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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAYrFEBRUARY 9, 1958- Miss Millie Ann - Society News e Ann Mallory, Society Editor * Phone 3-4461 Program on Roses Presented At Eastside Garden Club A program on phases of a rose's life was given at East side Garden Club Tuesday when it met at the home of Mrs Dave Abbott with Mrs. Era Gotcher as co-hostess. Mrs. Iverson Morris was program leader with Mrs. Otto Bradberry, Mrs. B. A. Bugg, Mrs. W. J. Rodgers. Mrs. Alice Womack, Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, Mrs. W. O. Anderson, Mrs. K. A. Copeland and Mrs. Lee Stiles assisting. Mrs. Gertrude Holiman concluded the program by showing a film on roses. A.poem from the yearbook, read by Mrs. Bugg, opened the meeting with Mrs. Rodgers leading in prayer. Plans for a flower show In March were discussed with "Along the Hobo Trail," the theme chosen for the show. Visiting with the club members were Mrs. Maude Cassldy, Mrs. Charles Gray, Mrs. Buck Roush, Mrs. Elton Poster, Mrs. Johnny Buchanan, Mrs. Gene, McGuire, Mrs. Robert Thompson, Mrs. Jimmy Baughman and Mrs. Hulda Markham. Mrs. Milton Barrett became a new member of the club. In the social hour, Mrs. George McLeod, who is moving to Vienna, Va., was honored with a handkerchief shower. Mrs. McLeod, who acted as secretary, will be replaced by Mrs. Earl Damon. Dell Public Sdwoti Third Six- Week Honor Roll Announced DELL — Roy Littlefield, today announces the third six Those attaining the grades for the honor roll were Richard Castro, Eddie Dean Cole, Danny Skelton, Larry Waynne Poynor, Roger Parish, Billy Ray Ross, Waynne Floyd, Harland Zornes, Jr., Jimmy Stacks, Linda Armstrong, Gail Demetria Creecy, Cathy Rae Eoff, Bienda Ann Foster, Evelyn Galloway, Sylvia Ann Keener, Phyllis Watson, Donnie Mae Wighton, Lana Tanner, Nancy Iglehart; Annette Connell, Jeannette Connell, Frances Silvas, Clare Maynor, Carla. Walters, Robert Morris Houston, Jackie Geines, Sherry Morris, Mary Lou Parish, Shirley Williams, Sharon Loveless, Brenda Wilbanks, Ronnie Richardson, Miss Nichols Complimented With Shower A miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. W. D. Cobb Tuesday night complimented Miss Martha Nichols who will become the bride of Lt. l&omas L. Cooke of Marvell Sunday evening at First Christian Church. The bride-elect wore for the shower a pastel pink faille suit. Adding an attractive note to the costume suit were lace flared cuffs and the Dutch iris corsage, a gift from her hostess, which she pinned to her shoulder. Mrs. Ralph Nichols, a special gueat and mother of the honoree. wore a green cotton frock accented by touches of white at the neckline, fflie also was given a Dutch iris corsage. Adding a festive note to the table from which party foods were served was » bouquet of Dutch iris highlighted with pink carnations. Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. R. L. Dedman and Mrs. John Petty as- issted the hostess in entertaining. principal of, Dell Public Schools, weeks honor roll. Jimmy Healey, Frank Tate, Wanda Peeples, Debbie Russell, NicWe Farley, Tostle Cook, Linda P. Scroggins; Susan Littlefield, Teresa Beckman, Joan Crawford, Ricky Eoff Steve Stevens, Winifred Welborn Charles Armstrong, Magers Griffin, Bobble Day Hardin, Gloria James, Becky Mooney, Charles Sigman, Donna June Duncan, Louise Austin, Patricia Odum, Carol Ann Dyre, Carol Jeanette Skelton, Joe Iglehart, Mary Brown, Dlanne Tate Jerry Hughes, Edgar Stacy, Marie Barnes, Pat Edwards; Ronnie Griggs, Don Healey, Lar ry Long, Bobby Rosten, James Turner, Joan Cook, Sue Nickolas, Brenda Harris, Dixie Kay Lynn, Sherry Lee Wtlf, Billy Keener, Jim GUI Jimmy Lynn Tidwell,, Larry Douglas, Levon Stockton, Mataolm Griffin, Pat Phillips, Delois Floyd, Donna Kay Sanders, Mary Kay Stevens; Janice Russell, Paulett Wilf, Louice Ballard, Shirley Strawbrldge Mar}' Rogers, Selma Wilbanks Joyce Floyd, Louise Wright, Janet Donahue, Alma Stephens, Brenda Nicholas, Rachel Gray, Betty Blackmon; Larry Jackson, Linda Simpson, Elizabeth Tidwell, Jac queline Mayher, Shirley , BaRard Geraldine Duck, Jean 'Wllbanks; Frank Sigman, Larry Moody Linda Loveless, Glenwood Edwards Patsy Brown, Patty Bowers, Joycf Austin, Joe Naney, Patsy Burford Frances Garner, Ernest Perkins Gail Smith, Sylvia Bayrs, Dianne Buck, Ray Gulp, Alvie Jean Hall Shelby Richardson, Louise Shelton Loretta Sigman, Jlmmie Lou Will Elizabeth White, Carmellta Hinch and Carolyn Jackson, Dogwood HD Club Elects Mrs. Scrape Mrs. Mary Scrape was elected president of Dogwood Home Demonstration Club yesterday when the club held Its first meeting of the year at the clubhouse. Other officers to serve with Mrs. Scrape are Mrs. P. P. Parker, vicepresident: