PACK TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 19SB - Society News - > Ann Mallin-v. Rncietv Editor * Phoni MiM Millie Ann Mallury, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 MARRIED —Mr. and Mrs. William Barnard Shelton are shown following their marriage Saturday night at the Church of Christ. Mrs. Shelton is the former June Carolyn Freeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Freeman, and Mr. Shelton is the son of Bonard Shelton and the late Mrs. Shelton. (Photo by Hall« Studio) William Barnard Shelton Claims Miss June Freeman As Bride Here In a ceremony solemnized Saturday night at the Church of Christ, Miss June Carolyn Freeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Freeman, became the bride of William Barnard Shelton, son of Bonard Shelton and the late Mrs. Shelton. Tommy McClure officiated at the ceremony. Miss Frances England, wearing a green mist dress with white accessories and a white carnation corsage, served as maid of honor. The bride wore an ice blue embroidered satin cotton featuring a scooped neckline and full skirt. She wore matching accessories and carried a white Bible topped with a single pure white orchid. Thomas Shelton served his broth-, er.as best man. Mrs. Freeman wore for her 52 Are Present For First Baptist WMU Meeting Mrs. Kendall Berry presided over a meeting of the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church yesterday afternoon when the group met at the church. After repeating the watchword, the 52 members present joined in singing a hymn, which was followed by prayer by Mrs. C. L. Evans. Mrs. Bill Banister was in charge of the program, and Mrs. Dick the devotional en- daughter's marriage a grey .dress with black accessories and a white gardenia corsage. The couple left on a wedding trip to Florida and upon their return will make their home at 1026 W. Walnut in Blytheville. University Club Has St. Pat's Dance at Hotel University Club members and large number of guests were entertained Saturday night at a St. Pat- Day dance given by Dr. and Mrs. Charles Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rose itnd Mi', and Mrs. Johnson Blackwell. The Mirror Room of Hotel Noble was gay with decorations traditional Mrs. Jim Roleson and Mrs. Foy Etchieson spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson are spending several days In St. Louis. Condition of Mrs. Pat Chitmon, who was injured in an automobile accident on Feb. 13, is satisfactory. She is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital, Room C-l. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner will leave tomorrow morning for Hot j Springs to spend the remainder ofj the week at their cottage there. They will be joined for the weekend by several Blytheville friends, including Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Mrs. Elton Kirby and Mr. and Mrs. Riley B. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers and daughter, Jeannie, of Newport, were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hlgglnson. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Jones had as their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrard and daughter, Diane, of Memphis, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lunsford had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Newman and children of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Evans and daughter of Hnyti, and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Hodge Jr., and their newly adopted son, Timothy Allan, also of Memphis. Kenneth Taylor arrived Saturday night from his home in Memphis to join Mrs. Taylor and their two children, who had been the guests for several days of his mother, Mrs. Ernest Roe, and Mr. Roe. He was accompanied home by his family Sunday night. Mrs. Tommy Reid underwent a major operation yesterday morning at Memphis Baptist Hospital. Her condition is reported to be satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Cassidy of Catron, Mo., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Halstead. Mrs. H. H. Baxter and family have returned from St. Louis, where thpy attended the funeral of her brother, Home B. Stokes, who died Saturday following a lengthy illness, i Mr. and Mrs. William E. Rasp- j berry will be in Jonesboro this aft- i ernoon on business. Three Trinity Circles Meet At the Church Three day circles of Trinity Bap... .. _ . . . ... ,,,. , tist Church's Woman's Missionary with the Irish holiday. Mirrors of | Unj met yesterday after noon at the room were painted with green tne church with 20 members and shamrocks and green hats while green balloons .suspended from the New President Of Auxiliary Mrs. W. T. Rainwater has been elected president of Blytheville's Junior Auxiliary, succeeding Mrs. Ben W. Harpole, Jr. Elected to serve with Mrs. Rainwater this morning at the group's regular monthly meeting at the Country Club were Mrs. Kobert McHaney, vice president; Mrs. Newton Whitis, recording secretary; Mrs. Jerry Cohen, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jack Cuadra, treasurer, and Mrs. B. F. Brogdon, welfare chairman. This past year, Mrs. Rainwater served as chairman of the visual screening program. She was chairman of the 1953 fashion show tea and the year