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FOUR BLYTHEVTU.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWg Jane Sliclton, Society Editor Photle 4461 Bride Doll Favors Given al Shower Favors of tiny bride dolts were presented the 18 guests who at- j tended the surprise crystal shower last night honoring Mrs. Billy G. Haynes, who until her recent marriage, was Miss Patsy McHaffcy The bridal party was given by Miss Bobble Estes at her home on Davis Street. Colorful daffodils were arranged about the entertaininp, rooms and throuphout the home for the occasion. The dining table from which refreshments were served later in ' tlie evening held a large brirte du'.l, drewed in a formal gown, cotuplcle with a wisp of net veiling and tiny bouquet. Fern studded blossoms encircled the base of the bride scene, f Twin candles burned in crystal atj either side. ; The evening's entertainment \vasj made tip of" bridal panics, with prizes coins; to Miss Doris Bran and Miss Joan Earls. . A rolling pin on which each sliest Inscribed their name and bits of, advise and wishes was presented i the honoree. i After Mrs. Haynos had opened her gifts n dessert course was served by the hostess, who was asisted by her mother. Mr. Tim Estes and sis-! ter. Miss Jackie r-Jtes. For the occasion the honnree dressed in a u-onl frock of powder j blue worn with navy blue accessories, j Mrs. Murray McHaffcy. mother of i the bride, was a special gue?t. j CEO, Guesls Entertained At Dessert Bridge The GEO Club and two sucsts, Mr.s. Lewis Henderson and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, were entertained last night at the home of Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney with a dessert bridge. Bits of News Wlottfn f\ l IN CAPITAL WHIRL — Congresswoman Edna F. Kelly (D., N. V.) manages to squeeze n pro- brcykfnst hike ride into her busy Cnpilol Hill routine. She's taking a turn around the lulnl Ixism lo admire Washington's famed cherry blossoms. Mrs. W. Borowsky Heads Chapter Mrs, William Borowsky of Manila «-fi.s recently installed as president ol the Annie Wclnberg chapter of B'nal B'rilh Women TI,» i«. Dr, and Mrs. Milloji Webb are In Little Rock attending Ihe annual Arkansas optometric Convention. They will return late Thurs- d ay. Mrs. Charles Gray and son aic now at their homo 101 E. Rvcamorf where they wri« removed Irmn Walls Hospil.il, The baby, flu'ir first child has been named Charles Clary. Mrs. Gray is the former Miss Inez Southard. Mrs. Delia ozee left ye.sierrtai- for Carbondale, 11), to attend the funeral services of her aunt, Mr.s. j. M Underwood. Rites will he Wednesday in Carbondale. Miss Mary Umily Wilson has re- tnrneil to her home in Memphis after spending a week here wii.h her mother, Mrs. n. 13. Wilson, «:io was ill at Walls hospital. Mrs. Wilson's son. John Bruce Wilson and Mrs. Wilson ol Dclaplaill, Mo., were weekend puests of .Mrs. Wilson. Mrs Wilson's condition is repoti.ccl as satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Wooilrow Hardy and (taiiglitcr.s, Patricia and Martli.i, Mr.s. j. w. Hardy and llaywood Hardy spent Sunday in Meinphh with U. Jack Hardy, while there they also attended the Detroit- Mcmphts baseball game. They ,'isit- ed in West Memphis as guests of Mrs. J. W. Hardy's sister, Mrs. Frank Spiccr and family. Mrs. De',\ ve. Fortenbc-rry of Birmingham. Ala,, is visiting friends in Blythcvillc.' and Cottonwood Point. Mrs. D K. Bonrfdurant left Sunday [or her hnrne In Fort Worth. Tc.v., after visiting here as guest • ot relatives and friends. I Pfc. Eddie Zimmerman, who is stationed at Fort Hood, Tex.. Is visiting here with Mrs. 7,immerman. bousuet of gladioli arranged in a tall vase. Jn the games, Mrs. Johnson Blackwell won high score, Mrs. Joe Evrard, second high aiiri Mr.s. Jamfs Rogers, bridge. • * « Handkerchiefs Showered Upon Mrs. Harold Hall A handkerchief shower at the Harold Medlin home on Ertward.s yesterday honored Mrs. Harold Hall, who with her family is leaving soon for Oklahoma City, Okla,, to make her home. Potted plant,s decorated the spa- dou; room in which the eight (ii&tyi were sealed lor the informal entertainment. • A dessert course was served by Mrs. Medlin after the honoree had opened her gifts. Duplicate