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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) September 23, 1957, Blytheville, Arkansas PAGE TWO BLY1HEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1957 Society News MlM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3 4461 Bits oi News Miss Jayne Rose Adams Engagement of Miss Jayne Adams To Philip Withers, Jr. Is Told Mr. and Mrs,[url=http://www.toryburchoutletshoese@#$%&/]toryburch@#$%&[/url], George Crisman Snyder of Charlotte, Thornton Withers, Jr. Philip Thornton With ootball Time s Theme at Cotillion Club N. C., announce the engagement of Mrs. Snyder's daugh ter, Jayne Rose Adams, to Philip of Charlotte, son of Mr. and Mrs. ers, Sr. of Gastonia, N. C. and Mrs. John A. Adams oi Little Rock and Mrs. John C. white and the late Mr. White oi Osceola. A graduate of Ward Bclmont Preparatory School, Nashville, Tenn., Holton Arms Junior College, Washington, D. C. and the Univer sity of North Carolina, where she was president of Chi Omega Soro rity, Miss Adams was a member of the 1950 Debutante Season in Char lotte and was a maid of the realm to the 1952 Memphis Cotton Carni val. She Is a member of the Spinster's Club anil the Junior League of Char lotte. Mr. Whithers is the grandson of the ate Mr. and Mrs. Philip Thornt on Withers of Lynchburg,[url=$%&/]louboutins[/url], Va., and the late Mr. and Mrs. William George Lane of AltaVista, Va. He attended Davidson College anc University of North Carolina vjhere he held membership In Kappa Sigma fraternity. A former resident o Memphis where he was associated with Qrvls Brothers Company, Mi Withers is now a member of th firm of R. S. Dickson Company Investment Bankers of Charlote. A fall wedding is planned. Rosh Hashono To be Observed At Temple Israel At sundown Wednesday the Jew ish New Year, Rosh Hashono, begin marking in accordance wil the old Hebrew calendar the yea 5718. Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temp Israel In Blytheville, will condu> New Year services in the ma auditorium of the Temple Wedne day evening at eight o'clock an Thursday morning at In the services the rabbi will assisted by the temple choir wi Mrs. John Caudill as organist. "It's Football was the coration theme Saturday evening hen Cotillion Club held Us first irty of the season in Plantation oom of Hotel Noble. Football penants, uniforms and were placed on mirrors nd walls of the room. The refresh ent table held a football scene mposed of the field, goal posts id majorette dolls. Approximately 100 guests attend the dance with Mr. and Mrs. d Stewart of Memphis as out of iwn guests. v The Starlighters provided dance lusic and hosts were Mr. and Mrs. iscar Fendler, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hord, Ir. and Mrs. John Caudill and Mr. nd Mrs. R. A. Porter. Mrs. R. L. E. Edwards, and Dr. Edwards. 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Recker of Walnut Ridge, Northeast District President of Arkansas Federation of Music Clubs, was guest speaker Saturday afternoon when Orpehus Music Club held a tea and program at Che home of Mrs. George Lee. Mrs. Recker spoke to members and guests on the organizational work of federation musical clubs. Guests at the tea were Mrs. H. C. Bush, Miss Lillian Shaver and Mrs. J. C. West. Mrs. Mary Emma Reed was pro gram chairman. Mrs. Loyd Owens presented two vocal solos with Mrs. J. Wilson Henry as accompanist. Mrs. W. K. Hendrix and Mrs. Hugh Croxton presented organ and piano duets and a vocal trio com posed of Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Henry anc Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., concluded the program. A past president's pin was pre sented to Mrs. Reed, who served as club president for two years, by Mrs. Recker. In the business session presided over by Miss Helen Hetherington, Miss Effie Lynn Allen and Miss Molly Autry were voted as new members of the club. District Fair Winners Heirloom Exhibit Cut Glass, Paul Pryor, Mrs Chester Brown, Mrs. E. M. Ayres. Pressed Glass, Mrs. E. M. Ayres. Colored Glass,[url=$%&/]replica rolex[/url], Mrs. Brown, Mrs J. T. Parsons. Hostesses for the tea hour were Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Lloyd Whfttaker. They used a gold cloth to overlay the tea table, which was centered by cornucopias filled with fruits and flowers. Yellow tapers in sil ver candelabra lighted the table. Duplicate League onducts Game Duplicate Bridge League played five table movement Saturday alternoon with 54 as average for the afternoon. Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr. were in first place with 65 points. Mrs. Jim Roleson and Mrs. S. E. Tune took second posit on with 62 Third place went to Mrs. F. E Black and Mrs. Russell Phillips who had 61 Vi points. Mrs. Ed Peters If Caruthersville and Mrs. Martir Jones of Union City, Tenn., were fourth with 53V4. were in Bipley, Tenn., yesterday to visit Mrs. Hancock's grandmother, Mrs. Tennie Newman, who is a pa tietn In Lauderdale County Hospi tal. Condition of Mrs. Newman is reported to be improved. Mrs. James Vest of Tulsa, Okla., arrived yesterday to visit her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hipp, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kolwyck. She vill be iu Jonesboro over the vveeK end to visit her sister, Mrs. James Wimberly, Mr. Wimberly and son. Mrs. Hipp arrived in Memphis oy plane yesterday and was me there by her parents and Mr. and Mrs. Wimberly and son. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rader havi returned from Clarksville, Ark. where they were called due to th At the Hospitals Mrs. Fendler Entertains Friday Club Mrs. Oscar Fendler entertained Friday Club with a dessert bridge at her home Friday The dessert course was served at the dining table which held a cent erpiece of early fall roses. Mrs. Bob Logan, Mrs. Farris Mc Calla and Mrs. Herman Taylor were bridge winners. Fidclis Class of First Baptist Church meeting in home of Mrs. C. H. TUESDAY Annie Armstrong Circle meeting wllh Mrs. Lucy Koonce. CIS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Randall Hawks. Tri Town Club meeting with Mrs. Gene Tea ford. Tuesday Canasta Club meeting with Mrs. L. O. Gill. Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Charles Crigger,[url=]louboutin shoes[/url], ill. LaPetlte Club meeting with Mrs. Dale Dunlap. Country Club Bridge League meeting. B and PW Club meeting. American Legion Auxiliary meet ing. WEDNESDAY Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. A. G. Hall. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Jesse White. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Herman Turner. PS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. John Bishop. preceded by executive board meet ing at THURSDAY NCO Wives Club social at NCO Club. p. m. Duplicate Bridge League meet ing. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. Birdie Lane. Mrs. E. W. Noland entertaining D Bly Bridge Club. 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