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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1960 Society, AlewA. APRON OF A YARD Jan* Shelton, Society Editor / Phon* 4461 Mrs. Lewis Is Given Shower, Going Away Party A miscellaneous shower and going away party, given last night at the R. L. Adkisson home In the Forty and Eight :communlty, honored Mrs. W A. Lewis, who Is leaving soon to make her home In Blytheville Mrs. Adkisson, Mrs C. C. Elliott, Mrs, Jack Adktsson and Mrs. N. C Patterson wcri! hostesses to 26 guests for the affair. Vases of spring blossoms were used in the rooms In which the evening was spent in game?. During the games, Mrs. Stahton Pepper was presented a prize. 'Mrs. Milton Dallas directed the social hour after which the group presented gifts to the honoree. Mrs. Lewis was also presented a corsage of tiny red rosebuds, a gift of the hostesses. t Party foods were served. i, • « • Dance af Womans Club Honors Junior High Set Cecil E. Graves, Jr., a member of the eighth grade graduating class, was honored Monday night when Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Campbell entertained with a dance at the Woman's Club in compliment to the junior high school set. vill. Miss Glend Vases filled with assorted spring Lehmon Oean. flowers were placed around the spacious room in which the evening was spent In dancing and square dancing. 'Mr. and Mrs. Pete Thomas and e j" drinks. Mrs. Don Whitney directed the square dancing. Party foods and iced drinks were served throughout the evening. Special guest for the affair was Mrs. Elizabeth Graves of Pine Bluff. grandmother of the honoree. who Is visiting here as guest of Mr. and Mrs Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Graves, Sr. • • • Sgt. Frank Jennings Weds In Hot Springs Rites STEELE, Mo., May 24. Lt. Mary Rader, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rader, Whealland, Pa., became the bride of Sgt. Frank Jennings, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jennings. Steele, Mo., in a ceremony solemnized at .St. John Catholic Church, Hot Springs, Ark. -The bride was dressed in a slipper satin dress with nylon over skirt and train. Her fingertip veil was of French Illusion, and she carried a bridal bouquet of roses and gardenias. Tjt. Sally Hardsty, Corning, Ark., was maid.of honor and was dressed in a pastel pink marnucsette over matching taffeta and carried • bouquet of Talisman roses. Sgt. William Barr, Boston, Mass., lerved as best man. Mrs. Frank Jennings, mother of the groom, wore a navy and v,-hite print and pinned a gardenia corsage at a shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings are now »t home at 115 Liberty, Hot Springs, Ark. Later they plan to go to Vis- rooms aria, Crvl., where Sgt. Jennings will spent, nit-end college. Six Candidates Receive Sorority Pledge Ritual Six prospective members of the colors. Alpha Beta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha soj-ority received pledge pins in candlelight ceremonies last night, culminating a series of rush events. Mrs. Ralph Wafler was hostess for the ritual, which was held in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Candidates receiving pins from the president. Miss Bxstonne Jiggers were, Miss Myrtle Sexton, Miss Kathleen Reed. Mrs. Calvin Hill, Miss Mary Ball. Miss Paul CovlngUm and Miss Ma.xine Lcndennie. Vases filled with yellow ro^s, the sorority flower were used to decorate the ritual table and room. Immediately following the cere mony, party foods were served. TIE, Guesls Meet; Mrs. Scrape Entertains Mrs. Henderson Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests Two guests met with members of the Tuesday Bridge Club yesterday al the home of Mrs. Doyle Henderson for the weekly dessert bridge meeting Mrs. P D. Foster and. Mis. R. L Banister were Mrs. Henderson's guests. High score for the bridge was presented to Mrs C. M. Smart, second ilgh, Mrs. Charles Crigger, Jr., and bridge, Mrs E. M. Regenold. Vases filled with snapdragons »nd roses, decorated the entertaining rooms for the occasion. Forty Five Attend Shower at Lott Home Forty-five guests gathered Monday night at the W. E. Lott, Jr.. home to present layette gifts to Mrs. Charles Stromire, Jr. Mrs. Lot