TAGE FOUR BVfTHEVn,LE (ARK.) COtmiER NEWS, Phone 4461 Martha Nichols Carrie Sue Htiyncs Club Queen, Campus Sweetheart, Named at Biythev'die High Schooi Two outstanding senior girls at Biythcvllle High were honored last. week tt'h^n the I?ed Kairoo Club chose a queen to reign at the club's annual banquet, and the same group and the high school paper, "The Cbickasaw," named Carrie Sue Haynes campus sweetheart. Miss Martha Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Nichols of Blytheville, will be crowned queen of the lied Razoos by President Jerry Halsell at the club's annual banquet at the Hotel Noble March 1. Head cheerleader for the high school, -Miss Nichols Is treasurer of both the Red Pepper Clttb and the girls glee'club, and Is nlso a member of the choir, the Beta Club and the Masque and Gavel Society. She .is a member of First Chris- Han Church here where she sings in the choir,"und Is also president of the Northeast .District Christian Youth Fellowship. Lost summer. Miss Nichols was n delegate to Girls State at Little Rock. At the crowning' ceremonies she wttl -be attended by maids Sally Trieschmann, Sandra Long, Merry Nell Lane nnd Oallya Etilwcll who wiU be escorted by Jimmie Ciilbert- aon, Pat Smothermon, Bob McFnr- Mcd and Ben Young. Meanwhile, Miss Carrie Sue Baynes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. *im Allen Hsyncs of Clonr Lake. IMS named campus sweetheart in • "Who's Who" contest. At BUS, *e is a member of the Garden Ciu»>. Miss Haynes Is a member of /ftw Baptist Church nt Clear Lake. Both -M!ss Nichols mid Miss Baynes are candidates for the honor of "senior queen" which will not be announced until the week before the activities of the annual senior night get underway. In addition to Miss Haynes, 23 other students at the high school were honored in the "Who's Who" poll. Six students iccclving recognition- for unusual contributions to school life were Larry Uaker, Jim- mle Ciilbertson. Albert Fnlrfleld, Jerry Hnlscil, Bonnie Nell McCor- mlck. nnd Sally Triesuhmann. Other sujwrlntlvrs listed in rt recent Issue of "The Chickasaw" were ns follows: Most school spirited—Martha Nichols nnd Jerry Halsell. Most likely to succeed—Albert Full-Held nnd Bonnie Nell McCor- mlck. Most studious—Bonnie Nell McCormick nnd Albert Falrflcld, Best personality—Sully Trieschmann and Larry Baker. Most active—Alcne Wimborly and Billy Fny Graham (ticj and Albert Fnlrfleld. Prettiest girl—Carrie Sue Haynes. Best looking boy—Donald Gentry. Best dressed—Peggy SUvlllngs and Larry Baker. Most popular—Martha Nichols and L.Trr.y Baker. Most talented—Fr.nncj}6 Slnylon and JTC Lynn Vowell. Friendliest — Sally Trieschmann anri Larry Baker. Cutest couple—Bonn Id Gentry and Joann Earls. Most sophisticated—Tommy Harrison iinrt Jane Wilson. Best ntbleHM-Jean Phillips and Montroe Holland. Best dancer—Sally Trieschmann nnd Johnny O'Brien. Bits of News Seaman First Class Kenny Mc- Canles-s arrived yesterday to spend 30 days here with his mother, Mrs. Irene White. Seaman McCanlcss arrived Sunday from two years duty in Korean waters abonrd the USS Helena. Upon his return he will bo assigned to overseas shore duty for two years. Lowell Marr, Jr., Is reported in a Improved condition at his home where he has been confined lor the past three weeks, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hilly riay visited friettds and relatives in Tennessee Sunday. Condition of J. p. Allison, who Is ill nt his home on West Walnut is reported as unchanged. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nelson Cookston and daughter, Nell Sue. spent the weekend in Dycrsburg, with relatives. Airman Charles Prichard, who Is curving at Minimum with the Navy wns Ihe n-eckrnd gucs of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Acie Prich- nrd. Mrs. Zella Huqhcs, Mrs. Florence Hughes, Mrs. J. T. Wnlkcr. Mrs. George Perry, Mrs. R. L. Adkisson of Huffman and Mrs. Bob Huoy of Blytevlllc spent yesterday in Cii- ruthersvllle with Mrs. Charley Cecil, who. Is 111. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Moore announce the birth of a daughter Feb. 7 nt their home on North Highway 61. She has been named Sharon Gall. Mrs. M. McGruder, Guest With Baptist Group Mrs. Mary McGruder wris the only guest with the .seven members of the Business Women's Circle of Trinity Baptist Church, who last, night inct at the home of Mrs. Lan- nn Everett. Repenting of the watchword and prayer by Mrs. R. W. Woo ten opened the session. Following the brief business discussion the evening's program was highlighted with a review of the book. "Prophet of Little Cain Creek" given by Mrs. Charles Ad- ims. Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Idell Lowe led prayers to adjourn the session ifter which the hostess served refreshments. Quarterly YWA County Meeting Held at First Baptist Church The quarterly meeting of the Young Womens Association of the Baptist Churches of Mississippi County lost night was held nt the First Baptist Church In Blythevllle and was highlighted with a discussion by Miss Ingy Wider of Brazil, a student ot Southern Baptist College nt Walnut Ridge. The 06 guests were received In the church dining rooni where refreshments were served in a setting of hearts and spring flowers. Receiving the guests were Miss June Buchanan, YWA president, Mrs. Albert Enderlin nnd Mrs. Roy Favorite In Half Sizes Miss Ciirolyn Lynch of Wilson dls cussed "Hs.irt to Heart" which wa followed by the reports pi YWA of fleers. Flmis for the year were dis cussed by the croup. i,i*o.> *«ini(; ivuniii ui uaceoia it In group singing after which tr Calvary Baptist YWA presenter! th playlet. "Hearts Peek Through tl Window." Deltonian Chapter Will Have Meeting Tomorrow im Deltonian Chapter ol the Delphian Society will meet in the morning at the Hotel Noble for the semi-monthly discussion session. The chapter formerly met the first and -third Wednesday of each month*Siit"the meeting dnto lias been ehan^sd to Hie second and fourth Wednesday of the month. The sessions begin nt 10 a.m. Brazil lo do mission work. Prayer by Mrs. Clyde Webb, ns.- sociatlonal leader, closed the mcet- ins- TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, Luxora FFA Names Chapter Queen LUXOBA-Miss Diane Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stevens, was chosen sweetheart of the Luxora Federation Chapter of the Future Farmers of America, it was announced here today by Leroy Brownlee, Chapter advisor. Miss Stevens, a Luxora High School s o p h o- more, will compete for the title of Delta Federation Sweetheart. Diane Stevens comprising Mississippi County PFA chapters, in a contest to be held in the Luxora School Auditorium April 3. Candidates will be judged on their individual talents in addition to appearance. The winner of this con- Program-Business Sessions Held by Church Groups Members of the Christian Wo- rnens fellowship of (he First Christian Church met in groups yesterday for program nnd business discussions. Fourteen member; and one guest of the Love Group met at the home of Mrs. Jchn Burnett. Mrs. Jame-s Rainwater was the only guest for the session which opened with the repenting of the Lord's Prayer. Following the business discussions Slr.s. Ben Henderson led the program "What About My Brother?" in which Mrs. Jce P. Pride, Jr., Mrs. Cecil Lowe. Miss Jessie Srite, Mrs. C. L. Moore and Mrs. Joseph w. McHaney took part. Following the acceptance of the offering and missionary benediction. Mrs. Rainwater adjourned the meeting with prayer. Mrs. L-. L. Ward was hostess at her Main Street home to 13 members and two musts of the Faith Group. Mrs. Rupert Crafton and Miss Sue Crafton were the groups' guests and Mrs. Eric Whit ley was director for the South American history program following. The missionary benediction adjourned the meeting. Mrs. Jimmy Lee Brooks of Uiw- ton. Okla.. who is visiting here, and Mrs. James Rainwater yesterday were guests with the nine members of the Hope Group, who met at the home of Mrs. John McHaney. Mrs. George Bnrham led in the opening prayer and the program, "Disciples of Christ in Latin America" was directed by Mrs. Rainwater. The worship service. "Have Paith in God" was led by Mrs. R. M. Beck. The group presented the playlet of a Latin American businessman and his