PAGE TVTO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 14, 1954 Society News llnrv S/vi^tv Editor t MiM Millit Ann Mailory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 FASHION REYIEW PROPS — Mrs. Jack Cuadra, Mrs. Kernper Bruton and Mrs. James Lee Brook* (from left to right) are shown working on the Cathedral window to be used for the wedding party in "Fantasy of Fashion," next Tuesday night at the high school auditorium at 8 p.m. (Courier News Photo) Auxiliary To Appear on Channel Five Mri. Ben W. Harpole, Jr., Blytheville Junior Auxiliary President, will be interviewed over Channel Five Club on WMCT tomorrow at 12:30 when she will describe the Child Welfare Activities of the Auxiliary and will invite viewers to attend the benefit fashion review next Tuesday night. Other Junior Auxiliary members who will be guests on the television program are Mrs. Blan Heath, chairman of this years feshion show, Mrs. Harry A. Haines, . cochairman, Mrs. I. R. Coleman. decorations chairman and Mrs. R. E. Green who assisted on the programs and ads committee. This review will be staged Sept. 21, at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Trinity Circles Have Meeting The Jewel Abernathy and Evelyn Stanford Circles of the Trinity Baptist Church met at the church yesterday for an all-day state mission program and covered dish luncheon. There were 14 members present. . Mrs. R. W. Wooten presided over the business session and the devotional was given by Mrs. C. E. Parks and Mrs. L. G. Kenwright. Mrs. D. A. Priest was in charge of the program with members of both circles participating. Mrs. Herman Adair dismissed the group with prayer. The Marion Cook Circle One met with Mrs. Luther Robinson last Rebekah Lodge Conducts Meeting The Blytheville Rebekah Lodge 18 met last night at the IOOP Hali with Miss Ellen Moore, Noble Grand presiding. The initiatory degree was conferred on five candidates and plans were completed for the group to participate in the cotton picking parade and to have a concession at the fair. Members who are to attend the conclave of the IOOP in Shreveport, La., Oct. 10, displayed their part Methodists Begin Study Course Here night with eight members and one visitor present. Mrs.. Lois Gestering opened the meeting with prayer and the devotional was given by Miss Donna Bohannon. Miss Bohannon also was in charge of the program. Mrs. Bill Cook dismissed the group with prayer and the hostess served refreshments. Members of the Mildred Matthew Circle met with Mrs. Walter Falloway last night with 14 members present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Alvin Pritchard and the devotional was given by Mrs. Faltoway. A Royal Service program was* given with Mrs L. D. Marr, Mrs. J. D. Eatmon, Mrs. Carl Tate, Mrs. Bobby Webb, Mrs Ernest Walker, and Mrs. Pritchard taking parts. Mrs. Dean Boren dismissed the meeting with prayer and refreshments were served by the hostess. Installation Service Held by Rainbow Girls A public installation of the Rainbow Girls was held last night at the Masonic Temple. Installing officer, was Miss Anita Sue Oldham, pas'tworthy advisor, who was assisted by Miss Gailya Stilwell, installing marshall, Miss Patty Scott, chaplain; Gracie Owens, secretary; and Miss Judy Middleton, organist. Officers installed were Miss Kay Blackard, worthy advisor; Miss Pat Speck, associate worthy advisor; Miss Janice Johnson, charity; Miss Martha Bartholomew, hope Miss Jan Mullins, faith; Miss Scott, chaplain; Miss Carolyn Crafton, drill leader; Miss Deenya Blankenship, love; Miss Pat Hurley, religion; Miss Janoel Smith; nature; Miss Linda Cullom, immortality; Miss Marsha Blackard; fidelity; Miss Judy Reagan, patriotism; Miss Mary Ann Stout, service; Miss Erby Lynn Hodge, confidential observer; Miss Martha Huddleston, outer confidential observer; and Miss Sandra Foster, musician. Miss Scott, out-going worthy adviser, presented the. group with a white Bible engraved with the Rainbow emblem to be used in installation services. Miss Scott also holds the Grand Fidelity office in the state chapter. Following the installation