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May 13, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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BLYTHEVTU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEW TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1952 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phun« 4461 Miss Silverfield Will Be Wed in June Ceremony Mr a;id Mrs. Morris SilwfWrt cf Osteola, Ark., announce the engagement of their daughter. Mi« Jacqueline SUverfielri. to William Eprtiat*ky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bernat.slty of Memphis, Tcnn. Tlie bridc-plerl Is the granddaughter of Mrs. Eva Bisno ol Memphis, and the late Jacob H. Jiisno. Miss Sili-erffeld was graduated (rum Ocfola High School anrt attended Sulllns CollcRe. Bristol. Va.. Fiorina Southern CoUesc. Lakeland, Fla,, and (he University of Miwrmri. While at Flcrirlfl Southern Cnllece., »he was a member of I he Phi Sigma Sipma sorority, and the Women's Etmient Government Association, end (he College Senate. Mr. BormUfky h the srandson of Mr. Abe Cherry of Memphis and the late Mrs. Cherry. He was graduated from Ccnf.rnl Hiph School anrt wns a member of Phi Oinesa Kaiina fraicrnlly. He »t- tfiiticd Memphis Slate CnHeee, and Is servlns '*'ith the Air Fr.rce. stationed al Sumlcr, S. C. The wedding will take 15th. TROTH TOLD — Miss Jacqueline Silverfield of Osceola will become lh« hrirfe of William Be mat sky of Memphis in June, it was announced today by the bririe-clcct's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rilvcrfeld of Osceola. He is the son of Mr. ami Airs. HPI m;ui Bcrnalsky of Memphis. JulW^ Presbyterian Circles Meet Mrs. Lula Craig Is Honoree Circles of the First Presbyterian Church m e t yesterday !n the homes of various members. Circle One met In the home ef Mrs. C. C. CotinciUe u-} t h Mrs. J. P. Pride nnd Mrs. O. W. Cnp- page as co-hoslesses, with 15 members present. Mrs. Harvey Kidd led Bib I e ttndy and she was assisted by Mrs. Ncni Gesell, Mrs. P. B. Joyner. Mrs. I. M. Cnslllo, Mrs. Gordon Hnrris. Mrs. C. M. Gray and Mrs. H. C. Layson. Mrs, Gray gave a report on Pres- bvterial and Mrs. F-dK«r Barum presided over the business. Circle Two met in the home ef Mrs. Aubrey Conwav vith eiRht members present and ona gue.st, Mrs. Jesse M. White. Mrs. Monroe Crane presided over the business session and Mrs. S. E. Tune HaS led Btfele Study. Circle Three had 15 members present »t the home of Mrs. Trinity Circles Meet in Homes Mrs. Beck Hostess To Hope Group Mr, and Mrs, Mavis Phifor and! Mrs, J, H, Roberts with eight mem Mrs, H. O, Moss and son, VtrffH, • her."; present. Mrs. C. K. Thompson Circles On? and Two n! the Worn- The Hope Group of the Christian en's Missionary Union of Trinity i Woman's Fellowship of the First Baptist Church met In the homes I Christian Church met al (he church of members yesterday. Circle One mr-t In (he I yesterday with Mrs. R, M. Beck, home of i hosles.s. Eleven members and one guest, Mrs, Rupert Cra/ton Coming Events Tuesday East Ride Garden Club has 7 10 p.m. meeting at the Lakp SlrerI Methodist Church. Mrs. \V, J. Woolum is ho.stess and Mrs. A. D. Priest of Boonevlllc. Miss., sppnl ItiP wcpkjopened with prayer and Mrs. Hilly (*nt. end visiting Mrs. Moss' sisters. Mrs. j Worrten (might 'he lesson. The Meeting was opened with prayer j executive board m Orady Ooff. Mr, Goff and family, meolme was closed wiih prayer led J by Mrs. OoorgR Barharn wnd'rfi-jA tea will follow Mrs, Milford Miller and her sifter j by Mrs. Roberts, ports from all members *'Ci'p giv-S mothers. 