PAGE TWO BLTTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER KFWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1958 - Society News — a Ann \1ullnrv Sfu>i«tv RHitnr ' Phfl Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss June Samaha Miss Samaha of New York To Wed Lt. Hamra of Steele Mr. and Mrs. John Nasif Samaha of Bronxville Manor, N. Y., announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss June Samaha, to Lt. Sam Farris Hamra, Jr., United States Army, son of Mr. and Mrs.' Sam Farris Hamra of Steele. Bits of News IlloMu f-^erional Mr. and Mrs. William E. Raspberry announce the birth of their first child, a son, at Chickasawba Hospital Tuesday. The baby .has been named William Kent. Mrs. Raspberry is the former Ruth Krech. Billy Hyde underwent an appendectomy this week at Chickasawba Hospital. Bud Wilson is undergoing treatment at Baptist Hospital in Memphis. His wife is there with him and Mr. and Mrs. jess Homer are in Memphis to visit him today. Condition of Mrs, O, E. QuelJ- who underwent surgery Monday at Chickasawba Hospital, is satisfactory. She is in Room C-5. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gill will spend the weekend in Chattanooga, Tenn., as guests of their son, Max Gill, and family. They will be joined there by their .daughter, Mrs. G. N. Robinson, Mr. Robinson and son f Billy, of Pensacola, Fla. F. B. Joyner returner Wednesday from Little Rdck where he had spent several days attending to Real Estate Commission business. Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Utley will return today from Memphis where Dr. Utley has been attending the Medical Association Miss Samaha was graduated from the Eastman School of Music of the University of .Rochester, where she majored in voice and was elected to membership in Mu Phi Epsilon, national honorary music sorority. Lt. Hamra is an alumnus of Gulf Coast Military Academy and the University of Missouri, where he was a member of Kappa Sigma national social fraternity. . He is stationed at Fort Meade. Md., and plans to continue his studies at the University of Missouri Law School in the fall. An Easter .wedding is planned by the couple. Birthday of Father of Our Country Used as Decorations for Ladies Day The birthday of the Father of Our Country, George Washington, was used as decorations yesterday when Ladies of Blytheville Country Club held their first Ladies Day of 1956 at the club. A note of spring was also added to the club by arrangements of yellow gladioli and red roses. As each guest arrived • they were presented Mrs. Shouse Honored with Layette Shower Mrs. J. W. Shouse, Jr., was honored with a layette shower last night when Miss Barbara Carter entertained at the home of Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton. __ Seventeen guests attended the shower. Gifts were displayed on a table which was covered with a blue cloth overlaid by a white lace cloth. Centering the table was an arrangement of pink gladioli highlighted by white chrysanthemums. Mrs. Shouse was presented a white chrysanthemum corsage tied by pink a silhouette of George Washington. The registrar's desk was designated by an arrangement of yellow gladioli with the same arrangement along with those of red roses being placed around the ballroom where the luncheon was held. On the mirror, above the fireplace mantle, a large silhouette of President Washington was used with the mantle being banked with trailing ivy. Glowing in the ivy were white tapers. The green wrought-iron glass top H-shape luncheon tables held white tapers in wrought iron candleholders. The tapers were based with lacy ruffles. On the head table a stemmed milk glass bowl held a mass of vivid red carnations. Door prizes of black waste baskets decorated with silhouettes of George and Martha Washington were awarded to Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. B. B. Goodman, Mrs. L. Berry and Mrs. Robert Killian. Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt served as chairman of hostesses with Mrs. M. J. Cuadra, Mrs. Bernard Gooch, Mrs. Jack Pinley Robinson, Mrs. and blue streamers by her hostess. Alvin Huffman, Jr.. Mrs. Alex Hill, In party games played Mrs. J. W. j Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Jr., and Mrs. Shouse, Sr., and Mrs. Earl Dazey 11. R. Coleman assisting her. were winners. An out-of-town guest was Mrs. L. R. Brownlee of Joiner, mother of the honoree. A dessert course and coffee was Served by Miss Carter. Mid - South meeting. Among those from Blytheville in Marianna tomorrow to attend a Youth Rally for Christian Church of Eastern Arkansas Area will be Rene Hays, Mary Clevenger, Mike Terry. Danny Petty. Billy Sam Hanley, Davis Cobb, Marcile Taylor, Ricky Dedman. David Burnett, Boyce Freeman Moore, Susan Moore, Bill Bruton. Jim Clevenger, John Robert Stovall and Luther Gray. They will be chaperoned by the Rev. James Rainwater and adult leaders, Lt. Dick Lauer and George Clark The three adults will serve on the faculty at the rally. Junior High School Semester, ThirdSix- Week Honor RollTold The semester and -third six-weeks honor rolls for Blytheville Junior High School was announced today. Attaining an A average for the semester were Jerry Boggs, Lucy Caudill, Harding Cure, Ann Fitzgerald, Sue Hall, Patricia Gracy, Emily Huffman, Theresa Jones, Judy Reed,. Joy Skaller, Linda Smith, Judy Smothermon, Mary Stoul, Lydia Sudbury, Mary Taylor. Johnna Wilson and Ethel Wyatt. Others on the semester list were Florence Ambrose, Martha Arends, J L. Austin, James Barksdale. Barbara Blackwood, Sarah Boyette, Nell Bret!,, Linda Brown. Peggy Brock, Bill Bruton, Pat Caperton, John Cherry, Sarah Clark, Mary Alice Clay. Sterling Cook, Danny Cooper, Nancy Cupples, Joe Dennis, Sandra Dougherty, Mary Jane Droke; Billy Dunn, Evelyn Eagon, Raymond Emmert, Margaret Farris, Harvey Flowers, Betty Lou Gee, Gene Graham, Patricia Hanley. Rebecca Harris, Joe Haynes, Joyce Halford, Grace Haney, Gail Henson, Jerry Hodge, Jeanne Hood, Jo Evelyn House, Susie Human, Margaret Jackson, Joann Jarrett, Billy Jones. Franke Johns, Patsy Julian and James King. With an honor roll average for the semester were Ira Lambert, Barbara Leasue. Jerry Lowe, Lin- dp. Marble, James Mathemia, Lewis Mathis, Nancy MUligan, Lynda Moore. Russell Moore, Betty Mox- jey. Patricia McDraves, Billy Nelson, Mary Jo Oden, Eugenia Denning. Donna Pierson, Bonnie Presnell. Connie Ringeison, Mary Lou Sanders, David Seymore. Concluding the list were Linda Sharp, JaNoel Smith, Mary Stevenson. Jesse Taylor, Jane Terry. Predda Turnage, Becky Utley, Peggy Veffzey, Don Vickery, Mary Wade. Carolyn Westall, Ann White and Chip Wright. Third six-week honor roll students were Jerry Boggs, Lucy Caudill, John Cherry, Harding Cure, Patricia Gracy, Sue Hall, Emily Huffman, Franke Johns, Barbara Leasure, Eugenia Oenning, Carol Parish, Judy Reed, Lydia Sudbury, Linda Smith, Mary Taylor, Carolyn Westall »nd Ethel Wyatt as leaders. Others were Martha Arends, J. L. Austin, James Barksdale,' Barbara Blackwood, Nell Brett, Linda Brown, Lynn Chapman, Sarah Clark, Mary Alice Clay, Josie Creys, Joe Dennis, Doris Driskell, Mary Jane Broke, Billy Dunn, Linda Dunn, Evelyn Eagon, joEllen Garner, Betty Lou Dee, Joyce Halford, Grace Haney, Patricia Hanley Gail Henson, JoEvelyn House, Susie Human, Margaret Jackson, JoAnn Jarrett, Billy Jones, Patsy Julian; James King, Sylvia Ladd, Ira Lambert. Jerry Lowe, Janice Mainer, Linda Marble, Lewis Mathis, Nancy Milligan, June,Moore, Lynda Moore, Mary Moore, Russell Moore, Betty Moxley, Betty McGee, Billy Nelson. Mary Jo Oden, Donna Pierson, Bonnie Presnell, Connie Ringeison, Mary Lou Sanders. Linda Sharp; JaNoel Smith, Joe Smith, Beverly Smythe, Robert Spears, Mary Stevenson, Mary stout, Jesse Taylor. Jane Terry, Sally Trumble, Fred' da Turnage, Mary Wade, Johnna Wilson. Ervan Wimberly, Peggy Kindergarden Children Have Valentine Parties Children in Blytheville's three kindergartens were entertained with Valentine parties this week. Seventeen children were present for the Lutheran Kindergarten party with Lois Ann Hall, Mike Elliott. George Crook and Sandra Storage as guests. Special guests were some of the children's grandmothers. They were Mrs. C. L. Me Waters,. Sr., Mrs William Stovall, Sr., and Mrs. Henry Gargis. Mothers who were hostesses were Mrs. Orval Gude, Mrs: Dub Willingham, Mrs. Hershel Garner. Mrs Barney Crook, Mrs. Manley, Mrs. Clifton, Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr.. and Mrs. Oscar Elliott. The children were. served ice cream, cookies and iced drinks. They were presented party favors. Miss Dicksie Kessmen is teache of this class. Richard Arnold, Shirley Jayroe Sudj- Workman