The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 22, 1953
Page 4
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PACK FOUR ULYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER WEDNESDAY, APRIL «, 19W oce Put Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 MAKH1KI) — Jlrs. ,fami's Bower Henry before her Sunday marriage, i\lisa Mary Kalh- ei iiH! Keel of Newport, Ark., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John 1'. Keel. Lt. Henry i.s the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson lit nry of Blythevilie. The couple, whose marriage was solemnized at the First Methodist. (. hurdi in Newport, is now at home in Philadelphia, Pa., where the bridegroom is stationed. Tri-Town Club Is Entertained Tri-Town Bridge Club members and guests were entertained yesterday afternoon at the home of Musical Tea To Be Friday The annual Women's Club Musical Ten in lo be held Friday afternoon at the Club at 2:30, preceded by a meeting of the executive board Mrs. Newton Whitis for dessert bridge. • I nt 2 o'clock. Roses and lillies of the valley Mrs. Worth Holder is to be in were combined to form card table charge of the musical program, nnd Hostesses for the afternoon arc lo be Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. Mrs. Paul i Pryor. Mrs. George Lee, Mrs Dale Mrs. Phil Robinson, Mrs. i C. M. Smart. Mr;,. Dawlton. Fowl- I ston, Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, Mrs. J C. Walters. Mrs. Kelton Francis, centerpieces and other floral arrangements throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Can-ad Caudill won first j 5 ?? Sl place for the afternoon in bridge with second going to Mrs. Lynn Hughes. Tuesday Club Has Luncheon Members of the Tuesday BridRe Club were entertained yesterday at the Country Club with luncheon and an afternoon of bridge, when Mrs. E. M. Rcg'enold wns hostess. All the guests were seutcd at one long table which was centered with a low bowl of assorted .spring fiow- ers. During the afternoon bridge games were conducted and winners Included Mrs, Doyle Henderson, first; Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, .second; and Mrs. Jesse Taylor, brldgo. Mrs. J. P Owens and Mrs, G DllJnhunty. HON'ORED — Suzanne Felton of Baytown, Tex., grand-daughter of Mrs. J. H. Lovewell and niece of Mrs. Dick Bagby of Osceola, hs« been chosen duchess to the fifth annual Neclic-s Ri\er Festival at Beaumont. Tex. Her escort will be Snow Wilson of Osceola, r. student at the University of Houston and the -on of Mrs. Bob Gillespie. Mias Felton is a frequent Osceola visitor. Miss Holland Is Hostess to Club Miss Betty Nell Hollnnd was hostess last night at her home on Ash Street, for a dessert bridge Riven for members of the. N. N. Bridge Club. Mrs. Jim .Jeffries won first, pinch in the briclKC, with nci-ond RoiriB to Mrs. Russell Simpson, nnd brldgo to Betty Ann Hnrber. Red tulips were placed nt Intervals in the llvlnt; room, where the bridsc games were conducted. Dessert Bridge Given for Club Mrs. Max Usrey entertained with n dessert brldce yesterday nller- noon for members of the Lu Petite Club nt her home. Tulips of pn.sU'l. shades combined with deep blue Dm eh iris formed floral nrniiiRcments which were placed at. vantage points in the living nnd dining rooms, where she entertained her Kuei-ts. In the fifternoon's brtritu! games, Mrs. Eric Whitli-y won high score, with second going lo Mrs. Phil Robinson. Mrs. Rupert Crnfton won brldgo. Mrs. J. W. Mellaney Mrs. McHaney To Head BSP Mrs. Joe W, McHaney, was elected president of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi last night nt a meeting held at the home of Mrs. E. L. Boggs, with Mrs. Paul C. Hughes as Other officers include Mrs. Vera Goodrich, vice president; Mrs. Boggs, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Arlenc MvKenzie. recording secretary; and Mrs. Robert Lipscomb, treasurer. Mrs. Elmer Norman. Mrs. Roland Bishop and Mrs .Roy Kirksey were elected to the sorority's city council. In other hiiRiiPfis, Miss Polly Stewart and Mrs. Dixie Hartje gave report of the sorority's regular visit to Kennedy General Hospital. A party was planned for May 5, to be held nt Walker Park where members will dress as their eecret ambition. Mrs. Boggs and Mrs. Hughes served dessert and .coffee following the business. Tulips, dogwood and yellow rosebuds, the sorority flower, were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Miss Hall Weds in California In a ceremony performed April 4, In the Alamcda, Calif,, First 1 Methodist Church, Miss Juanita Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mm