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April 3, 1959

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLYTHKVILU (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, S, 1MW — Society News - Mia* Milli* Ann Mallory, Society Editor BRIDE- ELECT — Miss Jane White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry White of Chickasha, Okla., is the bride-elect of Lt. Donald Gentry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gentry of Blythevtlle. A June wedding is planned. Miss White Bride-Elect Of Lt. Gentry Mr. and Mrs. Henry White of Chlckasaha, Okla., announce the engagement of their daughter, Jane, to Lt. Donald Gentry, son of Mr. and Mrs'. Hugh Gentry of Blytheville. Vows will be excnanged on June 30 in Monterey, Calif. Miss White attended University of Oklahoma where she was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta, social sorority, and Alpha Lamnda Delta, honorary sorority for freshmen women. The bride-elect attended Monterey Peninsula College and is now a student at Oklahoma College for Women. Lieutenant Gentry graduated from Blytheville High School where he was a Ictlerrnan on both the football and basketball teams and a member of Red Razzoo. He received his bachelor of arts degree in business administration from University of Arkansas where he was a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity. The groom-elect is now stationed with the Army at Fort Ord, Calif. Coming Events SATURDAY University Dance Club meeting at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m..Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bracey, Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith. Sweepstakes Winner Is Mrs. Wbitsitt Garden Department of Blytheville Woman's Club held its annual daffodil and horticulture' show yesterday at the clubhouse. Theme for the show was 'Daffodils on parade," with six judging divisions. Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt was sweep- stakers winner with her monochromatic arrangmeent of "In The Pink." Winning in the "Arrangers Choice" were Mrs. D. C. Pafford, Mrs. Hay Hall and Mrs. Charles' Ray Newcomb. Mrs. Lee Stiles, Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Pafford placed In the arrangement in which urns, vases or compotes were 1 used. Silhouette division winners were Mrs. Stiles and Mrs. Newcomb. Mrs. Whitsitt won first in th« "In The Pink," with s«c6nd place g<y- ing to Mrs. Stiles: Mrs. Newcomb won honorable mention. "In The Green," winners were' Mrs. Pafford, Mrs. E. H. Trammell, Mrs. Stiles and Mrs. Newcomb. Miniature division winners vere Mrs. Trammell, Mrs. Stiles and Mrs. Hall. Jonquil specimens and horticultural exhibits were also on display. Mrs. Stiles was chairmen of the show with Mrs. J. V. Gates having charge of the specimens. Mrs. W. C. Colston returned Tuesday from a visit with relatives in Mississippi. Mn. J. Louis Cherry left this morning for a visit with relatives in Little Rock. Mrs. Alex Shelby is in Memphis where she was called due to the sudden death of her mother, Mrs. Lucille Foster, at her home on 1903 Young Avenue last night. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. ' • ' Lt. and Mrs. J. C. Droke, Jr. and children left Wednesday for New York following a visit here with his mother, Mrs,- Mary Droke, and sister, Mary Jane. Lieutenant Droke will leave on April 6 for overseas assignment in Germany and his family will join him there later. Wheeler Gracey, who has been visiting hit parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Gracey, for,two weeks, left yesterday morning for further Hostesses Entertained At Drop-In Mrs. Willis Harris 'and daughter Miss Nancy Harris entertained yesterday with a drop-in for hostesses who have honored Miss Harris, bride-elect of Jan Rayder, with pre-nuptlal events. Party foods were served from a table overlaid with a red cloth. Milk glass appointments were used with redbud and Jonquils being used to form the centerpiece. Iced drinks studded an ice-filled milk glass punch bowl which was encircled by flowering peach and jonquils. Princess Slimming Army training at Fort Jackson, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. James Barksdale have returned from Big Stone Gap, Va., where they were called Easter due to the death of Mrs. Barksdale's brother-in-law, R. L. Bruton, who died suddenly at his home there. Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0. Elkins, Jr. and children Teresa and Lynn of Little Rock were holiday guests of his mother, Mrs. 0. 0. Elkins. Mrs. Mae Auten has returned from Memphis where she visited her daughter, Mrs. E. C. Barnes, Mr. Barnes and children for sev eral days. Mrs. Barnes ts the former Miss Ann Auten. Mr. and-Mrs. Harry Patton of Greenwood,' Miss., are house: guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin. They are former Blytheville residents. Mrs. Roy Womhle and son Mike, who have been residing in Memphis, have arrived here to make their home with Mrs. Womble's father, Mike Meroney. , Miss Pat Speck, student at Mississippi Southern College) was featured in the annual Laiiria May Dance Festival held Wednesday at the. college. In the legendary story of "Billy The Kid," Miss Speck danced the-role of Billy. Mrs. Pleas Yarbro underwent surgery this morning at Chickasawba Hospital. She ii in Room B-I. Lutherans To Observe Mission Week Lutheran Mission Week will be observed by First Lutheran Church of Blytheville, April 5-9, with special worship services at the church' being conducted each evening at 8 o'clock. The Rev. Conrad E. Sbderstrom, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Foley, Ala,, will be guest speaker. The Rev. Robert L. Huelse is pastor. Organist for (he sreviccs will Mrs. Huelse v Held simultaneously in conjunction with 29 congregations of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod in Arkansas and West Tennessee, this series of services is known as "Preaching - Teaching - Reaching Mission." Basic purpose of this mission is to acquaint the community with the teachings of the Lutheran Church and to provide a week of practical training in Christian witnessing for members of the church. For the children there will be special object•lesson talks each evening by the guest speaker. Young people and adults will be given, each evening, a list of questions most frequenlly asked about the Bible, the Christian religion and the Lutheran Church. The reaching feature of the mission will be carried out by trained lay visitors. The Ladies Guild has arranged to provide supper for these lay visitors on Monday through Thursday evenings. Members of the committee making plans for the "Preaching- Teach ing-Reach ing" Mission Week are Billy Richard, lay visitation chairman; Harold Knop, prayer chairman; Fred DeCuir, children and youth chairman, and Marion Erwin, publicity and promotion chairman. Thursday Card Clubs Entertained Mrs. J. Louis Cherry entertained Mid-Week Club with a luncheon at her horn* yesterday. Jonquils were used in floral arrangements. Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham won in the afternoon's bridge garnet, Thursday Contract Club held its luncheon-meeting in the home: of Mrs. Chester Caldwell where spring flowers were used to decorate. Guests were Mrs. H, W. Wylie. Mrs. toy Welch and Mrs. Sam uel F. Norris. Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen won high score and Mrs. P. D. Foster second. Mrs. • Helen Jones and Mrs Ralph Todd were guests when Tee Cee Club played in the horn of Mrs. Leo Sullivan. Game winners were Mrs. Hay Spradley, Mrs. H. C. Weathers Jr. and Mrs. W. C. Cooper. At the Hospitals WytkeviUe HasfMal Dismissed: Frank Harnish, city Chkkasawfca Hoafttal Dismissed: • . , Mrs. Billy Joe Bedroll, Steele Deborah Harshman, Tomato Mrs. Jesse L. Walker,' city Denny Veach, Manila Wall* Hospital )i£missed: Claud* Pierce, Manila Richard Pierce, Manila Mrs. Larry Jackson, Manila Mrs. Jack Allen, Hornersvilla Mary Button, city Mrs. Kenneth Smith**, city Mrs. Billy Branch, Cooler. Temple Israel Service Tonight A Sabbath Ev».8atvta» : wHt fcr conducted by Dr. D«vta 8ch6a» barger. rabU «f Tmpte brad. tonight at t o'clock. The topic of hit Maroon will b* "fl* Validity at Spaaek M*. A social' hour will follow t larvie*. Guest* art wateana. dividual table* for the dessart- bridge. High scores were won by Mrs. Vernon Strickland and Mrs. Copeland with Mrs. Beva Darby winning bridge. , Chillion Club met with Mrr Birdie Lane. Game winners were Mrs. 0. 0. Elkins, Miss Rosa SchuneriUch and Mrs. L*ndenn!» Fowler. Del I Supper Club Meets Dell lupper CtuV h«U tta monthly party last night at Anur- lean Legion Hut Spring flbwsri wara uaatl te profusion far ft* occasion wha* Mr. and Mrs. Earl BwwWat, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Stovall, Jr. and Mr.' Mrs. H. G. Fartlow, Jr. w*t« hosts. D-B!y Club played at the Razorback with Mrs. M. J. Koehler as hostess and Mrs. W. S. Johnston, as guest. Mrs. S. T. Jennings and Mrs. Bernard Jaggers won high scores with bridgo being won by Mrs. Byron Moore. E-W Bridge Club was entertained at the Rustic Inn by Mrs. Earl Copeland. Spring flowers were used on in- The hostesses were assisted in serving by the groom-elect's mother, Mrs. J. W. Rayder, and his sister, Miss Linda Rayder. Spring flowers were used in profusion when Mrs. E. B. Gee en- :ertained Thursday Club with a luncheon at her home. 'AV '"IV «isan3 atjg D. Chamblin and her houseguest Mrs. Harry Patton of Greenwood, Miss. Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. J. E. Dicks won high scores. Canvas Kibitzer Club played in the home of Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Jr. High scores went to Mrs.. Johnnie White and Mrs. Rube Carson. Read Courier News Classifieds REGoodrich Smileaoe/ toes Forthe Entire Family Hostess were Mrs. George Lee and Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer. Fathers Guest of Troop 112 PICK YOUR TIRE-PICK YOUR PRICE B.F.Goodrich NYLON TIRE Brownie Troop 112 invited their fathers to a box supper last night at the Girl Scout Little House. They entertained with group singing following the supper. Elbert Johnson gavt the invocation. Troop leaders are Mrs. Jack Hunt and Mrs. Harley Henson. Steele Lodge Host For Meeting Steele Rebekah Lodge was host (or a two-slate meeting last night. Lodges represented were Ely- theville Lodge 18, Caruthersville and Hayti. Following the covered-dish dinner, western music provided entertainment. S t e « le won the attendance plaque. Mrs. Womack Hostess to Armorel HOC Mrs. Alice Womack was hostess to Armorel- Home Demonstration Club for its monthly ~ luncheon- meeting yesterday. Mrs. Harvey Parrish presided over the meetnig and also read a poem. The eye-opener was a display of African violets grown by the hostess. Mrs. C. C. Elliott discussed household furnishings. 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