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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 7,1954 Society News illnrv SnriAtv F.fHtnr t Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Cook Engaged To R. Justinger Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cook of Blytheville today announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Bonnie Cook of Hollywood, Fla., to Richard Justinger, son of Mrs. Michael Justinger and the late Mr. Justinger of Buffalo, N. Y. Gosnell High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in ed- Miss Cook is a. graduate of ucation from Arkansas State College where she was a member of the Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority. She is now a member of the faculty of the West Hollywood Ele- mentar; School, Hollywood, Fla. Mr. Justinger is a graduate of Alexander Central High School, Alden, N. Y. He is now on active duty with the Navy at the Pentagon in Washington, D. C. At the present he is on temporary duty at the Navy Station in Key West, 4 Fla. An early fall wedding is planned. Miss Bonnie Cook Wedding Plans Aimounced By Miss McHenry Miss Louise Wade McHenry of Luxora -announces plans for her wedding to Robert Jean Stewart of Monroe, Louisiana. The ceremony will be performed on Tuesday, August 17th at 6:30 in the evening at the First Presbyterian Church in Osceola by the Rev. T. Chalmers Henderson, pastor. A program of nuptial music will be presented by Mrs. Donald Wertz, organist, and Miss Robbie Irene Thomas of Memphis, vocalist. Tapers will be lighted by Miss Josephine Segraves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Segraves of Osceola, and Miss Susan Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stewart of Monroe, La., niece of the groom. The bride-elect, who will be given In marriage by her stepfather, Roy L. Houck~ has chosen as her matron of honor Mrs. David Sloas of Port- agevUle, Mo., the former Miss Annette Whistle of Blytheville. Bridesmaids will be Miss Anne McGehee of Paris, Tenn., daughter of Mrs. Anne McGehee, and Miss Dorothy Harris of Marianna, Ark., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Harris. Flower girls will be Lucy Segraves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Segraves of Osceola, and Jane Houck, sister of the bride-elect. Robert Shepperson of Fairbanks, La., will be best man. Ushers will be Milton L. Wray of Memphis, John David Alexander, Jr., of Bowling Green, Ky., Stuart Crichfield of Halls," Tenn., and Edward Stanford of Luxora. 'immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Houck will entertain with a reception in the educational building of the church. Kibitzer Club Has Meeting Mrs. J. M. Williams entertained members of the Kibitzer Club Thursday afternoon at her home. Summer flowers centered the tables where the guests were seated and were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Winners in the games played were Mrs. Rube Carson, high, and Mrs. W. M. Jontz, second high. Guests of the group were Miss Arden Ferguson, Mrs. Carson and Mrs. Jontz. The hostess served refreshments of iced drinks and party foods. Kitchen Shower Given For Miss Hamby Miss Nancy Hamby, who will .be come the bride of Robert A. Me Farland tomorrow, was compli mented with a kitchen shower last night. Hostesses for the affair were Misses Bertha Ann Gaines, Linda Taylor and Mary Kay Crafton. The table where the gifts were displayed was centered with a tiered"*cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. Streamers extended from the cake and were interspersed with orange blossoms. White wedding bells marked the honorees chair and were suspended from mirrors throughout the entertaining rooms. Winners in the games played throughout the evening were Misses Gail Whitsitt and Beauton Stallings. Miss Hamby wore a green pique skirt and white pique blouse with white accessories. She was presented a novelty corsage and electric grill from her hostesses. Guests of the group were Mrs. Joe Hamby, mother of the bride and Mrs. Gary McFarland, mother of the groom. At the conclusion of the games, the hostesses served refreshments. Vend red i Bridge Club Has Meeting Mrs. Billy Joe Gean entertained members of the Vendredi Bridge Club last night at the Razorback. Winners in the games played were Mrs. Hank Dodd, high, Mrs. Bill Slack, second high and Mrs. Max Walters, bridge. Mrs. George Ford was a guest of the' group and Mrs. Frank Hall was a new member. At the conclusion of the games, the hostess . served a dessert course. Bardstown HD Club Conducts Meeting JOINER—The Bardstown Horn Demonstration Club met at th home of Mrs. Joe Simpson, Thurs day afternoon. The meeting was opened witlr group singing and Mrs. Mary Sey mour presided over the busines session. The devotional was given by Mrs. A. Higgins. Following the business session, Bits of News i Mrs. Guthrie Penn and daughter, Lana Kay, are spending several days in St. Louis visiting Mrs. Perm's mother, Mrs. Claude Quart- ermouse and her brother, M. L. Grain, Mrs. Grain and family. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley left this morning for a few days visit with their daughter, Mrs. William F. Cooley, and children, David and Carol. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns the past several days have been their daughter, Mrs. Jack O'Keefe, and daughter, Darian, of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Burns of Forrest City and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Evans of Memphis will be the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Burns this week end. Mr. and Mrs. Max Walters have moved to Memphis where Mrs. Walters is employed. They are residing at 797 Diiworth. Albert Hitch left today for Denver, Colo., to be with his sister, Mrs. J. R. Derby, who is ill. Mrs. Jake Huffman and' Miss Peggy Ann Rodgers Miss Rodgers. Leroy Boatwright ToExchange Vows Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hueit Rodgers of Luxora, today announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Peggy Ann Rodgers, to Leroy Alexander Boatwright ,Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Alexander Boat- Luna Wilhelm will return home to-1 wright.Sr., of Holly Springs, Miss. Miss day after having spent the past several days in Memphis visiting their Miss Rodgers was graduated from Luxora High School where she was sister, Mrs. Ethel Sneed and daugh- j assistant editor of the school paper I and member of the Beta Club. She attended Memphis School of Commerce and is now employed by T. J; O'Brien Engineering Company of Memphis. Mr. Boatwright was graduated from Holly Springs High School and served for two and one-half years | in the Navy during World War II. He attended Mississippi State College, Starkville, Miss., and was graduated from the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy, Oxford, Miss. He is now employed as a representative for Winthrop- Stearns, Inc. Plans are being made for an early fall wedding. ter, Mary Van. J. L. Thompson, Jr., and family of New York City will arrive tomorrow to be the guest of Mrs. J. L. Thompson, Sr., for several days. Miss Nancy Damon and her guest, Gary Cooper of Cape Girardeau were in Batesville yesterday to attend the water carnival. Miss Damon and Mr. Cooper will leave for Cape Girardeau today and will accompany, Mr. Cooper's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cooper, to Kentucky Lake. Miss Frances Damon and Miss Maurice Carter of Malvern, Ark., louseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar It. Jones, will spend the week end n St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Graf ton of Sonway have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Crafton and other relatives for the past several days. Mrs. J. E. Dicks and Mrs. J. Cherry were in Memphis yesterday to take Mrs. Miriam Berry and Mrs. Thomas Shaw, huseguests of Mrs. Dicks, who left by plane for their homes in College Park, Ga. Read Courier News Classified Ads. social hour was held and the hostess served a sandwich plate and ced drinks." Dinner Given At Hotel for Wedding Party Mr. and Mrs. Dan A. Blodget entertained members of the Blodgett- Buckley wedding party with a rehearsal dinner at the Hotel Noble last night. The tables where the guests were seated were in a T-shape arrangement. A miniature bridal procession was used on the tables with the altar, flowers and candelabra being used on the center table. Novelty corsages were used as place cards. Miss Buckley wore a white polished cotton dress with white accessories and was presented a novelty corsage representing a bridal bouquet. Following dinner, the rehearsal was held and later in the evening the group went to the Country Club to dance. Guests .other than members of the wedding party were Miss Betty Cook of Wynne, Jim Wilbourn and Jim Black of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. John Caudle, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Owen and George Muir, Jr. of Louis Katz Celebrates Birthday With Party Louis Herman Katz, son of -Mr. and Mrs. Larry Katz, was entertained on his fourth birthday with a swimming party in the yard of his parents yesterday afternoon. Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served the seven friends present and fa-vors of bubble gum and horns were presented them. Mrs. Rose Herman of New York, grandmot % ?r of Louis, was present. Coming Events MONDAY The Jewel Abernathy Circle the Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Bill Crocker at 2 p. m. The Evelyn Stanford Circle meets with Mrs. J. C. Terry at 2 p. m. Circle One of the Presbyterian Church meets with Mrs. J. R,. Marr, 1300 Country Club Drive, for Bible study at 9:30 a. m. Circle Five meets with Mrs. Spencer Alexander, 515 North llth, at 8 p. m. Katie Hatton YWA meets with Mrs. Kendall Berry at 7:15 p. m. TUESDAY NN Bridge Club meets with Miss Mary Noe. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has regular meeting. WEDNESDAY Club Eight meets with Mrs. G. O. Poetz. THURSDAYY Duplicate Bridge League has regular meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. O. O. Elkins entertained members of Chillion Club. Mrs. J. H. Smart entertains the': Kibitzer Club. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 1 p. m. Singing* Convention The Mississippi County Singing Convention will be held Sunday at the Huffman Baptist Church at 2 p.m. •*•«•*••••< • ••••••«•••••••••*•••••••••*••• YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE ALWAYS COOL AND COMFORTABLE Sunday and Monday MICKEY SPILLANE'S A MOVIE STAR NOW! fj PATOBRIEN Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! 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OWolt Diirt*y Production* Members of the Dell Supper Club were entertained with an old- fashioned Barn Dance and supper Thursday night wen Mr. and Mrs. E, L. Boggs and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Edwards, Jr., were hosts. At the entrance of the Legion Hut, where the dance was held, were saddles stirrups and kerosene lamps. The tables where the guests.were seated were overlaid with brown paper and lanterns and bottles holding candles were used on the tables to provide light. Following dinner, the evening was spent in dancing. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stockton, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stein- siek, Mr.-and Mrs. Dan Surge, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Poy Etchieson, Mr. and Mrs. Conner Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blaylock, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grigsby, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Whistle, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Bonds .of Lepanto, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Jeffries and Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Evans Crafton. Sunday School Class Has Meeting Here The Winners Sunday School Class of the Nazarene Church held its annual picnic last night at the home of Mrs. Roy Gaines. There were 60 members and 23 guests present. Mrs. Gaines led the group in the opening prayer. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Starr At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Henry Quails, Cooter Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Louise Smith, city Hollis Evatt, city Harvey Lynch, city Mrs. Mabel G'arvis, city Mrs. Eula Patton, city MOX -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blythevillt Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat., Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT SATURDAY Double Feature if Jjf/tr thai KING KONG! JOIYOOMG J D"***** —AND— TOO MANY GIRLS s With Lucille Ball and Eddie Bracken Also Cartoon-& Serial Saturday Night Owl Show staf.'ins BEVtRlT MICHAELS-HUGO WAS-AIXM HINJ* MOWLMO CKAMBCRtm wffl JO WROU DCNSISCK Jerftn PUj fry Hujo Hui and VnoKi ."Rillos • Prc!ne»« JPC ffrKtm by HUGO WW • Cfrfrefcctf: Edfir £.*•»• With Beverly Michaels and Allan Nixon Also Cartoon & Serial SUN., & MON. Double Feautre ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS Dr. and Mrs. Joe Hughes and children and Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Smith and children spent Sunday in Big Springs, Mo. Becky Welborn - celebrated her eighth birthday Wednesday by inviting her friends to her home for an afternoon of games, contests and climaxed by refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream. A dessert course preceded the bridge games when Mrs. V. G. Bell entertained members of her club Tuesday night, all members were present. Petunias and zinnias were used to decorate the small tables. Mrs. Searcy Mears was invited to join Mrs. Charlie Coleman when she entertained her club at the Seminole Club for supper Tuesday night. Mrs. 0. E. Massengill entertained her canasta club for luncheon at the Seminole Club Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Duggar announce the birth of their first child, a son. The baby was born Wednesday at Osceola Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Charlie Lowance entertained the Town and Country Club Thursday at her home at Driver with a luncheon. Mrs. O. E. Massengill and Mrs. Jack Uzzelle were special guests. Summer flowers decorated the home of Mrs. Low- ranee. Mrs. Tal Tongate has returned home from a few days visit with friends in Memphis. Guy Driver is a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Lalah Coble and Mrs. David Laney visited Mrs. J. A. Moran in Memphis for several days during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hurt of Martin, Tenn., are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hernden. The Hurts are returning Bettye Lyn Hernden, who has been visiting in their home for the past three weeks. Mrs. Bill Thomas invited Mrs. Bruce Colbert as a special guest to play with Mrs. Thomas' bridge club when she entertained Thursday with a dessert bridge at the Sem- inole Club. Mrs. Bobby Dyess was high score winner and Mrs. Mo Daniels won second when Mrs. Wilbur Wildy entertained her bridge club Tuesday. A dessert course was served. Guests were Mrs. Vance Cart> wright and Mrs. Charles Lowrance, HI. A plastic coatea oiacKDoard serves as a handy kitchen reminder. It ha« a school-day motif and washes easily. TRUSSES EXPERTLY 1 FITTED 2 Price KIRBY DRUG STORES BARGAINS -For You- Irrigation Do you have water In a. ditch or bayou while your crop wilts md dies in the field? Then You Need A Shaw & House Porta Pump Big capacity—150? jfallons p«i minute Tractor mounted—goes whererw you can take your tractor. 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