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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1955 MiM Millie Ann - Society News - 3 Ann Mallory, Society Editor • Phoi Phone 8-4461 Wedding Plans of Miss Keim, James Cecil Lowe Are Told Wedding plans for Miss Margaret Keim of Belleville, 111., to James Cecil Lowe, 11, of Blytheville and St. Louis, are announced today. Miss Keim is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Einmett Keim of Belleville and Mr. Lowe is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cecil Lowe of this city. The ceremony will be solemnized April 2 at 7:30 p. .ra. in First .Presbyterian Church 'of Belleville with Dr. Frank Eversull, pastor, officiating. Miss Viola Niess, music teacher of the bride-elect, will be organist and Miss Joan Diller will be soloist. •Maid of honor will be Miss Dons Niklich of Belleville and also roommate of Miss Keim ac Washington A/f < . c A/T-ii-r' •University. Bridesmaids are Miss 1VJL13. J.YJ_<tri Marge Burger of waukeegan. 111., Miss Helen Marie Gross of Springfield, 111., and Miss Alice Magos of Wilmette, 111. All are students at Washington University. Laura Kay Kamper will serve as Ilower girl. Lehman of Libertyville, 111., and Kenneth H. Kapphahan of Madison, S. D. They are all students at Washington University School of Medicine. Candle lighter will be Jerry Lowe, brother of groom. A reception will be held immediately following the ceremony in the Mural Room of Hotel Belleville. These wedding plans were revealed at a dessert-luncheon given recently by the bride's parents. Mr. Lowe will serve his son as best man and ushers are Harold E. Kelch of Lancaster, O., Quentin H. Lake Street WSCS Presents Program Lake Street Women's Society of Christian Service met Monday night at the church with 17 members present. Mrs. George Shanks presided over the business session which was opened with prayer by Mrs. C. M. Baxter. Mrs. L. E. Gay was in charge of the program on "A Young Woman Moves to the City." Those taking parts on the program were Mrs. Joe Thomas, Mrs. Sheldon Douglas and Mrs, H. M. Sanford. Mrs. Gay dismissed the group with prayer and hostesses in the social hour were Mrs. Minnie Vance, Mrs. L. P. May and Mrs. Sanford. The Cooter Lions Club was host to members of the Negro Ministrel cast at the regular meeting of the club at the Lions Den Thursday night with a banquet. Among the guests were Mrs. Floyd Wagster, Mrs. Opal Wentzell, Mrs. Peggie Holmes, Mrs. Gus Cooper, Mrs. Virgil Jones, Mrs. Louise Burton, Mrs. Callie Lewis, Mrs. Ethel Rushing, and Misses Mary Jane Crawford, Norma Lee Wagster, Imogene Non-id, Marilyn Evans and Margaret McCann. G. F. Brown was returned to his home near Steele Tuesday from Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, where he had been undergoing treatment for the past two weeks. His condition is improved. Mrs. T. E. Ashcraft. of Cooter and Mrs. Ehvood Brown of Cape Giraradeau went to St. Louis and accompanied him home and while is St. Louis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jones and Mrs. Ola Grady. Mrs. Lydia Russell, who was seriously ill first of this week, is improved. James Terry of Haines City, Pla., spent the first of this week here with 1 his son, Shannon Terry, and other relatives. Mrs. Daisy Rushing, who has been seriously ill, is improved. A. M. Hinson and Jack Magklin are spending this week in New Orleans. Mrs. Grady Hughes and daughter have returned to their home ir Pine Bluff, Ark., after several days here at the bedside of G. P. Brown J. W. Neil was a business visitor in Sikeston Tuesday. Mrs. Maudie Riley left Thursday night for St. Louis where she will undergo surgery at the Jewish Hospital, Misses Shirley Whitner and Maureen Ashcraft were visitors Jackson and Cape Girardeau Monday night. Miss Melba Jean Edwards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards, is making considerable »d- vancement in her position with the Federal Bureau of Investigation-in Washington, D. C. Miss Edwards accepted this position soon after her graduation from Cooter High School last May. She will visit here in July. Presents Slate Of Officers Afc the meeting of the Armorel Baptist Women's Missionary union Monday Mrs. Weldon McCann was elected president for the coming year in the election of officers which was held. Other officers elected were