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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVIIXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, M5B - Society News - - A«w MallAwr Qnniotv KMl'fnr * "hC Mis» Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 f \ Bits of News Miss Melba Pryor Betrothal of Miss Melba Pryor To Glenn Harvey Is Announced In an engagement of social interest. Mr. and Mrs. William Paul Pryor today announce the betrothal of their daughter, Melba, to Glenn Leroy Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Harvey of Van Buren. Miss Pryor is the granddaughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Waldo Pryor of Arkadelphia and Charles Emanuel Seemann and the late Mrs. Seemann of Mansfield, Ark. The bride-elect is a graduate of Blytheville High School where she was a member of National Honor Society, Red Pepper Club, choir, Coming Events MONDAY Groups of First Christian Church meeting. Faith Group with Mrs. R. L. Dedman, 2 p.m. Hope Group with Mrs. W. H. Stovall, 2 p.m. Love Group with-Mrs. J. D. Davis, 8 p.m. Charity Group with Mrs. J. J. Morgan, 8 p.m. Circles of Trinity Baptist Church meeting. Circle One with Mrs. E. G. Lovell. 2 p.m. Circle Two with Mrs. Dan Magruder, 2 p.m. Circle Three with Mrs. John Buchanan, 2 p.m. Circle Four with Mrs. Carl Lay, 2 p.m. Mildred Matthew Circle with Mrs. Bob McCaughey, 7:30 p.m. Rose Marlowe Circle with Mrs. Jack Christy, 7:30 p.m. Band Parents Club meeting at high school. 7:30 p.m. St. Ann's Guild, afternoon unit of Women's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, meeting with Mrs. Dale Dtinlap, 1101 W. Ash, 2 p.m. Presbyterian Circles meeting. Circle One with Mrs. John Cherry with Mrs. R. F. Kirshner as co- hostess. Circle Two with Mrs. Zal Harrison. Circle Three with Mrs. C. M. Gray. Circle Four with Mrs. Jess Horner. Circle Five with Mrs. Russell Mosley. Circle Six with Mrs. Robert Turner. Circle Seven with Mrs. E. F. Fry. TCF.SDAV Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. C. S. Birmingnam. 7:30 p m. CIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Utho Barnes, Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Chester Caldwel!. Country Club Bridye League meeting. WKDNKSDAV Lanye PTA meeting- at 3 p.m. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Charlie Rose. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. M. N. Nmm. TLK Bridge CKib mening with Mrs. Ouo Scrape. I Club Eight meeting with Mrs.! Ot-to Scrape. | THURSDAY | Ladies Day at Country Club. t Corps of Engineers Womans Club h meeting. Mrs. Preston Franks and Mrs. Norm Griftmg are hostesses, i Thursday Contract Club meeting; with Mrs. Carroll Blakemore. j Mid-Week Club meeting with' Mrs. Cecil Shane. ! Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. | E. R. Jackson. , I Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. j Johnny White, ! La Nucve Club meeting With Mrs. ; Coleman Stevens. I Thursday Club meeting with Mrs.! C. W, Afflick. i Duplicate Bridge League meeting. FRIDAY Friday Club meeting with Mrs. R. A. Porter. i Chapter N, PEO, meeting at, home of Mrs. Harry Kirby for 1 p.m, luncheon. Mrs. E. J. Cure; and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham are co-hostesses. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting;. and Beta Club of which she was secretary her senior year. , She attended Gulf Park CoUege j in Gulf Park, Miss. j Mr. Harvey is the grandson of ! the late Mr. and Mrs. William i Harvey and the late Mr. and Mrs B.. H. 'Louis. A graduate of Van Buren High School, he has served with the Air Force four years. The groom-elect is now a student at Southern State College in Magnolia, where he is majorins m engineering. Wedding plans will be announced later. , Drs. Carl and Edna Nies left this morning for Petersburg, 111., where they were called due to the sudden death of his sister. Mrs. Carl Zorn. Mrs. Zor nsuffered a heart attack yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Gresham and faimly and Mr. and Mrs. L. D, Kre?h;un of Memphis will be weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brown and daughters. Miss Bertha Ann Gaines, student ai Memphis State College, is the weekend guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Marcus Gaines. Miss Patty Scott, also a student at Memphis State College, is spending the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Scott. She has as her hou.seguest Miss Barbara Cummings, a student at the college. Mis? Mona Joy Gaines. who is employed at Cochran Veterans Hospital in St. Louis, is the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gaines. Miss Carmen Gary, student at Arkansas State College, is the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gary. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn and children of Union City, Term., will be the. weekend guests of Mrs. Dunn's mother, Mrs. Pearl Hires. Misses Patsy Yarbro and Sherry Sparks, students at Arkansas State College, are spending the weekend here with their parents. They have as their houseguests Misses Mary Lee Beard en and Carolyn Bookout. also students ai the college. Home from Ole Miss for the weekend are Misses Mary Alice McWaters and Pat Partlow. Stanley Zellner. student at Memphis State, and Adam Taylor, student at Arkansas State, are spending the weekend here with their pareitts. Mrs. J, J. Moore. Jr.. who is a patient in BlytheviHe Hospital, is reported to be slightly improved. j She is in Room 304. j Warren S. Allen is a patient in I Blytheville Hospital. | Mrs. J. D. Barksdale is a patient ! in Blytheville Hospital. She is in i Room 203. Mary Louise Scrape Delta Kappa Gamma Has Program Mrs. J. P. Sweat. Mrs. Marvin Hart and Miss Gloria Ashmore were hostesses to Delva K*ppa Gamma at the Rustic Inn Thursday evening., , -, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner had ; charge of the program and introduced two guests, Miss Melba Marion, high school English teacher, and Mrs. George Green, I^ange Elementary School teacher, who, along with Miss Ashmore, presented the j program. ' Topic for the evening's discussion ; was "What the Experienced. Teach-j er Can Do to Help a Beginning | Teacher." j Miss Cecil Cassidy gave a report' on the Delta Kappa Gamma meeting in Little Rock last week. A report on the news item in the DKG Bulletin was given by Mrs. C. L. Moore, alter which Miss Minnie Foster conducted a business session. Elliott Fletcher Chapter of UDC Has Final Meeting of Season Elliott Fletcher Chapter of United Daughters .of the Confederacy held its hist luncheon meeting of the year at the Rustic Inn Thursday. Hostesses wore Mrs. Charles A1-+ ford. Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, Mrs. | J. Mcll Brooks nnd Mrs. W. D. Cobb. | Jj \ f<fl The 4 members were served Inn- -UJ-L-L -t-* cheon from a T-shaped table decoi> a(ed with autumn leaves. The een- Attend Affair at Mansion lei-piece was a pottery bowl filled with yellow chrysanthemums. j " Corsages of the same flowers) marked each member's place. j Mrs. Geiin Atkinson presided over I i the business session at, which time a discussion and report, on the Ark- Co j anc j MT- S . Gordon Timmoni a lisas Division of UDC State nieet-[ n i u i Chaplain and Mrs. Don Maxing were given. i f^id of Blytheville Air Force Base Special thanks was given to Mrs, | iviurned Thursday night from Little , , Atkinson, local president, and Mrs. Alford. division program chairman, Rook where they attended a.buffec dinner and showing of a USO film . Officers for the coming year were al L } 10 governor's mansion Wednes- inst ailed by Mrs. Cobb: j aay ovc-nin^. .Mrs. E. R. Bogim, president; Mrs.! Guests of honor at the affair Love Adams, first vice-president; j were Admiral and Mrs. Powell Rea, , Mrs. T. F. Hutson, second vice- o f Fnyettevillc. j president ; Mrs. W. I. Demon, sec- 1 Othov gvwsis included Col and ! reiary; Mrs. Alford. treasurer; Mrs. j Mrs. Williams, commander of Little C. L. Moore, registrar; Mrs. J. D. I Rock Air Force Base, and USO Bark.sdale. historian and Mrs. Aik! inson, recorder of crosses. •jT\ 7 7 T~\ * i inson. recorder of crosses. in attendance was Miss Ella. Tur- J\Cf}€^rSClIUinn6r \ Afiei ' lhe installation Mrs. Bogun ne r , USO regional supervisor of committecmen and their wives. Also in attendance was Miss Ella. Tur- Engagement of Mary Louise Scrape To Joseph Howard Shanks Is 1 old Mr. and Mrs. Otto Scrape today announce the engagement oC their daughter, Mary Louise, to Joseph Howard Shanks, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Howard