The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1951 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 12, 1951
Page 4
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PAGE FOU71 Jane Shelton, Society Editor BLYTHErTLLE (ARK.) COURIER WKltlMDAY, BRl 1CMBM M, MM Phone 4461 Miss Hook Reveals Wedding Party Plans MIsR Sarah Adelle Hook. ctaugh- ter of Mrs, John Hugh Hook of OsceoJa today announced plans for her marriage La Horace E. Moore, Jr. Mr, Moore Is the son of Mr. and Mr,s. Horace E. Moore of Memphis. Sept. 22 is the date chosen for the ceremony to be jierformcd at the Presbyterian Church In Cfcccola %-ilh the Rev, Roiibert S. Hough, of th£ First Presbyterian Church of Memphis of( id all ng. Mis. Donald Werl/, organist and Miss Joan Laney, vocalist, will pro- sent the program of nuptial music. The bride will be given in marriage by her twin brcther, Capt- Edward A. Hook of Memphis and has chosen as her maid of honor. Miss Elizabeth Moore, sister of the bridegroom. Two matrons of honor will be Mrs, Edward A. Hcok of Memphis and Mrs, J. H. Hook, Jr., of Osceola. Bridesmflids will be Miss Betty Ann Whitworth and Mi.iA Agnes Ward of Osceola. Mary Dilliard ami Martha Dillard will -serve as junior .brJd?5ti)a)d5. Becky Quinn and Susan Mallock will attend as (lower girls. C. Franklin Sanders, Jr., will serve as ringbearer. * S*im Moore of Memphis, brother of the bridegroom will serve as best man. Ushers will be Capt. Rchert N. Johnson 'of Blythcville. Walker Stockley, Harry Prest, LI. Robert P. Armistead of Memphis and John H. Hook of Osceola. A reception at the bride's home will follow the ceremony, • • • Mrs. Peierson Hostess To Y. M. Birthday Club A pink »nd white color combination predominated in tbe decorations o! the home of Mrs. Tollie Peterson last night when she wa-s hostess to members or the Y. M. Birthday club for the monthly supper party. Mrs. Clayton Holder was honorce for the event. White •linen overlaid the table from which supper was served. with pale pink blooms forming the central design. The white cake with Its vivid pink trim was cut and served following dlnnef. In a social hour following Ihe •vening was spent Informally by the club and guests. Mrs. Clyde O'Neal, Mrs. Henry Mahnn, Mrs. Orvil Garrett and Mrs. Shedd Bevill during which a group gift was presented Mrs. Holder. * * • Dessert Canasta Follow* Jayceettes Meeting : Asters and dahlias filled low bowk set about, the Phillip Applehaum home on N. Highway 61 last night for the dessert cananasta party honoring members of the Jayccettees following the monthly meeting. Seated at small tables for the I games, Mrs. Ray Johnson and Mrc. • Carl Marshall led the scores for the' 10 members attending. Preceding the games, plans for the Cotton Ball were discussed with Oct. 9 being announced ag the date for the next meeting. Strawberries, ice cream and cake was served by the hostess. Miss Janie Lee Lewis' Engaaement To Wylie A. Tare, Jr., Is Tofd Layette Gifts Given To Mrs. F. Coats Assorted layette gilts were showered upon Mrs. Frank Coals last night by the 25 guests attending the party given in her honor at the T. N. Johnson home. Mrs. Herbert Julian was co-hostess for the pink and blue party. The entertaining rooms in which the guests were seated for the party games were marked wllli bowls of pastel shaded blooms. A dessert course was served by the hostesses alter the honorce had displayed her gifts. * * • Al The Hospitals Rlylticrillff HosptlM Dismissed: Vcrna Casey. City, Elizabeth Marlm, City. Mrs. Vera Pack .Cannhcrsville Mrs. J. W/Neal. Cooter. Mr. and Mrs. fiuff Lewis of Manila today announced Die engagement of their daughter. Miss Janie LOG Lewis W> Wylic A. Talc, Jr., son of Mr, and Mr.s. Wylie A. Tat* o! Ijuxora. LCM'ls Wei graduated from Luxora High School snd has been attending Draughon's Business College in Memphis for the past few monttrs. Also an alumnus of Luxora Ilifcb School. Mr, Talc bt now employed in Blyihcville, A Sept. 23 marriage is planned. Jackie Frazicr Mas Party for 1 7 Guests A party Saturday afternoon at the