The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1956 · Page 4
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f AW FOUR (AMCJ TOOTHER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH », - Society News — - * .._ H« n IlnK» Gnnlattr KVIH fir • illC MkM Mil«« Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Lunsford New President Of Lange PTA Mrs. Darrell Lunsford will serve »s president of Lange Parent- Teacher Association. She was elected yesterday when the PTA held its March meeting and annual elec- Serving with her will be Mrs. S. E. Tune, vice-president; Mrs. Cecil Kelly, secretary, and Mrs. I. L. DeShazo, treasurer. Mrs. Tune gave the devotional for the meeting with Mrs. Barney Crook serving as program chairman. She introduced Mrs. Freeman Robinson who spoke on nutrition. Also on the program were Sgt Dick Burns from the Blytheville police force and State Trooper Ben Cavin. They led a discussion on traffic laws and safety. Mrs. Orlie Parker, retiring president, announced that at the April meeting, which will be the final meeting of this school year, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner will install the newly elected officers. Second grade mothers were hos- i to the social hour. Mrs. Rushing Hostess to Dorcas Circle Dorcas Circles of Beacon Baptist Church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jack Bushing •with eight members and three visitors present. Mrs. Noahlene Jones became a new member of the circle and Mrs. June Stickel an associate member. The business session was conduct• ed by Mrs. Bushing, circle chairman, with opening prayer by Mrs. Susie Benefield. The lesson on prayer was given by Mrs. D. G. Jones, Mrs. Rushing, Mrs. Benefleld and •Mrs. J. J. Johnson. Mrs. Junior PresneU . and Mrs. Johnson gave the closing prayer. Serve honey hard sauce on hot desserts. Cream honey with Yz as much butter or margarine until well blended. Mrs, Jackie Kenley Holland Couple Exchange Vows In Mississippi Miss Shirley Ann Rogers became the bride of Jackie Glynn Kenley Saturday afternoon at Hernando, Miss., The wedding vows were read by the Rev. Charles H. Street of the' First Baptist Church there. Attendants to the couple were their classmates, Normp. Jo Jackson and William Waldrop. Mrs. Kenley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reed Rogers of Holland. She is a high school junior, member of the Beta Club, girls basketball team and is piano accompanist of glee club. For her wedding the bride wore a green sheatti styled pure silk linen with square neckline. Her accessories were In beige straw with navy accents and she wore a dusfc- er of navy faille. Mr. Kenley Is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kenley. He is a member of the junior class in high school, the ball teams and a participant in all sports'activities, president of the Future Farmers of America and vice-president of the Beta Club. Both Mr. and Mrs. Kenley will complete their high school careers here where they are making their home temporarily with their parents. AUDITORIUM APR 2 LMWT HEARTED, MEMPHIS A RADIANT SPECTACLE! 8 JJOL.DAY ON ICE OF 1956 KM! MAIL ORDERS NOW! PERFORMANCES NITELY 8:30 P.M. • Sat. Mat. 2:30 p.m.; Sun. Mats. 1:30 4 5 p.m. PRICES: Bcxit $3.50, Arena 1 Circle $3.00, 1st lal. $2.50, 2nd Bal. 52.02, 3rd Bel. (1.50 tax inc. • SAT. MAT. ONLY! CHILDREN! 1/2 PRICE Enclose lalf'addrasiod stamped envelope with cheek or money order —Send *g: AUDITORIUM, MEMPHIS, TENN. —GOLDSMITH'S CENTRAL TICKET OFFICE—Opens March S. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wade of Fulton, Ky., will arrive tomorrow night for a visit with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wade and Mr. and Mrs. Ott Mullins. They are coming; especially for the wedding of Mrs. Wade's sister, Miss Betty An Mullins, to Donald Rice on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fisk Miles, Jr., and daughters Sally and Marilyn of Kansas City, Mo., will be the holiday guests of her mother, Mra. C.- W. Ramey. M/Sgt. and Mrs. Seldon G. Baker and children will spend Sunday in Memphis visiting his mother, Mrs. Hattie Baker., Mrs. Lillian Lord of Denver, Colo., arrived Monday for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Sidney C. Hines, Ma]. Hines and family. Sgt. and Mrs. Richard E. Frazer of Coahoma, Tex., are parents of a daughter born Saturday at the Air Force base hospital at Big Springs, Tex. Sgt. Frazer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Frazer of Hermondaie. Mrs. G. W. Pyles of Conway, formerly of Blytheville, will arrive today to spend the holiday weeeknd with her sister, Mrs. F. E. Black, other relatives and friends. A. W. Hays and son Bill of Muskogee, Okla., are visitin ghis nephew, Russell Hays, and family. Miss Alice Saliba will arrive in the morning from Chicago to spend the Easter weekend visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba. Dr. and Mrs. Saliba also will have as guests another daughter, Mrs. George Favapi, and children of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crouch, Jr., and son Harold of West Memphis will arrive Friday night to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crouch. Miss 'Been Morris of Memphis will arrive tomorrow to spend the Easter holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls. Mr. and Mrs. James Cecil Lowe n of St. Louis will arrive tonighl to spend several days visiting hi: parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, and his brother, Jerry. . Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Henry of St. Louis will arrive Saturday to spend the holiday weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. Mr. and Mrs. John Prather and son John Wade will spend the weekend in Pine Bluff. Miss Mary Webb, teacher Sudbury School here, will spend her holiday vacation visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Webb in Gould. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hopper and sons will have as weekend guests her sister, Mrs. William Spencei and son of Memphis. Mrs. Joe B. Cowan of Harrison Ark., a former Blytheville resident is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. P Lee. Miss Effie Lee Terrell will spend the weekend in Murfreesboro visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Fisher and children left this afternoon for Arkadelphia where they will visit relatives. Mrs. Godfrey White and daughter Miss Llewellyn White of Osceola will be weekend guests of Mrs. Aubrey Conway. ^JCO Wives Club Has Social at Base Theater Won - Commissioned Officers Wives Olub ot Blytheville Air Force Base held a social at the base theater Monday- night. Preceding the social hour Chaplain Don Maxfield announced that the NCO Wives Club has been asked to join home demonstration clubs and to help with the Brownie troop at the base. Special guest at the meeting was Mrs. Robert Paulson, honorary president. Mrs. Robert Leverett, Mrs. Richard Dunham and Mrs. Harry Muir liad charge of the games. Winning prizes were Mrs. Lloyd Boyd, Mrs. Robert Anderson, Mrs. Phillip Gooch, Mrs. Mulr, Mrs. Ward Seller, Mrs. Joe Gernand, Mrs. Jack Giles, Mrs. Thomas Roser, .Mrs. Robert McMillan, and Mrs. Oliver Kingston.,__ , . Mrs. Dale Zahn won the pig prize, with the door prize, which was donated by the Gift Shop, going to Mrs. Seldon G. Baker. Iced drinks and cookies were served as refreshments. The refreshment committee for the next meeting will be composed of Mrs. Dunham, Mrs. Demand, Mrs. Robert Farland and Mrs. Doyle Derby. Mrs. Hord Has PS Bridge Club, TLE Club Plays Mrs. Jerry Hord entertained PS Bridge Club members with a luncheon yesterday at her home. Her home was decorated in the Easter motif with her dining table holding a miniature egg tree. The eggs which were filled with colorful grass were attached to the tree branches with satin streamers in which were caught pastel blossoms. The tree stood in a bed of grass and scattered about on the grass were chickens and Easter bunnies. Beds of grass with the chickens and bunnies were used on the individual tables. Bouquets of daffodils, iris and hyacinths were used throughout entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. Dick Watson and Mrs. Joe Goodman were guests at the luncheon. Winners were Mrs. Everett I. Clark, high; Mrs. Dick Bednar, second high and traveling and Mrs. J. W. Turner, bridgo. TLE Bridge Club met at the Dixie Pig last night with Mrs. Jerry Scrape as hostess. Mrs. Dick Watson won high score, rs. W. E. Cherry, second high, Mrs. Herman Turner, bridgo and Mrs. Vf. J. Cupples, traveling. The hostess served a sandwich plate. The next time you wrap a birthday gift, make it musical. Cut a musical note out of colored paper. Write "Happy Birthday to You" on the note and add your name. WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 different items in stock! HUBBARD H AR DWARE Bogs to Match 1 I / / ' ' f wjw4tmmil Our <WighrMly dropod Mter ,.. GSvw your foot ftxrt savcy look so right wttti tU Kght jpriny tashioiH. &&>V0t<=>K — \ eB-riON* f I SM O E S I ILUXORA NEWS|| By MBS. PAUL HAYES A family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. Hursell Lcight with 66 members of the family present.. Mrs. Joe Mobly and small daughters Kim and Jalena of West Memphis were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Stanfield. Mrs. J. W. Smith is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Earl Dugan, and Mr. Dugan in Memphis for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hanna, Cleo Hanna and Mrs. Flanagan motored to Stirgler, Okla., Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Flanagan. Mr. and Mrs. Hanna and Cleo returned home Monday and Mrs. Flanagan remained for an extended visit with her son and family. The home demonstration club entertained 39 members of the seventh and eight grade 4-H Club Monday night at the school cafeteria. Mrs. Paul Hnyes, 4-H recreational leader, and Mrs. E. C. Skeen, home demonstration club recreational leader, directed the games. Miss Nora Ann Jackson and Bob Higginbotham of Arkansas State College visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark announce the birth of their second child, a son, born March 17 at Walls Hospital in Blytheville. The baby has been named Michael Scott. Mrs. H. P. Worsiey is spendini two weeks in Hot Springs. Mr, and Mrs. Quinton Flanagan are attending the golden wedding anniversary celebration of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mitchell, at Hohenwald, Tenn., this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John Martin, Jr., and family of Council Bluffs, La., spent Friday night with his sister, Mrs. Charles Howard, and Mr. Howard. They were enroute to Birmingham, Ala., to visit her parents. Mrs. Frank Lowertos and Kay visited Mrs. Lois Hollinger and Mrs. Bvie Meadows in Memphis last week. Mrs. Jessie Lowerins and Mr. and Mrs. Don McGuire are visiting relatives in St. Louis. Fifteen members of Luxora Book Club met at the home of Mrs. C B. Wood Tuesday night with Mrs. B. W. Ballew as hostess. Mrs. Hemby was & guest and Miss Eva Coofc gave the book review. The hostess served angel food cake and coffee. The home demonstration club met at the home of Mrs. Juinton Flanagan Thursday afternoon. Thirteen members and three new mem- EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2115 bers were,present. Mr«. 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