The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 14, 1935 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, MARCH • 14,• 1935 BLYTHBVILLEr(AHK,)' COURIER NEWS' Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Junior Vigh p. T. A. sponsoring bingo party, 7:30 o'clock, In iiir.Ii school library. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Marcus Evrard having Saturday Night. Supper club. Mteliiig Postponed The meeting of the Music department of the Woman's club, scheduled for Friday, has been postponed until Friday of next lias Cluli Thcro will Ijc a prize of $1 ylv- cii to the room in junior high hav- inf. tho largest nnnilM^r of repic- .'iontulivc:; at the bingo party Friday craning, 7:30 o'clock. In the hiyh school library. Admission will be 25 rents. « » • C. N. Sponsors rrugfiini :tt Dinner The Christian Endeavor society of the First Christian church p KC'iite^ an all star radio review at a supper last, evening lor the congregation. : Miss Ruth Krwln was the an- iiomuicr anil Ihc song "Mellow Moon" was the theme song hummed by the entire group while the program was announced. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe impersonated LIU tic Jack Little with the piano number "Cheerful Little Earful," Misses Pauline UU.SECH and Uulu Judd «'iTU Amos liiitl Andy, tile Uuswell jjKlcrs were impersonated by Mi^- cs Alia Mac Judd, Mary Junes and Thai a File Nunii who .sung "Those Melody Girls," "Tile Cotton Pickers" pluying and singing "Waltz Me Around Again Willie" "WAen you ami I Were Young," and "Darling Nellie Cray," the unseen adviser "Mnrjnh" was impersonated by Miss Marie Biggins. toyal Nunn posed as Ding Crosby In singing and Miss Ruth Edwin gave a reading for the con- cJudJjijr selection. The program wns^qlvcn following the usual Wednesday night slipper for members of the congregation who also hear a brief devotional by the pastor, the Rev. V, E. liuttenvorlh, Instead of the usual mid-week prayer service. I 1 , li. O. Elects Officers Mrs. n. II. llouchins wns elected president, of the local p. E. O. chapter for the coming year at a luncheon meeting yesterday when Mrs. Paul L. Tipton, and Mrs. C. W. Afflict were hostesses at the Afflick home, Other officers named were: Mrs. Charles s. Lemons, vice president; Mrs. c. W. Afflick, recording secretary; Mrs. W. M Williams, comspoiidlng secretary; Mrs. R. p. Klrshner, treasurer Mrs. J. E. critz, chaplain; Mrs. A. Conway, guard. Mrs. Chester R Babcock is the retiring president . Mrs. Babcock and Mrs. Houchins were elected delegates to the stale conventict meeting a't, Dc- Quecn April 10 and 20. Following lunch B. A. Ljnch spoke on 'The Treasury and the Monetary System." The 14 present were served lunch at small tables decorated with' spring blossoms. . Mr*. T. n. ftliod.es ha:; announced the marriage of her daughter, Naoimi, to Mr. Ernest Koush, or Wilson, Ark. The wedding mis sol- cmiiiKcl nl Marion. Ark., October 21, with iho Rev. J. R,. pratt, pastor or the First Baptist church. reading the ring ceremony, Their attendants were Miss Mag- of blue Baskettu with blue kid trim, also Kcige Bas- kctti; with brown :-ti t i trim. ins Kid T-Slrap with bluo patent trim. llrown Kid 1'ic. Beige Kid trim, piped in while. Oilier- Styles 53.95 Up