Shanks. Reading School Planned by Osceola Group OSCEOLA—A remedial reading school will be conducted at Osceoln Elementary School by Junior Auxiliary membrs beginning next week. The group approved the classes at a meeting Wednesday morning at the Seminal? Club. During the first week, four November workers will visit tbe first ^rnrie rooms and observe teaching methods. Beginning thp second week, workers will assist third and fourth grade students who have reading problems. The Junior Auxiliary also announced plans (or the sale of fruit ai the elementary and junior high schools. Fruit, will be sold at cost during Uie mornini: recess period. The Auxiliary's eye testing program WHS postponed until alter Christmas. Last week, members ns- si.stecl with the Crippled Children's Clinic, nt which 65 children were treated. I Local Women ! Receive State Appointments At. the state meeting of Arkansas Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association, this week, three Blytheville women were elected to offices. Mrs. Ctair Miller ami Mrs. Charlie Johnson were elected charter members of the state Style Body \vlth Mrs. Johnson also beini? elected r.hapUun. Mrs. Lester Gibson was elected secretary of the Arkansas Association of Beauty Schools. Others HttLMidmg from Blytheville were Mrs. Ruby Lurkin, Mrs.. Frank | Whitworth. Mrs. Gerald Wheelnr. \ Mrs, Dorothy Drewery and Mrs. j Mary Dowdy. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. G- F. Scrape] and the late Mr. and Mrs, Goah S. Barnes, all of Blytheviile. Miss Scrape is a graduate of BiytheviUe High School where she; was a member of the acapella choir, a reporter for the school paper and participated in other extra- - curriculnr activities. She is now attending Draughon's Business School in Memphis. The groom-elect i s me grandson of Mrs. Arthur Lewis Beeman and the late Mr. Beeman of Clarksdale. He is a graduate of Blythevtlle High School where he served as circulation manager and staff photographer for the Chicknsaw. Mr Shanks was also a member of the band. • He is now stationed al Pjuuxi'-nt River. Md., with the Naval Ait- Force. The wedding will be solemnized Dec. 19, at Immaculate Conception Church. 135 Attend WMU Meet At Keiser Farewell Party Given for Mrs. Umphress Mrs. Lilian Umphress, who is leaving for Los Angeles. Calif.. 1.0 make her home, was honored Thursday evening when Mrs Doshia MICK entertained with a fart-well party. The evening spent informally with i pictures of vacation spots in Uu 1 i Missouri Oznrks bring shown by ' Miss Jannita Samples. j At the Hospitals Lottie Moon YWA Meets Lottie Moon Young Women's Auxiliary met Thursday night, at the home of Patsy Hensnn with 13 members present. Gerald me Mm ton led the opening pravcr with Mrs. Webster eon- ducting the business session and giving tin- dismissal prayer. Devotional was given by Mareella Ray. Blytheville Hospital biamiii&erl- Pnnl Lloyd, city Eddie Lark, city Mrs. Robert Stout and baby, city Mrs. J. T. Stalcup and bnby, city Chickiisauba Hospital Dismissed: Patty Lynn Le\vis, city 1 Linda Griffin, city M rs. Edwnrd Brown and baby. city Mrs. Charles Schrocder and baby. Sleele Richard Nenl. city Mrs. Charlie Byrd, West Memphis Earl Branscum. city Mrs. Fannie Alexander, city Mrs. Forrest Moore, city Paul Coggins. city Will Duke. Enrle Walls Hospital Dismissed 1 Mrs. J. A. Davis. Sleele First "Old Glory" to fly over a U. S. military post was made, according to lea end, of pieces cut from a white shirt, an old blue jacket, and a red petticoat. One hundred, thirty-five members of Mississippi County Association ol Baptist Churches met yesterday at Kriser First Baptist Church for the quarterly Women's Missionary Union conference and workers meeting. "Thy Kingdom Come" was the theme of the program with Mrs. DarreH Lunsiord, president, presiding-. "Time to Pray" was the devotional nivcn by Mrs. P. F. Herring. Conference chairmen were Mrs C. L. Evans. Mrs. Harold White Mrs. R. D. White. Mrs. R. H. Jone? and Mrs. E. C. Skecn The Rev. J. C. Mitchell of Dyess and the Rev. Carl Johnson of Calvary Baptist Church in Blytheville were introduced as new ministers m the association by the moderator, the Rev. Percy Herring of Osceola. The inspirational message was delivered by the Rev. John D. Geannpr, associational missionary. Dunne thp afternoon session the WMU pm was presented to the women of Trinity Baptist Church of Blytheville. Mrs. H. H. Brooks dismissed the group. To Honor 1--.