The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 5, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 5, 1952
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FOUK BLYTHEVILLH (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor ewA Phone 4461 Drop-In ContinuesjBSP Chapter Has Pre-Nuptial Whirl Business Meetinq For Miss Crafton A drop-In yesterday afternoon at the Matt Monaghan home on West Ash Street continues the prn-nup- tial events planned for Miss Mary A business meeting Inst nlRht was the Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Signm Ph" Osceola Bible Class Meets in Morion Home OSCEOLA—Arrangements o.' Jonquils, spiroa and pourd plants dec- crated the home of Mrs. C. M. llor- WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1953 Gay Garrigan Named to Cotton Carnival as lady of the Realm' exchange! Mixer) Spring blooms marked the nuplial vows March 15 with Ens. If™"-* in which the chapter morn- G. A. Mines, Jr., of Norfolk, Va. I her.", were seated for the discussions Mrs. H. w. Wylle and Mrs. MOD-I I'd *>y chapter president. Mrs. Roll- i - - - - — nEhan were hostesses to the 36; «l I.ipscomh. Followinst the reports , l>a - st m " ntl1 «"d Mrs. J. G. Pender- euests who called from 4:30 till! of Mrs. Roy Lee Kliksey. record- ' """'• stewardship vice-president. ! ins secretary, and Mrs. ferry Dar-• ""l 50 " " r l f -'ly on tithing and sicw- ble class at ihe Baptist Church, tai^hl by Mrs. R. H. Jones. Mrs. Tom Spiers, membership vice-president, rei>oitJ7:i on the weekly visitation results during the Miss Gay Garrigan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. w. Oarrlgan, will represent Blytheville as Lady of the Realm in the Court of the Memphis Cotkm Carnival May 1.7-17. Announcement of her selection was made today by Mayor Dan H. BJodgctt and Mrs. Samuel P. N'or- r ' s - chairman of the Blythcville conunltte. for select,™ of the Lad£ of the- Realm for (Jlythevillo. The new "Lady niytheville" is a member of n family Jong prominent 5:30 p. m. to extend best wishes •••>! •-- ••»" ..n^. ii-iiy mu- to the honorce. joy. corresponding secretary, plans , «' p "shtj>. Mrs. C. W. Garrigan greeted the '--••-" guests and ushered them into the - '<' March. A report on the recent chapter visit to the Veterans Hospital Memphis closed the Spring floral twriccked entertaining rooms. For the occasion Miss Crafton received in a cocktail gown fashioned of black faille and fen luring a flashing rhinestone trim. She received with her mother,; The hostesses Mrs. Rupert Craflcn, and grand-; frefhmcms in tl mother. Mrs. T. P. Martin. Party foods and coffee were served from a refreshment tahle centered with a Spring bouquet of jonquils and tulips set in bridal wreath. Flickering mint green tapers burned at either side nnd Rosemary Monachal) and Dora Berntce Wylle presided at the services. Assisting in serving and entertaining were Miss Ann McDon aid and Miss Jane Wilson. The hostesses' gift to the hon oree was silver in her chosen pat. tern. in development ot Hlytheville and the cotton Industry. Her mother Is the former Miss Bonnie Lynn Gay, whose late fath- J. G. render-! cr ' n P- Gay. developed extensive stewardship vice-president.' 'and holdings and business interests after coming to Blytheville from Missouri. He formerly was were discussed for the annual'Wo-i The devotional was -ivon by Mrs i |lrcsltlcnl «t Fnrmors Bank anri man of the Year tea planned for ! Percy P. Herring Fnllo ; vine the bus- > Company, which lie helped 'inrss meeting and dinner. Mrs. | °^ nl! . lOT - ,; Mlss Onrripm's father Jones taught the lessen from the Trt , h"™ '?"", holdi "B 6 , Sunday .School Training Course] a " d lonB was nCM ot a local busi- busmess riis- i book. "From Joshua lo David." Mrs. Huth Swansey was a of the C|B.