The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 6, 1955
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PAGE FOUK BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1955 - Society News - R Ann Mallorv. Societv Editor * Pho Miw Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phon* 3-4461 WOMAN" OF VEAR — Mrs. Frances Oammill, president of Beta Sigma Phi City Council, Is shown presenting a silver tray to Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, 1954 Woman of the Year. She received this award last night at the banquet given In her honor at Hotel Noble, which was attended by many Blythevllle citizens. Mrs. Utho Barnes was general chairman of the affair. (Courier News Photo) Mrs. Bradberry Becomes Member At Meeting of Eastside Garden Club Mrs. Otto Bradberry became a new member of Eastside Garden Club when the club met at the home of Mrs. Iverson Morris yesterday. Mrs. W. J. Rodgers was co-hostess. Mrs. B. A. Bugg, president opened the meeting by reading a poem which was followed with prayer by Mrs. W. D. Buchanan. Circle Six Has Charge of WSCS Program Circle Six was in charge of the program Monday wchn the First Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met at the church with 5 members present. Mrs. Jack Robinson was program leader and the devotional was given by Mrs. O. E. Knudsen. "United Church Women" wns the topic chosen by Mrs. James Terry, speaker for the afternoon. When Mrs. L. E. Old presided over the business session plans were made for the May Breakfast which will be held May 19. Mrs. Hugh Whltsitt, Mrs. George Roland Green and Mrs. H. C.-Campbell were appointed chairmen In charge of arrangements. Mrs. Hnrold Eggensperger led the dismissal prayer. MODEL — Miss Diane Caraway, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Caraway of Washing ton, D. C., and granddaughter of Mrs. W. M. La Forney of Blylhe ville, was a model at the Cherry Blossom Party in Washington, D. C. Models for this event were daughters of members of the Arkansas Congressional delegation. Mrs. W. S. Allen was program leader for the afternoon and spoke on poison sprays. Mrs. Bugg gave a talk and demonstration on Improving the soil and also on side triangles, which were the arrangements for the afternoon. Winners In the arrangements were Mrs. Charles M. Abbott, first, Mrs. W. O. Anderson, second, and Mrs. W. Leonard Smith, third. Judges were Mrs. Brfldberry and Mrs. Morris. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Maude Cassfdy and Mrs. C. W. Harrington. Mrs. Chamblin Winner in Six-Week Series In the six-week series which ended with n flvo-tnblc Howell movment nt Blyllievllle Country Hub last night., Mrs. W. D. Clmmblln with G5.1 percent was rls plnce winner, Mrs. C. C. Councille wns second )lace winner with a percentage of 01.0; Mrs. 8. 15. Tune won third jlace with 50.0 and fourth plnce winner wns Mrs. Russell Phillips, with n 58.1 percentage, Mrs. Tune nnd Mrs. F. E. Blnck vltli -tali points were top scorers in hist night's game; Hurry W, Ha lues nnd Mrs. .H C. Sims wore In second plnce with 44 l / a points nnd third plnce wns won by Mrs. Phillips nnd Mrs. Chnmblln, who hnd 43 points. Bits oi News IlloiUu At The Hospitals BlythcvlHo Hospital Dismissed: Rosclln Sanders, Dell Jftck Parker, city Mrs. P. H. Rnspbcrry, Rt. 3, city Mrs. Jmnes Wilkcrson nnd baby, Luxom Chiekrtsawba Hospital Dismissed: Floyd White, city Mrs. Johnny Lendennle, city Mrs. Charles Hicks, city Walla Hospital Dismissed'. Keith McDanlcl. Rt. 1, city Anthony Lovins, Cooler Mrs. Hercelia Cruz, Luxora Read Courier News Classified Ads Mrs. L. F. May, Mrs, Mftchel Sanford, Misses Shirley Falla anc Jackie Blackford have returned from Little Rock where they toolc state board examinations for cosmetologists. They were accompanied by Mrs, Lester Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. David Boren an nounce the birth of their second child, a daughter, yesterday morn- Ing ta ChickasawhtL Hospital, The baby, who has been named Amanda, Jean, has a brother, Michael. Mrs. Tom Martin ol Dell entered Memphis Baptist Hospital yester tlfty afternoon to undergo treatment. She was motored to Memphis by her daughter, Mrs. Rupert Cralton, who will remain with her for several days. Patty Pnrrls of Memphis, who spent Inst week here visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Scherer, was returned to her home Mondny by Mrs. Scherer. Miss Shirley King will arrive here tomorrow from Ha rrison to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher King, over the Easter holidays. Nnncy Damon will arrive home tomorrow from Missouri State Teachers College in Cape Girar- dcnu, to spend the holiday weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Dnmon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Townscnd spent the weekend In Charleston, Mo., visiting Mr. Townsend's mother, Mrs. Grace Townsend. Mr. nnd Mrs, Martin Friskfe and family of Benton Harbor, Mich., arrived Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. .Charles McDanlel and Mr, and Mrs. Buford Cooley for several days. Bobby Orsburn, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Orsburn, and student at the University of Mississippi, wns among those presented to the general assembly of students and faculty at the university Wednesday morning when the outstanding students were presented in a Joint Tap-Dny ceremony sponsored by Omlcron Delta Kappa and Mortar Bonrd, Bobby was tapped by Rho Chi, national honorary phnrmncy society. Mr. Orsburn will arrive home Friday to visit his parents before leaving Sunday for Detroit nnd Knlnmazoo, Mich., and Chicago, III., to tour several pharmaceutical companies. Miss Sue Orsburn will arrive home from Arkansas State College to visit her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, C. R. Orsburn. Linda nose Alken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Holland Aiken, will return home today from Kennett where she lias been visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hmnrn. Seaman Vernon Rny Aiken will arrive- In Memphis by plane Friday evening from Orent Lake Naval Training Center, 111. He will be met in Memphis by his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Holland Alken. From here he will report to Boston, Mass,, where, he will go aboard the USS Columbus 74, for six months' cruiser duty on the Enst, const. Mrs. Claude Kolwyr.k is n patient in Chlcknsawba Hospital. She is in Room C-3. GosnellWMS Presents Program On China A Roy n I Service program on China was presented last night when the Women's Missionary Society of Qosnell Bftptlst Church met at the church with 13 members and two visitors present. The church wns decorated with Chinese scenes and JMe women who took parts on the program wore Chinese ktmonns. Mrs. Roy McKay presided over the Hireling nnd also led the group In repeating the wntchword, Mrs. Ira Jones led sroup singing nnd Mrs. Guy Gean gave the devotional. A historical background on China was given by Mrs. George Reppond and those presenting the pro-., gram were Mrs. Charlie Moody, Mrs. Clarence Geftii, Mrs. Clmrles Burn, Mrs. R. L. Maxwell. Mrs. Tom Grimes. Mrs. Gene Schultz HONORABLE MENTION James Thieme, son of Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Thlcme of Manila, was an r honorable mention winner in last year's oonteat Second Annual Childrens Portrait Contest Now Going On! It costs you absolutely nothing to enter your child in this contest! DIAL 3-8666 for information & appointments -EE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY/ CHILD ART STUDIO Miss Elizabeth Brister Sweepstakes Winner in4-H,HDCEasterRevue Miss Elizabeth Brister of Varbro was sweepstakes winner in the North Mississippi County 4-H and Home Demonstration Clubs prc-Easter fashion show and tea held at Yarbro School Saturday afternoon. Miss Judy Edwards uu first place winner In the 13 years «nd under division. Blue ribbon* winners In the 14 years and over dlvlilon were MUw Brister, Gellde. Johnson, Leach- villc; Martha Hart, Number Nine; Jcanette Bolln, Oosnell; Rebecca Cassidy, Armorel; Dorothy Willlng- Uam, Blytevllle; Nell Gordon, Oo»- nell; CJIenda Sue Southern, Lost Cane, and Donu Lancaster, Leach- vllle. . Blue ribbon winners In the home demonstration club* were Mn. Violet Hannl, LeachvlUe; Mrs. Gene M c O u I r e, Yarbro; Mrs, Mavy Scrape, Dogwood; Mri. Bob Shipley, Leachvllle; Mrs. Thurman, Ijeachvllle; Mrs. o. T, Gracy, Yarbro; Mrs. Bob Veach, Lost Cane; Mrs. J. R. Dobb«, lost Cane. Mrs. Helen Baxley, Palrvlew; Mrs. Leonard Smith, Armorel; Mrs. Ira Koonce, Dogwood; Mrs. Glen Alexander, Lone Oak; Mrss G. p. Horner, Lost Cane; Mrs. Otis Serratt, Dogwood; Mrs, James Rogers, Blackwater, and Mrs. E. E. Wilson, Leachvllle. A background for the revue depicted a garden, with spring flowers, greenery and garden furniture Miss Elizabeth Krister Mrs. Webb Honored With Layette Shower Sixty-one guests last night when a were present ayette shower was given by Dogwood Club House for Mrs. Clyde Webb. Hostesses were Mrs. P. S. Parker, Mrs. Charlie Lutes, Mrs. Bill Cable nd Mrs. Ira Koonce. These women presented the honoree with a corsage of orchid mums. Mrs. Jim Burks directed the games which wore won by Mrs. Clyde Webb, Mvs. Jerry Scrape and Mrs, Don Whitney. The table were the gifts were displayed wns overlaid with a lace cloth and decorated In pink and blue colors with an nbalca centering the table. An Eiister tncme was used in the decoration of the refreshment table and arrangements of spring flowers were placed about the club liouse. WMU Rally To Be Held At Trinity An nssoclatioiinl rally of Women's Missionary Union of Baptist Churches in this area will be held Friday at Trinity Bnptist Church cfilnniHB at 10 a.m. Mrs. Hnrold White, Mrs. Charles Rny Newcomb, Mrs. Darrell Lunsford nnd Mrs. R. H. Jones will direct the conferences which will be held at 10;3Q a.m. The message will be delivered by .he Rev. Jnmes Rlherd nnd gur-st ppnker for. the tiny will be Drexel Toland of Memphis. ind Mrs. Jones, Mrs. McMurrny dismissed the ;roup and refreshments were lerveri by Mrs. Clnrcnce Gean ind Mrs. SchultK. being used. Judges for the event were Mrs. Helen Carr, Mrs. B. A. Bugg, Mrs. Koonce, Mrs. P. B. Jarrett, Mrs. R. A. Copeland and Mrs. Lee Stiles. Those in charge of registration were Mrs. H. A. Webster, Mrs. Jarrett, Mrs. J. D, Hemby and Mrs. Forrest Moore. Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Oracy, Mrs. McGuire, Mrs. Jlmmie Baughman, Mrs. Walter Barnes, Mrs. Paul Abbott nnd Mrs. Elza Wheeler were In charge of arrangements for the tea. Coming Events WEDNESD. I Lutheran Women's Guild meet- Ml» Elizabeth Cox Miss Cox Engaged to David Bullard Mr. and Mrs. George Cox today are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Elizabeth, to David BuJ- lard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bullard. The bride-elect is a graduate of Blyhteville High School where she participated in extra-curricular activities. Mr. Bullard is a graduate of Gideon High School and servec three years with the United States Army In Germany in the intelligence division. He graduated from leader's school at Fort Belvolr, Va He is now employed at Centra, Metal Products, where he is in charge of shipping and receiving production. 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