'n StP.ele, Mr*. Willlf Kedrick, and; Circle Two met in t.he home of) Pn , Mrs. John McHaney presided j is program chairman. Senior Hij»h School Parent- were pres-1 Teachers Association meets at 3 p.m. at the srhool preceded by an ^1 iiiR at 2:30 p in honoring senior families. \ Mrs, Herman Adair with 10 mem- Mr, and Mrs, J, W, Dunn and; bers present and one gnp.st. Mrs. children, Jimmy and Mary Ann \ D. CJ. Jones o period the mpetiriK visited over the w*vk pnd wilh herjwifh prayer and Mrs. Joyce Crnc-k- inother, Mrs. Pearl Hires They j er taught the lesson. Mrs. Bert Ross ve rfllurnfid to their home in Un-| conducted a business session. Meof- Inri City, Trnn. Mrs, Oleo LanRSton of De Kalb, Misv. .spent the week end with her two daughters and son. Mrs. G. O, Poet/., Mrs. G. L. Me Waters and C. C. LfinRslon Jr. and their famines, Mr, and Mrs. R. M. I-eumilt and -i . ,->., . family til 7-HtJe Rork were wr*k j A'l 1'S. Ubei'St end visitors of Mis, ! Ing V as adjourned following prayer ; hy Mi's. C K. Parks. j Social hours followed t he pro! arams in which the hostesses wrvntl rcfrrfihmenfs. Blythe.villp Ch'ir Music A&socja ,;!To Lake Sti'ect WSCS over the business. j <ion ha.s 8 p.m. board njppttng at Mrs. McHaney. leader, gave the! the home of Mrs. W. L. Horner. worship which was tafcen from Ro-j Jayceettes have 1:3Q p.m. mret- mans and used as her lopic. "!•'»£ with Mrs. La^ronne Whittle. Am Eager To Preach." j Wednesday Mrs. A. G. Hall, £,lndy leader, I Siiribnry PTA has 3 p.m. meeting iwed as her Ihcine, "Puerto Ricnn preceded by an executive board Churches Face New Half Cen- »«eH»« M 2:30 p.m. This Is the tury." She was assisted by Mrs. \ fina] mating of the year and in- Jorin Durhnm and Mrs. Ben Har- i stallalion of new officers win be pole. Meeting was closed with the i conducted at the school, missionary benediction. • 1 "pltoman Chapicr of Refreshments were served from a table overlaid with Jflce and with roses, and a crystal rirtffp and daughter, W. Thomas, who 1* visiting from' Onmbrin, Wis, The l.rRaults came j Mis. W. T. Obnrs( enteruimrd [ esprcifilly for the wedding of Miss i members of the Women's Society of I « Christine Austin and Oral Winston] Christian Service nf the Lake Street Kdvard*. Others who catne for the Methodist Church in her home on \ woddir.fi were Mr and Mrs. John E. i Monday evening. Kav and daughter Janie of Mem-j Mrs. Billy Kine presided over phis. | brief business Fession anrt v;inoi Mr?-; Evelyn Jean Pi<-t> was ar-; Dicers made reports. MI*. Georj rompanied tn Memphis yes'.erday j Siilwpll presented Mrs. King hy her mother, Mrs, .), A. PIER. [ Miss PiUE: will represent punch boivl. d Courier NeM'5 Classified Ads with dinner a( ! Mrs. Uula Craig of Biplpy, Temi,. \va.«. guest of honor Sunday at a buffet luncheon fltfd family reunion si Ihe home of bor d.iujililcr. Mrs. R. F. Kcrhouirh, with 33 present. Red roses and Dutch iris used throughout (he hoint*. Pol- lowing the luncheon. Mothers' Day gifts were presented In Mrs, Cralff. Out-of-town juiests included Mr. and Mrs, R. T. Pnllnrd and son, RJley T., Jr., Mr. ond Mrs. K. B. Crihfielri, Mr. and Mrs. B. Rc- vierc, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Re- vlerp* and rislighter and Mr. nod Mrs. Clarence Craig, all of RIpley, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Cnilfr of