service, a reception was held in the recreation hall. The table from which party foods were served was overlaid with an Italian lace cloth and centered with a crystal and silver epergne holding garden flowers. Silver candelabra molding- green tapers flanked this arrangement. Miss Blackard and Miss Scott presided at' the table. RAINBOW OFFICERS — Miss Pat Speck, associate worthy advisor, and Miss Kay Blackard, worthy advisor, (top row left to right), Miss Janice Johnson, charity; Miss Jan Mullins, faith and Miss Martha Bartholomew, hope, (from left to right, bottom row) were installed last. night in a Rainbow Girls installation at the Masonic Temple. tenan Circles Meet InMembersHome The Women of the Church of the Presbyterian Church met in circles esterday afternoon. Circle One met with Mrs. Jack Webb with 14 ' members and one new member, Mrs. Jerry Hord, present. Mrs. J. E. Dicks opened the meet- ng with prayer and the Bible study was given by Mrs. George Dillahunty. Circle Two met with Mrs. Carroll Blakernore with Mrs. F. B. Joyner ::o-hostess. There were 10 members present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. W. A. Dobyns' and Mrs. R. L. Johnson gave the Bible study. Circle Three met with Mrs. Ross Stevens with 12 members present Mrs. Zal Harrison opened the meeting with prayer and the Bible study was given by Mrs. C. M. Gray. Circle Four met with Mrs. Jess White for a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Alice Womack was co-hostess. There were 13 members and two guests. All's. Vernon Thomasson and Mrs. W. C. Leggett, present. Mrs. White opened the meeting with prayer and the Bible study was taught by Mrs. S. E. Tune. Circle Five met at the home of Mrs. Fred Sandefur with Airs. D. E McCaskill co-hostess. There were 18 members present. Mrs. J. E. Carter led the group in prayer and Mrs. Mike Simon gave Bits of News tlu I er6ona.f 061 Miss Juanita Ferguson has pledged Pi Beta Phi social sorority at the University of Alabama where she is a freshman. Miss Ferguson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, F. B. Joyner is attending the monthly meeting of the Arkansas Real Estate Commission in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Graham Partlow have returned from a honeymoon spent in New Orleans. Mr. Partlow will leave this week for Camp Chaffee for re-assignment. Walter Rosenthal is spending several days in St. Louis on business. • Ike Miller, who has been a patient in Chickasawba Hospital, was removed to his home yesterday afternoon. Condition of Billy Colston, who underwent an appendectomy at Chickasawba Hospital last night, is reported to be satisfactory. He is in Room D-21. Mrs. Robert Purvis and Mrs. Grace Wilks were called to Sikeston over the week end due to the death of their cousin, W. W. Lank- forr' They were joined Sunday by Mr. -and Mrs. Allen Pickard and son, Will Allen, Frank H. Webb of Hernando, Miss., and Mrs. Thad Caraway of Memphis." 1 'Mr. Lankford was the nephew of the late Mrs. John Webb of here. Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mrs. R. J. McKinnon of Manila left last night for Chicago where they will spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley A. Angel announce the birth of a son, Sept. 6, at the Blytheville Hospital. The baby has been named Wesley Terra. Mrs. Angel is the former Miss Mary Catherine Lane, daughter of Mrs. J. Terra Lane. Mrs. J. F. Brownson, president of the Fifth District of American Legion Auxiliary, is attending the fall conference at Little Rock. Mrs. Lois Lenski, author of "Cotton in My Sack/' is here gathering material for a book "Boat on the River." She interviewed the children in Mrs. B. B. Wilson's class Friday at Luxor a. .George Stanfield left Sunday for St. Louis where he will enroll as a freshman at St. Louis University. ;he Bible study. Mrs. Herman Carle;on was in charge of the program. Circle Six met at the church last light with Mrs. Doyle Turner and VJiss Lois Fields hostesses. There vere 11 members and two guests, virs. Harvey Kidd and Mrs. Dillahunty, present. 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