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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 3956 - Society News c Ann Mallory, Society Editor • Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Nelson Elected President When Chapter N PEO Meets Mrs. R. A .Nelson was elected president of Chapter N PEO yesterday when the chapter met at.the home of Mrs. C. Murray Smart. Elected to serve with Mrs. Nelson. were Mrs. John Caudill, vice-pres-l ident; Mrs. Freeman R cording secretary, Mrs. _ corresponding secretary; Mrs. C. E. Crigger, treasurer; Mrs. Garrard: Caudill, chaplain arid Mrs. Harry I A. 1 ivita, iNcioi"* t ill, vice-pres- ATJ T (^ A ;/v/7//rrM Robinson, re-! _/ Y/tL/-'V_J-/I U\ILIUI V 5. E. J. Cure, t -/ Has Election Jaudill, chaplain and Mrs. Harry i f\ff \. Haines, guard. I I If I Iffirpl'f Mrs. Chester Caldwell presided | <-// V]J ILCI J iver the business session at which! . over the business se time Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. CaudiU . were selected as. delegates to attend the national PEO convention in Rodgers. Ark., April 27-28. Mrs. J. W. Adams and Mrs. Alvm Huffman, Jr., were appointed as al- An election of officers wes held last night when NALC Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. William Ellis Mrs. Paul Burks, retiring president, presided over the election, at , which time Mrs. Bill Hrabovsky was ternates i elected to serve as president. The program concerning the PBOI other officers are Mrs. Burks, college CoUev College at Nevada, vice-president; Mrs. Willie Dobson. " - • —'- -'--'"•' treasurer: Mrs. Bill Robertson, secretary; Mrs. Ira Lambert Jr., reporter: Mrs. Jimmy Branscum, flag bearer: Mrs. Ellis, chaplain and Mrs. Wllard Bess, mistress at arms Mo., was given by the newly elected . president. Delta Kappa Gamma Hears Robert McGraw Robert McGraw. assistant principal of Blytheville High School, was guest speaker Thursday eve- mag when Delta Kappa Gamma met at the home of Mrs. Ralph Berryman. Mr. McGraw spoke to the 22 members present on, 'Public Relations and Teacher Recruitment." Miss Frances Bowen, program chairman, introduced the speaker. Mrs. Charles Penn and Mrs. George Wiggs were co-hostesses for the meeting. A review of the Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin was given by- Mrs C. L. Moore who urged all those present to read the article on UNESCO. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Trinity Groups Conduct Meetings This Week Larry Dyer, Miss Webb Exchange Vows Miss Wilma Dean Webb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Webb ol Blytheville, became the bride oi Larry Arnold Dyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Dyer of Chicago. Miss Webb was a member of the 1955 graduating class of Armorel High School where she was a mem ber of the basketball team and woi the D. A. R. citizenship award. She is now employed at the high school. Mr. Dyer attended Blytheville High School and is now employed by Lennell Brothers in Chicago. The couple will make their home in Chicago. Two groups of Trinity Baptist Church met this week. Lottie Moon Young women's Auxiliary met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Grace Caldwell with nine members and one visitor, Mrs. Lyons, present. Alberta Sadler led the opening prayer following repeating of the watchword. The devotional on, "Answered Prayer," was given by Marcella Ray with Patsy Gentry in charge of the business session. Sentence prayer for the revival which will be held next week dismissed the auxiliary members present. Eagles Training union Class held a social at the home of Marcella Ray last night with 11 members in attendance. E. V. Sadler gave the devotional followed by sentence prayer. The hostess was assisted in serving refreshments by Glenda Penny, Patsy Gentry and Shery! Williams. Favorite Halter Set NCO Wives Executive Board to Meet Executive Board of NCO Wives Club of Blytheville Air Force Base will meet at the home of Mrs. Martha Hovrud, 1:30 P-m., Tuesda> evening. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: James William King, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Jeanette Austin, city Thomas Barnes, city Dr. Frank Smith, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Linda Sharp, city Mrs. Tony Tucker, city Ronnie Davis, Manila Steven Wright, Steele Mrs. Ivan, city Bits oi News Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whittle .ia sons are spending the weekend in Jackson, Tenn., visiting his aunt, Mrs. Lena Outlan, and friends. Jimmy Johnston son of Mr. — Mrs Ray Johnston, is a patient in chicka'sawba Hospital after having received first and second degree burns, on his arm and ham vesterday w h i 1 e experimenting with a chemistry set at his home. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson was In Dyersburg, Tenn., yesterday to visit Mrs. J. M. Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs. Farris McCall no daughter Jennie Wren an Irf. Harman Tayior~are spending today in Memphis. " Mrs. John C. Hartley returned t< ner home in New prleans yester day after having visited Mr. and Mrs R. L. Gaines. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Brown will leave tomorrow for a weeks vacation in Biloxi. Miss. Davis Cobb is spending the wppkend in Lexington, Ky., as guest of his brother, Danny Cobb, a student'at Transylvania College. He went especially to attend the Fun and Frolic Night tonight at the college. He left from Memphis by plane and was motored to Memphis by his mother, Mrs: W. D. Cobb, Mrs. John Petty and Mrs. Joe Goodman. Redman Couple To Be Honored Guests Present At Each of Friday Clubs Guests were present yesterday at each of the Friday bridge clubs. Mrs. Bill Hodge and Mrs. John Plainer played with Vendredl Club members when the club played at the home of Mrs. Frank Winners in the games were Mrs. Hodge, high, Mrs. Hank Dodd. second high, and Mrs. Bob Huff, bridgo. fA dessert course preceded the games. Guests of Friday Coniract Club were Mrs. Cornelius Modinger and Mrs. Paul Jobe. The club was entertained in the Green Room of .he Country Club by Mrs. R. B. Stout. Mrs. Loy Welch won high and bridgo with second high going to Mrs. G. 0. Poetz, Mrs. Jimmy Stevenson invited as -her guoct With Tea Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Redman. Jr., of Chicago, who recently exchanged vows in Florida, and are spending the weekend here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Redman, will be honored with a tea tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Lee. Hostesses for the affair, which will be held from 3 to 6 p.m.. are Mrs. Johnny Marr, Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. Mrs. F. L. Reed, Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker. Mrs. H. C. Bush and Mrs. George Lee. >1"X Logan when she Vas hostess to Friday Club with a dessert-bridge. Floral arrangements of jonquils and hyacinths were used to deco rat? the Stevenson home. Bridge winners were Mrs. James C. Guard, high, Mrs. Farris Mc- Calia second high and Mrs. S. E Tune, bridgo. Mrs. Baker Guest of Gosnel I GA's Mrs. Roy Baker was a visitor las night at the meeting of Gosnel Baptist Girl's Auxiliary Eight mem bers were present, Betty Guthrie presided over th meeting which was opened with repeating of the watchword and pledge of allegiance. All members present presented the program on, "What Would Jesus Do." Diane Baker led the closing prayer. Coming Events MONDAY Rainbow Qlrls sponsoring spaghetti supper at Masonic Temple, 5 to 8 p.m. WMU of First Baptist Church meeting at church for Royal Service program, 2 p.m. Executive Board of Women of ihe Presbyterian Church meeting at church, 2 p.m. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meeting at home of Mrs. Dale Dunlap, 1:30 p.m WSCS of First Methodist Church having luncheon at 1 p.m. followed by business and program meeting TUESDAY Colonel John Martin Chapter of DAC meeting at home of Mrs. O. W McCutchen, 10:30 a.m. Mrs. James B. Clark is co-hostess. Eastside Garden Club having flower shower at home of Mrs. Henry Young, 2 p.m. Mrs. V. O. Miller and Mrs. Leonard Smith are co-hostesses. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at Hotel Noble w:tb Mrs. Bill Hodge, as hostess, Local Woman's Daughter Receives Awards The Spokane. Wash., • alumni chapter of Theta Sigma Phi, na tional fraternity oi women in jour nalism, recently conferred a gold trophy and certificate of award upon "Mrs. Thelma Hall Quast, of the Silver State Post of which sh is a news editor. Her write-up oi the two winnin_ stories were judged the best stories in the Inland Empire. The troplr and certificate were awarded at banquet in the Spokane Press Club Mrs. Quast is the daughter r Mrs. Henderson Hall of this city. 8078 11-20 By Sue Burnett T!ie most populmr sundress of ill w;icn wsrm we»tiser comes — the h.uter neciline style, (wired he« » ah a brief button-on bolero. C:\tsern No. S07S Is to sizes 11, U' 13 H, IS. IS, SO. Size !2, 4»i >*.-as oi 35-inch; 1 yurds contrast. K>M this pattern, send tic In CV'S* your name, »ddress, size ,<<- -rvi "snd the PATTERS NUM- BVK w Sue Burnett, Blythevllle C.