BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1955 - Society News - 'it Ann Mallow. Society Editor ' Lj Mitt* Ann Mallory, Phone 34461 Lottie Moon Mission Program Presented at Baptist WMU Fifty members of the Women's Missionary Union of First BaptiiTchurch met at the church yesterday for the Lottie Moon Foreign Missions Program. Mrs. Prank Pitts served as pro- Week of Prayer Observed by Calvary WMU Week of Prayer was observed yesterday when Calvary Baptist Worn- Missionary Union met at the gram chairman for the all-day p gram with the morning session dealing with the Pacific Isles and the afternoon session dealing with Latin American countries, Europe and the Near East. Those taking parts on the morn- Ing session were Mrs. Darrell Lunsford, Mrs. B. O. Cash, Mrs. Philip Deer Mrs. Eddie Ford, Mrs. Ken- dall'Berry. Mrs. M. c. Outlaw. Mrs. Edwin Peterson, Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mrs. B. L. Hale, Mrs. Shelbume Brewer and Mrs. Quincy Alexander. Mrs C. M. Smart presented the devotional and those leading in Braver were Mrs. E. B. Woodson, Mrs C. L. McWaters, Jr., and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Sr, o aughman. Mrs Buddy cockran was program chairman with Mrs. H. J. Fondren ;iving the devotional. Those on program were Mrs. Frert philbrook, Mrs. Claude Rowland, Following the cheon the afternoon's program wa given with Mrs. L. H. Autry, Jr., Mrs. E. E. Blaylock, Mrs. N. F. Grifflng, Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Sr Mrs B E. Houmes. Mrs Ted Brown, Mrs. C. L. Evans, Mrs. Jimmy Fisher, Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Mrs Max Logan, Mrs. Theodore Logan and Mrs. J. W. Bishop participating. The devotional was given by Mrs. John Gearing with Mrs. Berry and Mrs Dick Bedner taking parts. This foreign mission program was given before a black background and a large white Christmas tree. As each member gave their part they placed their offer- Ing on this tree. When the program was concluded ttie Christmas tree was decorated. ,,,,>, ,„ Mrs Dale' Garner, Mrs.' L. B. John- Fra nc'isco. Calif., will arrive Thurs- covered-dish Urn- " Mrj w F o . Nea i and Mrs. d a y for a visit with her daughter, nn's nrOfftam W8S ™ C| * ° _ ' __ ,, *-iu «•.!,"... r>r\nrrar TTT and ffiTTl- Raymond Bomar. Prayers were given by Mrs. Baughman Mrs. Philbrook. Mrs. O'Neal, Mrs Fondren, Mrs. Kenneth Ward- aw, Mrs. Rowland, Mrs. Fred Burse- son and Mrs. Cockran. If you don't want to wind foot trouble in the middle . stay away from very high heels. Save them for gala occasions or par- i,ies where you simply sit. For daily Jtlllta Bi . M ... . wear tailored or dressy, there's the spe nding today in Memphis. shaped mid-heel. It's both pretty Also in Memphis today and comfortable. Late News In Separates 8324 Sue Burnett Biyiheville Ho5pl[il Pretty and practical for a winter Dl |£l ss ™?.; wardrobe — youthful blouse ind bam rm skirt pair to mix and match with similar wardrobe items. Pattern No. 8324 is in sizes 10 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12. blouse with sleeve, 1 3 A yards of 35-inch-, skirt, 1% yards of 54-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN MUM BER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 w. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. 111. Send 25 cents now for your copy of the new Pall & Winter '55 edi tion of our pattern catalog Basic FASHION. Colorful, exciting, fillr- 1 all ages. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry will return home this Weekend from Stuart, Fla., where she has spent the past two weeks visiting her sister. She will motor home with Mr. and Mrs. J A. Leech, who have spent the past several weeks in Florida vacationing. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Crafton of Conway and Mrs. Crafton's mother. Mrs. Llcklider of Springdale have returned to their homes after a visit, here with relatives. Among Blytheville residents building new homes in the Country Club area are Mr. and Mrs. Riley Quick and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brown. Mrs. Lloyd Wise is in Killeen. Tex., to visit her daughter, Mrs. Clarence S. Webb, and infant son. Mrs Jack C. McKenzie of San Francisco. Calif., will arrive Thurs- Mrs. Charles Crigger, nl. and family. Mr. McKenzie will join his wife here nest week. Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie are enroute to New York to BRIDE —In a ceremony solemnized Friday night at the First Methodist Church in Sikeston, Miss Barbara Ann Lennox became the bride of David Ellington Kelley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Lafeyette Keiley of Steele. 7 avid E. Kelly of Steele Weds George Muir Jr., who has been I _,_.