fr *#**— Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 BRIDE-ELECT — Miss Sheila Ashabrariner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ashabranner of Manila, and Larry Glenn Bourland, also of Manila, will be married June 5 in First Methodist Church. June Wedding Is Planned By Miss Sheila Ashabranner Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Asha-1 as cheerleader for two years branner of Manila announce the engagement and approaching marriage of fiieir daughter, Sheila, to Larry Glenn Bourland, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bourland, also of Manila. The bride-elect is a senior at Manila High School where she is a member of Student Council, Beta Club and also served Jaycette Scholarship Winner Told Announcement was made of this year's recipient of the Blytheville Jaycette Scholarship of $100 when Jaycettes met Thursday evening in the clubroom. This year's scholarship will be awarded to Miss Nancy Poole daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C.-Poole. Alternate is Miss Shirley Calvin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Calvin. Mrs. Ray Gill, hospital chairman, reported that toys will be delivered to children in the hospitals for Memorial Day. The installation banquet set for May 28 was discussed andj Gosnell Home Economics De- Mrs. Gill was appointed to serve I partment will presenl a fashion as installing officer. I show tonight in the Gosnell High School cafeteria beginning at She was a delegate to the Junior Miss Arkansas pageant and to Girls State. Miss Ashabranner will represent Manila at the Cotton Carnival in Memphis. She also attended Kie Youth Seminar during its tour of Washington and New York. The prospective groom was graduated from Manila High School where he was valedictorian of his class and served as president of the Student Council. He is presently enrolled at the University of Mississippi where he is majoring in chemistry and math. He is a member of Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Eta Sigma honorary fraternities. Last year, he received the Taylor Medal at the University for his accomplishments in chemistry. The couple plan to be mar- Graduate Is Honored A senior at Blylheville High School, Miss Janna Todd, was honored Saturday afternoon at a tea given at Blytheville Country Club by Mrs. Randolph Ballowe of Memphis. Approximately 50 members of the graduating class called during the afternoon. Miss Todd is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Todd. The serving table, overlaid with an ecru outwork cloKi, held a centerpiece of Dutch iris and yellow roses flanked by yellow tapers in silver candelabra. Mrs. James Tully presided at the silver punch bowl. Guests Attend Luncheon Meet Newcomers' Club members, dressed in costumes dating GRADUATE- Mary Virginia Kerner will graduate from Methodist School of Nursing in Memphis on June 9. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kerner of Dell. AL Auxiliary Holds Meeting Mrs. Dennis Carmon presided Quu lau , clvale UM alult . Mlelve5 at the regular meeting of Amer- f hat costs ]ittle money Se | ect Bride's First 'Dinner' a Worry By Ailcen Snoddy Newspaper Enterprise Assn. NEW YORK - (NEA) -.. . Beauty - on - a - budget is a practical byword of young brides when it comes to table settings. Especially important is the bride's first dinner party. This may be for hei husband's parents or relatives whom the young bride wants to impress or reassure. Some in fact, never relax when it is time to entertain in-laws. However, the purpose of this report io not to add hot mustard to <i simmering family stew. It is to aid a young bride in approaching such an event eagerly and with confidence. Taste and imagination come first in such a situation. These qualities overwhelm dime store cups and saucers many dress their tables with in the first years of marriage. Fortunately for all young married couples today, there is an attractive, colorful selection of glassware and tableware on store shelves ican Legion Auxiliary last night at the Little Hut. After the Pledge of Allegiance was led by Miss Brenda Ferguson, Mrs. KaUievine Mullins back 75 years, carried out the! led the group in the Preamble, heme of "'Gay Nineties" at | „ A report was niade by Mrs. heir luncheon at the Holiday nn Friday afternoon. Guests welcomed by Mrs. foiin Kersnick, president, were ilrs. Eugene Hopper, Mrs. Marus Morrow, Mrs. Clint Holcomb Mrs. Robert Graham, Mrs. rtary Watson and Mrs. E. 0. Grooms. Announcement was made that coffee will be held May 11 for lewcomers attending the meet- ng- Mrs. ommittee will have charge of Tony Wyatt and her the float representing the club in the centennial parade. Mrs. Bill Tomme was appointed ways and means chairman. Door prizes were awarded to Mrs. B. F.. Shelton, Mrs. Bill