League Plays at Hotel The Duplicate Bridge Leasue met Hlturday afternoon at Hotel Noble for the bt-weekly game and a discussion of the invitational bridge tournament next week in Little Rock. In the five table league, Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. F." E. Black DATE SPECIAL held in the recreational hall of Temple Israel. The dinner Invocation was given by Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi. Following the meal. Mrs. Siegbcrt Jiedel conducted the candlelight installation rites. Taking office were Mrs. Jerry Cohen, Blyt.hcville. vice president' Mrs. Ben Nichols.! BlyiheviHe" forThTwec'hend. Oscepla, secretary; Mrs. Lynn Van Netta. Blytheville. corresponding secretary; Mr.s. Sydney Plait. Biy- theville. cenlenial: and Mr.s. Sam Iheir guest. Mrs. D. VC. Rondrlnrant of Fort Worth. Tex., returned to Blytheville Saturday from Burlington, N.C.. where they had visited as guests of Mrs. Moliy Manuel. En route home they visited Pvt. Charles Roy Lutes at Camp Gordon, C.a. Pvt. Lutes accompanied them to . . Joseph, Blyt.heville. treasurer. Mrs. Ed Weiss ot Osceola Is the chapter'.; retiring president and wa.s presented from the group a past president's pin. Husbands of the chapter members were quests for the evening. Lesson Studies Groups Conduct Luncheon Meets A "bring-a-dlsh" luncheon at. the E. M. Terry. Sr.. home yesterday entertained the Faith sroup nl the Christian women* Felowshlp of the First Christian Church Spring M> --• •• flowers formed Ihe center desi-n i e lxl san led in the openinz pray- Lesson studies were presented for the circles of women and gue.sts of the Womens Missionary Union of the First Baptist church yesterday, when the groups met in various homes. Mr.s. E. C. Edds was hostess to 12 members of Circle One for a session which opened ivith prayed bv Mrs. Alvin Huffman. Mrs. Shelbourne Brewer taught the lesson followed by ths closing prayer by Mrs. Lln^ood Lewis. Elevenijnembers and one guest "f Circle : Two met al the home of W ' Ml k* FeI '"*y. Mrs. Thco- by a er followed by the lesson which was taught by Mrs. W. Marion Williams The Lord's Prayer was repeated in unison to close the meeting. Mrs. E. H. McClure gave the lesson study at the meeting of 13 members of Circle Three at the of Mrs. Jim Craftcn. Mrs. Ted King led the opening prayer. Mrs. H. H. Brooks the closing prayer. Prayer by Mrs. Charles Ne.wc.omb opened the meeting of eight mem- . » •"• | ners of Circle Four at the home of home was held by 13 [ Mrs. Is'ey Hunt. Mr.s. c. S. Lemons ' • ll ~ ' taught the lo.'.son followed by prayer t the Hope Group. [ by Mrs. Jesse Sseman. i narham save (he i Mrs. C. p.. Johnson was hostess fir luncheon ivhich' at hrt- hrvnp tn n members of lor the serving lab!.. Mrs. Albert Taylor was worship leader for the, period following. Mrs James Terry presented the artcr- ncon program and was a.ssistcd by Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. w. D. Cobb. Mrs. „„,, f- L. Ward. Sr., Mrs. Russell Havs u£" and Mrs Edwin Robinson. " ' A short business meeting followed the program after which DIP meeting was closed with the missionary benediction. the C. A. pert. Craft Mrs. 0 invocation was follow . • '"suicss and pro- Circle Five for llm meeting which' II '«'.»' ™ Kll!acri b - v M «. "1'C'icrl with prayer by Mrs. John John C. McHaney Homer. Mrs. Charles Kay Lester D. stnibhar gave the j comb taught the lesson followed ov opemnc prayer irllowed by the I prayer by Mrs. Woody Jackson. April world call study which was [ Mrs. Pearl Hires a'nd Mrs. C. E. led by Mis. Frank Brown. Mrs. U. Newsom Heads Circle One Mrs Udell Krwsom lasi nichtw named rliaimuin of the nevlv .,j. . caiii.^-,! Circle One ot the I)"]'l'B.ii)- ! Nill(l ' Mrs - C3rl Tale nnrt Mrs - '' ti".t Woint-n'j Mi-siomrv Union | Burnett led prayers during the Evans were hostess at the Kites home to nine members of Curlr Six. The meeting opened with repeating of at watchword and Loid's Prayer. Mrs. Evans tau.sht the lesson and Mis. Hoyl Brown led the closing prayer. MrSl Bcrl " ° " s entertained II "icmbcrs and Ihrce. guests ot Ciixlc H Mrs. C. A. Smith was ho=tcs Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Friendship Night of the Order ol the Eastern Star at the Masonic Temple at 8 p.m. Javcettcs have ^ p.m. meeting at the nazorback. Mrs, Phillips Apple baum and Mrs. Ethel Blackard In charge of arrangements. East Side Garden Club meets I at Lake Street Methodist church at 7;30 p.m. In addition to the rce- | ular proRrrm will be a display on ; the modern usage of i>alnt, ! Duplicate Bridce l^eaRiie at the Country Ciiib at 7;3D p.n> Music Recital of Mrs. EriMh Sie- phan's pupils at 3 p.m. at the First Methodist Church. Wednrsd.