The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 9, 1954
Page 4
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»AQfi FOOT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1954 Jlr$. Nathan Wade, Society Editor Society News Snriptv UMitor • Phone 3-4461 DAR Luncheon Ends Year's Activies Here The final meeting of the Charlevoix Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution until fall was conducted yesterday following a luncheon at the Canary Room of Hotel Noble. Thirteen members and fourteen guests were present for the affair, at which Mrs. Charles Penn. and Mrs. James B. Clark were hostesses. A profusion of early summer blossoms combined with miniature flags provided decorations for the entertaining room. Mrs. W. Marion Williams gave the opening prayer and Mrs. E. J. Cure, regent, conducted a brief business session. Preceding the business, Mrs. Cure introduced the guests and one new member, Mrs William H. Hutson. Mrs. Williams gave a report on national defense, and Mrs. J. E Dicks presented a film on "Wil liamsburg Restoration." The guests were Mrs. W. J. Pol lard, Mrs. R. E. L. King, Mrs. C W. Garrigan, Mrs. W. W. Moore of Helena, Mrs. Edgar Borum, Mrs Alfred Vise, 'Mrs. Robert G. Me Haney, Mrs. H. C. Sims, Mrs. L. E Old, Mrs. Siegbert Jiedel, Mrs. C C. Smith, Mrs. John Cherry, Mrs W. F, Fitzhugh and Mrs. W. J Fitzhugb. Former Resident To Be Married Next Week Mr. and Mrs. Lawton A. Floyd of Charleston, Ark., are today announcing the engagement of their daughter, Miss Patsy Jacquelyn Floyd, to Lt. Sherman B. Peterson. Lt. Peterson is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson of Dyess and formerly of Blytheville. Miss Floyd is a graduate of Henderson State Teachers College and Lt. Peterson was graduated from Hendrix College. The marriage will be solemnized June 12 at Charleston. WMU Convenes At Baptist Church The Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met Monday afternoon at the church. Tb« opening prayer was by Mrs. C. E. Evans and the business session was presided over by the president, Mrs. Kendall Berry. A program on Formosa was under the direction of Mrs. B. B. Woodson, and was opened with group singing. The devotional was given by Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb and those on program were Mrs. Garrett Abbott, Mrs. C. M. Abbott, Mrs. Alvin Hardy and Miss Martha Ann Foster, who sang a solo. Closing prayer was byJVTrs. S, E. Reeves of Lake Village, Ark., who was visiting her sister, Mrs. Woodson. Best way to dry lingerie of the new miracle fabrics such as nylon, orlon and dacron is to hang them up and let them drip. They should never be wrung out as this will only result in wrinkling, which is what these fabrics won't do if allowed to drip dry. (NEA Photo) To rejuvenate an old lamp shade, apply a thin coat of white shellac and sprinkle fine sand on it while wet. When dry, cover with coats of the shellac. Overweight? SWEETENS INSTANTLY WITHOUT CALORIES! HAS NO FOOD VALUE Guwant&tl NON-FATTENING : AS A t f f m Dr.nki. ' >i •, ' ' vv's <irtd Cooling "<' 'V TT , : '•,/,• TF UNS ^**^^^^^***^^^^^^^^^im*^imi^^m^^^^m^ Qot it Of your Grocer's Mn. J. S. SUnrod Couple Married In Hernando JOINER—Mr. and Mrs. I- O- Bagwell of Joiner announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Betty Jean Bagwell, to John S. Stanrod. the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L- Stanrod of Wilson. The marriage was solemnized May 22 in Hernando, Miss. Mrs. Stanrod i* a member of the 1954 graduating class of Shawnee High School. They are making their home in Wilson, where the bridegroom is associated with the Lee Wilson Company. WSCS Meeting Held in Home Members of Woman's Society of Christian Service of Half Moon Methodist Church met last night with »Mrs. Jim Alexander. Eight members and one guest. Mrs. James Alexander, Jr., attended. Mrs. B. F. Gay presided at the meeting in which the hostess directed the program, "Student* in Today's World." Mrs. J. H. Richardson gave the devotional and other participants were Mrs. Gay, Mrs. O. M. Mitchell, and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins. Mrs. Gay dismissed the meeting with prayer, and refreshments were served by the hostess.'