BLTTHK V ILLS (ARK.) COURIER NEWl FOTKtTART Mk» Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News - llorv. Societv Editor * Phone J 4461 Approximatley 100 Guests Attend Cotillion Club Dance Approximately 100 members and guests attended the Cotillion Club dance at Hotel Noble Saturday night. Hosts for the monthly dance were Mr and Mrs. MeMn Halsell, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, Mr. and Mrs. Tri-Gra-Y Groups Have Parties : Last week a series of parties was given for the Tri-Gray-Y groups of the BlytheviUe Y. i School held its Valentine party at ' the home of Judy Young on Franklin Street Friday afternoon. Tlie Valentine theme was carried out in decorations ana refreshments. Patsy Ford was the game winner. Those present were Patricia Moseley, Betty Sue Larkin. Mary Weatherford, Carolyn Jo Stewat, June Cochan, Cherrv Cooper, Bar? bara Cable, Marilee wells. La Wan- Helen Oakley, Marcia Davis, Judy Youne, Beckv Young, Mary Mac Jerry Herd ar Hughes. Plantation dance was he as the theme the president ror In the ba miniature ret the head. On the min and blue ba were used. A white and blv by red taper candelabra an was used on t Matching bo ers looped acr er tables held line fluffs. Out-of-town Mrs. W. G. W Dr. and Mrs. Griffin, Ga., Coleman Ste Dane Fergus, Teaford and >. Edrington all /i /r,'i-i- ^- Boom, where the hatchets enclrclini balloons and streamer centerpiece of red carnations flar in silver branches ile with their stream&s the center. Small- red candles in ma- Mr, and Mr .and Mrs Mrs Hopkins, and Patsy Ford. Judy was assisted in entertaining by her mother, Airs. J. H. and Mrs. Calvin Barnett. Teen Town for junior hish school boys and girls held a Valentine party at the Y on Friday night from 7~:30 to 10 pm. with 75 members present. Airs. Jess Homer is supervisor of this group. Pike \ Of Carutbersville Becomes Bride Fellowship Hall of Lake Street Methodist Church was the scene for the Sudbury Fifth Grade club party Monday afternoon. Club members present were Peggy Ruth Wilson Paulette Bunch, Margie Hatchell, Beverly Davis, Gail McCandless, Gaye Nell Long, Nora Jo Kemper, Phyliss May, Leona McBride, Wanda Boles', Mary Caldwell, Betty Harris, Carolyn Henson, Patricia Larkin, Norma Boles, Jackie Vowell, Julia Hardesty, Martha Boone, Julia Davis, Nancy Revelle, Loyce Chaney, Betty Priest, Frances Russell and Wanda McPaS. On Monday night eisht of the Tri-Hi-Y girls met at the home of Melia Saliba on Country Club Drive and made cookies and candy for a Valentine gift to the School for BtcepMonal Children. TSte gfarlfi participating were Rae BooK, Layada Crimm, Peggy Caperton, Pat willmgham, Sandra Yates, Defaces Lum, Donna Sue King and MlH Metba Marlon. Mta Marion Is advisor for this ouemo asked the Seventh Grade ciub to help her celebrate her 13th birthday on Valentines Day with a party in the basement of FJwt Christian Church. Game* and contests were played with Sally Elliott winning the prize. Ciub members present were Carolyn Albritton, Carolyn McClanahan, Carolyn Eatmon, Jackie White, Barbara Hopper, Jo Evelyn House, Jerry Ann Boggs, Virginia Brockman, Kay Thompson, Gail Queries, Sally Jo Elliott, Frankie Johns, Nell Brett, June Leveritt, Donna Pierson, Nancy Cupptes, Johnnie Dale Blackwell, Beverly Smythe, Sandra Dougherty, Jane Starnes, Brenda Wilson, Martha Kirksey, Linda Long, Patsy Koonce .Patricia Hardy and Patsy Querao. The School for Exceptional Children entertained the sixth grade Lange Tri-Gra-Y with a Valentine party Wednesday afternoon. The guests were greeted by David j Cotton. Rose Mary Davidson pre- j sented each guest with a heart and with their name printed on it. Paula Hutson won the prize for making the prettiest Valentine am Mary Gay Nelson was given a prize for scrambled names of persons born in February. The games were in charge Claudia Gifford, Betty Ann Miller and Rose -Mary Davidson. Tri-Gra-Y girls present were Linda Lowe, Carol Sue Burnham Dianne Branscum, Mary Gay Nelson, Linda Fisher, Paula Hutson Joyce Short, Tony Spain. Jean Baughman. Paisy Fulkderson s Mtes Margaret Wright. Students ;:r:sent were David Cotton David Dunkin. Phillip Ramey, Stanley Mask, Claudia Gifford, Robert Garner, Betty Ann Miller, Rose Mery Davidson and their instructors, Mrs. Willingham and Mrs. Downing. The Fifth Grade Tri-Gra-Y at Lange School was entertained with a George Washington party at the home of their advisor, Mrs. Frank Swindle. A Washington scramble word contest was played with Donna Day winning the prize. Barbara Koonce was crowned queen of the Tri-Gra- Y by the president, Donna Day, Jo Ann Barger was in charge of games and contests. Those present were Wanda Nel«on, Peggy Klncaid, Shirley Lowrey, Kay Roach, Tena Shatley, Sue Whitney, Brenda Kay Campbell, Barbara Kooncc, Judy Wells, Janie Johnson, Patricia McLeod, Sherry Sisemore, Donna Day, Joy Russell, Normtrm Meyers, Mary Ann Hodge, Lllllc May