Memphis, Mr. Rnrt Mrs. Van E. Re vicre of Union City. First Baptists Have Luncheon Meeting Women's Missionary Soc.irty ot the First, Baptist Church met yesterday nt the Church with a total present of 49 for a 1 pin. luncheon and regular business session and Royal .Service nm^i-am, Pol towing Ted King, (he hi helicon, Mrs. president, bpsjan meeting. Thp group rcprated the watchword anrt Mrs. J. W. RayrtP.r led a prayer, CJrcln One h<tri the prr>Rrnm, "Thp Mult.ltudns N T rcd Christian Homes" which was Ifrf by Mrs. Ijloyri Stick- a life membership pin WSCS will sponsor the church May 23. Mrs. Don IAH?, had charge of _ the pro«nun, "Wnat Is Thai in _ I Thine Hand?" The fcroup SRJIR and ftfr. and ,\fr.s. Clarence Craig all nf. ii'ore read scripture from Exndns rnemhrrs of the royal rourt MI; RlplRy> Mr nn( , Mrs Ed Crpl(? of j which wns followed by a poem by Mrs. Vats E. j Carver, read by Mrs. Liuz. . „ , _ ., 11 •* i "i. "vn.- u-. UUHJII v>n,. Others participatin" on the prn- .,„. and Mrs, Car] B M° xw ' p11 * i Mis. Joe Dillahimiv spent yes- Monroe C.rclP. I.nst ninhl she aUi lerd in Mcm])ms , vhpve she al , tended the tea d«nce Rt the Ten,:- tendcd the R hln , ch)b i nnch , O[1 nes.ce Club. Mr. and MM. J, A.; Rt Hotpl O:vvn , 0 as of hfir rt« r i qii m Cotton Cfirnival. She will Ruost of her uncle and PieK and Mrs. GeorRe Roland Green i will drive down tonight for the ar- 1 rival of the royal bArpe and l.o- j morrow nicht for the parade. \ Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Bunch and children spent the wpek end In Tuscnloofia, Ala., where they visited relative.?. Mr. and Mis. Elmer Morprm and daughter, Dehbie. accnmpanied MI?P ' Jane Shelton here from Guthrie. Ky., Irt-^l Thursday, whore they were (?ue.«.ts In the home of Mr. anrl Mrs, W. T. Shelton. Norfleet Graves also of Ouihrie arrived Saturday for the week end. Mtes Shel- were Mrs. Joe Strickland. Mrs. Jim Davis. Mrs. Cieor&e McGhehey and Mrs, Slilwell. Mrs. I.ut7, dis- with prayer, and Mrs. S. S. aleco, Mrs. Charles Ogan, and Mr, j Patterson, daughter of the hostess. Ocnn of Mrinphls. assistrri in sprving De.lphian ^ has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs, Roborl I. Thornpson enter- lains CJB, Chapter "D" of FED meetp with Mrs. C. S. Stevens for a 1 p.m. luncheon in her home at Gridcr. Mrs. A. fi. Reese f.s hostess to Town and Country Club. Mrs. Jes.sn M. White has meeting of Club Eight at her home. Thursday Mrs. Lynn Hughes is hosiers to La Nueve, fltythevflle Duplicate B r i d p e League meets at Hotel Noble,. Mrs. Atex Curtis eiiterlnins Kibitzers. The Jaycee.1 Cluh w&s the scene Saturday night /or a meeting ol the Variety Club. Hatt.s for the occasion M-ere Mr, and Mrs. Lynn Brown and Mr. and HOLES IN HIS HEAD-Jerry; Bymim, ft. of Fort Worth, Tex^s,( tins two holes in his head, but he Isn't complaining, The holes were drilled in his skull (n give support for H specially designed how which is helping lo correct, -Terry's curvature ol the spine. The unusual treatment, being given at Fort Worth HospilaV causes Jerry no pain. Mrs. .James NrbVmt. G\iosr.s includert Mr. a 11 rf Mrs. Worth Holder. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kncliler of DoU, Mr. and Mrs, E,ir) Wallers, and Mr, and Mrs. Tim Barnes of Memphis, Executive Friday bflarti of tht viJle Woman'."; Club mecLs st 2 p.m. folowed by n regular meeting at 2;.lf> p.m. mrm. Mrs, A- H. Hays pave a rirvo- Iru " y "" l " r we ^ (tliu - ' "^ ^ H«»«I « n n*^ ..