The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 21, 1953
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FOTJR ' (ARKJ COURIER NEWS MONDAY, DECEMBER «,/!•« - Society News — !>„* Miitlliic Sn/>iot-v Rrlitor • Phone 446 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Events Given For Bride's Attendants Miss Day Garrlgan entertained her bridesmaids with Mrs. R. A. Nelson as hostess at her home Saturday for a luncheon, and Mrs. B. P. Gay entertained the wedding erional Graham Partlow, senior law stu dent at University of Arkansas, Fay- ettcville, arrived home Saturday to Spend the holidays with his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. Q. Partlow. Guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs Robert Killian, other than their daughters, Dixie from the University of Arkansas and Bobbye from Stephens College, were Mr. and Mrs E P Burton of Marked Tree, Mr, and Mrs. Russell plecman of Lake Providence, La., and Mr. and Mrs Louis Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. party Saturday evening at a rehearsal dinner. , u ^«... Centering the luncheon table i pi c "emnn, all o! Manila., and Jerry were Christmas decorations which carter of Leachville. were used throughout the house. , Dr. W. F. Brewer, who has been confined to bed for a week. Is reported slightly improved today. Mrs. Dochie Mick, who fell Friday Miss Garrigan, who wore a gray wool frock for the occasion, presented her attendant 1 ! with gifts, Mrs. Waddy W. Moore, Jr., of Helena, mother of the bridegroom, attended. Mrs. Gay was hostess to 30 guests at dinner at Hotel Noble's dining room Saturday night when special guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Moore of Helena, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gay of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson and Mrs. India Sanders of Memphis. Christmas scenes adorned the five tables. Miss Gtirrigan wore fi red velvet dinner gown for the occasion. Mrs. Waddy William Monrc, Miss Gay Garrigan Becomes Bride of W.W. Moore, III Miss Gay Garrigan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wallace Garrigan, became the bride of Waddy William Moore, III, of Helena, Ark., in a ceremony performed yesterday afternoon at the First Methodist Church. Mr. Moore is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Waddy William Moore. Jr., of Helena. The Rev. Roy I. Bagley officiated at the three o'clock nuptials before a large gathering of friends and relatives of the couple. At the Hospitals Dismissed; Blytheville Hospital Mrs. J. B. Farmer., Huffman, Walter Johnson, Dpll Eddie Dozler, City Eugene Mercer, Stede Mrs. J. W. Grissom. Osceola Juan Tijcrina, Armorel The sanctuary was decorated with white stocks and while tapers for the wedding. Centering the altar were two brass urns holding crescent bouquets ot white stocks, whitp satin pouffs and greenery, with a prie dieu in front of the arrangement. On each side, an arrangement of two candelabra hold- Ing burning white cathedral tapers and a basket of white stocks and greenery completed tne Background lor the wedding party. Give Reception Mrs. B. F. Gay, grandmother of the bride, wore a street dress of navy silk with a matching jacket, and navy accessories. She wore n Invcndar orchid. Mr. and Mrs. Garrigan were hosts at Hotel Noble following the ceremony for a reception. The mirror room was decorated with white flowers in baskets at intervals. Tlie refreshment table was cen- caught the cloth at corners of the table. Assisting at the reception were Miss Rosemary Monaghan, Miss Jane Wilson, Miss Annella Humphreys, Miss Margery Hale, Miss 'lleen Norrjs, Mrs. Bill Nunnelee, Mrs. J. L.'Westbrook, Jr.. Mrs. G, A. nines, Jr., and Mrs. Bob Walden. Mrs. W. E. Hendrix provided organ music throughout Hie evenini They were presented with corsages of carnations. Out of town guests were from Helena, Forrest City, Osceola, Memphis, Union City, and Obien, Tenn. Following a short wedding trip to St. Louis, they will be guests of their parents throughout the hol- idoys after which they will be at home in Fayetteville. Mr. Moore and his bride depart:d Inter in the afternoon, the bride wearing a Ted Stein original suit in Spring Navy, with a srug hip Icred by a lirered while wedding line coat of Cnmel color. Her hat Family pews were marked with I calt e, with sugared roses lopping I was a Spring Navy cloche, and she it. It was surrounded by irrldescent | wore other navy accessories and pin-wheels centered with pom-pom, gold jewelry pinning an orchid at wliile flowers and while ribbons. | ! Mrs. Murray Smart, organist, •nd Miss Jo Ann Trieschmiinn, vo- caTIst, provided the nuptial music. Miss Triescrimann sang "At Dawning," by Cadman, "All for You," by Bertrand-Brown; and Mariolte's "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Smart, who