-„; 7- f C.' L employed in Kennett, has returned! T\f RnVnCl-VCl LeilllOX 01 JlK up with I to Blytheville to make his home with j J. Kl /JJ -L-»tI ' w ' «•» -a-n" •" J B years. ! his pare nts, Mr. and Mrs. George] , f the make their future home. George Muir Jr., who has been I ur Mrs . P . E . warren. Mrs. Cecil sha ne and Mrs. Newton WhHis are son - Lingerie couldn't be any prettier than it now is. Latest addition '3 the cabin coat in embroidered orlon fleece to wear over pajamas. Elmer Norman and Mrs. Doyle. Mrs. Bessie Justus has returned from St. Louis where she spent the holiday weekend visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mayo Bell. Women's Fellowship Has Executive, General Meetings and Luncheon Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church met at the church yesterday for an executive board meeting and lun- reeUn siKFSTON — \ wedding o£ interest of the holiday sea- solemnized Friday evening in First Methodist Church iss Barbara Ann Lennox, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Robley Lennox became the bride of David Ellington Kelley, son of Harold ; Ml . an "fi Mrs. Pleasant Lafeyette Kelley of Steele "~The Rev. M. G. Joyce read the -- - - ----vows for the double ring ceremony. A reception followed immediately a* the Rustic Inn. The bride was escorted by her uncle, Robley Lennox, down the aisle and given in marriage at trie altar decorated in greenery and ai-"e standards of white chrysan- Richard Bailey Has Fourth Birthday Party Richard Bulley. son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey, celebrated his fourth birthday Saturday when his mother invited"l" of his mile friends to a party. Refivshments of ice. cream and cake wvre served w-ith favors of balloons and candy being given to the children. Mvs. B;iily was assisted iti serv- [JlC CllUiC.lt JfCOLtlVlWJ 4.Vi «" «...—— ~-- •- cheon followed by a general meeting. - colled the general meeting with 32 in attendance. She ins and it was announced that the Women's Fellowship Christmas party will be held Dec. 12. as pa . . It was also decided by the group to decorate yardsticks for the holiday sason and attach corns to them to help with church projects.. Love Group was host lor the luncheon. Mrs. Albert Taylor, president, Lake Street WSCS Meets At Church Lake Street Methodist women's Society of Christian Service met at the church last night with 16 members present. announced that Sunday, Dec. 4, is Women's Day at the church. The sunshine chairman, Mrs. George Barham, gave a report on her montRly work after which Mrs. A. G. Hall presented the worship service. She was assisted by Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, Mrs. James L. Brooks and Mrs. James Rainwater. "Informed Women Read" was the program presented by Mrs. C. L. Moore with Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Mrs. Prank Brown, Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. George Barham, Mrs. Ben . Harpole, and assisting. , . Mrs. Don Maxlield 351BUUg. Repeating of the missionary benediction dismissed the group. Fidelis Class Group slng'lng and prayer by Mrs |_| Mo of!,-,,-, Iverson Morris opened the meeting Pi US /Y\CCTiriy with Mrs. George Shanks conduct- Ing the business session. "Give a Smile" was the devotional presented by Mrs. Joe Thomas. Repeating of the Lord's Prayer in unison dismissed the group. At the Hospitals Sam Flncher, Manila Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Eddie Minyard and baby. Deli Mrs. Frances Damon, city Jimmy Arnold, city Mrs. Kenneth Byrd and baby, city Mrs. Terry Prather and baby, Capleville, Tenn. Walls HosplUl Dismissed: Ernestine McCallie, Manila Sarah Carter, city Mrs. Fannie Johnson, city Mrs. Patsy Sherrod, Rt. 1, city Fidelis Clnss of Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. J M. Bohannon Friday night With six members and one visitor, Mrs. Jame- Tulley, present. Mrs. Reba Priest led the opening prayer with Mrs. Henry Berry giving the devotional. The business session was condlictec by Mrs. Bohannon at which time plans were made for the class Christmas party. Mrs. Berry dismissed the group with prayer. rheniums. A white wrought iron arch completed. Pre-nuptial selections were played by Mrs. H. J. Welsh, who also accompanied Mrs. H. E. Reuber, so- Tlie bride's gown was a Vene creation of Chantilly lace over nylon ,ulle and net over bridal satin. The fitted bodice featured a "V" neckline of pleated tulle and scallops oi ace. Lace also formed a scalloped pep- um below the hip line, extending into the cathedral length tram oi ;he bouffant skirt of tulle and sa,in, held by a wide Dior hoop. Her veils were secured by an Eliz- abethian cap of Chantilly lace, tulle and sarin, entwined with seed pearls. Her bouquet was composed of lilly- of-the-valley and stephanotis cen- ;eredwlth a white orchid. The former Miss Lennox chose as matron oi honor. Mrs. Jimmy Johnson who wore a waltz length gown of white ripple faille, designed on princess lines and featuring a square neckline and short sleeves. A tailored velvet bow ot medium blue was secured at the back