BLYTHEVILI.E (ARK,) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY/APRIL 19, 1944 MissBookhartToWed Tfie Rev. T. Stnythe Jr. Tlie engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Rebecca Harrington Bookhart of Helena to the Rev. Thomas Bennett Smythe Jr., of Blythevltle, was announced today by her parents, Mr," and Mrs. H. H. Bookhart, of Helena, The marriage will be solemnized Wednesday, May 3, at high noon In St. John's Episcopal Church in Hel-: eno, with -the Rev. Thomas B, Smythe Sr., of Blrdsboro, Pt, father of the .bridegroom, performing the ceremony. The Rev. Mr. Smythe came to Blytheville last July as rector of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church here and Calvary Episcopal Church in Osceola. • • • • Guests Attend'Meeting 5frs. J. D. Barksdale has hostess to members of'Maple Qrdve Cenie- iery Association' .when • she entertained yesterday afternoon at her country home'• near Armorel. Mrs. ,\V. Jf. Crowe of Huffman, presldant of the jorganization, presided at the business meeting, when plans (or,care:of,the cemetery,were made. The devotional-wns given by Mrs. Harold Thompson. A dessert' course ; .was served. Several • guests-were ' present for the meeting, including Mrs. 8. E. Vail, Mrs." Robert E. Lee Kinr, Mrs. Dick Webb of Mobile, Ala.; and Mrs. M. O. Hoeggen of Chicago, both guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb. ., *« • » Officers Are Elected At P.T:A. Meeting Mrs. Cody Eaton was reelected president of the Lange Parenl- Teaclier Association at a meeting held -yesterday afternoon at the school.-.Other officers reeletted were Mrs, \IV B. Mayo, flrst vice president, Mrs. George Ingruro, second vice -president, Mtss Betty Jane Martin, secretary, and Miss Eliza- beth'Halstead, historian. Mrs. O. O. Elklns.was elected treasurer, replacing Mrs. J. M. Walls, who resigned. ' ' Mrs. C, 'R.^Penn made, a talk on "American Music" and Mrs. Mayo read the president's message. Members of the Lange Girl Scouts, under .the direction of Blllie Sue Burks, presented the program, and ' Blllie Sue read a poem, "To Be A Girl Scout," written by her mother, Mrs. 'Guy Burks. Miss Halstead's room received the prize, for having the largest percentage of mothers present, and Mrs. Adolph Meyers received the door prize.' During the social hour, Girl Scouts served retreshinents of.cook- ies and iced drinks.' ' , ' * » t » Bridge Club Organized Miss Mary : Adah Robinson was hostess to members of Blythevllle'a newest bridge club, La Nueve Club, when she entertained last niht at her home. * Bouquets-of mixed Spring flowers were used to decorate the entertaining rooms of the house where bridge was played during the evening. High score prize, defense stamps, was awarded Mrs. Melvin Halsell with second high, won by Mrs, William Boyd. ' A dessert course 'was served, ^Organized by eight long-flme friends, • members of the club will meet each Tuesday night for an evening of bridge. Members of the club are Mrs. Halsell, Mis. Boyd Miss Robinson, Mrs. John R, McDonald;Miss Eugenia Crawford, Mrs Richard Bland Logan Jr., Miss Pat Wise, and Mrs. M. Neely Young. Birthday Party Given Virginia Snodgrass, daughter of Sergt. and Mrs. Ellis Snddgrass of 535 North-Sixth, celebrated her fifth , birthday Sunday afternoon when eight of Mr friends wefe Invited •• to spend the afternoon. Games were played for several hours and each young guest was presented with a balloon and candy as favors, ; . - . Refreshments of jello, arid birthday cake were served by Mrs Snodgrass. ' ~ -..*,• • Daughter. Born Yesterday Sergt and Mrs. Raymond PascoW announce the birth of ft daughter jesterday morning at Walls Hospital. The baby, their first child has been named Teresa Ann r;, 1 ?? %**%!* U the !ormer ' Mfc DUlcic Smith; .• ( .'