THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1996 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FTTE — Society News — B Ann iMallorv. Societv Editor ' , Phi Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Marie Bevitl Engagement OfMissBevill Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bevill announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marie, to Vernie Daniel Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jenkins, all of Blyttieville. The bride-elect is now attending Burdette High School where she will graduate in May. She is active in the glee club, 4-H Club, Booster Club and Future Komemakers of America at the school. Miss Bevill is secretary of the Young Women's Auxiliary of her church and social editor on the school paper. Mr. Jenkins is a gradaule of Blytheville High School, and is now employed by Smith Awning Company and the fire department. The wedding will be solemnized! June 3 at New Liberty Baptist | Church. YarbroHDClub Has Luncheon At Clubhouse Ya r b r o Home Demonstration Club was entertained with a potluck luncheon at the clubhouse Tuesday with Mrs. Herbert Mullins and Mra Paul Abbott hostesses. Fourteen members and four visitors, Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, Mrs. Frances Gammill, Mrs. Buford Flowers and Mrs. Earl Damon, were present. Mrs. Abbott opened the. meeting with a scripture reading followed by group singing of "In^ the Garden." Roll call was answered by each member telling the room in their home they would like to redecorate. Eye-opener was an arrangement of spring flowers. Mrs. Lee Stiles gave a demonstration on straw bags. Mrs. Gammill spoke on health and Mrs. Holiman on interior decorating. ,, In the social hour party games were played. Mr. Nicholson Speaks at Lange PTA Meet W. B. Nicholson, school superintendent, was guest speaker at the final meeting of Lange Parent- Teacher Association yesterday. He used as his discussion topic, •Is It Well with, the Child in the School?" Mrs. Walter Day. gave the devotional at the meeting. In the business session, the PTA voted to purchase a new set of encyclopedias for the school following a suggestion of the executive board. Room count winners we're the rooms of Miss Halstead and Miss Moore. First grade mothers were hos- :esses for the social hour. Youth Group To Conduct Service at Temple Tomorrow night at 8, the Sabbath Service at Temple Israel will be conducted by members of B'nai B'rith Youth Oroup. The sermonette will be delivered by Stanley Graber of Corning, Ark., 9,'ho is a member of the group. Dr. Alfred Vise, the spiritual advisor of the Youth Group, will preside at the service and give closfng'pray- er and benediction. A fellowship hour, with refreshments served by group mothers, will follow the service. Summer Date Special Mrs. Kiliian Entertains Manila Club Mrs. Robert Kiliian entertained Manila Bridge Club at her home here yesterday. She invited as guests Mrs. J. W Adams and Mrs. C. E. Criffger of Blytheville. Mrs. E. C. t'leeman won high the games, Mrs. Crigger, second high, and Mrs. D. C. Wright, bridgo. A dessert course preceded the games. Floral arrangements ot spring flo\vers were used to decorate entertaining rooms of the home. JThimble-Needle jClub Has Meeting In Clark Home The Thimble and Needle Club, a branch of Corps of Engineers Woman's Club, met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Everett I. Clark with Mrs. John Prnther as co-hostess. A buffet luncheon was served from a table overlaid by a white damask cloth and centered with an arrangement of Dutch iris and splrea accented by pink blossoms. Following the meal the ladies spent the afternoon in sewing for their welfare projects. Dell WMU Circle Conducts Meeting Jewel Abernathy Circle of Dell Women's Missionary Union met at the church Monday evening, The meeting opened with group singing of "We've a Story to Tell to the Nations." The devotional and prayer was by Mrs. Dave Keltner. Mrs. Walter Dyre. 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