The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 28, 1953
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVIM F! (AUK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY DECEMBER 28,1958 - Society News — tl.t Mnllin* finoietv Rrlitnr * Phnno J.I I', Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Family Reunion Is Given in Leachville Home Among the holiday celebrations was that given for the family of Mrs. Emma Fleeman, when her children gave a surprise Ihncheon nt her home near Leachville yesterday. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fleeman and -sons, Binnie and Tommy, Miss Virginia Spain nnd Miss Zcleuda Fleeman, nil of Blytheville; Mr. ami Mrs. Carl Fleeman, Mrs. Harry Bazil and son, Troy; Mrs. Emma Jcnn Westbrook nnd daughter, Kathy: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fleeman, Mr. and Mrs. Levy Jackson and daughter, Fay, pjl of Parngould. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fleemnn and son, James of Dexter, Mo.; Mr. nnd Mr.s. Frank Fleeman of Marked Tree; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fleeman nnd children, Floyd, Jr., and Saun- drn, of Salinas, Calif.: Colin Fleeman and children, Jimmy, Pamela nnd Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Flc n mnn and children Johnny, Pat; and Miss Glcndn Fay Decker, all of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fleeman nnd son, Bobby; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Curtwright, Mr.s. Roland Crow and children, Patricia and Richie; Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Fleeman and sons, Ronnie, Gary and Ricky; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Flcemnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Marvin Fleeman, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Edwards and son, David, all of Manila. Mrs. Jerry Bryan Van Zandt Miss Humphreys, J. B. Van ZamJt Exchange Vow in Methodist Church Dressed in a gown of white chantilly lace and brida! satin, Miss Annella Humphreys yesterday became the bride of Jerry Bryan Van Zandt of Van Buren, Ark., in a double ring ceremony at the First Methodist Church. The Rev. Roy I. Bagley officiated at the four o'clock ceremony before a large gathering of relatives and friends of the couple. Miss Humphreys is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Mr. Van Zandt is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Van Zandt of Van Buren. As guests gathered in the sanctuary, Mrs. C. Murray Smart played a program of nuptial music. Two urns filled with white stocks and greenery centered the altar, and directly in front of the altar was a white wrought iron prie dieu with sprays of white flowers and greenery, on which the couple knelt for blessing. Four branched candleholders with white burning cathedral tapers and two baskets of white giant chrysanthemums interspersed with greenery, stood on the sides of the prie dieu. Completing the arrangement were trees of woodwardia fern. Miss Jo Ann Trie.schmaim, vocalist, sang "Because," by D'Hnrdelot and the ' 'Wedding Prayer," Dy Dunlap. She was attired in an afternoon dress of soft blue taffeta featuring an off-the-shoulder neckline. Mrs. Smart, who played the traditional wedding marches and "Oh Promise Me," ns vows were exchanged, wore an afternoon frock of pale blue taffeta. \ They each received camellias. Miss Wilson Is Maid of Honor | Miss Jane Wilson served the bride as maid of honor and Mrs Ellett Lawrence, n, of Greenwood, Miss., served ns matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. G. A. Hines, Jr., Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., and Miss Melba Pryor and flower girl was Anne Donncll of Tiptonville, Tenn. Susan Smith and Ina Lee Matlock of Osceola lighted the tapers. They were identically attired in waltz length dress of'royal claret chrysanthemums and lilies of the valley were used In other dccorn- Uon. Miss Ruth Hale presided nt the bride's book, and at the table were Miss Anne Allbright uf LiUIe Rock, Miss Jeanne Jamell of Fort Smith, Mrs. Milton J. Willis of Van Buren,, Miss Rnmonn Crafton, Mrs. Jim Stockley of N.,>rlon, nnt' Misses Rosemary and Barbara Monaghan. Out-of-town guests were from Van Buren, Fort Smith, Lit tin Rock, Hot Springs, Osceoln, Greenwood nnd Tunica, Miss., nnd Dycrsburg and Tiptonville, Tenn. Following n northern wedding trip, the couple will live in Fort Srnllh. Mrs. Van Znndt wore for the wedding trip, a powder blue costume suit, a Sophisticate original, trimmed with pearls and rhino's tones on the cuffs. She wave n winter white hat trimmed in white satin with a matching bhip flower, and other accessories were of ck. She pinned the white orchids 1 at her shoulder, Party Is Given For Osceolans OSCEOLA — Sundav night, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nelson of Golden Lake invited 13 to the 50 Club for cocktails followed by dinner. White carnations in a silver footed bowl centered the table. The Pine Room at the club wns decked out in holiday decorations where the guests gathered for an informal evening following dinner. 