n. C.1 Hall of Blythcvllle became the bride of Second Class Petty officer J. T. Kelly. The ricv. Stephen C Thomas officiated at the afternoon candlelight ceremony. For her bridal gown, the bride chose a ballerina length dress of Aqua taffeta shantung designed with a bouffant skirt and fitted bodice with white accessories. She pinned n corsage of orchids at her shoulder. The couple's attendants ucre Miss Jeffie Hall, sister of the bride, jimmy Hall brother of the bride, both formerly of Blytheville and Third Class Petty Officer Bennie Ward of Phoenix, Ariz. Miss Hall chose for the occassion a navy blue dress with white accessories. Her corsage w«s of camellias. The bride. a graduate of Blytheville High School, Is currently employed by the San Francisco Federal Bureau of Investigation. Her husband, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Kelly of Jasper, Ala., Calif. Is now serving aboard the USS Ron The couple now resides at 1505 Homme Richard In San Francisco, Sutler Street, San Francisco, Calif. Mrs. J. T. Kelly Bits of News PC, Dinner Meeting Held at Church Membnrs of the Women's Missionary Society and Business Wo- mciiVs Circle of Trinity Baptist Church met at the church Monday night for dinner meeting and Royal Service protjrtirn. , Guests for the meeting included, Mrs. C. W. Forrest, Mrs. Lois Webb. tcr « Miss Vcra Goodrich, are spend- M rSt ing a week in Knoxville, Tenn., its Mrs. C. G. Redman arrived homi yesterday by plane from Portland Ore., where she went for the v/ecl cling of Mr. Redman's brother, H A. Redman, to Miss Agnes Schwab of Denver, Colo. She also visit In Pleasanton, Cnlff., as guest o her sister, Mrs, Guy H. Payne, and family. Miss Kathleen Briggs of Ho! Springs, state Women's Missionary Council director, will arrive Saturday and will speak at the First Assembly of God Church at the morning service. She will also be speaker at a rally to be held Saturday night nt the Blytheville church for surrounding towns. Mr, and Mvs. R. C. Fare- and Mrs. T. H. Haynes have returnee! home from St. Louis and Cairo, where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Perry Darby have as their guest Mrs. Darby's mother, Mrs. M. M. Butcher of Morehend. Ky., who is .spending an extended visit here. Among members of the PEO Sisterhood who will go to Little Rock for the .State Convention tomorrow are Mrs. Riley B. Jones, Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon, Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mrs. Chester Caldwell, Mrs. L. E. Old, Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mrs. R. A. Porter and Mrs. Jiuncs Roy. MI;K. E. A. Goodrich and dauph- Mrs. V. O. Overman and Jesse Brown. Mrs. Arah Speck gave the opening prayer, nftur which Mrs, Joyce Crocker presented the program and gave the devotional. Circle One nnd the BWC pave thn program, which was dismissed by Mrs. David McPeake. Bunco Club Has Weekly Meeting Mrs. Pat Chipmon was a RUest of Mrs. Howard Besharsc. when she entertained members of the Timka Bunco Club at her home last night. Mre. Hershell Besliarse won bun- co prize, with hlsh score being won by Mrs. Clyde Perry, and low by Mrs. Joe Miller. A bouquet of assorted spring garden flowers centered the dining room table, where party foods and iced drinks were served following the games. CWF Conducts eneral Meeting MemberV-of the Christian Wom- I's Fellowship of the First Christian Chureh held a general meeting Monday, following n meeting ot the executive board, which was conducted by Mrs. W. D. Cobb. Mrs. Cobb intrdouced Mrs. Freeman Robinson, worship lender for the afternoon. In tile group count taken later in the afternoon, four attended from the Faith Group, seven from the Hope Group, and one from the Love Group. Mrs. Rupert Crafton wns hostess. At the Hospitals niythevWe Hospital Dismisel. Bob Ncwsome, City. ' Walls Hospital Mrs. Edith McDaniel, City. E. B. Chltwood, City. Tweedy Forsythc, Clt.v. Jack Collins, City, guests of their daughter nnd ter, Mrs. John Thomas, and Mr. Thomas. Mrs. W. F. Brewer and Mrs. Emma Nolen spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. W. M. Fitzhugh of Marianna, who has been the guest of her son, the Hev. W. J. FitzhuKh. and family for the past two months, left yesterday for Canton, Miss., for an extended visit with her daughter. Osceola News By BETTYE NELLE STARB of votntn of tt Cnureb net Mondny »t .noon lor luncheon. HottuiM were Mri. I. D. Carpenter, Mri. A. W. Bowen, and Mri. Arthur Rogers. Following luncheon, the_ officers presided over by the new president, Mrs. Arthur Rogers, listened