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FRIDAY APRIL 22, 1955 BLTTHEVttLE fARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE rmt - Society News - • Ann Mallnrv Society Editor * Phoi MiM Milli* Ann Maliory, Society Editor Phon* 8-4461 INGAGED — In a June ceremony Miss Kathryn Golding will become the bride of Raymond Edward Peeples of Bensenville, HI. Miss Golding is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oliver Golding of Pontotoc, Miss., and Mr. Peeples is the son of Mrs Wilbur Calvin Peeples, of Blytheville, and the late Mr. Peeples. (Photo by Mason's Studio) Miss Kathryn Golding to Wed Raymond Peeples in June Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oliver Golding, of Pontotoc, Miss., announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathryn, of Blytheville, to Raymond Edward Peeples, of Bensenville, 111., son of Mrs. Wilbur Calvin Peeples, of Blytheville, and the late Mr. Peeples. Miss Golding attended Pontotoc*- - — - High School and Blue Mountain College, where she was a member of the Modenian Society. For the past two years she has been employed as secretary of Calvary Bap tist Church and is now a membe of the faculty of Gosnell schools. Mr. Peeples attended Armorel High School and served three years in the armed forces. He is at present employed in Bensenville. The wedding will take place at Calvary Baptist Church on June 5 MrsMcCutchen i;Jim Roleson High Scorers at 4:00 p.m. Paul McDaniel Elected Head Of Brotherhood Paul !>'cDan!el was elected president of Beacon Baptist Church brotherhood last night when the organization met at the church. Mr. McDaniel succeeds Lawrence James who recently moved from Blytheville. Group singing under the direction of E. R. Pruitt opened the meeting followed with prayer by Mr. McDaniel. The Rev. J. J. Johnson gave the devotional, "Things Most Surely Believed Among Us.' Bob Coleman dismissed the group. Mrs. Davis New Member of Ladies Fellowship Mrs. Herman Davis became a new member of Ladies Fellowship of First Grace Church when the organization met at the home of Mrs. Emery Wright last night. Mrs. Nora Ellis was co-hostess. Thirteen members were present. The invocation was given by Mrs. Bob Petrovich, who also conducted the business session and dismissed the group. Mrs. Opal Fisher read a poem and the mission study was taught by Mrs. Lilly Mayes. Mrs. Scott Entertains . . Thursday Club Mrs. J. W. Rayder and Mrs. W. S. Johnston were guests yesterday when Thursday Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. P. E. Scott. Spring flowers were used in the entertaining rooms for the dessert- bridge. Mrs. Charles Alford and Mrs. Ray Hall won high scores in the games. GosnellWMU Conducts Meeting Fourteen members were present Tuesday night when Gosnell Women's Missionery Union met at the church. Mrs. Charlie Moody led the group in repeating the watchword and group singing was directed by Mrs. Ira Jones. Mrs. L. T. Karnes gave the devotional. Reports were made by committee chairmen and the benediction was given by Mrs. Virginia Hemphill. In the five table Howell movement played by the Duplicate Bridge League last night Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Jim Roleson took first place with a score of 41 ",4 points. Mrs. Audreanel Freeman and Mrs. Joe Ferguson won second place with 41'/.; points and third went to Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afllick who had a score of 40 points. ' Trinity Baptist Auxiliaries Have Mission Study Junior Girl's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church with five members and one new member, Martha Nell Hardy, met at the home of Mrs. Alvis Karris yesterday. Patricia Hardy presided at the meeting and Mrs. Harris taught the mission study and dismissed the group. Lottie Moon Young Women's Auxiliary met with Mrs. Howard Caldwell last night with 19 members and two visitors present. Repeating of the watchword followed with prayer by Barbara Sawyers opened the meeting. Patsy Henson gave the devotional. Geraidine Hinton taught the mission study and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham led the closing prayer. Mrs. Little Guest of GEOClub Members of GEO Club were entertained yesterday when Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe was nostess and had as her guest Mrs. Tom Little, Jr. Mrs. Johnson Blackwell won high Jn the games, Mrs. Frank Seay, second high, and Mrs, Joe McHaney, bridgo. A dessert course preceded the games. Party Foods Demonstration Given at Club A demonstration on party foods and how to serve them was given yesterday at the meeting of Flat Lake Home Demonstration Club. Ten members and one guest, Mrs. Eunice Henson, were present at the potluck luncheon which preceded the meeting. Mrs. C. M. Abbott presided over the business session with Mrs. Blanche Summers modeling an apron as the eye-opener. Roll call was answered with each member discussing problems of the home. The devotional was given by Mrs. Viola Morris and in the business session reports were made on .the dress revue at Yarbro and a discussion on gardening was conducted. Mrs. Dorothy Frances gave a talk on, "When the Family Entertains," and plans were made for a workshop to be held next Tuesday morning beginning at 9 a.m. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Henson, Mrs. Frances and Mrs. Garrett Abbott. Guests Present For Mid-Week Club Luncheon Mixed spring bouquets and small vases of lily-of-the-valley were used yesterday as centerpieces for the luncheon and bridge tables when Mrs. J. Louis Cherry entertained Mid-Week Club. Guests of the club were Mrs. Harry Neblett and Mrs. Austin Cotes of Helena and Mrs. J. E. Dicks, -Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mrs. George Pyles, Mrs. Gean Atkinson, Mrs. John 3. Cherry and Mrs: Doyle Henderson, all of Blytheville. Prizes went to Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Cherry in the bridge games and the hostess presented the out- of-town guests With gifts also. Armorel YWA Elects New President "Crowded Ways of Life," was the program presented last night when the Armorel Young Women's Auxiliary met at the church. An election of officers was held with Vivian Dodson elected president; Marjorie Beard, secretary and treasurer; Wilma Webb, program chairman; Barbara Jones, reporter; Ruth Ann Ashmore, community missions chairman, and Marjorie Simmons, social chairman. Those on program were the Misses Simmons, Dodson and Ashmore. Mrs. N. C. Patterson gave the closing prayer. Hubbard's Announces These New Lines . Famous Johnny Walker SHOES for MEN $9.95 up JOAN CURTIS Ladies Dresses 2.98 to 3.98 Complete Line ARLENE AIRESS Girls Dresses 2.98 to 3.98 Complete Line E. T. HUBBARD 112 K. M»ln Street Royal Service Program Given At WMU Meeting A Royal Service program was given yesterday when Clear Lake Women's Missionary Union met at the home of Mrs. Harold Ray with 11 members present. Mrs. Ray Haynes gave the open- Ing prayer and Mrs Haynes was in charge of the program, "On the Crowded Island." The devotional was given by Mrs. Billy Kemper. Those on program were Mrs. Cecil Mann, Mrs. Eldorn Phillips, Mrs. Haynes, Mrs. Rena Shepherd, Mrs. Viola Yarbro and Mrs. Bertie Worsley. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature -AND- A DahrmbU tttotlu Serial "Buffalo Bill" No. 11 Cartoon "Open House" SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature —AND— Mrs. Wils Davis of Memphis returned home yesterday afternoon after having spent the past few days here with her sister, Mrs. Virgil Green, who underwent surgery Wednesday morning «t Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tegethoff announce the birth of a daughter, Tuesday, at the Chickasawba Hospital. Their first child, the baby has been named Cynthia Ann. Mrs. Tegethoff is Uie former Dorothy Duck of Humboldt, Tenn. Faulkner Bill of Memphis will be the weeknd guest of Miss 'Keen Morris and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Mrs. Sue Trances has returned from Plantersville, Miss., where she visited her sister. Mrs. Roy Partlow, several days. Mrs. Lola Culbertson is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Charles Lancaster and daughter, Miss Dorothy Lancaster, and Mrs. 