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I'AGE TWO IlLYTHEVILU! COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, DECKMliKR 0, 1!)4<1 Coming Events MONDAY Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephens' Episcopal cmirch meeting with Mrs. Fred Saliba,- 7:30 p. in. Auxiliary of First Prcs- Bride-Elect Is Honored A| Evening Shower Party Miss Ruth Lindsey, whose mar 1 riage to J, N. Smotherroon will be solemnized on D«. 18, was guest meetings: Circle 1, Mrs. L. G. Nash; Circle 2, Mrs. KJ .0. AHeh, with Mrs: William Young as cohostess; clrc of honor when Mrs, Elmer Wndsey »' c . Circle 3, Mrs. ' Worlhlngton; with a lingerie shower Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Earl Snider. Vases of carnations were ar- throughout the entertain. n. . Women's Council of First Christian. Church meeting with Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, 2:30 p. m. Women's Missionary Union, First E a pfist. Church having circle meet- ingst Circle 1, Mrs. J. G. Dairies; Circle 2, Mrs. J. T. Westbrook; Circle 3. .Mrs. C. E. Wilson; Circle *, Mrs. G. V. Daws; Circle 5, Mrs. William Bens mnn, 2:30 p. m. Woman's Society of christlnn Service, First. Methodist Church meeting at church for program and social, 2:30 p. m. . ( TUESDAY Charlevoix Chapter of D.A.R. meeting at Hotel Noble for 1 o'clock hincljcbn-with Mrs.. R. C. Rose> Mrs. James B. Clark and Mrs, O. W. McCutchen, cohostesscs. Mrs. R. B. Stout Club Eight. entertaining Mrs. Robert Porter entertaining Bits of News Mostly Personal Double G Club. Tuesday ',Bridge- Club with Mrs. Max D. Reid. Mrs. Robert. Phillips entertaining Li Neuvc Club. Business', and , Professional Women's Club having : Christmas dinner party at'Hotel Noble, 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY . Wednesday Bridge Club meeting \viih Mrs. W. D. ChainbUn. , Mrs. G. G. Caudi!) .eiHertMnlng Town and Country Glut. Chapter "D" of P.E... hood nieeling with'Mrs. J. A. THURSDAY Mid-Week" "Club meeting with Mrs. Aubrey Cpnwny. .\iks Patty.June Davis entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club. Tliursday'Contracl Chfu meeting with Mrs. "H. W. Wylle. Mrs. W. M. McKcnzle cntcrtflln- ing Octette Club. . Fortnightly'. Club nieeling with Sirs. S. P. Martin: Thursday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. Byron Morse. Club 28 having dance sit American Legion Hut FRIDAY Mrs. J. D.'Smilh entertaining G. B C. Club for luncheon, 1 p.m Mrs. cifliidc" Stewart entertaining Initial Club Mrs. John; Brillhart entertaining G.N.B. Club of tt) dining room was a holiday pattern ormed of holly leaves and red ber- •les. Bunco was played during the evening. After the guest of honor had jcen presented with her gifts, the :iostcss served n salad course with hot chocolate ami cake to tlic 20 guesls who attended the party. Mrs. Fowler Is Hostess Mrs. I.cndennie Fowler's home on West Walnut was attractively decorated with late Fall flowers ycs- tcnfay afternoon when she entertained members of the C.B.C. Club and two other guests, Mrs. Homer Smith of Stcele, Mo., an ( j Mrs. J. J. Cookston. Bridge was played throughout the afternoon with high score prize won by Mrs. W. S. Langdon, second Mr. nnd Mrs. nay Hnll and children, NltJi Rose and Charles Hay, arc spending the weekend In'Par- ma, Mo., as guests of Mr. ; !Ioll's mother. Mrs. II. G. Pnrtlow returned yos- tcrdny after a visit of three weeks In Washington, D. C., with Mr. Pfirllow who Is temporarily stationed there with the Navy.