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*>AGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NJEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1042 . .Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. G. E. JKeek entertaining Thursday Contract Club. 'Table Club meeting with Mrs."W. Mps. B. A. Lynch having Mid? •Wqek Bridge C^ub. Catholic ' Young People's Club sponsoring bingo party, 8 o'clock, at Catholic Hall. EVENTS Mrs. Paul'Kimbrough entertaining C, B. C. Club. TWO iGlJESTS PLAY WJTH BRIDGE GLU Mrs: • Thad 'Nicol and Mis* TS T ancy Kirsimer .jplayjed. .cards with members of the Double G. Bridge Club - last night- they were entertained ,t the home of Mrs. Kavauiaugh Fr.apcis. Sandwiches and iced drinks were served during- the games. Miss Margaret Shaver was high and Mrs. tyi.col, second high scorer. •V » •• » LAKE STREET GROUP HEARS FAITH PROGRAM. , Seventeen members of the "Woman's Society of Christian -Service, Lake Street Methodist Church, who : raet Monday afternoon at the -.-church- heard a program .on - "Faith". .••'•-' i •."' Mrs. Georg'e Shamlin was leader . .pfi the devotional. Prayers were •"offered by Mrs. A. L. -Regan, Mrs. ."•.George Crews and Mrs. Shamlin. Mrs. \V. L. Green presided over the business session at the conclusion of which she dismissed the •• group : with prayer. « ' • • MRS. HICKMAN IS NEW CLUB MEMBER Mr. J. T. Hicknian became, a member of the .Chatterbox Club yesterday afternoon at the weekly- party at the home of Mrs. E. B. Reynolds. Mrs. -Floyd Tharpe was a guest. Irises and spirea decorated, the .Reynolds:;-hoine. The hostess serv.- ,~ecT"'a v sandwich.'plate with an iced . drink after the games. • -High prize w,ent to. Mrs. Reynolds, . "club" prize to Mrs. Lr B. Waiters •Lee Colernan and Mrs. W. A. Stick- mon will be hostesses to the club Tuesday night, May -19, at the Burnette home. - • • • AUXILIARY HAS BCS1ESS MEETING The May meeting for business and .mission information of the Women of the Presbyterian Church was held in the social rooms of the .church yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. b. C. McLean pro- sided. After the monthly reports v;ere made, the group voted to equip the mans* with an attic fan and ^6 make improvements in the pa.s- tor ; s study in the church. A committee of Mrs. H. H. Houchins and Mrs. C M. Gray reported a desk .and register had been placid in the church where church visitors i might register. Mrs. Jam.es A. Ov.erholser gave the report- of the delegates who had represented the Auxiliary at the Spring meeting of Arkansas Presbyterial in .Conway. In addition ,to Mrs. Oyerholser, the delegates were Mrs. McLean and Mrs. Ray •Worth ington. At this meeting, Mrs. G. W. PU- lahunty, retiring president, \v6;; named secretary .of religious .education for this district and Airs. D. C. McLean, newly elected president, was placed on the standing committee on nominations. Ths devotional study. "Omnipotence of God" as portrayed in Luke was given by Mrs. W. A. Doby.ns. .Mrs. Ross Stevens and Mrs. John McGilL gave a .dialogue on the book, "Defending of the Bulwarks." This set "forth the necessity .of a religious stress in all education that is to be meaningful. and low prize Weidmah. to Mrs Robert CLUB HAS PARTY FOR MRS. M. EMBE •Mrs. -"Bud" "Lutes was hostess to -the C and N Birthday club Fridai night, at the Dogwood Club. house ,in -honor of Mrs. .M. Emde, 1 who was celebrating her birthday. After the birthday supper was • served, Mrs. Emde was given a • traveling bag from the club. • • • • ' . • • » UUNSFORDS HAVE •••' FAMHJY REUNION- '-'A'--' • • • ' jV> V Mr. "and Mrs. Walter LunsfonJ, . of,Clear Lake, had a family re.- union Sunday at their home. -'•Among the 36 present were numerous relatives from points of Tennessee and Mississippi. • * .? PAST MATRONS HAVE PARTY AT EVANS HOME Mrs. W. E. Evans and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester entertained hers of the Past Matrons and Patrons Club last .night" at the Evans home on Highway 61 South. Mrs.'N. W- Kyle was initiated into the •Order. Twelve members and one guest, Mrs. R. A. Cop.eland, present-'Worthy Matron, wer-» present for the affair. After the business session, bunco was played. Mrs. Charles Alford' received the traveling prize', 'Mrs. Ccceland, the ladies' high prize an'd Mrs. Gus Eberdt Jr., meri T s high prize. -A strawberry dessert was served with coffee after the games. • Mrs.'L. M. Burnette, Miss Cora Helen Grace Caldwell idle Of J. H, Powell PSCEOLA, Ark., April 22. — A wecjding of interest to Memphis and Osceoia friends was that of Ivliss Helen Grace Caldwell of Memphis to .J. H. Powell, also of Memphis. The ring ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's parents ( in .psceola Saturday evening. April 'l8, with"" the bride's father, the Rev. J. H. Caldwell, associational missionary for Mississippi county, reading the service. The bride wore an afternoon dress of navy blue with white ac- Qesgprhs and corsage of pink roses. Graduated from the