played the traditional wedding marches and other appropriate selections, was dressed in a blue taffeta aiternoon gown, and was given camellias. , Miss Trieschmann, who wore pale blue taffeta floor Icnglh gown, was presented camellias. Miss Alice Burrus of Texarkana, Ark., served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Mabel Ann Thweatt of Little Rock. Miss Barbara Monaghan and Miss Ramona Crafton, and Junior bridesmaids were Mary Lynn Gay of Memphis, »nd Mary Gay Nelson of Blytheville. Wear Taffeta Gowns They were identically atlired In ballerina length gowns of frosted •Ilk taffeta combined with French tulle in royal copen blue. The strapless bodices were of taffeta with crushed folds of tulle across the top. Tiny taffeta jackets were worn. The skirts of taffeta and tulle had a wide panel of tulle in the back which was accented with a small taffeta bow at the waistlines. They wore clip hats of tulle and taffeta with tiny bridal veils, sprinkled with rhinestones. The shoes were dyed to match the gowns. They wore short white kid gloves and carried cascade bouquets of Happiness roses with matching French maline and satin ribbon. Miss Garrigan who was given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown of white satin, the bodice of which was fitted and enhanced by a low cut scoop neckline. The sleeves were long and closed at the wrist wilh small «atin buttons. A delicate design of bridal pearls was embroidered around the neckline and the same pattern was used to outline the petal point sleeves. The bouffant skirt fell in deep pleats and swept into a full cathedra! train. |g Her double-tiered veil of tnktv i W English illusion was finger 'tip » length and was held in place with I U a queen's crown of French lace is? encrusted with pearls and sequins ! g She carried a white satin Bible IS on which was a single pure white orchid in a shower of lilles-of-lhe- valley and satin ribbons. I a Mr. Moore, Jr., served his son! W as best man. Ushers were Aubrv ''" Christian, William A. Coolldi'c Jr and Sydney Carvill of Helena' James 0. Turner of Forrest Citv and E. B. Gee, Jr., and Patrick Burks of Blytheville. For her daughter's marriage Mrs. Garrigan selected an afternoon gown of poie-de sole In desert rose. The Wide V neckline was enhanced with clip pins of rhinestones set with deep rose. mums. While flowers and ribbons' her shoulder. IT'S HEUER'S for House Shoes! breaking her hip Is a patient at Campbell's Clinic, room 310, having undergone surgery. Mrs. Mick previously broke her other hip. Mrs. George Roland Green had as her dinner guests yesterday Mrs. Bascom G. Green, Miss Linda Green Mrs. Linda Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Couch and children. Jimmy and Mary Katherine, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gay, Jr., and children, Mary Lynn and Frank ail of Memphis. They had all been here for the wedding of Miss Gay Garrigan and Waddy William Moore, III. Sgt. and Mrs. Tommy Tinker and Children, Donna and Tommy, Jr.,, of Abilecn. Tex., arrived here Saturday for a visit with their parents Mr. and .Mrs. H. E. Graham and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tinker. Capt. and Mrs. John C. Keefe of San Antonio, Tex., are spending Ihe Christmas holidays with her mother, Mrs. Arch Lovelace, and iamily. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jontz of Whitehavpn. Tenn., will arrive here to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jontz, and family. S/Sgt. Roscoe Crafton, who is stationed at Westover Field, Mass., is to arrive here tomorrow morning for a week's furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Crafton. Miss Jean Phillips, student at Ar- gansas State, arrived home to visit here grandmother, Mrs. L. T. Moore, Sr. Arriving here early today were L. T. Moore, Jr., and Harold Lewis, students at UCLA. Miss Jane Wilson will be in Memphis tomorrow as the guest of Miss Virginia Brooks to attend the Debutante Ball at Memphis Country Club tomorrow night. Tea Is Given For Former Resident Here A tea was given yesterday to honor Mrs. W. I. Mallory, Sr., of Hayll, and formerly ot Blytheville on her 65th birthday, when her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Mallory entertained at their home for 75 guests. Forming tht receiving line were the honorce, the hostess, Mrs Herbert De Weeie of Hayti and Miss Millie Ann Mallory. The table was decorated with red candles and silvered magnolia leaves with angel hair. Mrs. Mallory was presented an orchid. Coming Events Dr. Monday Edna Nles is hostess to the BWC Circle Eight of the First Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Ste phen's Episcopal Church has Christmas party for all women of the church .with Mrs. S. 8. Patterson at 818 West Main at 8 p.m. So Young And Pretty Den Four Has Party In Home