The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 1, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 1, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1955 - Society News - e Ann Mallbry, 'Society Editor » Phun Miss Millie Ann Malloi-y, 'Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Carol Ann Bailey (Photo by Bailey) Carol Ann Bailey is Bride-Elect Of George H. Kamp of Conway Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Jennings Bailey, Sr., announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol Ann, to George Kami! Kamp of Conway, son of Dr. Henry Wilbur Kamp and the late Mrs. Kamp of that city. Miss Bailey, descendant of a pioneer Southeast Missouri family, is a graduate of BIythevilie High School, where she was an honor student, member of the National Honor Society, Girls Beta Club, Camera Club, Future Homemakers, a cape- lla choir and member and librarian of the high school band. She attended Hendrix College, Conway, where she was a member of the college band, orchestra, The Players, La Terhulia, Hendrix Christian Association and Women's Athletic Association. She is presently employed in Little Rock. The bride-elect Is the granddaughter of Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Bailey of Puxico and Maiden, Mo., and the late Mr. Bailey, and of Mrs. Homer A..Rickard of Grayville, 111., and Blytheville, and the late Mr. Rt-kard. Mr. Knmp is a graduate of Conway High School where he was an honor graduate of his class. He a senior pre-medical -student at Hendrix College, where he is listed in "Who's Who in American Mrs. Park Complimented With Party Mrs. Tom Park, Jr., a recent bride and member of the Dell School faculty, was honored yesterday afternoon by four of her co-workers with a party at the home economics cottage. Hostesses were Mrs. L o u i s e Crouch, Mrs. Marie Joyner, Mrs. M. R. Griffin and Mrs. T. N. Bennett. Pink punch and individual cakes were served from a table centered with nn arrangement of pink glftd- ioLi. The hostesses presented the honoree with a brass plaque. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Irene Cook, city. Shevron Coffey, Rt. 1, city. Mrs. John Brock and baby, city. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jack Lewis nnd baby, city. Lee Smith, city. Toler Buchanan, city. Robert Raymond Lipscomb, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Thomas E. Mann, Jr.. city. John Phillip Mann, city. Colleges and Universities," member of Blue Key national honor fraternity and is president of Alpha Chi national honor society. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter S- Kamp of Gronigen, the Netherlands, and Watseka,, 111,, and the late Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Humberd of Watseka. Plans are being made for a late summer wedding. . AllDay Program Conducted by Baptist WMU I "Trophies for the King" was the topic for the all-day program held yesterday by the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church. Mrs. Kendall Berry opened the morning; session with prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. Bob Huff. The morning' program was in charge of Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., and those taking parts were Mrs. William Berryman and Mrs. Nell Gordon. Mrs. E. E. Stevens and Mrs. C. L. Evans offered prayers and a solo was presented by Mrs. Harold Davis. "Claiming Youth for The King" was the topic of discussion following lunch with Mrs. Prank McCool in charge and also giving the devotional. Mrs. Clarence Johnson gave the opening prayer and those taking parts were Mrs. Hubert Pol.sgrove, Mrs. Evans. Mrs. Dnrrell Lunsford and Mrs. Philip Deer. . Prnycr.s were irivrn by Mrs. Al- vln Hardy and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Sr. At the conclusion of the program the members presented ; their offering for mission work. Cii-clp Nine met at the home of Mrs. Fletcher King last night with Mrs. Henry Rosamond, co-hostess. There were seven members and one visitor, Mrs. Elton Jones, present. Mrs. Lucian Gaines opened the meeting with prayer and gave the devotional. Those taking parts on the mission program were Mrs. J.. M. Cleveland. Mrs. Raymond Schmuck and Mrs. Alvin Lane. The group was dismissed by Mrs. Walter Bishop. Travel with baby in the car can be eased with an improvised play area. Level off the back seat with luggage and wedge a crib mattress on top. He'Ll be happy and snfe there. Bits of News Wilbur Lane returned home yesterday from Kennedy Veterans Hospital in Memphis where he has been a patient for the past three weeks. Barbara Gurnow is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital, Mrs. Robert E. Lee King, who spent the winter in Cleveland, Miss., is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, and