Mrs.'J. H, Burks, secretary; Mrs. Ira Koonce, treasurer, and Mrs. Clyde Webb, reporter. Retiring president, Mrs. J. O. Seratt, presided at the meeting yesterday with Mrs. Park giving the devotional and Mrs. Scrape leading in prayer. "Know Where Your Money Goes," was the program topic with all members taking part. Mrs. Norman Speck gave a demonstration on finishing of seams using a suit she is making as illustration. In the social hour, refreshments of coffee and cookies were served by Mrs. Parker and Mrs. Scrape. The next meeting will, be at the clubhouse Feb. 22 with Mrs. Speck and Mrs. Ben Craig as hostesses. MissSeeman / Mrs, Goodman To Sing at Club Carol Seeman and Mrs. Joe Goodman will be soloists tomorrow afternoon at the meeting of the Woman's Club. The 2 p.m. program will be preceded by a 1 p.m.. covered-dish luncheon. Mrs. Fields Hostess to Lone Oak Club Mrs. J. W. Fields was hostes Thursday to eight members o Lone Oak Home. Demonstratio: Club. The meeting was presided ove by Mrs. J. O. Huey with Mrs. Les lie Moore giving the scripture reac ing and Mrs. J. W. Walters th opening prayer. A reading entitled, "Are You ai Active Member," was given wit all members present taking part Mrs. Glen Alexander gave the sec retary's report. It was announced that the clu Will hold a bake sale Saturday. Secret friends exchanged gift, during the social hour after whict the hostess served refreshments GosnellHD Members Have Quilting Bee Twenty members of Gosnell Hom Demonstration Club held an old fashioned quilting bee at the hom of Mrs. Bancel Gentry Tuesda; with each member bringing a dist for a covered-dish luncheon. During the day, films were showr by Mrs. Jack Starts on the Rose Bowl Paj-ade which she attended i: January. The group also made plans for a chicken supper March 2. The lines and color of your win ter coat pretty well dicate the lines of the other clothes in your wardrobe. Nothing looks sillier than a bouffant red taffeta party dress peeping out from under a straight-lined brown wool coat. li the lines of your coat are simple and straight, keep all other clothes (even party dresses) simple and straight, too. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hawks, who _.ave been patients in Baptist Hos- )ital in Memphis, are now at their lome at 520 Madison. Mrs. Burett Lutes of Detroit, Mich., has been visiting the Lutes family here. While here she and the Lutes family visited Mrs. Molly Manuel In East Prairie, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lutes and children and Mrs. H. O. Wright have returned from Eupora, Miss., where they visited relatives. Miss Doris Bean, student at Ole Miss, will arrive home tomorrow afternoon to visit her mother, Mrs. •Ted Bean. She will have as her "he "Penny Maiden, also a student at Ole Miss. Miss Bean is coming especially to attend the wedding of Miss Sandra Long to Pat Smothermon Sunday afternoon. • Mrs. T. M. O'Hearn of Hannibal, Mo., has returned to her home af- .er a visit .here with her sister, Mrs. U. S. Branson, and Mr. Branson. Dr. and Mrs. Phil Deal are attending a convention in Chicago. Mrs. Taylor Turnbow of Leachville, mother of Mrs. Van Riggs of Blytheville, underwent surgery Saturday at Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Guy Trisler and children will leave Sunday to return to their home in Quoinset Point, R. I., after a visit here with her parents, Mr and Mrs. R. P. Kirshner. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moore lefl this morning for a three-week vacation to points of interest in Florida. Mrs. W. T. Barnett and her daughter, Mrs. Robert Reid, speni yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Barnett had as her over, night guest her sister, Mrs. Pau Luster of Osceola. Mrs. Luster wil also visit other relatives while here. Mrs. Billy King underwent an ap pendectomy yesterday at Blythe ville Hospital. She is in Room 301. Mrs. Langston Entertains Club, Others Meet Mrs. Cleo Langston yesterday en tertained Town and Country Clul at her home on Chlckasawba. Adding a note of spring to enter taming rooms of the home wer bouquets of snapdragons and whit< hyacinths. Mrs. Rupert Crafton was the onlj guest. Taking high scores in the game were Mrs. J. C. Ellis arid Mrs Langston. Other clubs meeting yesterda were Club Eight, Wednesday Bridg Club and Wednesday Night Bridg Club. Club Eight played at the hom of Mrs. Jesse White With all mem bers in attendance. Mrs. H. G. Partlow won his score, Mrs. White, second high, an Mrs. R. C. Allen, bridgo. Mrs. H. C. Sims entertained Wed ne.sday Bridge Club at her hom with a luncheon followed by " afternoon of bridge games. Playing with the club were Mrs Jesse Taylor and Mrs. Henry Hum phreys, who won second high i the games. High was taken by Mrs L. E. Old. The