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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,19M - Society News - a Ann XIallnrv Sncief.v Editor • PllC Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Hanna Becomes Bride Of Lt. Thomas Miss Helen Hanna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hanna of Luxora, and Li. Douglas Lowe Thomas of William Air Force Base in Chandler, Ariz., son of Mrs. T. S. Thomas of Mt. sterling, Ky., and the late Mr. Thomas, exchanged vows Sunday, Sept. 11, at 4 p.m. at the Church of Christ in Luxora Roy L. Vaughn, minister, officiated at the ceremony. The wedding arch entwined with plumosis with white satin bows on background of palms of emerald green leaces. Through the arch could be seen a tasset of whit* and pink gladioli. These same flowers were used on either side of the arch. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an original by Renee in crystaline imported French ChantUly lace combined with nylon tulle over bridal satin. The strapless basque had insets of pleated tulle across the front. The cover-up shrug lace jacket was fastened to a scalloped miniature petal collar. Long sleeves buttoned from the elbow to petal points over the hand. The tiered tulle gathered ballerina length skirt was accentuated over hoops with wide double scalloped lace binding. Her double tiered fingertip veil was a waist cape of misty illusion and handrolled hem fell from a Madonna cap of complementing ]ace embroidered in seed pearls. She carried a white Bible topped with & white orchid, pink carnations and tuberoses. Mrs. Joe D. Smith served her sister as matron of honor. Mrs. Gale Hanna of Luxora, sister-in- law of the bride, and Miss Carole Anderson of Memphis served as bridesmaids. Jimmie Flanagan, brother-in-law of the groom and uncle of the bride, served as best man. Ushers were Cleo Hanna of Memphis, brother of the bride, and Qulnton Flanagan of Luxora, uncle of the bride. Following tne ceremony the bride's parents entertained with a reception. The bride's table, overlaid with a white imported lace cloth, was centered with a tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and groom. Pink carnations encircled the base of the cake. Flanking the cake were crystal candelabra holding glowing pink tapers. Mrs. Quinton Flanagan, Mrs. Inez Permenter, Mrs. C. D. Smith and Mrs. Roy L. Vaughn presided at the table. Mrs. Mollye Hanna of Osceola was in charge of ttie guest book. The couple will make their home in Chandler, Ariz. EXCHANGE VOWS — Lt. and Mrs. Douglas Lowe Thomas are shown following their marriage at the Church of Christ in Luxora on Sept. 11. Mrs. Thomas is the former Miss Helen Hanna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hanna of Luxora and Lieutenant Thomas is the son of Mrs. T. S. Thomas of Mr. Sterling, Ky., and the late Mr. Thomas. (Photo by Hall Studio) Those earrings that hang down are quite handsome on many women. But have you noticed how enraptured some of these women get with the sound of the earrings? They clatter them back and forth like church bells. They look uneasy, with all the head motion. $129.95 to S189.95. Easj terms. Liberal trade-in. Come In today Adams Appliance Co. Inc. Hobby Lobby Topicof Discussion At Meeting of WSCS Circles Here Hobby Lobby was the main topic of discussion yesterday when \Vomen's Society of Christian Service Circles of First Methodist Church met. The Hobby Lobby will be held at the church on Nov. 17. At the meetings yesterday various members showed articles which they had made for the annual affair. "Christians hi Wealth" was the mission study taught. Circle One met with Mrs. C. G. Redman with Mrs. Jack Robinson, co-hostess. Sixteen members were present when Mrs. 0. C. Ganske gave the devotional and Mrs. Marcus Gaines the study. Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. C. E. Crigger, n ( with 17 members and one new member, Mrs. Earl Buckley, present. Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth gave the study. * Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., was Robertson's New Caterers AtCountryClub Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson today became the new caterers at the Country Club today, replacing Mrs. Dorothy Caldwell. who re- :urned to her home in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, who have been operating a cafe in Jackson, Miss., are former Blytheville residents. They plan to make their home at the Country Club for the present. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Gailya Ann Gurley, Rt. 2, city. Mrs. C. L. Linsvllle and baby, Ht. 2, city. Mrs. H. H. Hardesty, Rt. 1, city. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Euel Scott, city. Mrs. Harold Ray. city. Mrs. Riley Jones, city. Mrs. John Haynes, city. A. B. Splnnett. city. Mrs. Marcus Davidson, Manila. To Get Ahead Faster : Save 10% on all You Earn .... Add What We Pay You on Savings Save a few dollars,-all you can,-REGULARLY! where your savings are secure to be sure and available, if needed, of course Current Dividend Rare 3% Blytheville Federal Savings & Loan Association 200 N. 2nd St. Phone 3-4553 hostess to 19 members and three visitors, Mrs. L, E. Old, Mrs. Harold Eggensperger and Mrs. B. P. Gay, of Circle Three. The devotional was given by Mrs. Byron Moore with Mrs. F! E. Scott teaching the study. Mrs. James Guard gave the devotional and the study was taught by Mrs. George Pyles when 18 members of Circle Four met at the home of Mrs. F. E. Black. Sixteen members of Circle Five met at the home of Mrs. Elton Kirby. Mrs. Rlley Jones gave the devotional and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater taught the study. Mrs. M. J. Koehler and Mrs. W. W. Blackwood were hostesses to 17 members of Circle Six at the home of Mrs. Koehler. The devotional was given by Mrs. C. W. Alford with Mrs. Blackwood teaching the study. Circle Seven met at the new nursery with 17 members and five visitors, the Rev. Harold Eggensperger, Mrs. Stanley Henderson, Mrs. Paul Lloyd, Mrs. Robert Mc<Graw and R. A .Porter, present. Coming Events TUESDAY Junior High PTA executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. General meeting at 3 p.m. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr. CIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Robert McGraw. Country Club Bridge League meeting. WEDNESDAY Sudbury PTA executive board meeting, 2:30 p.m. General meeting 3 p.m. Central PTA executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. General meeting at 3 p.m. THURSDAY Altrusa Club meeting. Chlllion Club meeting with Mrs Felix Carney. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. TUESDAY, Sept. 27 Orpheus Club meeting with Mrs. C. M, Smart. Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, co-hostess. Bits of News Miss Evelyn Bowen left Sunday for Nashville, Tcnn., where she enrolled in David Lipscomb College. She was motored to school by her mother, Mrs. Howard Bowen. Mrs. Bowen returned home last night. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Castleman of Flint, Mich., are visiting her brother, Lee Duncan, Mrs. Duncan and other relatives here for several days. Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard,' ST., and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Huntley have returned from a week's vacation at Norfork Lake. Carl Ganske and R. A. Gary attended tlie funeral services of Clyde Woodring at Walnut Ridge Sunday. Mrs. H.. H. Hpuchins and Mrs. M. 0. Usrey have returned from Warrensburg, Mo., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mott. They were accompanied home by Mr. Houchins, who had been at his farm near Greenacres, Mo. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson and Mrs. Farris McCalla have returned from Rochester, Minn., where they went to be with Mr., and Mrs, O. P. Barber. Mr. Barber underwent surgery at Mayo Brothers Clinic there. Mrs. J. M. Gillespie and Mrs. C. C. Lee of Dyersburg will spend today and tomorrow here as guests of Mrs. O. W. Dillahunty. Mrs. Lula Rhoads and son, Wayne, are spending several days in Russellville visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. Ralph Deavers, and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Kilbourne of Botson, Mass., are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee. Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Kilbourne are cousins. While visiting here several informal parties have been given for Mrs. Kilbourne and several more will be given before she returns to her home. Mrs. G. L. Heyde of Jackson, Mo., will arrive this afternoon to spend a few days as guest of her sister, Mrs. M. F. Day, and Mr. Day. Miss Alene Jones has returned to her home in Rector, after having spent the past week here visiting her sister, Miss Patsy Jones. Tailored To Perfection 8310 / 34-4B ' By Sue Burnett A slim skirt p*us a flattering belted top with three-quarter length sleeves and rolled collar makes an attractive two-piecer for the mature woman. 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Bert Wagner was organist and Miss Edith McCallister, soloist, sang "Because " and "The Lord's Prayer." The reception was held in the social rooms of the church, following the ceremony. Mrs. Baker is the daughter of the late Joe Clifton Watson of Chula Vista and the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George A. Matthews and the niece of Mrs. Frank Whitworth of Blytheville. Mrs. Thomas Baker Trinity WMU Conduct Regular Meetings Day Circles of Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church met at the church yesterday for a covered-dish luncheon and Royal Service program with 19 members and one visitor. Mrs. A. D. Priest, present. Repeating 1 of the watchword and prayer by Mrs. E. G. Lovell opened the meeting. Mrs. A. L. Richardson was program chairman and those assisting ner were Mrs. Bill Cook, Mrs. "W. R. Williams, Mrs. Loyce Gestring, Mrs. Herman Adair, Mrs. John Buchanan, and Mrs. Lovell. The devotional was given by Mrs, Calvin Edge and closing prayer was led by Mrs. Cook. Rose Marlowe Circle met with Mrs. Mildred Ernest with seven members and one visitor, Mrs. Johnny Essay, present. Mrs. R. F. Pike opened the meeting with prayer with Mrs. Deai* Boren acting as program, chairman. • •• | Those on program were Mrs. j Melba Christie, Mrs. David Gad- 1 dis, Mrs. Bonnie Eatmon, Mrs. Ernest Walker and Mrs. Pike. Mrs. Lewis dismissed the -group. Mildred Matthew Circle met with Mrs. Cletus Hudson with 11 members and two visitors, Misses Betty Crocker and Sheryl Williams, preset. The two guests presented a musical program for the group preceding the program given by Mrs. Edward Roussel. Mrs. Eleanor Swaf- 'ord gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Ernest Walker conducted he business session and Mrs. Alvin Fritchard dismissed the group. Presbyterian Women'Have Meeting A business and program meeting was held yesterday by Women of the Presbyterian Church at the church. In absence of the president, Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, Mrs. Hugh Hudson presided over the business session. During this session reports were heard on the Rally Day to be held in the Sunday School Sunday and it was reported that the book "You Can Witness," would be given as the home mission bc/vk review on Oct. 17 at 1 p. m. It was also announced that the World Community Day would be observed Nov. 4, at the First Christian Church. Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., was in charge of the program on "Why I Have Done This," based on the scripture- reference "Beware of Practicing Your Piety Before Men," Matthew 6:1. Hostesses in the social hour were Mrs. Louis Nash and Mrs. J. C. Walters. Luncheon, Program Held by WMU A 1 p.m. luncheon followed by a Dixie Jackson mission program was held yesterday by Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church. Mrs. H. H. Brooks presided over the meeting with Mrs. L. H. Au-. try, Jr., having charge of the pro-1 gram. Tile opening prayer was led by Mrs. Tom Jackson with Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., giving the devotional. Mrs. Lynwood Lewis, Mrs. Philip Deer, Mrs. C. L. 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