«J. Mrs. Horl'jn was as- sited in entertaining by her daughter. Miss Cora Hogan. pin j curious. The hostesses later served re- socinl hoU]- following the adjourning ritual. Mrs. Riley Jones Entertains Group Mrs. Rlley n. Jones yesterday entertained at her North "Hi»hwiy 61 home with a dessert bridge Legion Auxiliary Meets at Hut Mrs. M. A. Mitldleton, president, last night conducted the semimonthly business meeting of the American Leglcn Auxiliary at the Legion Hut. ArtvnncJng of colors by Mrs. Louis Zeller, sergeanl-fU-arms, followed by the pledge of atleginnce and prayer by chaplain, Mrs. Inez Gentry opened the session. Reports of officers were heard after 'which Mrs. Paul Mahon was named chairman of arrangements fcr the 33rd, birthday celebration of the American Legion planned for March 18. M_w. Robbie Nicrsthei- mer and Mrs. speck McGregor will assist Mrs. Mahon. "Child Welfare" was discussed by Mrs. Floyd Harabon to close the meeting o! the 13 members and two guests, Mrs. Louise Nolen and Mrs. O. S. Roll Is on. Refreshments In a St. Patrick's mottf were, served by Mrs. Middleton and Mrs. Ed Rice. Session Is Held 1 ' AtChurch byWMU The Womens Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist Church met Monday for the weekly session which was led by WMU president, Mrs. H. J. Fondren. Following officers' and committee reports the program, which was the first In the series of Season of Prayer studies was led by Mrs. Preston Thorn. Mrs. Fondren gave the devotional, "For This Cause" and program participants were Mrs. Mabel Lunsford, Mrs. Marie Thorn, Mrs. Henry McCain, Mrs. Maxlne Atkins and Mrs. Grace Cochran. Prayers by Mrs. Agnes Boyd and Mrs. Luclan Galnes closed the session. Osceola Club Meets; Hears Address, Elects Officers OSCEOLA—The Osicola Progrcs- sin Club met Tuesday for lunch- of the Tuesday Bridge Club and Mrs. G. S. Atkinson was the group's guest and for the occasion [ bouquets of Jonquils and spirea i marked the entertaining rooms. | Mrs. Atkinson look high score i honors In the bridge gnnlc. with I Mrs. C. Murray Smart winning sec-' ond high. ness firm. Miss Garrican Is the granddaughter of Mrs. B. P. Gay of nty- thcville niirl Mrs. M. F. Garrigan ami the late Mr. Garrigan of Union City, Tcnn., who also cn-iv cotton 911 the Garrigan farm there. After graduating from nlytlieville High .School, the new "Lady Blytheville" attended Lindenvrood College, St. Charles, Mo,, where she "'is a member of the College Tour Choir and International Club. Now a Junior at University of Arkansas, Faycttevlllc, she has been on the Dean's list and Is house manager ol Delta Delta' Delta social .sorority.' Last summer she served as camp counsellor of Camp fiolary, Mineral Wells, Texas, alter having attended Camp Ouachita near Little Kock a number of years. As the 1052 "Lady lilylhevllle" she will be a guest In a Memphis home durim? cotton Carnival Week, participating In all of the affairs of the carnival, Lady (jay will ride on the floats of the parades nnd attend the muny parties feting members at the Court. By serving as a Lady of the Realm she becomes a member of the Royal Court which annually enkirtai-is with an elaborate party for its members during Carnival Week. Miss GniTi«an succeeds Miss Barbara Monaghan, who last year represented Blytheville nt the Cotton Carnival, attended by member?! eon preceding the regular meeting. "'" ' "' 'Mrs. John White, who had charge of the program, introduced Judge Judge White spoke on legislation. Mrs. Madeline Campbell presented art awards to May Jue and nose The- club voted In sponsor a girl hi June Junior High PTA Meets at School The _ Junior High School Pnrcnt- Tcachdrs Afscclntlon yesterday met at the school for the monthly business and program session directed '-•• ?'•- ' '. '' cobli, president, in Executive Board mectlnc - --. uie Kcncrrtl session, ;vhlct] opened with a devotional by the .Tv. Hnrvcy Kltltl. Mrs. C. L. Mc- Wflters gave the president'. 