..» « • Mrs. Terry Entertains Club Members and Guests Mrs. James Terry, who often plays bridge with members of the Double G Club, entertained members of that group-and several guests last night for an evening bridge party. Quests Included Mrs. J. E. Beasley, Mrs A Harman Taylor, Mrs. Spencer Alexander,- Mrs. James Lee Brooks, Miss Mary-Josephine Hall and Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard. : Tulips, .iris and other Spring flowers decorated the entertaining rooms of the house. High score prize was awarded Mrs -J. Farns McCalla and second • high : went to Mrs: Beasley. A. salad course was served < • • . Club, Guest Entertained :Mrs. C. W. Garrigan was a guest of Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr. jestcr- clajr afternoon when she was hostess to members of (he Tuesday -Bridge Club. < Tulips and iris formed a color-Jul setting for the bridge tablej arranged in the living loom. a - Mrs Rlley B. Jones received high _i*or£ prize acd Mr*. sewod A Family Dinner Party Honors C. E. Crigger Si. . C. E. Grigger Sr., whose birthday occurred yesterday was guest o( honor test night at a family dinner at the Crlgger home, 801 West Walnut Street. The 10 guests were seated at -.lie dining tflble, centered with a bouquet of mixed Spring flowers. Following the presentation of gifts, the evening was spent Informally. At the Hospitab Blyfhevllle Hospital Admitted- Elsie Sims, Dell. Dismissed— Jimmy Richard. Haytl, Mo. WaKi Hospital Admitted- Mrs. C. U Tyler, Luxorn. Dismissed— Vemlce Brisler Jr., city. Mrs, Lola Ennh," Armorel. • 'Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted- Ray filllwell. city. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted— Mrs. jack Oerdcnhire, Joiner. Memphis Methodist. Hospital Admitted— L. C. Shelton, Osceola. Missouri Bride Mrs. Holly Mack Brown wns before her recent marringe to Prlmte Brown, Miss Mary Ellen Dennis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dennis of Cooler. Private Browi), the sou of J. A. Brown and the late Mrs. Brown, also of Cooler, now Is stationed at Camp Roberts, Calif. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mi's. James Terry find children, Mike and Jane, will leave Monday for New York, where they plan to mnke their home ivhllc Lieutenant Terry Is stationed there with the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr., and Mrs. Bernard Oooeh apfnt today In Memphis. Mrs. J. D. McDowell returned yesterday from an extended visit with relatives in Mangrum, La Pvt Pvt. Joe T. Bnker, who has been stationed at Hunter . Liggett Military Reservation near " King City, Calif., 'since Feb. 1. hrspcridlhg his furlough'In Blytheville' .with Mrs. Baker nnd his mother, Mrs. Bel) Daker. Private Baker, who'Is In the Infantry, has sjent'several weeks on maneuvers Just'. prior to receiving his furlough. Pvt. and Mrs. Lonnle Smith, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. T. W. smith, left this morning for Homestead unj Miami. Fin.-Private and Mrs. Smith visited his mother In Burk Burnett, Texas, before com- ing here to spend a week with Mrs. T, W. Smith, who returned with them for a visit with her son, Floyd Smith In Miami., Mrs. Lonnle Smith Is the former Miss Loralne Smith of ijlyUieclllc.^ ' Mrs. Leone Hamilton and son, Paul Hamilton, and Larry French, Hallway Express agent here, have relumed from two weeks spent in Alexandria, La., where they were guests of Mrs. Hamilton's sister, W. M. Burns and daughter, Mrs. Jack O'Kcpfc, spent yesterday In Memphis attending to business. Mr. and Mrs, David Barton of Calron. Mo., spent today here as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. M. Burns. Pfc. Finis Hardy, who has been spending his furlough here with his mother, Mrs. J. W. Ifardy, was stricken i!l Saturday and removed to BAAP hospital where he now is a patient. Second Mate Melvin Crowe of the Maritime Service, leit yesterday for New Orleans after spending several days with his parents -Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crowe of Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Loy B. Etch and son, Loy Allen, relumed yesterday from Chicago where they spent several days attending to business. ..Mrs. Clyde Drane of Dyersburg, Term., Is-the guest for a week of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Adams and family. Mrs. John Foster entertaining, Double Four Club. I Thursday Contract Club meeting! with Mrs, O. K. Keck, FRIDAY Fidelis Class, First Baptist Sunday School, having pot-luck supper' at the church, 7 p. in. Chapter "N" of P. E. O. meeting with Mrs. Dixie Crawford, 4 p. in. C. B. C. club meeting with Mrs. O. O. Elklns. Mrs. C. F. Tucker entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs.- B. A. Lynch entertaining Mid Week Bridge Club. Mrs. H. C. BJankenshlp entertaining G. N. B. Club. Club Eight meeting with Mrs O. O. Poetz. As MOST WOMEN Know- It's The Litlle Things That Count. .< i VICTORY for America depends upon a lot of little things. 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