anil Mrs. Charles Stromire, Sr., were hostesse-s for the affair, which was held in the flower bedecked entertaining room of the home. White carnations, a gift of the hostesses, were pinned at the shoulder of the honoree. Games were played during the evening and prizes presented to Miss Margie Be- vlll, Miss Glenda Shields, and Mrs. Assorted baby gifts were presented Mrs. Stromire from the guests, after which the hostesses served party foods of Individual cakes and frost- Dessert Bridge Fetes Group at Country Club Mrs. 5. S Patterson and daughter. Miss Vivian Patterson, entertained three tables of dessert bridge guests yesterday at the Country Club, continuing the social events honoring senior high school class members, prior to their graduation later this month. Smal! tables, centered with bud vases, filled with red and whlt« summer blossoms, were placed around the room. Spring blossoms in shaded tines completed the floral background for the occasion. High score was won by Sue Grafton and second high by Margery Hale. Canasta high was won by Maxine Hipp. Miss Donna Pledger of Birmingham, Ala., houseguest of Miss Rosemary Johnston was an out of town guest. * • • Mrs, Stimac Honored At Surprise Shower Mrs. Bill Stimac was complimented last night at a surprise layette shower given in her honor by Mrs. Earl Wilson. Mrs. Wilson was hos- ess to 21 guests for the pink and ilue party Tile honorcc's chair was marked with clusters of pale pink and blue bows. Harmonizing bouquets In thS selected colors were placed In the- rooms In which the evening was lent. In the games, prizes were presented Mrs. Joe Felhaucr, and Mrs. Russell Gaskin. Layette articles were presented Mrs. Stimac, who was also presented a gift :orsage of pink carnations, In keeping with the chosen olors. A sandw'ch plate was served by the hostess who was assisted in serving by Mrs Paul Lawrence. Study Lesson Presented WSCS Bits of News Mrs. Elizabeth Graves of Pine Bluff Is visiting here as guest of Mr. and Mrs W R. Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Graves, Sr. Mrs. B. B. Wilson and daughter, Miss Mary Emily Wilson of Memphis, were in Jonesboro Sunday for the baccalaureate services of Arkansas State College senior class of which their son and brother, John Bruce Wilson, Is a member. He will receive his degree Friday night at the. R E. Lee Wilson Hall, Jonesboro. Mrs. Wilson's brother, Tom A. Tinin of Linden, Tcnn., will accomprmy his sister to Jonesboro Friday night for the graduation exercises Mrs. Rosa Endsley Is visiting In lartliage, Tcnn., as guest of her granddaughter. Mrs. L. S. Solan and Dr. Solan. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Whistle. Mr. and Mrs. R. G Edwards. Mrs. Mavis Sfttlemire and Clem Whistle, Jr., will leave Friday for Hendersonvllle N. O. to attend the high school graduation of Annette Whistle from Fasslfern school. The services will ae held Sunday and Monday in Hendersonville Miss Whistle will accompany the group to Blythevllle Monday. Mrs. H. C. Cope of Senath, Mo is visiting in Dell as guest of her daughter. MVs Charles Kennett and family Miss Vivian Tipps of Slkeston, Is guest of her sister. Mrs. Russell Henley and family for several days. Miss Tipps Is en-route to her home after a week's visit In Sheffield. Ala. with friends. Mr. and Mrs T. o. Huey and son, Ronnie, are snentling today In Memphis where they went especially to attend the Roy Rogers,' Dale Evans show. Llndu Lou Cullum Is able to return to school today after having been 111 at her home following rm operation, which she underwent In April. She was dismissed Monday from the Blytheville Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lewis are spending today In Memphis. Boyce Moore is spending several days In Roswell. N. M., where he Is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Moore, who are ill. Theodore W. Baxter of Blytheville. chief machinist's mate, USN, is presently serving aboard the de- ^strover USS Dyew which is operating in the Mediterranean. By Sue Burnett This week's ABC Special features s. practical, easy »o sew apron that can be made from o'*e yard of colorful fabric in th * smaller sixes. Work basket scarps will furnish the gay perforated pattern in sizes 3-J, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 36, 1 Don't miss the Spring and Summer FASHION. This latest Issue is colorful. Informative, — a complete pattern magazine. Fabric news, shion tips, a wealth of smart frocks to sew for summer are all Included For this pattern, send 25 cents. n COINS, your name, address, size eslred, and the PATTERN NUM- 3EE to Sue Burnett, courier News, 30 South Veils Street, Chicago 7, Send 25 cents now for the Spring nd Summer FASHION. 