The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 27, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 27, 1954
Page 2
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PACK TWO BLTTHEriLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWi IATURDAY NOVEMBER 27, 1954 - Society News - ie Ann Mallorv. Society Editor * r " u Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 Miss Harris, fames Enzor Exchange Vows MANILA — Little River Baptist Church near Manila was the scene at 8 o'clock Friday. October Vi, of Mr. >nd Mm. John Wall Albright-Phillips Wedding Party Honored with Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips entertained Thanksgiving evening with a rehearsal dinner in (He Mirror Room of Albert Pike Hotel in Little Rock for the Albright-Phillips wedding party. the mnrritifee of Miss Jeanettc Ml.i« Ann Albright of Little Rock* became the bride of Russell Phillips, Jr., In a ceremony performed yesterday In Little Rock. The table where the guests were seated was overlaid with a pate green cloth and centered with an antique brasB horn of plenty filled with clusters of grnpeK and fruits. These were Interspersed with brightly colored chrysanthemums. Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Farrpl Harris of Manila, and nnirnuy coioica cMiysjuHijumuinH. J nines C. Eir/.or, son of Mrs. L. Brass candelabra holding glow- 0. En/,or of Parkin and the lalCijnK tapers were placed the length Mr. Enzor. Rev. Fred Weaver officiated. Given In mnrrliiuB by her father, the brklc wore a blue contumo suit wllh blue volvelecn collar and fastened with » rhlncstone pin. She carried ft prayer book topped with a white purple throated orchid. Miss Marilyn Harris wns maid of honor wearing a Iroc:: ol pink fnllle. She curried a corsage of white cnrnallons. Charles Cronk of Earle nerved a» best man. The bride !R a graduate of Manila Illifh School where she was a member J the dramatics club and served as president of the Library Club. She was employed at the Union Planters Hank In Memphis. The brldosroom. who attended Northwest Junior College at Scna- tobla, Miss., niter graduation from Marion High School, Is employed by the Arkansas Power and Light Company at Parkin where the couple will reside. Vows Exchanged by John Wall And Miss Trieschmann Here Before an altar banked with woodwardia and stately white tapers in white wrought Iron candelabra and altar urns of yellow chrysanthemums, Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Trieschmann, yesterday became the bride of John Leonard Wall, Jr., son of Mr. ant! Mrs. John Leonard Wall of Eudora. The Rev. Harold Eggensperger, pastor of First Methodist Church, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. C. Murray Smart, organist, »nd Mrs, Harold Davis and Harry Parr, soloist, provided muslo for the ceremony. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Smart presented a program of nupliol music. Mrs. Davis' selections were "At Dawning,' and "All For You.'! During the exchange of vows, Mr. Farr sung "The Lord's Prayer." Entering the sanctuary to the strains of "Dreams," by McAmls were Miss Sally Trlcschmnnn. sister of the bride, wlio served as maid of honor. Miss Linda Trlcsch- mann, another sister of the bride, Junior bridesmaid, and Mrs. J. L. Weslbrook. Jr., and Miss Belly Ann Hiuber, bridesmaids. They wore Identical gowns of peacock blue taffeta made princess style with a V-neckllnc and tucked bodies. The waltz length skirts were worn over several, petticoats. Their headpieces were halos entwined with small pearls. Antiqued gold baskets filled with yellow mums, callalls, love apples and fall leaves and Hod with gold lame were carried by the attendants. Father Gives Drlrtc Entering to the strains of "The Wedding March," by Lohengrin. wore « gown wllh a ohantllly lace bodice over taffeta with self-covered buttons to the walsl. Her sleeves came to a point over her hands and her flngerllp veil ot Illusion fell from a hnlf-hat of beads and pearls. The waltz-length skirt of sinnll plcnts was worn over tatfetn and several petticoats. She carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums centered with a w'Mtc orchid on a white satin Bible. She wore white glasses, a gift of the groom. Robert J. Pearson served Mr. Wall us best man and groomsmen were Harold E. Mason and Robert J. Dawson of Kennclt. Harold A. Davis and J. L. Westbrook, Jr., served as ushor.1 Mrs. Trieschmann wore for her daughter's marrlngo a blue silk- shantung cuatumo suit with jeweled collar. Ilor hat wns pink