Ozark, Ark., High School, she has spent the past two years in nurses' training at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis where she was a student until her/marriage)-. - v The bridegroom, who was reared in Texas, spent several years in the United States Nayy as electrical engineer and is now chief elec- £rical engineer for the E. L. Bruce Company of Memphis. The young couple are at home at 1577 Court A've., in Memphis. More Than 100 Attend First Meeting At Methodist Church Last Night Charter for the Cub organization was presented the 48 Cubs of the city by Ward E. Akers, of Jonesboro, scout executive, last night at the first pack meeting at First MethpcUst Church which was attended by 'more than 100 Cubs, parents and visitors. The Rev. S. B. WiLford, pastor of First Methodist Church which is sponsoring the Cub movement here, asked the invocation and extended the welcome following the tinging- of "America."' A few remarks by John Caudill, chairman .of the organization and extension .committee, .preceded the presentation of the charter. He pointed cut that attainment of GO Cubs in this city was the enlistment gpal. O. P. Rainey, district commissioner issued a charge to the Pack Committee which is c6mpos- ed of J.'Cecil Lowe, Charles Grigger Jr.. Jamie T. Fox, Harvey Morris and C. G. Redman. This ccmmittee will meet once each month to make the Cub awards. Mr. Lowe in his capacity as committee chairman introduced Wilson Henry as Cubmaster and" W. L. •Crafton and Mr. Caudill as assistant cuhm asters. Den mothers who will meet each week with their packs of eight boy.> each were introduced by Mr. Mcrris, secretary-treasurer of the Pack committee. They are Mrs. W. L. Homer, Mrs. W. L. Craft,on, Mrs. J. T. We.stbrook, Mrs. Max B. Reid, Mrs. Kendall Berry and -r.Trs. Curl Davis. The name of Mrs. Davis was last nigni added to the list of den mothers which had already been announced. George Shamlin was presented as the den dad. To conclude the formal charter ceremony, Mr. Cubmaster Henry presented the den chiefs and den chiefs' shoulder cords- as well as the Cubs and Cub certificates. Stunts and a picture on Cubbing followed. The picture which was shown by W. O. Blue, was depicted the actual performances of Cubs in Shrev.cport, La., were the Cub- bing" movement has gained great momentum. The duties of Cubs and their ben mothers were shown Bite of News Mestly Personal Mrs. Mary Phillips Robison was removed yesterday in an ambulance from Memphis Baptist Hospital t,o her home on Highway 01 South. She has been undergoing treatment Bandmaster Announces Rankings Of Students fl 1 lUIJIilK KM I UK Band scents ranking in the fl U lllUULIIH I U H! uPP er rourlh of band members this .six weeks in honor points which I , y~- — : arc given for home practice, gain- Osceola Minister Elected! inK lirst cnair ' section rehearsals, n p P. . . , solos, ensembles, concerts, parades, by LOUnty baptist Train- attendance, scholarship and prop- r I • p ! ej'ty crew work were announced mg union UrOUp ] today by Charles G. Morhead, di' rector. The Rev. Harold B. Tillman, pas- j The band honor roll with stu- tor of Osceoia Baptist church, dents listed according to rank is was selected as moderator of the as follows: .George Hubbard, Kay Mkslssippi County Baptist Train- i Thomas, Constance Denton, Jere ing Union Association in a con- i Reid, Virginia Swearengen, Harry teronce Monday at Manila which ] Carter Parr, Steve Brooks, Mary wa,s tit tended by state and "district officials. Other officers named were as follows: The Rev. Ralph L. Doug- at the hospital for eight day.s and ,T \ > > r , * will be confined to her bed for six las ' ^ tor of Luxora ch ^' ch ' will be confined to her bed for six weeks. j tor adviser; Arnold Fowler 'Manila, director; W. Harris of of George W. Barham is .atUndins Bu ,. deUe> assocla ' te director;'Mis.s to .business in Jonesboro today. Claude F. Cooper has returned from Potosi, Mo., where he hus been because of thi? illness of his motlier. Mrs. C. T. .Shamlin Jr. has been removed to her home, 101 East Ash, after having been ill at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Shamlin. Joe Bauer Jr., who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bauer, lias returned to Detroit. He was here for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Reynolds v/ill leave Monday on a 10 days' vacation in the West. They plan to spend most of their time in New Mexico. At The Hospitals Walls Uaspilal Mrs. H. H. Martin, city, admitted. Lorene Alston, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Helen Thweatt, oi' Luxova, adult leader; Roy Bunch 01" Osceohi, young people's leader; Mrs. John Douglas of Osceoia, intermediate leader; Mrs. J. L. Newsom of Blytheville, junior leader; Mrs. H. Gream of Blytheville, story hour leader; Malcolm Koonce of Blytheville, group director; Rodney Anders of Osceoia, group director No. Two; 'Roy Porter of Blytheville, chorister; Mrs. Guy Mackman pianist. Dr. Clan Z. Hudson of Nashville, Tenn., Mrs. Edgar