Mrs. Henry Applegate, young Peoples leader; Mrs. N. C.'Patterson, Young Women's Auxiliary counselor; Rev Henry Applegate. Brotherhood director; Mrs. C- C. Elliott, Intermediate Girl's Auxiliary counselor; P. W. Garrison, Intermediate Royal Ambassador leader; Mrs. P. W. Garrison, Junior Girl's Auxiliary counselor; Preston Lawrence, Jr., Junior Royal Ambassador leaders and Mrs. Arch Beard and Mrs. Preston Lawrence^ Jr., .Sunbeam leaders. This meeeing was held at the home of the Rev. antl "Mrs. Applegate with 11 members and one new member, Mrs. Lawrence, Jr., present. Mrs. Garrison was in charge of the Royal Service program and was assisted by Mrs. Preston Lawrence, Sr., Mrs. Patterson on, Mrs. McCann, Mrs. Tom Dodson, Mrs. W. Leonard Smith and Mrs. Applegate. The group was dismissed by Mrs. Beard. Mrs. McCann Elected Leader OfWMUGimip A slate of officers for the school year, 1955-56, was presented yesterday afternoon at the Junior High Parent-Teacher Association meeting by Mrs. Johnny Marr, nominating committee chairman. Those officers presented were Mrs. E. J. Cure, president Mrs.; Rupert Crafton, vice - president; Mrs. Louis Smothermon, secretary; Mrs. John Arends, treasurer, and Mrs. H. H .Mathis, historian. Mrs. James Terry, president, opened the meeting with a prayer and the devotional was presented by Mrs. William H. Wyatt. The president's message was given by Mrs. Cure. Guest'speaker for the afternoon was Miss Rosa Hardy, who spoke on "Vocational Choice." Dan Reid Is President of Osceola PTA Dan Reid was elected president of the Osceola Parent-Teacher Association at a meeting of the or- ganisation in the elementary school last night. Other officers elected were Mrs. Fred Taylor, Jr., vice-president; Mrs. Carl Anderson, secretary and Mrs. Welby Young, treasurer. At Tbe Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. .C. H. Bryant, city. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Erma Neil Hubbard, Tuckerman. Mrs. Ami Com well, city, Draperies and Slip Covers StaNu Revives Draperies and Slip (Ws li tfi •mo tins how Sfo'Nu wiiorei lift and tdor to drcptriei ond dip coven Mofcti Ih«m hang and ftt b»H«r. Fabric* mill dirt, »po. tj wrinU« . . . drop«i« Ort rfp <or»re lait Jongirl IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER. OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN G. HARGETT, DECEASED NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT Last known address of the decedent: Blytheville. Arkansas. Date of death: September 29, 1953 An instrument dated April 12, 1950, was on the loth day of March, 1955, admitted to probate as the Last Will of the above named decedent and the undersigned has been appointed Executrix thereun- der. A contest of the probate of the Will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever bn rred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published March 16, 1955. EEULAH JOAN HARGETT, Executrix. ^ Taylor & Sudbury Borum Building Blytheville, Arkansas. 3/16-23 OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS *rWi our drydeanJng *»rvic«f Coll vt lodoyl c&w Cleaners 300 S. Division ' Ph. 3-4343 ti ChiUun'i SUn Look for the picture of Buster Brown and his dog, Tige, in each pair of shoes you get for your children. It's the sign of Buster Brown quality.,, famous for over 50 years. EC SON S Coming Events Wednesday NGW Club meeting with Mrs. Joe Mack Hester, 7:30 p. m. Blytheville Hairdressers Unit me- iting at Minnie's Beauty Shop. 7:30 ). m. Thursday YWA of Trinity Baptist church vith Mrs. Grace Caldwell. 7 p. m. Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League meets • at Hotel Noble. G.E.O. chib meeting with Mrs. Harold Davis. Ladies Fellowship of First Grace Church having potluck supper honoring secret pals at home of Mrs. Lewis Gonzales, 7:30 p.m. Friday Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meets in Fellowship Flail, 2:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Love Adams. Mrs. Annie Branson, Mrs. W. H. Heath and Mrs. Cord. Friday Contract Club, meeting with Mrs. Loy Welch. Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Oscar Fendler entertaining with luncheon at Fendler home for members : Friday Club. SATURDAY Cotillion Club meets at Hotel Noble. 