family for a week. From here she will go to Johnson City, Tenn., for the wedding of her grandson, Roy A. Dean, Jr., and Miss Charlotte Ruth Pickel, which will take place March 18. Mrs. King's daughter, Mrs. Thomas W. Miller of Christiansburg. Vs., and her granddaughter, Mrs. John Riddle, of Dublin, Va., will motor to Blytheville for Mrs. King, who will spend the summer in Johnson City and Christiansburg. Jimmy Graves spent 10 days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Graves, here. He has returned to Keesler Air Force Base, in 'Mississippi. Mrs., J. K. Garner has arrived here to spend several months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little, who have been ill but are reported to be improved. Mr. Garner is in Thailand, where he is associated with the United States government in the farm improvement program, and Mrs. Garner will join him there later. Condition of C. S. Webb, who is a patient In Baptist Hospital in Memphis, is reported to be slightly improved. He is in Room 221. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Besharse and children, Mac and Leanne. have as guests in their home this week Mrs. Besharse's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McNeill, of Wichita Falls, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Polltird returned from Hot Springs Sunday night, where they had spent the past week. Braxton Gill, a student at Baylor University, will arrive tomorrow to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hardin. Mr. and Mrs. George Lee have returned from St. Petersburg, Sar- asola. Miami and Naples, Fla., where they spent the past month. They were accompanied on the trip by Colonel and Mrs. Charles T. Cramer of Little Rock. Miss Joyce Gill of Arlington, Tex., will arrive tomorrow to visit her mother, Mrs. B. G. Gill. Miss Bertha Ann Gaines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gaines and a freshman at Memphis State College, was chosen first alternate to Barbara Haynes of Humboldt, Tenn., Saturday night at Memphis State College Mardi Gras. Miss Gaines was presented a silver loving cup. ENGAGED — Miss Martha Gaynell Hendrix will become the bride of Robert Jackson Roberts in a ceremony to be solemnized in March at the Huntington Avenue Methodist Church in Jonesborp, Miss Hendrix is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ethel Hendrix, Sr., of Blytheville, and Mr. Roberts is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Link Jackson Roberts of Fort Smith. Miss Martha Gaynell Hendrix To Become Bride in Jonesboro In a wedding which will take place March 24 at Huntington Avenue Methodist Church of Jonesboro Miss Martha Gaynell Hendrix, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ethel Hendrix, Sr., of Blytheville, will become the bride of Robert Jackson Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Link Jackson Roberts of Fort Smith. Trinity WMU ins Week Of Prayer The bride-elect Is a graduate of Jonesboro High School where she was a member of the band, glee club, Gay Notes Music Club, Dramatics Club and Psi Chapter of the Delta Beta Sigma sorority of which she was vice-president her senior year. Following her high school graduation, she attended Arkansas State College one year and while a student there was a member of the ASC Singers and choir, the band and orchestra. Miss Hendrix is the granddaughter of the. late Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hendrix of Jonesboro and of Mrs. Zeb. Ballew and the late Mr. Ballew also of that city. Mr. Roberts joined the United States Army following his graduation from Fort Smith High School and served in the Korean War. After his discharge he enrolled at Arkansas State College where he will be graduated with the 1955 class in May. A printing and journalism major, Mr. Roberts is active in vr*ri- ous campus organiations. He is vice- president of his social fraternity, Tau Kappa Epsilon, is business man ager of the ASC paper, is on the staff of "The Indian," the college annual, and is vice-president of Grafic Arts. The bride-groom-elect's grandpa rente are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bachelor of Port Smith and Jackson Roberts and the late Mrs. Martha Roberts of Fort Smith. Coming Events TUESDAY Exempler Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. Joe McHaney, 7:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary has old-fashioned box supper at hut, 8:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY Garden Department of Woman's Club meets at club house at 2:30 p.m. NOW Club meets at home of Mrs. Herbert Graham with Mrs. Charles Crews, hostess. 