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MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1959 BLTTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGEOT1 - Society News — p Ann Mallnrv Snrietv Editor * Phc Mis* Millie Ann Alallor.v, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Past Presidents OfWoman sClnb Honored, At' a meeting of tfie Woman's Club Friday past presidents of the club were honored. Mrs. Harry Snow was program chairman and presented each of these presidents a corsage. Mating short talk on their experiences while president were Mrs. J. W. Elythe, Mrs. Roy Walton, Mrs. E. F. Kirshner, Mrs. S. S. Sternberg, Mrs. E, F.. Blomeyer, Mrs. C. G. Redman, Mrs. Jesse White and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mrs. Philip Deer, current president, presided over the meeting. Guests at the luncheon were Mrs. Marcus Gaines, Mrs. Harold Wright, Mrs. Gladys Clevenger and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan. Mrs. Gaines was awarded the door prize. Hostesses for the-day were Mrs. Victor Stilwell, Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, Mrs. J. C, Walters, Mrs. Earl Damon, Mrs.. W. I. Denton, Mrs. A. G. Hall, Mrs. Harry Bogan, Mrs. John Cherry, Mrs. J. G. Barnes, Mrs. J. Lewis Emmert and Mrs. J. H. Richardson. Variety Club Entertained At Hotel Noble Variety Club was entertained at Hotel Noble Saturday night by Mr. and Mrs. John DeMand and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jaggers. Spring flowers in pastel shades along with pastel streamers in shades of yellow and pink were used to decorate Plantation Room. The refreshment table held lighted green tapers. Dancing with club members were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Norman, Mr. and Mrs. -Riley Adams, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, Mr. and Mrs, Carl Wicklund. Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Peel, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Powers, Dr. and Mrs. David Miles, Mike Yates, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gardner, Max Snavley and' Miss Katherine Thompson. The Pentagon building, Wash ington, D. C., has 17 ^miles of corridors. HONETMOONERS — Lt. and Mrs. Sam P. Hamra, Jr., of Laurel, Md., choose the popular motor bike of sightseeing during their honey moon at Castel Harbour Hotel, Bermuda. Mrs. Hamra is the former June Samaha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Samaha of Ea^tches- ter, N. Y. Lt. Harnra is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hamra of Steele. He is a member of the Army and is stationed at Port Meade, Md. Paula Sims Has Birthday Party Mrs. Grady Sims and Miss Lois Kinkead ^entertained 13 guests yesterday when Paula Sims celebrated her sixth birthday. Balloons ' decorated entertaining rooms of the home. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. OUTDOOR FUN $1>|95 • Rubber Safety Grips on handles • New long-life nylon bearing in pumper • Quiet long-wearing phenolic impregnated main bearing Propelled 2-seater with Merry-Go-Round action. Here's one play device children never seem to tire of. They will play on it by the hour, day, after day. The Whirlwind occupies very little space, so it can be moved indoors to let the little kids work off the pent-up energy on rainy days. AH steel construction. Steel form fitting seats. } LAD & LASSIE 101 E. Main TOY CENTER Ph. 3-6308 Coming Events Osceola Junior Auxiliary Meets AtSeminoleClub OSCEOLA-Junior Auxiliary will open remedial reading classes in the Junior High School next year, according to Mrs. William Bard Ert- ringtbn. Mrs. Edrlngton reported this at an Auxiliary meeting Friday at the Seminole Club, She also stated that the program in the elementary school had proven successful this year, returning three children of the six attending the classes to their own classrooms. Mrs. Prank Edrington gave a report on the year's welfare work, supported by funds from the Auxiliary Thrift Shop. The eye screening program has resulted in improved vision in a number of children whose parents were unaware of their need for glasses, Mrs. Edrington stated, Mrs. Jim Hyatt, chairman of tile project, said that four pairs of glasses