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PAGE FOUR BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWB , If AT 14, P«t Mullini, Society Editor Fhont 4461 Anderson-May Vows Exchanged Mr. and Mrs. I. L. May announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Delores May, to John Anderson, Jr., son of Mrs. Cora Anderson and the late John Anderson. Sr. The wedding was performed May 1 at Lake Street Methodist Church by th« Rev. Robert McMaster be- 'fore a group of friends and relatives of the couple. The bride chose for ner wedding a two-piece blue suit with black patent accessories, and pinned a corssge of red roses at her shoulder. They left following the ceremony for Flint, Mich., to make their home where the bridegroom is employed. Mrs. Anderson was complimented with a linen shower preceding her wedding »t the home of Mrs. Bob Scott, when 33 guests attended. DAR Meeting, Luncheon Held Eighteen members of the Charlft' voix Chapter of Daughters of American Revolution met Tuesday al Hotel Noble's Mirror for a luncheon when Mrs. O. W. McCutchen anc Mrs. M. O. Dsrey were hostesses. Pink roses In a low crystal container centered the long table which the guests eat. Mrs. R. C Rose, chaplain, gave the invocation Following the luncheon, Mrs. E B. Woodson presided during the business session, and Mre. F. V Rutherford gave the program on "Mothers of Famous Americans.' 1 Mrs. Wodson introduced delegates, Mrs. James B. Clark and Mrs. A. G. Little, who gave reports on the 62nd Continental Congress of the DAR held recently in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Rose installed new officers before the group adjourned. Mrs. Woodson turned the meeting over to Mrs. E. J. Cure, regent, who appointed a yearbook comittee composed of Mre. M. O. Usrey, Mrs. J. E. Dicks and Mrs. Louis Cherry. PEO Luncheon 'Given in Home Mrs. R. A. Porter was hostess yesterday with a one o'clock luncheon given &t her home for 16 members of Chapter "D" of PEO and one guest, Mrs. Y. T. Roan of Okalona, Miss., houseguest of her daughter, Mrs. James C. Guard. Pink roses combined with blue corn flowers and greenery formed the centerpiece for the dining room table, at which all the guests were KB ted.. Following the luncheon, Mrs. B. A. Lynch gave the PEO record report and Mrs. Porter, president, was In charge of a brief business session, after which she and Mrs. James Roy gave reports of the recent state convention held in Little Rock. Wednesday Club Is Entertained Three guests played bridge with members of the Wednesday Club yesterday when they met at the home of Mrs. L. E. Old for a luncheon and card games. Guests were Mrs. Lloyd Stlck- mon, Mrs. Murray Smart, and Mrs. Russell C. Farr. In the afternoon's games, Mrs. W. J. Pollard won first place, with second going to Mrs. R. H. Kirby. Luncheon was served in the dining room, where the centerpiece was formed with roses and peonies. Mrs. Bertha Ingram of Redond Beach, Calif., is visiting her slstm Mrs. Lucille Russell, and Mrs. W M. Sharp. Mrs. Ingram is a form er resident of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smart an daughter, Nell, are In Holly Grove Ark., as guests of Mrs. Smart's par enls, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Washing ton. Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbasc jr., are in Little Rock this week end for the Little Rock Country Club Oolf Tournament. Their children Busty and Bill are In Senatobla Miss., where they are spending the week with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs. W. A. Sheddan. Mrs. Cora Anderson arrived home Tuesday night from Conway, Ark. where she went to be with her daughter, Mrs. Jimmy,Simmons, th former Miss Sunny Anderson, who has been seriously 111. She is reported to be improved. Mrs. Frank Wolsey has been removed to her home at 1905 Wes Ash from the Walls Hospital, after spending a week there. She is reported in a satisfactory condition. Mike Utlcy has been taken to his home from Walls Hospital, after undergoing a tonsilectomy Tuesday. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley. Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Brewer had as their guests yesterday, Mr. and Mrs F. E. Davis of Paducah, Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Davis of Metro- polls, III. The Davis brothers are cousins of Mrs. Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith announce the birth of a daughter whom they have named Denlse Kay, ,t the Walk Hospital yesterday. Mrs. Smith, the former Miss Barbara Jean Pride is the daughter of Mr .and Mrs. L. P. Pride. Drs. Carl and Edna Nlcs left to. day for Little Rock for the State Osteopathic Convention, of which Dr. Edna Nles is, president. Dr. Stanley G. Bandeen of Louisville, Ky., Dr. Phil R. Russell of Fort Worth, Tex., and Dr. Raymond P. Keeseeker of Chicago, editor of the National Osteopathic magazine, are among out-of-state speakers Invited by Dr. Nics. Dr. and Mrs. W. Woelbllng of St. Louis will arrive to be the house- ;uests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe for the week end. T. A. Folger Is spending this week in Hot Springs, where he is at- ending a convention. Among Blytheville residents, who are in Little Rock for the Little Bock Country club Golf tournament are James Terry, John Lentl, W. J. Pollard, W. A. Affllck, Dr. James C. Guard, and Dr. Joe Bcasley. Brnd Daniel who underwent surg- :ry last week at Methodist Hospital In Memphis, has been removed to ills home, where his condition is reported satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., have returned home after a two- week's vacation through the East. They were guests of Mr. Nunn's sister. Miss Virginia Nunn, in Washington. D. C., and visited in New York City several days. , Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker and Mrs. W. A. Affllck were In Dundee, Miss., yesterday, \vhere they attended the funeral of Eugene Johnson, who was a nephew of Mrs. Tucker. Addition for Imperial TOKYO W) — Tokyo's famed Imperial hotel, one of the few modern buildings which survived the 1923 earthquake nnd Allied bombing in World War II. la going to get a seven-story, 200-room addition. Management expects the addition to be completed early in 11)55. Delphian Society Holds Election Officers were elected by members of the Deltonian Chapter of the Delphian Society yesterday following a double meeting held at Hotel Noble. Mrs, J. Cecil Lowe was named to head the group for next year, when the group begins fall meet- Ings Sept. 9. Other officers are Mrs. William H. Wyatt, vice prcsi. dent; Miss Ncal Luckett, secretary; and Mrs. J. P. GurroU. treasurer. Mrs. J. W. Rayder was named chairman of the Seminar board, and her committee Is Mrs. George Dillahunty and Mrs. T. I. Seay. The first program for the day was "World Organization as a Road to Peace," which was led by Mrs. Jerry Cohen, assisted by Mrs. Dll- lahunty, Mrs. Wyatt, Mrs. Seay, Miss Luckett and Mrs. Lowe. Mrs. Garrott was leader of the second program "The United Nations," which was a round-table discussion. Their annual luncheon, following the last meeting of a season, was held In the Mirror 'Room. Dessert Bridge Given for Club Mrs. Floyd Seay entertained with a dessert bridge at her home last night for members of the High Two Bridge Club and guests. Mrs. William Hutson and Mrs. Dick Burns. Guests and members were served dessert course on their arrival. The card tables were centered .with novelty bouquets of mixed spring Mowers. Bridge, which provided the evening's entertainment, was won by Mrs. Dick Watson, high score; Mrs. Semper Bruton, second high; nnd Mrs. Herman Besharse, traveling prize. Dessert Bridge Given at Club Mrs. A. B. Reese was hostess yes- .erdny to members of the Town and Country Club at the Country Club. Guests for the day Included Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mrs. E. M. Regenold ind Mrs. Loy Welch. Dessert was served upon the ar- ival of the guests from the card ables, which were centered with link and yellow rosebuds in crystal lud vases. Winners of the bridge games were tfrs. Regenold, high score, and Mrs. G. G. Caudlll, second high score. At the Hospitals Blythcville Hospital Dismissed: John Davis, City Mrs. James Lay and baby, Cooter Clyde Turner, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs-. Lucille Down. Osceola Mrs. Beiilah Inmah, Armorel DOLLAR-WISE? THEN IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOU! Adams Appliance Co. Inc. Frosted Denim Separates By Pretty Maid Denim for fashion significance . . . flocked for frosty beauty. The practically pretty way to assemble an all-occasion,all summer wardrobe. So easy to tub ... these separates stay crisp and fresh looking when everything else under the sun wilts. Don't worry about shrinkage . . . they're San- forized. Sizes 10 to 18. VISORED CAP pert and pretty, to shad* your eyes. 