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9 AGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1949 Society J\lewA melia Saliba, Society Editor 9 Amelia Phone 4-161 D. A. C. Chapter Elects Officers at Hotel Noble • Mrs H. W. Wylie was re-elected regent of the Col. John Martin Chapter of the Daughters of the American Colonists at ft call meet- frig of the group held yesterday roon a I Hotel Noble. 7 Mrs. O. W. McCutchen was named aV-vic* regent or the group. Mrs. A. M. R. Branson is the new chaplain, Mrs J. C. Ellis St., is treasurer, Mrs. Marion Williams, historian. Mrs. James B. Clark was renamed historian. Mrs. McCutchen is librnr- jjin, and Mrs. Philip Baldwin of tittle Dock, is corrcspondliiK secretory j A report ol the recent state assembly of the organization held in little Rock, with members oj the local chapter as hoslesses. was pro- Rented by Mrs. Green and Mrs Wylle, and during the business session a donation of $25 was voted By the group toward the War Me- iiorlal Fund, whose drive start Jlonday. "' Preceding '.he business session th group was served . luncheon in lh (T_ain dining room of ttie hotel, Mrs. Whitis Is Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests i i Mrs. Newton Whitis entertainc the Tri-Town Bridge Club an guest* yesterday at Ihe home her mother, Mrs. P. E. Warren. Ill }Vest Walnut. Guests Included Mr Charles Afflick, Mrs. Necly Youn Jlrs. Jack Hale, Mrs. Melvln Ha • ell and Mrs. Dick White. •• Centering the (lining table was a floating arrangement of pansies jn a low bowl. The sinnlt tables each centered with a low Bits of News Mrs. C. L. McWaters Br. left ycs- crday for Juckson nnd Memphis, •enn., where she will vlsll for a y,-e other frystal bowl of pansies and spring flowers. ' .... "? In the bridge games played, Mrs. Gene Teaford won high score witli lecond high being won by Mrs. faarrard Candill and guest high Jjy Mrs. Hale. Mrs. Afflick was »lso presented a gift from the hos- Jess. .1 The hostess served refreshments if a dessert course. * . » • :Club Members and Gtiesls : |»1eet With Mrs. Crigger •!j The Tuesday Bridge Club was en- 'tertamed yesterday at the home ol "Mrs. Charles Criggcr. 801 West Wal- ;rmt, together with two guests. Mrs. Alames Roy and Mrs. Chester Cald- Vcll. \ Jonquils and gladioli in crystal •vases were arranged throughout the ^enterUiining- rooms of Ihe home. "i In the Blternoon bridge games, i •}iigh score went to Mrs. Roy with iMrs. Rilcy Jones winning second Jiigh and Mrs. Chester Caldwell, ,l>ridgo. •f Refreshments were served by Ihe Jiostess. Mrs. Ilobcrt E. Lee King who IBS licen visiting with her daughter, Irs, J. H. Botton in East St. Louis, II., has arrived for an extended isit wllh another daughter, Mrs. Samuel F'. Morris and Mr. Morris. Condition of Buddy Miller, who .as been connncd to his home, 500 .umeratc, with pneumonia, is lightly improved. He Is Iho son of Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Miller. Miss iJicey Jackson was dismissed rom Walls Hospital where she has been undergoing treatment for throat infection. Her condition is rnproved. She is now al her hcme it 1020 West Wnlnut. Miss Betty Dowcton of St. Louis Mo., nnd Mr. and Mrs. Dewcy Dow- don of Evnnsville. Ind.. returned lo Ihclr homes after hnvhiK spent sev cral rtnys here as guests of the! nurcnts. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Judd Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Knudsen re turned last night Irom Jacksonville 111., whore they motored their daiiRhter, Miss Muriel Knudsen, lo MncMurray College, where she Is a student. Miss Knudsen spent her spring vacation here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pat H. Mullis of Dumas announce the birth of a daughter last night, whom Uicy have named Fatrlcln. They have wo olher children. Bobby and Biir- cl Sloc'kclt. and formerly lived here. Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Bailey and children, Ann and Susan, spent the weekend In Kansas City. Mo., where they visited with Mrs. Bailey's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jumcs C. Mc- Mnllln and her brother, James L Mi-Mullin and Mrs. McMullln. Mrs. Harvey T. Kldfl Sr.. returncf to her home yesterday in Memphis after having spent sevcrnl days here Mrs. Gammill Elected Resident of Sorority Mrs. Francis Gnnnnlll last night ivas elected to succeed Miss Eutopia Whttworth as president o( the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. The election was conducted at a justness meeting al Ihe club room Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Tile Woman's Guild of the First Lutheran Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Herman Hoffman at 7:30 pm. Family Night will he held at the First Mi'lhodhl Church at 6:30 p.m Also covered dLi'i supper. Thursday Tne ISurdotle V T. A. will meet at Hie xilioo 1 at 2:30 p.m. The Javceettcs will meet at Ihe Rustic Inn al 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Orovcr Wren will he hostess to the Blylhevllle Hook Club. :n the city hall, when plans were also made for a rush party and combination model meeting for new pledges to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. D Foster. April 15. with Mrs. Gammill and Miss Florence Moore us co-hostesses. rians were also nude for a picf- eronltnl tea to be condutcd on Raster Sunday fur the new pledges nl the home of Mrs. Fred Sleiulman. The preferential tea will end the rushing activities and the rushces will bo pledged and new officers installed at a banquet to be conducted later In April. The new officers take over their offices Immediately nfter their installation. Officers to serve with Mrs. Gani- mlll Include: Miss Whitworth. vice- president; Mrs. George Hodges, recording secretary. Miss Wiltna Douglas, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Randall Hawks, treasurer, and Miss Dorothy Jean Illnginson, historian. MlM Barbara ChiM conducted the program last nighl. nnd Mrs. Hawks and Miss Douglas directed discussions on control of environment through work, health and recreation. as gunst of ht'r son. Ihe Rev. Harvey T. Kidd Jr.. Mrs. Kldd and children. Cnrolyn nnd Joanne. Mrs. Clarence HcndrickBon and children. Connie, Cathy and Dnvld left hy plane yes(cr<lay to return to their hnine In Chrster. Pa., afte having spenl two wreks here will her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Mulr. They were motored to Mem phis yesterday by Mrs. Mulr an Mrs. H II. Houchins. Miss Mickie Russell is visiting wit friends and relatives in Puhcha loulii. La. While there, she Is belli honored with several intorestln eronis. Jirtlulay Dinner Given -lonoring Mrs. Holder Mrs. E^sie Lcndemu'e was hostess o the Y.M. fljilhday Club yester- ay and also two visitors, Mrs. S. Goff and Mrs. A. J. Smart, when he entertained with u dinner party oriiitf Mrs. Clayton Holder, who vas celebrating her birthday. Dinner was served buffet style rom the dining table which was centered with an attractive arrangement of mixed spring flowers in a ow crystal bowl. Oilier flowers were arranged. throughout the home. Following dinner. Mrs. Lendennlfi presided over a brief business session, afler which the remainder of the evening was spent informally by the guests. Mrs. Holder was presented gifts from the club. Webb Entertains Nueve Club, Guests Aether Js'ueve Pre-Fostpr Services Held At First Christian Churc The Avolon Bunco Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs Norman Speck. The Q. N, B. Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Weldon Nebel. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen will be hostess to the Thursday Contract Club. The Mid-Week Glut) will be cn- lerlainrd al the home of Mrs Harry W. Unities. Mrs. Robert Blaylock will entertain the T. N. Club. The Thursday Hook Club will meet at Ihe home of Mrs. Nevill Blakemore. Mrs. Gene Dickinson will be hostess lo the Double pour Bridge Club. The Thursday Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs E J. Cure* Mrs. Blun Heath will be hostess to the Thursday Luncheon Club. The Past Matrons and Patrons will huvi a Benefll Bridge and Rook Party tt the Woman's Clubhouse ut 'i p.m The Nil Phi Mu Sorority will meet at the home of Miss Jane Shelton with Mrs Dorothy Guerin as co- hoste.