have been purchased for indigent children and that 15 additional pairs are needed. Mrs. Coleman Stevens and Mrs. Don Blodgett reported that the fruit sale at the schools had drawn large crowds each day. \_ A report on the audiometer tests as given by Mrs. Ralph Woodruff. She reported that one tonslllectomy had been performed to improve the hearing of a child. Huntley and Mrs. Odie Freeman. LaPinesse Club meeting with Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. Chapter N PEO having 1 p .m. luncheon at home of Mrs. Chester Caldwcll with Mrs. Riley B. Jones co-hostess. Central PTA summer round-up at Health Unit. 12:30 p. m. SATURDAY Cotillion Club having monthly dance in main dining room of Hotel Noble, 9 p. m. This will be preceded by a business meeting hi Room 110 at 8 p. m. Hosts for the dance will be Mr. and Mrs. w. R. Lawshe, Mr. and Mrs. .R. A. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Montandon and Mr. and Mrs. i Bill Rader. Duplicate Bridse League meeting. NadineHill Becomes Bride In Mississippi Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hill announce the marriage of their daughter. Nadine, to Herbert Robertson, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bradford, all ol Blytheville. Blytheville HD Club Sees Demonstratons Blytheville Home Demonstration Club met at the .home of Mrs. W. E. Rhoads Friday for a bread-mix demonstration. Mrs. Rhoads and Mrs. Lloyd The couple exchanged vows in the Fralch B« v « demonstrations on j minister in homemade mixes of biscuit, cake. I home of the Baptist Hernando, Miss., recently. Mr. Robertson \vas formerly associated with Curl's Bakery in Blytheville before sping into the Army cookie, pastry, and cornbrend. Members present and receiving j samples and recipes of these mixes were Mrs. \V. P. O'Neal, Mrs. Harry Mire,Mrs. W. D. Crowder, Mrs. where he is now stationed at Port! Bill Kirkland, Mrs. Raymond Bo HmiKt™ mar »"<i Mrs. Seldon Baker. " M> - Next meeting of the club will be at the home of Mrs. Crowder, 109 Mrs. Robertson will join there in about a month. West Davis, April 27 at 2 p.m. Come In and ROCKET 'ROUND THE BLOCK (OK 'HOUND THI TOWN If TOU LIKII) SEE YOUR NEAREST CDS IV! OB I DEALER TUESDAY Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Max Reid. Junior High PTA having last meeting of school year, 3 p. m Executive board meets at 2:30. CIS Bridge Club meets with Mrs Utho Barnes. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Tuesday Canasta Club meeting with Mrs. O. O. Elkins. Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. James C. Guard. Contract Club meets with Mrs. Charles Mosley. B and PW Club meeting with Mrs. MBIT Alice Eaton, 626 West Walnut, 7:30 p. m. American Legibn and Auxiliary having combined meeting at 8 p. m. ADD THURSDAY CAL— Ladies Fellowship of First Grace Church meeting at home of Mrs.! J. W. May, 518 Maple, 7:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY Central PTA meeting at 3 p. m. Executive meeting at 2:30 p. m. Joint meeting of Men and Women of Presbyterian Church. Supper will be served at 6:30. Guest speaker will be Chaplain Don Maxfleld. His topic will be "Planning Family Life Together." TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mi's. W. J. Clippies. Town and Country Club meeting \vith Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Wednesday Bridge Club meetlnu with Mrs. L. E. Old. Club eight meeting with Mrs L. E. Old. Club eight meeting with Mrs Jesse White. THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Elsie Webster, 7 p. m. Duplicate Bridge League meeting Mrs. James Tidwell entertaining U-Bly Bridge Club at Razorback. Thursday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Raymond Schmuck. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs C. W. Affl'ick. LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs Newton Whitis. Chlllion Club meeting with Mrs i Felix Carney. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr. Mid-week Club meeting with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Corps of Engineers Woman's Club meeting at Hotel Noble al noon. Mrs. w. D. Cobta and MM. Dorothy Denton will be hostesses. 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