-i.r : Mrs. Herman Besharsc hostess to I HiRh Two Club. CIB meets at the home of M rs W II. O'kccfe for dessert bridge Mrs. C. W. Afflick hostess at her home for i p.m. luncheon honoring Chapter "D" of PEO Sisterhood Mrs W. M. Williams, co-hoslcss. Mrs. Otto Scrape entertaining Club Kiehl. TLE meels at the home of Mrs. Hobert WeMm.in. ' Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Thursday Mary Martha Clays of Ihe First Baptist Church meets at the home of Mrs. lir-n Maycs .11 7 p.m for liolluck supper. Mrs. E. A. Rice Mrs Russell Weil and Mrs. J. J. Cookston, co-hostesses. Suilbury PTA ha= Fathers' Nlcjhl at the school at 8:00 p.m. Exccu-| live Hoard meets at T.3Q p.m. i Octette Club meets at the home of Mrs. n. C. Rose. j Mrs. W. F, McDanlel hostess to : Mid-Weck Club. ; Thursday Honk entertained at the | hoir.e of Mrs. Cleo Wren. i Mrs. Bill Hawkins entertains with I dessert bunco honoring Alpha Beta i Bunco Club j Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs.! Harry A. Haincs. j Thursday Contract Hireling at the home of Mrs. Rodney Bannister. Duplicate Bridge Lcapuc mcels at Hotel Noble at 7;30 p.m. Friday Ladies Day at Cour.try Club. 1 p.m. luncheon bridge canasta. Mrs. Loy Welch hostess to Friday Contract Club. Saturday Informal square dance- nlcht at the Country Club. Dr. nnd Mrs. James C. Guard and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith, hosts and hoslcr-sos. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Stlnday Tc-a in honor of Mrs. J. C. Droke. 'Woman of the Year' 3 to 5 p.m. at j Hotel Noblp. TUKSDAV, APRII, 18, 1051 .,.>,,,,,,„ „.,. —Courier News Photo HIOLKS SU.f.CTi;,) FOR STYLE SHOW-Models for the style show lonleht at 7:30 p.m. at the high Calvary Y. W. A. Has Program Study Course Is Concluded Serve" iAkf r n"tmm° SCe ^ T °' The . Rel '' Gmrec ^Ohfhey led ship Bulletin was presented last j book, "We Seck'nim Together" last night for the eight members and might at the weekly nieotini? of the one guest of Calvary Baptist Voting! Womens Society of Christian Ser- Womens Association, who met at! v ' ce "' L ake street Methodist the home of Mrs. Don Aycock. Church Miss Jean Norman gave the opening prayer followed by the program hi which Miss Bonnie Webb. Miss Bonnie Pceples. Miss Berna fondren and Miss Norman participated. Prayer by Mrs. C. S. Birmingham preceded the closing prayer by Miss Alice, Priest. Mrs. Aycock served refreshments in the social hour. Prayer by the Rev. McGhehey opened the meeting for the 11 members and guest. Mrs. Max- Mattfs Mrs. Billy King presided over the business discussion, which was followed by a devotional by Mrs. McGhehey. After the chapter discussion. Mrs. C. T. Shamlin led in the adjourning prayer. With the Courts Chancery: j Lucille BaiiRhrnan cl al vs. Sybil' Dcnton, et al, petition for annulment. ' ; Seven Marines' Join U. S, Marine Corps WASHINGTON, spite record numbers of new re- cruil.3 there are yet only seven "Ma! rines" in the Marine Corps. The i scvf n. all named Marine, ranse from a master sergeant to a private first class. They are: Master S»t. Noel G Marine, Haverlock. N.C.; Tech. Sgt. Joseph N. Marine, Springfield Mass.; Sgt. John D. Marine. Oakland, Calif.r Cpl. Edward E. Marine. Oshkosh. Wis., Sgt. victor J. Marine, Downington, Pa.; Cpl Alnnzo W. Marine. Jr., Cambridge. Mr!.: Pvt. 1C Houston D. Marine Hurlock, Md. A good safety precaution when removing splinters from your child's knees or hands is to scrub the piercctt spot well with soapy .vatcr. Before attempting to remove it, stick your needle into a cake of soap for an additional safety measure. IN THK PROBATK OUKT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OP J. W. SHOUSE DECEASED, Notice of Appnljiliiienl of Kxeculrlx Last known address of decedent Blylhtville. Arkansas. Date