The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 20, 1954
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL JO, 1954 Society News i StfwMAtv Friitnr i PV Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Freda Smith Complimented At Party first of a series of parties planned to compliment Miss Freda Smith, the bride-elect of Howard Oeorge Nelson, of Milwaukee, Wise., while she is in Blytheville, was given last night. Miss Barbara Smith and Mrs. Charles Smith were hostesses at the -Charles Smith home for a dessert bridge and canasta party. Miss Smith and Mr. Nelson will exchange vows Sunday at the First Baptist Church and will later re- torn to Milwaukee to make their fcome. Crystal bowls of pink carnations surrounded by swirls of lacy green fern and white narcissus set in greenery provided decorations for the entertaining rooms. .For the occasion. Miss Smith was dressed in a shantung dress .of purple, featuring an off-the-shoul- j der neckline. She wore black patent accessories, and pinned a gift corsage of white Dutch iris at her shoulder. •Mrs. G." W. Smith, mother of the bride-elect, was presented with a corsage of white rosebuds. A dessert course was served, after which Bridge and canasta games were conducted. In the bridge games, Mrs. Eleanor Ger-i raid won high score and Missj Heard Wylie won second. In the canasta games, Mrs. Charles Smith won high score with second going- to the honored guest. Miss Smith was given a gift of china in her pattern. Rowlett At Woman's Auxiliary Meet The highlight of a meeting last oight of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church was a talk by Thru-man Rowlett on "Apostle of the Middle Way," based on the works of T. S. Eliot. The group met at the home of Mr*. E- B. Mason, auxiliary president. Seventeen members and three guests, Mrs. George Pyles, A. A. Fredrick-son and Martin Moore, attended. Mrs. Mason called the meeting to ; order and introduced Mrs. Harold Hunn, who gave the devotional. Mrs. S. S. Patterson introduced tfce guest speaker. Following the benediction by the Kev. W. J. Fitehugh, Mrs. Mason aerved refreshments. "An Opening Wedge," the first chapter of a mission book, "In Evangeline's Country," was presented at circle meetings yesterday when members of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met in homes. + Mrs. Hays Sullivan was hostess to 14 members of Circle One, when Mrs. Bill McCormiclc reviewed the mission chapter. Mrs. E. P. Hardin opened the meeting with prayer. Six members of Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. J. W. Portlock, who gave the opening prayer. Mrs. E. B. Woddson gave the mission review and closed the meeting with the benediction. Mrs. C. E. Johnson was hostess to 12 members of Circle Three for the mission study reviewed by Mrs. C. S. Lemons. Mrs. Roy Head closed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. H. L. Halsell, Jr.. entertained 10 members of Circle Four at her home. Mrs. Philip Deer gave the opening prayer and Mrs. C. L. Evans* taught the mission study. Mrs. Forrest Moore dismissed the group. Eleven members of Circle Five met at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. Mrs. William Berryman taught the mission study. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Pearl Hires and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mrs. E. T. Hubbard's home was the scene of the Circle Six meeting. Nine members attended when Mrs. Sheroourne Brewer taught the book. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Bill Wooten, Mrs. Theo Logan and Mrs. Tom Jackson. Mrs. H. H. Brooks gave the opening prayer and the mission study at the home of Mrs. Adolph Heinicke, when 13 members of Circle Seven attended. Mrs. M. W. Lewis gave the closing prayer. The Business Women's Circle BRIBE — Miss Barbara Ann Griffin, daughter of Louis Griffin and the late Mrs. Griffin of Blythevillr/, became the bride of Albert Klein, Jr., son of Mrs. Albert Klein, Sr., and the late Mr. Klein, «lso of Blytheville, in Hernando, Miss., Apr. 11. They wall make their home in Blytheville. Auxiliary Meeting Held Miss Cliffie Overman, co-counselor of the Young Woman's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church, was hostess to the group at her home last night. Following the opening prayer by Mrs. Leon Jones, Miss Millie Mai- lory, auxiliary president, conducted a business discussion. Later in the evening, Miss Mai- lory presented a devotional prior to the book review given by Miss Mickey Allen. The benediction was offered by Miss Pat Mullins, after which Miss Overman served party food and iced drinks. TO REPRESENT SCHOOL — Sylvia Elias, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eliaa