1 ; messufjc and Mr.i. M. White discussed. "What PTA Should Mean to You," They were introducer! by Mrs. H. O. Blankenship. program chairman. In the soctal hour following Mrs. J. C. Walsh served as chairman of the hostess committee. Club Is Scene Of Bridge Game Mrs. Phillips Robinson yesterday was hostess to members of La Petite and one guest. Mrs. John Lentl when she entertained for nn afternoon of playlns bridge at the Country Club. Jonquils set in greenery centered the small tables nnd in the bridge game Mrs. p. E. Utley won high score and Mrs. NCR I Qcsell, second high. Mrs. Rupert Crafton took bridge honors. Church Executive Board Has Business Sessiori Plans were discussed for the meeting of the Presbyterial Apri! 17-18. Monday afternoon at the monthly session of the Executive Board of the Women of the First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. George Dillahimty opened the meeting of the 16 members at the church with a prayer followed by scripture reading by Mrs. Ross Stevens. It was announced that Good Friday services would be held with the "The Last Seven Words of Jesus." Rev. Harvey T. Kidd discussing Prayer adjourned the meeting. Mrs. Cal Gossett Hostess To Service Guild, Guests Mrs. Cal Gtfsett was at her Burdette home Monday nisiit to members of the First Methodist Church Wesleyan Service Guild and two guests. Mr*. Jchn D. Anderson and Mrs. Sally Hubler. Mrs. Vance Hnndersnn conducted the meeting and Miss Mary Hubler I gnve the devotional. The program. I "Workers Together with G-id.' w.if I led by Mrs. w. W. Akenhcad and i plans were marie for fending two ' delegates to the annual Guild «r?s- ] end convention in North Little Rock i March 22-23. A socia! hour followed. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c Al All Times LAST TiaiES TON1TE I'AL, NITKS Two Knr (he Trice of One Offto JANE POWEIL 2 Kec] Comedy & Cartoon Half Moon WSCS Has Program-Business The Half Moon Methodist Women's Society ot ChrLrtias Service last nizht met in the home ol Mrs. R. L. Hawkins for a program-business session. Mrs. Irvin Alexander and Mrs. Guy Brown met with the grraip as new members and the evening's program and devotional was lea" hv Mrs. W. R. Light loot. Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, M-r,. H. C. Bush. Mrs. Hawkins and Mrs. O. M. Mitchell participated in (he program, "Eaeh OHcred His BMt." Mrs. Mitchell directed the dlstuwions and foCo^Ins the adjournment Mrs. Hawkins served refreshments, TIICRS.-FRI. I'AL NITES 2 For tlie Price of One League. pla Club Duplicate •. , "• ~">'"it IJITJJU, Playing a six-table Howell move- historian; Mrs. V. G. Mann, par- -cnt. second place went to Mrs. S. eom, 1" M an V Mrs ' p °- Gw ^- E. Tune and Mrs. Frank Origsby consuler. Mrs. Gwyn Is retiring U iili Mrs. H. D. R-stcr and Mrs W president. Sixty members attended. I A. Affliek taking t^frd core' to attend the Egyptian Music Camp tn DeQuoin. 111. The following officers were elected for next year: Mrs. n. H. Jones, presi- dem; Mrs. David Laney, vice presi- . l Firsl Baptist YWA's Meel at the Churcli The Young Women's Association of the First Baptist Church met Monday night at the church for an Annie Armstrong home missions program led by Miss June Buchanan. Prayer by Miss Marine Overman opened the scs.ston lor the seven members and following the program. Miss Katherine VVcstbrook closed the session with a prayer. Sims, Afflick Top Scores For Duplicate League Mrs, H. C. Sims and Mrs. C. W. Florida, treasurer: Mrs. Ed Shippen, custodian; Mrs. Claude Lloyd, , . . !c | A!flick lnst nlghl j Mrs. Arthur Balm Has Class Social in Home Mrs. Arthur Bahn u-ai hostess M'intlay ni-ht at her home to seven members of the Friendship Class of tlie Firsl Baptist. Church for the monthly social. Prayer by Mrs. C. L. Evans and a devotional by Mrs. James Fisher preceded the evening's