and Jackie Cowger Linda Trieschmann, Sally Trumble, | Veazey and Don Vivkery. Mrs. Usrey Welcomed as New Member of Engineers' Club Mrs. Max Usrey \vas welcomed as a new'member yesterday when Corps of Engineers Woman's Club held its February Thursday Card Clubs Conduct Games Thursday card clubs conducted weekly games yesterday. Mrs. Harvey Morris and Mrs. J. W Rayder, visitors of, Thursday Bridge Club, entertained the club members with a dessert-bridge at the Morris home yesterday. Individual tables were centered with African violets. Mrs. P. E. Scott won high in the games, Mrs. Philip Deer, second high, and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, traveling. Chillion Club played at the home of Mrs. L. O. Gill with one visitor. Miss Rosa Schuneritsch, present. Game winners were Mrs. Sally Freeman, Mrs. E. R. Jackson and Mrs. Mary Hatfield. The hostess served a salad plate. Jaycettes Complete Plans For Heart Sunday Mrs. Gann New Member of J.O.Y. Circle Nine members, four visitors and one new member, Mrs. Bob Gann, of J 0. Y. Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met last night at the home of Mrs. Roy Schuhart. j Miss Martha Jones led the open-. Final plans for Heart Sunday, j ing prayer with Mrs. Helen Hamp- Feo. 26, were completed last night i ton presiding over the business when Jaycette members met at the ! session. Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., entertained Kibitzer. Club members and guests at the home of her mother- in-law, Mrs. J. M. Williams, Sr. Invited as guests for the dessert- bridge were Mrs. Charles Nicholas Rose/ Mrs. Richard Rose, Mrs. C. E Crigger, m, Mrs. John Ed Regenold, Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., Mrs. E. T. Geeslin, Mrs. Russell H. Farr, Mrs. Grady Magee and Mrs. John S. Hudson. Mrs. Williams used a pink color scheme centering each table with pink carnations. Club winners were Mrs. Johnny White, high, and Mrs. Harry A. Haines, second high. Mrs. Foster won high in the guests with second high going to Mrs. Charles Nicholas Rose. Mrs. Albert Taylor was a guest when Mrs. Newton Whitis was hostess to LaNueve Club. Focal point in the entertaining rooms of the home was an arrangement of red and white carnations accented by small hearts. Mrs. CoJemarj Stevens and Mrs. Leonard Oldham were winners at the dessert-bridge. meeting at Hotel Noble. Visiting the club were Mrs. Claude Bush, Mrs. Dick Watson, Mrs. Glenn Teague and Mrs. Mike Smith. They were, introduced by Mrs. John Petty, vice-president. Introduction of the new member In the business session, headed by Mrs. John Prather, the club voted to sponsor a USD dance this month in keeping with the plans of Mrs. C. G. Redman, USO chairman. was made by Mrs. Joe Goodman, Mrs. Redman has requested that welcome chairman. . women's organizations of Blythe. Mrs. Jack Cowger and Mrs. L.! ville and surrounding towns spon- A. Brandon were hostesses for, the sor a USO monthly party or dance. This club is the first to volunteer its services. The speaker's table was centered j Mrs. Everett I. Clark, ways and with a green cherry tree with red means chairman, announced that cherries nestled among branches, a musical tea will be held this luncheon-meeting 'using a George Washington theme for decorations. This tree stood on a green styro- foam base to which were attached miniature hatchets. On either side of this arrangement red tapers burned in green hurricane lamps which were encircled with greenery. Down the, center of the other, table red, white and blue tapers on green styrofoam bases encircled with greenery and red cherries were used. AU ends of the table stood silhouettes of George Washington on red, white and blue ribbon-covered bases. ( Mrs. Floyd HaraJson. guest speaker, spoke on volunteer work and Gray Ladies Corps. Mrs. Watson, chairman of this years woman's division of Red Cross campaign gave a brief talk on this year's drive and the club voted to assist with the drive. spring with plans to be announced later. Mrs. Elmer Norman, social chairman, told that a St. Patricks Day dance will be held for club members, their husbands and guests. The door prize winner was Mrs. Norman. In bridge games played during the afternoon. Mrs. Petty and Mrs. Brandon were winners. Mrs. Virginia Drew was awarded bridgo. sutdents in Mrs. J. G. Triesch mann's • Kindergarten, were host for their Valentine party. The playroom where the party was held was decorated for th occasion with Valentines made bj the students during class. During the morning 900 Valen tines were distributed from a deco rated box by Mrs. Trieschmann and her assistant, Mrs. Earl Buck ley. Mrs. Robert West assisted Mrs Ralph Nichols when she enter tained her kindergarten with a par ty Tuesday afternoon. A large red mailbox decoratei with white pom-poms was where the children placed their Valentine. they exchanged during the after noon. Refreshments of heart shaped cookies, mints and icec drinks.were served. 