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BLYTHEVILLE (AM.) COURIEH NEWS Norhcy iKirshner V^etis ;Guy Trisler Last Night in Church Ceremony .The ,marri»ge of Miss Nancy Klrshoer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Robert F. Kirshner, and Chief/Petty Officer Guy A Tlisler, ion of Mrs. A H Trislei of Shreveport, ~» « ** * • «^.*.» «» «j*«i v-i v^fu* V| u, X3f* i «HS QU1[, OI UM16 W001 111 La. was solemnized yesterday In ft 'shades, with a Navy blue ha*. >. pus .GhHslI, Texas, to make their home while he is stationed there With the Navy. For traveling, Mrs. Trisler wore a spring suit of blue wool, In two twilight service at First Presbyterian , church. The double rjng ceremony was performed ;»l\6o'cloclr> by the Rev. Dr. Frank G,. Smllh of Omaha, Neb, grandfather or the bride, with the, Rev. Harvey T.Kldd, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, saying tlie 'benediction'. Greenery, glowing tapers and white.gladioli .formed an effective formal setting for the wedding party. Trees of white heather and fern tails Hanked the greenery, featured with L palms. The wrought. Iro'n candelabra neic arranged across the chancel and baskets of.gladioli weie at either'_side 'of the prayer bench Clusters. 6f gladioli mailed thc family'pews "f ,»eie lighted by Mis .-—— S'Hoke, uho »Qie a [rock uf blue lace and a corsage or while gardenias, 'H?;-.T- 'Moore Jr., organist, presented a program of music with Miss jane McAdams as - vocalist. She »oie a frock of si Iyer and white lathe, with a gieen jeisey skirt, and n corsage of gardenias. Th« music included ' My Heai L At Thy £weel voice," by Saint Eaens and "Andante Canlaple" by lichalkowdty - before Miss Mc- AdaaSs^'sbtig 'Vincent Youmah'-s "Througti the Years' 1 and "Because,"- Guy D'hardelot " i "B i I d a I Chorus" —7T~-i >-f« wedding party, strains of«Berlin's-''Al»ais' acompanled the^exchange of vo»s, my Men- deKfolm's "Wi-dding 'March' was (iso<i for the recessional.' •Mrc Oscar Fenoler was matron of 'honor, and Mrs. Blan S Heath, brideitDAfd Their Identical frocks n JT e '"" plnk * lth lhe bo* 1 '" fash- ^°?. satin and the heck trim and ,i>hon puffed sleeves of tulle The bouffant tulle skirt was shii- - Tfi?>v v ca'rrjed J colonial bouquets of pink carnations and sweetheart roses and blue iris, held lii colAn- lal holder ahd tled.»ltli pink ilb- Ixjus ^The bride, given in marriage ,by ,^ .father", wore a, formal wed- dtai gown .of heavy ciream bridal sa«n^<j«*lgned -.with »a long torso "?*Sl ft ;*f!>' c h extended into a clr- Jsiyif^S Wi a sweeping train ^Stef^l^tf ,«jtb. Vjp*, i( ;SW?*lrt«k*knd ^scaffoBSTVnim- , -jsffijflW '^,— ulders she wore h"er "iu-»rs,Mf^<idjng yeil of tulle, 'rlmrted»«Kh Brus«ell' s lace and carried tH>-handkerchief used by hei maternal ^grandmother. She cameo a white Bible topoed with a white orchid and clusters Of stephanotis. Dr Ma)a L SJuOler served the bridegroom as best man Ushers were Blan S Heath, C - »_••*-•- QI \j«j/ . jmu were, exchanged. Phebean'Class Meets For Christmas Supper Phebean Sunday School class ol First Baptist Church had R Christman party and covered dish supper Thursday night at the home of Mrs. H. c. Blankenshlp. .. .— ~ D ucc j, . Thc 32 e l «!st.s exchanged Christ- Following the service, Mr and n^ik.