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PAGE fOUIt BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL B, 19M - Society News - . * «i«ii A M, c/\*i«fv- RHitAr ' PhC Mi* MiHi* Ann MaUory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 VISA CLUB MEMBERS — Shown are several of the members of the newly organized international club here, the Visa Club. They are (back row left to right) Mrs. Clifford E. Jennings, Mrs. Robert L. Willm, Mrs. Louis Oonzales, Mrs. Frank J. Scrementi and Mrs. Lex D. Brown. Second row (left to right) are Mrs. Robert McDonald, Mrs. Fritz Lackman, Mrs. Jack L. Taylor Visa Club Brings Attention To New Blytheville Residents A new club organization, the Visa Club, has brought to the attention of the Blytheville people a new group of women, most of whom arrived here with Blytheville Air Force Base. and Mrs. Clifford H. Behrene. Third row (left to right) are Mrs. Robert W. Farland, Mrs. Conrad D. Chenault, Mrs. Jack W. May and Mrs. Roy D. Ashabranner. Fourth row are Mrs. Max V. Morphew, Mrs. John W. Bller, Mrs. Kenneth K. Phillips. Mrs. Rosoo Crafton is seated in front. (Courier News Photol Thi» !• a group of women born In foreign countries, who hive married American! and accompanied them to the United Statei Countriee represented In the club »re Belgium, North Africa, England, Auttralia, Germany, Holland, Canada, Peru, Hawaii, Newfoundland and Japan. Member! of thl« club and a brief history, of them art u followi: Mr*. Rosco Crafton, Jr., who was ' born in Belgium and came to the United states In :941. Shf was married to Rosco Crafton, Jr., on March 9, 1948 and has lived In Blytheville for the past 18 months. Her husband i« a salesman with the Cralton Company here. Mrt. Jack L. Taylor, who has lived in Blytheville for the past ten years, was born In Oran, North Africa and was married in that same country on Oct. 8, 1945. She came to the United States on April 8, 1846 She Is the mother of two children 1 and her husband is employed as a mechanic at Rice-Stix factory. Mrs. J. W. May was bom In England and was married in that country on Dec. 12, 1944. She has been in the United States for nine years and now has three children. Her husband 15 employed by Phillips Motor Company. Others from England are Mrs. R. D. Ashabranner of Manila. Mrs. Ashabranner was born in England and met and married her husband there. Mr. Ashabranner was serving with the armed forces in England at that time. The Ashabranners are now farm- Ing at Manila and have one child, Bobby Ann. Mrs. Clifford Eugene Jennings, who makes her home at Dell, was born in England on August 29, 1928. She was married in her native country and has one son, Dale Edward, one year old. Her husband is a member of the Air Force and they arrived here from Ogden, Utah in Febraury London Native Mrs. Kenneth K. Phillips is a native of London and arrived in the United States in September of 1955 along with her husband. Mr. Phillips is also a member of the Air Force and is a native of west Tennessee. Mrs. Lex Donald Brown came toj the United States in April of 1955 from her home in Bishops cleeve, England. It was in Bishops Cleeve that she met and married Mr. Brown, who is now stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base Mrs. Robert Lee Willm, hails from Kent. England. She was married to Staff Sergeant Willm Kent on June 22, 1954. They are the parents of one son, David. The president of this new club is Mrs. John W. Eller, who is from Hemel Hampstead, England. She met her husband at a wedding party in August of 1950. After Mr. Eller had completed his tour of duty in England he returned to the united States and was joined here by his fiancee in November of 1954. , Back to England They were married in Oastonia N. C., his hometown, upon her arrival in the states. Mrs. Eller has toured 24 of the 48 states. Mr. Eller has five more years of service with the Air Force and upon his retire ment they plan to return to England to make their future home Mrs Fritz Lackmann is from Borkum, Germany She arrived here on Dec. 30, 1955 and was married to Mr. Lackmann, who is a cotton bro• ker, the same day They now make their home at 2030 Chlckasawba. Also from Germany is Mrs Robert Farland. She is from Munich. H was in Munich that she met Mr. Farland, who was stationed there with th<; Air Force. They have a daughter, Peggy, and DOW In at Mil Chlckasawbe. From Japan Two members of the club are natives of Japan. One is Mrs. Harry J. Etrobl. Mr and Mrs. Strobl are the parents of one son. Mr. Strobl