and granddaughter of Mayor and Mrs. Mose Sliman of Lux,ora, and Kenneth Cole, son of Mrs. Willie Chisenhall, will represent Osceola as Duchess and Duke of the annual Teen-Age Court at the Memphis Cotton Carnival. They will take part in the Junior Carnival Ball at Crump Stadium May 13 and will march in the Carnival's Royal Procession. Both are seniors at Osceola High School. Late News Sports Togs Local Woman's Nephew Married Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Leon Curn- mings of Nashville, Tenn., announce the marriage of their daughter, Patricia Cummings Larabee, to Clem Cook Schonoff of Dayton. Tenn.. son of Mrs. Clarence Clem Schonoff of Advance, *Mo. Mrs. Ed Bruce Cook of Blytheville, an aunt of the groom, attended the wedding, which was held in Nashville Saturday. held a meeting last night at the home of Mrs. John Tyrone when 10 members and five guests, Mrs. Clara Martin, Mrs. Leon Jones, Mrs. Byron Nail, Miss Juanita Davis and Martha Ann Foster attended. Mrs. Thelma Atkins presided at the meeting which was opened with prayer by Dr. Edna Nies. Mrs. Tyrone was in charge of the Royal Service program which was given by Mrs. Jones, with a vocal solo by Miss Foster. Mrs. Nail served as pianist. Central Wins Story Hour Contest Central Elementary School won attendance contest of the weekly Story Hour held at the Public Library, Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Junior Auxiliary chairman, announced today. Saturday's session ended the this year, Mr.s Robinson said. They have been conducted since October last year under the spon- Page, Allen Parrish, Janet Sue Hudson, Ann and Sue Robinson Ruben Chandler, Jr., Sara Bagley Warren Whitis and Amelia Vrska Honor Students Named at Gosnell School Mrs. Ira Gray, librarian. Students of Distinction at Gosnell Central won the contest for the j High School were announced today first, second and third grades, with Lange Elementary School winning the contest for the fourth' grade. This contest has been underway since Feb. 27. A total of 116 pupils have attended. Books which will be awarded the school libraries are "The Biggest Bear," by Ward; "Madeline's Rescue," by Bemelmans; "Better Homes and Gardens Second Storybook"; "The Picture Story of Alaska," by O'Neill; "Mixed Up Twins," by Haywood; "Sea Star," by Henry; "Thunder," by Cooper; and "Miquel," by Krurngold. Presentation of the books will be by Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Gray, and Mrs. Dick J. White, Junior Auxiliary co-chairman. Honorable mention for the highest in attendance went to Bill Carlton, Ronnie Ellis, Pat Walters, Don by Floyd E. Irby, principal. They are Barbara Potter, Douglas Watkin, Roy Lynn Via, Carl Warren Peggy Meatte, and Brenda Bates. list submitted by the school were as follows: Twelfth Grade — Earnest Allen Wanda Raspberry, Louise Smith Jeanette Lee, Lanny Fowler. Eleventh Grade — James Bevill Linda Whittle, Calvin George, Dot- sene Poff, Bertha Carter, Sammie West, Dorothy Sue Terry, Sue Krech. Robert Earl Davis, and W F. McGaughey. Tenth Grade Willean Ward Business-Program Meeting Held Fifty members of the Women of the Church of the First Presbyterian Church met ''at the church yesterday afternoon for their monthly business and program meeting. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson conducted the business session. In the committee reports. Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd, Bible School chairman, announced that the school will be held from May 31 to June 11. Delegates to the Presbyterial Apr. 29-30 at Earle, Ark., are Mrs. Roy Walton and Mrs, W. A. Dobyns. The president announced that the new secretary of literature was Mrs. C. L. Bennett. A training school, the Synod- ical, will be held Junse 7-12 at Batesville, Ark., it was announced. Mrs. Walter Day presented the program. "World Christian Youth Blazes New Paths," with the assistance of. Mrs. J. E. Dicks, Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. Hugh Hudson and Mrs. Kidd, who composed a panel. A recording of Rosa Page Welch's music was played. Hostesses in the social hour were Mrs. M. A, Isaacs, Mrs. T. J. Mahan and Mrs. Byron Morse. Tommy Crawford, Barbara Bevill Wanda Whittle, Marion Drane, Edna Whittle. , Ninth Grade — Billy Joe Sellers, LeRoy Pearson. Eighth Grade — Mary Alice Needham, Buford Brackin, Curtis Moody, Donnie Wright, Huey Stigall, Betty Overton. Seventh uraae Joyce Brown, Sue Sparks, Julia Webster, Reba Lucas, Annie Maud Gorden, Iva Nell Gorden, Lena Middleton, Lonnie Joe McGill, V. R. 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Come to tomorrow and fee—how **niottOfiol ya* Con look and /••/ in WarnerV Mtrry Widowl #1311 in nylon marquisette and elastic, bbck or white, siz« $ 32 to 38.. .