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FJkOtFWl BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1958 MiM Millie - Society News - ;• An* Mollnru finciprv Eriitnr I Pho Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Berry Is Guest Speaker At Fkst Meeting of DAR Chapter! A glimpse of the Holy Land and other foreign places! was given by Mrs. Kendall Berry, gfcest speaker at a meeting of Charlevoix chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, yesterday at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Berry showed slides and told * some oi the highlights of the trip she and Mr. Berry took this summer. Mrs. C. L. McWaters Jr., Mrs. Aubrey Conway and Mrs. M. O. Usrey were hostesses Bits of News Wotl/y Phonal for the luncheon meeting, attended by 2!. Using a cotton theme, the T-shaped table had a centerpiece of stalks of cotton with silvered branches, arranged In a silver bowl at the base of the flags of the United States and DAR. Miniature bales of cotton were piled along the table center and bolls of cotton formed the souvenir place cards. Columbus Day and the recent observance of Constitution Week were remembered by the regent. Mrs. W. Marion Williams, and the National Defense chairman. Mrs. E. B. Woodson, with Mrs. George Pollock Jr., in charge of Constitution Week activities. Mrs. Paul Wilson became a member oi the chapter, transferring from a Cincinnati, O. chapter. Mrs. James Hill., who resumed active membership, was appointed chairman of American Indians com- .Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Mrs.. F. B. p vf -U r - inn p VnW<; Joyner and Mrs. M. O. Usrey were CAL( lUMye V UWi- appointed a committee for a vanilla sale. It was announced that members may bring guests to the meeting Nov. 8 when Mrs. T. P. Hughes of Jackson, Miss., and Memphis will show pictures and speak on "Down Memory lane at Rosalie." j Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend had ] as weekend guests their son, R. A. I F'iend Mrs. Friend and children ! o< Oxford, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. j I Dale Benrofi of Natchez, Miss.. | I and O. M. Morgan of Hot Springs.! | Mr. and Mrs. Friend left this] morning on a vacation to Lufkir.. Tex . Shreveport, La., Hot Springs, j Natchez ar.d Oxford. In Oxford | they wii! visit their son and attend j the O!e M:5s-University of Arkan- j Graham, son of NOVEMBER BRIDE- ELECT— In a ceremony to be sojemnizeed Nov. 5, Miss .Shirley Sheppard, daughter of .Mrs. Roy Sheppard and the late Mr. Sheppard, will become the bride of Dwaine E. Mrs. Charley Bransum sa 5 football game. I its. Anna Clifford and daughter, ivera Wrisht, and Mr. and Mrs. j I Tom WoLwy of Cape Girardeau ; along with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur | Wright of Detroit, Mich., have re| turned to their homes after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Prank Wolsey. It. and Mrs. Herbert DeWeese and son Mike of Hayti were guests las', r.izht of Mr. and Mrs. Mfillory and daughters. Mrs. D. A. Chapin of Springs. Mo., spent the pasi here visiting Mrs. Wyatt Henley. She returned to her home this morning. an d Mrs. liranam, S>r. Election of Officers Is Held When Circles of Trinity Baptist Meet Election of officers was held when circles of Trinity Baptist Church met Monday and last night. Circle One met with Mrs. E. c. Thompson wtth eig'jt members Mrs. L. G. Kenwright was , the program with sentence pray! er dismissing the group. Annie Armstrong Circle met at i Mrs. Idell Lowe with the closing prayer i Webb. being led by Miss Bonnie 178 Present At Sudbury PTA Meeting One hundred, seventy-eight parents were present last night when Sudbury Parent-Teacher Association held its first night meeting of the year. Group singing under the joint direction of Mis. Eddie Saliba and MM. Howaxl Besharse opened the meeting. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner served as program chairman. The program presented was on "Is It well With the Child in BchoolV" with Miss Turner answer- Ing questions asked by the audience. iiln. Harold Sudbury presided over the business session and announced that tickete were now available for the spaghetti supper being sponsored by the organization on Oct. 31, at the American Legion Hut. A report on the summer roundup was given by Mrs. Von Starnes. Room count went to Mrs. Tony Earner's second grade downstars. There was a tie upstairs between Mrs. Harry Sansom's fourth grade and Miss Alrna Peter's sixth grade. In the social hour, six grade mothers were hostesses. Patsy Bates, Charley Bransum Mrs. J. E. Parrish of Blytheville a - v -' willow!Engagement of Miss Sheppard it week | 'O O •"- *To Dwaine E. Graham Is Told Guests Present When Tri-Town Club Has Meeting , Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., Mrs. Walter announces the marriage of her i Da y Mrs. I. R. Coieman, Mrs. Jack daughter. Patsy Bates, to Charley [ Caudra and MJS. Charles Czechin The engagement of Miss Shirley {Catherine Sheppard, charge of the business session i the home of Mrs. Lucy Koonce with the opening prayer being led with five members and five visitors by Mrs. Bill Cocker and the devo- present. tional beino given by Mrs. Bill The group had a love puppy sup| cook. per and a Royal Service program I The closing prayer was also I charge of the program with Mrs. I given by Mrs. Cook. ! H. E. Van Cleve leading in prayer j Five "members and one visitor i and Mrs. Koonce conducting the were present when Circle Two met ] business session. at the home of Mrs. R. W. Willl-j The devotional was presented oy ams. Mrs. R. L. Adklnson opened the meeting with prayer with Mrs. Williams conducting the business j e sion. Mrs. Lois Gestring gave j the devotional. C.rcle three met at the home of Mrs. Sam Hall with seven members and two new members. Mrs. Idell Blackard and .Mrs. Ounter Murif, present. Mrs. Henry Berry led the prayer preceding the devotional given by Mr . Hall. Mrs. A. L. Richardson conducted the business session with Mrs. Marvin Kenwrighl. giving the closing prayer. Circle FoFur Mrs. J. C. Cherry led the opening pr. yer when Circle Four met at the home of Mas. Dovie McCann. Mrs. McCann conducted the business session and also dismissed j on -Adolescence." preceding the the group. ; regu i ar meeting. Mildred Matthew "—'" ™"' daughter of Mrs. Roy Sheppard of Blytheville and the late Mr. Sheppard, to Dwaine E. Graham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Graham, Sr., of Blytheville was announced today. wi:h rhe 17th Airborne Division. The wedding will be solemnized on Nov. 5, with plans to be announced later. Judge Deer Speaks at Dell PTA DELL—-Dell parent-Teacher Association met yesterday at the school with -45 members present. Judge Philip Deer was guest speaker and used as his topic, "Is It Well With the Child in the Home?" Airs. Deer conducted a study course at the home of Mrs. Einora swaf- Circle met; Thlrd grade chil(lren presented the devotional and in the contest prayer and Mrs. Gerald Adams presented ihe program. Mrs. Dorothy Russell gave the dismissal The bride-elect is the grand- i prayer. daughter of Mr and Mrs. George I Rose Marlowe Circle with five - - members and two visitors, Mrs. ford with eight members rpesent. j conducted among "the children for Mrs. Swafford led the opening | „„,„„ PTA memberships. Jimmy Lucy Missheppard is a graduate ofisheppard of Blytheville and Mrs. me chool and is now | Katie Garner and the late Mr. Roy Wanord and Mrs. Carol Bur- Bransum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Bransum of Blytheville Vows were exchanged Oct. 7 in Hernando, Miss., with the Rev. M. C. whitton officiating. The couple are now making their home In Flint, Mich. Mrs. Little Entertains GIB Bridge Club Mrs. Tom A. Little Jr., entertained members and one guest, Mrs. Tommy Sylvester, of GIB Bridge Club with a luncheon at her new home ye;U:rday. A Halloween motir was carried out in the decorations of the home with the luncheon . table being centered with a large pumpkin. Surrounding the pumpkin were miniature pumpkins and black cats. Orange tapers were also used. The bridge prize packages also carried out the tame theme. Winner;: were Mrs. Robert McGraw, high. Mrs. Harold Nilnn. .'|.