'John Carmer and daughter. Miss Connie Carmer, oi Dyersburg, Tenn., were the guests of .Miss Eunice Young yesterday. Mrs. Otto Bradberry is undergoing treatment at Chickasawba Hos> pltal. Mrs. Charles Graham -and Mrs. N. W. Kyle spent yesterday In Memphis. Miss Jean Campbell, student at the University of Mississippi, will spend the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell. Major Letshaw ol Washington, D. C., formerly stationed at Blytheville, visited friends here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oberheide of Cape Girardeau were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lipscomb Thursday. Condition of Norma Jean Kittany, a patient in Chickasawba Hospital, is reported to be improved. Mr. and Mrs. C. Murray Smart will spend the weekend in New Orleans visiting their son, Murray, Jr., a student at Tulane University there. They are going especially for parent's day at the university Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Smart will accompany Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Baker of Kennett, f ormer Blytheville residents, whose son, Larry, is also a student at Tulane. Condition of Steven Michael McKernan. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. McKernan, who underwent Music Students To Present Recital Here Mrs. Edith Stephen will present her music students in a recital Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at first Methodist church auditorium . The following students will appear in the probram. Sally Jo Elliott, Cecelia Henderson. Jeanne Ellen Hood, Emily Huffman, Carolyn Kldd, Anne Kins, Linda Marble. Anita Wroten Mc- waters. Margaret Wroten McWaters Byron Moore, Terry Rainwater, Lena Shatley, Elizabeth Steadman and Anne Newton White. Friends are invited. Pansies Used To Decorate Oldham Home Pansies were used yesterday for floral decorations when Mrs. Leonard Oldham was hostess to the La Nueve Club with a dessert-bridge. Mrs. Robert Pierce of Leachville, Mrs. Clarence Webb and Mrs. Spencer Alexander were guests of club members. Bridge winners were Mrs. Blan Heath, high, Mrs. N. O. Jerome, second high, and Mrs. Fierce, bridge. surgery at Baptist Hospital in Memphis yesterday, is reported to be satisfactory. M/Sgt. Ralph K. Parrar .and son, Dun, will arrive tomorrow for a visit with his aunt, Mrs. J. D. McDowell, and family. M/Sgt. Farrar is enroute to Lackland Air Force Base. Sun Antonio, Tex., where he will be stationed. F. E. Scott. R. A. Nelson and Jack Owen have returned from a fishing trip at Camden, Tenn. Mrs. T. M. Hooker and daughters, Nonna and Tommie Jean, of Memphis, Mrs. Mary Mlnton and son, Bill. Mrs. Eddie Shelton and Mrs. Alice Eatmon, all of Osceola. were guests of Mrs. J. D. Eatmon yesterday. Mrs. T. T. Shumake and son, Buppy, of Osceola were guests of Mrs. Fannie Alexander yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCaskill, Mrs. Jack Owen, Mrs. Randal Hawks, Mrs. Hay Harrison and Mrs. Jim Smothermon left this morning for El Dorado where they will attend the state Beta Sigma Phi convention. J. Cecil Lowe and Carl Wallace are on a fishing trip to Kentucky Lake. T. B. O'Keefe, who has been a patient in a Memphis hospital, is now home and reported to be slowly improving. Mrs. Melvin Halsell and Mrs. Chester Nabers were in Memphis yesterday to visit their father and husband. Chester Nabers, who Is In a hospjtal there and reported to be very much improved. Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard and sons, George, Bill and Ben, are spending the weekend at Norfork Lake. Mrs. Ralph Berryman, Mrs. Otis Shepherd and Miss Minnie Foster left today to attend the Kappa State convention of Delta Kappa Oamma which convenes at the Kibitzer Club Entertained at Country Club Mrs, Harry A. Halnes entertained Kibitzer Club at the Country Club yesterday along with three guests, Mrs. Bob Warren, Mrs. I. R. Coleman and Mrs. Charles Crlgger, m. Narcissi were used to center the tables for the dessert-bridge. Mrs. J. M. Williams and Mrs. Johnny White won high club score and Mrs. Warren won guest high. Coming Events FRIDAY LHE Club meeting with Mrs. Leon Davis, 7:30 p. m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Charley Doran. city Sam Rogers. Rt. 1, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. George Andrews. Marked Tree Mrs. Myrtle Wright, city Mrs, Thomas Tegethoff and baby city Mrs. Jess Medlln. 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