informal entertainment and games. Pic anrt coffee was served the Biiests. who were seated in entertaining room tt-hlch held Spring bouquets. Service Program Given For Circles, One Guest A Royal Service program last night was presented for members of Business Women's Circles Three and Four of Calvary Baptist Church anrt one guest, who met at the church. Mrs. F. A. Stanley was Miss Gay Garrtgan the circles' onlv guest and Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove conducted the evening's discussions. Prayer by Mrs. Jim Ross opened the program which icas led by Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Mrs. Ross gave the devotional and program participants were Mrs. Ellen Conley. Mrs. Henry Berry, Miss Lucinda Cole. Mrs. Lcland Hodge. Mrs. Darrell Lunsford and Mrs. Polserove. Mrs. Conley led the "adjourning prayer. Heart Courier News Classified Ads. <-%Mt THAT SET THE SCENE FOR AN EXCITING SPRING 7 » 301 W. MAIN — Phone 2522 the coat and suit you'll live in, ihis Spring! STZESS PRIN 01 itex in "CLAMOUR" Our wonderful fashion buys: Clothes that change personalities when you change, accessories ... to take you everywhere you're going, this Spring. Tailored wilh the finesse lhat has made PrinlzeM label famous for 59 years. E.vcelleol investment?, individually. An unbeatable team, logelhcr. \"'.\ 2 Reel Comedy & Cartoon The (pal: A 21-hwirn.J.ij FV.'Ttic. tonally snurt mor spTt-ctiMlic< .iTifJ Hfl1airtflrrcr'! „'(" ami handfOTr.r deep V 7/ic suit: The prettiest, tuf>M versatile suit c^er! In j Hiway cord, in black, oihor fa 1 c'ritc tnlots ^ N vA Carlyc's Si;imese Stripe gives this pleated skirt an oriental ring. The bodice is airy Salyna cloth with an asymmetrical closing. Carlye, St. Louis. Sizes 7 to 15. Lovely Gloves for Spring by Stetson HUCED FROM S1.9S to S:>.9,S Guest Attends Circle Meeting in Lowe" Home Airs. H. C. van Cleve was the only suest Monday night with the five members of the/Business Womens Circle of Trinity Baptist Church, who met In the home of Mrs. Murl Lcwe. Prayer by Mrs, Luana Everett preceded the Annie Armstrong Week Coming Events Wednesday Trinity Baptist YWA has 7-30 p.m. Week of Prayer program at the church. Thursday Circles one and Two ot Trinity Baptist Church have Week of Pray- program at the church at 2:30 p.m. High School and Junior High School PTAS have joint study course at. home economics cottage beginning at 7:30 p.m Euzclian Class of First Baptist Church had 7:30 p.m. meetin» at home of Mrs. w. R. Ocnnlng, 121 Northeast parkiray. Mrs. Lillian Frank and Miss Melba Pryor entertaining with 8pm bridge party at Pryor home on Chickasawba Avenue feting hride. elect. Miss Mary Sue Crafton Miss Jottye Claire Huffman hostess u, GEO Chib. TLE Club meets with Airs. Joe Neeley. La Nueve' entertained by Mrs. Lynn Hughes. Mrs. Alex Curtis hostess to Kibitzer club. 'Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs. Harry w. Haines. Duplicate Bridpe League plnVs at Hotel Noble at 7:30. Friday Trinity Baptist Circles One and Two continue Week of Prayer pro- ersm at th» church Rt 2:30 p.m. PEO Chapter "N" has '1 p.m. meeting at home of Mrs. R. H Kirby Mrs. Jack Webb hostess to La Finesse Club. Friday Contract club meets with Mrs. Loyd VVhlttaker. Saturday Informal dancing at Country Club .beginning at 9 p m Mrs. j. M. Walls and Mrs. Ralph Nichols entertaining Miss Mary Sue Craffon with morning party. Dessert bridge at Hotel Noble honoring Miss Mary Sue Crafton. Miss Jane Wilson and Miss Vivian Taylor hostesses. Set up your cupboard for convenience. The things you use most fr°. quently should be kept at the front of your shelves. of Prayer program. Miss Bernice Overman gave the devotional and a, season of prayer closed the session. A social hour followed. Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. 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