>c- ond hii;h. and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, bridfa'o. The COURT WEAR-AII set for > hot set \t June Cl;nk, modeling « new IcnnU outfit at the Million*! Fabric V'MK m London. Created bjr ttaiifjncr Tcdrtx Tinline *» tong-loiso Unuiit drcu jMmo* MM Mod to ktMw MM) briefer iHw* MC* In tennfe Masterpoint Game Played ByBridgeLeague A five-table Howell masterpoint game was played last night by Country Club Bridge League. Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Mrs. H. C. Sims won first place with 61 '.i points. Second was won by Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. F. E. Black who had 67 points. With SO points Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin won third place. There was a tie for fourth between Mrs. Arnold Miller, Mrs. Georgia Bailey, Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Russell Phillip's who all had 58% points. Jr.. were all guests yesterday when Mrs. Russell H. Farr entertained Tri-Town Club with a dessert- bridge. The hostess used arrangemnts ot fruit and straw flowers i: of her home. Individual ti centered with budvases roses. The dining table held an att: tive arrangement of white winkle. Mrs. Bob Warren and Mrs. Czeschin were bridge winners. Blytheville High SL employed by Southwestern Bell | Garner of Blytheville. Telephone Company. Mr. Graham was graduated from Blytheville High School. He is now stationed at Fort Campbell, Ky., . The groom-elect is the grandson oi Mr. and Mrs. Max Krutz of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Graham of Blytheville. Building Fund Discussed at Dorcas Circle Plans were discussed for raising funds for the building project wher Dorcas Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jack Rushing. Eight members and one visitor were present for the meeting with Mrs. Bushing presiding. Mrs. Hodge led the opening prayer and the Rev. J. J. Johnson taught the mission study. The dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. Susie Benefleld. labie" Givup Has Study on American s holding; z -^ SS: ! Indian At Meeting in Garrott Home Love Group of First Christian Church met at the home of Mrs. J. P. Garrott last night to continue their study of the I neu, met at the home of Mrs. Gay- I lord Lewis. The business session was led by Mrs. Dean Boren. Mrs..Bill Co.ck- ran led in prayer and Mrs. Lewis gave the devotional. Mrs. Bonnie Eatmon presented Ruth Class Elects Officers Ruth Class of the Intermediate Department of First Baptist Church met at the home of Jerry Ann Boggs last night for a bust- ness meeting and election of officers. Mrs. C. M. Abbott, teacher of the class, presided. Officers elected were Miss Boggs, president; Becky Utley, secretary; and Jeannie Ellen Hood and Mary Alice_Caly, group leaders. In the social hour Mjss Boggs' mother, Mrs. E. L. Boggs, served a sandwich plate and iced drinks. Michael Boren Honored on Second Birthday , Michael Boren, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Boren, was honored with a party, given by his mother, on his second birthday Monday. The seven little guests spent the afternoon playing with Michael's toys. Refreshments of birthday cake. Ice cream and iced drinks were served. American Indian. In a brief business session preceding the program the group expressed their thanks to Mrs. Maurice Sales for furnishing flowers in the sanctuary of the church Sunday. These flowers were arranged in a large brass floral container recently purchased for the church. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe presided over this session and announced that on Oct. 25 members of the group are to bring clothing and packages for the United Church Women. Miss Louella Alley was in charge to help American Indians adjust to their problems. Tnose taking parts on the program were Mrs. Jerry Morgan and Miss Margaret Wright. Mrs. - T oe Watson of Chula Vista, Calif,, who is visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Whitworth, spoke on the Indians in Arizona and New Mexico. Mrs. Watson formerly made her home in these two states. The worship service was conducted by Mrs. Veunon Strickland, who used as her subject, "The Great