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Graham Sudbury entertains Club Eight. TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Dick Watson. Mrs. H. C. Sims entertains Wednesday Bridge Club. THURSDAY Mary Martha Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church has covered-dish dinner at home of Mrs. E. L. Hale, 7 p.m. Lottie Moon YWA meets with ] Mrs. Lauena Everett, 7:30 p.m. I WMS Season of Prayer for Home j Mlsisons, Annie Armstrong offering at First Baptist Church. Covered-dish luncheon at 12 p.m. Chilljon Club meets with Mrs. Felix Carney. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Mrs. Ben Mac White entertains La Nueve Club. GEO Club meets with Mrs. Johnson Blackwell. Mrs. Harry W. Haines entertains Mid-Week Club. Mrs. Alex Curtis entertains Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Edward Burbage entertains Em anon Club. FRIDAY Dorcas Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meets at home of Mrs. J. W. Shousc. 2 p.m. Miss Tressie Allan and Mrs. E. E. Alex- ander are hostesses. Chapter N, PEO Sisterhood, meets with Mrs C. A. Cunningham at 2 p.m. Friday Club meets with Mrs. Jimmy Stevenson, Friday Contract Club meets with Mrs. R. B. Stout. Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr., entertains LaFinesse Club. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. SUNDAY Wedding of Miss Rosemary Monaghan to E. B. Ge, Jr., at 4 p.m at First Baptist Church. .Yesterday was the beginning ol the Week of Prayer for the Women's Missionary Union ol Trinity Baptist Church. There were 18 members prejent at the meeting when "Trophies for The King," was the title ol the program given by Mrs. Bert Ross, leader, Mrs. A. D. Priest,.Mrs. We»t, Mrs. John Buchanan, Mrs. A. L. Richardson, Mrs. Joyce Crocker, Mrs. Thorn and Mrs, John Cherry. Mrs. H. H. Burnett, Mrs. W. A. Williams and Mrs. Crocker offered prayers and Mrs. Carl Lay served as pianist. Mrs. Bill Cook gave the devotional and closed the meeting with prayer. Mildred Matthew Circle met with Mrs. Jack Christ! last night with 15 members and one new member, Mrs. Day Parrish, present. Repeating of the watchword opened the meeting followed with prayer by Mrs. Ernest Walker who also gave the devotional and conr ducted the business session. Mrs. David Gaddis was in charge of the program and Mrs. L. D. Marr dismissed the group. Spaghetti Supper Given for, Dollie Hiett YWA DolHe Hiett Young Women's Auxiliary was entertained with a spaghetti supper at the home of Mrs. Darnell Lunsford last night. Their councilor, Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove, was co-hostess. Repeating of the watchword, followed with prayer by Miss Martha Jane Bartholomew opened the business meeting- and Miss Rosemary Snow led in makfhg plans for the coming months' work. In the social hour the group sang and played games. James Mcllwaine of Nashville Claims Elinor Gerrald as Bride In a ceremony solemnized at Cathedral Chapel in Nashville, Tenn., last week, Elinor McCarthy Gerrald, a former Blytheville resident, became the bride of James Read Mc- Ihvane. Mrs. Francis J. McCarthy, also a former Blytheville resident, is the mother of the bride, find Mr. Mcllwaine is the son of the late Mr., and Mrs. James R. Mcllwaine of Nashville. The Msgr. Albert A. Slener of Nashville, assisted by the Rev. Amos Enderlin of Blytheville, officiated at the wedding. Twin arrangements of white stocks and tulips adorned the altar for the occasion. The bride was attired in ft simply styled pure silk suit in the dragoon blue shade. Features of the model, which was accented by a veil-trimmed white felt hat and nivy accessories, were Us Cowl neckline collar and draped tie. She carried a tailored hand bouquet of orchids and lilies of the valley. Mrs. Gary Bowon was her cous- n's only attendant. Her champagne silk linen suit was along classic lines and she wore matching ac- ;essories. Lavendar orchids com- •• posed her bouquet. Finley Mcllwaine served his brother as best man. Mrs. McCarthy entertained with a breakfast at the Befle Meade Country Club following the ceremony for the bridal party. Forming the central ornament of the table was a tiered wedding cake, fringed with white hyacinth blossoms and smllax. Following a trip to Nassau, tbt couple will mafce their home In the Skyline Apartments in Nashville until they take possession of their home on Vaughns' Gap Road. The bride was graduated from St. Bernard Academy and Vanderbilt University, where she held membership In Delta Delta Delta sorority and the groom was also ft graduate of Vanderbllt University, where he was a member of Chi Phi fraternity. Those from Blytheville Who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson, brother-in- Inw and sister of the bride, and the Rev. Amos Enderlin. 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