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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1952 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Ann Robinson's Betrothal Is Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson an- TROTH TOLD —Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson announce the nounce the engagement and approaching marring* of their daughter, Margaret Ann, to Winfred Miller, son of Mrs. Marvin Lutz. Both are graduates ol Biythevilie High School. Miss Robinson attend- ««„,«„* nf ed Sienna College in Memphis, and engagement Ol Mr. Miller was a student at. Missis- their daughter eipDi Southern in Haftlesburg, Margaret Aim She is now employed at Ihe J. C. Penney Company and he Is associated with MfdSouth Distributing Company. A mid-summer wedding is planned. Martha Simpson Is Married In Easter Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. R L. Simpson announce the marriage of thefr daughter, Martha Sue to Donald Joe William. 1 ?, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Williams of Holly Grove, Ark. The single ring ceremony was solemnized Sunday afternoon in the Full Gospel Tabernacle with the Rev. G. T. Owens officiating. For her marriage. Mrs. Williams chose a pink organdy afternoon gown featuring a rolled collar with a fitted bodice and full skirt. A small pink hat and other accessories in black, completed Hie bride's attire. Al her, shoulder, she 'pinned a corsage of pink carnations. Only members of the immediate families were !n attendance. Both attended Biythevilie High School. After a southern wedding trip, they will be at home In Rio Honta, Texas, to Winfred Miller. lie ia the son of Mrs. Marvin Lutz. Midsummer 1 nuptials nro planned. Organizational Meetings Are Held By Women of Presbyterian Church Bridal Events Continue For Former Resident Miss Vcrim Marie McKown of North Little Hfick. former Hiirdctte faculty member who was a weekend guest In Biythevilie. was honored at several pre-nuptlal events Miss McKown will be married this nimmer to David A. Maxwell Pottsville. Saturday night a dinner party In an entertaining room of the Razorback honored the bride-elect and her mother, Mrs. H. L. McKown, who also wns a weekend visitor her*. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Autry of Burdette were host and hostess for the occasion. Spring blooms topped ttie tabte at which the guests were wated. Later\ In the evening. Miss Ruth Lee nnd Mrs. J. L. Nabers entertained two tables of canasta guests •t the Nabers home on Main Street. Tulips, Easter lilies and assorted pastel tone blooms provided the floral Betting nnd following I h e games, the hostesses presented a gift of crystal to the bride-elect. For the occasion, Miss McKown selected a black and white nylon gown. Both Miss McKown and Mrs McKown were presented corsages of white carnations from their hostesses. Organizational meetings ye^t.er-i day were conducted by ^Vcmcn of I the First Presbyterian Church In! circle meetings held In homes abnut the city. Mrs. Edgar P. Borum was ho-.tes.s l/i 19 members ol Circle One, v 1th Mrs. C. M. Gray, co-hostess. Mrs. Bonim, who Ls circle chairman announced the appointments of circle chairman announced ^thc appointments ol circle officers, with Mrs. Neal Gcsell t/) serve as secretary. Mre. C. C. Councllle. treasurer and Mrs. Harvey T. Kldd. Bible study leader. Mrs. Harvey T. Kicld. Sr.. of Memphis and Mrs. Raymond Fowler of St. Louis were introduced as guests. Mrs. T. O. Hucy spoke on "Christian Education" anrt "Stewardship" was discussed by Mr.*, P. B.- Joyner. Prayers were, offered during the afternoon by Mrs. Gray. Mrs. Kidd, Sr.. and Mrs. Borum The hostess served an iced course. Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. S. E. Time, with Mrs. J. F. | McCalln as co-hostess Mrs Monroe :rain, circle chairman, conducted he business session of the 11 mem ierH Mrs, Tune gave the. Bible stu Buffet Supper Honors Visitors Ten guests attended the buffc supper party Saturday night at (-h T. A, Folder home honoring Mr and Mrs. Lee Ivy and Mr. and Mrs H. A, Harris of Jonesboro- The couples were the week eru guests of their host and hostes and follonlne the supper party, the' guests attended the monthly danre' of the Variety Club at the Jaycee j Club. " ' Mrs, Louise Noien and her mother Mrs. T, L. Halle, have returned 'rom a week's visit with their nephew and grandson, Tom Hob day, and family In St. l.nuis, Miss Olera Therrell of Grenada, Miss., and MLis Anne Mullins of Memphhs pent the Easter holidays with Miss Therrcll's parents, Mr, and Mrs. H, L, Kpence. Bob McDaniel and his Riiest, Dil! Who's Who Conducted at Dell School; Carol Ann Ladner Named Miss FHA The Future Homcmakers of America ot Dull High School held their annual who's Who contest yesterdny rmmins Carol Ann Lad- lirr. Miss FHA of Dell Hi!?h. Mildred Ho>.kins ' placet! prcond and Margaret Whistle third. Others who wnu first place honors were Mrtrc.irel Whistle, prettiest; Vra Jirinkley, cutest: Pe??y nlair. wittiest; Carolyn lirinkley, most talented; Anice Blair, best conk; Donna Simmons, most popular and best all around; Mildred Brent, most likely to be a home Mondy. both student* at Drurvj pfonom * ra (rncher: Donna Sim ' I In.'t ' 1T10n -^ »' College, Rpriiiirfellri, Mo., loft night for school affrr having bccn the Raster holiday guests of Mr. McDnnjcl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDamel. Mr. and Mrs. U, K Branson. Jr., have returned to their Dallas, Tex., affrr bavins? br-en the Easter holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs, U. Brnnr-on. They came especially to be with their gran rim other, Mrs. W. R. P^illerton, who is reported critically ill. Harold HoberUon has returned to North Texas Slat* College, where he IB a student after having been the holiday week end guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robertson, Mrs, R. H, Kirbv rrhirnrri today from Memphis Baptist Hospital whcr-r she had boon t nthlfite and best person* ;nllty; Ofa Ray Twpcdle, most like ly to be n housewife; Maurer-n Dnbbs, most hkrly to succeed; Vcra Brinkley, cutr-st figure; Maureen Dobbs, most Muriious; Mildred Brent, he?t seamstress; Joan Hannon, neatest. Named the lour heist dreAFcd ttirls were Joan Hannrm, Prrla Fay Klntr, Shirley Peterson and Maureen Uobbs. Carol ,\nn Lariner Coming Events Tuesday Country Chili Duplicate Bridge L^rriuc play* nt club at 7:to p.m. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Be'n Sinn)a Phi hn* 1:30 p.m. meetin Aincheon for WSCS Is liven at Church A 1 p.m. luncheon entertained kVomen's Missionary Union of the First Bnptlxt Church yesterday with present the Rev, E. C. Brown gave the invocation. Following Win luncheon, given at the church, a business meeting was conducted and Royal Service program presented, with Mrs. Ten King presiding over the business session. Mrs. "Jim Crafton nprnrd with prayer followed by thf- program In which Mrs. Worth Holder saii solo. Those t-nkin? part in a program on Hawaii, wore Mrs. Max Lopan, Mrs- F. L. Reagan, Mrs C. M, Abbot, and Mrs. S. Brewer who was the leader. Mrs. J, W. rortJock gave the devotional and dismissed with prayer. dy and the ho?te.ws served cho colate tarts and coffee. Mrs. J. F. Lflwson opened neetlng of Circle Thr^e at the home of Mrs. G. W. Dtltahunt: with a Bible