'MARRIED — Shown cutting their wedding cake were Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Tomlinson, who exchanged marriage vows Tuesday at Calviiry Baptist Church here. Mrs. Tomlinson is the forrner Miss Ann Hester, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dodd Hester. Mr. Tomlinson is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. V. E. Tomlinson. (Photo by O'Stecn) Tomlinson-Hester Marriage Rites Held at Calvary Baptist Church At lhe Hospital Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. C. Buchanan, City Dave Nelson, City Carol Jean Paulsgrove, Leach ville 'William Stalcup, City Dick Green, Huffman George Jones, steele Mrs. Don Bottling, Luxora Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Will Mickey. Steele Mrs. Chnrlcne Thompson. City Bonnie Wood, Hornersvllle Jennnctto Kisner, Manila Mrs. Marcell Thomas and baby, :ity Marriage Licenses The following: couples have ob- .aimxl n miuThvjie license from the office of the county clerk, Mrs. illznboth BJythe Parker: James McDonald Rfiy of Steele, q., and Polly Ann Stewart of Blytheville. Willie CurtU'rlght and Ellen Bur- Siu, both of Manila. William A. Taylor and Muriel .lurry, both of Blytheville. Sam Tillman of Tomato and Enila wrlRht of Blytheville. Robert Fcrrygln and Jacqucllin. Burleson. both of Blytheville. In a double-ring ceremony performed Tuesday at Calvary Baptist, Church, Miss Cynthia Ann Hester, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jnc Dodd Hester, became the bride of Joe D. Tomlinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Tomlinson, all of Blytheville. The Rev. J. ,H. Melton officiated at the exchange of vows, In the presence of friends and relatives of the couple. Mrs. Jeff Hester, aunt of the bride and pianist, and Miss Frances Slayton, vocalist presented n program of nuptial music. Miss Slayton's were "Because" and "If God Left Only You." Serving her sister as matron of honor was Mrs. W. H. Shelton of Memphis. Misses Carol Ann Holt and Sue Oldham lighted the tap.irs. Given in marriage by her brother, Joe Mac Hester, she wore for the event a two-piece model of nylon faille in champagne color with navy accessories. She pinned an orchid at her shoulder Serving as best man was BiHy Engaged Couple Is Feted Here Lt. (Jg) and Mrs. O. A. Hlnes, Jr., and Rupert (Buzzy) Crafton, assisted by Miss Ramona Crafton, entertained Christmas Day between the hours of five and eight honoring Miss Annella Humphreys and her flnnce, Jerry Bryan Van Zandt of Fort Smith. Sixty guests called to greet the couple and many out-ol-town guests attended the affair. The festive motif was carried out throughout the home. Tomlinson, brother of the groom. Cpl. Charles Ray Thompson of Fort Riley, Kans., and Billy D. Jackson of Blytheville served as ushers. Later In the dining doom of the church a reception was held, with the bride's parents as hosts. Holiday decorations were used throughout the room, combined with tall baskets of white gladioli and fern. A tiered cake surrounded by lern and flanked by burning tapers centered the bride's table. Following a wedding trip to Biloxl and other southern points, the couple will be in Blytheville until the groom returns to Francis E. Warren Air Force Base in c:--y:nnc, Wyo.. where he is intending supply school. The bride, who is a member of the senior class of Blytheville High School will remain with her parents until her graduation, after which the couple will reside at Lake Charles. La. Out-of-town guests for the wed- din? wer Chief Warrant Officer and Mrs. Joe M. Pyland of Camp Rucker. Ala., Mrs. W. H. Shelton and .sons of Memphis, and Cpl. and Mrs. Charles Thompson of Fort Riley, Kans. Vacnining motorists may prof it by two recently patented auto accessories. One device tells the motorist exactly where he is, pointing out his position on a ribbon map. The other device clicks warning when tires are under- inflated. Relieves Colds' Pai St.Joseph IB «- V^BW^BB.1 *>* ASPIRIN 100 Tablet Bottle Only 49t Pamella Crafton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton, was admitted to Walls Hospital today where she will undergo a tonsilec- tomy. Lt. (jg) and Mrs. G. A, Hines, Jr., left today for their home in New London, Conn., after spending