THURSDAY, FEBHUAKY 15, 1940 Osceola .Society—Personal JTiYTIlBVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS WorM Day of 1'raycr -Members of diu'ercnl religious organizations in town pfirtlcipMieil in (lie annual World Day of I'rnyer program held at Hie Calvary Episcopal church on Friday in'a program arranged and led by Mrs. ti. L. Glndisli. Tlic event held c.-ich year together with similar ones throughout the world is In the interest of world peace and brotherhood, fellowship, inspiration and promotion of the causes fostered by the Council of Women for Home Missions, with offices in New York. Discussions were led by Mr.s. Joa Young, Mrs. H. B. Jones, Mrs. W. A. Butler, MM. W. W. Prewitt. "Have Thine Own Way" was used .as a solo by Mrs. G. Ilartsill Bunks. Musical numbers were accompanied by Mrs. Lester M. nick, ford while Ihc cut flowers ami greenery used in decoration of the altar and chancel were the gift of Mrs. Betty Nell Starr. "In Quietness ntul In Confidence Shall Be Your Strength" was the general theme used in the program. Entertains Officers Mrs. T. E. Schooler, worthy ina- Iroil of the Osccola chapter of tne Eastern Star was hostess to the officers and their substitutes at a supper party In the Masonic rooms Tuesday night. Twenty-seven were present. . Blue and white, colors chosen by Mrs. Schooler for her year's administration were used In the decorations, with blue and white candles in silver holders on the table. Valentine place cards marked places for the guests. Following supper a practice perio:! was held belore the regular meeting. Has Birthday Party •Mr. and Mrs. Guy Driver were hosts to 20 sm:dl gins for a thealei -.party -and social hmu- at the clrus store on Friday nlgnt honoring tut eleventh birthday of their daughter, Charloiie Driver. A special section of the Gem Theater was reserved lor the children to set- Spencer Tracy in "I Take Tins Woman" and Ihe March of Time on the Russian-Finnish War. . Mrs. G. C. Uunvage of Memphis, grandmother of Charlotte, assisteu in receiving and entertaining the children. - Among those who were invited but could not come on account 01 fin 'and colds were Karen Young, who was celebrating her fourtn birthday; Evei.vn Jean I'igg, Peggj Jane Driver, Delia Shippen, Booby 1 Jean and Alice Ann Davidson. Junior Circle Mccls Mrs. H, M. 1-ieiclier was hostess to members of tne Junior Circle of the. Women's Council of the Christian church in her home Monday alternoou when Mrs. W. E. Johnson taught the Biole lesson from Hebrews. James, and I Pcier. Several proposed outlines ol study were considered ami one be Ihe StrliijffeJJow of Little iioek, mid Miss lima Stunner of Memphis spent the weekend here In the Sunnier home. Mrs. R. W.-Siuley of Conway Is u guest In the home of her daiish- ter, Mrs. Joe W. Rhodes and Mr. < lihodes. Another daughter, Miss Martha Sibley of OeWlit, came over ' for Ihe wet-send in t/ie Kliodi'sJ home. Miss Sibley is a member of'; the DeWllt High school faculty. j Dr. Mallory Harwell of Memphis | spent tne weekend as yuest of his parents. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. liar- well. He brought us his guest Miss Brownie Tiiain of Tahlscpiuh, Oiua. ; Miss Catherine Harwell. Miss Nell Hlicxle.s and Mrs. K. s. Driver spent Tuesday in Aii'inpm., »,,ji-j..! Miss Harwell played on a musical program for a Memphis Garden cmo urranged by Miss Louise Mercer. Mrs, Dwlght u. Blarkwnod and daughter, Mrs. Jaiie Driver, were Memphis visitors Monday. Among i those who went down Wednesday to see "Gone With lli<> Wind" were Mrs. Klnlcy Cartwilghl, Martha Jane Cnrtwrighl, Mr, and Mrs N U. Cartwrlght. Mrs. G. U. Durivaec of Memphis has been n guest In Die home of! her daughter, Mrs. Guy Driver and j Mr. Driver lor the past week. E. ii. Burns. Dan Reed, Coy Scifres, Miss Inez Kfncafd and K. B. Chiles of Pecan Point wore In ' Joucsboro Friday and Saturday for ' a divisional meeting of AAA administrators and extension workers. Mr. Chiles Is chairman af the i Bounty committee. Mrs. Douglas G. Rogers left! today for her home in Fort Smith ! following a visit here with her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Te.iford, and Mr. Teaford. . Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams,' their daughter, Mrs. U. S. Wilson Jr., and son, Snow Wilson III, with j Mrs. Bclva Marlin of Keimelt. Mo., returned Monday afternoon nom a lour weeks vacation in Avon »'ark, Fla. They were guests at the Jscaraiula Hotel during the time. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. icgruves and children. Mary Virginia and Nelson aegravcs, drove to Little Rock Sunday for the day with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Segrai'Cs Jr., and to make the pcquaimaince of their new grandson, George Hasl! Sc»rnves ill. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Reid drove I'D Memphis Sunday night lo meet Mrs. Reid's mother'and sister, Mrs. 1. W. Wright and Mary Susan Wright of Blytheville who were returning- from Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Wright, was a patient in the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Ralph Goodwin and son, Rotert, of Carutlicrsville, will spend the weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bmcli. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. McDearman jf Gates, Temi.. arc the guests of their son, M. B. McOearman Jr., .ir.d family the past week. Miss Cora Lee Coleman of Bly- 'chevllle" "spent Sunrlay'_willi Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Jones. Cullen-. Scifres ol Twist, Ark., was the weekend guest of his brother, Coy Scifrcs. and Mrs. Scifres. Mr. Scifrcs is connected with the new PSA project at Twist. Mr. and Mrs. Faber A. White, accompanied by her lather, J. L. Ward, went to Little Bock Sunday where they met another daughter, PAGE F1V1 Mrs. Louis Gwaitney anil decided upon by the end of m °" th - , . Gwillncy of Mcna, and spent Ihe flans for serving the Rotary (lnv wUn llH , m „, Little Hock. hmcneon were made. Methodist .Society Meets .''Social Changes and What H Menus lo Our Missions" was the subject discussed by Mrs. Mary Spann at the nicotine of the Mctn- oinst Missionary Society at the church Monday afternoon. The meeting was opened with singing of "America the Beautiful" lonow- ccl with the devotlonnl t-ilk and prayer by the Rev. Paul Galloway. Mrs. G. H. Scgi'aves, prcsiaeiu; Mrs. E. 11. Burrs, Mr.s. D. FrcU Triylor'Jr,. Mrs. G. hartslil Banks and Mr.s. CJ. W. Watson were iKmi«-<) delegates and alternates to the zone meeting In Blythcviilc on Thursday. During the social hour an informal reception wa.s held honoring Mrs. W. 13. Flannigan. former president of Ihe society. \vno.>e biruiciiiy anniversary oic-inrcd, on Sunday. Centering the table was a largo Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigg had as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green of Blytheville, and Car! and i31im Maxwell of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Qninn and daughter, Dixie Lee Quinn. were biisinew visitors Tuesday. in Blythevillq Mr. ami Mrs. E. S. Shippen have returned from a week's business (rip (o St. Louis. Mis.i Horlcnsc Loiickcs o,' Memphis, who was formerly employed as technician in the office of Dr. L. n. Massey in this city, spent (lie weekend here as pnest of Miss Dolli.™ Goswirk and Miss Ruth Ma.sscy in the Shippcn home. Miss Lou^kos will entertain a iiroup of Qsrcolans for suppsr in her home ia Memphis Sunday niSlil. Included in the party will be Miss Mnry Brown, Bess Bulhrd. Miss Dollic Goswick. MclaVcc Tate. Miss fay Stevens, Roy IHU- fotir-tieretl pink anil white ear.e lcrick , , Miss Dorothy Starr, and Mr. measuring W Inches at the base and Mrs. J. L-. Kent. and tapering to .seven inches ^ at j Mr. and Mrs. Soarcy Mcar.s have ..... ... ,.. _ ..... 1)(1 _. ;lm( , (1 ( | lc w ,, M a ,. sna n home in the west end of town and are jnovin^ i:i. Mr. and Mrs. Mar- the top. Assisting in serving the cake and punch were Mrs. O. Hart- Kill Banks. Mrs. C;eorge Abrcy. Mrs. E. II. Burns ;ind 'laylor Jr. Mrs. 1). Fred shall have moved lo .jonesbory. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cole of Nevv- ] port will move into the FlciMher Altcml Mi.lhrr's Funeral > |, omr formerly occupied In- the Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watson and M fi , r . s „>, ji.ilc avenue. Mr' Cole lamily and Mr. and Mrs. I-'. O. Um be employed bv the Terminal Gwyn and lamily were culled to ' oil Company. They have a daiMi- Kennctt, Mo., Monday on account i to- Jackie Cole. " ° of the clealb of Mrs. W. J. Ward, i ' mother of Mrs. Watson a:,d Mrs.! Gwyn, who died at her home there fcunuay afternoon. I Mrs. Ward, who van 75. had been Read CXuricr News want . , . in ill health for several months. She and lisr husband, who is 78. j recently observed their silli wed- whom survive. Have Kaby Son i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simmer j are the parents ol a son born j al their home Friday weighin.g ten j pounds. The baby has been named i Robert Clark In honor of his father. The Sumners have a tianah- (er. Mary H. Sumner. age 1. I Mr. Sumner's mother. Mrs. M. i L. Simmer of strong. Ark., came i over Thursday for an extciuletl i visit in the home of her son. Mrs. | Simmer's mother. Mrs. A. T. t'ause IMbcmufart I'nr mill!; relief from Uic "' iM V;>; t)f colds, lake 00(J Constipation Relief ThqlAlso * Stomach slwurnh is prolvbly l"Sdcrl up'v.iUl rcr- move. S ; > y."i< nocr! botii !Vp->'i'i'> l'"l-i l>rc?k up f;iM. llul riJi rndi^. ,i.r,| t, :f ,.\.., \\»irstoni^rl>, ait'l LTA;itivcS.:mvi tn I'n'il tlift trigger nil tli'KC lny Umvl.s. .' -, fc i;iro \-ij-jr Ijix^tivi? ;iUi ci* 1 :*-,;-!:; P ',-, .,, Talw'Or. Oilflw.-irr, I..-.x:i,'ivc ha'-' I-'ii S^'P '''.i?.'!!.^ *' m .*™. 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