- She was met in Memphis yesterday morning by Mrs. li. B. Stout and Nancy, Graham nnd Patricia Partlow, nnd the ontirc group spent the tlay there, returning home last i light. Misses Hope and Eutopln Whitworth, accompanied by their sister Mrs. James Elslandcr of Driver, will .spend tomorrow In Memphis where they will attend the Skating Van Illes nt the Auditorium. MrB. H. II. Parllow returned yesterday to her home In Paragoult nfter spending the past three weeks here with her grandchildren while their was Bunco CM> Entei tained i( mother, Mrs. II. G. In Washington, D. Partlow C. Mr meeting high by Mrs. Smith and brldgo by ,Mrs. U. A. Copelnnd. A dessert course with colfce was served. * • Xmas Program Planned A special Christmas program has been planned lor the meeting of tlic Woman's Society ot Christian Service of First Methodist Church, to be presented Monday afternoon, '- 2:30 o'clock, at the 1 church. Mrs. w. L. Ilorner, chairman of he .program for the (jay, has an- lounccd that Mrs. II. \v. Wylle will Ive. "Tho Story of tlio Nativity," rom (lie Bible, and Mrs. Harry W. Inlncs will give "Oiir Country." This will be followed by a program, with the following women crving as hostesses for the attcrloon: Mrs, Homer, .Mrs. Halnes, Mrs. Wylle, Mrs. P. D. Smith, Mrs. 3. G. Redman, Mrs. John Rcin- inilbr, Mrs. F. L. Husbands, Mrs. J. V. Gales, Mrs. George M. Lee aiiii .Mis. C. S. Stevens Jr. VIis. Swiggait Entertains Mrs. J. C. Swlggart entertained members of the G.N.B. club last night at her home for their regular weekly bunco parly. High score i prize was awarded Mrs. 1 John Brllihart, bunco, Mrs. J. F.-Nolen and low, Mrs. C. B. Ket Pnrtlow mot&rcd over for her yes Olymoutli Walking Is able to b out nfter having been confined to Armorel Queen District Church Workers Named Committees Formed By Methodist Leader For Jonesboro Area Church Women Hold Meeting At Manila JOINER, Ark., Dec. B.-The EeV. J, Albert aatlin, district superln^ lenilenl of the Jonesboro District, Methodist Church, has appointed the following committees to assist him In carrying on the church work In Ihn dlstHct for the conference year HM4-45: Christian Education—Rule Cravens, Osccola; Boyd Johnson, Lc- p'anto; Raymond Franks, Lepanto; Mrs. D. H. Castleberry, Jonesboro; O. L. Cole, Trumann; E. E. Stevenson, Jonesboro; Elvis Right and O. It McGhehey. Evangelism — Cecil R. Culver, 'Jonesboro; A. W. O'Brynnt, Weona; Bates Sturdy, Blythevlllc; J. L. Shelby, Mdnette; J. T. Lingo, Jonesboro; Ms. D. G. Hinciman, YnrUro. Missions and Church Extension —S. B. Wilford, Blythevlllc; J. A. Womack, Marked Tree; F. M. Sweet, Manila; A. C. Stark, Turrell; p. M. Campbell, Manila, and J. H. Richardson. Miss Rubye Rodgers,, Armoiel C'hrlsllant Literature—Earl Crav- senior, daughter of Mr. and Mrn. em, Osceola; Charles Lewis, Luxora; W. B. Yount, Black Oak; Winlrcd Dlggs, Brookland. Hospital and Homes—E. H. Hall Lcachville; Llnley E. Vowel), Kel- n. L. RtHigers, who served as foot- bnll queen of Armorel High School at the Thanksgiving Day game between A and B teams of the school. She was crowned by Gerald Cas- sldy, captain.. Attendants were Miss Marlon Ilyals, daughter of Mr. ary Mrs. L, D. Ryals, and Miss Billle Jamer- his home for the past three weeks „..<„; because of a heart ailment. ' ' Jnmm011 Mrs. J. P. Friend and son, H. A., spent today in Memphis. Mrs. Charles Ramey of Biloxi, Miss., arrived today lor a visit with Sergeant Unmcy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. c. W. Ramey nml family. She Mr and Mr C ' bo Joined here next week by her husband, and they will.he here through tho holidays. Mrs. Jiimcs Hill Jr. returned last night from Memphis where she has been a patient, at Campbell's Clinic for. the past two weeks following an operation. Mrs. C. D. Enlon and Mrs. H. c. