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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 ; 1.954 - Society News - „ ir,n Mollnrv Rnclptv Editor • P'lO' Miw Millie Ana Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Wedding Plans Are Announced By Miss Trieschmann Today Wedding plans of Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann to John Leonard Wall, Jr., today ware announced by Miss Tnesch- PLAN HOBBY LOBBY — Women's Society ot Christian Service of Osceola's First Methodist Church have been busy this week preparing for their Hobby Lobby which opens for one clay on Thursday. Above group was pictured at work yesterday. (Courier News I'hcito) Christmas "Hobby Lobby" to Be HeldbyOsceolaMethodistWSCS Santa Claus will be present Thursday at I he Osccola Methodist Church when the Women's Society of Christian Service of the church has its "Hobby Lobby." A Christmas theme will be carried out in decorations featuring a huge white tree trimmed with red and green ornaments. Large red candles will mark the entrance door and the stairway will be banked with greenery. Various booths will be decorated in red, green and white. The Christmas novelty booth will be around the tree. Christmas music will be played throughout the day. Mrs. Bob Dyess is general chairman of the event and Mrs. Ralph Woodruff Is asslstan'«-chairman l Committee chairmen are Mrs. Pat Klnard. Mrs. Autcn Chltwood. Mrs. V. Q. Bell, Mrs. Ed Wiseman, Mrs. Charles Bonner and Mrs. Charles Wlygul. Hostesses are Mrs. Bill Scroggins Mrs. Joe Rhodes, Sr., Mrs. E H Burns. Mrs. C. M. Harwell. Mrs. Bill Joe Edrlngton, Mrs. Ralph Wilson. Mrs. John Edrlng- ton and Mrs. Tal Tongatc. The following booths will be featured, snack bar, bakery booth, country store, Christmas novelties, fnncywork booth. The Green Thumb, aprons and dolls, and toys. Miss Albright Is Honored With Several Bridal Parties Miss Ann Albright of Little Rock, fiancee of Russell Phillips, Jr., was honored yesterday with two bridal parties. Miss Jane Wilson entertained at i by Miss Albright for the occasion Hotel Noble with a luncheon yester- and she was presented a gardenia ^ corsage and a gift of silver from her Snapdragons and daisies in a crystal bowl centered the tables where guests were seated. Place cards were girls with pastel net skirts and the bride-elect's place was marked wlm «. bridal doll with white net veH. Miss Albright wore for the occasion a navy blue suit with small navy blue hat and accessories. She was presented an orchid corsage and silver In her chosen pattern. Mrs C. E. Crigger and Mrs. Charles Crlggei, III, entertained with a dessert-bridge at the home of Mrs. Bernard Gooch last night. A bridal couple on styrofonm and nestled in white pom-poms and rosebuds centered the tables where Ihe 12 guests were seated. White chrysanthemums were used throughout entertaining rooms. Winners in bridge games were Mrs. P. D. Poster, Jr., and Miss 'Reeii Norris. A blue silk faille dress was chosen Family Reunion Held At Lovett Home Here Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lovett held a family reunion at their home Sunday in honor of Mr. Lovett's 76th birthday. hostesses. Baptist WMU Has Meetings In Homes Here Baptist Women's Missionary Union met with members yesterday. Circle One met with Mrs. James Fisher with 11 members nnd two visitors present. Mrs. Lloyd SUckmon presided over (he business session and the i program was presented by Mrs. Fisher. Mrs. Randal Hnwks ami Mrs, Jack Marsh, Prayers were offered by Mrs. K. D. Marr nnd Mrs. H: H. Brooks. Circle Two met with Mrs. Adolph Helnicke with 10 members nnd two guests, Mrs. Frank McCool and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mrs. Philip Deer was In chiirge of the business and Mrs. C. L. Mr and Mrs. R. W. Lovett hem Evans gave Ihe program. Mrs. s fninily reunion at their home) Dan-ell Lunsford and Mrs, Berry r« l~,r i^, VirMini- nf Mr I.flVPt t'S led in Dl'IiVCI". Sunday in honor of Mr. Lovett s icu m piayei. 76th birthdiiy. Circle Three met wilh Mrs. Hay.s Out-of-town guests were Mr. und ; Sullivan wilh nine members nnd Mrs. Claude Barr nnd Mr: and! one new member. Mrs. L. H, An- Mrs. Homer Gant of Beulah, Miss., i try, Jr., present. Mrs. Frnnk and Mr. and Mrs. Rnlph Bavr and , orinsby was » guest. children of Cleveland. Kay Roach Honored With Birthday Party Mrs. Bridie Ford. Jr.. Mrs. Draw Huey and Mrs. Sulhvun gave the program. Prayers wore given by i Mrs. Sullivan nud Mrs. Hucy. I Circle Four met with Mrs. Hur• old Davis with nine members pres- Kay Roach was entertained on her cut. ninth birthday Saturday, when her ', The program was given by Mrs. mother, Mrs. J. C. Roach, had a ' Shelburne Brewer, Mrs. Victoria wiener roast. ' Gilbert and Mrs. C. E. Johnson. Winners in the games played were Sentence prayer dismissed the Paula Mosiey, Sarah Penny, Ppna group. Shatlcy and Ronnie Shaneyfclt I Circle Five met with Mrs. P. E. Favors were presented each sucst. : Alkmson with H members, and Later in the afternoon refresh- i one " ew "ember, Mrs. J. H. Sey- meuts of birthdav cake and ice, more, present, cream were served the guests. »'«• «'»»?»' McCormick was In _ charge of the bxismess. Those on ! program were Mrs. H. L. Halsell, Ur., Mrs. N. T. Maxwell, Mrs. Ri- I ley Adams, Mrs. McCormick, Mrs. i Alvin. Hardy, Mrs. Theodore Logan I nnd Mrs. Bill Woolen. Mrs. Hardy I dismissed the group wilh prayer. • | Circle Six met with Mrs. J. T. Westbrook with eight present. Mrs. Bill Bannister opened the rnectin^ with prayer and presided over the business session. Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb gave the program and Mrs. E. B. Woodson dismissed the group with prayer. Circle Seven met with Mrs. C. M. Smart with Mrs. J. W. Rayder in charge of the business session. There were nine members present. Mrs. Car] Tate gave the opening ELECTED PRESIDENT—Miss Joan Cooper of Cooler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Cooper, a student at Arkansas State College In Jonesboro, was elected president of the Women's Athletic Association at a state convention held at the University ol Arkansas in Fayetteville. Miss Cooper is a junior at Arkansas 8UU Collegt. Business and Personal CHRISTMAS CARDS Name Personalized or Plain HALLMARK CARDS 1C for 29c, up Unusual Gift Wraps- Party Favors. Special Low Prices. SAMUEL F. NORRIS Stationers—Office Outfitter!— Printers "AcroM From City H«!l" Presbyterian Church Women Have Meeting A general meeting of the Women of the Presbyterian Church was held yesterday alternoon at 2:30. MI'S. Vernon Thomasson opened (he meeting by reading, a prayer from "Prayers of Peter Marshall." A tribute to Mrs. F. D. Underwood wa--> given by Mrs. Roy Walton, historian. Committee reports were given and an election ol officers was held. Officers elected were Mrs. Thomasson, president; Mrs. Hugh Hutson, vice-president; Mrs. Jack Webb, secretary, and Mrs. S. E. Tune, treasurer. Mrs. Harvey Kldd gave a report on the Presbytcrtal held In Brinkley with Cotton Plant as co-hostess. Over 200 delegates representing 53 churches attended the affair. Mrs. J. E. Carter presented the program, "1 Saw the Church Is Japan." Hostesses lor the social hour were Mrs. Kldd, Mrs. James Manly and Mrs. J. E. Dicks. mann. The wedding will be solemnized Nov. 2ii at First Methodist Church a 3 p. m. in the afternoon with the RCV. Harold Ecgcnspcrger officiating at the ceremony. Miss Sally Trieschmann will serve her sister as maid of honor and Miss Linda Lmi Trieschmann, sister of the bride-elect, will be Junior bride.smaid. Bridesmaids are Miss Betty Ann Bits of News P e ,-6onJ Harber and Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr. Mrs. Murray Smart will «rve as organist and soloist will be Mra. Haiold Davis and Harry Farr. Robert J. Pearson of Nashville, Tenn.. will serve Mr. Wajl as best man and groomsmen will be Robert j. Dawson and Harold E. Mason ol Kennett. Ushers are Harold Davia and J. L. Westbrook, Jr. A reception will be held in the dining room of the church and those assisting will be Misses Donna Sue Gore, Ramona Crafton, Betty Nell Holland, Mrs. Jim. stockley of Marl, anna, Mrs. James Vest, Mrs. Paul C. Storey of Kennett, Miss Nlta Rose Hall, Mrs. Jim Smothermon and Mrs. Robert Blodgett. Luxora PTA Beacon WMA Has Meeting Heacon Women's Missionary Association met at Ihe church with 14 members present. Mi's. Fred Hodge led Hie opening prayer and a business session was conducted. Prayer was led by Mrs. James Hampton. The Rev. J. J. Johnson taught the mission study and Mrs. J. J. Johnson dismissed the group with prayer. Carlene Lay Has Birthday Party Here Jimmy Callihan, Bruce Smythe and Jiick Thompson. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smytlie and Mrs. Hermon Carlton. Miss Kay Ciuiton, a student at Mississippi Southern College, has pledged Chi Omega sorority. Mr. ami Mrs. W. L. Crafton had as their guests over the weekend Mr. Crafton's sinter, Mrs. R. J. Carroll, and Mr. Carroll of St. Louis. Mrs. Carroll Is n former I Blytheville resident. . Jerry Reed Moses of Cleveland, Miss.. Is visiting his father, Carl Moses. Drs. Carl and Edna Nles were In Memphis Sunday to attend the Sonja Henle Ice Revue. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Hugliey and children spent the weekend in Portageville. Mrs. Callle Tullols, Mrs. Gertrude Reese and Clarence Pope of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mrs. Jack Hood and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westbrook. Mr. and Mrs. Benforcl Klmes and daughter, Sandra, of Memphis, visited Mr. Klines' mother, Mrs. Sally Kimes, Sunday. Mrs. Charles R. Johnston and son, Allen Gordon, Mrs. Charles L Buck and son. Fritz, and daughter, Karen, and Mrs. H. P. Hann of Houston. Tex., will arrive today for n visit with their mother, Mrs. J. E. Crook, and their brother, Barney Crook and family. Mr. and Mrs. Udell Newson and son. Joe, spent the weekend in Tunica, Mi.ss.. visiting Mr. Newson's brother, Jot; Ncwson, and family. Mrs. Robert KilHan and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Carter and son, Billy, of Lctichvllle were in Payetteville over the weekend to attend the football game. They were Joined there by Mrs. Kllllan's daughter, Bobbye Jean, of Columbia. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. George Cheatham of Fort Collins, Cola, IcIL this morning for their home after having spent several weeks here visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. b- Perry. Second Lt. and Mrs. Pat Burk;. left ycstiTdny for Albucrquc, N. M., where Lieutenant Burks will bo stationed wilh the Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Barnett and family have been called to Union City, Ttmn., due to thr death of Mr. Bnrnetl/s uncle, C. C. Farrell. Capt. and Mrs. Erwin Mitchell and children left yesterday foi Fort Bragg, N. C., after having been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith. Mr. nnd Mrs. Vernal White announce the birth of a daughter, prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. C. S. Lemons. Mrs. R. E. Blaylock was in charge of the program and Mrs. John Gearing dismissed the group with pruypr. Senior high students of First . , i i ,. Presbyterian Church attended an HdS N\QQ\ IHQ all-day rally of the Presbyterian i -' Youth Fellowship Sunday at West Memphis. Those attending from Blythevllle Included Martha Lou Mallley, Deloris Harris, Janice Johnson, Martha Ann White, Owen Simmons, Forty-eight members and guests met in the school cafeteria Wednesday afternoon for Ihe monthly Parent-Teacher Association meeting of Luxora schools. Mrs. Harry Permenter was reelected to finish the remaining year as secretary filling the unex- plred tor ir of Mrs. Jerome Gordon, who is moving to California. Committee chairmen were named for the annual fathers' night dinner, which will be given on Tuesday night, Dec. 1 at 7:30 p.m. Two patriotic numbers were presented by the glee club under the direction of Mrs. Lem Stanford. Inspirational thoughts Were delivered b" the Hev. Jimmy Rlherd and O. D, Henry gave the president's message. W. P. Ellis, superintendent of schools, spoke to the group and chose as his topic, "Teamwork lor Better Schools." In the room count, awards went to Mrs. Elmer Hall's fifth grade and Mr. Henry's eighth grade. Refreshments were served by the seventh and eighth grade room mothers and sponsors. MOX -THEATRE- On West Wain St. In Blyrheville Show Slarls Weekdays 7:00 Sal., Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times TUBS., & WED. Double Feature Also Shorts TUES. WED. & THURS. Double Feature LUCILLE.BALL ., ..-. P£ hr —AND— In \Varncrcnlor At the Hospitals Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed; Eugenia Shannon, city John H. Scott, city Herbert Mullins. city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. H. W. Baker, Luxora CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY C. O. Graves celebrated their anniversary Sunday when their — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Applebaum, of Osceola entertained with a golden wedding reception at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Graves havo daughter, Mrs. lived, in Blytheville since 1925. Sheila Vern, Friday at Walls Hos- pltnl. The baby has a sister. Nala Fay. Mrs. White Is the former Miss i Fredelene Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Urska are the parents of a son born this morn- Ing al Memphis Methodist Hospital. The baby, who Is their fourth child, has been named Charles Edward. Coming Events Wednesday Mrs. Lloyd Wise entertains Town and Country Club. Mrs. S. C. Owens entertains Club Eight. TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Otto scrape. Mis. H. C. Sims has Wednesday Bridge Club. NOW Club meets with Mrs. Bill Fraser with Mrs. Paul Cooper co- hostess. Central PTA meets at 3 p.m. preceded by executive board at 2-.30 p.m. Thursday Lottie Moon YWA meets with Marcella Ray Flat Lake HD Club holding annual Thanksgiving meeting and dinner at club house beginning at 11 a. m. La Nueve Club mets with Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Mrs. P. D. Foster entertains Thursday Contract Club Chlllion Club meets with Mrs. Mary Hatfield. Mrs. Robert Thompson entertains OEO Club. Junior and Senior High PTA have study at home economics cottage beginning at 1:30 p. m. UDC meets at Rustic Inn. Hostesses are Mrs George Roland Green, Mrs. Henderson Hall, Mrs. R. C. Rose. Mrs. I. O. Westbrook, Mrs. A. M. K. Branson and Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons. Esther Class of _ First Baptist Church meeting at 'home of Mrs. Jmes Roy. 7:30 p. m. Plus Selected Shorts the shoe that fits like a new shoe should . . . 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