The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 9, 1946
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r*i»KTWU BLVfHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1940 resbyterian Women have 'Circle Meetings Three circles of the Woman's Aux- jry of First Presbyterian Church t yesterday . afternoon and Circle ]Four met last night at members' Mrs. J. .Farrls McCalla was hos- Circle One/'whjch" met at the jafoine' of Mrs. 6. W. biilahunty. In addition to the nine members present were three guests,.Mrs. C. M. Gr4y;ipniadent .-of- tlie' Auxiliary: Mrs! Robert E.- Lee King and Mrs. Hugh Nelson .Thompson of Clevc- rland.riiiss.t houseguests of Mr. and •Mrs. Samuel P. Norrls: r f , -gave the . deivplionn land program, "Starting Anew" In with the year's theme, pTsaiah Speaks of the Needs of Our [pay." Mrs. King dismissed the j-group with prayer. \. Mrs. J. E. Beasley was Hostess and A. F. Dietrich, co-hostess, to ^Circle Two with. 16 members pres Sent. A visitor was Mrs. Julian :G K\Velch of SelnTa,"" Ala..' houseguesl ~*'f Mr! nnd Mrs. L. S. Hart2og. Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd led the de. r'otional and gave the program jjirhich'. had .the: same. topic as , tha ;iv«n al/ Circle Oi\e meeting, Mrs: Vernon Thomasson and Mrs lesse M. White were, hostesses he Thomasson home to'l5"Wmbcr if Circle 4'hree. :,.- Mrs. G. W. Dlllahunty was jScharge of the program a SiouaJ. . ;Thc . group discus and devo ,ssed pli :or the rear. • j-_Circle. Four met last night with i?M£~Efwin1J6fies'"aria"Mfs. Lucy Mc- K~&t^.lhei -Jwiee--home. .Mrs. •Js -Circle chairman and hat her co-chairman Mrs. Hugh Hud- _*.In addition to the 14 members "^ sent were two guests, ^rs. Gray Mrs. Thompson. _ ; Mary Outjaw gave the devc- ifonal and pi-ogram, entitled "Why_ TKe Are Presbyterians." business session, Mrs. Jtorcne Eden was elected secretary JiBcl treasurer of the circle and Mrs. Jjrry Barker selected program Jobairman. r /^Committees and their cliairnien t Jointed by Mrs. Jones were: Spiral Life. Mrs. Ebb Spradley, So- 1 Committee. Mrs. McAdanis <8Kairman, with committee members f rs. W. C.' Leggett and Mrs. E. B nonias; Flower Committee, Miss ae Dixon and.Mrs. B. A. Bugg; '/Rtendance Committee, Mrs, H. G ^ickham. Miss Bess Hall and Miss icuise. Simon. Mrs. Wlckham also Jrtis appointed Pastor's Aid. A Spe f l Committee is made up of Miss 11 aw, Mrs. Bob Burns and Mrs irst Baptist WMS las Circle Meetings "Women of the Old Testament" 'as the Bible study subject yester- ay afternoon at circle meetings of ie Woman's Missionary Society of 'irst Baptist Church. Mrs. C. W. Affllck was hostess to ine members of Circle One, ^In- ludlng one new member, Mrs. Charles S. Lemons. Miss Cordelia Wilhlte led the peniug prayer and Mrs. C. 11. Wro- len led the devotional. The lesson ivas taught by Mrs. Alvln Huffman nd Mrs. S. M. Hood offered the losing prayer. Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. G. C. Hawks with 10 members resent. The opening prayer was ed by Mrs. II. H. Brooks nnd Mrs. "ed King taught the lesson. Mrs. Charles Newcomb dismissed the roup with prayer. Mrs. Joe K. Wuddy was hostess and Mrs. R. G. Cash, co-hostess, to 11 members of Circle Three. Mrs. R. E. BlaylocK led the oucn- ,ng pi-flyer and gave the elevotlonal. Mr.s, Hoy Head taught the lesson and the meeting closed with sentence prayer for Evangelistic serv.- ices to begin April 21 at the church. Watch the Little Things" was the title of ft devotional given by Mrs. Robert Grimes nt Circle Pour meeting. Mrs. J. W. Auten was hostess and Mrs. C. E. Johnson, co- hostess. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Grimes and Mrs. G. V. Daws nnd Mrs, Theodore Logan taught the lesson. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw was hostess to ilne members of Circle Five and wo visitors, Mrs. Blanche Sumners and Mr.s. Torn Russell. Scrip- ure reading was by Mrs. C. E. arlis, Mrs. E. U Hale and Mrs. J. :. McFall. Mrs. Outlaw taught he lesson. Prayers were led by Mrs. P»rks and Mrs. H. H. Burnett. Refreshments were served nt each of the circle sessions during a social hour. • » • louncil Meets Held Yester<ky Afternoon Groups ft the Woman's Council Represents Stdte I Bits of News ' Personal Ing In St. Louis. There will be no advance sale 01 iicktts which will be sold at tin Armory. « * • Mis s Lee Entevlains Miss Adiillnc Lee was hostess iiiBt night at her home on Bar- Held Koud to members of the Young Women's Association of first unplist Church. The l«e home was decorated with arrangements of Spring flow- i-rs for the occasion. [ Mr.s. c. E. Johnson taught the | K'WOTii on "Missions." Lakeji from the boe>k by Dr. J. B. Lawrence. Included In mem!>er;j was one new member. Miss Cleftlc Overman. I 7 an- Families Guests Al Dinner In Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Hussell C. Parr and Staff KiM'gt. R. W, Vrska returned this morning to his post at Fort limning, Ga., after a weekend visit here with Mrs. Vrska and ler parents, Mr, ami Mrs. Cornelius Muriel Kmulscil will ,(50 to North Little Rock tomorrow to compete In the regional American legion oratorical contest, to he hrlcl iit Nurlli Little Rock IllBh School. Miss Kmidsen, senior nt Blythe- vlllc High School, will compete with three other conUtsltmUi, slate winners from Oklahoma, Tex us imtl Louisiana. She will represent Arkansas. Winner in this contest will go to Otnnhu, Nebr, Friday, April 12, for the sectional competition. Mr. anel Mrs, Russell Haynes Farr were among the? guests last, night in Memphis at u dinner party given by Mr. ami Mrs. J. K. Hasson of Bly- thcville nnel Memphis. At Hotel P(?abexly, the dinner am ilnncc honored Lieut. Col. and Mrs. .Tetne-s Dunham, recently returned to Memphis from Panama. Mrs. Dunham is Mi', anel Mrs. Hussein's daughter, the? former Miss Marguerite lias-son. il for observation. Miss Bob Williams will arrive the last o! this week from her home In Owens-burg, Ky., to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Matthews and family for several days. Miss Williams formerly made her home in Blytheville and Is well-known here. Ensign Donald Hickmun aniv cd Sunday from New York for week's visit with his mother, Mrs. B. Thomas, and Mr. Thomas. Ensign Hickiiian, who recently rc- urncd from Iceland, will rejoin ilx ship In New York for a Hip Lo Caribbean area, Hodgson Modinger. signalman 1-c ill the- Navy, will arrive Thursdny for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Cornelius Modinger and family. Mr. Modinger has been In Ih'c Pacific zone for the. past year. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Florman had as the-ir weekend guests. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cohn of Mariauiu Ark. Mr.s. Ray Worlhington returned home yesterday from Memphis Baptist Hospital, where she underwent a major operation two weeks ago. At The Hospital, Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. J. C. Onrretl, Del). Cora Hell Davis, ejty. Mrs. Charles MoCollum, city. Manya. Kay Ulaiikenshii). city. Mrs. Cecil S:.yre. carutlicrsville Mo. Ted O. King. Cooler, Mo. Dismissed: f. lie'iiiiy Gil more anel tlcuiBh- tcr. Stwli', Mo- Ml*. James Moore, Manila. Mrs. Clyde Findi, city. Mrs. J. L. May, city. • Mi's. w. T. Isom, Black Oak Ark. Hlytliei'illr Hospital Admitted: J'ut Burks, city. Mrs. B. II. Lunglcy, city. Mrs- K. D. Warellow, city. Bill O'lliinnon. city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Christian, city, a daughter, yester- Mr. Morse aiid Mrs, nnd son, Mrs, Clarence Smith, CariUli- ler High School, Indiana. He en- erevllle, Mo. tercel tlie Army Air Forces and W. M. Taylor, Xeiser. wees stationed In England. Ho was Memphis Methodist Hospiial Ulisduufcd from the Army lap Admitted, j December. Mrs. L. I. Booker, Holland. Mo, ( The couple will make their home ... Joiner. Robo Jenkins Bride Of Hubert L. Craft A wedding of Interest to then" rlends In Northeastern Arkansas occurred at the Methodist parsctt- age in Joiner March 13 when Mis* Ruba Jenkins, daugliter ol Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jenkins of Gei'mau- town, Tenn,, became the bride e>. Hubert L. Craft, son of Mr. ano. Mrs. W. II. Craft of Indiana. I'a. The H« v - J- W. Moore, pastor oi Joiner Methodist, church, assisted by the Rev, J. Albeit Gatlln. officiated. Miss Martha Hushing of Joiner, was maid of honor. The bride wore a tan gabaroine I suit with dark brown accessories. £he was graduated from the Dyes'. High School, Dyess, Ark., in 1911. Mr. cratt is a graduate of Spsmg- . Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Bourcll. Stcele, Mo., a son this Byron Rhodes John Tucker, ol niornmy. Born to Mr. Lannley. city, and Mrs. S. H. a daughter this ^Refreshments were served at each j JM Ir.e meetings/ Hostesses With Party ftt- The Hut Saturday ipSondra Ann Lunsford and Rox- •liuic Johnson were hostesses to 60 HVnds, sixth and seventh grade .fiiSeats. Saturday night with a fp:mal dance at The Hul. iWDuring the evening prizes were iyerded in dancing contests and UJB~ "best jitterbuggers" were Jane Wilson and Pete. Williamson. Prize tfr.-the waltzing' contest went to tefbara saliba and Murray Smart jj. -Out-of-town guests were of First Christian Church met yes- LerdQ5 r afternoon at members lionies. Faith Group met with Mrs. H M. Beck. Mrs. Sam Hanley led the devotional, "Call Upon God" ant Mrs. V.. O. Miller led the Blbli study and World Call discussion. Mrs. Russell B«rhani was hosles to members of Hope Clroup. Mis James Terry gave the devotiona i»-llh the topic, "Thought of Aprt Magic." and the group dlscussei World c»ll subjects. Mrs. Albert Taylor led the de vollonal and Bible Study for til Love Group which met with Mr George W. Barham. Refreshments were served t each meeting and after soci; hours, .the group went to churc to continue their work In tl Easter campaign. Mrs. McGhee Hostess To Baptist Society Mrs. S. D. McGhee was liosless ycsierdeiy ntternoou to members of the Woman's Missionary Society ei[ Calvary Baptist Church. Mrs. Lclnnel Hodge led the pio- prescnleel ycstovclay at 1 Icthodlst, church Womeen'.s snciety p Christian Servlcu ineoUni; at the. 1 lurch. Mrs. Pylcs also C»ve? the sci'ip- irc reading and devotional. Mv.s. olcman Stevens, |)lunisL, uccoen- aiiied the group for (1 liynm ot ,)en the session. Mr.s. J. W. Adams J' 1 -. li» tl ns icr topic, "Basis for Peace in .alin America." Mrs. chairs 1^- Vylle (liscusseel "Literature in I-ul- n America," )x>liUiiiK out that nuch of the church lltcmtm-u in Latin America was a|K>iisorrcl by irgnnlznlloii In Hie United suite's. She tolet of the types ej[ Lnlin American lltcrnlurc s]ionsore>d by he Woman's Society of Christian Service. The meeting was closed with iroyer. Mrs. Hugh Whilsitl, iiiMielcnl.] ronducted the session. During the soe-wl hour, re-fre'sh- mcnts were sen'r<I in the', rerrca- llon i-oom • ol the chure-.b. Hostesses were Mrs. G. H. Grcar. Mrs. w. T. Oberst, Mrs. R. N. Hill. Mrs. J. V. Gates. Mrs. V. G. Holland. Mrs. Pyles iinei Mrs. S. B. Wiltord. Guests we're Mrs. Z''ph O'llrli-n nf Tiloomficld, Mo., Mrs. B. P. Guy. Mrs. p. A. Escurrc, and Miss Nancy Slc\'enson. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. Jesse Taylor entertains Tuesday Club. Mr.s. W. J. Pollard entertains Wednesday IJrlelge Club. Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn has Town atiel Coemlry Club. Mrs, Aubrey Comvny hostess at j Louis Friday to spend a week or 10 days will! her daughter, Mis irs, George Pyles eacis WSCS Program Mrs. George Pyles was In charge ] the program on "Latin Amcr- I hrl . homc sol W est Mutn, t o chap;''';•<;1 tcr D. P. Ii. O. Little Rock arrived yesterday tei be guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hyron Morse, for .several days. Mrs. W. I. Denton left f Sunday for Philadelphia, Pa., where she will wild two months with her daughter, Mrs. John J. Bunting and family. Mrs. Anne Stevens Hamilton and Mrs. JJelty Phillips plan to return home Wednesday or Thursday from fit. Louis, where they have been visiting friends the past several <tnys. Put Burks underwent an operation for appendicitis today at Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. A. M. Butt