The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 9, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 9, 1956
Page 2
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BLTTinCTILLB (ARK.) COURTCT FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1OT6 - Society News - . An. Mallnrv. Societv Editor * rn HIM Mittit Ana Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 APRIL BRIDE- ELECT — Miss Martha Frances Raley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rembert Raley, Sr., of Aberdeen, Miss., will become the bride of Jimmie Dowell Buffington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dowell Buffington of Blytheville on Easter Sunday, April 1, in Aberdeen. Miss Raley of Mississippi Engaged to Jimmie Buffington Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rembert Raley, Sr., of Aberdeen, Miss announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Martha Frances Raley, to Jimraie Dowell Buffington; son of Mr. »nd Mrs. Orville Dowell Buffington, of Blytheville. Th« wedding will take place at First Methodist Church in Aberdeen on April 1. Mitt Raley is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stokes Appleby of St. George, S. C., and William Michael Raley and the late Mrs. Raley of Angelus, S. C. Classic And Smart Thursday Card Clubs Conduct Games Thursday clubs conducted games yesterday. Mrs. Harry A. Halnes was hostess to Kibitzer Club members and one guest, Mrs. T. E. Geeslin, at her home which was decorated for the dessert-bridge with bouquets of jonquils. . Winners in the games were Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., and Mrs. Charles Alick. Mrs. Nick Powers entertained Emanon Club members and guests at the home of Mrs. John Perkins with a dessert-bridge last night. Guests were Miss Christine Grady, Mrs. Cissie Jackson and Mrs. Carolyn Mosley. Mrs. Jackson won high -in"the games, Mrs. Robert Smith, second high, and Mrs. Perkins, bridgo. Country Club was meeting place for Thursday Contract Club when Mrs. O. W. McCutchen was hostess. Luncheon was served from a table holding an arrangement of jonquils. Mrs. James B. Clark was the only guest. Chillion Club played at the home of Mrs. Mary Hatfleld with one guest, Mrs. Edith Permenter, present. Mrs. Hatfleld decorated her home with buttercups, hyacinths and japonica. She served a salad plate. Game winners were Mrs. O. O. Elkins, Mrs. Sally Freeman and Mrs. Felix Carney. Mrs. Cecil Shane took Mid-Week Club members and one guest. Mrs. W. T. Morrow, to Mrs. Humphrey's party room for luncheon and then they returned to the Shane home The bride-elect was graduated ^ ^ oherry and Mr , B . Bits of News Miss Cleone Mitchell, student at Mississippi Southern College, will arrive home today to be the week' end guest of her parents, Mr. ant- Mrs. O. M. Mitchell. She will have as her houseguests Carroll Culpepper of Mobile, Ala., and Elaine Craig of Yazoo City, Miss. Miss Marjorie Dougherty, , is visiting her parents, Mr from Aberdeen High School and attended Mississippi State College for Women, where she was a member ot the Mam'selle Social Club. Mr. Buffington is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. William Luther Cottrell of Troy, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Fletcher Buffingion of Birch Tree, Mo. He was graduated from Blytheville High School and Keegans School of Television In Memphis. The groom-elect is now associated with radio sation WELO in Tupelo, Miss. . . . A. Lynch won high in the games. Bouquets of spring flowers were placed about entertaining rooms of the Shane home. Thursday Club met at the home of Mrs. R. H. Kirby tor its weekly luncheon and bridge games. I Invited as guests were Mrs. W. T. Rainwater and Mrs. Bob Logan. Mrs. Rainwater won high score and Mrs. C. W. ABlick, second high. Hyacinths were used by the hostess to center her luncheon table. Yarbro PTA Host for Study Course Yarbro Parent-Teacher Association was host last night for the concluding PTA-study course of the year for the four elementary schools in the Blytheville district. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner was speaker of the evening and used as her topic, "How Firm a Foundation." She was introduced by Mrs. David Miles, Yarbro PTA program chairman. Members of the four elementary school PTA's were present at the meeting. Mrs. Lynn Hughes and Mrs. Newton Whitis were winners when La- • • -- -•--.. — • Nueve Club played at the home of j is a patient in Chickasawba Hospi Mrs. Elan Heath. I tal. is reported to be slightly 1m Only guest was Mrs. B. F. Brog- j • don. Jonquils were used to decorate for the dessert-bridge. who ^ t _ and Mrs. L. A. Dougherty, from Mississippi Southern, has as her houseguest Miss Nancy Powell. Miss Dougherty and Miss Powell are roommates and sorority sisters at the college. Also home from Mississippi Southern over the weekend will be Misses Pat Speck, Kay Crafton, Peggy Taylor and Julie McCall. They will be motored to Blytheville by Miss Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Eoe, who have been vacationing in Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi. CB Sue aad-Lue Owens will _, the weekend in Oxford, Miss., as guests of Miss Pat Partlow, student at Ole Miss. They are going especially to attend the Delta Delta Delta sorority dance at the University. Mrs. Gaston Brown of lisco visited her sister. Mrs. R. V. Mai- lory, here yesterday. Those from out-of-town here Wednesday to attend funeral services for Jack Roberts were Mrs. Leon Vaughn of Forrest City; Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Harwell of Parkin; Miss Dola Watson of Little Rock; Mrs. Dola Harwell Watson of Brinkley; Mr. and Mrs. William Tausch of West Memphis; Mrs. Billy Donham of Helena; Mr. and Mrs. Max Watson and family of Armorel and several from Newport where Mr. Roberts had made his home for the past several years. Mr. and — - jrooks ann — . -- yesterday at Chickasawtaa Hospital. The baby was named John Randal and is the Halbrooks' first child. The mother .is the former Alice L. Brady of Yarbro. Mrs. J. A. Mott of Warrensburg, Mo., is visiting her sister, Mrs. George Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry VanZandt and daughter of Little Rock are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Earls yesterday were her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weaver of Clarksdale. Miss. Mrs. William Stoller of Spearfish, S. D., will arrive today to be the guest of her daughter, Mrs. James Pomeroy, the Rev. Mr. Pomeroy and family. She will remain for an extended visit. Condition of Billy Joe Gean. who Hornemakers Class Meets ' In Wicker Home Mi's. F. L. Wicker and Mrs. R C. Blake were hostesses last night to 11 members and four visitors of Homematcers Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church at the Wicker home. Mrs. W. F. Tegetheotf presided over the meeting with Mrs. Jeff Hester, class teacher, leading the opening prayer. Reports were given by class officers and chairmen and Mrs. Joe Atkins gave the devotional. . . Mrs. Wicker led the closing pray 1 er and during the social hour party games were played and refresh ments served. proved today. Larry Hassell and Barbara Ann Hopper left by train this morning to return to their homes in Chisago after a visit here with their grandmother, Mrs. Chester Hop- peV. Larry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Woolen and Barbara is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hopper, Jr. Mrs. Harold Sudbury returned by plane Wednesday from Abilene, Tex., where she spent several days visiting her daughter, Miss LaNeal Sudbury, a student at Abilene Christian College. Mrs. Sudbury was met in Memphis and motored to Blytheville by her husband. Mrs. C. E. Daggett of Marianna is th6 weekend guest of her daughter, Mrs. Dick White, and family. Mrs. W. G. Rankin returned to her home in Little Rock this morn after a visit here her Lutheran Women's League Has Meeting Lutheran Women's Missionary League met Wednesday night in Fellowship Hall of Flr»t Lutheran Church with ten members pre»ent. The Rev. James Pomeroy opened the meeting with prayer after which a welcome was given to two new member*, Mrs. Sidney Hine« and Mrs. Bob Lewis. Mrs. Richard Worllnd gave the devotional, taken from Portals of Prayer, entitled, "The Seamless Coat." In the business session Mrs. Charles Wildy reviewed highlights of the leadership Training Institute she and the Rev. Mr. Pomeroy attended in Memphis last month. Mrs. F. Q. Reichel and Mrs. E. B. Wildy were appointed to attend as delegates to the eighth district convention of L. W. M. L,, Missouri Synod to be held in- May at Hotel Marion, Little Rock. Mrs. Charles Wildy and Mrs. James Pomeroy will attend as alternate delegates. The Rev. Mr. Pomeroy will also attend. The treasurer's report was given by 'Mrs. Earl Wildy: It was voted to contribute to the Sunday school's motion picture projector fund. "Reaching Out to Latin America," as the program given by Miss Diane Zeller. The meeting was closed with the group saying the Lord's Prayer in unison with Miss Dicksie Kessman as leader. daughter, Mrs. E. L. Boggs, and family. She came