-.:i;rr NfWS. »» * QuiBcyj Slier: Chic*RO t, HI. 8<su- FASHION. *prt« K.Riv.rr '••>« is » comj»M« t "f »ncl w family. Don't » «nu BOW ** your $125 SUNDAY $125 DINNER 1 1 APPETIZERS Fresh Vegetable Soup Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREE Roast Sirloin of Beef with Brown Gravy Maryland Fried Chicken with Cream Gravy Stuffed Deviled Crab with Tartar Sauce CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Early June Peas Buttered Whole Kernal Com Cauliflower AuGratin Snowflake Potatoes SALAD Jello Fruit Salad DESSERT Blackberry Cobbler Sunday Special -1 Day Only! FullCourseDinner$100 Including Drink and Dessert I RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN •lyrittvillt's Favorite Eating Place 3eacon GMA Has Meeting in Wakefield Home . Girls' Missionary Auxiliary of Beacon Baptist Church met last night at the home of Faye Wake- "leld with eight members and three 'isitors present. Miss Laverne uwen led the opening prayer with Glenda McDay presiding over the business session. Allene McDay, Susie Lucas and ilenda McDay gave the program on. "Beginning of God's Judge- ment Upon Man." Jackie Quails gave the closing prayer. Nylon lingerie is inexpensive :hese days. So. if your white things are turning gray, by all means replace them. Box Office Opens 6:45 SK^w Storfrs 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature wunDENNrNB — A.\D — SUNDAY & MONDAY METRO NEWS AND CARTOON Button! Shoe Shop E*p«rt Shot Repair Good Shoes lit Good Prices 112 S. Broadway Exempler Chapter meeting at home of Mrs. Jack Owen, 7:30 p m. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Cheste. Caldwell. American Legion Auxiliary meeting Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. Russell H. Farr. CIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs W. H. O'Keefe. Tuesday Canasta Club meeting with Mrs. Eddie Burks. Country Club Bridge League meeting. EVWS ' HTB 'Kll» Serial "Sea Hound" No. 11 And Cartoon QUEEN — Cooler High School queen is Miss Frankie Thomas. She is the daughter of Mr. a Mrs. Marshal Thomas and is a senior at the school. She has been active in basketball. Beta Club, and is a member ot the Student Council. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. S. E. Tune. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. Uoyd Wise. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. E. Cherry. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. H G. Parties'. THURSDAY Altrusa Club meeting. Emanon Club meeting with Mrs. Nick Powers. Thursday Club meeting with Ws R. H. Kirb.v. LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs. B'.an Heath. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. Cecil' Shane. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. Harry A. Haines. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. \'nry Hatfield. Thursday contract Club meeting with Mrs. .0. W. McCutchen. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Oddfellow and Rebekah Lodges will serve a spaghetti supper, 5 to 8 pm. at the IOOP Hall. Adult tickets will be 75 cents with chil- drens tickets fifty cents. FKIDAY Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Loy Welch. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. J;:mes Roy. Woman's Club having covered- dish luncheon, Mrs. W. Marion Williams will give a book re- Sodaliton Class Meets Sodalitan Class of First Baptist Church met this week at the home o) Mrs. Maxine Thompson with nine members present. Mrs. Virginia Belknap gave the devotional and Mrs. Frank McCool .'ed the opening prayer. At the conclusion of the meeting the hostess served cake and coffee. PURE SILK FOR EASTER — Pure silk takes two very different fashion forms for Easter.Sunday. Nub-faced pure sillt in pale honey tone (left) is used for suit with semifitted jacket by Mollie Parnis. Model wears it with a ranch mink stole by Leo Ritter. Fresh white coin dots are scattered over the surface of a dress in moonstone blue pure silk shantung (right). This is from Harvey Ber.n. Long bodice forms molded line above easy skirt with pleated side panels. There's a touch of white organdy at the neckline. History Spoils A Good Story RICHMOND. Va. ifi — Captain John Smith of Virginia's Jamts- t.iwn Colony was saved from the Indians by Pocfthontas but nobody saved him from the historians. And-rriore's the pity, says Dr. Jay B. Hubbell. professor emeritus of American literature at Duke University, a man who thinks a gond story is a fine thing for the nation to have around. mond, would have had the Indian princess marrying the dougnty captain Then, he added, they might :luded George Washington, Patrick Kcnrv and Robert E. Lee. But his- nerica doesn't have i>i to Virgil's Aeneid. SrS unirf^lf „".££ ««- Courie,. News C.assified Ad, ; YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre! view following the luncheon. Mrs. Paul Pryor is chairman of hostesses. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Set of 7 Keys on two chains with little blue pistol ornament. Call 3-8811. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! 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