9 p. m.' 46^ Points High in Bridge Game In the five-table Howell movement played last night by ' the Country Club Bridge League, Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. Russell Phillips won first place with 46',a points. Harry \V. Haines and Mrs. C. W. Afflick with 42',2 points won second place and third place was taken by Mrs. C. C. CounciJJe and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris who had 40 points. Mrs. Lenti, Mrs. Allen Guests of Club Mrs. John Lenti and Mrs. R. C. Allen were guests yesterday afternoon when Mrs. J. P. Montandon entertained the La Petite Club. The hostess used varied shades of spring flowers to decorate her home and served refreshments during the afternoon. Bridge winners were Mrs. Rupert 'rafton and Mrs. Nesil Gesell. Mrs. Charlie Lutes, Mrs. Walter Lutes and Mrs. Harry Lutes will return today from Chicago. They motored Mrs. Walter Beacham home Saturday. She had been visiting in Blytheville for the past several Weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C.. L. McWaters, Jr., and children have moved into their new home at 501 Hardin. Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie White announce the birth of a daughter, their first child, Monday at Chick- nsawba Hospital. The baby has been named Beth Ann. Mrs. White is the former Miss Katherlne Por- shee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Porshee. Pfc. and Mrs. Jimmy Sellers of Fort Bliss, Tex., are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sellers, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kennedy, here. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves and grandson, Ronnie, spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Louise Stracke and Mrs. Ross Moore are vacationing in Natchez, Miss., Mobile, Ala., and other points of interest along the Qulf Coast. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Richardson .nd daughter are making their home temporarily at 511 Main while their new home at 625 W. Main is undergoing interior decoration. Caruthersville News By SONNI SANDERS A tentative date of September 5 has been agreed on by Caruthersville teachers for the schools to resume sessions next fall. City Superintendent of Schools Delmar A. Cobble said the agreement was reached at a meeting of the teachers in the high school last Thursday and will be considered by the Board of Education. The Rotary, Club has bought a light meter with which teachers can check the amount of light in their classrooms, according to Cobble. The purpose of such a check is to find out if students are eye- strained bv insufficient lighting. The Caruthersville Chapter of the Order of DeMolay is scheduled to institute a new DeMolay chapter at Sikeston Saturday afternoon. Assisting the local chapter in the initiation of members of installation of officers will be the Campbell chapter. Caruthersville's DeMolay Chapter was instituted two years ago and last year the local chapter instituted the Campbell chapter. Verlan Davis has taken over as choir director at First Baptist Church. Davis, who was graduated from Caruthersville High School in 1946. is art instructor at the high school in Steele, He served in the Army and was graduated from Southeast Missouri State College at Cape Girardeau in 1950. He taught art. at the high school in Pattonville. Mo., for a year and was a member of the faculty at Wardell High School for three years. The Future Homemakers of America presented an assembly at the high school Friday morning. It showed the purposes of F.H.A. National Cotton Picking Contest o Be Publicized at Convention The Blytheville National Cotton Picking Contest will be further publicized in April when ,Mrs. Jack Owen, with the assistance of the Junior Chamber of Commerce and Chamber of Commerce, will prepare a booth at the state Beta Sigma Phi Convention in El Dorado, April 23-25. She was elected to represent Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at this convention at the mee- Ing of the chapter last night which was held In her home. Mrs. Harold Stockton read the roil call and minutes of the last meeting and Mrs. J. D. Davis was guest speaker and chose as her topic "Highest Degree of Beta Sigma Sororities Have Monthly Parties Here Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held it's monthly party in the Plantation Room of Hotel Noble last night. The room was decorated for the occasion with green and white for St. Patrick's Day and early spring