- -r 7 7 « f~\ \\edd-inp Lart » r c.lltu/1 J-llll Members of (he Killian-CouUer wedding party will be honored .10- • night with a dinner at Hotel Noble; by the groom-elect's parents. Mr. ! and Mrs. Nathan Coulter of Nash-: ville. Ark. j In a ceremony tomorrow a f ter- ; neon a i First Methodist Church. I Miss Dixie KiUian. daughter of Mrs ' Robert Killian, will become the' bride of Don Coulter. ; The 34 guests will be seated at; a T-shape table overlaid with white ; linen. The centerpiece will be of; white stock and pink carnations' with pink tapers placed the length _ of the table. ! Placecards will be arches of white velvet placed on styrofoam bases. 1 Hanging from these arches will be wedding bells. Names will be en-, graved on white satin streamers, j Gifts of silver will be presented 1 ' the attendants. i A corsage of pink cymbidium orchids will be given the bride-elect. ; She will wear a black dress featur- j ing a bouffant skirt. This skirt will be attached to an! empire waistline. The corsage will: be pinned at the portrait neckline; of the dinner gown. i A specal guest will be the groom-' elect's grandmother, Mrs, J. J. Re- i eder of Nashville. took the president's chair and n;nn- | Memphis and Blytheville. ed her coinmitr.ee chairmen lor the. | The mansion was decorated thi'o- year. I uchoui with large bouquets of yel- A cutglass candy dish was pres-jlow and bronze chrysanthemums. ented the retiring pre.Mrient with | _™a special note of thanks going to i Mrs. Grorse Roland Green, who is T T_T A 1 If TV rearing from the treasurer's job 1_/. JLJL. Xi-U-LI V after 16 years in office. i ' Mrs. Bray * Honored With Layette Shower Mrs. S. D. Bray was honored with a la;. ette shower last n ?lu at the| home of Mrs. James Vaughn in: Yarbro. Nineteen guests were pres- ! ent. : In .zanies played. Mrs. Mat tie Williams. Mrs. Haynie and Mrs. U ' D. Daniels were winners. Refreshments of coffee, cake and \ iced drinks were served. j Speaks at Dell PTA L. H. Autry, superintendent of Eurdetce schools, was guest, speaker Wednesday when Dell Parent- Teacher Association met. Devotional for the meeting waj L;Lven by fourth grade students with Marcin Parun reading the scripture and Edgar Stacy leading in prayer. Room count was won by the sixth grade. Fourth grade mothers were hostesses in the social hour. Mrs. Taylor Mrs. Thomasson Guest of Club Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. Vernon Thnmaspon wnre quests yesterday when Mrs. Bob Locan entertained Friday club with a dessert- bridge. Bouquets of pink and White daisy chrysanthemums were used to decorate the Logan home. Mrs. R. A. Porter and Mrs. Taylor \vprfi bridi;o winners. Correction Happy Host Coffee Advertised Thursday at fi.'ic, should hav» been 77c Lb. Hays Store Read Courier News Classified Ads. Gloves can have long lives. The thins thai contributes most, to their early mortality is bcJnfr left wadded in the bottom of n handbag. Take them out when you pet home, smooth the fingers out and store them flat. Dr. Charles L Craig Dentist Announce! the Removal of His Office to 526 Chickasawba OFFICE HOURS: Daily—8:30 A.M. to 5 P.M. Wed. & Sat.—8:30 A.M. to 12 P.M. Telephone 3-6881 $125 SUNDAY $125 1 DINNER I APPETIZERS Fresh Vegetable Soup Chilled Tomato .hiice ENTREE Baked Chicken X Celery Dressing Roast Sirloin of Beef & Brown Gravy Barbecued Fresh Ham CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Blue Lake Green Brans liultered Whole Kernel Corn Baked Apples Snowflake Potatoes SALAD Pineapple and Cottage Cheese DESSERT Rice Pudding Serving Home Made Hot Rolls RAZOR8ACK DRIVE-IN Blytheville's Favorite Eating Piace SONDAY and MONDAY NOVEMBER 13 and 14 WHEN THEY TANGLE, THE WHOLE TOWN TALKS...THE BISHOP BLUSHES .. AND YOU HAVE THE HOWL OF VAN HEFLIN JOANNE WOODWARD PHIL CAREY Raymond Burr ABison Hayes THIS YEAR'S BKi CONTRIBUTION TO CHASIN' AWAY ,« _ „£ Box Office Opens 1:45 p.m. THE BLUES! CJNEMASCOPC Matinee Begins at 2:00 p.m. < Sunday & Monday at Ritz Theatre , TECHNICOLOR A COIUMIA fldUM

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