went to St. noimng. dismissed: Woodrow Huffey. Pascola, Mo, Mrs. J. L, Dixon, city. Mrs. J. L. Lindsey and baby Osecoln. Miss Mnlx-1 Hogan, cltv. Memphis Ilaptlsl Hospital Admitted: Mrs. R. L. Wade. city. Sisterhooel members, 1 o'clock. Mr.s. Herman May hostess to Initial Club members and their guesis. THURSDAY Entrc Nous Club guests of Mrs. John Poster. Octette Club meeting with Mra. R. C. Rose. GNU Clxil) meets with Joe FRz- palriek. Mrs. Bill Turner hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Mrs. Jesse M. White entertains Club Eight, Ficlrlis Sunelay School Class of First Baptist cluuch meeting with Mrs. J. G. Barnes. 7 p.m. FRIDAY Mrs. J. T. Stnlcup hostess to Initial Club. Friday Rook Club meeting with Mrs. K. B, Chitwexxl. Mrs. Blister To Head Yarbro School p. ^.Refreshments of. cookies and cold drinks - were served. aden and Nicky Barber, both of i groin, which. Mrs. McGhee began I with prayer. The devotional, taken from the first chapter of John, was taught by Mrs. Andrew Conley. Mrs. Bertie VanCSeve led a prayer. The 13 members present honored Mrs. Joyce Crocker with a miscellaneous shower. Refreshments of sandwiches and !rx3haperones were Mrs. J. D. Ums- •JjrB and Mrs. Smith Johnson. Brothers of the two hostesses. Pub Charter Members and Mrs. James Guard 'are mong the charter members of ae 20th Century Club, newest so- !cfal organization in Blytheville. §v In a previous Istory of this club, 'ttie nuncs of triese charter mem- 'feers were not given. Other charter Members are Dr. and Mrs. Newell B. r Jerome. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jiaisc-11, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert D. Jiammock Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. cor- Vltlnis Modinger -Jr., Mr. and Mrs ifiob 1-ce Smith, Mr. and Mrs ^Daleman Stevens, Mr. and Mrs •Eai .Stewart .and Mr. aud Mrs ,ffus«ll Hnynes Parr. V— ' ..-. avents of Daughlei' Mr. and Mrs. Willarel Hetls of Half Moon arc parents tit a daughter born Sunelny morning at Ihoir home. Their third child, she Iws been named Georgia Nell. They HIT alsr parents of a sou. Tommy l.oc. six nnet a duugliter. Uremia Fuye-, three Mrs. T3etts is the foniu't Miss Mildred Cash, daughter ejf Mrs. Florence Cash. ced drinks were served and Mrs. IcGhee dismissed the* yrovip with prayer. • Meeting Now In Progress st.ui* Pilgrim Church Pride Mj's. Verniee Drister was electee Jicsieler.t e)f Yarbro Parent IVach- AsscK'intion at a meeting yes- lerday afternoon at the school. Oilier officers to tci've next yoai •c Mrs. Leonard Hundley, vice. pi e^sielent; Mr.s. Cieiie McGuiie, sec rotary anel reported and Mrs. Tho mas Oeiom, treasurer. The next and last meeting ro this schejol term is to be heleJ I. II was announced. W. M. Robinson, and family. Mrs. J. Neal Gesell returned today to her home In Joncsboro after a brief stay here as gncsl of Mr. Gesell's mother, Mrs. J. S cscll. Mrs. J. P. Friend left this after- oon for Lufkln. Texas, where she called because of the serious Iness of her mother, Mrs. W. R. Jrownc. Mrs. Browne, who is well nown in Blytheville. where she ften visits her daughter and fam- y. suffered a heart attack Snlm 1 ay at her home. Mrs. II. L. Waele has been ad- littcd to Memphis Baptist Heispi- Coniino»-'»rt St»ow» l.OKF.NK'S BEAUTY S1IOF 121.1 W. Main Street 1'HONE 284Z Ijorenc Hamilton Georgia Hudson Sox Office Opens 1:4» Show Starts 2:90 1 I.IH'WJV TO • lum VZ:«S o.m Selected Short SubJecU Continuous Showing Everyday CAlin OF THANKS We want to thank our friend iin<! the- Hcv. Pierce nnd under lakers for. their kindness and lo the bciuililul [lowers given at th lime> e>r the denth of Mrs. Laura C,ip\is. ^Rilcy Capps nnd Family £istet's and Brother To Sponsor Dance Hew The Junior Chamber e»f Commerce will spemsor a dance here Siiiuniay night. 9:30 o'clock nt the Armory. Music will l>e provided by "Duke" Jackson anel his orchestra, mm play- j THE BEAUTY CLINIC Jlargaret T)ecn Smith, Owner Ingram Bldff. Phone 3214 ^ - - Special Music nnd I IGood Gosp«! 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