Shlnault, Donna Ann Wallace. Diane Halsell, Jo Ann Bargcr. Sharon Swindle and Susie Swindle. Mr*. Swindle wns uslsted In entertaining by Mr*. Curtis Johnson. H«hU> Or*d« Junior Tri-Hi-Y Kiel »t Mi« home of Lindu Cnrr for * (Octal mtftin*. TttM* nrwtnt wer« Becky Utley, fern tern Moodr, Carolyn Botf, CASUTHERSVILLE—Miss Mary Elizabeth Johnson, daughter o Mrs. Agnes Johnson and the late Dolph Johnson, and Alton E. Pike son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Pike were recently married at Sacred Heart Catholic Church here. The Rev. Joseph Huels officiate( at ceremonies attended by the families and close Wends. Sister Mary Victor played organ music. Mrs. Billy Morgan and William Townsend were attendants. The bride wore an aqua spring suit with white accessories, she WBJ graduated from the high .schoo here in 1944 and has since worked at First National Bank. Mr. Pike has been farming since completing high school. After a southern wedding trip, the couple will live at 610 Cotton Avenue. Jane Terry, Carlene Lay, Brenda Barnett, Peggy Cochran, Barbara Bradley, Ruby Chandler, Linda Carr, Billy Boone, Wayne Lovelace, Billy Nelson, Terry MacFarlene, Honney Huey, Thomas Presley, Gene Graham, Larry Cummings, Earl Smith, Ginny Rattilf. Seventh Grade Junior Tri-Hi-Y had their party »t the Y Saturday night. Club members and their guests were Bebecca Harris; Patricia Hardy, Babara Langley, Frankie Johns, Patricia Koonce, Linda Long, Sandra Dougherty, Nancy Cuppl< Johnnie Dale Blackwell, Sally Elliott, Jackie White, Brenda Wilson, Gail Quarles, Martha Kirksey, Margie Ray, Glenda Turner, Frances Jones, Arden Collier, Terry MuUins, Jerry Martin, Larry Anderson, Larry Cummings, Bobbye Jacques, Stanley Jackson, Gary Sparks, Bobbye Johnson, Willie and J. B. Fisher. Kinninworth Fifty-two species of animals inhabit Great Smoky Mountains national park. • m Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIJ1ES TONIGHT METRO NEWS AND CARTOON TUBS., WED. & THURS. KIUIM ON * KMLOUCH «OM Hit LI Mrki I»UU MM • HIM HMMT • IIIHB M(« •Him uuui. MH nun. ««MU mown «u MM* imtT IKMIU •MM ty MUM HUM* MMUHM Plus Two Cartoons Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stowers turned to their home in Little Rock yesterday after being here with her fatoer, C. E. Edds, who is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Stowers has been here for the past week and Mr. Stowers spent the Weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Blackwell announce the birth of a daughter Saturday night at Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Blackwell have two other children, Gail and Jay. Mrs. Blackwell is the former lla Rodgers. Bud Wilson, who has been a patient in Baptist Hospital, is now at home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Attaway were m Memphis yesterday to visit Earl Wilson, who is a patient in Baptist Hospital. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Wilson and daughter who had been staying with their lusband and father. Condition of Mr. Wilson Is reported to be improved. He is in Hoom 328. Tommy Brannum, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Brannum, is confined to his home with chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lane are in Memphis today where Mr. Lane will undergo treatment at Kennedy Veteran Hospital. Linda Lee Poetz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Poetz, Is reported resting well after undergoing surgery Saturday at Baptist Hospital in Memphis. t Mrs. Cleo Langstbn, Margaret McWaters, Ronnie Poetz and Mrs. C. L McWaters, Jr., • were all in Memphis yesterday to visit Linda Lee. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay are in Houston, Miss., to attend funeral for his uncle, Oscar services Rhodes. Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Woebling of St. Louis were weekend guests of Ms sister, Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, and family. Confined to her home with mumps is Cecelia Joyner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Joyner. Mr. and Mrs. C. Murray Smart spent the weekend in New Orleans visiting their son, Murray Smart, Jr.. a student at Tulane,University. Polly Abbott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Abbott, is con- ~ined to her home with mumps. Also at home with mumps are tfike Baughman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy , Baughman; Don laines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde telnes, and Jill Holllngsworth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hollingsworth. Mrs. Homer Blessing has re- urned to her home in Newbern, Tenn., after a visit with her daugh- ers, Mrs. Marshall Thomas and :amlly, and Mrs. Gerald Johnson, and Mr. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Ocie Smith and •XCHAN6I VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Allen are shown following their marriage last Tuesday evening. Mrs. White is the former Mary Jane White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard White of Blytheville. Mr. Allen is the son of Mrs. H. H. Humbles of Milan, 111., and the late E. M. Allen of Gosnell. (Photo by Hall'* Studio) Earnest Allen/ Miss White Wed in Double Ring Ceremony In a double ring ceremony last Tuesday evening Miss Mary Jane White became the bride of Earnest Allen. The Rev. E. H. Hall officiated when vows were exchanged at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Marvin Lipford. cnildren spent the weekend in St. Louis visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Patton and Mr. and Mrs. Lexie Patton. Mr and. Mrs. Raymond Whittle and the Rev. and Mrs. Clyde McCord are spending today in Memphis Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell and family, who are en route from Edwards Air Force Base in California to Germany, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Patton and children of Portageville visited Mr and Mrs. Curtiss Patton over the weeeknd. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Walter announce the birth of a son, John Brockman, Tuesday at Baptist Hospital. The Walters have two other children, Tommy and Donnie. Mrs. Walter and son were removed to their home at 2400 West Rose here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kerbough and children of Memphis spent the weekend here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Denning. Mr. and Mrs. J, G. Rose of Memphis were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Alexander. Mrs. James Oxford has returned from an extended visit with her children in Battle Creek, Mich., and Terre Haute, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hearn have returned from a two-week vacation spe nt in Orlando and St. Augustine, Pla. . . i The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard White of Blytheville and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs, H. H. Humbles of Milon, 111., and the late E. M. Allen of Qosnell. Arrangements of white pom-poms in greenery and fern iri wrought iron stands were used to decorate for the occasion. The bride chose for her marriage a white wool dress featuring a small Peter Pan collar and three-quarter length sleeves. She pinned a green and white cymbedium orchid at her shoulder. Miss Peggy Rowe served as maid of honor and chose for the occasion a faille dress of beige and brown. It featured a fitted bodice with a long torso. She wore a corsage of yellow rosebuds. Bill McCaughey served Mr. Allen as best man. Mrs. White wore for her daughter's marriage a brown printed dress of rayon with brown accessories. She pinned a white carnation corsage at her shoulder. A reception was held after the ceremony. A lace cloth over pink was used to cover the bride's table which >as centered with a three-tiered wedding cake topped by a miniature bride and groom. The cake was surrounded by pink carnations nestled in greenery. Pink and white tapers hi silver holders completed the arrangement. Mrs. Bob White and Mrs, Otis Barnes assisted in serving. The couple left on an uni closed wedding trip. Ladies Fellowship Has Meeting Ladles Fellowship of First Grac Church met Thursday night at th home of Mrs. Bill Stovall. Mrs. Bob Petrovich opened th meeting with prayer. Mrs. Pau Johnson gave the scripture readin with Mrs Delmar Larkin recitini a poem. "Finished" was the title of th devotional. given by Mrs. Edwan Watson. She also gave the dismis sal prayer. In the social hour birthday cake and ice cream were served in hon or of Mrs. Nora Ellis and Mrs Grady Anderson. Mrs. Alford To Be Honored By Rainbows Mrs. C. W. Alford of Blytheville state Rainbow Girl Mother Advisor, will be honored tonight by th al Kambow Chapter at the Masonic Temple beginning at 7 p.m. Following the meeting, refreshments will be served with decorations carrying out th; Rainbow colors. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: L. C. Bates, Rt. 2, city. Robert Huey, city. Jim Thomas .Farmer, city. Mrs. W. G. Warren, city. Chlckasawba Hospital dismissed: George Barharn, city. Edward Moore, city. Mrs. Mamie Cathey, city. Miss Evelyn Blythe, city. Mrs. Otha Via, city. W. C. Buchanan, city. Mrs. William Raspberry and ba- iy, city. Mrs. Eugene Franks, city. Mrs. Claude Williams, city. Mrs. Ray McNew arid baby, Steele. Robert Brown, city. John Randolph, city. Robert Payne, city. Mrs. Duane Pruitt, city. Miss Elizabeth Rice, city. James white, Dell. Walls Hospital Dismissed: P. L. Regan, city. Mrs. Willard Priddy. city. Mrs. Preston Lucas, Rt. 1, Steele. Charles Duncan, Rt. 2, city. Debbie Allen, Rt. 1, Hornersville. Jerry Lott, Rt. 1, city. Coordination is one secret of looking well dressed. A sequin hat doesn't go with a tweed suit nor inexpensive shoes with a costly dress. Coming Events MONDAY Past Matrons and Patrons Club having covered-dish dinner at Masonic Temple, 7 p.m. Mrs. • T. J. Bailey and Mrs. Prank Ellis are hostesses. Band Parents Club meeting at nigh school, 7:30 p.m. Circle Seven with Mrs. Bob Gardner, 8 p.m, TUESDAY Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertaining husbands with canasta and bridge party at Hotel Noble. Valentine Sweetheart, Mrs. Elwood Deen, also will be honored Hostesses, are Mrs. Joe Ewing, Mrs. Biljy Driver, Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. Prank Hall. Alpha Alpha Chapter meeting at home of Mrs. Glenn Teague. Mrs. Jesse Eubanks is co-hostess. Tuesday Canatsa Club meeting with Mrs. L. O. Gill. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting Paul Jobe. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Charles Rose. Chapter D PEO meeting with Mrs B. A. 'Lynch for 1 p.m. lun- leon. Mrs. M. O. Usrey is co- hostess. CIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Joe McHaney. Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. Grace Caldwell, 7:30 p.m Exempler Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., 1025 W. Main, 7:30 p.m. Miss Florence Moore is co-hostess. WEDNESDAY Wednesday Night Bridge Club meeting: with Mrs. Hugh Caffey. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. C. Modinger. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs Herman Turner. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Paul Jobe. THURSDAY Duplicate Briage League meet- ng Emanon Club meeting with Miss Barbara Carter. Thursday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. George Hamilton. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs: Mike Meroney. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. toarles Afflick. , LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs. Ben Mac White. . j Mid-week Club meeting with Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Altrusa Club meeting. Lottie Moon YWA meeting with ienihline Hinton, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Club njeeting with irs. J. E. Dicks. FRIDAY Friday Contract Club meeting nth Mrs. George D. Pollock. Jr. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. I. A. Porter. La Finesse Club meeting with Mrs. Todd Harrison. Past Matrons and Patrons Club having potluck supper at Masonic Temple, 7 p.m. Mrs. T. J. Bailey Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. Monaghan Bridge Winners Mrs. T. J. BarnM »nd Mr«. Mttt Monaghan were winners at the Duplicate Bridge League Saturday afternoon. In second position were Mri. Foy Etchleton and If,. Harold Holticlaw with Mrs. rrank Orijsby and Mr«. C. W. Afflick taking third place. | Past Matrons And Patrons Meeting Canceled The meeting of Past Matrons and Patrons Club scheduled for tonight has been canceled. The affair, to have been held at 7 p.m. at Masonic Temple, will b« held at the same time Friday night with Mrs. T. J. Bailey and MM. Frank EUis hostesses. Teen-age hats do not belong on the mature head. But neither do those sMalleorfrlaTron's hats. Pick a hnt that's becoming to you, one that makes you look pretty at 50 or 60. and Mrs. Frank Ellis are hostesses. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting, with Mrs. Max Reid. Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. James Terry. Read Courier New'. c Classified Ads Boys are the nicest thing that ever happened to me — these arrogant, self-assured, cocky little men children who assume that all the great big world revolves around them. Who else can carry half a worm, one crushed daisy, a piece of scrap metal, a three day old apple core, and two cents all in one pocket? Who else can take a bath without getting their shoulders wet, and wash for dinner without turning on the tap? Who else can believe that right is right and wrong is wrong, and tht good guy always wins in the end? Who else can be a fireman, swordfighter, cowboy, deep-sea diver, all in the space of one hour—and then solemnly hold a funeral, complete with scros and box, for a shell off a turtle lost a month ago? Who else can be cuter without teeth, meaner without malice, kinder without embarrassment, sillier without foolishness, and cleaner without neatness? The world gains much in leaders and man power when boys grow up — but it loses something too — that magic feeling that comes with being Me — I like boys. They smile when I need a smile; they tease when I'm ten. The feel of dust between bare toes and the abiliy to lie quiely while time stands still, to watch a minnow in a brook. sober; they keep me from taking myself too seriously. No, I don't wish 1 were ten again. I just hope that somehow God will see to it that I alwayi have someone ten years old in or near my house and heart. Boys arc the nicest thing that ever happened to me. Blytheville Water Go. "Water Is Your Cheapest Commodity" Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz 4 Rozy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY —~- WARNER BROS. 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