The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 21, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPT. 21, 1953 Society Mew* it MulHns, Society Editor / Phone 4461 Morgan-Fisher Wedding Rites Held at Gosnell In a candlelight ceremony performed yesterciny at Gosnell Baptist Church by the Rev. Marcut / Wilkerson, Miss Shirley Ann Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fisher of Rocklord, 111., became the bride of Milton Lee Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morgan of Blythe- vllle. The vows were exchanged before a gathering of relatives and friends of the couple at two o'clock In the afternoon. . Forming a background lor the wedding party were white chrysanthemums and greenery in white baskets, Interspereed wllh white cathederal tapers burning In white candlabra. Mrs. Charles Krutz, sister of the groom, who wore for the occasion, a dress of biue Irish linen, lighted tapers. She pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder- Mrs. Hershell House, another sister of the groom, sang "I Love You Truly." She was wearing a blue dress of taffetta, and pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder. Jerry Frankum served as pianist. Serving as maid of honor and only feminine attendant was Miss Suzanne Peterson of Rockford, 111., who preceded the bride down the aisle. She was dressed in a gown of pink lace and carried a nosegay o£ pink and white carnations. The bride, who entered the sanctuary on the arm of her father, who gave her in marriage, was gowned in white chantilly lace. She wore a shoulder length veil o.f French illusion, and carried a white Bible, topped with a pure white orchid set in & shower of satin streamers. Billy Jones of Memphis served Mr. Morgan as best man. For the marriage of her daughter, Mrs. Fisher wore a navy blue taf- fetta afternoon frock with matching accessories- She was given a .corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. Morgan, whose dress was also of navy blue was given an identical corsage. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church din- Ing room. A thee-tiered wedding cake, topped With a mlnature bride and groom, with flowers and candles were seen on .the bride's table. Mrs. Bennie Welch and Mrs. Bob ert Williams,'sisters of the groom, Mrs. Miles Clifford, sister of the bride, and Miss Sondra Clifford, niece of the bride, assisted at the reception. The couple left for a wedding trip later in the afternoon, the bride wearing a white shantung suit With black accessories. She pinned her white orchid at her shoulder. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Welch of Pensacoia, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fisher and son, Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Clifford nnd daughter, Sondra, Miss Suzzanne Peterson, all of Rockford, 111., Mrs. Robert Williams and daughters, Anette and Nora Ellen and Mr. and Mrs. Hershelt House, all of St. Louis. They will make their home in Pensacoia, Fla. Mrs. Morgan was graduated from Harlon High School in Rockford, and Mr. Morgan attended school at Gosnell before entering the Army. He spent 3 years in the Army with 23 months duty in Austria. At the Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ed Chism, City. MARRIED — Shown as they cut their wedding cake are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lee Morgan, who were married yesterday at the Gosnell i Baptist Ch'urch. Mrs. Morgan is the former Miss Shirley Ann Fisher of Rockford, 111. They will make their home in Pensacoia, Fla., following a wedding trip. (Photo by Faught) PT%^>-'*-' Cotillion Club Elects Officers Officers were elected Saturday *night by members of the Cotillion Club when they gathered at Hotel Noble for a monthly supper-dance preceded by a business session. Worth Holder was elected to serve as new president, with other officers to include Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, vice president; Mrs. Gilbert Smylhe, secretary; and James Roy, treasurer. More than 100 members n ncl guests were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Worth Holder, Mr. and Mrs. James Roy, Mv. nnd Mrs. Bob Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey and Mr. and Mrs, Ben Mac White, hosts. "Back-to-school days," provided a theme Tor the .evening's entertainment, which was carried out, with pennants, goal posts, footballs and other suggestions of the chosen theme. The refreshment table, which was laden with party foods and iced drinks, wus centered with a bright red football helmet, holding gold colored chry can them urns. On ona, end of the table wns a miniature goal post and football. The pupil of the eye can decrease its'" area 80 per cent in three seconds. Maine fishermen ore using a rubber suction to load sardines aboard bouts from fish ncl" The hose cnn load <!5 tons of sa» dines in an hour, three times more than formerly done by pulling: the net nnd fish aboard. Coming Events Monday Business Women's Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meets at the church at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Members of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority meet at the Rustic Inn at 7:30 p.m. for regular card party with Mrs. Utho Barnes as hostess. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the club. Tri-Town Club is to be entertained by Mrs. Newton Whitls. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club Mrs. Phillip Applebaum is hostess to Octave Club Members. Wednesday Deltonlan Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a. m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Club Eight is to ,be entertained by Mrs. R. C. Allen. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. La Nueve Club is ta meet with Mrs. Ben Mao White. Vcndredl Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Richard Osborne. Mrs. Johnny White is hostess to members of the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Herman Turner entertains at the Raswrback for members of tthe TLE Club. Friday Stitch and Chatter Club has meeting at the home of Mrs. Ted Green al 408 South Franklin att 7:30 p. m. --~; - --- Saturday City Duplicate Bridge League has Weekly Bits of News ,//L Wonderful Campus Wear Duplicate^ League Conducts Game at Hotel Members of the Blythevllle Duplicate Bridge League met at Hotel Noble Saturday afternoon, for a Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stovall h. weekly game. The play consisted o( returned from Cape Girarde a six-table Howell movement. (where they attended the fair anc Mrs. Crawford Noble and Mrs. I horse show last week. Harry W. Halnes won first plare' U. Dan Smart, of Claremor with 68 points; Mrs. O. W. McCut- jOkla., and Lt. Tommy Sylvester chen and Mrs. F. E, Black won lilythcville, who are stationed a second with 8T/z points; Mrs. Eu- Camp Chnffec, Ark., were th genia Jenkins and Mrs. Frank euests this week end of Lt. Sylvc Grigsby won third place with 64Vi iter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B points, and Mrs. S. E. Tune and | ' c 'R h Sylvester. Mrs. Jim Roleson won fourth with I Jim Deer, student at the Unive 63 V t points.! sily of Tennessee Medical Schoo in Memphis, spent the week en here with his parents, Mr. an Mrs. Philip Deer. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrard c Memphis were here over the wee end to visit Mr. and Mrs. Marcu Evrard. They were accompanie home by their daughter, Diane who was here several days las week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stegall and sons of Shreveport, La., forme residents of Blytheville, are mov ing to Baton Rouge to make thei home. Edward Lee Pipkin, who is i junior this year at Washingtoi University, St. Louis, returnee there yesterday after spending : week with his mother, Mrs. A. J Pipkin. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson have returned from Shreveport La., where they visited their daughters, Mrs. W. A. Stegall and I Mrs. Winfred Miner and families They were accompanied home bj Mr. and Mrs. Miller and their in (ant daughter, Katherine Ann, whc will make their home here. Allen Bush has returned to Uni versity of Tennessee, Knoxville, niter spending several weeks ihi; summer with his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. H. C. Bush. Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry ha as their guests over the week end Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Douglass of Cotton Plant, Ark. and son, Eldright Jr., who is ft student at Arkansas State College. Miss 'Keen Norris returned by plane Friday to Chapel Hill. N. C., to enter the University of North Carolina for her senior year, where she is to serve as executive secretary So the student body president. She ' spent the summer in Memphis Certain to be the envy of your j wrlere sne attended school at Mem- Sue Burnett dormitory pals — a youthful, new looking frock for general campus wear. And it's easy sewing for the young scmstress with few pattern pieces. Pattern No. 8015 is a sew-rile perforated pattern in sizes 11. 12. 13. phis State, and completed a professional modeling course at the Looking Glass charm School. The condition of J. P. Pride, a patient at the Veterans Hospital in Memphis, remains serious. Mrs. Pride is there with him. Other mem- 14. 20; 40. 42. Size 14, 5Tf> yards of 39 I bcrs of the family were with him Inch. ! 'here yesterday. For this pattern; send 30c In meeting at Hotel Noble. Sunday Concert is to be given at High School auditorium, featuring the Marked Tree Girls Ensemble directed by G. L. (Pop) Hodge and the Blythevllle High School Swing Band, directed by Robert Lipscomb. The 3 p. m. benefit concert is sponsored by Temple Israel Sisterhood. BE SURE-INSURE See us about complete Burial Insurance Available Now Cash policies for additional insurance Holt Funeral Home Walnut & Broadway Phone 457t DUD ON YOUR Do you suffer from fatigue, nervousness, poor appetite, digestive upsets, insomnia, constipation? T*l»»» tymptomi II duo •ry dolkltncy « ttl»y n only whin dally InMht o( vltlmlnl tl. Bl. »nrt nlicln Hid p*tlod. 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Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logan nnd son, Bobby, were in Memphis Saturday to attend the Memphis State — Mississippi State football game. First Lt. Harry C. Parr arrived yesterday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Farr, after spending nine months in Korea. He will report to Maxwell Field, Ala., Oct. 1 to terminate his three years service with the Air Force. Mrs. John Criner, Patsy Criner Mary Roberts and Michael Mallei spent the week end in Memphis, Covlngton and Ripley, Tenn., where they visited relatives. They went to Ripley especially to visit her cousin, who has just returned home after spending 33 months in a Korean prisoner of war camp. Mrs. Loy Welch returned home from St. Louis, where she spent OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS LAST TIMES TONIGHT -ALSO- Two Color Cartoons TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY BUCK NIGHT DOLLAR A CARLOAD Double Feature —And- WArtNCR SffO*. IWr ^IP-Wi-WR ^^j 1HTM.I! 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