and; extended in streamers to the bottom' of the dress. She wore an Italian velvet cap fashioned (is that of the bride's ano entwined with a rope of pearls. She carried a white velvet muff to which was fastened a bouquet o! blue chrysanthemums. In frocks identical to that of the matron of honor's, were bridesmaids Miss Anne Hollenbeck. Miss Janer Stewart. Miss Peggy Baber and Miss Elizabeth Matthews, a cousin. They carried blue velvet muffs trimmed with a bouquet of white baby chrysanthemums. Servins; as best man for Mr. Kelley was his cousin, Ivan Myers ol .Maiden. Groomsmen - ushers were Howard Garrett, Robert Garrett, both ol Steele, John Harper and Jimmy Johnson, Both of Sikeston. For the reception immediately following at the Rustic Rock Inn, Mrs. Lennox received guests in an ashes of roses lace sheath dress lined with taffeta. A matching bolero covered her shoulders and she wore a feathered Imt of matching color and black accessories. Mrs, Kelley was attired in a two- piece dress of slate blue faille, complemented by an evening hat of blue sequins and black accessories. Each mother wore an orchid corsage. Baskets ot white chrysanthemums, greenery and candlelight, formed a background for the bride's table which was covered with a white madiera cloth edged in lace and centered with a four tiered cake, separated with miniature columns, decorated with white swans. Punch was served by Mrs. Gene Johnson and Miss Janet Stevens, while .Mrs. Ed Reifler of Fayette, and Miss Frances Mattingly served the wedding cake. Mrs. Walter Bizzell was in charge of the guest book. Coming Events WEDNKSDAY p, : Club meeting with Mr? Prt'st... ranks. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. R B. Siout. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Henmm Turner. Town and Country Club meeting with -Mrs. C. C. Smith. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Henry Humphrey. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs During the serving of guests. Mis Kathryue Clark played approprian selections combining the organ and piano. Mr. Kelley took his bride on a Southern honeymoon for which she wore a brown flannel suit, featuring a beige and brown checkered drape over the shoulder, matching i the collar and cuffs. Mrs. Kelley is a graduate of the gikesion High Schol with the clas.' of 1051 and attended Central College Fayete. where her sorority was Pi ; Kappa Theta. ' Mr. Kelley graduated from thej high school in Steele in 1948 and attended State College, Cape Girardeau, Trinity University. San Antonio, Tex., and the University of: Missouri. Columbia, where he re-| ceived his B. S. degree in 1952. His fraternities was Alpha Zeta. I He serve four years in the Air Force at Lackland Base. San Antonio. Tex., where he was an instructor in mathematics. Air Force history and military law. On return from their honeymoon the couple will make their home in Steele. where Mr. Klley is associated in fanning with his father and is also a member of the faculty of Steele High School. r ; CHRISTMAS COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR-Th it utn S nta LIiu lucl v S Sqime i ignm? up foi a po'tholiday- ea on )OD in N'eu \o r. Lit} Alter ill Sinti hi' to tit the jeai louncl H. .H. Houchins. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. Charles Afflict. GEO Club meting with Mrs. Johnson BlacKwell. I La Nueve Club meeting with Mrs I Ben Mac White. . | Thursday Club meeting with Mrs. j J. E. Dicks. FRIDAY Chapter N PEO meeting at home of Mrs. C. M. Smart, lor 1 p.m.) luncheon. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon ami Mrs. J. W. Adams are co-hostess Friday Club meeting with Mrs. S. E. Tune. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting Enough fashion experts have said it to make it worth listening to: no woman develops real fashion senss until she's 3a. So don't be discouraged by the mistakes you make along the way. Everyone has a couple of white elephants in the closet. Best fashion aid to any woman is the full-length mirror. Shows you how you look to others, front and back, and reveals crooked seams, slips that slip and wispy hair stray- Ing from under the back of the hat. r ADtllUri. OO1U11U1, CAU1LU1K, inicu with smart, easy to sew styles for Rea( j courier News Classified Ads GIFTS ANY MAN Can Find the RIGHT GIFT here, be it for his Wife-Mother, Daughter or Sweetheart WE GIFT WRAP 101 EMt Main St. LAVISH LIZARD Who needs money when you have taste? Not us. Not when you can get choice lizard pumpt styled at this price. You don't need a fortune to dress like an heirest. Black - Sport Rust - Grey Golden Havana Matching bags at $10.95 H1H ft. SONS j SH O E S I Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times TUBS., WED. & THURS. Double Feature _ AND — THE THE SUPREME ADVENTURE OF OUR TIME! Cartoon "Milky Waif" THEATRE On W. 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