The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 29, 1954
Page 4
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FOOT BLYTHETILLE (ARK.)' COTJItlElt WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER,», 1954 Society News illnrv Snrietv Editor * HIM Millie AHB Mallory, Society Editor Phon« 5-4461 Wedding Plans Are Announced By Miss Rodgers Miss Peggy Ann Rodgers of Lux- ori who will become the bride of Leroy A. Boatwright,Jr., of Holly Springs, Miss., Saturday afternoon, today announces her wedding plans. Miss Rodgers is the daughter of M£.-and;; Mrs. Marshall Huit Rodgers of Luxora and Mr. Boatright is-the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Boatright, Sr., of Holly Springs, Miss. The couple will exchange .vows in the Luxora Methodist Church at 5| p. - m. Saturday with the Rev. W. L. Diggs officiating at the ceremony. Mrs. Gene Turner of Memphis will serve Miss Rodgers as matron of honor and Mrs. Reba Callahan of Memphis will be bridesmaid. Edwin"v Greene, TH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greene. Jr., of Memphis, wiU serve as ring bearer. Mr. Boatrigllt will serve Ms son AS best- man. Ushers will be Toulman Boatright,' Bill Leslie and Roland Cochran. of Holly Springs, Miss. Immediately following- the ceremony, the brides' parents will entertain with a reception in the basement of tae church. Fidel is Class HasElection Of Officers The Fidelis Class of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Carl Wallace Monday night with 11 members present. In the business session, officer for the coming year were elected Officers elected were Mrs. Ear Walker, president; Mrs. Thoma Bogun, vice-president; Mrs. E. T Hubbard, secretary and treasurer Mrs. W. p. Reeves, Mrs. H. C Blankenship, Mrs. M. F. Griffing and Mrs. Josephine Rollison, grou] leaders. Mrs. Hugh Gurley gave the devotional and the group was • dis Jeffries. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostess served a salad course and iced drinks. Miss Rodgers Complimented Mrs. Metcalfe Honored With Stork Shower Mrs.' Robert Metcalfe was guest of honor last night at a stork shower given in her honor by Mrs. Robert Huff and Mrs. Dan Surge at the Huff home. Winners in. the games played were -Mrs. Lloyd His* and Mrs. Elmer Clark. Bouquets .of bluft ageratum were used throughout the entertaining looms and on the television a Mother Goose Book was arranged with animals "on ribbon streamers extended from it.-, Mrs. "Metcalfe was presented a novelty corsage from her hostesses. Refreshments ol individual cakes and coffee-were served the guests oa initialed plates and favors of storks were placed on the plates. Tri-Town Bridge Club Has Meeting Mrs. James Lee Brooks entertained members of": the Tri-Town Club atiher home yesterday afternoon. ' Mrs. Jack. Cuadra and .Mrs. R. E. Green were guests of the group. Winners in the games were Mrs. Russell Farr and Mrs. James Ter- ,ry. Arrangements of roses and zinnias were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Preceding the bridge games the hostess served a dessert: course, " Miss Peggy Rodgers - of Luxora. who will exchange vows with Leroy A. Boatwright, Jr., of Holly Springs, Miss., Saturday atfernoon was complimented last night with a miscellaneous shower by Mrs Allen. Rushing. Arrangements of roses and yellow mums were used throughout the" entertaining rooms and the table from which party foods were served was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with, a crystal basket holding White pom-poms. In the games played during the evening winners were Misses Jewel and Pearl Lee, Mrs. Logan Rozelle and Mrs. Lem Stanford. Miss Rodgers wore for the occasion a tan cotton dress with a tucked bodice and full skirt. She wore black accessories and was presented a white carnation corsage. . •• „ • : ;" ; ' .-;'-.