flowers. Hostesses were Mrs. John De Mand and Mrs. R. W. Graves. In the bridge games, winners were Mrs. Dick Watson, high, and Mrs. Wallace Smith, second high. Canasta winners were Mrs. Howard Besharse. high, and Mrs. Alice Kelly, second high. Bridgo was won by Mrs. Billy Joe Gean. Guests of the group were Mrs Besharse, Mrs. John Prather, Mrs. Gean Mrs. Frank Hall and Glenna Barrett. Exempler Exempler Chapter met at the home of Miss Vera Goodrich for a business meeting and social. In the business session plans were completed for the Woman of the Year banquet and Founders Day Program. Mrs. Randal Hawfcs was elected Woman of the Year for this chapter. Mrs. Andy Moses won high in the canasta games and Mrs. Fred Steadman won high in the bridge games played during the social hour. Phi." An election of officers was held with Mrs. Dan McCaskill being elected president; Mrs. Stockton, vice- president ; Mrs. George Anderson, recording secretary; Mrs. Perry Darby, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Todd Harrison, treasurer, and Mrs. Roland Bishop and Mrs. Gene Boggs, city council representatives. Mrs. T. I. Seay and Mrs. Ray Hall were re-elected sponsors and director. In the social hour refreshments of pie and coffee were served by Mrs. Stockton and Mrs. Hall. Multicolored asters were used in the entertaining rooms of the Owen home. Tri-Town Club Entertained In Caudill Home The home of Mrs. O. G. Caudill was tlie meeting place yesterday for Tri-Town Club when Mrs. Gnr- rard Caudill of Manila was hostess. Guests of the club members were Mrs. Bob Warron, Mrs. Jack Hale. Mrs. James Ross of Memphis and Mrs. Caudill. Mrs. Newton Whltis and Mrs. Hale were the bridge winners. A dessert course was served and spring flowers were used to decorate the home. Marriage Licenses A. marriage license was issued to Hernm Priddy of Blytheville and Shirley Dornn of Steele in the office of the County Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker. Mrs. Higginson Wins High at Tuesday Club A dessert course preceded the bridge games yesterday when th« Tuesday Bridge Club played at U» home of Mrs. Riley B. Jones. Jonquils and other spring flowert were used throughout the Jones' home when Airs. W. C. Higglnsa* won high iu the games and M«. Charles Crigger won second high. CIBBridge^Tub Conducts Game In the bridge games played yesterday afternoon by the GIB Bridge Club at .the home of Mrs. Harold Nunn, winners were Mrs. Tom Little, Jr., high, Miss Jettye Clalr Huffman, second high, and Mr«. Mason Day, Jr., a guest, bridge. A dessert course preceded the games and spring flowers were used in the entertaining rooms. Tools can be hand-dipped in thin- i ned, fresh shellac to keep them j from rusting. by means of a comical version of a TV panel show. A hayride for 16 members of Key Club- and their dates took place Friday night and included a hot dog roast at Pemiscot Bayou. Accompanying them were two Kiwanians, A. C. Brooks and Childs Berry. The week of April 3 has been set for the spring revival at First Christian Church, according to the 'astor, John Sennett. High School Principal Edward Shelton spent. Thursday in Cape Girardeau where he attended a district meeting of principals of secondary schools. Among Memphis State College students home for the weekend were Joe Anders, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Anders, and Tom Smith, the son of Emerson Smith. Sorrily Unice was also home from Memphis State, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. TJnice. J. W. Figgins, a senior at Harding College in Searcy, Ark., spent the weekend here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Figgins. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reeves Jr. and daughter, Marianna, of Rogersville, Mo., spent the week end here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reeves Sr. Baby's First Picture Pictured above is Martha Lane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John N. Lane, 616 Pecan. If your baby Is under 4 months of age. Lee Bearden, Photography will photograph him (her* at absolutely no cost until April 1. You will be presented with a re-touched 3x5 portrait in a handsome folder. If you desire you may purchase additional pictures from this sitting. B« sure to inquire about our baby album plan. 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