study. The pro^m wa.s directed by Mrs. n*~.ss Steven ind and organization;!I mrrtjn^ fo planning the Prrsbyleri.il mcttin Thursday and Friday was belt Cake and coEfec vva^ served the 1 members. Prayer and a Bible study by Mr: G cor etc Yates opened the meeMng ot Circle Four at the iiomc ot Mrs. Joe Benslcy. Mrs. A. F. Dietrich a.i co-hostess. , Circle chairman. Mrs, Vcrnrm Thomasson led tliP business .session nnd Mrs. Bob Logan spoke on "Christian Education." Mrs- .lames Mnnlcy svns named circle secretary- Service projects, the Vera Lloyd Home, selllnc of cards anrt stationary for the kitchen fund nnd contracting H missionary- was discussed. Prayer preceded the social hoiirl for the U members ami one £Uu=L; Seventeen members of Circle Five met nt the home of Mrs. Klbrrt Huffman. Mrs. Curtis Alexander Save the Bible study anrt Mrs, Gilbert Smythe was nntncri co-chairman of the circle. Mrs. Spencer AlexnncJ^r will ccrve as secretary nnd Mrs. Mike Simon as trra.-iirer. A hiisine.ss session w.is conductor! by the 16 members and two quests of Circle Six. who met with Mrs. Nora Sprnrlley. Miss Jewel Smith Rave the Bible study and Mrs. Bat- rlrp Lovejnr.fi spoke on the circle's Enster" bn^cet. which was sent to the Vcra 'Lloyd home. A de&ert course Inter was served. At the Hospitals W.ills Hospil.il Di=mLssed •. Mrs. Ocnlry England and baby. City. Mrs. morel. I. M. McHaffey, Rt. 4. W. T. IiiKfum. Cit.y. Mrs. Paul W. Davis. City. Clinrlpv Shnckner, Manila Edward Ropers, City. Mrs J. E. Smith yund bahy. E. B. B-nss ami baby, Ar- Sludcnl Addresses WSCS At Meeting in Home "Humantj'.ing Lalxir' Relations w.is discussed yesterday by Harold Robertson, North Texas Stale Col- P student, when lie addressee members of the Wesley Memoria Metliodlst Women's Society Clirlstlan Service. Mrs. EWnnld Stewnrt was hostes at her home to the seven member nnd cicht guests attending. Mrs Jack Robertson presided over th discussions. The devotional was given by Mrs Olen Alexander anrt following M Robertson's address, n rilscusslo of ways and means of creating In terest and aiding the WSCS wa held. A social hour lollnwed In whlc! rrfrrshmrnt^ were served. P at<flnt for |at, Joseph W- McHanev home, five weeks. While there she underwent siirnpry. Mis Msec NHson, Girl SrniU Executive, whn mafcps her home in Memphis was the Ear-ter week cnr! i auest of her brotlirr, R A. Nelson, Mrs. Nelson narl family. Mr. nnd Mrs, J. G. TBnrnes have returned from a four months vacation in Floridn Mrs. Loni.se NViten and her mother. Mrs. T. L. Halle, had as their Sunday guest thc-lr Rr pat-nephew and prcat-Rr finds on Tommy Lee Walker of Flint. Mich While In this section. Mr. Walker also Is visit inq in Memphis as guest, of Mrs. Tom Music. ! Mrs. Franrns Srott. who Is a student at Arkan'-.i.s State Online was (lie week end truest of her sister. Mrs. L. D. Mnrr and family. Mrs. C. H. Whistle and Mrs, Mavis ScttlcmirR were in Memphis last nicht where thrr had motored their daughter and si5t.r?r. Miss An- ' nettp Whistlr, who IrtL by plane 1 for Soul hern Methodist University. Dallas, Tex., where she is a student. Mr. anri Mrs. Floyd Mizelle hart as their Easter week enri guest, their daughter, Mi^s Dorothy Mi- ?rllc, who Is a student al Arkansas State College, Dr. and Mrs. Milton E Webb IrEt yesterday for Little Rock, where they will attend the 4fith Arkansas i tome trie Association until Thursy. Mrs, C, D. Byrd of Memphis was e Easter uiiost- of her parents, Mr. d Mrs. R. F, Maxwell. Allen Berry, whn ntl-cnd* Uni- rsity of Mississippi, arrived Kmi- mnrning to spend Easter with parents, Mr, and Mrs, Kendall erry. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Nrw- ime had as their Ea:=f rs. Newcome's sister. Mrs, John hompson of Knoxvillr. nnd her roiher, Robert Gncxirich and son. obby. They also visited th<?ir; _ _. n other. Mrs. Flossie Goodrich. Missionary Program Owen Walker of Memphis was 1 r* • , r-i i IP week end guest of his s|.Mf*r Irs. Joe Waddy, and Mr. Warirly. '[ Mr. anri Mrs. Carl Bryant of I Ipmphis were week end Eiiest? nf Irs. Bryant's parents. Mr. anri Irs. B, H. Shclton. Mrs, B- G. Shetton sppnt the •rek end In Crawfordsville v,ith er parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rilpy. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Springer nri children, Bobby. Harold. Pa- ricla and David spent thr? w?pkrnrl n St. Louis as guests of Mr. and .Irs. Otis Folk. Central Grade School Wins Story Contest Saturday ended 13 weeks of competition for prade school pupils in th e library story felling contest sponsored by the Junior Auxiliary and Central won with highest Methodist WSCS Program Meeting Thirty members of the Dell Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service last night attended the monthly program meeting at the church. Mrs, W. T. Stewart and Mre. James Tidwell were hostesses for the evening. Mrs. Noble Gilt directed (he evening's discussions and participating were Mrs, Charles Kennett and Mrs, O. E. Hunnlcutt. A devotional by Mrs. H. A. Greenway preceded a prayer by Mrs. R. H. Hall which adjourned the program portion of the meeting. Mrs. Green way, vice president, later conducted a business session. The hostesses served refreshments. Mexican Program Given By Hope Group In a setting of bright Mexican decorations and spring flower arrangement hi the home of Mi's. J, A. Pucketc, the Hope Group Christian Women Fellowship of First Christian Church hail their semi-monthly meeting yesterday. Thlrf^en members present and one guest, Mrs. James Rainwater. Mrs, Frank Brown pave the study t "Disciples of Christ in Mexico." attendance for the period."AH av- | ^ C3e takim; part on program were eiage of 46 pupils have attended ""' " " these affairs every week. Mrs. joe Pride, Jr., Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mrs, Albert Taylor, Mrs. Max Logan, Mrs. Jamos Guard and Mrs. Newton Whitis make up the committee. In their last Saturday's meetinc. Methodist Societies Have- Joint Meeting At ChurcK Women's Society of Christian Serr. Ice of Ijike Street and Promised Land Methodist Churche* had & joint meeting last night at the Lafe* Street Church with 40 present. Promised Land group had the program with the Lake Street group playing host. Mrs, George Shanks opened with prayer. Mrs. Billy King of Lake Street presided over the business and Mrs. Marcus Oaines of Promised Land presided over the meet- Ing. Mrs. Leon Wilson had charge of the program which was on brotherhood. Mrs; j. Young presented >^ solo, "Others," followed by the prolT) cram. Those participating were Mrs. Bill Kimnco, Mrs. Prank Stage, Mrs Felix Gill. Mrs. Calvin Hill. Mrs. Gnin.es closed the meeting with prayer and the group joined hands anri sang "Blest Be The Tie That Binds." The hosts then served refreshments. Heading the committee were Mrs. L, M. Vance and Mrs. George McGliehey. Mrs. Harold Medlln, who is mov- of ing to Phoenix, Ariz., was given a "hanky" shower at the close of the meeting. S. 13th Sircet Mrs, Lewis Henderson, CO-llOS.tP?.S, Wcrlnrstlii y Mrs. S[im Haynes hostess to Hnh Two CUib, Club Fianf, mcet.s uith Mrs. Charles Lan^sUjii- Mrs. F. E, Black entertaining Wednr~d,iy Club. > they were given an Easier party Mi.