with Jeweled crown. She pinned a yellow orchid at her shoulder. Mrs. J, B. Hale of Lltllr, Rock, grandmother of Ihe bride, wore a gray suit with bhlp bended trim and pinned n yellow orchid with ping throat at her shoulder. Reception (liven Immediately following the ceremony. a reception was held In Fellowship Hall of the church. The bride's table was overlaid with a white Hiilliin culwork clot Layette Shower Given for Mrs. Hopper A layette Khower was given at the home of Mrs. Roy Schuhart last night, for Mrs. Sonny Hopper. Mrs. Russell Baxter wns co-hostess. Blue and pink decorations were \ised throughout the Schulmrt home. Winners In games played during the ovenlag Were Mrs. Kathr-rlno Snoll and Mrs. Dorothy Spencer. Refreshments were served at the conclusion ot the games. Managing those lovely slok-s can be done gracufillly or you can look like the circus lady wrestling her snake. Try It In front, of a full- length mirror. A judicious clip or pin at the shoulder or nlceve may help you. Lange P TA Has Meeting At Sclwol Lange Parent-Teachers Association met Wednesday with 76 members present. Mrs.' Walter Day presided over ihe meeting and Mrs. James Carter gave the devotional. Mrs. James Roy was In charge of the program and had as her guest speaker Oeorge Ford, who spoke on "Fire and Fire Prevention." Room count went to Mrs. George Oreen and Miss Dana Dinklns, Fourth grade mothers were hostesses In the social hour. on her father's arm, the bride s u ve r candelabra flanked this ur- Late News In Two Piecers ine wedding miniature and groom. White tapers In and centered cake topped rangnment. Yellow chrysanthemums wero seen on the organ and throughout cnH'i-lalning rooms. Mrs. Jim Smolhermon presided at the guest book inul wore a blue lace gown with yellow chrysanthemum corsaljc. Those presiding at the table were Mrs. Robert Blodgutl, Mrs. James Vest, Misses Nlta Rose Hull. Donna Sue Clore and Rainona Craflon. Mrs. Jim Slockley of Mahimiw and Mrs. Paul C. Storey ol Kr-nnoVl. Those assisting were presented with corsages of yellow chrysanthemums. Following Ihe reception, Ihe couple left on n wedding trip to Little Hook. Ihe bride svraring a blue wool dross wllh black duster and accessories. She pinned the orchid from her Bible at her shoulder. Oul-of-Unvn guests wore from Kctmett. Little Rock. Althelmcr. Memphis and Nashville. Plans Christmas Party Christmas party to be held Dec. 8. During the social hour refreshments were served by Mnj. Otis of the table. Minn Albright woro (or the oc> cuslon a blue wool dress and pinned a yellow rosebud corsage at her shoulder. Quests wore members of the two dantR. r amilics nnd the wedding alien- Coming Events Monday WMU of First Baptist Church h«s season of prayer tocginnlim at 10:30 .-^ _l LJ P\ /~ I U n. in. covered-dish luncheon at 12 UOgWOOCl II U L-IUD Executive Board of Presbyterian l Church meets at 2:30 p. m. WMU of Trinity Baptist Church meets at church, 2 p. m. Mildred Matthew Circle with Mrs. Ernes! Wnlkcr, 1:30 yi. m. and Marlon Cook Circle with Miss Jnckle Blackford, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon. Mrs. Love Adams and Mrs. Mattie Eberdt on- lertainlns Past Patrons of Order of Eastern Star at the Adams Home. Politick Supper at 7 p. m. Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. Murle Lowe. 7:30 p. m. Country Club Bridge League meets. Mrs. C. E. CrlBger han Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Jnmes Vest entertains NN Bridge Club. Trl-Town club meets with Mrs. James Terry Wednesday Mrs. Herbert Graham and Mrs. MI'S, Harry Grimes, Jr., entertaining NOW Club at Graham home, 7:30 p in. Mrs. H. G. Partlow entertains Club EtelU. Wednesday Bridge Club meets \vlth Mrs. S. E. Tune. Mrs. Herman Turner Has TLE Bridge Clnb. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League meets. Mrs. lifii Mac White has Ln .