The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 14, 1955 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER H 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGEFTV1 - Society News - e Ann Mallow. Society Kditor / Photl' Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Clark Honors Mother With Tea Mrs. Everett I. Clark entertained Monday at her new home on Spruce in compliment to her mother, Mrs. J. J. Finch, of Tiptonville, Tenn., who is visiting here. It was also Mrs. Pinch's birthday. Mrs. J. W. Turner presided at the tea table which was overlaid with a linen cutvork doth. Yellow fall flowers and yellow tapers in crystal appointments centered the table. Those who called to meet Mrs. Finch were Mrs. -fack Cowger. Mrs. R. L. Loggins, Mrs. Joe Joyner, Mrs. Preston Pranks, Mrs. George Roland Green, Mrs. Herb Rhode, Mrs. John Hlckey and Mrs. John-Prather. Circle Ten Has State Mission Program Circle Ten of first Baptist Church met at the home of Miss Ramona Crafton Monday night for the Dixie Jackson State Mission Program and offering. Mrs. Leon Jones was in charge of the business session which was opened with prayer by Miss Dottie WhiteselJ. Miss Cliffie Overman was chairman of the program. The devotional was presented by Misses Gail O'Rear and Mickey Allen. Those taking parts on the program were Miss Whiiesell, Miss Crafton, Mrs. Jones fend Mrs. Ted King. Miss Overman gave the closing prayer alter the offering had been presented. Masterpoint Game Played By Bridge League A six-table Ho well masterpoint game was played Monday night by the Country Ciub Bridge League. Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs C. VV .Afflict captured first place with 54 points and second place was taken by Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen with 52',2 points. There was a' tie for third place between Mrs. Robert Killian, Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines, who all had StHi points. St. Stephen's Auxiliary Has First Meeting First fall meeting was held Monday night by Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at the home of Mrs. E. J. Cure. Mrs. J. E. Killett gave the ctevo- tional with reports from various of] fleers and committee chairmen fol- I lowing. Mrs. Thurman Rowlett was in charge of the program. Refresh! merits were served in the social ! hour by the hostess. Caruthersville News B; SONNY SANDEftg Mrs. Jones New Member of Lake Street WSCS Mrs, G. E. Jones was fU new member Monday night when Lake Street Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met at the church with 20 members present. Mrs. Iverpon Morris and Mrs. Eslelle Farris were hostesses for the meeting. Opening prayer was led by Mrs. p. B. Jarreu with Mrs. George Shanks conducting the business session. Finns were completed by the organisation for a barbecue stand at the fair. Mr?. Mitchell Sanford was in rharpe of the program with Mrs. Joe Thomas, Mrs. Tassie Robertson, Mrs. Paul Lipford. Mrs. C. T. Shamlin, Mrs. Joe Strickland and .Mrs. Kenneth Poff assisting; her. Clo«inp prayer was led by Mr? Morris after which the hostesses served n dessert course and iced drinks. Royal Service' Program Given ByCalvaryWMU A Royal Service program was presented Monday when Women's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist Church met. Those presenving the program were Mrs. Virginia Taylor, Mrs, Claude Rowland, Mrs. Buddy Baughman. Mrs. Dale, Garner. Mrs. L. B. Johnese and Mrs. H. J. The 135 freshmen among Caruthersville High School's total of 396 students were the center of at- taction at a special dance at the school Saturday. The dance concluded the second annual "Freshmen Week" here. ''Big brothers" and "big sisters" are appointed for each newcomer. The upper classmen show the freshmen where various • rooms are and introduce them to other students. In return, the freshmen are subjected to an organized initiation sponsored by the Student Activity Committee. Barry Trainor. S. A. C. president, said freshmen were admitted tree to the dance if they brought along iheir green hats, which they were compelled to make and wear during the week- All during ine wees, upper classmen have been filling up a locked box with names of freshmen whoj have violated special initiation rules i such as calling seniors "Mr" and f "Miss" and walking up back stairs.! The student oouncii executive j said he hoped freshmen wouldn't I think they were being made fun of , because to project is to make them i like C. H. S. and feel as if ihey have a part to play in school activities. Coming Events THURSDAY Cobb are hostesses. Jayccltes have meeting:. Chillion Club meets with .O. O. Elkins, Sr. Mrs. ™ V .„ ,.rf Maple Grove Cemetery Assocla- urdette PTA executive board t , on £ wlth Mf ^ * w _ Dm ._ meeting at 3 p.m. General meeting at 2:30 p.m. A panel discussion will be held on "Objects of UK 'PTA." At the conclusion of the meeting the group will tour the newly remodeled home economics building. Ladies Fellowship of First Grace Church' meeting at the home of ham, 325 E. Davis, 2:30 p.m. FRIDAY Sunbeams of Trinity Baptist Mrs. Edward Watson, 7:30 p.m. Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Jackie Blackford, 1:30 p'.m. Ladies Day at the Country Club. Mrs. F. E. Black will serve asjble, i p.m. chairman of hostesses Mrs. C. W. Afilick, Mrs. Bob Logan, Mrs. James C. Guard, Mrs. W. J. Pollard, "rs. H. C. Sims, Mrs. Kemper Bruton and Mrs. John Caudill. The theme for the 1 p.m. luncheon will be "The Last Eose of'Sum- mer." Bridge and canasta will be played during the afternoon. Duplicate Bridge League meeting:. Emanon "Club meets with Mrs- John Perkins, Jr. Corps of Engineers Woman's Club has meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. John Petty and Mrs. W. D. Church meet at church, 3:45 p.m. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meeting in Fellowship Hall at 2:30. p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Henry Young, Mrs. Winfield Mick and Mrs. Corlew. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. Cotillion Club meets at Hotel No- Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses from the olfice of County Clerk Elizabeth B. Parker: Jimmy Oyis Haymes and Patsy McGee, both of Blytheville; Charles C. Czeschin, Jr., and Janet Ann Nelson, both of Blytheville; Carl D. Akers and Irene White, both of Blytheville; George H. Kamp, Comvay, and Carol Ann Bailey, . Blytheville. Don W. Brinn and Betty Miles, both of Dell; Donald James Halpen and Joan Perrygin, both of Blythevilie; Elliott Wornor Brijeans and Shirley Lawanda Berry, both of Lux- William Edward Colston ui4 Prentice Joy Coleman, both of Blytheville. William Edward Henley, Steel*, and Lucille Henley, Holland. There are 14 nev members of Sigma Delta Chi sorority at the local high school. They include five Fondren. Mrs. Baughman was in charge of the business session with prayers being Riven by Mrs. Rowland and Mrs. Buddy Corkran. STOPsiMPLI DIARRHEA Gef Fas), Soothing Ktlitf with PERCY MEDICINE seniors, five juniors and four sophomores. The new members are Clara Ellen Hicks, Janice Hundhausen, Jackie French, Bonita Buress, Janet Thompson, seniors; f Mary Ann Brown, Connie Parrot, Demetra Reeves,- Ruth Hughes, Pat Beecher. juniors; Sue Chris Mehrte, Patty Sawyer. Kay Summers, and Jane Ann Trantum,'sophomores. MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. Read Courier Ntws Classified Ads. 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