the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton. Rupert Martin (Buzzy) Crafton left today for Little Rock, where he will be the guest of Miss Maybian Cooke and her parents for several days. Commander John Loy Bishop left yesterday to return to Norfolk, Va., after spending the holidays here with Mrs. Bishop and her mother, Mrs. Tom Martin, at Dell. Mrs. John Crenshaw and her sons, Jim, Tom and John, of Trenton, Tenn., are visiting Mrs. Crenshaw's sister-in-law, Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, and Mr. Cunningham. Louis Lynch and E. B. Gee, Jr., were in Memphis last Wednesday attend the Yuleiide Revelers dance. Midshipman Eugene O'Brien left yesterday to return to the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., after spending Christmas here with his family. Mrs. H. L. Hunter of Fort Union. Va.. where she is housemother at Fort Union Military Academy, has arrived here to spend the week with her daughter, Mrs. Louise Hill, and son, Bobby. Mr. aim Mrs. Bill Berryman and children of Memphis returned yes- terciay to their home after spending Coming Events Tueidmy Cradle roll worker: of First Baptist Church meet at 1101 Hearn at 2 p. m. with Mrs. J. T .Westbrook. Big Plant — Little Sttt/ ISTANBUL (A — Assisted by more than a score of Soviet experts, Bulgaria has completed the new "Lenin Steel Works" at Dl- mltrovo. outisde of Sofia. Radio SoiSa broadcasts of opening ceremonies referred to the new plant as a "giant factory" which took 56,000 tons of concrete in the building. The broadcast said a train of railway cars «o miles long would be required to carry away the earth dug out at the site. Yet the initial caapcity was listed at only 50,000 tons of steel and 40.000 tons of iron product* annually. Must Have Seen Bragging SAN DIEQO, Calif. (JP) - Questions put to Dr. Harry Steinmetz'a clinical psychology class at San Diega State College included: "What do you consider your most valuable asset?" Only two in the class answered "intelligence", and they both misspelled it. . "Earth-Waves" Earth-waves, set up by an earthquake, are of three types, two of which travel through the earth, while the third travels along the surface. Scientists know the speed with which these waves travel, and are able, to determine the location of the quake. Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berryman. HAPPY NEW YEAR Holt Funeral Home Phont 4571 taffeta. The molded bodices were shirred and were worn with stoles to form portrait necklines. The very full skirts were worn over multiple crinolines. Their shoes were dyed to match their gowns, and they wore headdresses of pink velvet leaves. They carried cascading bouquets of pink camellias nestled In pouffs of matching maline. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Humphreys wore a gown of white chantilly lace poised over white satin. The long fitted sleeves were pointed over the hands and the high neckline was closed with miniature buttons down the center back. The yoke was encrusted with seed pearls and the full skirt flowed into a cathedral train. A finger-tip length veil of illusion was caught to a cloche type headdress of lace and satin identical to the material of her gown. It was sprinkled with seed pearls. She carried white orchids showered with lilies of the valley and an imported lace handkerchief. Mr. Van Zandt served his son as best man. Ushers were Clyman Izard, Jr., Henry Pape and Lee Poague, nil of Van Buren, and James Howard of Little Rock. The bride's mother wore a powder blue dress of lace over taffeta trimmed in net, with a half hat of matching material. She wore a lav- «nd»r orchid at her shoulder. Mrs. Van Zandt wore a mauve luce dress of taffeta trimmed with net In terrace length, with match- Ing slippers. She also was given a lavendar orchid for her shoulder. Reception «t Country Club Mr. and Mrs. Humphreys were host and hostess at Blytheville Country Club for a reception following the wedding. The satin draped table overlaid with net was centered by the tiered wedding eak* flanked by silver sandelabra entwined with Southern imllax, interspersed with gar- ienlM. Floor bMktti at white ON OUR GIANT CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Riti 4 Roxy Program Announcements MONDAY & TUESDAY JOAN CRAWFORD greater than ever! Now you'll «• Her In color by TECHNICOLOR fn tht intimate flaming lov* y Story behind the sultry notei of a torrid torch tinflerl MICHAEL WILDING „» Cit YJUNE • M\mi MW- «" ••«•• MTU* ten* Mr * JOHN MICHAEL HAVtS n» IAN LUSTI6 . titri <M • Sunr *»!,».*•«""« •MM»r CHARLES WALTERS • f-*-M * HENRY BERMAN ^ SIDNEY FMNKLIN, JR. Par. 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