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Freshest freshmen are Oall Skeen and Billy Looney, sunniest Sophomores are Norman Barcli and Ann Glllmore, and soberest Seniors are Carmel Lunsford and John Thweatt. Bobby Tate was named most popular boy, best athlete, most talented boy, best physique, best all- around boy, and boy that means most to LHS. L. C. Cunningham was named most courteous boy, best nttured boy, best dancw, and most striking personality. Ann Rozell and Charles Smith were named best dressed girl and boy, and Charles was named most handsome boy, with Jeannle Lewi» as prettiest girl. Other winners Included Carmel Lunsford and John Thweatt, most studious; Fannie Cockrell, best girl athlete; Dixie Howard, most courteous girl; Buddy Stovall, friendliest boy; Jean Warren and John Thweatt, best citizens; Dixie Howard, best natured girl: Willie Mae Carr and Joe Barch. wittiest; Tommie Olive, most talented girl; Mav- ourcen Petty, best dancer among the girls; Jean Warren and Lamar Rowell, most helpful; Charlene Walker and Howard Clark, most Interesting conversationalists; G. W. Hall, Billy Thweatt and Mary Chrisco, most poise; Fannie Lou Cockrell, girl that means most to LHS; and Diana Stevens and John Thweatt, most likely to succeed. Octave Club Has Meeting in Home Mrs. I. M. Castllo was a guest card player last night of the Octave Club, when they met at the home of Mrs. Phillip Applebaum, for their semi-monthly gathering. Winners of the samba game were Mrs. Leon Oennlng, high score, and Mrs. Castllo. second place. Red and pink roses were used in profusion throughout the entertaining rooms. Party foods were served during the evening's entertainment. Coming Events Thursday Fidelns Class has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs, J. P. Owens, at 316 Holland Street. Mississippi County Home Economics Club has meeting: in the Colonial room of Hotel Noble at 7 p,m. Friday Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertains members of the Friday Contract Club. Vendredi Club meets with Mrs. Hank Dodd. Ladies Bible Clase of the First Methodist Church meet at 2:30 pjn. with Mrs. Henderson Hall, Mrs, O. C. Ganske and Mrs. Mosley as hostesses. Executive board of Women's Club has 2 p.m. meeting, followed by 2:30 p.m. regular meeting, with program by the garden department, and Mrs. James V. Gates as leader. Hostesses are Mrs. Neal Gesell, Mrs. E. H. Brown, Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, Mrs. J. E. Crook. Mrs. Coleman Stevens, Mrs. C. A, Tant, Mrs. J. M. Walls, Mrs., W. T. Barnett, Mrs. B. O. Black, Mrs. T. A. Folger, Mrs. C. D. Watson and Mrs. Fred L. Regan. Saturday Cotillion Club has last dance ol the season at 9 p.m. at Hotel Noble. Entertainment committee includes Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shelton, Mr, and Mrs. Bob Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Thomasson, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Guests, Members Of Club Meet Miss Barbara Monaghan and Miss Arden Ferguson were guests last night of Mrs. Tom Little Jr., when she entertained members of the CIB Bridge Club. In the evening's bridge game, Miss Monaghan won high score, with second going to the hostess and bridgo to Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Roses provided a floral setting for the entertaining rooms. Calvary Baptist Circles Meet Members of Circles Three and Four of Calvary Baptist Church met at the church Tuesday night for a business and program with 12 attending. The program, "The Excellent Way for Excellent Youth," was given by Mrs. J. H. Melton, Miss Luclncia Cole, Miss Bonnie Webb. 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