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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1965 - Society News - > Ann Mallm'v Snr-iHfV Editor / Phone Miss Millie Ann Mailory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Sudbury PTA Is Told of School Award When Sudbury Parent Teache Association held its regular meet ing yesterday afternoon at tin school, Miss Gloria Ashmore wa leader of the opening song, Mrs Tommy McClure gave the devr tional and Miss Martha Jones rea the president's message. For -the program, Mrs. "W. F Summerville used the subjec "Keeping Up With Our Children" Mrs. Harold Sudbury, presiden announced that an award for si perior rating in membership .ha. been won by the school and Mrs Bob Bay, safety chairman, report ed that a new "Caution" sign ha- been promised for the Lake-Main crossing. Mrs. Hugh Hudson, Mrs. Ba and Mrs. Riley Adams were name, as members of a nominating com mitiee to select officers for th coming year. In the room count. Miss Jones second grade, Mrs. E. F. Fry' fifth grade and Mrs. D. C. Me Lean's sixth grade were winners. Second grade mothers served a. hostesses during ihe social hour carrying out the St. Patrick's Daj theme in their decorations. Todd Harrison PTA Speaker A. S. (Todd) Harrison, Blytheville attorney, will be guest speaker at the Burdette Parent Teacher Association meeting tonight, it was announced today by Mrs. Charle: Frazier, president. The meeting will be held at the school at 7:30 o'clock. New Sailor Two Piece 8242 10-20 By Sue Burnett Perfect compliment to a lovely figure—a stunning two piece, sailor frock that's as new as tomorrow. Patern No. 8242 Is in sizes 10, 12, 14. 16, 18, 20, S:ze 12. skirt, 34 ! yards of 35-inch; top IS yards. j For this pattern, send 35c in' COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN' NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. | Basic FASHION, spring and I summer, '55 is an exciting, easy to \ follow guide for every woman who j sews. Be sure to send for your copy' today. 25 cent£. i Mrs. Pankle Jones Joy Wagner, Pankie Jones Wedding Told Announcement was made last wee!-: of the marriage of Miss Joy Wagner to Pankie Jones on Feb. 2 in Memphis. They are making their home in Cooter. Mrs. Jones is the daughter of Mrs. Beulah Wagner and the late Arthur Wagner. She graduated from Cooter High School last May and has since been employed in the Welfare office in Caruthersville. Mr. Jones is the son of Mrs Janie Jones and the late Charley Jones. He graduated from Cooter High School in 1953 and is nou farming near Cooter. Bits of News Phonal j Dorcas Circle Meets at Home Of Mrs. Hodge Dorcas Circle of Beacon Baptisl Church met last night at the home of Mrs. Fred Hodge with eight members and two guests present. Mrs. Connie Shanks gave the devotional and opening prayer was by Mrs. ' Georgia Hodge. Mrs. ihanks also presided over the bus- ness. The program, "A Place for Women," Was participated in by Mrs. Lovie Johnson, Mrs, Jones, tfrs. Inez Schuhart, Mrs. Georgia Hodge, Mrs. Novella Kellick, Mrs. Anna Sue Hill and Mrs. Susie Benefield. Closing prayer was by Mrs. Kellick. Refreshments were served by ,he hostess. Coming Events THURSDAY Y.W.A. of Trinity Baptist Church meeting at church for Mission Study, with members of Huffman, Clear Lake and First Baptist Church Tieeting with them, 7 p. m. Junior-Senior High School Parent Teacher Association study course at Home-Ec Cottage, 7:30 i.m. FRIDAY Mrs. Grady Sims entertaining ,HE Club, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. VV. L. Whittaker entertain- ng Friday Contract Club. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Ronnie Trull, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. B. Barnes, city Mrs. Brooks Logan and baby, city Anita Pritchard, city Mrs, D. C. Freeman, city Mrs. Jimmv -Richardson, city Mrs. Charles Smith and baby, city Ann Crigger, city Mrs. L. F. May has had as her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bottom and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hoag of Caraway. Condition.of A. M, Van Winkle, who underwent major surgery at Memphis Baptist Hospital last week, is reported to be much improved and he is expected to be able to be returned home this weekend. Mrs. Van Winkle, who has been in Memphis with her husband, returned home Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harp left this morning for Panama City, Fla., where they will spend several days as guests oi*their son, Capt. H. R. Harp, and Mrs. Harp, who are making their home there while he is stationed at Tyndsll Air Base with the Air, Force. T. O. Huey was admitted Saturday to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital in Memphis where he is reported to be improving. Mrs. Huey is in Memphis with him. Mrs. J. C. Ellis and Mrs. E. L. Hale left this morning for Little Rock where they will represent the local Col. John Martin Chapter of the Daughters of the American Colonists at the .State Assembly there tomorrow. Mrs. Ellis is regent of the local chapter, which is host to the state assembly. They are to be joined in Little Rock by Mrs. Crawford M. Noble, another local chapter member, who is driving there today from Hot Springs, where she has spent the past several days. A/T3 T. W. Crafton and his bride, the former Miss Mary Lynn Scogin of Corpus Christ!, Tex., are guests here of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Crafton, and family. Mr. Crafton, who has been stationed at Corpus Christi with the Navy, has been transferred to Miramar, Calif., where he and Mrs. Crafton will make their home. 1955 GIRL SCOUT POSTER—A Scout in New York City displays poster featuring this year's Girl Scout theme, "Believe, Belong, Build," Some two million girls throughout the country are celebrating their special week ending March 12, the 43rd birthday of the Girl Scouts of America. high Forethought Helps Your Success Most women spend a lot of time and energy getting- ready for a party in order to look their very best. But many of them overlook one important preparation. They don't take that extra 15 minutes to run over in their minds the list of friends and acquaintances they expect to see. That's important, so that they will be prepared to best I give a little of themselves to other guests. Forethought gives one a chance to remember the compliment that can be passed along, the inquiry that shows one Is interested in another's concerns, the bit of news that will be appreciated. Most people lead such busy lives today that «"th Mlllett even those who greatly enjoy each other's company sometimes meet 3ut rarely. For that reason it is important to make the most of occasions when one sees a number of persons he knows and likes. But unless a little forethought is given to each person one is likely ;o see at a party, the opportunity to share something of mutual interest s often passed by. How often have you thought after caving a person, "I should have )Id him about such-and-such?" So next time you are getting ready for a party, take a few minutes to think about the other persons there. Wha t a re you going to offer them? You'l! need something besides a pretty dress, a becoming- hairdo, and a skillful job of makeup. Mrs. Huffman Is Elected New PTA President Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., will serve as president of Senior High parent Teacher Association during the 1S54-1955 school year having been named to that office at a meeting of the organization held Tuesday afternoon in the school auditorium. Other officers named to serve with Mrs. Huffman, who will succeed Mrs. Hush Whitsitt as president, are Mrs. Ben Harpole Jr., vice president; Mrs. William Wyatt, secretary; Mrs. Leonard Johnson, treasurer; Mrs. LeRoy Huddleston, historian. They will be installed at a later meeting. The program at Tuesday's meeting was presented in the form of a fashion show staged by Miss Gail Orear, home economics teacher at Blytbeville High School, and her pupils, who modeled garments they had made. Mrs. R. L. Johnson presented the devotional for the afternoon, and the senior class won in the room count for having the largest percentage of mothers present. Mrs. McHaney Guest of Club Mrs, John C. McHaney was a guest yesterday when Mrs. G. G. Caudill entertained at her home for members of the Town and 'Springtime 7 Motif Is Used In Prather Home "Sprnigtime" was the theme for the luncheon given yesterday by Mrs. John W. Prather at her home for members of the p. s. Club and several additional guests, including Mrs. Maurice Sanders, Mrs. Dick Watson, Miss Pearl Lee ajid Mrs. Jerry Hord, The luncheon table was centered with an arrangement of daffodils, forsythla and fern, surrounded by tiny handpaintcd eggshell place cards with each jaunty head topped with a miniature spring bonnet. Pastel tapers set in puffs of fluted maline flanked the centerpiece and the small tables where guests were seated were covered with pastel colored linen cloths. In bridge games played during the afternoon, high score priie was won by Mrs. Wateon, second high by Mrs. Hord, low by Mrs. Herb Rhode, and bridgo by Mrs. Sanders. Mrs. Prather was assisted in serving by her mother, Mrs. Virginia Drew. Country Bridge Club. Spring flowers were used to decorate entertaining rooms of the home where guests played bridge during the afternoon. Refreshments were served during the games in which high score prize was won by Mr«, Cornelius Modinger Sr., and second high by Mrs. J. C. Elite. Adults! Only 2 more days to have a 5 x 7 portrait made for $1.00. Phone 3-8666 for appointment. LEE BEARDEX PHOTOGRAPHY Child Art Studio the shaped IVIID-HEEU standing high and mighty in the fashion picture StricHy fashion, the fittle shaped h«el looks tall, feels small... poised perfect^ here on the very open shoe, luxury fashion at a welcome price. $f\95 Wedgewood Blua and Patent Bogs to match fe. 80HS I SHOES! Mrs. fames Roy Will be Head Of PEO Chapter Mrs. James Roy was named to the presidency of Chapter D of P.E.O. Sisterhood at a luncheon meeting of the group given yesterday by Mrs. William Lawshe at her home. Mrs. Roy, who will succeed Mrs. Robert A. Porter, will have as her vice president, Mrs. James C. Guard. A profusion of jonquils decorated entertaining rooms of the Lawshe home where guests were served a two course luncheon before ihe business and program sessions. Mrs, Porter presided over the business, with Mrs. B. A. Lynch presenting the P.E.O. -record. The program for the afternoon, 'Cottey Junior College., Educational Fund", was given by Mrs. Lawshe. Twenty members were present. It you intend reviving an old string of those again-popular loopy beads, give them a wash first. Baste them to a turkish towel and dip up and down in lukewarm suds. Scrub with a soft complexion brush. Let them dry right on the towel. DKG Chooses Its Delegates To State Meet Mrs. Ralph Berryman, Mrs. George Wiges, and Mrs. Charles Penn were hostesses Tuesday night at the Berryman home to members of Delta Kappa Gamma sorority. Theme of the evening's program was "Group Leadership Through Democratic Action." presented by Mrs. A. E. Caldwell of Dell and Mrs. C. L. Moore. During the business session, plans were made for representatives of the local group to attend the state convention to be held in April in Pine Bluff. Delegates from the local chapter will be Miss Minnie Poster, Mrs. Oils Shepard, Miss Alice Marie Ross and Miss Clara Cecil Cassldy. Mrs. Margaret Phillips of Osceola and Miss Gloria Ashmore of Blyihevllle attended their first meeting as members, having been initiated last month. A dessert course was served by ihe hostesses at the conclusion of the program. To put a little surprise in fried oysters, put a teaspoon of celery salt in the cracker crumbs you roll them in. iriih Tin Anctiean .\ational RtJ Crou Ju*t arrived for spring! The beautiful new Style* you've asked for in the colors you want . . . with th* famous fit you love! PWAA DONNA HAiTO IN NAVY BLUE, BLACK PATENT Largesi selling brand of fine footwear in the world. FAMILY SHOE STORE s 312 W. Main == Phone 2-2342 ^ Mrs. Grimes Hosts NGW Club Mrs. Harry Grimes Jr., entertained yesterday for members of the NOW Club nt her home when Mrs. William Harrison presided over the meeting. In games played, Mrs. Bill Pras- er, Mrs. Don Morris and Mrs. Utah Brady were prize winners and Mrs. Brady also received the door prize. A dessert course was served by the hostess. 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