-is at 8 p.m. The Thursday Night Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Earl Damon. Friday Mrc G. O. Poetz will entertain the Friday Contract Club. The C. B. C. Club will be entertained al the home of Mrs. A. A. Hardy. Mrs. Bob Porter will be hostess lo the Friday Club members. Saturday M.'fi. E. L Hale. Mrs. Arthur v'ance Mrs F. E. Black and Mrs \V. J. Pollard wil be hoslcsses al » da.ict. Salurday night at the woman'.* Club complimenting Miss Ha Rogers and her fiance Johnson Dsctofo's Progressive Club fleets Officers Mis. C. W. Watson was elected president of the Osceola Progressive Club yesterday at a meeting held In Ihe Masonic Lodge rooms. She succeeds Mrs. F. O. Gwyn. Other officers to serve two-year terms include; Mrs. E. S. Shlppen, vice president; Mrs. Rube Boyce recording secretary, re-elected; Mrs. Tal Tongate, corespondlng sec- 1 rctary, re-elected; Mrs, M. T. Nailling, treasurer, re-elected; Mrs. H. JOHM, parliamentarian, Mrs. A S. Rogers, custodian, Mrs. J. H. Lovewell, historian and Mrs. Gwyn counselor. Mrs. John W. Edrlngton, Mrs. J H. Lovcwcll and Mrs. Tal Tongate sewed on the nominating commuter. Mr.s. Ed Whlteslde, Mrs. George Florida were accepted as new club members and Mrs. John Whllv.'orth was re-iitstnlcd ax a member rincipal at Wilson Takes Clarendon Pest WILSON, Ark., April «—George W. PRtchell, principal of Wilson Schooli, hu announced his resignation to become effective July 1. Mr Patclwll, who has been principal here for the past seven years, will go to Clarendon to b« superintendent of Clarendon High School. He received his Bachelor's Degree from Arkansas Stale Teachers College. Conway, and will finish work on his Master's Degree this sum roer. Calvary Baptist Women Meet in Circle Groups Women's Club Honor* ort Smith District Mrs Gwyn presided and durlm the business session presented to the members details of a "Build a Better Community" contest which Is being sponsored by the Kroger Grocer Company in cooperation with the General Federation of Women's Clubs. Clubs entering the contest will be judged on the basis jf their project's value to the community. OP. thoroughness of organization and community service activities. The Federation listed several classifications in which a majority of the projects will fall, namely; fine arts, education ami cullure, conservation and beautliicatlon. The commiilees named to promote this contest for the Osceola Club whoso application has been approved include, fine arts. Mrs. C. E. Dean. Mrs. Madeline Campbell. Mrs. C. M. Harwell, Mrs. I/mis George and Mrs. Gwyn; education and culture: Mrs. R. H Jones, Mrs. J. L. Glasoe. Mi's. D. H Blnckwood, Mrs. Nathan Welnbers and Miss Evila McDougiil. Clilsmi Have Reunion Mr. and Mrs. R. Lee Ohism entertained with a family reunion at their home Sunday in honor of Mrs. Chisms' mother. Mrs. Alma Batts and h-r twin sister. Mrs. Alice Harris 01 Forest City, who were celebrating their 63rd birthday anniversary. Civic Calendar conservation and beaulification; Mrs C. W. Watson, Mrs. John White Mr.s. O. W. Knight, Mrs. W. A. Steed and Mrs P. D. Johnson. This contset began in Jan. 1949 and 'will continue until Jan. 1850. Mrs. V. G. Mann nnd Mrs. C. M. Harwell were in charge of the program and presented a group of high school students who save a program of music. Miss Geneva Urucfi of Keiscr was the guest vocalist who was accompanied by Mrs. Spencer Driver. Also taking part were Miss Jean Chiles with Miss Mar;' Ann Brndshaw as the accom- .ianb.1. Quests who attended were Mrs. L, K. Harwarg, Mrs. Morris Sllveiflcld, Mrs. W. C. Mason and Mrs. W E. Wright. A social hou concluded the mect- Sixtv-eighl relatives and friends attended including a sister. Mrs. D J. Smith of Corinth. Mks., and two brothers. Lloyd and Leslie Myers of Forrcjt City. One sister and brother were unable to attend because of Illnes. 1 !. Other relatives present Included Billy Mason of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Balls and children and Carolyn Jnme.5 of Malvern; Mr. and Mr.s. Osie Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Lutlici J. Lieblong and children, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Porter and daughter, Retha Jean. Johnnie Ruin and Charles White. Willine Milton, Mrs. Lloyd Myers, Mrs. Leslie Myers. Mr and Mrs. Richard Porter and (laughter Becky. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Myers and children, Raleigh Balls. Mrs. J. A. Myers. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Myer.: and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Weeks and children and David Brantlcy all of Forrest City. Other gtie.sts were Mr. and Mrs. ieiimn Mullins and Mrs. Burt BatLi of Memphis. Jimmy Hilliard f Jackon. Tenn.. Jack Lay ton of Vancmefer, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. A. J. iBndcum. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley nnd children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trammel. Mrs. Pauline Corkran. Mrs. Eva Elkins, Mr. and Mvs. Ru.vsie Perry, Oscar Wilson nnd Mrs. Dora Merrill all of WiLson Business Women's Circles Three and Four of the Calvary Baptist Church met yesterday In the homes for a buslne.vi meeting and a Royal Service Program. Circle Three members met at the home of Mrs. Lee Powell. Mr*. Powell presided during the business se.ssic-n, at which time reports were given by the various officers and committees. Topic of the program was, 'dnlst the Answer In the Rural Church." The devotional taken from the book ol Matthew was given by Mrs. belaud Hodge. Those taking part on the program were Mrs. Powell. Mrs. J M. Ross Mrs. O. W. Davis. Mrs. L C, iwllison and Mrs. Hubert Pols- groye. Prayers were offered by Mrs Lucian Gr.lnes and Mrs. Hodge. Cirel" Four met at the home o Mrs. M-.irk Anderson with 12 mem Uers and one new member, Mrs Larry Byrutn present. Opening prayer was offered Mrs. Raymond Belknap. after whicl a cornnnmlly mission report wa taken. Mrs. J. W. Widner, chalrmar prc.slc.cd at the meeting, durln which time plans were made t send sheets and pillow caseji to th Buptis'. orphanage In Monliccll' Mr.s. Shanks was in charge of th program. "Christ the Answer 1 Rural Communities." Others part cipatlne on the program were Mr Belknap, Mrs. Charles Ltpford, Mr B. E. smith, Mrs. Widner, Mr Murlc Motley and Mrs. Nowell Todi The devotional was given by Mi F. E. Lucius, who read from the boo of Miitthcw. Prayers were offere by Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Widner. Relrfshment.s were served by the hostesses at the close of each meeting. Rotary p.m. Ohlb, Hotel Noble—12:10 The third in a series of Prc-Eas- ter evangelistic services at the First Christian Church this week, was held last nisht with the- Rev. Chatlo.s B Holder of Alabama ll.s- ns his subject, 'The Judge- ment " Delegations from the QHurch of the Nnzurcne attended, with thair postoj, the Rev. Daniel Stafford, offering prayer. Dan Huphes of Wales was in charge o? the music for the evening which included group singing and in \ special selections. Mrs. Ncely Young and Mrs. Dick were guests last night lo- with members of the Ui Club when Mrs. Clarence AVebb entertained at her home, ?036 chlckasawba. .; Mrs. Weldon Rainwater received )ligh score during the evening 'games with Mrs. Newell Jerome receiving second higli. • Bouquets of sprint- flowers ydstel shades were used to decor- j T nr , sermon subject tonight will •fcte the rooms where bridge was' i,e "The Face of Jesus Christ." played, i A salad plate was served by the. Wes/eyon Service Guild Meets wit/i Mrs. Hearn Mrs. Jerry Hearn was hostess Monday night to the Wc.iloyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church, one nue.sl, Miss Mary Ellen Hill and two new members, Mrs. Libert Johnson and Mr«. John Lnm, when they met at her home. Mrs Fred Sleadmu.ll was elected as president for the new year dur- , Ins l' le busine&s session. Other officers who will serve with her arc Mrs. Johnson, vice-president, Miss Golds Rinks, secretary and Mrs. Jack Bishop, treasurer. Mrs. Avis Howard gave the de- votionul followed by a study on "LrUm America" presented by Miss Hill. Refreshments of cake and coffee were served by Ihe hostess after the program. hostess. f ... Mrs. Allen Is Hostess "ao Club Eight Members Delegations will be from the First Preshylerlan Church, Full Gospel Tabernacle and the Luke Street Mf-lhodlst Church. The Rev. Harvey T. Kirld, will slve tho scripture reading, with the Rev. Vent Bowlin offcrins prayer nnd the Rev Thrron McKt.sMm, the bcncdilion. Mrs. Wo/t«rs