of death of decedent, March 31, 1051. An instrument dated Jsilv 13, IflSO was on the 9lh day of April, 1951 admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent and the undersigned has been duly appointed Executrix thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them duly verified, to the undersigned within six <r,> months from the first publication of this notice, or they shall Church Women Meet in Homes Women of the Presbyterian Church met in Circles yesterday and last night In homes of the members. Circle One met at the home of Jvtrs. M. p. nay, with Mrs. Mason Day. co-hostess. Mrs. a. W. Dillahunty was the only guest with 19 members attending. Mrs. Roy Walto., was devotional leader. Mrs. J. E, Cox wa.s the only guest with the 17 members o[ Circle Two who met at the home of Mrs. Monroe Grain. Jr., with Mrs. S. E. Tune, co-hostess. The devotional leader wa s Mrs. C. M. Gray. Mrs. Jesse M. white was devotional leader for the 17 members and one guest. Mrs, Raymond Fowler of circle Three who met at the home of Mrs, Joe E. Deasley. Mrs. A. p. Dietrich was co-hostess. Two new members. Mrs. Raymond Martin and Mrs. Nancy K. Trislcr met with 21 members of circle Four at the home of Mrs. Elbert Huffman. Mrs. o. A. Hallman was co- hostess to the members and two Kiiests, Mrs. Howard Kirkland and Mrs. George Dillahunty. , Last night 19 members and three gue.sts of Circle Five met at the C. M. Gray home. Miss Mac Dison was hostess, Mrs. Jewell Smith, co- hostess for the evening. The groups' guests were Mrs. Gray, Mrs. Walton and Mrs. Fowler. Mrs. Walton iva-s devotional leader. Social hours followed each adjournments. 13 Attend Class Meeting in Home "A Loyal Christian" was the devotional presented by Mrs. Murray Smart fp r the 13 members of the Gleaners Class of the First Baptist Church, who attended the business and social meeting last night at the C. L. McWalcrs,, Jr., home on West Main. Prayer by Mrs. Matt Monaghan opened the meeting followed by the evening's devotional. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon led the prayer to close the business portion of the evening. !n the social hour, games snd Informal entertainment were under the direction of Mrs. Russell Parr. . The hostess served party foods. be forever barred and" precluded from any benefits of the estate This notice first published Ihe ID day of April, 18S1. ARBA ALLEN SHOUSE Arba Allen Shouse. Executrix of tha estate of J. W. Shouse, deceased c;o Holland fc Taylor, Blytheville, Arkansas. 4 10-17 Reart Courier News Classified Ads. Listen (o KI.CX al 10:10 a.m. and 1:011 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Rn* Office I'honc 275'i Office rhone 6!)B8 Box Office Opens at 1:15 Show Starts 1:00 p.ni. Continuous Showing Everyday Tuesday & Wednesday Patricia 9 Dennis NEAL MORGAN "Raton Pass" Also Selected Short Subjects tcinrx>n. Mrs. James Kelly taught ; . Hubener By Sue Ruvne.tt she oc.-:srrt . Smith course was tier home to the 12 charter mem- ; lhe 'tsson. brrs atlenrtina. Others named to serve are Mrs Smith, vice chairman and publicity director; Mrs. Pau! Gillil.inrt .er ' i«aiy: Mrs, J A. Sisman. trcaiu're,- Mrs A K. Caldweil, proctam chair-, | nun. M,^ Martha Crocker, stew- ! Mrs, Louis F. Hubencr enlcrlaincti ,.>rrts.il,, chairman: Mrs. R o. riill. I n,r,,,l,crs of St. Cecelia's Guild at nnvlr^li '"' KI "- K rhairman; Mrs. the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Slc- 1 \inii i nlr """' Rj ' v '"der: mid Mis i phrn's Kpiscopal church last night .. i na Bn«eii. inifMon study leader ' at her home. Two eiir-sts meetins \i- v!, 1 ' t r " nmilucp rompo.<rd of u in, thp Build members «erc Mrs .M,... Ethel Meadows. Mrs. Clinton : Jack Sahba and Mrs. Morelanrt. .-'"ii'l. Mrs. Noah Miles and Mrs The devotional was presented by a, V^Ti ";!" 1 " d Mrs. W. J Kitzhugll. followed by n , ,'" e '" "a'nin. WMtl president .brief business session presided over «»- 'he Circles only e,, rM bv Mrs. O. O. Hardaway. build; -crvrrt in- ch.iinnan. i The proziatn. * contlnnatmn ol j ,-_-—-' I thr - c! ' :r iV of the book. The Hcifyj v—- i-u^^t,.-. Html .SHI nccK- I- 111 * 1 'Jim ttojeson wcie ^nrtinri nl.i.^ -lptv<rr.^. \\,-\? gi\en by Mis. 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