- Presbyterian Women Meet Masterpoint An executive board meeting of the Women of the Church of the First Presbyterian Church was held Monday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Ross Stevens, vice president, conducted a business session in the absence of the president, Mrs. Vernon Thomasson. Mrs. George Yates presented the devotional, after which various committees presented reports. After repeating the Mizpah, the group was dismissed. WSCS Committees Are Appointed Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met at the church Monday night when committees were appointed to serve for the coming year were announced by Mrs. George Shanks, president. Included were Mrs. V. E. Gregory, Mrs. O, J. Rodgers, Mrs. Joe Thomas, Mrs. C. T. Shamlin, Mrs. Mitchell Sanford. and Mrs. L. E Gay, program; Mrs. Shamlin, Mrs A. M. Van Winkle, Mrs. Don Lutz and Mrs. Mary Scrape, member ship; Mrs. Joe Strickland, Mrs. O J. Rodgers, and Mrs. Thomas, fi nance; Mrs. Shamlin, spiritual life Mrs. Thomas, Christian social re lations. Mrs. L. May, Mrs. C. M. Baxte and Mrs. H. E. La Shot, parsonage, Mrs. Minnie Vance and'Mrs. Alma McNeil, kitchen; Mrs. Gay, status of women; Mrs. L. E. Gordon, Mrs Billy King and Mrs. Paul Lipford publicity; and Mrs. Angie Hood Mrs. Gay, Mrs. Baxter and Mrs Thomas, dinner committee. Mrs. Shamlin gave the devotion al taken from an article, "Passing the Buck." by Will Rogers. Following prayer, each new officer read a list of her duties. Mrs. McNeil dismissed the group by prayer. DELEGATES — Carolyn Bird (left) and Alice Ashburn of Joiner served as delegates from the Shawnee Chapter of Future Homemakers of America to the state meeting last week. They accompanied their director, Mrs. Harold Howerton, to Conway whare the meeting was held. An honorary certificate was presented to the Shawnee chapter. Coming Events Wednesday Club Eight meets with Mrs. G. 0. Poetz. Mrs. Felix Carney is hostess to Wednesday Chillion Club. Thursday Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy will hold a memorial service 2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Gean S. Atkinson- Mrs- Henderson Hall will be in charge. Members are urged to be present. Blytheville Duplicate League meets at Hotel Noble. Mrs. C. S. Baggett and Mrs. J. M. Cleveland are hostesses to the Mary Martha Class of the First Baptist Church at the Baggett home at 7 p. m. Friday Mrs. Cecil Graves is hostess to the Stitch and Chatter Club. Mrs. G. O. Poetz is hostess to the Friday Contract Club. Venredi Club meets with Mrs Billy Joe Gean. Past Matrons and Patrons Club has 7 p.m. meeting at Masonic Hall for covered dish dinner and business session. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba and Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Kyle are hosts and hostesses. Trinity Baptist Meeting Held Members of the Jewel Abernathy and Evelyn Stanford circles of Trinity Baptist Church met yesterday at the church, when Mrs. R. W. Wooten conducted the business session. Sixteen members attended. Mrs. Bill Cook gave the opening prayer, Mrs. Porter Miller the devotional, and Mrs. R. C. Benefield dismissed the meeting with prayer. Members of the Mildred Matthews Circle met with Mrs. I. W. Jones with Mrs. Walter Falloway as guest- Mrs. Bob Coleman gave the opening prayer followed by the devotional by the hostess. Mrs- Ernest Walker, presided. Mrs. L. D. Marr closed the meeting with prayer. Marriage Licenses The following couples have received a marriage license from the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: John Shinault and Barbara Dixon, both of Blytheville. Calvin May and Betty Jo Dunivan, both of Manila. TAKE IT HOME! 1/2 Dozen $-100 FRIED SHRIMP .. • Razorback Drive-In Good news for Garroway Fans! Jf youV« wondered where you can get those cushiony, lightweight Keds that Dave talks up on his TV show, "TODAY*. . „ CHANNEL 5, TIME 6 to 8 am •EDS ABE BIGHT HEBE IN TOWI 0 MB STOBE IOW! COME, SEE! 6ONS I SHOES! White Bible Presentation Held in Home Miss Ann Johnston of Memphis, formerly of Huffman, was honored at a white Bible presentation and candlelight service at the home of her sister, Mrs. B. W. Wooten, Saturday night. Twenty guests attended. Miss Johnston will be