especially to be with Mrs. Boggs, who underwent surgery Sunday at Chtckasawba Hospital. Mrs. Boggs is improved and now able to be up. M. Sgt. and Mrs. Edward Casey e pasi seveiai jeftia. and children James, John and Beu„!,. „,.., Mrs. Charles L. Hal-hah of Fort Knox, Ky., are spend- brooks announce the birth of'"a son ing two weeks here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nenl Before leaving for Germany on April 3. Sgt. and Mrs. Casey and children will visit her. sisters. Mrs J. D. Van Hoosier, Dr. Van Hoos ier and children at Smithvllle Tenn., and Mrs. Henry Duboit and Mr. Duboit in New York. Mrs. Hank Dodd is undergoing treatment at Chickasawba Hospi tal. She is in Room B-17. Mrs. Robert N. Rector daughter Cynthia have left to re turn to their home in Southard Okla., niier having been guests o Mrs. Rector's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Max Reid will be in Chicago for one week on busi ness. Mrs. Eubanks Re-Elected by Burdette PTA Mrs. Everett Eubanks was reelected president of the Burdette Parent - Teacher Association when the PTA held its monthly meeting yesterdi-y. Officers to serve with Mrs. Eubanks are Mrs. Paul Long, vice- president; Mrs.' conway Duncan, secretary, and Mrs. Clayton Holder, treasurer. Forty-one members were present with the program topic for the afternoon being "Is It Well with the Child in the World Community." Mrs. Duncan gave the devotional and Miss Field's first grade stu- dejits presented a musical program. Mrs. T. L. Stanford spoke briefly on "Understanding Opens Doors to Opportunity." Following her talk Mrs. Stanford showed colored slides of the natives of Korea and Japan and the type of-homes they live in. She then showed pictures of American people and tfielFhomes and" the many advantages the Americans have over other people of the world. A film on a recent outing by one of the Burdette classes was shown by Tom Callis. In the room count Miss Field's first grade, Mrs. Epperson's second grade and Mr. and Mrs. Hobson's twelfth grade were winners Members of the faculty were hosts Sor the social hour and used the St. Patrick's Day theme in decorations and refreshments. Beacon J. 0. Y. Circle Has Program Meeting J. O. Y. Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met last night at the home of Mrs. Billy Clay with five members and four visitors present. Mrs. W. R. Hampton opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. James Hampton conducted the business session. The program, "Jesus Rejected at. Nazareth," was presented by Mrs. Clay, Mrs. Bob Qann and Mrs. Roy Schuhart. Closing prayers were given by Mrs. Gann and Mrs. J. J. Johnson. The peanut plant tlowers above ground, but ther the flower stalk forces its way underground where the seed, or edible "nut", is formed, according; to the Encyclopedia Britannica. World's largest non-citrus fruit. market area Is located »roun4 Benton Harbor, Mich. :.', Moke a Date with the Newest OCMVIK IN AND ROCKET THE /OK 'ROUND THE TOWfA \^ IF YOU LIKlt ) SEE YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DEALER Only Republican president to , serve two iull terms was Ulysses i Simpson Grant. The American woman's great figure problem is hips. Most of them sigh, give up the struggle an? resign themselves to hove skirts let out. But they don't feel good about it. There's an electric massage machine on the market designed to reduce hips. .The good hing about it is that it does every- hing it claims. Coming Events SATURDAt Duplicate Bridge League meet- Inf. Variety Club having monthly dance at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer and Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson are hosts. TUESDAY Officers Wives Club h a v 1 n g monthly luncheon - meeting at YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE "Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre" In the social hour, doughnuts were served in the schoo cafeteria. and i Country Club, 12:30 p.m. Singing Convention At Cole Ridge Mississippi County Singing Convention will meet Sunday at Cole Ridge Baptist Church. Singing begins at 2 p.m. h>y Sue Burnett The type of frock you wear ev-, erywhere with confidence. A crisp j ynked classic style in half sizes'; that is especially becoming. Pattern No. 8251 is in sizes 12',i, U',i, 16',i. 18>i, 20'/ 2 , 22'i. 24Vi. Size 14!i, 4? 8 yards of 35-Inch. For this pattern, send Sac in COINS, your name, address, size di-sired. and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 312 W. Quincy S'reet, Chicago 6. 111. 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