Shoes and Flosierv eio Gamble ol this city, and Mr. urlln Descau, of Memphis. The bride is a graduate of the city high school. Mr. Kotish, who is u eruchmte of the high school at potosi, Mo,, is now connected with me Lte Wilson company as electrician. Tney will make tnclr home »i Wilson. Sunday School Class Organizes. Tna Gleaners Sunday school class of the First Daptm church was organized in n meeting laal evening (it the church with iliesc olllcers: •Mrs. o. P. Tucker, president; Mrs. Aivin Huilni..n, iiiv>i viw IMCS.U^U; I Mrs. li. i,. Mcii»; S j,i, j*i.o.Uil vl'.c lA'ltiUdll; Mlib UiiUIUlC WCCiHj, innd vice pRiulem; Mas CoftU'H.i jWiluiie, srtTeUry and iwisiirer; [Mrs. R, I. Haley, lecii'iiei; Mrs. u. ^. Hires, rciKjrler, Council Members •..Celebrate lliilhday. j Because It, was IIIY t!>t hbirthduy 'Miss MyrriKi Wmlibnrii assisted her 'mother, : MVS. A. M. Washburti. in cne social' hour oi the meeting o! ilic Wontari's coijncit or ihc lira unrlsimtfiioilurca'., Monday aitcr- "Oon, ;!:'.'!! i , The |fcta'csJnii9ii|,,',Ui>)lc wiis arranged vrf(li;a Ijlrtliday cafjc'as tne used wjifupfl. ^pHtlw, St. ,Patrick motif. jffJSfTjWffAblttii.sffral. r 5 - iresnniAi(s ! 'hmrMffi!f Frances Irfdi' uaney poured. For lji c prognnn the itcv. V. E. Bul'.crworth apolse on "One ol the «cw Tcstanieni Churches," tynn and Lillian !i. Aycrs satin gowns with .shoulder o'.jwcet, jieas and fern, «-mc satin W lth n veil of Illu- • ral HCr vra!dln S bo »niiet Immediately'iollowln^lL cere- '"0 iy Mr. and Mrs . Dl .| Vcr j cft fol . n honeymoon trij, lo Memphk and [p Spr n BS . Oll their return they will mnk nvenue. on Kelsw *, H '^«« Ilf l»«. we married Sunday afternoon at (ho Flwt nap- 1st church imrsonngo nt Swlllotf, ;«"«;•»• ^.FMgusoivbrolte f the bridegroom. The brlclc Is Hie daughter or Mr, «"d Mrs. P. M. Sclby. she 'ii u gnutete of Leachvltlc • j,i gh sclloo i, In tlie class of 1034. Mr. Ferguson rccolvcit his high school education llt joiHMboro and i tcr completed Ills college educn 'ion at BBptM eolleeo at JoneS, *,i «n, ?I W1 " B WrC 1M ' eSCnt nt "» tedding: the Kcv. and Mrs. H. L, K-rgiison of Swiflon, Mr. ami Mrs Win-ale "" """'' rtlu 'S nt <"'' M'ss 'lowing (lie ceremony «ni>,!e left on a .I homo. '"" ke Uicir )l! 'v' s """" »luilcrn JIdhoUs OAY HEAD. Maw. (UP)_T|,cro is trouble with (lie "yountier Veii- fratlon" of Ilie once powerful Ac- 'linncnth India ' 1 ™ cm " AL ftIiss Corciic Sciby and ; uls ° chief"Tcroj*" ™c$"\fsfi' Ml". Jfm Ferguson Wed ltmmr - ">3 new orBiinlzntlon" h pk's ' a ' J ' '" 1 "" :lelU Intlll> " !»'hicl- Ferguson ami" Miss'coTenc'' Sdb'v! ,-„„.. ~T7~7: Tin: oldest, ciwilmiou.'ily Inhnbll- ed community In this country is PAGE Miss Mary Tindlc Bride of'••liilil Driver OSCEOLA, Arh.—The wedding of M..SS Mary Tindlc and Mr'.^Kdwarn iiiy Dnver was solemnized Tuesday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thau Robert Tlixlle, by the Rev. E. L, Cole, pastor of the First Baptist, church of tills city.:, \vhltc tapers burning in cathedral caiidelabra lih'.mlnat- ecJ the improvised altar, which was banked with ferns, i»lm s and jonquils. Preceding Ihe ceremony nup- 'ial music was rendered by Mrs. Walter Emails!. Miss Tindlc was attended by her iister. 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