Mrs. Buck Koush, den mother, conducted a regular meeting of Den Four, Pack 223, of the Boy Scouts, when Mrs. Edward McGregor was hostess for a surprise party following the Friday meeting. Cake and iced drinks were served, gifts were exchanged and pictures were made of the group. "Merry Christmas to Den 4," was written! on the cake. ChristmasDance Is Given by Cotillion Club Mr. and, Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lawshe, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shelter) and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Monlandon were hosts Saturday night for the annual Christmas dance for members of the Cotillion Club. . Hotel Noble was the scene for ttie party. Windows and mirrors j were decorated as Christmas cards, and the refreshment table was decorated by a large snowman and red tapers. Party foods were served I throughout the evening. Music for dancing was by Pappy Graves 1 orchestra of Memphis. Many local and out of town guests were present along with members of the club. Turkey Dinner Given in Home Mr. and Mrs. Norman shields en- lertnmcd with a turkey dinner ser- vocl buffet style Friday nialit at their home on Moullirc Drive. Friends attending the Christmas party were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hyde and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Caldwell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stromier, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lott, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gean. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Stromier and son, Mrs. Frances Biirron. Miss Lulu Bates. Mr. ami Mrs. R. J. lodge the Rc'v. Gene Sciiultx. Tiie hostess was assisted by Mrs. Training Union Is Entertained : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson entertained 22 members of th« Training Union of the First Bapi list Church at their home Friday night for a covered-dish dinner. Miniature Christmas trees with pine cones and greenery decorated Hie tables. Mrs. Leon Jones presented a devotional, and games were directed by Mrs. Harry Ray Brooks. The mem I lieis exchanged gifts. Hodce in serving. Poinsettias, houghs of holly and Christmas scenes were used throughout the house to decorat*. Sue Burnett Bright contrast and novelty hilt- tons make a pretty finish for this youthful frock for practically every occasion. Pattern No. 8054 is in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, 3'i yards of 39-inch; Viyard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in 'COINS, your name, address, size de- It's Feinber^s Tea Is Given For Office Group A tea was given Friday for members of the Traffic Department of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, when hostesses were Mrs. Travis Brooks, Mrs. Joe Dillidine/ Mrs. Dan Miller, Mrs. Charles Sinitli Miss Mary Ann Robeson, Miss Juanita Samples, Miss Mae Roper, Miss Betty Henson, Mrs. Virgle Shaney- [elt, Mrs. Ira Bohanan, Miss Anna Bell Garner, Miss Eva sue Chamberlain and Mrs. Norman Fraziev. Guests were entertained in the lounge at their offices between the hours of three and five In the afternoon. .A group of children including Joe ,ee Smith, Bill Tom Brooks, Ronnie Wilier, Lonnie Shaneyfelt. Bill Kirk- I land, Myra Smith and Joan Gean I sang Christmas carols. ! White lace over green overlaid the table, which was centered by green candles and Christmas baubles. Party Is Given For Dorcas Class Miss Ellen Moore entertained at her home Friday for members of the Dorcas Class of Calvary Baptist church with their annual Christmas party. Guests included Mrs. Orlecn Stanley, Mrs. Lucille McGruder. Mrs. Opal Ayres, Mrs. Porter Miller, Mrs. Raymond Bomar. Miss Ann Nance and Teena Shatley. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Miller and carols were sung. The Christmas story was told by Mrs. Miller and Miss Moore read "No Room In The Inn." Mrs. C. S. Birmingham «-as in charge of the social hour, in which gifts were exchanged and refreshments were served. sired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simpie wardrobe. -Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cen',5 today. o Make White's Your Headquarters For Gifts That Will Be Appreciated Gay At A Fiesta! Comfy As A Siesta! for for Leuiire Loveliej • i" 1 . 1 ( 1 in \_olorlul MEXICALI STRIPE atrick V — ,. . The sleeves were three-quarter length She wore a matching custom made hat, and a light lavendar orchid Mrs. Moore wore a sheath dress of blue brocade taffeta trimmed with pearls. The sleeves were elbow length and her sandals were dyed to match, Her hat was oi matching color of silk flowers, and «he pinned an orchid corsage at her ehoulder. a A j.iy loutli-of-thc-liordtr »«ricolor cr' « jnuj littlt Lti«up« Lovely lot M nom« lormjjltin! 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