48 pages new styles, fabric news, specia Candlelight Ritual Is Conducted By Honor Society Candlelight ceremonies for members-elect of the Blylheville High School Chapter of the National Honor Society were held Monday night In services at the Home Economics Cottage at the high school. Nancy Shlvley, president, conducted the pledging. Vivian Patterson, present*! the candidate for membership atid performed the candlelight ritual. Senior members accepted for membership were, Patty Bartholomew. Allan Berry, Robert Crafton, Nancy Damon, Betty Ann Harb«r L Maxlne Hipp. Sue Hooper, Patsy Pope and Louise Sullivan. Juniors presented as candidates were Charles Belknap, Ben Borowsky, Mom Gaines. Ruth Hale. Dick Reid. Murray Smart and John Wilks. After the candlelight ritual, W. rj Toinmey, principal of the higl school, spoke concerning. "Alms and Origin of the Society." He also presented the membership pins uftei which Mi.ss Efne I.ee Terrell, voca. tlonal education director, discusse< the symbols of the society and le< the group in Joint pledging. Miss Rosa Hardy, high schoo supervisor, chose as her topic "Principals and Responsibilities ri Natofnal Honor Society Member' ship." She concluded the ritual with the presentation of pins. National Honor members speak ing and their sublects were. Shirle' King. "Character": Margery Hale "Scholarship." Marv Jo F,ftU>n "Leadership" and Vivian Taylor "Service." The National Honor Society Is a high school organization for th purpose of recognizing outstanding scholarship abilities. CHOW DOWN—Stretching tor lhat next bile of breakfast are these three baby robins, wbuse home is a nesl on the bedroom window sill in ihe home of Gerome Celico, of Cleveland, Oiiio. Mis. Robin doesn't know it. but her choice of a nomesite has prevented the Celicos from opening the window or putting up a screen. Not uniil the babies are (lying size will they be evicted. Mrr Helen Sanders, Mrs. James Tidwell and Mrs. Alton Griffin entertained members of the Del] WSCS Monday night at the church for a study lesson meeting. Mrs. R B. Crawford save the devotional after which Miss Ann McDermott. accompanied by Miss Ella Mac Dixon. presented a vocal solo. Another in the series of lessons from the book. "We. The People ot Ecunumenicfll Church" was Baptist Circles Meet for Study Circles One through Five of the -Eirst Baptist Church met Monday rjvfternoon in homes of the members for mission study lessons. Mrs, Joe K. Waddy was hostess to eight members of Circle One Mrs. C. E. Wilson and Mrs. Victoria Gilbert offered prayers during the afternoon with Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., teaching the study lesson. Mrs C. M. Smart presided. Nine members of Circle Two mel at the home of Mrs. R. A. Copeland with Mrs. C. S. Lemons opening the meeting with nraycr! Mrs Ebb Car.son and Mrs. Kendall Ber ry led the group In prayer. Mrs Lemons taught the lesson wltl Mrs. Berry presiding. Circle Three with 15 member present, met at the home of Mrs Harold Davis. Mrs. Claude Rowlam Annual Aqri Day Observed by FFA The annual Agri Day of the local - high school chapter of Future Farmers of America was held Monday at the school with the day's activities being opened with a baseball game between the first and second year students. The second year students won 22-9. bolt, Joe Bynum. Blbby Crews, Oli- In initiation services, Fred Abbott, Joe Byrum, Bobby Crews, Oliver Coppedge, Harold Daniels. Carl Ethridge, Johnny Halsell, Jlmmle calurcs. Free pattern printed Inide the book. Coming Events Social Calendar Wilson, Thursday Art:., kindergarten pre- <;ents spring play, "Sleeping Beauty" at 1:15 in Wilson Theatre. JPhebean Sunday School Class ot First Baptist Church meets at home. Of Mrs. Burks Barker, 425 B. Ken- ucky at 8 