•' Mrs. N. H. Rodgers, mother of the bride-elect, was a guest of the group. Dell Group Has Meeting The Jewel Abernathy Circle of the Dell Baptist Church met Monday afternoon at the - home of • Mrs Grady Wilkes with eight members and two/visitors present. Mrs. Will Morgan opened the meeting with prayer and gave the devotional, Mrs. C. H. Morgan was in charge of the program. Those taking part on the program were Mrs. C. F. Floyd, L Mrs. W. L. Dyre, Mrs. C. H. Morgan and Mrs. Beulah Wliaiey. Mrs. C. A. Smith dismissed the group with prayer. At the conclusion of the program., the hostess served refreshments and the group exchanged gifts and revealed then- "secret pals." Mrs. Manser Entertains Sorority Here Mrs. Walter Manser entertained members of the Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi last night at her home. used throughout the entertaining rooms. In the business session, plans were made for. a bam dance to be held next month. In the bunco games, winners were Mrs. Harold Wood, high, Mrs. Andy Moses, second high, a dessert course was served. Mrs. Wallace Smith was a guest of the group. CIB Bridge Club Conducts Game Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., entertained members of the CIB Bridge Club last night at her home. In the games, winners were Mrs. Robert McGraw, high, Mrs. Joe McHaney, "second high and traveling prize, and Mrs. TJthq Barnes, bridge. The entertaining rooms where the guests were seated were decorated with bouquets of roses.' At the conclusion of the games, the hostess served a dessert course. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Turley Jr.. of Little Rock announce the birth of a son, Sept. 17. The baby who has a sister, Nona Gay, has been named Charles Ellis Turley m. Mrs. Turley is the former Miss Mary Delphia Ball of here. John F. Lenti entered the Baptist Hospital in Memphis this afternoon where he will undergo surgery. Mrs. John Till of Wardell is the guest of Mrs. John Harmon. Mr. and Mrs. James Barksdale attended the graduation exercises of the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Memphis Monday night. Dr. Carson, Miss., U. N. Nichols of brother-in-law of NN Bridge Club Has Meeting The NN Bridge Club was enter tained last night by Mrs. J.'L. West brook., Jr. Mrs. G. A. Hines was a guest o the group and bridge winners wer Misses Ramona Crafton; high, Betty Nell Holland, second high^ an Betty Ann Harber, bridgo. conclusion of the' games. Coming Events Wednesday Mrs. W. E. Cherry entertains 'th TLE Bridge Club. Members of St. Stephen's Epis copal 'Church have potluck suppe: at Parish House at 6 p.m. Thursday The Chillion Club meets with Mrs E. R. Jackson. Mrs. Alex' Curtis entertains the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertains the La Nueve Club. The Lottie Moon YWA of the Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Friday Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Vdtrs. W. W. Watson at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. J: W. Dolen is co-hostess. Chapter N of PEO meets with Mrs. John Caudill at 2 p. m. LHE Club meets with Mrs. Harvey Dorris at 8 p. m. Gracefully styled—fully flexible soft-as-a-glove-suede fetoft-riflif fcr fal »ad winter Black Suede $1195 Black Calf 10 95 Mrs. Barksdale, received the "Golden T" certificate for 50 years of service in medicine at this graduation. Mrs. N, W. Kyle is in Houston, Tex., to be with her daughter, Mrs. Tommy Cotter, who was stricken with polio the latter part of last week. C. W. Afflick returned yesterday from Battle Creek, Mich., where he has spent the last three weeks at the Battle Creek Sanatarium. «Mrs. S. S. Patterson, Mrs. Perry Darby, Mrs. Mary Hallmark, Mrs. Carson Alley and Mrs. O. O. Hardaway were in Jonesboro yesterday where they, attended a luncheon at St. Mark's Episcopal Church parish house. They went especially to hear Dr. Ram, who works in a nursery for underprivileged children in New Delhi, India. Dr. Ram's husband is president of St. Stephen's College in New Delhi. Bridge, Canasta Party Given for Alpha Delta Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was entertained w,ith a bridge and canasta party in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble last night by Mrs. Ronald Geary and Mrs. Ucho Barnes. • A business session was conducted by Mrs. Mary Watson. The table where the gifts were displayed was centered with an arrangement of cotton stalks, cotton bolls, white fern and figures in white net formals in a green styro- foam base. In the bridge" games, winners were Mrs. Lucille Watson, high, Mrs. Jess Horner, second fiigh, and Mrs.