-s Vera Goodrich 1 hostess to and favors were presented CIB Club. - M r5 . Ira Gray _ librarian, will pro- Town and Country Club meets | £Pn t books to earn individual grade In Central this week for thei rfaith- ful attendance. "The Little Duck Who Loved the Rain," by Peter Mabie, will be presented to the first grade, the second grade will receive "Finder's Keeper's," by Wilt ami Nicholas, a Caldiccit 'prize book. Third grade won "Sleeping Giant." by Eleanor Estes. "What' Biid Ms Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission !)c K 30c At All Times no mix —no muss —no fuss Here « Ihe easiest way ever devised lo select oil the cotori lor yotK homel The Hormonlzer graphically iUuslrotes the current popular colors in actual lull-color room scenes. You can sec how your choices will harmonize with your furniture, furnishings, floor coverings, and building moleriols. Vive paint-outs show all the beauty and depth of Ihe colors. Come in and use Ihe Harmonizer Today before you it art your redeeoralina. TUES.-WKI). Pal Nilcs 2 For J'ricc nf One with Mrs, .J. C. Ellis. C. and N. Birthday Club has T p. m. meet in? at Dogwood Club houFe, with Mrs. Jim Lutes, hostess. Thursday East Arkansas Fresbytnry of women meet nt First Presbyterian Church at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. H W. Wylip hasten to Thursday Contract, Club. La Nueve meets with Mrs. R. E. Grr en. Mrs. Cecil TJlm hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Mrs. C, A Cunmnsham enier- tctimns Mid-Week Club. Thursday Rook Clu'n meets with Mrs C. G Schrrcr. Friday Zeta Chnpter ot Delta Ka;)pii Gamma 'having joint 6:30 p. m dinner mccttntr \\ith Alpha Zeta Chapter ol DKG at \Vtt?on . EnF(. Arkansas Presbytery r>[ women meet at First Presbyterian Church at 9 a.m. Chapior "N" of PEO has 1 p.m, lunrhcnn meeting at home of Mrs. J. w. Adams. LaFinr^.-e marts in the home of Mrs. Everett petrirson at 1:30 p.m. Exectitive Bn;irt] of Woman's Club has 2 p.m. meeting at club followed bv 2:30 p.m. nenrra] session. Salurday Duplir:itf> Brirt^c I^raEue plays at FIctel MobJe at 1:15 p.m. It," by Ann Pistorius. will be-given to the fourth grade. "Minim of the Mississippi." by Rolling Clancy Gehrig—A Quiet Hero" by Frank Graham goes to the sixth grade. Mrs. ^ George Barham, Mrs. Jolin McHancy, Mrs. Ben Hnrpole, Mr^. Jnmes Hainwater, and Mrs. B->vcc-l Moore, Scriptuu'e was read by Mis.j R. M. Beck. Handmade i>osters i!- : lustratert the program, Mrs, Rainwater led Ihe Worship service, "We are All Here." The meeting was closed with the group repeating the missionary benediction. be Sighing over .your Trying when vou use I Given at Church Trinity Baptist Circles Meet m Various Homes Circles of Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Union yesterday conducted weekly sessions in homes. Mrs. Bobby Webb was the only puest with 12 members of Circle One, who met with Mrs. C. S. Webb. Mrs. BUI Crocker cave the opening prayer and following a deyo- tional by Mrs. Herman Ariair, Mrs Crocker conducted the lesson study and closed the session with prayer, j ' Mrs. Willie Maude Kenu right, | was hostess to 11 members and one gupst. Mrs. w. B. Kcnwright of Circle T\vo. Prayer by Mrs. Ft W. \Vtx>tcn preceded the lesson taught, by Mrs. Mary Wooten. Mrs. Lnora Swafford closed the session with prayer. Social hours followed the adjournment. Tn Tasmania recently, (o^ilhcrl chunks of trers believed to he five o 10 million years old \vcre un- arthed by roadbuilding crews. Th c m i KM mi nry pro gram, " H a - vva i ia ns Are Amcric ans, Too," was prp.-pnted yp.'tcrriay for niPnibPr.s of fhe Women's Missionary Union of Ciiivnry Baptist Church meeting at the church. Tim lesson was presented by Cirri? five and was directed by Mrs Roland Davis. Mrs- S. 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