htmu- of her grandmother, Mr.s, R. Chaffin. marked the fifth birthday I of Jackie f-'rftzier. i Seventeen little girls were Invited for an afternoon of piuty games in which Alaync Fraxier and Ma- ijclle McHae vwe prize winners. Balloons were suspended from the ceilings of the entertaining rooms. Knelt '.va.s presented bubble gum favors. Mrs. Charles Frazicr. mother of the hotmrep, was assisted in scrv- T" n b ' w ing birthday cake and ice cream by] ' '-' ' 'd_iu V^ITCiS Mrs. O. B. Frazicr, Jr.. Mrs. Worth | M, S . Hubert PolsBrove was re- Holder, Mrs. O. K. Chaffin. Mr.s. ! named chairman of Oirele Three of L. B. Parks and Mrs. ClinfTin. | the Biishicss Womens Circle of Calvary B;i[>tlst, Church last night al j a business session of the group con- j ducted at the home of Mrs. Lehmd j j Hodge. -Mrs. KUen Conley and Mrs. | A. J. Rhoades met as new members with tile seven members attending, j Frank Pierce will heart the soph- Prayci by Mrs. Rhoades followed | Frank Pierce Heads Class omore cla.^s of Durdette High School for 1051-52, He was named president of the group Monday in an election held at the school. Serving with him will be, Mary Tycr, vice president; Billy Lutes, secretary; Emma Perkins, treasurer; and Mary Bob Bingham, reporter. Composing the Social Committee Is Harold Quails, Annie Crook and Deborah Stan field. Refreshment committee members are Billy Garner, Leatha Nash and Peggy Barnet t. Mrs. Elbert Johnson Is class spon- by group singing preceded the business session in which officers were named. Others to serve are Mr.s. Hodge, vice president; Mrs. c. S. Birmingham, program chairman; MM Herman Mays, social chairman; Mrs. Don Aycock, secretary and tieasurer: and Lucinda Cole, mission study, A devotional by MM. Birmingham preceded the .sentence prayers which adjourned (he session. Mrs. Hodge served party foods and iced drinks iti the social hour following. Baptist Groups Meet for Program The program, "Dixie Jackson Offering for State Missions" was given Monday night /or members and guests of Calvary Baptist Circles Three and Four and the. Young Womens Association, who met at the church. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove opened the session for the 18 members with prayer. Program participants were Mrs. Herman May, Mrs. Don Aycock. Mrs. Jim Garner. Miss Bonnie Webb, Miss Jean Norman and Miss Luclnda Cole. Prayer by Mrs. P. H. Jernigan closed the meeting. Betty Mull ins Joins Class Belly Muillns met .is a new member of the IS-year-nld girls' group of the First Baptist Church last i night when six members gathered j at the home of cla.vj teacher Mrs W. W. Mitchell. 'Hie evening's business wns led by Eieverly Jones, president, wilh Virginia Whatley presenting the devotional. Mrs, Mltcholl served refreshments 1 (n the social hour following. Winners Named In Weekly Game Mrs. Russell Phillip.^ and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin. Mr.s. E. B. Woodson and Mrs. Matt Monnshan tied For first place honors iast ui.Bht in Ihe weekly eame ot the Country j Club duplicate Bririjje Leasur. ! Thud place honor;: in the 7:IS [ p in. same went to Mr. and Mi> I Harry W. Hainc.s. U. 8. Branson Is now at his home on West Main alter having been » patient at Memphis Methodist Hospital for two weeks. Mrs. C. W. Afflick and daughter, Mrs. Robert Harllgan and son, Bill and Mrs. c. w. Afflick. Jr., and daughter, Carter of Stecle left this morning for Hartford. Conn., and Danville, Va. Mrs. Afflick. St.. will accompany her daughter, Mrs. Har- tlgan and son to their home In Hartford, Mr.s. Afflick. Jr.. and daughter will remain in Danville for a visit as guests of Mrs. Afflick's parents, Mr. nnd Mr.s. John Boat- wri«lu. Miss Betty Lee N'icks of New Orleans is the houseguest of her sister. Mrs. Prank J. Canston and Mr. Camton. Mrs. H. H. Russell of East Prarie, Mo,, and Mrs. j. w. Melton of Anls- ton, Mo., [eft ycsterdaj' morning for their homes after having been the guest of their sister, Mrs. John Walden for several days. Another sister, Mrs. Berna Jenkins of Chicago is remaining until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor motored their daughter, Miss Melba Pryor, to Memphis lust nieht where she left by train for Gulfport, Miss., to begin her freshman studies at Gulf- park College. They were accompanied to Memphis by Miss Annclla Humphreys. Miss Ruth Male, .Miss Jane Wilson nnd Miss Barbara Ann Smith. Mr.s. J. E. Farris and daughter, Mrs. Billy Barger returned Monday from a six weeks visit in California. They visited Hernando Beach and Burbank as guests of Mrs. Reo Thornton and family and Charles Fan-Is ,.and family. They were accompanied to California by Patricia Thornton, who had been visiting here. Mrs. J. T. Hipp us a patient at Memphis Baptist Hospital where she recently underwent surgery. Her condition Is reported as satisfactory. Mrs. Ethel Blackard and family have as their houseguests, Mrs. Blackard's sister, ^f^s. Darrell Caudill and Mr. Caudill of St. Louis. Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., and daughter, Nancy Carol, were removed to their home on Adams yesterday from Memphis Methodist Hospital. Mrs. B. a. Gill of Dell has as her houseguest her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ray Gill and son, Ray Allen of Memphis. Mrs. C. R. Branson and daugh- Senior High PTA Has First Session; Executive Board Members Named Members of the Executive Board of the senior high school Parent Teacher* Association were named ycjslerilny at the initial session conducted at 2:30 p.m. at the school. Named by PTA president, Mrs, O, W. CoppcdKe were, Miss Luna'WIl- helni, parliamentarian; Miss Rosa Hardy, assistant supervisor and W. D. Tommcy, principal, faculty ad- vhors; Mrs. Hugh Whitsilt. Junior high school liaison representative; j Mrs. Joe Ferguson, program chair- I man; Mrs. Matt Monagtian, congress publications; Mrs, John Ty- I rone and Mrs. Coatjy Eaton, PTA magazine; Mrs. Je« Horner, Mrs. W. R. Hays, Mrs. J. W. Rayder, Mrs. Aubrey Boyd. Mrs. W. E. Wallace and MLss Ina Ellis, hospitality; Mrs. {Catherine Green, procedures and by-laws; Mrs. Buford Young, publicity; Mrs. Earl Buckley, finance and budget; Mrs. Bert Mayo, Miss Cecil Cassldy, Miss Flosa Hardy and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, membership; Mrs. Aubrey ! Boyd, school lunch; Mrs. Fred ; Bean, Mrs, Otho smnfield, Mrs. John Lane, Mrs. O. O, Hardaway, homeroom; Mrs. Kendall Berry, study grcup; Mrs. Sam Oxem, citizenship and committee co-operation; Mrs. Ray Hall, teen-age activities; Mrs. B R. Hays, ways and means; Mrs. Buford Young, Pounder's Day; Mr's. Victor Slilwcll, health and Mrs. J. W. Rayder, recreation. In the 3 p.m. general meeting following, the afternoon's devotional was given by Mr.s. Wilson Henry followed by tile president's message presented by Mrs. Matt Monaghan. The by-laws of the group were amended to incorporate room representatives into the Executive Hoard. A membership drive was launched by Mrs. W. B. Mayo with the group voting a S5 prize to the room with 100 per cent membership of j mothers, with an additional $5 prize for 100 per cent membership of fathers. A S2.50 prize was voted for the room attaining 50 per cent membership of fathers, Mrs. Joe Ferguson, program ter, Lynn of Denver City. Tex., are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. U. S, Branson, Miss Jeanne Campbell was motored to Memphis last night by her- I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Camp' bell where she left by train for Oulf- park College, Oulfport, Miss., to begin her freshman studies. chairman spoke of the obligations and functions of the PTA, she discussed "musts and must-nots" for the group and especially emphasized the obligation of the group to support legislation »nd school taxes to enable the school board u> function properly in providing necesiary materials. Mrs. TJoppedge announced that the October «esslon would be » "buddy meeting," with each member bringing » friend. An informal party for which the PTA was hostess honoring faculty members immediately followed with room re present a UVH acting a.v co- hostess e». Garden Club Has Session at Church He