The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1956 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 22, 1956
Page 3
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THUB8PAY, MARCH M, 19W BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAQIFIY1 GosnellWMU Elects Mrs. Hudgins Gosnell Women's Missionary Union met Tuesday night at the church for a business meeting at which time Mrs. Hughie Hudgins wan elected new prealdeot of Hie group. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Clarence Geans and Mrs. P. B. Lucius led repeating of the watchword. Mrs. Jack Moody gave the devotional. Special music was presented by Mrs. Wilma Williams and Mrs. Gladys Jones. The secretary's report was given by Mrs, Marie Moody with Mrs. Geans ' giving' the Exclusively Yours at Jarmrjii's Newest In WHITE BUCK ...and Red Rubber Soles for Smart Style and Extra Comfort Frosty white buck upper leather, underscored by a soft, deep-yielding red rubber sole, gives you comfort spelled out in smart style. It's the national campus favorite. Come by today and discover for yourself the superb comfort of Jarman "friendliness of fit" Kingston Brand 7.95 fovt MriN»ir snot iron! beautifully boxcj suit lines by Swansdown AS SEEN IN CHARM Three ways wonderful: Ihe arrowhead-trimmed box jacket wilB eardig»n neck, rod-slim skirt- the gaily polka-dotted blous*. A triumphant trio for an exchinf new season! Sije« 5 t« IS. STEILl, MISSOURI TILIPHONI 191 Society News - llnrv. Snriptv Editor • Phc Miw Millie Ana Maltory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Eaton to Serve as Head Of Newly Organized B and P Club Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton will serve as president of the newly organized Business and Professional Women's Club which was organized here recently. She was elected to this office when the club met in her home Tuesday night. First vice-president will be Mrs. Alice Mayer, other officers are Mrs. Helen Lanham, second vice- president; Mrs. John Tyrone, recording secretary; Miss Juanita Davis, corresponding secretary, and Mrs, Fletcher King, treasurer. Committee charmen are Mr*. Ruby Bogan, education and vocation; Miss Frances Damon, national secretary; Mrs. Myra Whittle, health and safety; Mrs. Velma Bryles .international relations; Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, legislation; Mrs. Lanhan, public affairs; Mrs. Davis, radio and television; Mrs. Mayer, finance; Mrs, Lucian Gaines, news service, and Miss Mary Sue'Wright, membership. In other busmess, plans for the (doming Events THURSDAY Lydia Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church having monthly Dutch-supper and business meeting at home of Mrs. E. L. Hale, 7 p.m. All members are urged to attend. • FRIDAT Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker. Mrs. R. A. Copeland and Mrs. Wilbur Wahls entertaining Past Matrons and Patrons Club at Masonic Temple, 7 p.m. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. Harman Taylor. Executive Board of NCO Wives Club of Blytheville Air Force Base meeting at home of ,Mrs. Donna Berrislord, 2024 Chickasawba, 8 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. ' Orpheus Club entertaining with tea at home of Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., on Chicfcasawba honoring the state music federation president. Mrs. Edith Stephen will be co- hostess. treasurer's report. Mrs. C. A. Moody gave a discussion on the members of the WMU duties in the community. Mrs. Guy Geans was appointed sunshine chairman. , Closing prayer was given by Mrs. Dorothy Griffin. club's charter dinner on April 3 at Hotel Noble were made and it was announced that the charter will eb held open for new members until March 30. Mrs. Lera Robertson and Mrs. Marvin Lane were visitors at the meeting. . • ,. The B and P Club of Batesville sponsored and organized the club in Blytheville with Mrs. Stella M. Allen, Batesville club president, and Miss Fonteen Simmons, Mrs. Evelyn Stewart and Mrs. Margaret Ball, members of the Batesville club, being present for the organization. Also present was Mrs, Fannie Beard of Tuckerman, state prest. dent of B and P. clubs. Christian Adventurers Class Has Party Mr. and Mrs. Jada McGuire entertained the Christian Adventurers Sunday School Class of First Christian Church with a SI. Patrick's party over the weekend. Vernon Strickland, class president, conducted a brief business session preceding the. party at which time Bill Stovall, vice-president, announced that the class will start meeting in Cobb Funeral Home Chapel due to the increase in membership. Mr. McGuire led the class in contests and games with winners being Mrs. Dick Lauer and Lt. Jack Harrington. • . Following the social hour prayer by Lt. Dick Lauer and the friendship circle dismissed the 20 guests present. Cathy Duncan Celebrates Third Birthday Cathy Ann Duncan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Duncan, celebrated her third birthday yesterday when her mother invited 18 boys and girls to a party. Party rooms of the home were decorated With an array of balloons. During the afternoon party games were played with prizes being Tuesday Clubs Conduct Weekly Games Tuesday clubs conducted games this week, Tuesday Canasta Club played at the home of Miss Rosa Schune- ritsch with Mrs. Sally Freeman as a guest. Game winners were Mrs. Eddie Burks, Mrs. Mike Meroney and Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth. The hostess served a salad course. Mrs. Doyle Henderson enter tained Tuesday Bridge Club. Guests were Mrs. Chester Caldwell, Mrs. C. w. Garrigan, Mrs. Siegbert Jiedel and Mrs. P. B. Joyner. Mrs. Caldwell won high, Mrs. W -Gr- HigginseH;—second—Jugfe;—and Mrs. Jiedel, bridge. The hostess centered her individual tables with violets for the dessert-bridge. Mrs. Jack Hale complimented her sister, Mrs. John R. McDonald, who is visiting here from Alexandria, Va., when she entertained Tri-Town Club with a luncheon at her home. Other guests of the ciub were Mrs. E. M. Terry and Mrs. Bob Logan. The luncheon was served from a table holding a novelty Easter arrangement in shades of pink and lavender. Placecards and tallies carried out the same theme. Bridge winners were Mrs. Logan and Mrs. Fred Kelly. Mrs. Elan Heath, Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. Bill Rader were guests when Mrs. W. W. Workman entertained CD3 Bridge Club with a dessert-bridge. Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe won high, Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., second high, and Mrs. Joe McHaney, bridgo. Dell Bridge Club played at the home of Mrs. John Miles Miller with Mrs. Roy Littlefield and Mrs. E. W. Nolan as guests. High scorers were Mrs. Charles Kennett and Mrs. Nolan. 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