TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, '1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGiriVl - Society News - p. Ann Alallorv. Society Editor • Phon Miss Millie Ann Malloo 1 . Society Editor Phone 3-4461 EXCHANGE VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. William \ Edward Colston are shown following their marriage Saturday at the Church of Christ here. Mrs. Colston is the former Joy Coleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Coleman. Mr. Colston is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Colston. (Photo by Westbrook) Luncheon, Meeting Held At Nodena EXCHANGI VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Houchin are shown following their marriage yesterday afternoon at the Wesley Memorial Methodist Church in Steele. Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Hampson and daughter, Mrs. Dixie Durham, entertained the Writers Group Jrom the !9ih Century Club in Memphis with a luncheon Friday at their home at Nodena. Those from the club were Mrs. Berry Brooks, Mrs. Harrison Adams, the president, Mrs. A. C. Stewart, Mrs. Myer M. Galtman, Mrs. W. L. Goodman. Mrs. Eugene Greener, Mrs. Dixie Wallace and Mrs. Ralph Waldo Handy. Special guests were Mrs. Eva El- kias, Mrs. Charles Elkins of Evadale, Mrs. John W. Edrington and Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr of Osceola and Mrs. Samuel P. Norris of Blylheville. Tile group assembled at 11:30 for program in which each guest I Houchin is the former Marilyn' Gates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gates of Steele. Mr. Houchin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Houchin of Neosho, Mo. (Photo by Ytagtr) Mrs. Lutz Complimented With Drop-Iii Mr«. Larry Lwz, a recent bride, was honored Saturday afternoon when Mr», Marvin Nunn and Mr». Hugh Cunningham entertained with a drop-in at the Nunn home on Chickasawba. Mr. Lutz is the grandson of Mrs, Cunningham. Yellow and white was the color scheme used in the decorations ol' the home, Ycno-A' chrysanthemums in a sil- \er container added a bright note to the table which ww ovorlild with a cutwork cloth. White carnation corsage* were presented to Mrs. Lute and her mother, Mrs. Robert Lewis Nailling, of Osceola who both wore navy blue dresses accented with fro*ted white inm. Mrs. Sara Cock and Mrs, Harold Nunn presided ai ih« refreshment t?.ble. votional in the business meeting with I junscictional study on American ' Indians will be held in October and t Mrs. Harold Eggensperger told of j plans for the migrant worker pro- William Colston, Miss Coleman Wed at Church of Christ Here j bowls centered the table, flanked j j by brass candelabra holding burning : In a ceremony Saturday afternoon at Church of Christ • yellow tapers. . here, .Miss Prentice Joy Coleman, daughter of .Mr. and .Mrs.! eariv^an^ou-ers^w^e^cvi^Ke' R. C. Coleman. became' the bride of William Edward Colston,! Following ihe luncheon 'or' son of Air. and Mrs. W. C. Colston. j Hampton showed his collection . _ _ Mrs. Marcus Gaines serving as pro- pariicipated,. a round table discus- g ra m chairman. | sion on historical events that took j Mrs . Game s introduced Roger Sud-Uram. place m the lives of the ancestors . bu ,. y &nd 0ayjd Warren ffho pre -j Mrs. w. L. Homer spoke on ihe of tho-e present i senied the program. Roger spoke on j Hobby Lobbv 10 be held Nov. 17. ( A talk was made by Dr. Hampson ; his visjt to the ^th^t Youth, The dLsmi»sal prayer was given on ihe early history of Mississippi j Convocation at Purdue University | by Mrs. Eggensperger. County Indians. The group then, and David £howed films that be ' went into the ammg room where I the table was laden with a typical j Carrying out the color theme of I early fall, ihe table was covered j < by an imported outwork cloth in ! primrose yellow. Sectional flower DavW sh(Wed made at the meetil i *"• L E - old P r « ided °« r i business session at which time Mrs. lH- C. Bush announced that Wail-to-rcal] cotton-tufted rugs :hr;:ik if they have not been pre- itrunr:. it is wise to check the the label before buying. If... Your Child is 18 months or under, bring him in and start your "Braggin Book". We will make four 3X5 prints (Different Poses) and mount them in this "Braggin Book" Al- bum ' All for Only $1.00 LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY 419 U". Main Phone POpIar 3-8666 William Seay officiated at the ceremony. Church decorations were baskets of while gladioli and branched candelabra holding white tapers. Tne entwined with candelabra were southern smilax. Davis Cobb provided nup'.ial music, Miss Sandra Aiken was maid ol honor with Misses Mary Louise Scrape and Imogene Freeman scrv- 'ing as taper lighters. j Miss Aiken wore a gown of pink i taffeta, feat urine an empire waist, and bouffant skirt. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink carnations. The taper lighters wore identical to Miss Aiken's in a shade' of blue. They wore wristlets of blue i carnations. : The bride, given in marriage by; her father, wore a gown of ChaniiUy j lace and white taffeta. The floor! length gown featured a rounded neckline and long slee-.es which i came to point* nt her fingertips, j Her fingertip veil of misty IHu- j sion was attached to a. lace band.! She carried a bouquet of bridal ; white roses and lihes-ol-the-valley. : Mr. Colston served his son as be?: • man. Ushers were Hugh Tyrone and ' FRVP Davis. ; Mrs. Coleman woie for her daugn- ' trr's marriage a na\ y blue airs* . with matching accessories and white j carnation corsaee. j A white carnation was pinned sij the shoulder of the a-via dn 1 ^! worn b> Mr?. Colston. She wore s black arcrs&ories Followmc ihe ceremony a rwp- j tion WHS held at, tlip home of tilt: bride's parents. I Misses Aleda Freeman and Pat I Sena pj-esidpd at the bride's table which was overlaid with a !acc cloih and centered with the tiered wed- i MOX THEATRE On \V. 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