Tuesday, February 23, 1954 SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Tuesday, February 23 Kathleen Mallory Circle o£ the First Baptist Church will meet Tpcsday February 23, at 7:30 p. m. aW'.hc home of Mrs. Horace Hub- sard, 212 East Sixteenth. Mrs. L. B. Tooley will bo hos- icss -to the Cosmopolitan Club at ler home on Tuesday night, February 23, at 7:30. Girl Scout Troop Nine will meet at the Little House in Fair Park on Tuesday, February 23, immediately after school. Hostesses will Foster and Juily Koelcv. The Whitfield Lodge will confer an Entered Apprentice Degree tonight (Tuesday.) at seven thirty. fred Butler. The honoree was presented a corsage of pink baby rattlers. Gam es were played with prizes being won by Mrs. Elbert Burke. Mrs. Johnny McRoy and Miss Vivian Ross. The honoree's gifts were presented to her in a large box decorated in pink and blue. The hostesses served iced drinks and small cakes, embossed with booties and bonnets, to the guests. Personal Mention Miss Nannctte Williams, studenf at Hendrix College, Conway. Arkansas, spent the weekend at home. She had as dinner guests Sunday evening. Miss Edna Earl Wright of Hope, Bill Elliot ot Texarkana, and Al Elder of Little Rock. Wednesday February 24 The executive board of tho Hemp stead County Cancer • Society will meet with C. V. Nunn Jr., at the Chamber of Commerce Building on Wednesday ni<;ht, February 24, at 7:30. AU members are ask- eft)to be present. Thursday February 25 Ladies or the Catholic Altar Society are sponsoring a benefit United Nations Dinner on Thursday ru'ght February 25. from six until eight, at the Parish Hall. The Public is invited. .'Thursday February 25 i Cub Scout Pack 62 meets at Gar l,!j|)d School Thursday night, Feb lAiary 25, at seven o'clock to celebrate its 44th Birthday. The monthly bridge luncheon at the Hope Country Club will be hplr! at 12:30 on Thursday, February 25. Hostesses will bo Mrs. F. D. Henri' and Mrs. R. L. Broach. Friday February 26 Girl Scout Troop Two will snnel Friday afternoon at four o'clock at Little House. Hostess will be Mrs. E. O. Wingfield, Mrs. Arch Moore. Mrs. R. L: Broach, Mrs. Claude Agoc and Mrs. Lahroy Spates attended the Colonial Tea on Monday afternoon at the Hotel Grim in Texarkana, presented by the Colonial Garden Club in celebration of its twentieth anniversary Preceding the tea the club presented Mrs. Herbert Emery of Dallas in a book review, "Dcsircc." Later the group visited Mr. and Mrs. Winston Montgomery where they were shown through an orchid greenhouse. Coming and Going Mr. and ~Mrs. Marty Filogamo and son of Arkadelphia spent the week-end with Mrs. Filogamo's parents, Mr. and 'H. T. Saunders and family. Sliirlcy Sundbcrg. Leaders arc Mis? Kay Camp and Miss Wilma DeWitt Weds Lt. George Orton The marriage of Miss Wilma DeWitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester DeWitt of Charleston, > to Lieutenant George W. Orton, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Orton of Ashdown, was solemnized at two o'clock Saturday afternoon, February 13th, in the Chapel at Camp Chaffee, Arkansas. i^auci,, ,.LU ,«.«.- The impressive double ring cere Mrs. H. H. Tippitt. mony was performed by Chaplain Edward Spence betore an altar de- The Azalea Garden Club will meet Friday. February 26, at two (J'fclock at the home of Mrs. Lamav Cox. This is an important business meeting and all members are UVR- ed to attend. Mrs. Winfred Butler Entertained "•On. Friday night, Mrs. Burl Ross Miss Beryl Pickard and Mrs. Mary Bright "entertained "with' 'a pink and' blue shower at tho home of Mrs Ross for the pleasure nf Mrs. Win- corated with tho National and Regimental colors with baskets of white gladioli and cathedral tapers A program of nuptial music was given by Calvin Mayhand, organist and Dr. William R. Orton, Jr cousin of. the groom, who sang ". Love You Truly," "Because." and the Lord's Prayer." The traditional wedding marches were used. 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