fAGl TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MM. Nathan Wade, Society Editor Society News Qn^ietv F.Hitor •* Phone 8-4461 Harrison-Bush Rites Solemnized M|M Shirley Htrtesty Shirley Hardesty Is Engaged to Max Anderson : • Mr. and Mrs. H. H- Hardesty of Armorel today are announcing the «nfftgement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss -Shirley June Hardesty, to Max Glenn Anderson, son of Mrs. O. C. Stone Mr, and Mrs. Dan Bush today announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Maxiae Bush, to Bufford C. Harrison, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Bufford Harrison Sr. The double ring ceremony was solemnized June 13 at Hernando, Miss., with the Rev. Henry White officiating. Mrs. Dorothy Spenser, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor and only feminine attendant, William Austin served as best man. Mrs. Spenser wore a yellow afternoon frock with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. The bride chose for her wedding a sky blue veils dress with white accessories. She pinned an orchid at her shoulder. Both the bride and groom attended Blytheville schools, t Mrs. Harrison participated in the Future Teachers organization and the Future Komemakers of Ameri- £* ca club. The bridegroom was active ' in Future Farmers of America. Following their wedding trip in Memphis, they are making their home here, at 109 West Cherry Street. Bits of News H/ottfy J-^grbanal Mrs. B. C. Harrison. Jr. The marriage will be solemnized July 3, in the Rectory of the Im- QI [)ie r . irsb 0 -a.^^ ^u^* * maculate Conception Catholic j gd her > wit h a white Bible- Bride Elect Is Guest of Honor Miss Patsy Bartholomew, bride- elect of the Rev. Charlie William Belknap, was guest of honor, last night when members of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church present- Church, with the Rev, Amos Enderlin officiating. The couple's attendants will be Miss. Hardesty's sister. Mrs. Carl Branscum, who -will serve as matron >of honor, and Mr. Branscum, best man. , Blytheville High School arid Mr. Anderson is employed in Flint, Mich. Cool Look- Alikes The Bible was presented to Miss Bartholomew by Mrs. Kendall Berry, president of trie Women's Missionary Union of the church, and Miss Millie Ann MaUory. president of the auxiliary. In the social hour which followed Miss Mickey Allen, hostess, served . Mrs. George Curtis Bartholomew, the honoree's mother, and Berry were the group's guests. Mrs. Sue Burnett Low-necked ""dresses in big and little sizes. Pattern No. 8055 is in sizes 11. 12, 13, 14, 16. 18. Size 12, 43' 4 yards of 39-inch. Pattern No. 8056 is in sizes 3. 4. 5, 6, 7, 8 years. Size 4. 1 y 8 yards of 39-inch. Two patterns. For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PAT- TEEN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. Illinois. Send 25 cents now for your copy Calvary Baptist WMS Has Meeting Members of the Women's Missionary Society of the Calvary Baptist Church met at the church yesterday afternoon for a business meeting and Royal Service program. The meeting was opened with group singing followed with prayer by Mrs. L. B. Johnese. : 'The program was under the direction of Mrs- Claude Rowland and the devotional was given by Mrs. H. J. Fondren. Those on program were Mrs. Carra Pruitt, Mrs. Ona Peeples, Mrs- Kenneth Wardlow, Mrs. J. H. Melton and Mrs. Fred Philbrook. Closing prayer was by Mrs. Peeples. Lake Street WSCS Conducts Meeting The Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met at the church last night for a business meeting. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Billy King and the business session was presided over by Mrs. George Shanks. Reports were given by Mrs. Joe Strickland, Mrs. L. E. Gordon and Mrs. Shanks. A devotional was given by Mrs. Joe Thomas and the group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. C. T. Shamlin. Coming Events Tuesday . Marion Cook Circle of Trinity Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Miss Kathnne Austin. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Kibitzer Club has meeting with Mrs. Ross Hughes. WMU Executive Board Has : Luncheon-Meet Members of the executive board of the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church met yesterday in the home of Mrs. Kendall 'Berry for a 1 p-m. luncheon with 21 members present. A profusion of gladioli, snapdragons and other summer flowers were used on the tables and through the house. the . Mrs. Hays Sullivan Led in opening prayer and Mrs. Berry conducted a brief business session followed by a devotional given by Mrs. C. S Lemons. Mrs .Marion Williams dismissed the group with prayer. MethodisfWSCS Meets In Home The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Wesley Memorial Church met in the home of their new president. Mrs. Kenneth Poss. last night, . . when there were 13 members present. Mrs- Riley Fisher Led in the opening prayer. The devotional was eiven by Mrs. J. H. Richardson and Mrs. Jack Robinson was in charge of the program. Those assisting on the program were Mrs. J/W. Walter. Mrs. R E. Davis and Mrs. W. W. O'Neal- The group was . dismissed with Hie £iuw^ ••— — . f ^ prayer by Mrs. Richardson and the hostess served refreshments. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: . Mrs. Clarence Myrick and baby, City ~! ., . , Janice Eddington, Hermondale Idella Smith and baby. City Sandra McGhee, City Mrs. J. J. Pope. Luxora Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Lee Long, City Herschell Austin. City Delbert. Clark. City , Mrs. Evelyn Gordon. City Walls Hospital Dismissed: and Mrs. Raymond Belknap baby. City Mrs Martha DeLisle, City Mrs". Betty Tankersley, Steele Mrs. O. B. Watkins. Hornersville of Basic FASHION, Spring '54, our complete pattern magazine , A complete guide, in planning a Swell rounded wardrobe for spring-j ' through-summer. Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses from the office of the county clerk: Dora L. Baker and Pherly Davidson, both of Manila. David A. Sioas of Portageville, Mo., and Annette Whistle of Blytheville. Guest* of Mr- and Mr*, Buford Young are their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Charles Buford Young, and granddaughter, Deborra, of McKinney, Tex. They were motored here Sunday'by Mrs. Young's parents, Mr. and Mrs- Rex Kindel, also of McKinney. \ Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Geeslin of Drew, Miss., will arrive today to be the guests of Mrs. Geeslin'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E- Black. Mrs. W. B- Hunter will return to her home in Phoenix. Ariz., Thursday after having been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. E. B. Gee, for several weeks. Mrs". F. D. Underwood is being returned to the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Houchins, today after having undergone treatment in a Memphis hospital for the past several weeks. t Mr. and Mr*. LlSyd French and son, Danny, were in Mammoth Spring and Camp, Ark., over the week end to visit Mrs_ French's sister. Mrs. J: B. Plumlee/Mr. Plumlee and family, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith. They went especially to return their son,. Billy, home. He had been visiting there and was accompanied by Ronald Plumlee. Danny remained for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nichols and daughter, Sandra, of Kalamazoo. Mich-, are visiting Mrs. Nichols' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stiles, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brewer and Mrs. Charles Ferguson of Smithland. Ky., were the week end guests of Mrs. W. F. Brewer. Sgt. 1/c W. A. Hanrell, Mrs. Harrell and daughters, Betsy and Jeannie, who have spent the past three years in Mainz, Germany are visiting Sgt. Harrel's mother, Mrs- O. C. Stone. Sgt. Harrell, Mrs. Harrell and children and Mrs. Stone were in Conway over the week end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sim mons Mrs. Harrell is the former Margie Anderson of this city. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kimbrell and daughter, Ginger, of Nonvolk, Va., have been the guests of Mrs- Kim- breli's mother, Mrs. Jim Fowler and her sister, Miss Polly Fowler Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Webb and children and Mrs. Elsie F Fisk have been Mr. and Mrs. G. H LangLey and grandson, James, of Fresno, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. John Bruce Wilson and daughter, Debbie, of Gainesville Fla.. where Mr. Wilson is a student at the University of Florida, stopped enroute to Jonesboro Sunday to visit Mr. Wilson's mother. Mrs. B. B. Wilson. She accompanied them to Jonesboro to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Mary Scott, Mrs. Wilson's grandmother. Misses Betty Jo Stiles. Bonnie Peeples and Virginia Baughman left yesterday on a week's vacation to New Orleans and other points of interest, along the Gulf Coast. Mr and Mrs. Milton Graham of Hawthorne. Nev.. announce the birth of a son, June 24. The baby has been named James David- Mr. Milton is the son Of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Graham, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Trumble are the parents of twins born Saturday morning at. the Chickasawba Hospital. The twins have been named William Henry, II and Amy Elizabeth. Mrs. Trumble is in Room B-21. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kelton Francis' and sons the past several days was Mrs -Francis's sister, Mrs. M. R. Wimbush, and children, Mac and Sandra, of Jackson. Miss. Mrs. E. J. Brown has returned from a vacation spent in Houston, Tex., where she visited her son. Bill Brown, and other relatives. Miss Yvonne Lunsford has returned from Chicago, where she visited her sister, Mrs. Roberta Runion, for a month. .Mr and Mrs. John (Tip) Hollingsworth announce the birth of a son yesterday morning at the Chickasawba Hospital. The baby, who has been named William'Albert, has a sister, Patricia Jean, who is two years old- Mrs. Hollingsworth is the former Nema Burks, daughter of Mr- and Mrs. Eddie Burks. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ray are spending the week in Dexter. Mo., visiting Lt. John Everett Claims Brick in Washington, D.C In a candlelight ceremony June 8 at the Central Presbyterian Church in Washington, D. C., Miss Jane McWhorter became the bride of Lt. John W. Everett. Miss McWhorter is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julian H. McWhorter of Takoma Park, Md., and Lt. Everett is the son of Mrs. Jospeh Everett and the late Mr. Everett of Blytheville. He wts graduated from the Naval Academy at Annapolis this spring. The eight o'clock nuptials were attended by * large gathering of friends and relatives of the couple. The Rev. M. C. Sanders, pastor of the church, officiated. Baskets of white and rose gladioli were arranged across the front of the sanctuary. An arch was formed by myriads of burning white cathedral tapers. White satin bows marked the family pews. Misses Pat Sharjman and Carry Daring, both of Washington, lighted the candles. They were gowned identically in, frocks of blue nylon trimmed in red and white. They wore matching opera pumps and clusters of gardenias in their hair Prof ram of Music Mrs. C. E. Ford, organist, and Miss Nancy Bordon, vocalist, both of Washington, provided a program of nuptial music. The vocalist's selections were "Truly," and "The Lord's Prayer," and the organist's selections included the wedding marches. They were gowned in white frocks trimmed in red and blue and wore gardenia corsages. Miss Carol McWhorter, sister of the bride, served as maid of hon^ or and bridesmaids were Misses Virginia Norton and Kay Browne, all sorority sisters of the bride at George Washington University. The bridesmaids wore gowns identical to those of the candle- lighters with gardenias in their hair and each carried a colonial bouquet formed of white lace holders lined with red and filled with red carnations with French knotted streamers falling to knee length. Miss McWhorter's gown, designed like that of the other attendants, was of ivory nylon trimmed with red and blue. She carried a colonial bouquet of carnations and lacelon. Charles Sidney Braddey, nephew of the groom, served as ring bearer. Bride Wears Lace The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white Chantilly lace and tulle over nylon taffeta. The long sleeves, fastened with lace buttons were fashioned with lily points over the hands. The f.ull skirt of lace was worn over period petticoats and extended to a full cathedral train. Lace and nylon taffeta, embroidered with seed pearls, formed a crown from which fejl her veil of French illusion. She carried a white satin Bible topped by a white orchid in a cascade arrangement of other white blossoms and streamers. Sidney H. Braddy, brother-in- law of the groom, served as best man. Ushers included Peter Yad- lowslcy, Glenn Sandford, William Montgomery, and Hugh McWhorter, brother of the bride, all of Washington. For her daughter's marriage, Mrs. McWhorter wore a blue nylon and net dress, floor length, with white accessories. She wore a corsage of cymbedium orchids. Reception Held Mrs. Everett wore an orchid nylon and net dress in floor length design with white accessories. She wore a corsage of matching orchids. Mr. and Mrs. McWhorter entertained with a reception for the guests following the ceremony at the Hotel Shoreham . A tiered wedding cake, encircled by white flowers was flanked by candelabra holding white tapers. Baskets of white flowers were used throughout the ball room. Registering guests was Miss Betty Laceland of Virginia at the bride's book. Mrs. Jack Webb "and Mrs. Elsie Rector of Washington presided at the table. They all received gardenias for their hair. Lt. Everett and his bride left for a three-week wedding trip to Virginia Beach, Va., following the ceremony, Mrs. Everett wearing a tan shantung dress with white accessories and an orchid at her shoulder. Dinner Is Given On June 7, the Shoreham Hotel was the setting for a rehearsal dinner attended^ by the wedding party and out-of-town guests when Mrs. Everett entertained. The banquet tables were adorned with lew shallow crystal bowls, filled with floating gardenias. The bride was attired in a pink princess style dress of nub- by weave nylon .Her corsage was of gardenias. The couple presented gifts to their attendants. Returning from their wedding Mr. and Mrs. George Ferguson. The j group will spend several days etj Wappapello Lake. jj Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buck were in Memphis last night as guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Jones. 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No other shortening at any price it so creamy, *o digestible - and so light| Snowdrift trip, Lt. and Mrs. Everett will make their home at Fred. Va., where the groom is stationed. Hard Rock Ads MONTPELIER, Vt. (£>)—Neither' sleet nor snow may stop the mail, but this could slow it down! The Greater Vermont Assn. has recevied a request for two million pebbles, to be used in an advertising pro- j gram. They'll be mailed individual-' ly, if that's any consolation to the mail carriers. TUESDAY. JUNE 29, 1954 Japan Has Big Wind TOKYO WP) — U. S. Air Force meteorologists believe that jtt streams —high altitude wind belts — are stronger over Japan than anywhere else iri the world. Recently a jet stream was reported at 35.000 feet and moving eastward at 400 miles an hour. Aircraft use such winds to increase their range and speed without additional fuel. 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