The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1956 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1956 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COTTRIER NEWS FIVE - Society News - t ABB MiUorv. Sncictv Editor » Phc Mitt Millie Ann MiUory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Sorority to Celebrate Silver Anniversary at Convention Here Chapters of Arkansas Beta Sigma Phi will celebrate their silver anniversary when the three chapters of Blytheville are hosts this weekend for the state convention. The three-day affair will have as 1U headquarters Hotel Noble. Mrs. Jack Owen of Blytheville is state convention chairman with her assistant being Mrs. Randal Hawks. A special guest at the convention will be Mrs. Robert'F. Waller, who will represent the international office in Kansas City. Mo. Mrs. Waller is a member of the membership department and has been serving the international office for 15 years. She has directed the field executive staff for a number of years and has been personal secretary of Walter Ross, founder of the organization. Opening Party . The convention will • be opened with a party on Friday night for out-of-town guests with Mrs. Dan McCaskill, Mrs. Hawks, Mrs. Jimmie Edwards and Mrs. Foy Etchieson, presidents of the local chapters, as hostesses. On Saturday, registration begin; at 9 a.m. with the opening of the business session at 1 p.m. Prom 3 to 4 p.m. a tea will be held atj. Davl(i Miles and Mrs. Todd Hard- the Woman's Club for Beta Sigma son. church: Mrs. Jimmy Smother- Phi Girls of the Year' mon - Mrs - Edwards and Mrs. Dick Mrs. T. 1. seay, Mrs. Ray Hall, Shanks - souvenir ' Mrs. E. L. Boggs and Mrs. Jesse Mr S- D1 <* Watson, Mrs. Ewmg Homer will be hostesses for this and Mr s. V.rgie Ma.e Geary, trans- affair. That evening from 6 to 8 a Pyrtation; Mrs Andrew Moses, banquet will be held at which time, Mrs - B °6« s ™? Mr S; Ed . p * rks ' the state girl of the year will be: door P rlzes : Mrs - Elwood Deep -named bridge prizes, and Mrs. Harold Following the banquet a canasta I D °y' e ' canasta prizes, and bridge party will be held. On Mrs. Elmer Norman, Mrs. Jim Sunday morning, last day of the cheadle, Mrs. Glenn Teague and convention, breakfast will be Mrs. Doyle, decorations; Miss Bil- served at 8 a.m. At 11 o'clock the lie Sue Burks, Miss Nelldine Poe sorority girls will attend First Bap- and Mrs. Eloise Nicholson, ritual tist Church. i pin; Mrs. McCaskill, Mrs. Watson Concluding Activities i and Mrs. Harold Woods, scrap book To conclude the activities a lun- contest; Mrs. Etchieson, atten- ' dance; Mrs. Robert Lipscomb and Mrs Robert F. Waller cheon and business session will be held. In announcing plans for the convention Mrs. Owens also announced her committee chairmen. They are Mrs. J. D. Davis, treasurer; Mrs. Ray Harrison, Miss Nancy Holland, Mrs. Milton Howard, Mrs. Ben Abbott and Mrs. Joe Ewing, state publicity; Mrs. Perry Darby, Miss Holland, Mrs. Abbott, Mrs. Lois Driver and Mrs. John Demand, registration. Mrs. McCaskill, Mrs. Etchieson, Mrs. Boggs and Mrs. Owen, hotel committee; Miss Vera Goodrich, supply chairman; Crook, Mrs. Nick Mrs. Barney Powers, Mrs. * * * * * * * • It is possible, yau know, to drift into illness. Don't make the mistake of neglecting early symptoms. If you aren't really well, see your Doctor without delay. And, of course, we hope you'll bring his prescriptions to this Reliable pharmacy for expert compounding. Woods Drug Store Phone Mrs. Davis, outstanding girl; Mrs. McCasfcill, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Etchieson and Mrs. Hawks, hospitality room. Chairman committee will be Mrs. -Marilyn Davis, Mrs. Hank Dodd, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Dafe Briggs, Miss Goodrich, Mrs. J6e McHaney, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., Mrs. Parks, Mrs. Boggs, Mrs. Wade Sharp, Mrs. Nicholson, Mrs. Iris Freeman, Mrs. Beverley Sturch, Miss Florence Moore, Mrs. George Anderson, Mrs. Elizabeth Cathy, Mrs. Woods, Mrs. Alice Kelley, and Mrs. Darby. Miss Millie Ann Mallory will be local publicity chairman; Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Dick Shanks, closing ritual chairmen; Information desk chairmen will be Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Jesse Eubanks, Mrs. Joey Hodge, Mrs. O. M, Mitchell, Mrs. Marjorie Rager, Mrs. Harold Thompson, Mrs. Roy Kirksey, Mrs. Paul Long, Mrs. Utho Barnes, Mrs. Orlie Parker, Mrs. Fred Steadman, Mrs. T. A. Folger and Mrs. Frances Gammill. Those in charge of the ritual of jewel sales will be Mrs. Frank Ellis, Miss Gail O'Rear, Mrs. H. L. Halsell, Jr:, Mrs. Lloyd Albritton, Mrs. Betty Bivens, Mrs. Herb Childs, Mrs. Nelle Ford, Mrs. Billie Joe Gean, Mrs. Muriel Hall, Mrs. Frank Seay, Mrs. Jean Smith, Mrs. Dot Stone, Mrs. Jean Todd, Mrs. Lucille Watson, Mrs. Robert Biaylock. Mrs. J. W. Shouse. Mrs. Betty Peterson and Mrs. Walter Manser. New York harbor boasts 24,000 annual arrivals and departures of ocean-going vessels, discharging and picking up cargo and passengers, more than any other port in the world. Book Review Given at WMU BWCs Meet The mission book. "Who Are They," was renewed at Women's Missionary Union Circles of Pirsl Baptist Church when they met yesterday. A Royal Service program was given ai Business Women's Circle meeting last night. Circle One met at the home of Mrs. WUlliam Berryman with 16 members and two visitors, Mrs. Jesse Eubanks and Mrs. Paul Human, present. Mrs. Quincy Alexander gave the book review. Sixteen members of Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. C. L. McWaters Jr., with Mrs. John Gearing as co-hostess. The review was given by Mrs. Roy Head. • Mrs. H. V. Snow tauguht the book when 11 members of Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. Malcolm Griffin. Circle Pour met at the home of Mrs. James Gardner. Seven members were present when Mrs. Dick Bednar gave the review. Mrs. Helen Jones was a member when nine members and two visitors of Circle Five were entertained at the home of Mrs. Theodore Logan. The. lesson was taught by Mrs. James Fisher. Mrs. C. L. Evans, taught the lesson when 11 members and two visitors of Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. Leslie Moore. Circle Seven met at the home of Mrs. V. E. Calvary with nine members and two new members, Mrs. John Shaddix and Mrs. Madie Du Priest, present. Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., gave the review. Circle Eight met at the home of Dr. Edna.Nies last night with 11 members present. Dr. Nies gave the opening prayer with Mrs. Jeff Hester having charge of the Royal Service program. Taking parts on the program were Misses Jewel and Pearl Lee, Miss Mary Sue Wright, Mrs. John Tyrone and Misses Minnie and Ruby Brown. Miss Marie Harnish dismissed the group. Circle Nine with ten members In attendance, met at the home of Mrs. Josephine Rollison < Mrs. Georgia Walls led the opening grayer and also had charge of the program. Those assisting her were Mrs. Lucian Galnes, and Mrs. Nell Gordon. Mrs. Gordon gave the closing prayer. Mrs. Ted King wab hostess to eight members of Circle Ten. Opening prayer v ,% given by Miss Mary Webb with IWrs. Bill Stancil having charge of the program. Miss Webb gave the .devotional and those taking parts on the program were Miss Cliffie Overman, Miss Mickey Allen and Mrs Leon Jones. Dismissal prayer was by Mrs. Stancil. Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued by the office of Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker, County Clerk: Ira Dohcrty. Leachville, and Betty Faye Oollard, Kennett. C. Blankenship, Monette, and Betty Carolyn Steed, LeachviUe. DeLeard Moody, Holland, and Virginia Brown, Steele. Paul D. Panky and Dolores Barnes, both of Blytheville. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Hundreds of Additional Items. All at a Terrific Savings—All at 88tf All First Qua I it r . . . All Tools Guaranteed H 0 U S E W A R E S T 0 0 ! HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. 215 W. Main —We Deliver— Ph. 2-2015 Ann Fitzgerald Celebrates 14th Birthday Ann Fitzgerald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Fitzgerald, celebrated her Hth birthday Saturday with a party at her home. The honoree received a gift corsage from Mrs. C, A. Kinningham for the occasion. Twenty-five guests were present at the party and spent the evening In dancing. Following the party ten of Ann's girl friends remained for a bunking party. For the party Mrs. Fitzgerald decorated her home with spring flowers. Refreshments of birthday cake, Iced drinks and sandwiches were served. Out-of-town guests were Misses Ginger Young and Shlrlene Smith of Hayti. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Joint meeting of Men and Women of Presbyterian Church. Supper will be served at 6:30. Quest speaker will be Chaplain Don Maxfleld. His topic will be "Planning Family Life Together." THURSDAY Ladies Day at Country Club, 1 p.m. Lottie "Moon YWA meeting with Elsie Webster, 7 p. m. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Mrs. James Tidwell entertaining D-Bly Bridge Club at Razorback. Thursday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Raymond Schmuck. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs, C. W. Afflick. LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs. Newton Whitis. Chilllon Club meeting with Mrs. Felix Carney. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr. Mid-Week Club meeting witn Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Corps of Engineers Woman's Club meeting at Hotel Noble at noon. Mrs. W. D. Cobb and Mrs. Dorothy Denton will be hostesses. Central PTA summer round-up at Health Dnit. 12:30 p. m. FRIDAY Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meetnig in Fellowship Hall, 2:30 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. O. C. Ganske. Mrs. A. E. Huntley and Mrs. Odie Freeman. LaFinesse Club meeting with Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. Chapter N PEO haying 1 p jn. luncheon at home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell with Mrs. Riley B. Jones co-hostess. SATURDAY Cotillion Club having monthly dance in main dining room of Hotel Moble, 9 p. m. This will be preceded by a business meeting In 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. Bill Rader. Duplicate Bridee League meeting. Mrs. Whitworth Chairman for Ladies Day April Ladies Day will be held at the Country Club Thursday with a luncheon to be served at 1 p.m. Mothers Day will prevail as the theme for decorations with Mrs. Frank Whitworth serving as chairman of hostesses. Assisting her will be Mrs. L. O. Nash, Mrs. J. F. Lentl, Mrs. Bancroft Terry, Mrs. Charles Czeschln. Jr., Mrs. Charles Moore, Mrs. Robert Kllllan, Mrs. B. B. Goodman, Mrs. Max Logan, Mrs. Pred Flee- ruan. Mrs. Eddie B. David and Mrs. R. C. Allen. Following the meal bridge and canasta will be played. Members may bring as many guests as they wish and for reservations they are asked to contact Mrs. Jimmy Robertson at the club by tomorrow. Del I-Methodist Church Elects New Officers » At a quarterly conference of Dell Methodist Church an election for general officers of the church was held, Stewards will ba H. Noble Gill, Dallas Brownlee, John M. Stevens, Jr., Fred Kelly, Mrs. John Miles Miller, Ralph Simpson. Lester Gill, D. W. Cranford, Charles Armstrong, Charles Kennett, R. G. Edwards, R. B. Crawford, C. H. Whistle, Jr., Glen Cook, Don Blackmon, John Miles Miller, Mrs. Fred Kelly and U. S. Blankenship. John M. Stevens, Jr., will serve as adult superintendent of Sunday Schools; Miss Virginia Wilson, superintendent of young people, Mrs, Charles Kennett, superintendent of children, and 0. E. Honeycutt, general superintendent. Lange Tri-Gra-Y Has April Meet At Day Home The' filth grade Tri-Ora-Y ol Langs School held Its April social meeting at the home of Donna Day Thursday afternoon. Members present were Sharon Swindle, Peggy Klncaid, Brenda Campbell, Judy Wells, Janle Johnson, Patricia McLeod, Sherry Slse- more, Joy Russell, Norma Meyers, Mary Anne Hodge, Joanne Barger, Wanda Nelson. Donna Anne Waler and Mark Day. In the talent show Janle Johnson won first prize. Joanne Barger and Wanda Nelson tied for second place with Anne Waller winning third. It was Brenda Campbell's birthday and .We group sang to her after which cookies and iced drinks were served. the boy who wears Wings gets the sport news fast Here you see how we adapt the Far East trend to a boy's taste. Oriental coin motif printed on airy linen-like rayon., .softly tinier], superbly tailored with the new widespread collar. Unconditionally washable. Wings calls it the "Rubaiyat" shirt. 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