still ind Know That I Am God that Given All Beautiful Flowers" was the opening thought, given by Mrs. W. J. Rodgers last night at the monthly meeting of the East Side Garden Club, whicll convenes at Lake Street Methodist Church. Mrs. W. 3. Johnston, Mrs. C. M. Gray and Mrs. H. G. Vance were guests for the session, with Mrs. B. E. Busby being Introduced ae a new member In the business session, Mrs C. T. Shamlln spoke, on fall planting of bulbs followed by an address on digging and storing bulbs by Mrs. B. A. Bugg. Mrs. Bugs also gave tips on flower arranging for entry in the county fair. In the flower judging, Mrs. Iverson Morris took first, place and Mrs. Lacey Gordon, second. Prayer by Mrs. Morri» closed Ihe meeting. Al Fresco Party Honors Choir An al fresco steak supper at the West Main street home of Drs. Carl and Edn» Mies last night honored 26 members and guests of the choir of the First Baptist Church Immediately following the meal a prayer for the revival beginning Sept. 16 was conducted. The closing portion at the meet- Ing was devoted to a business session led by choir president, Miss Minnie Foster in which plans for the new ELssociational year were discussed. Mrs. Harold Davis serves as choi. director. Love Group Meets in Home The Love Group of the Christian Womens Fellowship of the First Christian Church last night met at (he home of Miss Jessie Srite with Mrs. Frank Whitworth co-hostess to the IS members and one guest Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. Repenting of the Lord's prayer preceded Ihe business session conducted by Mrs. Freeman Robinson. The program portion was under the direction of Mrs. John Burnett who selected as her subject, "A Treasure Hunt." She was assisted by Mrs. Cecil Lowe. Mrs. Hadley Hays. Mrs. Ben Henderson and Mrs. Harry Bradley. Mrs. J. D. Davis presented the devotional and following the benediction a social hour was held in which secret pal gifts were exchanged and refreshments served. Comino Events Social Calendar Thusrday Phebean Class of First Baptist Church has 7:30 pot luck supper meeting at the church UDC has 12:30 luncheon meeting at Razorback. Mrs. G. O. Poetz. Mrs. Marcus Evrard, Mrs, J. D. Barksdale. Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons. Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Mrs. Charles W. Alford. hostesses. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Neville Blakemore hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Burdette PTA has 7:30 p.m. meeting at Burdette School.. Mary Martha Class of First Baptist Church has 6:30 steak fry at Service Program Given at Del I "Progress Through Stewardship- was the Royal Service program presented for the JO member* in« guesti of the Dell Baptist Women's Missionary union Monday night when Mrs. c. A . Smith wa« hostess at her home. Prayer by Miss Joyce Gill pr»ceded the evening's devotional given by Miss Martha Crocker. Participants- en the service program were Mrs. Curtis Downs, j r Mrs. Walter Dyer. Mrs. W. L. Bori en, Mrs. M. R. Griffin and Mrs Jo King. Miss Sue McDonald was introduced as. a new member and Mrs. Robert Edwards as * guest. The session was olosed with sentence prayer*. Mrs, Smith served refreshment*. the home of Dr. Edna NIw. Friday Junior Service Auxiliary Fashion Show, 3:30 and S p.m. at Hotel Noble. Miss Dorothy Whittle becomet the bride of Eric Lloyd Ray at Number Nine Baptist Church at I p.m. Saturday Miss Mary Jo Eaton, James Denis Jefferies exchange nuptial vows at First; Baptist at 4 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League playj «t Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Cctillion Club has 9 p.m. dance at Hotel Noble Mirror Room. Host* and hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones. Mr. an* Mrs. John Lane and Mr. and Mr«. Crawford McClue. nnouncemenl With Pleasure We Announce that GEORGE MUIR, Jr. Is Now Associated with Our Shop Lucille Wilsnn The FLOWER SHOP Glencoe Hotel Building double fun for youngsters in ... and doubt* lovlngi for par«nti. 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