting in circle groups as follows: Circle 1 with Mrs. Harry W. Haines, 1025 Chickasawba, 3 p.m.; Circle 2, Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt. 1031 Walnut, 3 p.m.; Circle 3. Mrs. Paul Pryor 11'9 Chickasawba 3 p.m.; ! to members of the Girl's Auxiliary .Circle 4, Mrs. W. R. Campbell, 1122 i of Armorel Baptist Church for West Main, 3 p.m.; Circle 5, Mrs. i their monthly program meeting. G. G.. Hubbard., 1121 West Main,! with Mrs. G, W. .Pyles, co-hostess, i J Armorel Baptist GA Has Meeting Patty Dyer was hostess at her home at Armorel Thursday night Mrs. F. W. Garrison served leader. Following the opening hymn and the devotional, the pro- 3 p.m.: Circle 6, Mrs. B. A. Lynch, i "> mn """ ln< - «<-vui, U u,". »'<= i""- ll IT WKt Main 1 nm- rirdp 7 , Brain was given by Barbara Ed™ ' w±,$wn'j ^' S± \ i™»son. Shirley Richardson, Marie *,~~ T.T i.»rn7 j "mi- « o Mrs. Harold'Wood, 192o Hearn, 8 p.m. Edmonson and Shirley Goodman. Refreshments were served during the social hour to the mem- Circles 1 and 2 of Trinity Baptist Church meeting^ at church at 1 p.m, i b 'e"r S 7nd7uests."wh'o included "Nor , , c .1 ^^ Richardson, Faye Hill and for covered dish luncheon followed by Royal Service program. Business Women's Circle of Trinity Bapjlst Church will meet with Mrs. Max Koonce, 2332 W. Rose, 7:30 p. m. Two Boys Celebrate Birthdays at Party Mrs. G. S. Atkinson entertained with a birthday party this afternoon complimenting John Fill and John Caudill. when her guests included the eight boys of Den 4, Pack 4 of the Blytheville Cub Scouts, of which Mrs. Atkinson is den mother. The boys attended a picture show and later went to the Atkinson home for an hour of games and for refreshments. Norma Tart. AI the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: W. S. Owen, Steele, Mo. Claudia Leggett, city B. W. Walker, Cooler, Mo. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Wayne Dill, city Mrs. Lola Twilla, city Mrs. Marcus Oaines, city Willie B. Foist, Dell Mrs. Gladys Farmer, Manila Bonnie Ward,.Armorel Mrs. C. Beasley, Steele, Mb, Mrs. Patsy Barber, city. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Raff Program Announcements 11 and 5:30 p.m. for Slarvue. SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature H UPPER! PCIUfitS PRESENM1I01 Serial: Lost Planet No. g & Cartoon: Wild Over Yonder SUNDAYS, MONDAY ; ; 0 \ite What mokes a girl who has every* thing want more? Want what ii danger Want somethfng 10 badly that it ipreadt her name in black ink across th« yellow sheets I ^£*r ^S **«*<*& -GIG YOUNG • MMES WHITMORE PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS

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