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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Nuptial Vows To Be Exchanged This Month Miss Josn Barkemey&r will become the bride of Minor Lilly, It was announced today by the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Barkemeyer of Rector. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lilly of Promised Land. The bride-plect was graduated from Rector High School and attended Draughon's Business College in Memphis. She is now cm- ployed at Arkansas-Missouri Power Company. • Mr. Lilly is a graduate of Blytheville High School and Drauehon'F Business College in Memphis. He Ls associated with Liberty Cash. The nuptial vows will be exchanged May 25. Miss Joan Barkemeytr Layette Shower Given In Home Mrs. Billy W. Kennedy was honored at a layette shower Friday night at the home of Mrs. James Kennedy, with Mrs. Joe Carney serving as co-hostess. Approximately 31 people were present to shower Mrs. Kennedy. The evening was spent in informal emerlainment and games. The table from which party foods ^•ere served was covered with a lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of spring blooms, predominantly roses. Flox and snow- halls Interspersed with greenery were used In the living room. A dessert course was served. Bits of News 1 {'lastl /-^crMinal Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Keith, and daughters, Joan and Mrs. Done Deen, and son, Danny, were .in Memphis yesterday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Garner. . Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahrm were visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dickens of Mann, Mo., yesterday. They were accompanied 'from Hayti by her sister, Mrs. Les- jer Bailey, Mr. Bailey, daughter, ^and Miss Carol Bishop. . Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith announce the birth of their first •child. May 3 at Walls Hospital, May Breakfast ' Honors Seniors At Noble Hotel Martha Nichols and Rupert M. Craftan were honored guests when the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church entertained with the annual May Breakfast. Friday at 7 a.m .in the Colonial Room at Hotel Noble. Miss Nichols is the daughter of Mr. and ;Mrs. Ralph Nichols and Mr. Crafton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton. Both will rraduate from high school this year. Miss Nichols from Blytheville, High School and Mr. Crafton from Columbia Military Academy. A red and while color scheme was carried out, with miniature red caps marking places of guests. Rev. James Rainwater gave the inrocation and a talk. Mrs. Rupert Orafton served as mistress of ceremonies and Miss Nichols gave the response. Each senior was introduced, and other seniors present who '.vere not members of (he Christian Church were Jane Wilson. Rosemary Monaghan. Sally Trirschmnnn. Ni!a Rose Hall, Doris Bean, Donna Sue Gore, Joe Walls of Columhia. and Joe Sanderson of Decatnr. Ala., who Ls also a student at Columbia and was the guest, of the Craftons. Mrs. .R. t,. Dedman and daugh- er. Jean. Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Mrs. J: C. Ellis Sr.. were in charge of arrangements and decorations. MONDAY, MAT B, 19M WILSON NEWS She has .•Young. Duplicate Bridge Ends In Tie For Second The Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League played a five-table How- ford, Term, ell movement in the Hotel Noble Saturday night. Top honors went, to Mrs. P. D. Foster and Mrs. F. W. Whitner. Tteing for second were Mrs. C. W. Afflict: and Mrg. Jim Roleson, and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin. been named Allana Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass had as their week end guests Mr. and :Mrs. Woodrow Glass of Charleston, Mo., and J. C. Black of Mun- Coming Events Monrlay 8 prp—Wesleyan Guild meets et Church. St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Woman's Auxiliary h a s 8 p.m. meeting it parish house. Business Women's Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. John Brown In the Assembly Room of Chickasaw Courts. Tuesday Mrs. Jim Rieh' -...tertalns LaPe- tlte Club. CV-" ... y Club Duplicate Bridge I_«ague meets at Club. Tuesday Bridge Club entertained by Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Miss Alma Cain Is hostess to Ep- Eilon Sigma Alpha at her home. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Campbell returned from Hot Springs, yesterday, whore they hafl spent 10 days. Condition of Mrs. Frank Luns ford who suffered a stroke last week is improved. She is now receiving visitors. Dr. Orlte Parkei and family are m Memphis. Dr. Parker is attending the Tennessee State Dental Convention. They plan to return on Wednesday. Morion Linsey of Yarbro let I yesterday afternoon for San Diego Naval Training Center. He will be in the navy four years. * R. C. Allen, son of Mrs. R. C Allen, returned to Vanderbilt early today. He and his guest, Larry Bisel, also a student a) Vanderbill arrived in Blythevilie Wednesday and were accompanist to University of Arkansas by D o n Smart, where they attended Gae hale Festivities, Mr. nnd Mrs. Freeman Jernigan and son, of Jackson, Miss., are the guests of their parents, the Rev nnd Mrs. P. H. Jernigan and Mr and Mrs. F. B. Joyner. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. McHane> announce the birth of their first child, n pon, Saturday at Walls Ho?pita!. Mr.s. McHaney is the former Install Officers New officers were installed at the Wilson Cooperative Club's final meeting of the club year Thursday afternoon at the club house. Mrs. Phillip B. McRae carried out the program theme in her talk on "Gardens," Plants were exchanger). Large pink and white peonies were dominant throughout (he club house with over 200 blooms used in ATTENDED TEA—The Zpfa Chapter of DoHa Kappa Gamma yesterday honored the future teachers and retired (eachr-rs with a tea pi>;on in the home of Mrs. Otii Sheppard on Kentucky. Avenue, Earnestine Holt, (extreme right* who has served Future Teachers ol America chapter here as vice president this year, received in the absence of Fruma mrowsky, president. Others Oeft to right,) are Bcftty Anne Mullins, vice president for next yrar; Patsy Weaver, secretary for next year: and Bonnie Nell McCormick who will serve as president of FTA. Gwendolyn-Rhoads, who Is not shown, will serve as treasurer. (Courier News 1'holo) " noon for games. of Mr. and Mrs. Bo\ven, is a member of the choir. Mrs. Cullom Hostess Mrs. Joe Cullom. Jr., entertained her bridge club Wednesday after- dessert preceding the Mrs. o. L. Waddell played, with the members. Mrs. Ctlllom won hi'ih and Mrs. Waridell was second. ^"d roses aiid liiios-of-the-val were placed at intervals In the entertaining rooms. Party snacks nnd Cnkes were served later In the afternoon Mrs. Woodruff Hat Club Mrs. Ralph Woodruff was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday. Dessert and coflee were served and all members ivere present for Armorel HD Club Meets .n Edmonson Home A morning meeting and potluck luncheon, was held by the Armorel Home Demonstration Friday, in thl home of Mrs. W. E. Edmunson. Twelve members were present. Mrs. W. McCann opened the meeting with a devotional and Mrs. W. If, Smith led in prayer. Mrs. N. Zeta Chapter Honors FTA and Retired Teachers In (he home nf Mrs. Otis Sheppard yesterday, the Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma was host to retired teachers of Mississippi County and the Future Toarlv'.s of America from Blytheville High OSCEOLA NEWS By Bdtye Nelle Starr School. The FTA h a s recently , Clinic for Crippled tg.irile Hurt. Miss Bettv Ohcrlid Occoln's second crippled chil- Miss Jennie Dean, Miss Rose Mane. I dren's clinic was held Thursday at! Holstein. Miss Clara May Frcd- the Baptist Church. | rick, Mrs. Alice Peterson and from Fifty-six rhilrlrrn were examined. '_ hB hcnlth unit. In Marion. Miss The children nnd their parents decorating. They were furnished and arranged by Mrs. W. J. DenUm. An old-fashioned punch bowl filled with pink peonies formed a centerpiece for the tea table, that was draped with an Italian cutwork linen cloth. Mrs. N. B. Ellis, Jr., presented the retiring president. Mrs. J. D, Rankin with a footed sliver dlBh from her officers and commutes chairman, Mrs, Rankin, In turn, presented her officers with gifts. Hostesses were Mrs. Maury Humphreys. Mrs. D. D. Cash, Mrs. Raymond Cotner. Mrs. Ed Williams, Mrs. Jerry Cullom. Mrs. W. J. Denton. Mrs. Don Fletcher, Mrs, R. H. Jones and Mrs. C. J. Lo w ance, Jr. Officers installed were Mrs. C. E. Leftwlch. president; Mrs. Elstner D. Beall. vice-president; Mrs. Albert secretary, Mrs. James treasurer. and Mrs. the nflmioon of brkice. Garden flou crs wore used throughout Mrs. Woodruff's home. High score went to Mrs. John Binford White and f-eronrl high to Mrs. Dane Frrmis. Mrs, Williams H.mir Mrs. A. F. William* is home after .Fpendlnp a week with her son. Dr. Alfred Willifims, and lAthnm. 111. Mrs. Williams, .Jr., motored Mrs. WiUinms hack to Osceola and rc- were seated in the church's recrcn- new officers who arc Bonnie Nell McCormick. president; Betty Anne Mullins, vice president 1 pntFy! tlon room anrl etched television Weaver, secretary; and Gwendolyn I on a . sct donated by Swift, F\irni- Rhoads, treasurer. Ernestine Holt vice president for the past year, was in the receiving line in the absence of Fruma Borowsky, president. In a selling of red and gold, sorority colors. Mrs. Sheppard. Miss Heilt, and Mrs, Lillian Frank, president of the sorority, received ap- C. Patterson gave reports to the j proximateiy 00 guests.- with Miss "'"'" I Mary Hublcr presiding at the tea Mrs. Sam Handly presided over! table. the business session and Mrs. T. W. Mitchell and Mrs. Gertrude B. Hclimf\n gave demonstrations. Mrs. McCann won door prize and Mrs. Edmunson closed with prayer. Bridge lournament Will Be Held The Blytheville Country Club Duplicate Bridge League will be host Floral decorations In the livinz room were mixed bouquets nf pur- IP". pie and white dutch iris lntcrspcrs-1 Every child was given s basket nf toy5 and candy made by Mrs. Tommy Florida, The money for the bajkeks came From, donations of local citizens. Two-hundred baskets were distributed to give other children in families where afflicted children live. Lunch was served the families at norm. Lrica! volunteers who were • ou duly .ill day were Mrs. A. X.'Bow- Ann Cope-land and Mrs, Kinnrrt at the re? 15tor; Mrs. Clara Thomey and Miss Thelma PoM.s. Mrs, County ed with foliage. The tea table-, which i Georgia Flelchnr and Mrs. May was overlaid in a white lace cloth, wasccntered by a brass howl, on which was ihfi sorority insipnin. It was filled with the sorority flower, red roses entwined with greenery. Flanking each side of the bouquet. Young were in eh arse of the lunches; Mrs, Vir Mann, Mrs. C. M, Hnrton and Mrs. D. V. Mnloch ivcr in charge nf the kitchen. Dan Reid was transportation chairman. - AssiFMnc the doctors were brass candelabra holdinc " crp - - Sam W111 ' ams i Mrs - bnrning rrd tapers. On one pnd was a large-crystal punch howl find chib for a bruise tournament to be i the other were large crystal dishes held at (he Country Club Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. All dupli cafe clubs nijd other players are invited to romp. On Wednesday evening, ,1 buffet .supper will be served. - Mrs. Presfon Goff entertains YM. Miss Betty Woodson. daughter of Birthday Club- Wednesday Daughters of American Colonists have 11 a.m. luncheon meeting nt Noble hotel. Mrs. Marvin Nunn entertains •Town and County Club. Mrs. Harold Nunn, is hostess to GIB. Wednesday Club meets with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, Mrs. Otto Scrape entertains Club Eigth. Thursday Mrs- H. H. Houchins entertains Mid-Weefc Club. f Thursday Club has a meetin? at • the home of Mrs. B. F. Kirshner. ; Mrs. O. W. McCutrhen is hostess ! to Thursday Contract Club. ; LaNueve meets with Mrs, R. E. j Green. \ Mrs. Jane Carson is hostess to! Kibitzer. Friday Past Matrons and Patrons have meeting at the Masonic Temple. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sizma Phi has 2:30 p.m. installation service at Barney Crook home. Saturday Annual Mother's Day Luncheon will be helrl at the Rustic Inn at 12:30 p,m for Alpha Delta Chapter of Bet-a Sicma Phi. Mr. and Mr?. E. B. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Payne of Memphis were here Saturday tn be with his mother. Mrs. Etta Payne, who is a patient a( Blythevilte Hospital because of a broken arm which she suffered Thursday. Mrs. Payne's condition now Ls improved and it was expected that she will be dismissed today from the hospital. Mrs. Louis T. Satiba of Toledo. O., Is the guest of Mrs. G. G Saliba and family. She also wiV visit other relatives while here. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow William? and sons. Bnrry Joe and Dannie of Benton, II]., were week enc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alexander. Jr., and daughter, Mary Van. Mr. and Mrs- Jim Roleson hac as their end guests Mr. anc Mrs. J. B. Roleson rrf Jonesboro, J. D. Via. Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison. daughter Peggy, and erand- son Danny O'Bannon were in Halls Tenn,, yesterday as the cues 1 5 o Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Ferrell and Mr and Mrs. J. M. Via. Open 6:30 p.m. — Show Slarts at Dusk 2 Shows Every Nighl! of hors d'ouvrfs. Providing piano selections during the afternoon were Mrs. Orin Green, Miss Ann MrDon.pl ri, and Mrs. R. A. Ecrryman. The tea is a n a nniia 1 affair t n 'introduce new teachers and future teachers. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. W. Ba^wtll. City Mrs. B. H. Alforci. Rt S Mrs. Thermon Tinker and baby, Cits- Mrs. Paul Adams nnd baby. Hcr- than Woinhars. Mrs- S. D. Carpenter. 'Mrs. ,1. B ^trickling,. Mrs. R. C. Bryan nnd Mr.s Harry Matlock. Mrs Jossr GlsFfne nnd Mrs. Wade t^iirin distributed the baskets. Mrs. Wivt Sired and Mrs. R. D. Mr-nr.t hnn" charee of the records mid Mrs. .inrk Uxzill^ and Mrs. Joe Huphcs", both rrzisi fieri nurses, were professional assistants to the docirn's. Osccnla riortors were on duty at, intervals durinc the day. Dr. John T. G ra v of Joueshoro, who was med'caf director of tne Crippled Anabel Fill, Mir^ir>5ipnl Health Nurse, Miss Clara Ambrose.and Mrs. Virginia Robin- 1 son, all from Blythevilie, were also on hand. . ( Also assisting were Mrs. Harriet Canada, Mrs. Tlielma Lane, B!y,- theville, Mrs. Claudia Olive and Mrs. Evelyn Rogers. Luxorn. Mvs. Hugh Elliott brought the Little Rock workers to Osreoln. Tommie Carson and Cooper Collins fitted the children with braces and artificial limb' The Crippled Children's Division of the Stnte Department of Public Welfare Is tax-support rd. Maeple Barbiers, clerk of the Osre- oln health unit, who assisted with the clinic, explained, The March ot Dimes and Eister Seats campaigns pny fnr the braces for most polio patients. The next clinic win be held in November in O.sceola and two nltri-' ics are to be held here each year.; Larllcs of Church hnfcrtaln i' The Ladie.s of the Methodist Church entertained members ot nil circlfts of the Methorii?t church with a tea al,.the home of Mrs. Ralph Woodruff (his nftcrnonn. The tea Is honoring Mrs. Harold Fergus.-who is leaving in two weeks to-make her home in Miami, Okln^ where Mr. Fergus will be engaged in business. f Hear C'holr .Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bowen, Mis^ Julia Mae Morrison and Miss Mar- niainr(i for several days. Mrs Mrs. Wnrtdfll G. L. Wfirteirll was hostess Grecnwell. Elslander, Rankin. parliamentarian. Bridge Club Meets Mr. and Mrs. Owens Sadler entertained their Octette Bridge Club at their home Tuesday night Hi?h scoring honors went to Mrs. E)st- ner D. Beall and I, A Slmnu. Hay-Rifle Held Mrs. Hudson Wren and her Sunday School class, of the young peoples department nf the Methodist Church, went on a hay-ride picnic Tuesday nl«nt to Grider Park. Class Visits Zoo The senior class and their spon- ,„ .. , [ ^oi", J. D. Roberts, wont to Memphis family in Tuesday on their last-of-school outing. They visited the 700 where thev had a picnic lunch nnd Inter attended R movie. Baptist Group Meets The Baptist Sunday School Work- to her Monday nteht Liridpe club with one guest, Mrs- Jack Pinion, present-. Spring cardcn flowers am pi n nts were evident In Ih talnlng rooms. At the conclusion j of the bridge games, a shrimp plate. anri Iced tea \verc served. i Mrs. Bill Walters won high and Mrs. Pinion was second. Progressive Club The Oscrola Progressive Club will hold its last meeting of the season Tuesday fnr a May day luncheon at noon. Mrs. Jeive Cramer is chairman of the hostesses. Mis. B. E Mnore will have charge of the prop ram. theme of which will be child welfare. Mrs. V. E. Harlnn will give R talk on "CommimicaUons." Mrs. Glascoe Knfertains Mrs, Jesse Glascoe was hostess lo her Wednesday afternoon bridge club at her hr-me on West Qulnn. M rs, Eii Simmons, M rs. A. F. Glaj.coe and Mrs. Wlrt Steed played with the members. A d essert course preceded the bridpr-t same. Mrs. Palmer Slanton and Mrs. C, C. Bowen won first and second prizes. crs Council met Wednesday night at the church for their 'regular supper-meeting. W. O. Harris, S3 ri pott PC! s »n crlnt pndcnt, presided during the E enter- b " fi '™;« session. W. D. Brown gave the devotional. The Rev. D. B. Bledsoe, pastor, in his talk to the group, pointed that, tn -April a. record average attendance had been reached. The average was 230 BS compared to a 280 average at this time last year. Reports from various superintendents and teachers in the departments were given. Hostesses were Miss Mavis Rodman. Miss Nettie Jean Phelan and Mrs. C. D. Price. Children 1 - Division of the State! Jorie Doyle beard the South'.'est-. Health-Department before entering private practice in Jonesboro, was on duty nil dr.y. From-Little Rock were Miss Mar- Mrs Lloyd C.ikcs and baby, City. Lost Times Tonite! First Showing in Blythcville Tussy Cream Dcorloranl m- stonily stops perspiration odor —checks perspiration moisture! Give? day-long daintiness protection. Safe for normal skin and fabrics. Woods Blytheville Drug LAST TIMES TODAY! nrn choir at Evercreen Presbyterian Church Turvday Miss Jeanr-tte Bov/en. Mrs. I, PC Wesson. Mrs_ Jesse Crnmer and Mrs. Bcttye Nelle Stair attended the flower show given bv the Marked Tvee Garden C!::b Tustiny. Mrs. Ed Caya and daughter, Lrj^h Wlldy. of Memphis were O.srpola visitors last. week. Mrs. W. C. Mason. Mrs. Spencer Driver and Miss Emily Mason at- ended the fashion show at the Colonial Country Cinb in Memphis daughter! Wednesday nlcrht. — PLUS— Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Reel Two Cartoons & Comedy TUES.-WED. Dollar o Cor Bring a Car Full For a Dollar "My husband and my sister.,.in each olher's arms!" Rider's Cartoon & Comedy RITZ GUESTS Mr. S Mr?. Joe ('acute & Family Mr. & Mrs. Mclvin Halscll & Family TUESDAY ONLY! Possessed... Possessed... 11 AMES MASON 1UNE HAVOC Possessed,.. Possessed., L Shorls: "Bluebirds Baby" & "Olaf l,auKhs Last" ^ Rifz Guests Mr. S: Mrs. Leonard Camplirll & Family Mr. & Mrs. Ben Cooper & Family Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30« Al All Times LAST TIMES TONITE IXHillLK FEATURE Our certified roltl storage vaults give you full prolcrtton against..'itioth damape as well as insurance s gainst loss hy fire or (heft. All your woolen clothing, your Blankets, your drapes as well as your fur pieces deserve the hcst ifrotec- (ion . . . Cerlifierl Colrj Storage .Call Hlylheville I.nuntlry-Clcaners NOW. for free pickup service. The number?—1118. 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