\ueve Club. Mrs. (;. A. Cunningham has Midweek Club. Friday Mrs. George D. Pollock. Jr., has Friday contract Club. ntdivy Club moots with Mrs. Far- rls McCalla. Saturday Duplicate Bridge LcnRUfl meets. Bits of News John Allen Kromns who received hi« discharge from the Navy in Key West, Fla., arrived here Thursday to Join his wife and son who have been making their home with Mrs. Kromas 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Henson. Mr. and Mrs. Kromas and son will .leave next week for Waco, Tex., \yhere they will visil his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kromas. Mr. Kroinas will resume his studies at the University of Texas in Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Ft. E. Davis have returned from Columbus. Miss., where they visited their son, lulas i Davis, and family. I Mrs. Chester Lewis, who has I been a patient at Walls Hospital, is now at her home. Her condition Is reported to be satisfactory, Yeoman Harold Wayne Oann. son of Mr. and Mrs. Tollle Gann. has returned to Long Beach. Calif., where he Is stationed on the USS Kenneth Whitihg. While he visited Ills parents and brothers, John and Billy Oann, and families. Dixie Klllian. a student al the University of Arkansas, was the holiday guest ot her mother, Mrs Robert Klllian. She left today for Little Rock where she will attend a luncheon for Miss Mena Crook, a bride-elect. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blodgetl who will visit relatives there. Miss Rhonda Alice Eaton, student at Mississippi Southern College at Hattlesburg. Is visiting her Country Club Scene of Dance For High Sdwol Teen~Agm Misses Gail WhitsiU and Pat Partlow, and Eugene Still entertained teen-agers of Blytheville High School with a dance at the Country Club last night., The ball room was decorated with with brightly colored streamers and balloons. The balconies were decorated with clusters of balloons. The table from which party fods were served was overlaid Dn^wood Home Demonstration Club met Wednesday with six members present. H-B^ » u >i>.K.>*-""".a. - ^, /t , Mrs. P. B. Jarcrtt opened the mother, Mrs. C. D. Eaton. Miss meeting wllh prayer, roll call was I Eaton has ns her guests two Sig- nnswcrod' with Christmas ideas ma Sigma Sigma sorority sisters, nnd plans were made for the Misses Bettye Tucker of Hattles- burg and Peggy Jayne Wells of Jackson. The girls spent Friday al Ole Miss visiting Delores Parker and other friends. Mrs. George Clark and son, Bradley Scott, were scheduled, to be dismissed from Chickasawba Hospital today. Mrs. O. W. Pyles loll this morn- Ing for Fort Smith where she'wih visit friends for two weeks. Mrs. Harry A. Raines was to leave Chickn.sawba Hospital late today. She was admitted last night for treatment and her condition is good. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sikes of Hum- uoldt, Tenn., are the guests of Mrs J F. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Clark o! Burwell, Nebr., are the guests of Mr nnd Mrs. Leslie F. Delashmut. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black have as their guest their daughter, Mrs. T. J. Gecslin of Drew, Miss. Mr. Gecslin was here for Thanksfiiving. Mrs. Aubcry Comvay spent Thanksgiving In osccola with Mrs. Godfrey While and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard have returned tfom Shreveport, La.. Chapter D PEG Has Luncheon InLemonsHome Chapter D, PEO Sisterhood met at the home of Mrs. C. S. Lemons Wednesday for a 1 p. m. luncheon. Mrs. T. J. Mahan was co-hostess. Fall flowers were used on the luncheon table and throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs. R. A. Porter conducted the business and Mrs. Bob Logan gave the record report. Mrs: James C. Guard was in charge of the program and used ns her topic, "The sun Room." Guests of the group were Mrs. Leslie F. Delashmut and Mrs. A G. Clark of Burwell, Nebr. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Difimiasccl: Ey.ra HnmpLon, city D. Wrulc, city MI-K. John Ed Grimes, city Mrs. Dick Green, Huffman Chlcktifliiwba Hospital Dismissed: MichaPl Wntson, city Robert Miller, city Mr.s. John Lnnc nnd bflby, city .-(ni'lcy McHaffey, city W. H. 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Fall leaves surrounded the punch bowl. Hurricane lamps encircled with berries were used ort the porch of the club. Gladioli and chrysanthemum! were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Quests of the group were coilegt students home for the holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Still, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whltsitt and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow were chaperones for the evening. DWARFED — Giant chrysanthemums tower over Alao Crawford. 3, of Minneapolis, Minn., who is happy that.he'i taller than one of the flowers. More than 3500 plants, in every size and color, were on display at the chrysanthemum show. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to K1.CN at 10:10 a.m. and \ p.m.'for Riti & Rosy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program JMc>,iu.j tli'u UNHID-AJN.I PLUS CARTOON <! Sun. Mon. Tues. 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