reception anri treatment of of two American salesmen, one too progressive and the other polite and considerate. The remainder of the afternoon was spent In addressing Valentines to group members who are ill. Social hours followed each nd- jo'.trnmenet and refreshments were served by the hostesses. Garden Club To Hear Freeman Robinson • Freeman Robinson, vocational agriculture instructor at the high school, tonight will discuss. "Soil Needs add Problems of Flower Culture" at the monthly meeting of the East Side Garden Clllb. The session will be held at Lake Street Methodist Church and will begin at 7:30 p.m. The discussion meeting is open to the public. lest B-ill participate In (he District Sweetheart competition to be held In Jonesboro April 18. Calvary Baptist Circles Meet in Various Homes Circles of the Womens Missionary Ifnlon of Calvary Baptist Church yesterday met In homes of the members. Mrs. Fate Bratton was hostess to Circle One for a Bible study, which was opened with prayer by Mrs. H. J. Fondren. Mrs. Grace Corkran met as a new member with the group and following the business session, which was directed by Mrs. Henry McCain, Mrs. Porter Miller led the Bible study which she closed with prayer. Prayer by Mrs. Luclan Gaines opened the session of Circle Two which was held at the home of Mrs. Daryl Lunsforri. A Bibles tudy directed by Mrs. Lunslord followed the brief business discussions. Mrs. R. E. Smothers led the adjourning- prayer. "Our Asia" was the circle program led by Mrs. A. D. Priest for Circle Five which was entertained at the home of Mrs. A. D. Priest. Prayer by Mrs. Evie Gean opened the session and the afternoon's devotional was given by Mrs. A. D, Priest, Following group singing, Mrs. Jack Vowell. Mrs. Mike Elch- ey, Mrs. T, C. Hopper and Mrs. Roland Davis participated on the Trinity Baptist Circles Have Study Sess'ions Circles One and Two of the Wo- mens Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church yesterday met for study lessons. Mrs. Clarence McDermott was hostess to seven members and one guest, Mrs. A. J. Smart, of Circle One. Prayer by Mrs. Frank Swayers preceded the mission study which was led by Mrs. Kathcrlne Campbell. Mrs. Peggy Buchanan led In the adjourning prayer. Six new members and two guests last night met with 11 members of Circle Two. which was entertained at the home of Mrs. H. H. Barnctt. Mrs. Bert Ross is circle chairman and the session was opened with a devotional by Mrs. Burnett followed with prayer by Mrs. Herman Adnir. New members introduced were Mrs. Emery Francis. Mrs. H. C. Turner, Mrs. C. W. Forrest, Mrs. David Jones, .Mrs. Oimther Murff and Mrs. Max Koonce. Guests were Mrs. Mary Edwards and Mrs.' George Wilks. Following the lesson study led by Mrs. R. W. Woolen, the meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. M. A. Kenwrlght. 65 Attend Meeting At Baptist Church Sixty-five nienilwrs of the First Baptis tchurch Womens Missionary program. Prayer by Mrs. Davis j Union yesterday met at the church closed the meeting. Mrs. Larry Byrum was hostess to Circle Six. Mrs. Newt Short met as a nev,' member and the session opened with prayer by Mrs, Charles Llpford. Mrs, Tom Smalley presented the devotional and taking part In the program discussions were Mrs. Onic Peeples, Mrs. Boyd K. Tittle, and Mrs. Byrum. Prayer by Al Jones adjourned the session. Social missal. hour followed each dis- Methodist Circles Have Session at Church Mrs. J. W. Maloney and Mrs. George Stilwell yesterday were hostesses to Circles One and Two of Lake Street Methodist womcns Society of Christian Service who met, at the church. Prayer by Mrs. Henderson Hall, a guest preceded the business discussion directed by WSCG pi evident, Mrs. Billy Klne. It was announced that Circle Two would be disbanded and the WSCS group would become one circle to meet each Monday night- Mrs. Stilwell reported on the Prayer Retreat held last Wednesday in Wilson, which she and several Lake Street Methodist Church members attended. Mrs. L. T. wood led the program, "Let Courage Rise With Danger" which opened with scripture reading by Mrs. J. W. Mnloney, Mrs. King and