^ , W | h ' Ch ' Wei ' c ™*&W< °» Mrs Kirshner entertamed with a ^ "f^, ««• " rs , Tlleotlore ^~ " ««'N^hTh 1 " ' lon r ^""vim n ° f8 e class ' Wils " re "i Cl NOrtll. Whpn aiiAQlc »•,.. ._ . b j G ^Blttner, Robert P Jr., and E~B Gee J , pinned a while orchid corsage at ner shoulder. Armorel High School Queens Miss Shaver Honored At Party .Saturday Members of the Delta Delta Delta Club and Double G Bridge Club were enleritili | | by Mrs. Samuel p N«wris , late Saturday afternoon when she complimented Miss Margaret Shaver, .whose marriage to Joe P. Pride Jr., will take place Dec. 28. The sherry part., was at thc Jios. less' home, which had been decorated in a forma! Yuletide theme blcnrted Wlh the weddiV motif A pair of wreaths, tied with red ribbon, hunt; ot the front door and (he recessed mantel of tho living room's fireplace was filled with greenery, among which were white ciindlcs :md shining Christinas bills, with glistening "snow" adding.;to (he arranegincnt A silver bawl of Naiidhm Iwrries on thc " ' uerwnony Alfred^ Stovail ' ll-ikv i>»» L t Alfrt.ua S'.ovall i.ell, wn.s crowned seulo,' c^een of A^ore, High and Miss Daisy fcj)iilngt,,n WIIK , ; ,- uw ,, 0 d ji mtur ql | Cen ,,„,.,„., on i.-rui ' night at the >;ehool. M | M atovali is the daughter' o i Mr. am Mrs. J. it. stov.,11 uix! Mis., Pcnnin.-Km is ihc <iau,;hter or Mr. and Mrs. M. Ji. 1'r'iinliiKloii. -.--. uvi v* i uj ji«iiuiiiii i.K?n ic3 :.living room table was flank- R«^ WM i P,.„,!,, . h miniature Christmas trees rvece 'll Uladuales le "- n "" 1 " """-^ ""' '•£• -At A.A:U:W. Tea Saturday Miss Shaver-was presented a gift' "f 3 " 1 f" 11 ^ 0 K''adimtcs were ' ° «»• •• • ..i-<- * guests of tlie American Association of n serving plate. Tills affair, the final of a number elvwi last week, followed u dinner Friday night at Hotel'Noble when Mrs. Kendall Berry and Miss-Vera Elteabclh Goodrich had Miss Shaver as s their guest.. A low bowl of white chtysanth"- mums was • the centerpiece of thy table in tlie inuln dlnhiy room The bride-elect was presented Klfts or an ornamental pitcher luirj sultu! [ilntes. Christmas Is Theme ForBible Class .Party Ladles Bible Class o r First Meth- cdiist Church met for a Christmas -program and covered <llsh supper Thursday -night at the Church: Twenty-one members and four \lsllors, Mrs. Maude Melton, 'Mrs. . s °' rtGa " skc Mi! « 'Cora Lee Colemau preseiH."' A " e " D ' th ^ p . r °8 r » ln . Mrs. Lloyd u ,ga ve a. Christmas read- ey.ied In the sang enrols KIrshnei on Highwai «i Nor th, nhen guests were members of tne wedding paitj and'other most intimate friends Gjpts «ere received by MIS Kirshner, Mr and Mrs- George Kirshner-of Kansas Citv. Mo, and Mr and Mn,^ Grant Brpwn of Highland Park, 111. George Kirshner is a brother of-Robert F Kirshner and Mrs Brown i s his The bride's mother wore n foi- mal-frock of black ciepe with a ' orsage O f gardenias -White gladioli were med to foim the centerpiece of the refreshment '•ibe. Hanked with white tapers' in siher candelabra The nedding nng-designed cake, tilled with clusters of white gladioli, was cut by Mr s. C. o. Bittner'and Mrs. Ste- C!H,i Ti ^ rst0n P res 'd e <l at the punch ™»i. Also assisting In serving were SL^'L 13 '. ^ Mrs. W H. and here Miss Maxlne Hinehey of Steclc, Mo., honscguest of Mrs. L. A. Hal- sang several Christmas selections after which the group sang carols. * " " - Frances MeHaney. Othir out of town ast . bride s r '»m went ''^t "n Shreveport. "nd from . holldays « ---—. .auu .uine About Jan:-;l, they will . other relaUv , s _ of University Women Saturday a/temoon when (hey called at tne, home of .Mrs. u. A. Lynch from a o'clock until r. for tea. Guests .were received by Mis. Lynch, Mrs. Newton WhILIs ami Mrs. O. E. CJiiellniiil^ Mrs. Qiiell- main presided nt the refreshnicnt table which was centered with u giant .red Christmas inpci- Mir- roiinded by yrroenery, pine r-ones and candle figurines The bullet was decorated with a similar r.r- rangemejit fcaturlii(f the cantlle Christmas charncters. Red tapers and greenery were used on tne mantel in the living room. After I he guests wure welcomed by Miss ,Winnle Virgil Turner they gathered Informally In lli c livini; room us strains of Chrlstiims carols could be heard from the ii- brnry. • • • Mrs. Trisler Honored At -Party