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( PAGE FOUB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1980 <? . J. czoctelu Jan* She]toe, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Miss Damon Again Feted With Pre-Nuptial Event Mrs. Don Haley was hostess last night at her home on Kentucky to four tables of guests In compliment to Miss Billic Damon who v ill become (He bricle of James M. Barnes in a ceremony to be performed In February. Tall and low crystal vases holding 'copiously arranged flowers were placed at Intervals in the spacious entertaining rooms of the home where the evening was spent in bridge and rook games. In the bridge, Mrs. Otto Scrape won high, Mrs. Herbert Childs second high and Miss Peggy Bujur- sky bridgo. High score in the rook game went to Mrs. Earl minon, second high Mrs. N. VV. Kyle and rooko Mrs. J. A. Saliba. During the evening individual white CAkcs iced in tiny pink and blue letters spelling. "Hillie and Jimmy" were served with coffee and ice cream from the satin damask-covered dining table. Centering the table was a cocoanut tree surrounded in masses of greenery, with colorlul birds o! paradise set among the leaves. Standing Immediately in front of the tree was a miniature bride and groom. White tapers set in silver candelabra were arranged on cither end of Hie table. , Miss Damon, who was dressed in a black faille two-piece frock with a velvet peplum and trim was presented a gift in her chosen crystal pattern from her hostess. Members of the Thursday Night Club also presented Miss Damon with a sift. Mrs. Earl Damon, mother of the honorec, is a former member'of the group, The honoree, Mrs. Earl Damon, and Mrs, Otto Scrape, sister of Mr. Barnes, each pinned white carnations at their shoulders, a gift of the hostess. Mrs. Kirby Hostess To Luncheon Club, Guests Three guests met with members of the Wednesday Club when the group was complimented for the weekly luncheon-bridge meeting at the R. H. Kirby home. GuesLs were Mrs. Elton Kirby, Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs, M. A. Isaacs. Mammoth white chrysanthemums intermingled with dutch Irish and wisps of greenery arranged in a silver bowl centered the dining label from which luncheon was served. • In the bridge game following high •core was uon by Mrs. L. E. Old, Jr., and second high by Mrs. M. A. •Isaacs. Household Shower Feles Mr. and Mrs. Lambert '; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lambert, who were recently married, were complimented Tuesday night when Mrs. Pan Roberts and Mrs. Lloyd Rob- trts entertained with a miscellaneous household shower at the Dan Roberts home. Aproximatcly 55 guests attended the affair. The evening was spent in games In which prizes were presented and informal entertainment. During the evening the hoslosses, assisted by Mrs. R. G. Schullz served a sandwich plate. • • * Mrs. Rutherford Guest With Club Eight Mrs. Fred Rtrtherrord was yesterday with . members of guts Club . Eight when Mrs. H. G. Partlow en tertained st her home. Hyacinths and potted plants were arranged in the rooms in wliicl bridge was played, High score wcr to Mrs. C, C. Langslon, second nig! to Mrs. Rutherford nnd bridge U Mrs. Otfo Scrape. BOLERO SET By Sue Burnett Tills Hilt-active sundress and bol- ro combination is an answer to a lumber of requests from women of lightly larger figure. Crisp white s used for contrast on the dress op and as a collar for the bolero. Pattern No- 8441 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern for sizes 36, •SO, 42. 44, 40, 48, 50 and 52. Size 38, dress, 3l< yards of M-inch; bolero, 'Ts yards; W yard contrast. For Ihis ixiltern, send 25 cents. i COfNS, your name, address size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- 3ER, to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South wells Street, Chicago 7, '1. Send 25 cenls now for the Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 panes of new styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed inside the book. Sorority Chapter Meets; VIr. Greslcy Speaker "Grant Us Thy Peace" was HIE reading-sermon which was given by J. Stanley Gresley. yesterday lor members of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi which met at Hotel Noble in the Colonial The sermon was written by Krigar L, Pennington of Mobile, Ala. During the business session, which was presided over by Mrs. Andrew Moses, vice-president, three representatives were appointed to meet with repiesentatives of the Alpha Alpha Chapter and the .Cityrpolin- cil of Beta Sigma Phi for 4he selection of the "Woman of the Year." Those appointed were Mrs. Gilbert L). Hammock, Jr.. Mrs. C. W. Sisler. and Mrs. Moses. Following Mr. GreEley's talk the meeting was adjourned after which the hostesses for the afternoon, Mrs. Jne Davis and Mrs. Henry Dodd, served refreshments, Co/vary Circles Hove Royal Service Program The Business Women's Circles Three and Four of the Calvary Baptist Church met Tuesday night at tile church for a Royal Service program. The meeting was opened with the group singing of the song, •'Christ (fir the World .We Sing" nflcr which Mrs. P. H. Jernigan led In prayer. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove, chairman Mr. Saliba Claims Bride In Missouri Ceremony The home of the Rev. and Mrs. B, IX Cns'en of Sikeston, Mo,, was the letting oj a wedding of beauty and simplicity on Sunday, Jan. 8, at 2:30 p. m., when Miss Madclyn Ward of Charleston, Mo,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T, T. Cannon of Matthew's, Mo. became the bride of Elliott Z. S.iliba, also of Charleston, formerly of Blythevilc. Mr. Saliba is the son of Mrs. Z. B. Sal- Iba and the late Mr. Saliba of Ink city. The Rev. Mr. Owens, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiated at the double ring ceremony In the presence of Immediate members of the couple's families. A program of nuptial music was presented by Miss Karen Ellis, of Charleston, cousin of the groom. Her scleclion included Ihe traditional wedding marches using "The Bridal chorus" from Lohengrin as the processional and Mcndelssohns "Wedding March" as the recessional. Miss Ellis wore an ensemble of red with black accessories. The bride chose an afternoon drc.s. 1 , of crepe in cocoa shade with matching accessories. Her (rock \vas complemented with a shoulder corsage of yellow rosebuds. The bride had as her matron of honor, Mrs. E. H. Dent also of Charleston. Mrs- Dent was attirerl In a brown and ivhite two-piece suit and brown accessories. She pinned a corsage of yellow roses at her shoulder. Mr. Dent served Mr. Saliba af best man. Following a brief wedding Irlr the couple returned to Charleston where they will make their home Mrs. Saliba was graduated from Sikcston High School and at present is employed In the office o! the Missouri Implement and Tractor Company In Charleston. Mr. Salibf is a graduate of Dlylhcville Higl: School and served three years wilt: the Navy, of which thirty month, was served overseas. He is now ir business as a Jeweler and watch repairman In Charleston. • * . Play Reviews History Of Dell Church Group A play .illustrating the history o e Methodist Church at Deil wo. ?iven at the meeting of the Del WSCS recently at the home of Mrs Noble Gill. Mrs. J. R. Gill was co io.ste.ss to the 20 members and tw< visitors, Mrs. Carlos Deal and Miss Iharlie Ruth Blankcnship present. ' Mrs. Mavis Scttlemlre, program leader for the evening, assisted by Mrs. James Tidwcll, Mis. Oral mm- nlcutt, Mrs. Charles Kennctt, Mrs. Noble Gill and Mrs. Curtis Duncan presented the evening's program. Mrs. R. A. Greenway taiight the study lesson taken from Ihe book, "Missions at the Grass Root" after which the play was presented. Characters, dressed in the fashion of the period they rcpresenlcd, were Mrs. Kennctt, 1880 to 1900. Mrs. Helen Sanders as the Gibson Girl of 1900 to 1920. Mrs. Hunillcutt of the flaming "2p's to 10W. and Mrs. Settlemire 1940-50. The play ended with the challenge of "Now that the building program is completed, whal can we as Christian women do to better our community?" During the business meeting following Mrs. R. B. Crawford announced her committees to assist with the play to be presented by the Church, Jan. 28 at the High School. The closing prayer was led by Mrs- J. R. Gill after which a dessert course was served. Bits of News Mrs. f'iske Miles, Jr., and dangh- cr Sally arrived this morning from Superior. WIs., to visit a£ guests of Mrs. Miles parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. nnnicy. Mrs. Miles is llic for- moi 1 Miss Elolsc Hamcy. Mrs. Miles nd daughter, was joined In Memphis for the trip to Blythevmc by :icr parents. Gene Strickland is spending several days in St. Louis on a business •Ip. Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Si 1 , and Marvin Nunn, Jr., returned last night 'rom Birmingham, Ala., where they lad -spent several days as guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs. John Walton Cock, Jr., and tamlly. They also were the guests of Dr. J. A. Thompson and family. Mr. ami Mrs. E. n. Taylor of Memphis were the overnight gucst-s last night of Mrs. Edith Ross and family. Condition of Mrs. G. D. Hammock, who suffered a broken hip at home Saturday, is satisfaclory. Mrs. Hammock tins been confined io Campbell's Clinic, Memphis, following the accident. Mr, Hammock returned last night from Memphis. Her condition Is improved following an operation performed Sunday. Howard Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs, T. J. Bailey, was motored home yesterday by his father. Mr. Bailey, from Arkansas Slalc College. Jonesboro, for the. mid-term holiday. Howard, who is a freshman, is rna- joring in commercial art. Condition of Mrs. T. Wade Jeffries who was returned to her home yesterday from Walls Hospital where she luul been undergoing treatment for several days, is satisfactory. Mrs. Jeffries will be confined to her home for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ct. Hays and Mrs. Ralph Bobbett are* spending today in Memphis. Condition of Mrs. Josephine Hall, who was removed to her home yesterday from Walls Hospital, where she underwent an appendectomy several days ago, Is good. Pastor AUemls Seminar The Rev. F'loyd V. Drawer, pastor of the local Methodist church, arrived home Friday from Oklahoma City, Okla., where he has been attending a seminar on the Town and Country Commission for the Souln Central Jurisdiction of Ihe Methodist church. Rev. Brower, especially active in this work, was one of the principal speakers. Delegates attended from 18 Methodist conferences in eight slates, composing the South Central Jurisdiction of the church. They included members of Town mid Country Commissions, laymen, conference staff members, pastors, district superintendents and representalivcs of women's work. The purpose of the meeting was to chart a course to make the church more vital In lown (population 2,500 to 10,000) and country (population 2.500>. The bishop host of the conference was Dr. W. Angic smith of the Oklahoma-New Mexico area. Bishop f ILLE NEWS Jouglass slons. ' Mrs. Dorroli served a dessert course with coffee. Mrs. N, C. Hawkins was co-hostess. Both chapters will meet nt the home of Mrs. Robert C. Mehrle In two weeks for the Joint Pounders Day program. Sunday Srhnul Entertained Mrs. Guy F. -Michie was* hostess Co members of the. Julia Hawkins Methodist Sunday School Class at their regular meeting last Wednesday evening at the Michie .home. Mrs. Michie was assisted by Mrs. Ed Tillman. Mrs. L. P. Lumsdcn, and Mrs. Black. A dinner was served to the 32 members present. Following dinner, a routine business meeting was conducted with the president. Mrs. L. A. Ferguson, presiding. The main topic brought before the group for discussion was Ihe planning for redecorating par 01 A and parlor B [n the local ciiurc i H;is Jllrthilny Parly Miss Glcndn Culver, daughter of Central PTA Makes Plans for Activities Members of the Central PTA met yesterday at the First naplLsl Church for n business session, The meeting was opened with a program of vocal numbers presented by members ol the fitlh grade. Mrs. E. J. Cure read the president's message after which Ihe afternoon devotional, "Our Children Need Health" was given 'jy Mrs, George Triinue. A rejjort on the eye screening tests now being given In Blytheville schools wits' given by Mrs. 