hostess used a Valentine mo tif in decorating her luncheon ta We. Mrs. Milton Barrett and Mrs Robert I. Thompson were guests last night when Miss Frances Bow en entertained Wednesday Nigh Bridge Club with a dessert-bridg at her home. Using the colors of Valentine, rei and white, the hostess decorate her home for the occasion. Prize winners were Mrs. Qeorg Green, Mrs. Thompson and Mrs Mary Clay Crawford. Bassett Church Group Has Meeting ' BASSETT — Fourteen member of vVomen of the Presbyteria: Church met for a general meetin Tuesday at the home of Mrs. E Bells. Mrs. Calvin Williams, president presided over the business sessio at which time plans were made fo a spaghetti supper which will b held Feb. 22 in Bassett with plate to be one dollar. A program on "Christian Pamil Life" was in charge of Mrs. W. B Burkett: BRIDE — Miss Diana Mary Houts, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Houts of Long Beach, Calif., recently became the bride of Peter W. oleman, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Coleman of Caruthersville. Peter Coleman Of Caruthersvilh Claims Bride CARUTHERSVULE — Miss Diana Mary Houts, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Houts of Long Beach, Calif., recently became the bride of Peter W. Coleman Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Coleman of Caruthersville, in a ceremony read by the Eev. George McDonald .t the Virginia Country Club in Long Beach. The bride wore an empire styled gown of ivory peau d'soie with a lace bodice. Her fingertip veil was fastened to a pillbox hat. She carried a cascade bouquet of orchids, lily of the valley and seed pearls. Mrs. Douglas White of Fresno, Calii., was matron of honor and Miss Virginia Houts was bridesmaid. Robert H. Coleman of Hayti was best man for his brother. After a brief wedding trip in New Orleans, the couple will move here to live at • 2055 East Stonewall Drive. Mrs. Williams Gives Review at Chapter D PEG Mrs. W. Marion Williams reviewed "An Episode of Sparrows," by Rumer Godden, yesterday when Chapter D PEO Sisterhood met at her home. Co-hostess for the luncheon-meeting was Mrs. Walker Baker. The 16 members were seated at the dining table for the two-course luncheon with an arrangement of spring blossoms forming the centerpiece. Placecards were In the Valentine theme. Mrs. James Roy presided at the business session with the report from the Record being given by Mrs. William Lawshe. Coming Events THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA of Trinity Baptist Church having sweetheart banquet at church, 7:30 p.m. Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church having social at nome of Mrs. Harold Brown, 1128 North Fifth, 8 p.m. Kings Daughters Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mrs. Lloyd Albritton, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Woman's Club having 1 p.m. covered-dish luncheon followed by j program on interior decorating' with Jane Mars of Memphis as speaker. Alpha Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi having Valentine Dance at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. Farris McCalla. Married Young People's Department of First Baptist Church having Valentine party at home of Mr, and Mrs. F. L. Wicker, 409 East Missouri, 7:30 p.m. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. G. O. Poelz. j First Grace Church having box supper, 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY | Young People of First Baptist Church having sweetheart banquet at church, 7:30 p.m. j Mr; and Mrs. Bill Hodge and Mr and Mrs.' Gene Lanham entertain- . ing Variety Club at Hotel Noble. | Duplicate Bridge League meet-! ing. i SUNDAY | Miss Sandra Long and Pat j Smothermon exchanging vows at I First Methodist Church, 2:30 p.m. Miss Martha Nichols and Lt. Thomas P. Cooke of Marvel! ex- j changing vows at First Christian j Church, 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Haralson Speaks To NCOWivesGub Mrs, Floyd Haralson spoke to members of Non-Commissioned Officers Club Wednesday night when the club met In the NCO Mess Hall at Blytheville Air Force Base. •Volunteer Work and Forming of a Gray Ladies Corps," was Mrs. Haralson's topic of discussion. In the business session the constitution and by-laws of the club were read and approved. Committee chairmen gave reports and two new officers were appointed. Those officers were Mrs. Marjorie Baker, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Joan L. Mulr, historian. It was announced that the organization will meet on the second and fourth Tuesday's of each month instead of the first and third as originally scheduled. Refreshments of cookies and coffee weres eryed during the social hour. Mrs. Williams LeadsGosnell WMU Program Mrs. Wlima Williams