Saturday Mrs. C;. E. Keck and Mrs. T'. POD Srollh complimented Mrs. Guy Trisler, the fonner Miss NaiKy Kirshner, Saturday afternoon at the Keck home with n bridge party prior to her marriage Sundnv Might. ; The guests were served a salnct course at conclusion of the briflKtt games. The dining room tntjjo' was decorated with an ,01 while! centerpiece flanked with white aiwrs in crystal holders. The bride was presented i:ilts of crystal by her hostesses Mrs., u W. Walters Jr., of Osce- oln was an out O f town euest IPI- At The lllp Iliwpital Admitted: I,. C. Richardson, Armoiel. Jim Berry Hnrdin, Hickman BCMJ. Kathoritie 'Kestcr, city. Mrs. Mall Scniijgs, city. Born to Mr. find Mrs. Floyd. McIntosh (if Manila, n sun, this itiurn-' Ing. Dismissed: • Ix>i'iilni! Films, Dell. f'hyllls Virginia. Mcilny, city. ' Mrs. Marcus Gallics und'haby' the affair. Mrs. Everett B Gee won . score during the (tames and Wrs Mni'finrcl Mnlinii Bell, wco.id. * . • • Fidelis Class Entertains .,. .„_ . ' "-"--"a v^iua-, UlllCltai M,ss Whitworth Reelected With Christmas Party President of Guild Twenty seven members of Fidclis Sunday School Class oUFirst Baptist Churi-h were entertained with at the First Methodist Church. 'Miss Frances LHtle was named vi=e-prcside;il. Mr.s. B . B. Wilson secretary, Mrs. Jack Biship. trea"-' ChvistniBs program d the business meet- Ill Buckley, guest, of thc During *"»<* .'" ing. W by Mrs. W. Thursday night Williams at her . , gues, of thc ero- \ read the child's story of the Nativity by Louise Raymond, other Kuests of the Guild were Sally Trleschmann and Mrs. Sally Hublpr. 'Mrs. 'Usrey Entertains Midweek Luncheon Club Mrs. M. O. Usrey wa s hostess Thursday lo the Midweek Culb for a Christmas Luncheon and for bridge. i Luncheon was served from the dining table draped with a lace cloth and decorated with poinsettRS. Christmas nlace cords were used to carry out the theme. •Mrs. M. A. Isaac, guest of the club, won high score and Mrs. H. II. home, 1303 West Afain, Games were played before the covered dish snppc. was served from tables decorated wilh candles and holiday greenery. Gifts arranged on the lighted tree were later exchanged am (mi ; u, c BueS [ Si ' * • Auxiliary to Have Party •American Legion Auxiliary will have their Christmas Parly tomorrow night ut 8 o'clock at the Hut Airs H. L. Johnson will be hostess to the group. city. Noel Todd. .city. . WJllliiin Yoni'iK. Dell. • Mrs. Edith Willyard. Holland, Mo' Mrs. Ruby Ellis. Hayti. Mo. Mrs. Belle Smith, stcelc, Mo. Walls Hospital Admitted: Cnrl Sims Pankey, city. Mrs.-Marion Potts, Keiser. J. I!. Lorren, Manila. Mrs. Vlda Lucrns, city. Mrs. H. H. Richardson, city. Don Hall, Cooler. Mo. Mrs. Ed Lowler, Cooler. Mo. Mrs. Otis Cox, Luxora. Mrs. Allen McRue. Luxoni. Arvin Tucker, Manila. Albert Hoskins, city. Mrs. Charley Chism. Sleclc. Mo Mrs. I*l»n Tale, Burdetto. Dismissed:. - ' Enrl E. Hawkins. Stecle. Mo. Mrs. Ella Mae Youiigbloocl. Etowah. Mrs. J,, Tl. Tierce and baby 1 Stecle. Mo. Cnrl Pankey. city. Mrs. D. w. Hulton ami baby, M-i- niln. Baxlon Gill Jr., Dell. Memphis Banlisf Hospital Ehvood Deen, city. .. 'E. J. Bryeans,- city. • .Ann Bractsher, Stecle, Mo. Mrs. C. C. Hnsmusscn, French, man's Bayou. Memphis Methodist HospiHI Mrs. Betty Phillips, city. Memphis St. Joseph ilospil.il Mrs. Ocie Nail, Hayll, Mo. [County Council Of Club Women 'Holds Meeting Mrs. George Bunch, president of the County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs, presided at the monthly council meeting Saturday nt Dogwood Club House. Mrs. IJoycl Davis gave the Christmas story for the devotional. Christmas enrols were led by Mrs. IS. A. Buge. Miss Lucille Abbott nl-.iyrd the accompaniment. Mrs. Bugg save tlie history of the song of the month, "Joy lo the World." Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration agent, showed a selection of glftsi made by the club women. These included braided rugs, stuffed toys, different kinds of dolls, crocheted mats and sc.ufs, feather comforters, crazy quills, pillows, aprons, crocheted and knitted head scarfs, crocheted sachets rind home made candles. While dinner was' served, which Included roa.st turkey and fruit pake prepared on the Dogwood Club's new electric stove, Mrs. T. H. Watson and Mrs. W. L. Smith led the group In games and stunts. A prize was offered by the council to the club that had re|»sent<il!ve.s at each regular or called meeiln.i. Ths Yarhro Club was declared the winner. This gift will bo idf>K>tui>d at til" January meeting. Tin- group welcomed Mrs. ![. C. li-w «r l.cuchvllle bauk to the cmm- cll. She wns in-e.sidenL .some ID or 12 years ago but has b»cn oul of the slate until recently. Tho Council sends a basket of' canned floods to the Crippled Cliil- dri-ns Home In LHtle Rock eudi veiir. Mrs. W. L. Swllmrl of Lcach- vlllc included In her donation a busliel and a half of paper shelled liei.-an.s which will be sent with the canned products to the Home this week. Miss -Louise Wilson, home elm-' onslniUon agent...at Osceola will lake the canned «oo<ls to the Crip- Died Children's Home as she goes to her home'in Coiiway for Christinas. The Council voted to have u : ultimo party in early January The next Cnuncll meeting will be held .u Armorcl'Jan. 25. Reception 'Honors Choir Who Presented Messiah Members of the choir wro presented "The Messiah" yesterday afternoon at First Methodist. Church were complimented with r\ reception following the progmm i,y members of First Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service. Tlie- 6« guests were 1 nerved l/oni a lace-drape<l table centered with red berries and greenery arr.iiiRCd' in a low crystal bowl. Red (tapeis I flanked the centerpiece ''and- tlie greenery extended the len--'h 01 tlie table, Mrs. James Hill Jr. presided ai the refreshment table, assisted by Mrs. Harry Klrby. Mrs. o. A . Knudsen, and Mi's. L. ;B .oldi Mrs. Hugh Whitsltt,' president of the society, received the guests Mrs. LJoyd Whittaker W1S ,' n charge or the refreshments ami Mrs. E. B. Gee was chairman oi decorations, assisted by Mrs Marcus Evrard and Mrs: Harry iiai.'ies. Cominj? Evrtiti TUESDAY Alpha Beta Chapter of Epsllon blBina Alpha will meet, Tu->s<Hy night at the home of Mrs Ca'---jn Alley at 8 .p.m. '.' WEDNESDAY Wednesday Club will b» filler tallied by Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Trie cholla cactus lias a reputation of jumping becan.se it becomes attached so easily to your clothes and person. C.B.C. Club Has Party A covered dish supper was served Friday night when the C. 13 .C. club iv.et for their Christmas 1 party nt the home oi Mrs. Cornelius Schercr with Mrs. Leon S;hcrcr serving a-s hostess. Tho. dining table was decorated with holly berries and red tapers in crystal holders. On the mantle were arranged miniature Santas and reindeers. Christmas gifts from the tree were exchanged after the supper. During the rook games Mrs. J. D. Smith won hiRh sccire. Mrs Paul Byrum. spcond and Mrs. A A Ha:rty. rooko. • • » To Entertain Eastern Star Mr. and Mrs. Gils Eberdt will entertain members of the Order of Eastern Star tomorrow night at 7 o'clock. The affair will be a covered dish supper followed by n Christmas party. don't miss the CHRISTMAS BINGO! Sponsored by Hie Ladies of the CATHOUC CHURCH Wednesday, December 1 8 LEGION HUT ' «MC« prizes ... A chance t« get your Cfcrinmai Turkey . . . BE EXPECTING YOU! Facials by Luzier "That" impression you wish tn make may Lc ruined if ynu nvc iism B the wrong shade of powder, improperly n.op.'ic.l. 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