Williamson of Little Rock and the Rev. J. I. Casey of Jonesboro, district missionary, where the main speakers at the afternon session which was ic-d by the Blackwater team. The Rev. M. M. Hiasley was team leader. The .session openca with songs, Alice Kuner, Donald H^ckman, Bill Morse, Grady Magee, Mary Ann Smith, Harry Ray Brooks. The following students won first chairs by tryouts: cornet, Steven Brooks; percussion, George Hub-' bard; saxophone, Constance Denton; da rim t, Mary Reichel; trombone. Billy Jontz; baritone, Bill Morse; twirling, Frances Shousc. WORLDS UKCfST SELLER J. D. Anderson, Stcele, Mo., ad- ! fiC1r i p fl ur< L r?a ?i ni ( ancl , prayGr - a * ter mittcd. ' ^ Erls Davis. Marmaduke, wliich Dr. Hudson discussed the Ark., I ''Purpose of the Four Year Pro- . To Be Presented By S indents Here STJOSEPE __ ASPIRIN ^WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT IO^ JFor Original Beauty Creations Phone 2592 Caldwell Beauty Shop First National Bank Building f WANTED AT ONCE 5 room modern house located in Ward 2. Call 2268 I before 9 a. in. or after 6 Miss Helen Gibson Wed To J.ames True Lemons QSpEOLA, Ark., April 22.—The marriage of Miss Helen .Gibson of Csceola to James Tme Lemons of Blytheyille. is announced" today by her mother,' Mrs. Mary CaUuTine Gibson of Marstpn, M6. The single ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. M. Da.m- erpn, pastor of the Baptist Ghui'ch in' Portageville, Mo.i"at the home cf the bride's mother in Marston Sunday afternoon, April 19. The bride wore a beige suit w:th matching accessories and corsage of .gardenia, Her .sister, Mrs. Jean Johnson of Marston. was her only attendant with Edward Davis of Blytheville serving as best man . The bride was graduated irom Osceoia High Schopl in '1938 i.nd has since been employed at the Southwestern Bell Telephone .Company in .Osceoia. The groom was reared at. Big| gers. Ark., and is .connected with the AAA offices in Blytheville. The young couple are at nome with Mrs. W. B. Plannigan in Os- ceoia. Masons To Meet Chickasawba Lodge. No. 134. F. and A'. M., will meet in regular communication at Masonic Hall tonight at 7:30 o'clock. B. J-. Allen, worshipful master. asks all members to attend. dmitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. H. ! ' ." Mr. Williamson, the Rev. Casey and Dr. Hudson con- VlaUm, .city, a .son, late ycster- \ ducted simultaneous conferences. ay. who has been named Charles j At 5 o'clock, the Rev. J. I. lomiid. i Casey delivered the message on Born to Mrs. Charles EUett Cobb r., and late Mr. Cobb. a son yes- "Every .Church Member Growing-." Immediately alter supper. Dr. erday afternoon, who has been j Hudson conducted an Associational mmed .Charles Ronald. , ! Officers' Conference Eebty .Cameron, city, dismissed.! The evening worship for which ^Mrs. G. L. Heyde, Jackson, Mo.. | the Rev RaJph L Qo Ug i QS dismissed. Virgil Palmer, city, .dismissed. Blylhc.ville JLIospital Mrs. Alfred Sipes. Route 3, city, admitted. opened with a song. "Our Goals opened with a song. "Oour Goals for the Coming vear" was outlined by the Rev. Mr. Tillman; before Baby Churn, Sandy Ridge.; dis- i conferences were conducted. The nissecl. Eclwai'd Carter, city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital James "Cole. Osceoia, admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. W. W. Clanton, Steele, Mo., admitted. Rev. Mr. Douglas presented the award of recognition to New Liberty after which the Rev. W. C. Tharpe delivered a message on "Growing- a Great Training Union." ! Another name for okra is gumbo. tf TO US AMD HAVE HALTER'S QUALITY Shoe Shop 121 West Main Phone 273Z In observance of National Musi ^ the Blytheviile elementarj schools are planning programs o songs to be given the second week in May. Because of the sugar ra tioning programs which will b conducted in the schools the firs wsek of May, the programs origi nally scheduled for that time, have been postponed until the following week. This .series of music programs replaces the annual ail school music festival held each year at the city hall. As it was impossible to obtain the hall auditorium this year, there >vas no other place large enough to handle the Festival. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, els- mentar-y supervisor of city schools, lias announced that the programs will-be given May 13 and 15. Sudbury school will open the series by presenting a program of miscellaneous song.s at their auditorium Wednesday afternoon, May 13. 2:30 o'clock. Lange school students have selected patriotic songs for their program Friday afternoon. May 15, 2:30 o^clock. at their auditorium. Songs and dances of many nations will be interpreted by Central School students Friday night. In connection with the music observance. .Miss Agnes Weeks wil present a concert for the students of the four tli. fifth and sixth grades of all schools at First Methodist Church. Tuesday afternoon. Mav 12. p. in. 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