served as program leader Tuesday night for the program meeting of Gosiiell Women's Missionary Union. "God Save America," was the theme for, the evening when Mrs. Frances McMurray, Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Janice Gray, Mrs. Ruby Crawford, Mrs. Alice Lott, Mrs. Bachiel Hudglngs, Mrs. Frank Maxwell and Mrs. Christine Gentry took parts.. Mrs. Gladys Jones gave the devotional with Mrs. Gene Schultz and Mrs. Beulah Moody leading prayers. Mrs. P. E. Lucius led repeating of the watchword. Refreshments were served to the 16 members and four visitors. Teamsters Class Has Potluck Supper Tiatoiiin Uuiun Class of First Baptist Church held a potluck supper in the church dining hall Tuesday night. The supper was served from tables covered with white linen. Hunning the length of these tables were red streamers on which stood red tapers. To further the Valentine theme, white hearts Were placed along the streamers with red hearts being scattered along the cloths. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. BUI Banister, Mr. and Mrs. James Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson. Joint Meeting Held by Legion Groups When American Legion Auxiliary and Legionnaires held a joint meeting Tuesday evening a program on civil defense was presented with Jimmy Richardson as guest speaker. Legion Commander Floyd Tate opened the meeting by advancing the flag and repeating the preamble. Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, Auxiliary president, introduced the speaker. Following this joint meeting the Auxiliary held a brief business session. COVER-UP SCENE—Bare-bosomed dancers appear for the first Staan American ftlm-one version of H, that is. Two versions of "The Ambassador's Daughter" were filmed in Pans, France. This cabaret scene appears in both, but in one the girls are wearing "complete" costumes, as above. Censors will take their pick between the two versions. In center, above, are the Kesler tw,ns, well-known German dancers. Give Nails Their Due BY AUCIA HART NEA Beauty Editor Toenails can give a lot of trouble if they're not properly groomed. They never really look like a beauty asset, as do fingernails, however carefully they're done. But they can be disabling if they're neglected, so beware. They must be cut straight across to prevent the possibility of in- growing, a very painful condition. Don't attempt to do this with garden shears. If you don't have pro- per toenail scissors that are tough enough to do the job, buy a heavy- duty toenail nipper at the drugstore for a modest price. If your toen*ils are tough, and jagged after being trimmed! they should be filed and buffed to protect your stockings. Toenails are great dirt catchers. To get it all out, soak your fe«t in a basin or tub of hot water, soap and any bath product that's soft- ^ening. Then use the fingernail fil« to clean out the dirt. It's worth a visit to a foot doctor if you have repeated trouble with one particular nail. It may turn out to be your shoes or it may turn out to be an ancient splintet of nail that's causing the trouble. Dorcas Circle Has Program And Party An old-fashioned quilting party was held following the program meeting of Dorcas Circle of Beacon Baptist Church Tuesday. The circle met at the home of Mrs. Homer Porter. Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt led the opening prayer with Mrs. JackiRushing giving the lesson, "How We Should Dive." Mrs. J. J. Johnson led the dismissal prayer preceding the party This is the time to check over last spring's .wardrobe and decide or subtractions and additions. Last year's clothes have a way of carrying on in those clothes bags and getting themselves all wilted. So try them on to be sure they're still becoming. If they're not, gt rid of them. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Danny Ray Chisrn, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Prankie Willcut, city Mrs. Ed Townsend, city Mrs. James Warren and twins, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Jerry Clark, Rt. 1, Steele Mrs. Ola Phillips, city Mrs. Seville Evans, Rt. 1, Manila Henry McCain, city Mrs. Lennie Thorp, city Jerry Lee Phillips, city Feel bulky around the middle as the result of the joyous holidays? Now's the time to get streamlined again for spring fashions. Lose five pounds and look prettier. FINAL CLEARANCE Children and Teen DRESSES PRICE AND LESS Many Other Items at Very low Prices/ JIEDEL'S SPECIAL SHOE VALUES Smart New Styles From Hays! FAMOUS MELODY FLATS Comes in black or red. Smooth leather. Also pink, light blue and white. AA and B widths. 4 95 Famous Scamperoo Loafers Comes in black, brown or white. Soft smooth, supple leathers. AAA, AA and B widths. 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