p.m. : Dorcas Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church bas business and social hour at the home of .Mrs. Andrew Conley. Hermondale. Mo., at 1:30 p.m All women will meet at the church and transportation will be provided. Junior High Commencement Exercises at 3:30 p.m. at the High School Gymnasium. Mrs. Grover Wren of Osceola will entertain Thursday Rook Club with I o'clock luncheon, Mrs. F. E. Scott will entertain the Double Four Bridge Club. Mrs. Marvin Kunn will entertain Octette Club. Mtd-Week Club meets with Mrs. W. L. Homer. Haynes, Dan Harrison. Hirum Henion, MoiHroe Holland, Charles Hoover. I\!p,ene Lipiord, Bobby McFarland. Clyde Morris, Fred Mul- llns, Stanley Nelson. Waelon Powell. Charles Ritch. Dan shea, James Simms, Pat Smotbermon, Jerry Sykes. Morris Telford, Jackson Touchstone. Ben Young and Ronald Godwin were Initiated. A hayride honored the group after which they were guests for a movie at the Star-Vne theatre. In a business session, the following officers for the 1950-51 school term were named: president. Bob Berry, vice president, John Horn- nurgh; secretary. Mack Koonce: treasurer, Bob Garner; reporter. Billy Bert Mayo; and sentinel, Robert Harrison. Mack Koonce, 20 Attend HD Club Meeting Mrs. Forrest Moore opened the monthly meeting of the Txme Oak. Home Demonstration Club yesterday with the display of a tufted rug. Mrs. Glen Alexander was nostess to the 19 members and one guest, Mrs. Essie Davis, who met at her home in the Lone Oak community- Mrs. Jack Robertson presented the devotional, followed by the poem, 1 The Ncw Home." given by Mrs. Alexander. "Home Freezers and Electric Ranges" was discussed by MLss Elizabeth Moss. Mrs. Moore conducted a business session followed by the meeting adjournment. In the social hour. Mrs. Alexander served her guests a dessert course. Bob Berry and Thomas Holder were nimed delegates to the national FFA convention to be held In Jonesboro May 29-30-31. They win be accompanied by their instructor. Freeman Robinson. Guest Attends Circle Meeting Mrs. Nell Gordon was guest last . „ . nisht with ei -° ht members of the 20th Contury Club meets at Hut. mvc circle Thr( , e of Calvary B 8:30 p.m. HosUs and hostesses wi« tlst Church, when Mrs. Hubert PoU- Play Presented Huffman WMU The play; "The Radio in Mission," was presented by members o: the Huffman WMU Monday after noon at the weekly meeting of thf grcup at the church. Group singing opened the meet ing after which Mrs. Penny Walke gave the ilbvolional. Characters participating in th play were, Mrs. Milton Dallas, Mrs Jack Adkisson, Mrs. Ruby Finne> Mrs. Rex Hughes and Mrs. R,. I Adktsson. Mrs. Dallas closed the meetin; with prayer. be: Mr. and Mrs. VJtho Barnes, Mr. grove was hostess to the group at and Mrs. Dick J. White Mr. and | her home „„ Vjne Mrs. Blan Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oldhnrn. Thursday Contract Club will meet with Mrs. F. B, Joyncr. and Mrs. Ted King led prayers. (Thursday Club. The mission study lesson was taught by Mrs. E. H. McClure. Mrs. J. A. Leech will entertain taught by Mrs. R. Greenway. Mrs. Charles Kennett, Mrs. R. G Edwards, Mrs. Ttdwell, Mrs. Mavis decorated the Jerry Scr.ipe home [ , last evening for the weekly meet- j , ing of the TLE Clnb. Three guests, I Mrs. W. J. Cupples. Mrs. John : ri t|"'prwr' FioMc -nva VT..* nu.,,1,,, .^ a,^t '. |J'' 1 }'-'. 'the n.ectins Fields and Mrs Charles A Hidings., ' Mrs Vr.'o. Cope of Senath, Mo. met with the group. A dessert course was -erved after which bridge was played with Mrs. Ridings winning high score. Second high was presented Mrs Otto Scrape and bridge. Mrs. Fields. housegncst of her daughter, Mrs. Kennett and family, and Mrs. E M. Woodward were guests for the meeting. The hostesses served a dessert course. Are Termites Ruining Your Property? Government statistics say lhat Termite damage was second only to fire in (he United Staves. We \v\ll make an inspection and give you an estimate, if needed, williotil cost. Our work is licensed by the Arkan-' sas Stale Plant Hoard—we have 12 years of experience to guarantee you satisfaction. • FREE INSPECTION • SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. H, C. ntunkenship t,. J. '/.cller .10n Kast Kentucky Phone 2:if>0 or 357!) Ten members and one guest of Circle Four met at the home of Mrs. R. W. Wcotcn. Group repeating of the watchword and prayer opened the meeting. Mrs. Albert Enderlin icd in prayer after which Mrs. C. W. Aftllck rend a sermon. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon closed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. C. E. Edds was hostt=s to Circle Five with ten members present. Prayers were led by Mrs. M. W. Lewis .and Mrs. E. C. Brown. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. Tom W. Jackson with Mrs. W. Marion Williams lending the study les- At the conclusion of each meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess. ^ Mrs, Lee Powell opened the meeting with prayer followed by group singing and repeating of the watchword. Mrs. Polsgrove, circle chairman. presided over a business session after which Mrs. Howard Caldweil, Mrs. Doyle Henderson hostess to ! Program chairman, opened the program with the discussion, "Courage and Faith." Mrs. Gordon closed the program Friday Club. Mrs. Oscar Fendler entertaining Scntor High Commencement Ex- 1 *; tth the tallc "^^V »"<» Chrta- — - - - - | lion Living." I Mrs. Herman May dismissed the i me cting with prayer, i A salad course with iced drinks i was served by the hostess. Luncheon Meet Is Postponed The covered dish luncheon sched uled to be held by members of th Woman's Club Friday at the clu has been postponed. Members will be notified of tl next club meeting dale. ercises at Haley Stadium at 8 p.m. At The Hospitals Blylheville Hospital Dismissed: Baby Owens, City Michael Ashley. City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. P. C. Alcxnncler. ilaytl Mrs. B. G. Hall and baby. Hoi- combe Mrs. Bcrty Trumblc and baby, Cits- Mrs. VV. O. Campbell. Dell You'll Love Our Flowers! Blytheville FLOWER MART Memphis Hiwaj Phone 6002 're-School Group "o Present Play The play, "Sleeping Beauty" wi e presented by members of th /ilson. Ark., kindergarten at th nuial spring play ot the group t e presented Thursday night at th 'ilson Theatre. The play, In which all charac ers will be portrayed by pre-schoo :iildren, will begin at 7:15. hiropodisti Agrt* orns Predict Weather WASHINGTON—(ff)—Your corn* ay sometimes b« »ble to tell you hat the weather will be if you now how to Interpret the message* icy give you, according to the Na- onal Association of Chiropodists. "You don't have to b« superstl- ous to believe that your feet feel itferent before' a change In wea- her," said Dr. William J. Stlckel, xecutlve secretary of the assocla- ,on. "There Is a scientific baslx for t. One of the factors In weathfr orecasttng Is atmospheric pressuribr' measured by the rise and fall of the mercury in a barometer. When th» ormal air pressure surrounding he body changes, It disturbs any lalnful area, such as a toe with a orn on it In a tight shoe," .obbyists Are Regulated n Thirty-fight States CHICAGO — (IP}— Lobbyists now are regulated In 38 states. This was >rought out in a survey for the 1950-51 Book of the States, published by the Council of State Governments. The study showed: "Twenty-nine states provided for ;he registration of all compensated .cgislatlve agents and counsels. In line others, regulatory laws are irnitcd to improper lobbying practices. Seventeen of the states requiring registration also require Hint lobbyist file statements of expenses paid, incurred or promised in connection with promotion of legislation." All states have laws In force against offering or receiving bribe*. Irritation of Externally Cauuel PIMPLES To gently cleanse broken out akin, then soothe itchy irritation, and so aid healing—use time '.adio Made for Mines een at New Orleans NEW YORK— VPt— Miners woul arry radio transmitters to te escuers where they weretrappe n a radio set-up devised by Jam L. McNiven of New Orleans. He .n electrical engineer with the US Coast Guard. Tile miner would stick metallic irobes into the ceiling of the mine, ie would speak into a radio transmitter, and the signals would be carried to a receiver at the surface, batteries of the type supplying )ower for a miners' head lamp would be strong enough to allow lira to broadcast. McNiven said. 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