is a member of the Air Force. Mrs. David E. Campbell is from Kagoshlma-Shi, Japan. She has been ,married two years and her husband is a sergeant In the Air Force, From the island of Hawaii comes Mrs. Stanley N. Yamamoto. Her husband is a member of the Air Force and they have a daughter, Denise Fusage, five weeks old. She is a native of Honolulu. Mrs. Clifford H. Behrene \ born in Lima, Peru. Her husband la stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base and they have two children, Carmen, who was born In the Canal Zone, and Paul, who was bom in San Francisco. Mrs. Frank J. Scrementi is from St. John's, Newfoundland. She was married to Mr. Scrementi at the Pepperell Air Force Base in St John's on July 10, IBM. They now are stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base. Mrs. Max F. Morphew, who calls Alberta, Canada, her home, was born in London, England. She arrived In the United States in 1952 and was married to Mr. Morphew In Elko, Nev.. on Jan. 1, 1966. Sergeant Morphew, who is stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base, is originally from Iowa. The Netherlands Mrs. Conrad D. Chenault was born in Sierikzee, Netherlands and was married there in 1952. She .came to the United States in December of 1954. Mrs. Louis Gonzales, whose husband owns a surplus store on West Main Street, is originally from Sidney, Australia. She was married to Mr. Gonzales in Australia in 1944 and came to the United States in 19«. The Gonzales' have three children, Michael, Anita and Yvonne. The two older children were born in Australia. Yarbro PTA Has Round-Up Here Yarbro Parent-Teacher Association held its pre-school round-up at the health clinic here yesterday. Twenty children, who will ente school in September, were exam ined by Dr. J. E. Beasley and Dr Charles Craig. Wednesday Bridge Clubs Conduct Games Wednesday bridge clubs met yesterday. Town and Country Club played at the home of Mrs. Cleo Langston. Mrs. James B. Clark and Mrs, Lloyd Wise were winners. The hostess served a dessert course and used jonquils and pan- slcs to decorate entertaining rooms of her home. Mrs. Otto Scrape entertained Club Eight with a dessert-bridge at her home. Floral arrangements of tulips and lilacs were placed about the Scrape home. Bridge winners were Mrs. Jesse White, high, Mrs. Charles Langston, second high, and Mrs. Paul Jobe, bridBo. Dixie Pig was the meeting place for TL$ Bridge Club when Mrs William Lambert was hostess yesterday. Mrs. Dick Watson and Mrs. W. J Cupples won high scores in thi games with Mrs. Bill Hodge win ning bridgo. The hostess served a sandwich plate. Bits of News [- ertonal Mrs. Jenny Mullirj and Infant son Randy Lee of Port Worth, Tex., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Daniel of Memphis announce the birth of their second daughter Thursday at Baptist Hospital. The baby, who has been named Aniy Lynn, has a sister, Susan. Mrs. Daniel is the former Amy Crook, daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crook of Burdette. Lawrence Bradley has returned to Mississippi State College after spending the holiday weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradley. Huey Mitchell, who underwent a kmsilectomy Tuesday at Walls Hospital, is now at his home at 320 South Franklin. Mrs. H. K. Smith returned to her home in Wheatley today after a visit of several days here with her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Horner, and Mr. Homer. She was motored to Memphis by Mrs. Horner. Robert T. Prevost Is spendine a 30-day leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. rcrry Pn-vost, after having spent a year aboard the U. S. S. Pickaway in Japan. Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. S. E. Tune are in Covington, Tenn., today to attend a bridge-luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Houston Goff announce the birth of a son, John Steven, at Blytheville Hospital, March 30. Mr. and Mrs. Goff have two other children, Debbie and Randy. Mrs. Goff is the former Miss Juanita Hardin of Dell. Mrs. Cleo Langston left today for Hot Springs where she will spend three weeks vacationing. She was motored to Hot Springs by her daughter, Mrs. G. O. Poetz. Mrs. Ada Carter and daughters, Mrs. Charlie Billlngsley and family and Mrs. Clarence Cummlngs, Mr. Cummings and family along with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Smith and daughters, Mrs. L. M. Carney and Mrs. Louis Proctor, were in Hiram. Mo., yesterday to attend funeral services for Jim Barks. Mr. Barks was the brother-in-law of Mrs. Carter and Mr. Smith and the father of Mrs. Truman Meadows and Mrs. Bob Wakefield, all of Blytheville. Donna May Mead, who has been seriously ill In Methodist Hospital In Memphis, is now at the home of her mother, Mrs. G. G. Sallba, on First and Vine in Blytheville. Mrs. A. C. Haley accompanied her daughter. Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, and members of the Blytheville choir and glee clubs to Hot Springs today to the state Class A vocal festival. Mrs. R. J. McKlnnon of Manila was a guest when Wednesda; Bridge Club played at the home o Mrs E. J. Cure. Mrs. Cure used a profusion spring flowers to decorate her home for the occasion. High scores in the bridge game; went to Mrs. B. H. Kirby and Mrs McKinnon. 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 Topic of the Rabbi's sermon will be "The Faith Man Lives By." SO POTENT New Bciuty Scrum rccenclyisoUicdbjr 3>•year-old Iibar*- I«T. Five limes u potent 11 ordi- m. Only 7 At the Hospitals Blythevilie HwpiUl Dismissed: Ed Stewart, Araiorel J. J. Moore, Jr., city Merleen McCellen ,clty Don Burgeson, city Chlckuawbt HospiU] Dismissed: Mrs. Martha Mlddleton, city Upton Booker, city Mrs. Raymond Payne, city ^ Mrs. Vaud Brothers, city Mr«. Marvin Kenwrlght, city Virginia Smith, city Mrs. Robert Knowies and baby, city Travle Marshall, city Chester .Nibers, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Phyllis Hemphlll, Rt. 3, city Mrs. Sally Hodge, city Huey Lee Mltehell, city Mrs. Jamec Bolln, Cooler Mn. Mchftnl Itarna tnd Uty, HORMONE SERUM Look YoHngtr— F««l Younger! fed* Away WrinUw, GW* FoW Anwmns aew HORMONEX BEAUTY SERUM U *o potent. 7 dropi cUilr f.da *ri(ilJcs and crow'* few. Wbwi smoothed ment otf ferrule hofmona—hormones neee*»rr to routhfulneai of poakillr *U female Wgans. Henry with Unotin »od Sesame for fisrest penctmion. Skin fcefa xifia, imooiher. fresher almost uisundj. Am Jo quicklr beanie it's S lima u powerful Ji lu.idud hormone cream— JO.OOO l.U. pet ounce. It'* ettXKxnkal, too—COSQ less itun 411 iliy. 100 DAY SUPPtY U>c ii .t nishr. hrfon retiring—took for inuiing iciuiu in (be morning, ft— iry it u * cUytimc mikc-wp b**e. it'j friRrinr ind emijdew, too! So, for i ftwhcr, bfichtcr, yoons«-looking complexion p« i boitle of HORMONEX BEAUTY SliR! IM tod*r, Onlr Ii M) plai tar. On ulr « Toiletry Cftumcrj, D«pm. nctit Scorn tad Dnic Sioi« ev«r*bc«- Hi-Way Drug Main at Division Phon 2-2019 EARLY BICYCLES Bicycles were introduced into America from Europe In the early 1800s, being called velocipedes, hobby horses, and dandy carriages at the time. BHS Choir and Glee Clubs Depart for State Festival Blytheville High School choir and glee club students departed this morning for Hot Springs where they will participate in the state vocal festival for class A schools. Each of the class A Khools will sing for adjudication on Friday with the Blytheville Girls Qlee Club to sing at 8:45 a. m.; the choir at 9:45 and the boys glee club at 11:30. A formal concert will be presented WHITE ROSE CANDIDATE — Miss Emadel Swearengen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearengen of Blytheville, is a candidate for the White Rose Queen of Sigma Nu fraternity at the University of Missouri where she is a junior. Selection of the queen will be made at the fraternity's spring formal dance Saturday night. Progressive Club of Osceola Hears Students Osceola Progressive Club met Tuesday at the clubhouse. Highlight of the program were exchange students from India, Sweden, France and Panama City who are now attending the University of Arkansas They spoke to those present and were introduced by William Cady of Rogers, Ark., a senior at the University. When Mr. Cady receives his degree in June he will be located in Liberia, where he will be representative for manufacturing firms in the United States. To complete the program, Mrs. Dwight Blackwood showed a film, "Councils of International Clubs," which dealt with the medical work being done in foreign countries, especially in Korea. Mrs. Roy Cox was chairman of the hostesses. at 7:30 Friday night with two girls' numbers, two boys' numbers and two mixed chorus numbers to be sung under the direction of guest adjudicators. Adjudicators will be John Raymond .from Lafayette University In Easton, Perm., and W. H. Beckmeyer from Mount Vernon Township High School, Mount Vernon, 111. Mr. Raymond has judged in a- Imost every state in the nation and is on the summer staff of Fred Waring's workshop. Mr. Beckmeyer is choral director