prior to that was chairman of Lange School for Exceptional children. Mrs. Rainwater also has served as the group's recording secretary. Miss Rosa Hardy Will be Speaker At Dell's PTA Miss Rosa B. Hardy of Blytheville High School will be guest speaker at the meeting of the Dell Parent Teacher Association's study course tomorrow afternoon at Dell School. Miss Hardy, who will speak on "Emotional Problems of Our Children." will appear at 2:30 p.m., preceding the regular meeting at 3 o'clock, and Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, program chairman, has asked that Parent Teacher Association members attend this earlier meeting in order to hear the guest speaker. Members of the Dell Glee Club will present a special musical program during the regular meeting. loom swirled over the World May Bednar gave titled "That Know." The program, presented in the form of a panel discussion, was given by Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, Mrs. Sarah Sartnii Qarrott Abbott, Mrs. James Gardner, Mrs. T. C. Hopper. Mrs. E. B. Woodson and Mrs. Harry Ray Brooks. Closing prayer was offered by Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Present were three visitors, Mrs. Egert. Mrs. Seeman and Mrs. Hughes, and one new member, Mrs. Prentice Holder. ceiling of the the dancers. The refreshment table was centered with shamrocks .studded with sequins and iilled with bright yellow jonquils. ' Guests in addition to club members included Mr. and Mrs. Gene Butler of Osceoia, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Whistle, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelley. Miss Shirley King and Miss Ann Tyler, both of Harrison. Mrs. of Luxora, Charles two visitors, Mrs. E. F. Cockran and Mrs. Cecil Roberson, present. Mrs. Bill Cook led the group in repeating' the watchword for the year and opening prayer was giv-j at S t. Stephen's Episcopal Church j en by Mrs. Henry McCain. j Parish House by members of the Mrs. Cook presided over the bus-1 Woman's Auxiliary of the church. Episcopal Group Hears Reports Mrs. E. J. -Cure presided over the business meting held last night Borowsky-Baum Vows Spoken In Memphis The Venetian Room of Hotel Peabody in Memphis was the setting for a beautiful wedding Sunday afternoon, Feb. 27, when Miss Carolyn Betty Borowsky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Borowsky of Memphis, formerly of Manila, became the bride of Eric M. Baum of Chicago, son of Mrs. Albert Baum of Chicago. Rabbi Isadora Goodman of Baron Hlrsch Synagogue of Memphis, and Rabbi Alfred Vise of Temple Israel in Blytheville officiated at the rites. Mrs. Nathan Badanis, pianist, Miss Rebecca .Kaufman, vocalist, and Emanuel Moskovitz, violinist, presented a program of nuptial music. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a lustrous white satin gown with elongated torso bodice, a portrait neckline beaded with pearls, bugle beads and rhinestones, and a full gathered skirt poised over hoops and extending into a cathedral trim. Her fingertip veil of imported illusion cascaded from a lace cap embroidered in pearls. The bride carried an ivory satin Bible with itn orchid and cascading valley lilies. Miss Jane Borowsky, sister of the bride was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Vivian Ginsberg of Chicago and Miss Fruma Borowsky, cousin of the bride, of Manila. John Baum of Chicago, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and groomsmen were Lt. Colman Borowsky and Ben Borowsky, cousins of the bride, and both of Manila. Herzl Shankman of Memphis was usher. A seated dinner was given after the ceremony, and later the couple left for a wedding trip to Miami, Fla. They will be at home in Chicago. -irst Baptist ircle Convenes Circle 10 of First Baptist Church met lost night at the church for a program on suite missions, \vhen they took the Annie Armstrong offering. 95 Present For Methodist WSCS Session Ninety-five members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church attended a spring luncheon given yesterday at the church by members of Circle Five. White chrysanthemums were used on the organ and small luncheon tables were centered with small bouquets of colorful spring daffodils. Mrs. Jerry Hearn was in charge of the program, presented In the form of a skit. . Participating were. Mrs. Byron Moore, Mrs. Robert McGraw, Mrs. Shields Edwards, Mrs. H. D. Jackson, Mrs. Carl Burton, Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth and Mrs. Hearn. Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Burton were both visitors at the meeting. The afternoon's devotional was presented by Mrs. Newton VVhitis. Mrs. L. E. Old presided over the business session during which delegates, Mrs. P. L. Husbands and Mrs. Robert Killian, were elected to attend the annual W.S.C.S. conference to be held April 26-27-28 In Batesville. Mrs. R. B. Stout announced the prrycr links for the Lent season and the closing prayer was given by Mrs. C. W. Pyles. Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. Whitner Win A four-table Howell movement was played by members of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League meeting Saturday afternoon at Hotel Noble. Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. F. W. Whitner held high score of 32 Vj points for the afternoon, and in second place with 29 points were Mrs. Dick White and Mrs. Jim Rolcson. Members of the League are planning a cancer benefit bridge party to be held March 13, 1:30 p.m., at Hotel Noble. Gosnell HDC Unit Meets with Mrs. Starke OoineU Home Demonstration Club members met yesterday afternoon »t the home of Mrs. Jack Stnrke. Following the opening song, the devotional wai given by Mrs. Malen Moody, and a prayer by Mrs. Ross Caldwell. A tip on etiquette was given by Mrs. Roy McKay and Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, county home demonstration agent, talked to the group on weight control. Mr«. Alice Lott, health chairman for the club, wai in charge of "weighing-in" the members, and announced that overweight members will be penalized at future meetings if they are not following diet suggestions presented at the programs. Announcement was made that club members will sponsor a bake sale at Ark-Mo Power Company's Blytheville office next Saturday, March 12. Refreshments were served by the hostess, who was assisted by Mrs. Ed Hall. Twenty-four members were present. Presbyterian Women Meet Mrs. Hugh Hudson, vice president of the Women of First Presbyterian Church, presided over the meeting of the group's executive Miss Cliffie Overman was 1"| board, held yesterday afternoon at charge of the evening's program, assisted by Miss Mary Webb, Miss Ramona Crafton. Miss Dottie Whitsel and Mrs. Leon Jones. the church. The devotional was presented by Mrs. George Yates and various committee chairmen made regu- The group was dismissed with ]ar reports during- the business ses- prayer, | sion. SINUS TBOUBLE, ASTHMA and HAY FEVER AMAZING NEW TREATMENT - FREE TRIAL Thousands have received amaiinfi:, f.ist relief with our sensational, new treatment, nc<s in cy'es. cheekbones, top of head'.'back o7 held",' £own"n«k and shoulder!! drip and drainage of nose and throat, temporary loss of smell and taste, temporary hard of hearine. can't think straight or see well at times, when symptoms are THis < SEN^ n ATioNAL! < NEW TREATMENT. FOR A" 7 DAY^FREE TRIAL. POSTPAID, no cost or obligation to try it except this; when you write, it it acr-ed you will mail it hack, postpaid at en ! of free trial period if not amazed with refills. AMERICAN' LABORATORIES. Udi. California. iness session and gave the closing prayer. The devotional was brought by Mrs. Bill Crocker. The devotional and benediction were given by Mrs. J. E. Killett. land icports were made by various! Members of Mildred Matthews ! committee chairmen. ! Circle met last night at the home, Tne group is sponsoring a Lenten of Mrs. Carl Pate, with guests j study Bourse at the Parish House > 5= present including Mrs. A. D. Priest, j each Wednesday night during the' Calvary Church Circles Meet Circle One of Calvary Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dale Garner with Mrs. Ona Peeples, circle chairman, presiding. Opening prayer Was given by Mrs. W. P. O'Neil and Mrs. Claude Rowland led a discussion . on the 6th Chapter of Mark. Dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. Alf Jones Members of Circle TWO; met with Mrs. Lloyd Crecelius... with Mrs. Fred Phllbrook, circle chairman, in charge of the meeting. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. J. H. Melton, and the Bible study was led by Mrs. Anna Johncse. Closing prayer was offered by Mrs. Phllbrook. Refreshments were served by each of the hostesses during the social hour which followed the program. Mrs. Edward Russell, Mrs. J. B. Harvey, Mrs, Otis Hcnson and | Mrs. James Hardin. The meeting was opened Nick Ro.se, Bill Williams. Dan Caldwell, Chnrlcs Moore, Mr. and I Tne meeting was opened wiin Mrs. Joe Davis of Little Rock' • I repeating the watchword and pray- 1 er by Mrs. Eleanor Swafford. Lenten season, with the course be-, ing taught by Thurman E. Rowlett Jr.. for all members of the congregation. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Folgcr, Mr. and Mrs. Robert MtGraw, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scay, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Doyle. Mr.'and Mrs. E. M. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hal.stoad. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Cassidy of Catron. Mo.. Miss Maureen Morris, Ensign David Doss of Beebe, and Mrs. Clyde H. Andrews of Marianna. Mrs. Pate gave the devotional, and leading the mission study were Mrs. L. D. Marr,. Mrs. Priest and Mrs. Gay lord Lewis. Mrs. Ernest Walker presided over the business session and closing prayer was given by Mrs. Cleatus Hudson. Refreshments were served during the social hour. DOCTORS KNOW . this specialized aspirin for children is made to best fit children's needs! At Tbe Hospitals Blylhevlllc HoipltiU Dismissed: S. N. Needham, city Chtckuawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Hubert Seymour, city J. C. Cole, city MiM Elsie Gamble, city Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH Wife More Comfort , » (non-xld) powdtr, hoME t»lM teeth nor* finnlr. To «u »nd talk In moro gallon. luU iprlnkte • little FAS- rarrn « rout, PUM. no tummy. •Qotr, Mjtr tMW or f*«lln«. Check* *pUU oSor' 1 (rittlture broth). 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