to the financial report, given by Mrs. R. C. Bryan, finance chairman, for last year, and to the budget set up for the coming year. Following the executive meeting, the regular monthly business meet- Ing, attended by 33 members, was held in the recreation room. A W. Bowen, Sunday School Superintendent, gave the history of the Osceola Presbyterian church. The hostesses for the business meeting were Mrs. E. L,. Tallaferro, Mrs. Boyd White and Mrs. H. E. Phlllllps. During the social hour, fresh strawberry chiffon pie and coffee was served. •Junior GA Meeting Is Conducted Members of the Junior Oirl's Auxiliary of New Liberty Baptist Church met at the church yesterday afternoon for a program on Mexico. Linda Langley was hostess for the afternoon's meeting. "The Great Commission," was the theme of the devotional. Libby Goff and Madeline Needham gave parts on the program. After the benediction, refreshments were served. Coming Events Thursday Ladles Bible ClHss of the First Methodist Church has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the emirch with Mrs. E. E. Hardin and Mff. J. d. Sud- buryl Friday Mrs. P. L. Husband and Mrs. W. X, etovaH are hoitejsei for • IM •hower at Hotel Nobl* Mri. Tom Walls from I p. 5 p. m. Duplicate Bridge League member! meet at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Edgar Borum is hostesa to members of the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Clarence Webb Is hostess t« the La Nueve Club. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH ANNUAL SPAGHETTI SUPPER Thursday, April 23, At Jaycee Club Serving 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. Adults ?1 Children under 12 ... 50c League Plays At Country Club O. S. Crowell and Harry W. Halnes won first place nt the Duplicate Bridge League meeting, which was held at the Country Club last night. Other winners in the five-table Howell movement were Mrs. Samuel P. Norris and Frank Nelson, second place: and Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. Frank Origsby, third place. Cotton Carnival Tour Dick Prewitt, in the absence Mayor Ben F. Butler, welcomed th Cotton Carnival Queen, Miss Mar. Abbay Joyner at the buffet suppe given at the 50 Club for the o.ueen and other visiting dignitaries rues day. Mrs. Richard Bodlne, Queen o the Bumpers Club, Miss Ann Gill Queen ol the Sphinx and Miss HeL en Oiliiland, tiie King of Couon'i princess, were among those in at tendance. Mrs. David Laney, Mrs Thomas P. Hughes, and Henry James Swift, cousins of Queen Marj Abbay, attended the supper. Mr. Swift presented Queen Mary Abbay with a white orchid corsage and other queens and princesses with purple orchid corsages. Places were set for 60. Centering the queen's table was an arrangement of American Beauty roses. Circle Meets Mexican place mats and burros drawing carts of colorful flowers centered the small tables for the spaghetti supper Monday , night at .lie home of Mrs. Roy Cox for the fluth Culpepper Circle of the Baptist Church. The dining table carried the Mex- can theme and was centered with i jar filled with speclman type daf- "odlls. Following the meal, -Mrs Sydney Doss, who had charge of the Royal Service program, gave her alk on Mexico. Ilaptist Women Meet Mrs. Ida Tucker, Mrs. C. E. Bllt- iv and Miss Mildred Hawks were hostesses at the Royal Service Missionary Society when it met at the Baptist Church Monday afternoon. Mrs. A. E. Thorne had charge of the program, assisting on the program was Mrs. Melvln Speck. Seventeen members were present. Fresh strawberry short cake and coffee were served during the social hour. Presbyterian "Women Meet Members of the executive board Bttrnes for Bible study, which was conducted by the hostess. Mrs. Jeff White gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Ernest Sigman gave tho devotional. After the program, refreshments were served. Brotherhood Supper Is Given at Church Thirty five members of the New Liberty Brotherhood of the Baptist Church met at the church Me day night for a barbecue supper. Mrs. Vance Dixon reviewed the book, "The West Is Big." To begin the meeting, group singing, prayers and scripture readings were used. E. H. Crook and Don Whitney gave closing prayers. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times WED -THURS Double Feature OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents LAST TIMES TONITE! Double Feature BUCK NITE! DOLLAR A CARLOAD ""w»«»'«'»«"'™a " »A JOHN WAYNE Production** RAY GENE AND THE LADY _FAr ElAWTTJT WILtlAM KOGULCT TO .»».t!«««f™» fc . 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