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PAGE FOUB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH T, 198* Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor News - Phone 3-4461 SHOW WINNER — Pictured .with their prize-winning arrangements are Mrs. Bob Copeland (left) and Mrs. Lee Stiles. These ladies won first places in the two divisions jf Eastside Garden Club flower show,yesterday. Mrs. Copeland won in the driftwood arrangements and Mrs. Stijes in the winter arrangements. The latter was also sweepstakes winner. (Courier News Photo) Mrs. Stiles Is Sweepstakes Winner at Eastside Flower Show Mrs. Lee Stiles was sweepstakes winner yesterday when Eastside Garden Club held its annual flower show. There were two divisions in thej show, driftwood and winter arrangements. Mrs. Stiles won first in the winter arrangements and Mrs. Bob Copeland in the driftwood. Other winners in the winter division were Mrs. Lee Hill, second, and Mrs. W. Leonard Smith, third. Mrs. Smith own second and Mrs. Stiles third in the driftwood with honorable mention going to Mrs. Hill. Mrs. Henry Young entered some planters and won first and second place on these. The flower show was held at the home o! Mrs. Young with Mrs. Smith and Mrs. V. O. Miller as co- hostesses. So Pretty For Tots 8359 1-6 yn. By Sue Burnett This darling yoked dress for young girls can be made without or with sleeves. Bonnet to match ana a cape that goes with everything. Pattern No. 8359 with PATT-0- RAMA included is in sizes 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6 years. Size 2. dress, I 34 yards of 35-inch; % yard contrast; bonnet, -"U yard; cape 1?2 yards of 54-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, sizi desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 312 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6,. 111. Basic FASHION, spring and summer '56 is a complete sewing guide for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Don't wait — send 26 cents now for your copy. The program was opened with a poem from the yearbook by Mrs. B. A. Bugg. Mrs. W. E. Buchanan and Mrs. Era Gotcher Were program chairmen with Mrs. A. D. Priest and Mrs. Bugg assisting them. Mrs. R. H. Jones of Osceola spoke to the group on her recent trip to Europe and gave explanations on the flowers grown in these countries. Mrs. Robert Bailey also of Osceola gave points on judging and talked on the flower show to be held in Osceola in May. Judges for the afternoon were Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Rupert Crafton, George Mulr and Mrs. Ed Alder of Osceola. Mrs. \V. E. Wallace, Mrs. W. L. Walker and Mrs. Lou Hichey were new members of the Garden Club with visitors being Mrs. Jim price, Mrs. Love Adams, Mrs. N. W. Kyles, Mrs. Prank Webb, Mrs. N. C. Patterson. Mrs. C. C. Elliott, Mrs. Blanche Summers, Mrs. Maude Cas&idy and Frank Bailey. Surprise Party Honors Marilyn Lutes A surprise birthday party was given for Marilyn Lutes Monday night at the Dogwood Clubhouse with four of her aunts as hostesses. They were Mrs. Charlie Lutes, Mrs. Phillip Applebaum, Mrs. Jim Burks and Mrs. Bud Lutes. Members of the Burdette High School seinor class were guests. Jonquils were used on the table from which cake, punch, sandwiches and ice cream were served during: the evening. Dancing provided entertainment Bits of News A Mrs. Allen Renter of Des Moines, la., aunt of Mrs. W. F. Tegetheoff of Blythevllle, - is visiting in the Tegethoff home here. Kathy Hollingsworth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin HoUingsworth, is - confined to her home with mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Butler of Osceola drove to Pine Bluff today to attend funeral services of Mrs. Butler's grandmother, Mrs. W. M. Toney. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Damon have returned from Miami and Key West, Fla. In Miami they visited their daughter, Airs. James M. Barnes, and Mr^ -Barnes. Mrs. Charles Billingsley was in Memphis Tuesday to take her daughter, Charlyn Rose, who underwent minor surgery there. They were accomapnied to Memphis by Mrs. Billmgsley's mother, Mrs. H. C Career, Mrs. Clarence Cummings and son Larry and Mrs. Louis Proctor. Among students home for the weekend from the University of Arkansas were Jerry Nail, Sue Jobe, Gailya Silwell, Linda Rayder, Allen Shanks and Danny Edgmon. ExempkrCbapter Meets and Has Rush Party Exempler Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met last night at the home of Mrs. Jack Owen. Mrs. Jimmie Edwards presided over the meeting and also showed films to the group on Burmuda, Colorado, Cuba and California in keeping with their study course. . Friday night this chapter entertained its rushees with a Mexican progressive party with the group going to the homes of Mrs. Randal Hawks and Mrs. Fred S. Saliba. Rushees of the chapter are Mrs. E. L. Boggs, Mrs. Perry Darby, Mrs. Todd Harrison, Mrs. Dan McCas- Kill, Mrs. Elmer Norman, Mrs. Uiiio Barnes, Mrs. Herb Childs, Mrs. Hank Dodd, Mrs. Foy Etchieson, Mrs. Ray Harrison, Mrs. Bill Hodge, Mrs. Cecil Kelly, Mrs. Orlie Parker, Mrs. Elmer stone, Mrs. Dick Watson and Mrs. Dick Shanks. Mrs. Lendennie Honored by YM Birthday Club Mrs. Essie Lendennie was the honored member last night when Young Matron's Birthday Club held its monthly dinner-meeting at the home of Mrs. Clyde Lutes. The guests were seated at a table decorated to carry out the Easter motif. The centerpiece was an Easter lily. Running .the length of the table were pink blossoms accented by colored Easter eggs. Mrs. Max Whatley and Mrs. Brad Sharon were guests of the club. Following the meal the remainder of the evening was spent informally and Mrs. Lendennie was presented a gift. Tuesday Card Clubs Conduct Weekly Games Tuesday card clubs conducted weekly games yesterday. Tri-Town Club met at the home of Mrs. Russell H. Farr. Invited as guests were Mrs. Leonard Oldham, Mrs. Bill Rader and Mrs, Bill Welch. Mrs. Farr decorated for the dessert-bridge with jonquils, violets and begonia. Ms. Gene Teaford and Mrs. Fred Kelly were winners. Mrs. William P. Bear carried out the St. Patrick's Day theme when she entertained Octave Club at her home last night. Guests were Mrs. Travis Brooks, Miss Jesse Srite and Mrs. Thelma Johnson. Mrs. Phillip Applebaum, Mrs. Fred Davis and Mrs. Johnson were winners. The hostess served coffee and cake. Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. R. J. McKinnon of Manila were guests when Mrs. Chester Caldwell was hostess to Tuesday Bridge Club. The luncheon table held an arrangement of stock and camellias. Mrs. Doyle Henderson won high, Mrs. Riley Jones, second, and Mrs. McKinnon, bridge. Tuesday Canasta Club was entertained by Mrs. Eddie Burks. Winners were Mrs. Mike Meroney, high, Mrs. O. o. Elkins. second, and Mrs. Roy Head, third. A salad plate was served. Legislatures of 34 states meet every other year. Workhorse Reward LAWRENCEBTJRG, Kl. Iff)— Everybody knew that Johnny Lyon had worked like a horse on a factory repair job. But do you think his fellow workers patted him on the back for being such a workhorse? Well—yes and no They sen a bale of hay—gift card and all—to Johnny, Cuiiison Bicycle Shop Wt repair all makes Bicycle* & Tricycles. W« carry a complete line of parts for all make biker Phone 2-6122. Across from Kroaer PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET • Fresh Fruit & Produce • Fresh Dressed Poultry I The Finest in Beef, Veal, Lamb & Pork Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In We Deliver Come In 1044 Chick YOU CAN'T STOP THE QUEEN MARY WITH A CLOTHESLINE.. <**, m «e thon yov eon ktep a lornoda from hiding youf house. Bu» you co« boy imurance - lh« right kind, in Irw right omouM. W«K b« 9tod to odvJM. NOBLE GILL AGENCY Mitchell Movement PlayedbyLeague An eight-table Mitchell movement was played last night by Country Club Bridge League. North-South winners were Mrs. Prank Grigsby and Mrs. C. C. Councille first with 88V4 points. Second went to Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. E. B. Gee who had 18'i points. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. C. W. Afflick were third with 75 points. , East-West winners were Harry W. Haines and Mrs. F. E. Black first with 8V/- points and Mrs. E. C. Allen and Mrs. Robert Killian second with 67 points. Mrs. Jim Cooper and Mrs. H. C. Sims won third position with 65'/2 paints. Read Courier News Classified Ads M!M Etia Elmore Miss Elmore Engaged _To Airman Janssen Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Elmore are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage 'of their daughter, Etta Jeanette, to A/2c John Edward Janssen of East Peoria, 111. Airman Janssen is the son of Mrs. Margaret Horsley and the late William Janssen of £ast_Peoria. Miss Elmore is a member of the 1956 graduating class of Blytheville High School. She is a member of the Future Homemakers of America club and served as treasurer of this organization one year. The groom-elect attended Central High of East Peoria prior to entering the Air Force. He is now stationed at .Lake Charles, La. Wedding plans will be announced later. Mikie Simon Has All-Girl Birthday Party Mikie Jenlse Simon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.,Mike Simon, celebrated her sixth birthday Saturday when her mother entertained with an all-girl party. Each little girl brought along her favorite doll and played with them during the afternoon. Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served in the den which was decorated in the birthday fashion. Mrs. Malcolm Greenway and Mrs. Charles Armstrong assisted Mrs. Simon in serving. GLENCOE ILDG. Pho. 3-6868 Exclusively at Feinberg's M 7 " DREAMS up a dress with all the no- V mantle symptoms of Spring fever; a spanking white detachable Puritan collar topping a trim silhouette. And it keeps that Easter morning look all year 'round, thanks to Chromspun ... the fiber with color locked in to stay.^To wear now . . . right through balmy days. As advertised in CHARM FEINBERG'S "THE FASHION SHOP" 315 W. Main'St. Phone 2-2221 Out-of-Totvn Guests Honored With Drop-In Mrs. Jesse Taylor entertained at her home on Saturday afternoon with an informal drop-in complimenting Mrs. E. E. Hardin, Jr., and Mrs. E. E. Hardin. Ill, of Memphis who were weekend visitors here. Party foods were served from a table centered with an arrangement of pink camellias highlighted by orchid stock. These flowers were placed in an epergne. . Assisting Mrs. Taylor were Miss Nora Simpson, Mrs. P. D. Poster, Jr., and Mrs. Carl Sandusky. Approximately 60 guests called during; the afternoon with Mrs. Robert Rector of Oklahoma the only out-of-town guest. Mrs. Stark New Member of GosnellHDClub Gosnell Home Demonstration Club met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charlie George with 11 members and one new member, Mrs. Edward Stark, present. Group singing and prayer by Mrs. Jack Stark opened the meeting. The devotional was given by Mrs. L. T. Karnes. Roll cati was answered by each member stating that she hM done for the 4-H Club. The eye-opener was a hand-painted apron shown by Mrs. Harvey Hart. 'Mrs. Guy Geans gave a demonstration on clothing. In the business session plans were made for a minstral to be presented in April. • Coming Events THURSDAY Altrusa Club meeting. Emanon Club meeting with Mrs. Nick Powtrs. Thursday Club meeting with M-s R. K. Kirby. Kings Daughters Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mts W. P. \~.cCormick, 2000 Hearn, 7:30 p.m. Yarbro PTA having study course, 7:30 p.m. LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs Bian Heath. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. Cecil Shane. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs Harry A. Halnes. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs iV<u-y Hatfield. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Oddfellow and Rebekah Lodges NILA NEW< B> Mri. Bill Lawhora Sixty-six young people of the Manila community registered «t the opening of Manila Youth Center Friday night at MoKlnnon Irrigation Building. Music was furnished by the Star- lighters In their first home town appearance. Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cummings, Mrs. R. J. McKinnon, Mrs. Bill Davidson, Mrs. Rice A. Johnston and Tom Steele. Out of town guests were Mrs. J. D. Hodgw and a friend of Leachville. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McKinnon -donated their building as a temporary meeting place In order that the Youth Center 'could begin operation. An organization was formed for the sole purpose of supporting supervised recreation for young peo- pie. They, are Mr. , and Mrs. Joe Fornberger. Mr. and . Mrs. Guy- Rubenstein, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh'Miles, Rev. ami Mrs. Harold Spence; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Curtis, Mr. and Mrs Ed McMasters, Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Osborn; Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. McCulley, Norman Heathman, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. I-leeman, Mr. and Mrs.-. Tom Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cheadle, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford King, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs R, J. .McKinnon; Mr. and 'Mrs. Bill Davidson, Hr. and Mrs. Glenn Homer, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lawhom, Mr and Mrs. Eddie Ashabranner, Coach D. P. Dopson, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Richardson. Jim chendle, chairman, Mrs. Vance Henderson, Mrs. R. J. McKinnon, Mrs. Paul Robbins, Leo will serve a spaghetti supper, 5 to 8 p.m. at the IOOF Hall. Adult tickets will be 75 cents with chil- drens tickets fifty cents. Homemakers Class of First Bap- fist Church meeting at home of Mrs. F. L. Wicker, 408 East Missouri, 7:30 p.m. Burdette PTA meeting at 2:30 p.m. for election of officers. An executive board meeting will be held at 2 p.m. FRIDAY Friday contract Club meeting with Mrs. Loy Welch. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. Jumes Roy. Woman's Club having covered- dish luncheon, 1p.m. Mrs. W. Marion Williams will give a book review .following the luncheon. Mrs. Paul Pryor is chairman of hostessea. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Cummings oompoM »n adult council to represent the sponsoring organization. The young people *l«ct«d Judy Wright, chairman, Glenda Shelton, Ronnie Ballurd, Sonny Johnston and Cary Joll'.f! as » student council to govern the Youth Center. Pat Richardson will ieiv« u council advisor. Approximately M young pcopli attended the Buffalo Island Sub- Dlstlrct at the First Metflodiit Church in Manila Monday night. Thirty-three of the young peopli were- from Manila. Miss Judy Wright and Mist Uar- cla White were In charge of recreation with folk: games being played using the newly acquired reeotd player and "World of Fun" records. The group then went to the auditorium where the Manila - M.Y.F. put on-an original skit written .by Rev. Harold Spence. Carl Robin assisted with the skit. Manila P.T.A. met Monday night at Snider Memorial Library with 50 present. . , The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Ernest Webb. Minutes of_the last meeting were rind by Mrs. Vance "Henderson. The treasurer's report wai fivw by Mrs. Sam Moore. Mrs. (ieorge Farmer, president, presided over the business meeting A nominating, committee was elected. Those on the committee were Mrs. Melvln Donald Dennis, Mrs Joe Hornberger, Mrs. Qebrgi Flagg and Mrs. Crockett Wright. ft was decided to give a $5 priu to the room that has the most P.T.A. members by the March meeting. . Mrs. Milton Towles was in charge of the program. Mrs. W. A. Themie gave the devotional. Mrs. Walter Davis read a poem, Through the Years." The Rev. Richard Vestal was the speaker. His subject was "Our Responsibility to School, Horrie, Church and Community." Mrs. Rose Downing entertained v;ith a surprise birthday supper Tuesday at her home, of complimenting Mrs. C. H. Ashabranner, whose birthday fell on that date. Present for the party were Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Downing, Bill Downing. Mrs. F. M. Sweet, Sr., Frank Sweet, Jr., C. H. Ashabran- per and Sandra and Jerry Down- Ing. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Stuart and children Jeanne and Bryant, Jr., of Campbell, Mo. Fire Habit • CROWHEART, Wyo. 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