$42.50 Bits of News ersona .j Manley Feinberg, a student at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Term., has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Platt, and his sister and brother, Darlene and Maurice Feinberg. He .was accompanied home by Frank Neai of Albany, Ga., for the holiday week end. Mr. and Mrs. Tom B. Miller, who are formerly of Blytheville, now making their home in Jackson, Miss., , : spent the Easter holidays here with her mother, Mrs. Lucy McAdams. Miss Mary Webb, who teaches at Sudbury School here, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Webb, in Pine Bluff. She returend here yesterday to resume her duties. Miss Maxine Overman left Sunday night to return to Little Rock, where she is attending the Arkansas Baptist School of Nursing. She was the guest of her family, Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Overman, and family and her sister, Mrs. Leon Jones, and Mr. Jones. Dan Atkins, a student at Ouachita College, Arkadelphia, Ark., left this morning to return to school afisr spending the past few days here with his grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Harnish, and his aunt, Miss Marie Harnish. He will assist next week with a youth revival at Forman, Ark. Mrs. Tom M. O'Hearn of Hannibal, Mo,, has arrived here to be the guest of her sister, Mrs. U. S. Branson, and family. Mrs. George Stewart of Tulsa, Okla., is visiting in the home of Mrs. A. E. Miller and family. Methodists Study Bible Here Seven circles of the First Methodist Church met at the homes of members yesterday afternoon for Bible study programs. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., was hostess to Circle One with 13 members attending. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater gave the- devotional, and Mrs. E. •£>. stout taught the study. Mrs. Ernest Roe and Mrs. Hildred Bunch were hostess and co- hostess at the Circle Two meeting with 13 members and one guest, Mrs. Marcus Gaines, attending. Mrs. T. I. Seay presented the study, and Mrs. Gaines gave the devotional. Thirteen members of Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. tJoleman Stevens when Mrs. R. E. Green was co-hostess. Mrs. W. R. Summerville gave the study and Mrs. J. W. Adams gave the devotional. Mrs. James Hill, Jr., entertained members of Circle Four, with Mrs. Welch Foster at her co-hostess. Mrs. Tom M. O'Hearn of Hannibal, Mo., the houseguest of her sister, Mrs. U. S. Branson, was a guest of the 16 naem- bers. Mrs. Leon Burns gave the devotional, and Mrs. Bess Stan* ton presented the study. Mrs. H. N. Whitis taught the Bible study to 13 members of Circle Five at the home of Mrs. P. E. Cooley with Mrs. Harvey Morris, co-hostess. Mrs. J. A. Bryant gave the devotional. Thirteen members and two guests, Miss Mary Hubler and Mrs. George Stewart of Tulsa, Okla.,. the guest of Mrs. A. E. Miller, attended the Circle Six meeting at the home of Mrs. E. B. Gee. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. B. A. Lynch presented the devotional and study. Mrs. Harold Wood and Mrs. Paul Lloyd entertained Circle Seven's' 15 members when Mrs, W. H. O'Keefe gave the study. Coming Events Tuesday American Legion Auxiliary has meeting at the hut. Wednesday Town and Country Club meets with Mrs. G. G. Caudill. Central Parent-Teachers Association has 2:30 p.m. executive board meeting followed by regular meeting at 3 p.m. at Junior High School auditorium. Thursday Thursday Contract Club meets with Mrs. G. G. Caudill. Friday Mrs. W. A. Stickmon, Mrs. W. N. Stanton are hostesses to Past Matrons and Patrons Club at covered dish dinner at 7 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. Explorer's Club has meeting at the Country Club at 7 p.m. Blytheville Woman's Club has annual musical tea at the clubhouse from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Sunday Blytheville Civic Music Association has final concert of 'this year's series, at 2:30 p.m. at the nigh school auditorium. Delaware, first state to ratify the Constitution, retains the whipping post as a punishment for criminals. Read Courier News Classified Ad* FOR TOPS IN SCREEN & AWNING SIRYICE SEE OR CALL Knop Screen & Awning Co. Building Specialties 633 S. E. Parkway Dr. Phone 4233 Zephyr Aluminum & Redwood Awnings, Venetian Blinds, Aluminum Screens & Perma Shade Aluminum Awnings. Featuring Nationally Advertised Products Taking Vitamins? Take PLENAMINS ...the Multi-Vitamins that give you 3 Big 'Extras plus important red Vitamin 812. __ ,72 capsules ——^—^••i^M DELUXE TOOTH BRUSHES Choose the right brush for your moutti! 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