The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 8, 1956 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 8, 1956
Page 4
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PA9f FOUR BLTWiTftLl (JUMP Miss MilH* Ann - Society News -^ s Ann JMallory, Society EdKor * r iRtDf — Miss Frances McCollum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. McCollum of Steele, became the bride of Sam E. Johnson, son of Mrs. W. W. Johnson of Blytheville, in a ceremony —solemnized Monday evening in Hernando, Miss. Sain E. Johnson, Miss McCollum Exchange Vows in Mississippi Miss Frances McCollum. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L McCollum of Steele, and P'fc. Sam E. Johnson, son of Mrs. W. W. Johnson of Blytheville, were united in marriage Monday evening at Hernando, Miss. Vows were exchanged at Hernando Baptist Church with the Rev. C. H. Scutt officiating at the single-ring ceremony. Miss June Southern of Steele, wearing a brown dress with pink accessories and pink carnation cor- International Club Named American Visa American Visa Club was the name selected last night for the international club when it held its regular business meeting. Si other business, the constitution . and by-laws of the club were read and accepted. Seven new members were welcomed by the group including the countries of Belgium, England, Newfoundland and Japan. They also welcomed an honorary member from Hawaii. The next meeting will be held Thursday, March W at Room 302, 811 North Broadway. Anyone wish- tag to join by the organization may do so by contacting Mrs. Grace Mopphew at 2-2952. Melba Self New Member OfRosaYWA Young Women's Auxiliary of Rosa Baptist Church met at the church Tuesday night with 1C members, two visitors and one new member, Melba Self, present. Juanita Shoemaker was in charge of the program for the evening With Barbara LaCombe, Glenda Garrett and Ruth Vandergrlft assisting her. The business session was presided over by Iline Griffin. sage, served Miss McCollum as maid of honor. Julius Janet of Blytheville acted as best man. The bride wore a powder blue suit with navy and white accessories. Her corsage was of white orchids. Private Johnson will return to his base at Fort Bragg, N. C., the first of next week and Mrs. Johnson will join him there at a later date. Bits of News At the Hospitals BlyttwvHfe Dismissed: Mrs. J. D. Hopper, city Mrs. Percy Crowe, Steele Mrs. Owen Hodgers and baby, city Ruthie May Hopkins, city Chlckasawtat Hospital Dismissed: William Rigsby, city Mrs. B. L. Boggs, city Mrs. Cleo Langston, city Ollie Abbott, city Mrs. W. L. Crafton, city Jimmy Johnston, city Rufes Toliver, city Delores Nutt, city Mrs. Kyle Ball, city Mrs. Minnie Brooks, Steele Jimmy Cole, Dell Mrs. Albert Clay, city Mre. George Casper and baby, city George' Calhou, Jr.', city Jimmy Medford, city Charles Mcdowan, city Mrs. Jimmy Richardson, city Mrs. James Peterson, city Mrs. Jim L. Stabbs, city Mrs. Henderson Bolton, Steele Kip Torjusen, city Corbett Stockton, city Mrs. Maggie McDermott, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Bruce Barnett, city Charlie Key, city Helen May Glfford, Tomato Mrs. M. D. Wilson, Wardell Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mullins of Port Worth, Tex., announce the birth of a son, their first child, 'yesterday. Mrs. Mullins Is toe former Helen Russell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell, of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones and Mrs. Elton Kirby are spending several days at the Horner's cabin on Lake Hamilton in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hardin returned over the weekend from a vacation in Texas. They were motored home by their son, William Braxton dill, student at Baylor University, and his roommate, Miller McGehey, who spent the weekend here. Miss Joyce Qill of Arlington, Tex., spent the weekend at Dell visiting her mother, Mrs. B. G. Gill. Benny Gill ; is confined to his home at Dell with a broken collar bone which he received While playing baseball. Miss Martha Ann White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse White, is ill at her home at 401 East Davis. Mrs. C. E. Crigger, Jr., spent Tuesday in Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Slack returned to their home in Friars Point,. Miss., yesterday after a visit here with their son, W. A. Slack, and family. Kemper Bruton left today for Memphis where he will begin making arrangements for the Arkansas-Missouri Ginners Association which will be held in Memphis March 12-14. Miss Carol Ann Holt, student at Mississippi 'Southern College, will arrive. home tonight to spend the quarter vacation here with her mother, Mrs. Mino F. Dover, and other relatives. She will have as ner houseguest Louis Davis, also a student at the College. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Dill, of Tuseola, HI., announce the birth of their first child, a son, March 2 at Tuseola Hospital. The baby has been named Charles Allen. Mrs Dill is the former Miss Rena Bailey of Blytheville. Our d*figrrtfo»y draped ko*t«f ,.. <SSv« yow foe* *o» Kmcy took so right with the light spring fothiom. OMM* <rfWohormid-(iK»*«)w^». In be«Htif«l S«asheH. $f\9S Boa* to Match SWEETHEART CANDIDATE — Miss Sally Trieschman, student at University of Arkansas and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1. G. Trieschman of' Blytheville, has been selected as a .candidate for the Dream Girl of Pi Kappft Alpha fraternity at the University. Miss Trieschman is ft member of Chi Omega> sorority at the University. Selection of the Dream Girl will be made Saturday. (Photo by lack S«sser) NCOWivesClub Executive Board Meets Executive board of Non-Commissioned Officers Wives Club of Blytheville Air Force Base met Tuesday nighfc at the home of Mrs. Martha Jo Hovrued. The group discussed budgets for each committee and set limits for this month. Four members of the club were appointed to serve on the refreshment committee. Attending the meeting were Mrs, Betty Brown, Mrs. Betty Collier, Mrs. Ann Giles, Mrs. Anita Ridings, Mrs. Edith Nee, Mrs. Eva Eller, Mrs. Joan L. Muir, Mrs. Jean Gernand, Mrs. Donna Berrisford, Mrs. Terry Liberltt, Mrs. Kitty Farland, Mrs. Charlotte Dunham and Mrs. Marjorie Baker. In the social hour the hostess served cake and coffee. Guests Present At Each Of Bridge Clubs Quests were present yesterday when Wednesday bridge clubs met. Mrs. Walter Morrow and Mrs. Marvin Robinson were guests when Wednesday Bridge Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. S. E. Tune.' The weekly luncheon was served from a table which was highlighted by an arrangement of pink hyacinths. Mrs; C. A. Cunningham and Mrs. H. C. Sims were bridge winners, Mrs. John C. McHariey was the only guest when Town and Country Club played at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Wise. . Winning the bridge games were Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger and Mrs. J. G. Ellis. • Mrs. Wise decorated her home | iring-flowers and served a frosted drink. TLE Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. W. E. Cherry. Mrs. Cherry invited as her guest Mrs. Robert Weedman. . Mrs. W. J. Cupples won high score in the games, Mrs. Weedman, second high, and Mrs. Bill Lambert, bridgo. A- dessert course preceded the games. Mrs. Cleo Langston and Mrs. Loy Welch were guests when Club Eight played at the home o£ Mrs. S. C. Owens. Adding a touch of spring 'to entertaining rooms of the Owens home were bouquets of yellow jonquils. Bridge winners were Mrs. Langston, high, Mrs. Jesse White, second high, and Mrs. Welch, bridgo. Mrs. Billy Stow BillyStow,- Miss Lester Exchange Vows Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lester of Holland announce the marriage of their daughter, Pat, to Billy Stow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stow of Cooter. The marriage ceremony was performed Jan. 26, at Marks, Miss. They were attended by Bdyce Alexander of Cooter. The bride chose for her marriage a blue linen dress with black accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Stow will make their home in Holland until her graduation from Holland High School in May. Charming And Versatile Dell Bridge lub Has Meeting InTidwell Home Dell Bridge Club was entertained Tuesday at the home of Mrs. James Tidwell. Mrs. Tidwell invited as guests Mrs. Marguerite Partin, Mrs. Hunter Williams of Charleston, Miss., Mrs. Lorene Taylor, Mrs. Roy Littlefleld, Mrs. E. W. Noland and Miss Virginia Wilson. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated by bouquets of jonquils, forsythia, pussy willow and japonica. Mrs. H. R. Crawford, Jr.,. won club high and Mrs. Charles Kennett, second high. Guest high went to Mrs. Noland and Mrs. John Miles Miller was awarded bridgo. A dessert course preceded the games. Coming Events THURSDAY Kings Daughters Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mrs W. P. McCormicfc, 2000 Hearn, 7:30 p.m. Yaxbro PTA having study course, 1:K p.m. Oddfellow and Hebekah Lodges will serve a spaghetti supper, 5 to 8 p.m. at the IOOF Hall. Adult tickets will be 76 cents with chil- drens tickets fifty cents. Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mrs. F. L. Wicker, 409 East Missouri, 7:30 Royal Service Program Given AtGosnellWMU A Royal Service program was'pre-.] sented Tuesday night when Gosnell Baptist Women's Missionary Union met at the church. Mrs. Robert Williams served as program chairman and opened, the program with a brief history of the life of Annie Armstrong. Mrs. Williams also led repeating of the watchword. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. Jones, who also gave the-devotional. Taking parts in the mission study were Mrs. L. T. Karnes,,Mrs. Tom Grimes, Mrs. Walter Maxwell, Mrs. C. A. Moody and Mrs. Bantry Gentry. Mrs. Cecil Gray, Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Williams also gave a skit on, "Flying Low." Closing prayer was led by Mrs. Grimes. . Ten members and one new member, Mrs. Bantry Gentry, were present at the meeting. Mrs. Hughey Hudgins and Mrs. Gene Chitman were hostesses. pjn. FRIDAY Friday contract Club meeting With Mrs. Loy Welch. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. James 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 hostesses. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Variety Club having monthly dance at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer and Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson are hosts. Mrs. Miles Elected Head Of Sorority Mrs. David MUe« nt elected pre- •ident of Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Tuesday night when the chapter met at Hotel Noble with Mn, Bill Hodge as hotteu. Chosen to ,»erve with Mrs. Miles for the coming year were Mn. Hugh Caffey, vice-president; Mrs. John Prather, recordlng'secretary; Mrs. R. L. Brlgiz, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. O. M. Mitchell, treasurer, chairman-.for the evening, invited Mrs. Lbyd Owens who sang a solo for the'group, "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life," and Mrs. Je**e Whit* who reviewed the book, "The' areateH Thing In the World," by Henry Drummond. In the business session Mrs. Frank Hall was appointed chapter Red Croat Drive chairman. Mrs. Irene Henderson was a gwifr at the meeting. Sabbath Service To be Held at Temple Israel Tomorrow night at 8 p.m. Dr. Alfred Vise will conduct a sabbath and memorial service at Temple Israel. The Rabbi will deliver a sermon bawd on, "Can You Do tt: Yes, You Can." Lone Oak HD )lubMeets At Clubhouse Lone OU Horn* Dmonrtntton Club n»t it the clubhouw Tuesday with Mn. J. O. Huey prtatdini over the meeting. Mn. B. L. Xubuiki jav« ta* jcrtp- ture reading from th« and chapter of Luke. MM. LetUe Moor* |av« the opening prayer. In the, business nation the H members present nude plans for the spring dnt> rtrut. A 'demon- stratlon on straw haU and bags was given by Mn. Claude Duncan. Mn. Bonltt, Slfrnui : t»»« th» eye-opener which wu • hand-paint-. ed apron. • , ' - . T.n contetU, prliM went to Mn. Moore and Mn. R. X. D»vi«. After announcing that a Mm wW be shown at he clubhouM. on W. day, March 16, those preeant were dismissed by repeating of fee Olub Tri-Hn^ Entertained With Skating Party Members of Blythevffl* Trl-W-TT were entertained with a *atinc party Saturday evening in •K«n- nett. The girlc were chaperoned by Miss Melba Marion, their advisor, and Miss Glyn Burton. Those attending were Sybil Neal. Betty Collier, Donna Sue King, Peggy Caperton, Pat WilUngham, Martha Ann White, Shirley Roark and Toby Ann Long. Spring Styles from Hays! By Sue Burnett Well fitting bare-arm dress, and jacket set for the matron. Pattern No. 8387 with PATT-0- RAMA included, is in sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44; 46, 48, 50, 52. Size 38, dress 4% yards of 35-inch. Pattern No. 8388, jacket, with PATT-O-RAMA inclded, is in sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52. Size 38. 3% yards of 35-inch. Two patterns. For these patterns, send 35c for EACH, in C OINS, your name, address, 1 sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, Illinois. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the Spring & Summer '66 edition of our complete pattern magazine Basic FASHION. It's filled with smart, easy to sew designs, special features. fresh ohainsen of course! ^^^^_ _^^^^^_ aiMaiiiW fa SCHOOL BELLES You'll kick off the belt aprlnf Mcial season ever with new trim Oats by MELODY. Color bright and feather light . . . for fashion's sake t . . for comfort's sake! Perfect for extra cmr- rlcular activities of all kinds. Come ta soon and choose yours. i* Spring's coming! colorful %

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