At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: A. W. Hinson, Cooler Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. Lilly Aycock, city Mrs. J. M. Price, city Jimmy Quick, city Mrs. Harlon Parnell, Steele Jan Muffins, city- Mrs. Laura Merrett, Grenada, Miss. Walls Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. Jimmy Brock and baby, city Jeanette Simpkins. city Mrs. Oclell Middleton, and baby. Dell Willie Payne, city Calvin Silmon, Steele selling Lynn Tidwell won first and Crawford, second. Room count winners were the sixth and third grades. Third-grade mothers were hostesses in the social hour. The Rev. Annual Parents Night Held By BHS PT A Annual parents night was held last nishi when Blythevlll* High School Parent - Teacher Association met with 125 attending. Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., was In charge of the business session with Mrs. D. E. Wimberly serving at program chairman. Mrs. R. It- Johnson gave (tie devotional. Special music was rendered W the BHS swing band under the direction of Robert Lipscomb. Depicting a teen-ager, Mrs, O. E. Quell- malz gave, the history of the PTA organization. Following the program, > school day schedule was followed by the parents with each parent visiting hla stdents rooms and teachers. During each student's study hall period refreshments were served with Mrs. I. R. Coleman in charge. Mrs. Monaghan Elected Head Of Church Class Mrs. Matt Monaghan was elected president of the Mary Martha Class of First Baptist Church when It met at the Monaghan home for i. business meeting and covered-dish supper Monday night. Other officers elected were Mrs. R H. Arensmeir. vice-president; Mrs. Maude Cassidy. secretary, and Mrs. O. K. Waddy, treasurer. Group 1 captains are Mrs. Fielder Peery, Mrs. Henry Oargis and Mrs. O.. W. Davis. Mrs. Monaghan gave the invoca- . tion preceding the meal which was Jesse Holcomb gave the closing | serv ed from a table centered with prayer. an arrangement of vivid fall flow- PTA members in Parkin today to attend the district meeting are Mrs. John Miles Miller, president; Mrs. Glenn Cook, vice-president; Mrs. Arthur Penter, secretary, and Mrs. Russell Gill. Coming Events wit* Steele Class Entertained In Burns Home Here Mrs Leon Burns entertained ~ —- - members of Bowen Bible Class of; p.m. preceded by executive board THURSDAY Mid-Week club meeting Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Duplicate Bridge Leagus meet». Altrusa Club meets. Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Betty Crocker. Burdette PTA meeting at. . 5:30 Steele Methodist Church at her at 2 p.m. home here Monday night. Mrs. Burn's mother. Mrs. Hattie . . Rutledge, is a member and president of the class. Mrs. Burns is also a frequent visitor of the class. Mrs. Christine Goodman, teacher of the class, presented the program with' Mrs. Erma Martin giving the devotional. Closing prayer was led by Mrs. Edna Dawson. Woman's FRfDAT Club having 1 p.m. The group presented Mrs. Burns i 8 p.m. covered-dish luncheon. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet- to?. Cotillion Club having dance at 9 p.m.. Hotel Noble. Dance will be preceded by business meeting at of the program on "Bridges Be- j Spirit, Creator of Mankind." tween Two Worlds." This program j Missionary benediction closed with a gift of milk glass. There were sixteen members and ___ , i three visitors, Mrs. Dawson and Garrott u=eci vivid shades of fall 1 Mrs. Bell King of Steele and Mrs. flowers to decorate the entertain- j Jack vowel! of Blytheville, present pointed out the specific projects sponsored by church groups, government ahd the Indian CouneHs- In the social hour refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. ing rooms of her home. Another guest of the group was Mrs. Wade Wrighf'of for the party. Refreshments of cake, coffee and iced drinks were served. Found Only at Whirsitr's fashions yo*r favorite knit so lovingly? Right to the ray bvtton . . . full-fashioned and bond-loomed . . . New Cromwell collar with matching cuffs . . . Flared skirt you can take in atntie . . . K! 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