Mrs. Stilwell. Program participants were Mrs. Don LuU, Mrs. C. T. Shamlin and Mrs. George McGhehey. Prayer by Mrs, w. L. Green adjourned the discussions. A dessert course and iced drinks later were served by the hostesses. for a 1 p, m. luncheon followed by I the service program "Minister of Prayer," for which Mrs: Darryl Swaner was leader. Prayer by Mrs. Alvln Huffman opened the session and. following luncheon Mrs. Ted King directed the business discussions. Mrs. Kin? presented the discussion, "Teach Us to Pray" followed by a solo by Mrs. Worth Holder. A playlet. "Prayer in the House" was given by Mr. and Mrs. Swaner. who were assisted by Judy Ridings and Gail Edwards. A devotional by Mrs. Swaner preceded a prayer by Mr. Swaner. Testimonies of six missionary women were given by Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Mrs. Carl Tale, Mrs. Claude Rowland. Mrs. B. C. Mc- Nies, Mrs. E. C. Brown and Mrs. W. M. Lewis. "Seven Arguments to Prayer" was given by Mrs. E. E. Stevens. Prayer by Mrs. H. K. Brooks closed the meeting. Coining Events Tuesday Eastern Star has 3 p, m. meeting at Masonic Temple, Joint PTAs Founder's Day program at high school at 7:30 p. m., followed tay bake sale, which will be (sponsored by senior high school PTA. Country club Duplicate Bridge League meets at 7:15 p. m. East Side Garden Club meets at Lake Street Methodist Church at 7:30 |i. m. Mrs. B. A. Biigg, program chairman and Mrs. George McGhehey, hostess. Wednesday Chapter "D" of PEG has t pjn. luncheon at home of Mrs. w. Marion Williams, with Mrs. Walker Baker, co-hostess, Pre-miptla! events begin for Miss Mary Sue Cralton, bride-elect or Ensign G. A. Mines. Jr., when Mrs. P. E. Utley, Mrs. J. E. Beasley. and Mrs. Frank WMtworth entertain with a bridge-luncheon. Delphian Society has 10 a. m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Promised Land Methodist WSC5 has 7 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Leon Wllscn. CIB Club meets with Miss Betty Black. Mrs. H. G. Partlow hostess to Club Eight. Mrs. Harry Kirby hostess to Wednesday club. Thursday Mary Martha Class of First Baptist Church has ^ p.m. meeting at home of Mrs. w. J. Rogers. Mrs. C. L. Crouch and Mrs. E. P, Coats, co- Mrs. H. H. Houc-hins hostess to Midweek Club. Bridal events continue for Miss Mcry Sue Crafton \vith tea at Womans Club from 4 till 5:30 p in Mrs. - - - At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Billie Carol Haney. City Mrs. Kenneth Collier and twins. City A. J. Rhodes. City Mrs. L. D. Daniels and baby. City! Mrs. Raymond Doyl and baby, City Herman Adair, City Mrs. J..M. Stinson and baby. Dell Mrs. Mabel Jeter, Portageville Mrs. Bill Brown and baby. City T. Wade Jcfteries. Mrs. Adolph Heinicke, Mrs. Rosco CraJ- ton and Mrs. Jim Crafton. hostesses. ' Bupiicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p. m. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. Leon Scherer. Mrs. Henry Humphreys hostess to Thursday Contract Club. TLE Club meets with Mrs. w. J Cupples. FrJdaj- PEO Chapter "M" has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at home of Mrs. W. L. Homer. Mrs. G. O. Poetz hostess to Friday Contract Club. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church has 2:30 p. ni. business-social meeting at the church. Mrs, Frank Webb, Mrs. John Waiden. Mrs. Sally Hubler and Mrs. Hattie Hunter, hostesses. Mrs. Harvey Dorris entertaining TAPS—Sgt. Alexander W. Ciemny is healing it out of the Army. The five-foot-lall, Polish- born veteran, a bandsman for the 10th Infantry Division at Ft. Riley, Kan.,,is being retired after 32 years, seven months and 16 days of bugling and drumming for Uncle Sam. Stitch and Chatter Club. Saturrtay Cotillion Club has "9 p. m. dancs at Hotel Noble. Mr..and Mrs. F. E. Utley, Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vales, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitley and Dr. and Mrs. J. F^ Beasley, hosts and hostesses. ^^ Mrs. F. G. Ri=cttel and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr.. entertaining with luncheon feting bride-elect Miss Mary Sue Crafton. 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