married on June 19 to Bill Ursery of Memphis. Miss Maxine Nelson and Miss Geraldine Hatchell read the Baptist Young Women's Auxiliary dedication and Miss Charlene Pierce sang a solo. Mrs. Clyde Webb, YWA counselor for this area, conducted the service in which the Rev. Ray Crews, pastor of Huffman Baptist Church, presented the Bible. The Rev. and Mrs. Crews sang a duet after which Miss Louise Capps gave a reading, "The House of Happiness." Mrs. Jewel Ray offered a prayer. In a social hour following the service, the hostess, who was assisted by Mrs. R. W. Wooten, served refreshments. Combined Circles Have Meeting Business Women's Circles Eight and Nine of the First Baptist Church met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Ben Mays. The opening prayer was given by i Mrs. W. J. Rodgers and the business session was presided over by Mrs. J. M. Cleveland. A book re- j view, "Sacrifice in Song," was giv- j en by Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., | and closing prayer was by Mrs. ! Raymond Belknap. I One visitor, Mrs. Francis Woods, ' was present. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostess served refreshments. Methodists Have Meeting Members of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church met at the church Monday for a program, "Our Relations with Others," by Mrs. R. B. Stout. Miss Mary Hubler was program director. Mrs. J. E. McCracken of Memphis was a guest of the group. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Rex Warren and Miss Geraldine Listen. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: H. R. Mosley, City Mrs. Fred Nutt and baby, City Joy Clifton, Cooter Jim Moore, Paragould Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. A. A. Fredrickson and baby, City Donna Quinton, City Suzette Turner, City Drusilla Raven, City Mrs. John Ad isson and baby, City Cleveland Johnson, City Mrs. Estelle Colston, City Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Paula Hawkins, City Mrs. Charles Whitley, City Thelma Treece, City Mrs. Bob Garrett and baby, Steele Mrs. J. M. Aycock, City Betty Williams, City comes but once a year... it's Faberge's sunshine fragrance to top your sunshine fashions Shower Sot 2-oz. Cologne with Shower Shaker, gift boxed . . . 9.50 Coro*it« • • • • 1*tS 1.00 3.10 ••ffh fewfer 140 14f Rothrock Drug Co. 201 W. Main Phone 1-4411 PlUK Available Limited Time Only N. N. Club Entertained Mrs. Frank Wagner, Jr., was hostess yesterday to the N. N. Bridge Club, when Miss Shirley King, Mrs. Carolyn Berry, and Miss Emadel Swearengen were guests. Desserts were served preceding the games. Spring flowers were seen at intervals. Miss King won high score, with second going to Miss Ramona Crafton, and bridgo to Mrs. Tommie Westbrook. Bits of News Cooter News Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones, and daughters, Jeanette, Betty Sue and Carroll, were brought home this week end from the Peniscot County Hospital in Hayti, after spending several days there. They were admitted to the hospital last week because of food poisoning. Mrs- Linnie Duke and daughter, Mrs. Toni Lewis were in Dexter Friday to visit Mrs. Duke's sister. Mrs. Clint Coleman who has been ill in the Poplar Bluff hospital. She is slightly improved and has been brought home. Jack Lucy and son, Raymond, of St. Louis were home over the week end visiting relatives. They were acompanied home by Mrs. Lucy, who spent last week here. Mrs. Ect juawier was removed from the hospital at Hayti last Thursday to the Milan Hospital. She is now improving and is expected to be returned home Tuesday. Her son, Kenneth Lawler, is staying with her. Mr. and Mrs. Larvis McFall of Memphis spent last week with Mrs. McFall's mother. Mrs. Sallie Travis. They came especially for the wedding of Jonnie Campbell . Miss Melba Jean Edwards will leave July 1 for Washington, D. C., where she will be employed by the FBI. Mr. and Mrs. James Ashcraft and son, Jimmie of Jackson, Mo., spent Sunday here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Lish Russell, A. M. Hinson and Miss Patricia Hinson spent Sunday at Luray. Tenn., with relavties. They went especially to | attend the homecoming and decor- I ation day at Mt> Nebo, Term. Mrs. G. I. Byrd and Mrs. Leonard ! Johnson returned from Morrilton, j Ark., where they took their daugh- j ters, George Ann Byrd and Beth ! Johnson, who will spend two weeks I with Beth's grandparents, Mr. and j | Mrs.