for the Egyptian Music Camp in DuQuoin, 111, which several Blytheville students attend each summer. Other Class A schools entering this event are Coriway. El Dorado, Fort Smith, Little Rock, North Little Rook, Pine Bluff, Searcy. Texarkana, Hot Springs and Bald Knob. Faculty chaperones for the Blytheville students will be Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, choir director, and Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Have Business Meetings Beta Sigma Phi chapters conducted business meetingt Tuesday night. Mrs. Jeff Davis wat elected president when Exemplar Chapter met at the home of Mrt Jimmy Edwards Elected to serve with her wer« Mrs. Andrew Motes, vice-president; Mrs. Randal Hawks, recording iec- retary; Mrs. Nathan Struch, corresponding secretary and Miss Billle Sue Burks, treasurer. Miss Vera Goodrich and Mrs. Jack Owen were selected as representatives to the City Council. A report on Red. Cross .work by the chapter was given by Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr. During the social hour, members worked on a project for the state sorority convention which will be held In Blytheville, April 31-22. Alpha Delta Chapter was entertained at Hotel Noble by Mrs. Floyd Seay. The chapter elected City Council representatives .Those to serve for Red Peppers Embry Wilson. Parents making the trip are Mrs. John Eurnett, Mrs. R. B. Stout. Mrs. John Caudill, Mrs. W. O. Penny, Mrs. J. F. Stevenson. Mrs. G. 1. Byrd, Mrs. Harold Sudbury, Mrs. ! /•"-.___ I; J. Louis Emmert, Mrs. James Terry, I V^OlTlpI I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Wade, Mr. and \ r-. i . 11 T Mrs. R. A. Nelson, Mrs. Hubert] DaSketDQl I I eOfTl Seymore; Mrs. Fred Bean, Mrs. W. O. Golden, Kemper Bruton, Ted King, Mr Hodge, Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Mrs. Johnny Marr, Mrs. Lucian Gaines, Mrs. Willis Harris, Mrs. Marcus Gaines, Mrs. -Jim Tompkins, Mrs. J. H. Childress, Mrs. Byron Moore, Mrs. Russell Hays, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp, Mrs. Leroy Huddleston, Mrs. Dale Dunlap, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Scott, Mrs. Jess Homer and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams. Mrs. Homer is in charge of arrangements. The group will stay at the Velda Rose Motel. AliceCoppedge Celebrates Sixth Birthday Alice Coppedge, daughter of Mr and Mrs. 0. W. Coppedge, celebrated her sixth birthday Monday when her mother entertained with a party at Hotel Ndble. The guests attending were members of Alice's kindergarten and dancing classes. Mrs. Joe Pride, aunt of the honoree, and Mrs. Ralph Nichols, her kindergarten teacher, assisted with the games. The 35 children played musical chairs, and Simon. Favors of whistles and balloons were given. The pink birthday cake and strawberry Ice cream were served from taWes decorated with spring flowers. Red Pepper club of Blytheville High School held its annual basketball banquet at the Razorback Tuesday evening. The invocation was given by Nancy Harris with president of the club, Lue Owens, giving the welcome. Tommy Slayton, as Elvis Presley, provided entertainement during the evening. He sang, "Blue Suede Shoes," and ''Cry, Cry, Cry." Honorary guests at the dinner were Coach and Mrs. James Fisher andT Coach and Mrs. Randell Prince. Miss Luna Wilhelm. is sponsor of the Red Pepper Club. Mrj. Toy Etchlewn . 1956-57 will be Mrs. Billy Joe Gean and Mrs. Foy Etchieson. Mrs. Cecil Kelly will be alternate. In other business, Mrs. Etehieson was elected to serve as City Council president for 1956-51 and Mrs. Hugh Caffey, vice-president. Mrs. Ray Harrison was appinted chairman for the Mothers Day banquet on May 8 and it was announced that the Ritual of Jewels test would be given at the home of Mrs. Dick Shanks next Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. Plans concerning the state convention concluded the meeting. Mrs. Richard Weiss was a guest at the meeting. Alpha Alpha Chapter met at Rustic Inn with Mrs. Frank Ellis and Mrs. Dan McCaskill as hostesses. Mrs. McCaskill presided over the business session. A schedule. for the convention, made up by Mrs. Owen, was given to each member with individual jobs being designated on the schedule Mrs. Harold Thompson, Jr., served as program chairman for the evening. A' book review was given by Miss Millie Ann Mallory In the social hour strawberry shortcake, coffee and iced drink* were served by the hostesses. Thurs.-Fri.-5at.-Monday at Heuers! 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