10U Points Wins Duplicate Bridge Game With 101(4 points, Mrs. Russel Phillips and Mrs. C. W. Afflick were winners of the six-table How ell movement played last night bj Duplicate Bridge League. Mrs. Don Edwards and Mrs. Jin- Roleson captured second position with 90 points and with 89 points Mrs. Audreanel Freeman and Jim Roleson were third-place winners. Nursery to Be Open for Founders Day Program A nursery will be open tonight in Room 1G8 of Blytheville High iSchool for the advantage of those wishing to attend the Founders Da> program. Mrs. Carroll Watson was to be guest speaker'for the event which begins at 7:30 p.m. home of Mrs. Bill Hrabovsky. This organization will he charge of the drive. Mrs. Walter Manser, who is moving: from Blytheville. was presented a farewell gift from the group after which the hostess served doughnuts, coffee and iced drinks. I Mrs. Lloyd Fora, Mrs. Billy Clay m ? and Mrs. Paul McDaniei were in charge of the program, "Jesus in the Temple." Closing prayers were given by Mrs. Johnny Reed and Mrs Hampton. In the social hour, Mrs. Gann was honored with a surprise kitchen shower. $100 1 $100 1 For one dollar you can have one 5X7 portrait of your child (children under 6). Six proofs to select from. Additional portrtaits may he purchased at re-order prices—if you wish. LEE BEARDEN Photography CHILD ART STUDIO M W. Main Phone S-8fi66 Hotel Noble was the meeting place for Thursday Contract Club's weekly luncheon and afternoon of bridge games. Mrs. F. B. Joyner was hostess. Luncheon was served from a table holding a centerpiece of red and white carnations. Placecards were miniature flags. Seated at the table with mem- At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Quincy Davis. Cooter Mrs. Billy King, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Carl Stutsman, city Mrs. George Ford, city Mrs. Eugene Garner and baby, Burdette Dennie Dopson, city Shirley Atchley, city James Wilson, city- Steven .Edwards, city Mrs. Charles Thompson and baby city Mrs. Leland Wells and baby, cit Mrs. McNew Scott, Cooter Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre bers were three guests, Mrs George Pollock. Jr., Mrs. Doyl< Henderson and Mrs. C. Modinger. Mrs. Chester Caldwell and Mrs Henderson were high scorers in the bridge games. Mrs. Walter Morrow entertained Mid-Week Club members and two guests Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. El ton Kirby. Following luncheon bridge games were played with Mrs. Aubrey Con way and Mrs. Old as winners. TOP VALUE? TODAY! TOP RESALE TOMORROW! OLDSMOBILE Lowest-Priced Rocket Engine Carl Sat. Night 10:30 p.m. SUNDAY & MONDAY ALAN LADD AND EDW. 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As each guest arrived they were greeted by the Elliott's daughter, Linda Jean, who presented them with > party hat. .Mrs. Elliott was assisted in serving by his sister, Mrs. Richard King, and Mrs. Alton Elliott. Rub Away Cooter PTA To Observe i Founders Day COOTER—Parent-Teacher Association will hold a potluck supper and program in recognition of Founders Day at the school Monday night. The supper will be served at 6:30 with the program to follow at 7:30. Home economic students will present a skit followed by a Browni* Investiture ceremony in observance of the Girl Scouts, 34th birthday. HELP WANTED (FEMALE) Secretary—Position with well established firm. Forty-hour week, Saturdays off, paid vacation, other employee benefits. Excellent opportunity for advancement. < Plc experience, family status, education in first letter. Write Box D-16 Courier News, Blylhevllle, Ark. Write P.O. Box 975 Blvtheville. Ark. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! 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