- 0. N. Hawkins. j The Rev. and Mrs. J. Louis Emmert and children, Elaine and Raymond, have returned from El Reno, Okla., where they attended the graduation of their son, Jimmy, from high school. Miss Paula Hawkins is convalescing at her home, 329 Holland St.. following a tonsilectomy at Chickasawba Hospital, Monday. W. E. Rhoads was admitted today to Campbell's Clinic in Memphis, where he win undergo treatment. He was motored down by the Rev. J. H. Melton and his wife. Mrs. Rhoads will remain with him. Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry were in Fayetteville, Booneville and Paris, Ark., over the weekend. In Paris, they were the guests of Mr. Cherry's mother, Mrs. W. R. Cherry. Marion Fitzhugh, son of the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh, underwent a .tonsilectomy at Blytheville Hospital this- morning. Mrs. B. B. Nally of Hot Springs has arrived here to be the guest of Mrs. B. J. Allen and family. Mr. and Airs. Kenenth L. Young and children, Kenney and Carolyn, of Borger, Tex., were the guests during the week end of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hipp, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Young returned to their home, but the children remained to spend the summer with their grandparents. Miss Julia Cruse has returned from New Iberia, La., where she visited friends during the past week end. Miss Eunice Brogdon and Miss Irene Crowder are spending this week vacationing in New Orleans and along the Gulf coast. Word has been received here by friends of Mrs. S. S. Sternberg of Dallas, Tex., that her daughter, Mrs. L. A. Klemperer of Chicago, is a patient at the Wesley Memorial Hospital on Superior Street. Mrs. Klemperer, who is in Room 1580. is the former Miss Helen Alice! Sternberg of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. James and son, Charles Douglas, of Jackson> Miss., were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry C. Davis, and sister, Mrs. Hazel McWilliams, Game Held by Bridge League A six-table Howell bridge game provided play for members of the Duplicate Bridge League last night at Hotel Noble, when monthly mas- terpoint scoring was conducted. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines won first place wtih 30 J ,i points, and second place went to Mrs- Frank Grigsby and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins of Steele with 80 points. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Russell Phillips won third place with 74!-2 points, while fourth place went to Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin with 74 points. Washington's Cascade Mountains average 6000 feet at their crest. and children. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner and son, Jack Horner. are planning to spend a few days in Hot Springs after which they will visit Mrs. Horner's mother, Mrs. H. K. Smith, and family of Wheatley, Ark. Mrs. S. S. Reeves returned to her home in Lake Village after having: spent several days with her sister, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, and Mr. Woodson. J. Cecil Lowe and James Cecil Lowe, n, arrived home yesterday from St. Louis. Bobbie June Berry of Sanford, Fla., is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wade, and h*er aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Wade, Jr., and family. Among the students who are attending summer school at Arkansas State College are Misses Jo Alice McGuire and Laura Alice Hemby. Dr. Martha England, who has spent the past week here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Jones, left this morning for Little Rock and Benton .where she will visit with relatives. First Lieutenant and Mrs- Charles E. Crigger of Columbus. Ga. t are the parents of a son born this morning in a Columbus hospital- The baby has been named Charles E. Crigger, IV. The Crigger's have a daughter. Ann Blythe, Lt. Crigger's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Crigger are in Columbus. 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