-Johnny Edwards, bridge. Canasta winners were Mrs. Lois Driver, high, and Mrs. Orlie Park- erj second high. Preceding the games, the hostesses served a dessert course. Guests of the group were Mrs. R. W. Graves and Mrs. Juanita Morgan of Osceola. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Gary Montgomery, Manila Douglas Maughn, Cooter Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Zack Wilson, city John Anderson, city Bill Harding, city Shirley Landrum, city Mrs. Robert Thompson; 'City Mrs. Viola E. Spears, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. William L. Alexander and baby, Manila Mrs. Ernest Morris and baby, Rt. 1,. city Burr Porter, Dallas, Tex. A new "undercoater primes immediately, sealing 'surfaces, allowing for a second finish coat of paint to be applied about 30 minutes later, according to manufacturers. Annie Armstrong Circle Meets in Koonce Home The Annie Armstrong Circle of the Trinity Baptist Church met with Mrs. Max Koonce last night; There were .seven .members and one new member, Mrs. Porter Vliller, present. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword followed with prayer". by Mrs. Grace Caldwell. The devotional was' given by Mrs. Raymond Dickerson and Mrs. F. L. Wicker presided .over the business "session. The group was "dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Miller and the hostess served refreshments. Country Club Bridge League Conducts Game A seven-table Mitchell scramble movement was played last night by members of the Country Club Bridge League. Mrs. McCutchen and Mrs. Russell Phillips were first with 109^ points and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Alta Cameron were second with 97 points. In third place were Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. E. B. Gee with 95 points. Marriage Licenses The following couples have received marriage license form the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Hershel Chism of Augusta, Ark., and Bertha Mae Sterling, of Judsonia, Ark. Dulen Medford Fulks and Befctye Jean Mullins, both of Blytheville. Tuesday Canasta Club Honors Mrs. Elkins The Tuesday Canasta Club was entertained by Mrs. Eddie Burks yesterday. Miss Rosa Schuneritsch was high score winner, Mrs. o. O. Elkins, second, and Mrs. Paul Byrum, low. Red roses were used in the entertaining rooms. In the social hour a birthday gift was presented to Mrs. Elkins by the. group. A salad cours* was served by the hostess. Be careful when using "kitchen plastics. Not .only when they melt when exposed to excess heat, but 'certain plastics are inflammable. Portraits of Quality The Child Art Studio Blytheville Po 3-8666 Octave Club Meets At Kazorback Here - Members of the Octave Club were entertained last night by Mrs. William Bear at the Razorback. Mrs. R. A. Gary won high and Mrs. Fred Davis, a guest of the group, won second. Preceding the canasta games, a salad course was served. COSTUME JEWELRY Necklaces - Earrings - Bracelets King Cotton Dollar Days Thurs., Fri., &Sat. Closeout! During your daily housekeeping rounds, take a soapy cloth along to wipe the children's fingermarks from the doorknobs. 114 W. Main the pretty pump with the September Glamour that Long-lived ensemble that reflects good taste f $«OI WITH THf BfAUtiFL **ppk to wear. Mode &#x comfemohon losfe wife *e toot two w4d*K$ MWOWV to pravide no •o pinch, perferf fc •lyoMrtMact H hoi that ««rtain somt-twng! The I in*, tht detail it both feminine and sophisticated, ';.. ' : .; •/•.;..'. th* toting of fashion U dtiivtd from th* Fr§nch.-.butit*fl*ntl*fitk purt Johanstn, of eourstl CHARCOAL GRAY SUEDE point op Fanfare crepe ensemble that makes it a point to take yo« Ihrv autom* »*gh» to* At koUcfoy*. • wooderfwl with or without jacket, in wMttr navy, plum. Mock. Attend 1 the National Cotton Picking Contest BEAUTY REVUE Thursday - 8:00 P.M. — High School Auditorium ^^^•^Ks^nes^^^^E^Bi^M.-..-—. f\ I I I I f FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Mom Phon. 2-2342

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