Is Hostess To Lone Oak W. S. C. S. The. Women's Society of Christian Service of the Lone Oalt Meth- odlal Church mftt yesterday, nt. the home of Mri, J. W. Walter* \vlth nine membon prwent. Tii» meeting was opened with prayer by MM. Floyd Davis, after which' Mrj, J. W. Fields gave the scripture rending. A reading. "Med- Hiillon" w»» presented by MIS. K. B. D.ivU with Mrs. Floyd Davts dl»- cusslng, "What Make* Home Lite Religion*." Pr»yen were offered by Mrs. Fields »nd Mrs. Walter* followed by i reading by Mis. Lul« Harris. Aftei the program, the group cut quilt blocki to be quilted at the next meeting and refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrc fields offered the dismissal pr»yer ing with the following serving as hostciscf. Mrs. Joe Young. Mrs. E Shannyfelt, Mrs. A. F. Williams M-s. J. L. Williams, Mrs. S. L Gliutish. Mrs. John White. Mrs. H Welnberg. Mrs. Ida Tucker and Mr.- J. E. Tcaford. LITTLE HOCK, April 6WV- The rknnsas Federation of Women's lubs, l n convention here, yesler- ay honored its Fort Smith district. The district was given the »nnual 1aule Fowler Wilson cup In re- ognltion of ouUstandlng work dur- ig the past year. Second plaee •ent to the Pine Bluff district. At The Hospitals Blyihevlllt Hospital Mrs. W. D Higginson and baby, Hy. Mrs. James Henley, Hayti, Mo. Mrs j C. Roach, city. Mrs Gerald Riggins, city. Walls Hospital dismissed: Mrs. Arch LJndsey, city. Bobby Howell, Steele, Mo. from $6,000. Sevan noted that 852,000 new postwar tiomes iiad been built in Britain by the end of January— 441,811 of them permanent. He said there were more homes per head of population today than in 1939. The reasons there 1» sllll a shortage. Sevan claimed, are that more families cnn afford to rent, young people get married earlier and old people are keeping out of workhouses. Conservatives took severe exception to his analysis. Ms. Alma Balls left Monday for Richmond. Va.. where she will be the nuest. of her niece, Mrs. Bill Shires, and Mr. Shires for the next three weeks- Workers Conference Has Meeting at Church The Workers Conference of the Pirst Methodist Church met .last night nl the church for a covered disli .r.inper and regular meeting. The Rev. Allen D. Stewart, pastor, presided over the meeting, during wnlch time the church school uttendaiice was discussed and goals for- eacl department set up. Dis(i salons were heard by various 'mcmbeiE whu attended the training school nnd rrpoits were given con- .tprnin!; the accomplishments and j plans t'OJ each department. Birmingham, Ala., lies a water The group was dismissed with y to the coaMal port of Mobile. prayer rjy J. W. Adams. Commons Passes Bill Letting Local Officials Make Housing Loans LONDON — (iF)— The House of Commons has passed a bill to let local authorities make housing loans or up to $20,000. The bill went through necond reading — approval In principle — without « record vote on motion of . 'ealth Minister Aneurin Sevan, in charge of the labor government's housing program. Sevan said that for the first time in any nation's history, "we are now within sight ol providing for every separate family the comfort and privacy of a separate household." The" measure raises the loan limit FAMILY* SIZE lor I I* 3 <!•>•. Si u J .,<..<>,, ,u p ,1, U,. •' ~" Cream NIX DEODORANT Birmingham, churches. Ala., lins <52 . „ Ihifical Tot Prand This , Great to ReJievt MONTHLY FEMALE PAINS An ytra trotitted by dlatrtM of female functional monthly dlaturb- ftaeM? DOM Ihla make you auO*r from pftln, fe«l 10 w*rvoiu, wemk, DO try LytUfc IT. Plnkhu&'ft Vef «t»ble Compound to relieve aueh symptom »t In » rtcent medical t«et thl» proved remirkably htlplul to woman troubled thU way. Any dni*»tore « gift of silken beauty for you! R. C. Allen v, as hostess J-eslerday when she enteriained '_Club Eight members at iicr home at 412 Chickasawba. ; Attractively arranged In the entertaining rooms of the home were vases of roses, snapdragons and 'carnations in various shades. In the bridge games, liigh score went to Mrs. G. O. Poetz with Mrs. ptto Scrape winning second high. ' The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course. 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