Patterson, Mrs. John, Burnett, Mrs. Walter Jenkins, Mrs. Clint ! Holcomb, Mrs. George Sctiwidt, Mrs. Cletus Barlow, Mrs. C. M. Anderson and Mrs. Jim White. After the business meeting, the group enjoyed a musical program presented by the Strings for Fun Ensemble com- Carmon on the TB series held last week at the Drummer Boy. Brenda Ferguson gave a short report on the Junior Auxiliary Convention in Little Rock Friday. Mrs. Earl McGregor announced plans for the annual Girls State tea to be held in the hospitality room of First National Bank on Sunday, June 5. Mrs. Carmon told the group of the fifth district conference held in West, Memphis, May 1. Plans for Memorial Day poppy sales were discussed. New members welcomed at the meeting were Susi Robinson, Cindy Dillahunty, Susan Grigsby, Emalyn Sims, Sheila Baguley; Melinda Guard, Geneva Chand ler and Mary Lee Robinson, junior members; Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mrs. Ethel Burks, Mrs. Peggy Sims, Mrs. George Dillahunty and Mrs. Mary Sue Robinson, Auxiliary members. them with care for display and utility. Set properly on a table with complementary napkins and a floral arrangement or candles, inexpensive items are as pleasing as any setting Tifany's might offer. Any table takes or, a distinc- parents or close relatives and A bride's first dinner party needs simple table setting. If an inexperienced cook, an casy-to-prepare menu is in order. Table setting here combines the newlyweds' sterling silver with inexpensive tableware. Polka-dotted napkins and glassware co-ordinate. sterling, usually the gift of her (ion when set with the bride's friends. Solid silver has the au- complcte set of sterling foi eight. When gift budgets ar« limited the shrewd bride culs down on the nunibor of piccen in a place setting — from six la four. The four • piece place setting is the most basic and includes a place knife and fork, salad fork and teaspoon. Add to this through the years. Don't be afraid to pair sterling place settings with inexpensive mugs and place mats. If you have good crystal and linen, fine. In either case, how it is used keys the total appeal «f a dinner table setting. Patricia Kroh makes this a strong point in her book on contemporary table settings. Sh» points out that the most expensive crysal, silver and china mean nothing when a woman gets carried away with a theme. Keep the setting simple, items balanced according to the tabli shape and the size, Also limit the number of colors and designs. For example, too many objects of contrasting color break up a basically good table design. If in doubt on the proper way to set a .table, visit the local library and browse through books on etiquette and parties. A functional setting without too many accessories or free- lowing plans will make a big thority of the genuine that Is impression on the guests. The unmistakable. Some lucky brides next step is t» please their may start married life with a plates. Miss Spencer Say Vows To Miss Patricia Ann Spencer and Danny Lee Shelton will be married May 20 in Calvary Baptist Church. Announcement of the engagement was made today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Spencer, Jr., of Blytheville. Mr. Shelton Mr. and Mrs. is the son of W. H. Shelton, also of Blytheville. They are seniors at Blytheville High School. Coming Events Tuesday Beta Sigma Phi City Council meets with Mrs. Leland Riddell. Homemakers EH Club will meet. 2101st Comunications Squad- on Wives will meet at the Service Club at 7:30 p.m. AMM Squadron Wives wil ried June 5 at 3 o'clock in First j ed ot Mrs _ w j Wunder- Methodist Church in Manila. Fashion Show Is Tonight Final plans were made concerning the Little Miss Blytheville and Little Mr. Jaycee President contest which will be •held Thursday evening In the Blytheville High School auditorium. •- Judges for the contest will include Robert E. Morgan, president of the CaruSiersvllle Chamber of Commerce; Talmadge Lynn, president of the "Caruthersville Jaycees, and Miss Kay Burns, a former Cotton Picking Contest Queen and the former Miss Missouri. Admission for the event will be 50 cents for students and $1 for adults. The group voted on a project to be taken to the Jaycee convention and Mrs. Buell Carter was appointed chairman. Door prize was won by Mrs. GilL Hostess was Mrs. Curtis Corder. Ten members and a guest, Mrs. Earl Smith, attended. 7:30. Students will be modeling their original creations. Advisor is Mrs. Pegy Hall. Various musical selections will also be featured during the showing by ths Gosnell GirU' Ensemble. Admission Is 35 cents for students and 50 cento for adults. lich, Mrs. P. E. Wood, Mrs. John Burnett and Mrs. Byron Moore. A specialty number was presented by Mrs. John Kersnick The June meeting will be a luncheon at the Drummer Boy Restaurant. NEWS OF THE Variety Dance Is Saturday Variety Club wffl hold KR monthly dance Saturday evening | at 9 o'clock in th« South f Room of Hotel Noble. Members are asked to dress in keeping with the "Gay Nineties," theme in observance of Biythevile's centennial celebration. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Barney Cpzart and Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Scherer. MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA ••*••••»•••••••••••••• Last Timt Today DACHSHUND" "THE UGLY PLUS "WINNIE THE POOH" WED. & THURS. WAS Drive-In Theatre OSCEOLA 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 •iiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiimiiiitmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin' Girl Scout Troop 85 met at Founder's Park Friday afternoon to complete work on its "My Community" badge. A requirement of the badge Is to visit * historical place. J. W. Adams and Mrs. Allen Bush met with the group and discussed BIytheville's early history. Th« girls were dressed for the occasion in keeping wihV BIytheville's centennial celebration. Mrs. L. L. Wells is troop lead-1 Lake Street WCSC Installs New Officers Woman's Society of Christian ter Judy, Mrs. J. M] Williams, Service of Lake Street Metho- •!'••, and daughter Alice, and iBinlllllHIl ............ Illllfi Bits of News! mostly perionaf | Mrs. John Caudill and daugh- dist Church held a regular meeting last night at the church with 20 members attending. Mrs. 0. J. Rodgers opened the meeting with prayer. New officers tor the coming year were installed by Mrs. E. H. Hall. Mrs. Kenneth Poff, program leader, presented the program, "Dreams and Reality." Others participating were Mrs J. M. Besharse, Jr., Mrs. King, Mrs. A. A. Hickerson and Mrs. George Shanks. Mrs. Poff also conducted a pledge service after which Mrs. Joe Thomas closed with prayer. Hostesses during the s o c i a 1 hour were Mrs. C. M. Baxter and Mrs. A. A. Hardy. Refreshments were served iable decorated centerpiece. Miss Tetley Receives Plaque Miss Wendy Tetley was grad- Mrs. C. W. Afflick, Jr., and meet for a coffee at 7:30 p.m. at the Service Club. Yarbro EH Club will meet at the clubhouse. Blytheville Junior Auxiliary will 'hold a regular meeting in the First National Bank community room at 9:30 a.m. Business and Professional Women's Club will hold dinner meeting at 7 p.m. Eastern Star Chapter 279, Order ot Eastern Star will meet j at the Masonic Temple at 8 p.m . Armoreletles Extension Home makers Club will meet. NCO Wives Club will meet for cards day at 1 p.m. at the Officers Wives Club will hold luncheon at 12:30. Pathfinders Class of First daughter Carter were a m o n e I Methodist Church win llave cov - thosp frnm Rlvfhaviii. ,K™J ered dish supper at 7 p.m. a t those from ing the opera, , sented by the Metropolitan Op- attend-7Y CU ,i "Faust," pre- '^church. era at the auditorium in Memphis last night. uated with fop honors Saturday from a Beauty Workshop sponsored by Seventeen Magazine. Girls from all over the Mid- south attended' the workshop which was held at Goldsmiths for the past six weeks. Miss Tetley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. King Tetley, received a plaque for her work during the course. Wednesday Post 481 will meet at the Army Reserve Training Center at 7 p.m. Kiwanis Club will meet at Goff Hotel at 12:30. Clear Lake Baptist WMU will meet. Chapter D, PEO, will meet with Mrs. Jack Hale. Co-hostess will be Mrs. William Lawshe. Armorel Woman's Missionary Union will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Nazarene Foreign Mission Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Dell First Baptist WMU will meet. Dell Parent Teacher Association will meet in the school cafeteria at 3 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 105 will meet 3t 7:20 at First Baptist Church. Thursday Lutheran Women's Missionary League of Christian Growth will meet in the educational building at 1:30 o'clock for a business meeting. Club 28 will meet at Blyte- ville Country Club. Family services coffee will be held al 1:30 p.m. at Kingsley Hall. Free nursery is provided. Golden Age Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Blylheville Jaycettes will meet in the Jaycee Cub room. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry Eat, talk, laugh or sneeze without fear of Insecure false teeth dropping, slipping or wobbling. FASTEETH hotels plates firmer and more comfortably. This pleasant powder has no tummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Doesn't cause naiiuea. It's alUulIne (non-acid). Checks "plute odor" (denture breath i. Get FASTEETH at drug counters e very w hem. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED Al SECUPm £LASa MAIL BLYfHEVlLLE. 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