«-,...„!„ D.M.v-r,.- } on find her K»fl*t-s returned Altar Society onal called "Heavenly and Mrs. VIctoriR Oilhort led pray- nr. Mrs. C. M Smnrt spoke on "Youth Looks al Parents.'' Mrs- Worlh H^'dtrr pirsent^rt a solo. "[x>rd Blew This House." which was tollnwrd hy "Homes Where MiRPtonarlos Wtrrp Prepared." nivon hy Mm. W. M. Williams. Mrs. Leslie Moore led pray or and rnnrbulinp the procram, Mr. Hay.s hrOMght a meriltalien. pevens. Mrs. J. r. Lnwson presented a devotional. Circle Four met in the home erf Mrs. A. S. Harrison wilh Mr.s- W. A. Dobyns. co-ho.sless. ^hlrlecn members were present jtndj Mrs. Vernon Thomason led a prayer Which was followed by reports. Mre, George Yates led the Bible ptudy, "Fatib, Hope Love," and she was assisted by Mrs, J. C7. Walters, Mrs. Dobyns, Mrs. Bob Logon and Mrs. Joe Beasley. Mrs. Leslie Hooper led prayer and following s business session, presided over by their chairman. Mrs, Thomasori, group prayer closed the raeeting. Mrs. Fred Sanrlelur was hostess to 16 members of Hie Circle Fivo with Mrs. Malcom Greenway he- Ing admitted as « new member, nnd Mrs. H, C. Holder a visitor. Mrs. James Carter led Bible tfudy and Mrs. G. W, DiUaVumty, Jr.. had the program, "Worship In the Home." Circle Six was entertained in the home of Mrs. Jess* M. While by Mrs. Alice Womack ftnd Mrs. R. C. Allen. Visitors included Mrs. White and Mrs. Raymond Fowlpr. Miss Jewel Smith led Bible study with the assistance o( Mrs. Doyln Election nf w*mfl new officers hold yMLerriaj- at a meeting of thfl Altar Society of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church R\ the school hall. Mrs. Robert Peterson rfl,<:igned as. secretary and treaJsurnr. , and Mrs. J. r. Montsndoti, who was vice president, was elected to secretary, Mrs. O. K. Jones was elected to vice president and Mrs. Martin TrcnVle. Ireasnror. The socioty hns decided to dis- banri Tor the summer following Hie men tins schfriuicd for Mny 2fi al Fol lowing each circle tuoctint?, the hos tosses served and Jced drinks. party foods A I' the Hospitals ftlythevlllf HoftpUiU Dismissed: Mary Lee Ungcrs, City Lonnlc. Davis, Cooter Wxllfl Hospital I)isuiissert:"V__' John H, "nolin. City Mrs. John R- Nelson, Cil.y the home of Mrs. B. F. McKlnnon in Manila. All mpmbers will mepl al 1.30 p.m. a( thp school hall Ixi- forn Eoinj^. Guthrie Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs- Ed warn* Roussrl announce the birth of their first child, a ROM, Saturday at the Wans Hospital. He has been named Lesley Hale. Mr. ajirJ Mrs Walter Rpiley leK today for Flint. Mich-, after beinp (he bou.se. gvrsts of her sister, Mrfl- Haymond Skipper and family. The Rev, nnrl Mrs T. E. Webb nf I Ada. Okla., who wcrn Ihp pupsts of | his sistor, Mrs. Jennie Craig, nnd j other relatives, returned home to- j day. - I Mrs. Charles McDaniel spent UIP i wppk end with hPr sort Bobby, who is a student a I. Druery College ftt Springfield. Mo. Mr. and Ml5. olan AJIi.snn ha\ r r . as thpjr guest.s Mrs. Martha Allison' ,)ot\OR and sou Robert nf Bsltimnre. Md. They came especially for the hacca laureate services Sunday in which her niece, Peggy Allison will pnrtfcfpalp. Mr. and Mrs. R,, F. KrrbouRh had as their Sunday guest* 1 ;. Mrs. Ker- boueh'.s mother, Mrs, Lnla Craig. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. T. Pollarri and son, Mr. nnd Mrs. K R. C.rihfipld. Mr. and Mrs. B .Reviere. Mr, and Mrs RIISSP)! 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