'Monroe Grain and Mrs, Marvin Smith, both members of the group which sponsors Hie tests, the Blylhei'ille Junior Service Auxiliary. The membership chairman reported to the group a 23% increase in membership over last year's en- Girardeau, Mo., spent the week end visiting; his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dean Vick and son, John Charles, drove to K'nnelt, Mo., on Sunday to visit in Vhe home of his brother, Mr. nnd Airs. Earl s" rollment. The group elected » nominating committee for the selection of new officers after which the Founder'* Day program to be given neitt month was discussed. Mrs K. E, roe of Parngould will be guest speaker for Ihe occasion. Mrs. B. L. LVdman announced that a sludy course will be given next week at Calvary Baptist Church beginning at ' l:3o p.m. Lange School will be host for the meeting, In the room count prizes were presented to the second and fourth grades. Mothers of Ihe fourth grade students were hostess lor the social hour which followed. Twenty-six state* have "Keep Green" forest program*. MKC6SS rtf ItMf • Drangtai Gratate Clon C. Tuck- ' * ' *- if *«« nr, graduate of ^^^^ 1 Cominq Events Social Calendar •^"••iailUIIJH-ltI.-V. 1YIUA1LU fllUH. tiLSuOD , ,, lir Jr«nr r-1'll-or. nnln WHMnm r* Mirfin nf rh« iv,iii.. Mi'- n»d ^ 1]S Woonrow Culver, cclc Fort' 8 worth are" cL'en.ed Ihe "rated her thirteenth birthday last] young people with the importance, of the country as a place to live and work as lie spoke to an overflowing student-delegate chapel group. Among these present was a delegation of tea from Ire St. Louts conference. The sessions, held 'at Oklahoma City University, .closed with a banquet for rural pastors Thursday night. Rev. Brower was accompanied lo Oklahoma City by Rev. Marvin Niblack of steclc, Mo. I 1 ISO Chapters Meel Mrs. S. C. Neff and her daughter. Miss Patricia Neff, entertained for the members of Chapter GV of the PEO sisterhood at. their home Monday evening. Sixteen members attended". A routine business session was held and Mrs. R. W. Hawkins presided. The group completed plans .for the founders day meeting which will be held January 23 at the home of Mrs. R. c. Mehrle. Mrs. M. D. Amburgcy gave a report of the new Chapter o at Prcs- tonsburg, Ky., which Mrs. Amburgey and her daughter. Mrs. Emerson smith of Warrcnsburg, Mo.., helped organize. Mrs. Amburgey's j lyn Neciy, all first year students at eldest daughter, Mrs. William Rose [ Southeast Missouri State Teachers weW with a birthday dance al her! was here n few days visiting wi'.li home There were 27 guests present. I his mother. Mrs. V. W. McCoy. Mrs Refreshments of birthday cake McCoy will return to FornTcl', lo Euielian Tlmrsda> Class of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. R. L. Thompson 1305 Holly at 7:30 p.m. C. and M. Birthday Club meets with Mis. Phillip Applehaum ut 7 p.m Nil Phi Mu sorority meets with Miss Jane Slicllon at 7:30 p.m. Tridar CDC complimented by Mrs. J. J. Cookson. Mrs. Loy of the grtiup, presided over the busl- Durii:g the afternoon Mrs. Part- I ness session after which the meet- cle Four served low served a dessert course. t | ing was turner! over lo the program with coffee. chairman, Mrs. Howard Caldwell Mrs. Polsgrove gave the devotional "To Whom What is Given" after which the following presented Hie program: Mrs. Don Aycock, Mrs Lee Powell, Mrs. L. C. Rollison anc Mrs. J. M. Ross. The closing prayer was led Mrs. Polsgrovc. In the social hour following, Cir sandwich plate ERG'S LESS THAN HALF-PRICE CLEARANCE IS STILL ON! And whether you're looking for a smart coat, suit, or dress ... or just a blouse, sweater, or robe . . . you'll find wonderful values at Feinbcrg's — if you hurry down soon! Come in today! Welch entertains pri- oivl rolrt drinks were served nnd I spend little rrac'knses of candy were presented to the guests as favors. • Observes ISirthilay Mr. and Mrs. Gleams filkins entertained with a birthday dance last week at their home in observance of their daughter's. Miss Patricia, thirteenth birthday. Miss Betty Elkins ami Miss Helen Treece assisted ill the entertainment. The Elkins home was decorated in pastel crepe paper streamers slrung from the ceilings of the entertaining rooms. The hostess, served birthday rake, sandwiches, potato chips, popcorn and cnld drinks lo the twenty-seven guests who attended. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Don Davis and children spent several days in Pig- gotl. Ark., last week visiting in the home of Mr. Davis's mother, Mrs. Davis. Misses Marilyn Connor,~ Dtmiia Fay Harara. Jean Alford and Mari- the remainder of the winter Rev. Hob McCoy of Fornfcl',. Mo.. School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tucker of Rondo, Ark a n s a s . Mr. Tucker is a veteran of' three years Artny service, during which lime he saw action in the European Theater of Oper- alions. Mr. Tucker, Mrs. Dorolhy Helen BL nurse at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis. Mo., spent the week end in the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Floyd Brower. Mr. and Mrs. Gernld Corbtn are announcing the birth of a daughter, born Saturday at the hosp.lal in Sikeston. Mo. The baby girl h.-.s wilo j s now doin g Pub ] ic Account' named Martha Gail ana is j nK work in Lin i e Roc)Cp holds been the second daughter in the family. is president of the chapter. The program was presented by Mrs. John White. It, was entitled "Literature," and was another in Ihe series. "Designs for Living." Mrs. While reviewed "Bride of Fortune," a rccciil novel by Harnctt Kane. Following the meeting the hos- less served refreshments consisting of a salad course with tea. The members 'of chapter DM of the PEO sisterhood met on Monday evening at. the home of Mrs. Charles Dorroh, with 18. members Southwestern College in Cape Girardcall, Mo., spent the week end here with their respective parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clay Connor. Mr. and Mrs. 13. H. Hamra. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hutu and Mrs. Lillian Neely. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Powell and i children spent last Sunday visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs, R. A. Bcrryman at Blytheville, Ark; Mrs. Daphoti Roland spent Sunday in Memphis, Tenn., visiting her daughter, Jacqueline, a student at Ho.x omee Opens 6:45 Bargain Night livery Night K.vccpl Saturday No passes honored on Sundaj at The ROXX Thursday & Friday iay Contract. Ladles Bible Class of First Meth- dist Church meets at home of Mrs 3. M. Matthews at 2:30 p.m. for ocial and business meeting. Mrs. imma Burncy nnd Mrs. W. ]. Denon co-hostesses. Past Matrons and Past Patrons club meets with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wahl. 227 Dougan. at 7 p.m. for potluck supper. Chapter "N" and Chapter "D" of the PEO sisterhood will meet at 1 p.m. at Hotel Noble for a joint Founder's Day Luncheon. . University in that attending. I city. Miss Roland, who Is majoring Miss Nell Lee Dorroh presented ' in music, was selected one of the program, "New Americans." a ' Soutinvestern's ten "outstanding report on the displaced persons ing to America and their im com- | beauties this week •• prcs- ' Verland Davis, an art student at degree in accounting from Draughon School of Business. Mr.' Tucker, like so many other young! people of today, realized that hej must be thoroughly trained in] order lo qualify for permanent) employment ki the busine** 1 world. The Draughon School at ness offers thorough training ell fields of business, and hM i elaff of competent instructor! whose aim is lo qualify their students for the actual biiKineM] world. The Draughon School also; conducts i systematic fre« em-! ployment service, to aiwist their graduates in securing prefer type of. positions immediately on qualification. The Draughon School rf ness is the only private buskiexa college in Arkansas that is hilly accredited and approved by th« Slate Deparlinent of Education. Now in its 48th year of continuous operation, the Draughon School points with pride ho more than 50.000 graduates. If you desire mfermBtkm' re-i garding any type o< business training, you are invited to writ* DRAUGHON SCHOOL OF BUSH NESS, Little Rock, Arkansas There re no obligation whatever on your parL Armorel Meets; Plans Day of Prayer Fifteen members and one visitor of the Armoicl WMU met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Henry Berry for n business meeting. Mrs. F. E. Eggenspcrger was the group's guest. Mrs. C. C. Elliott gave the dcvo- tiona. " Yardstick" after which R brief business session was conducted. 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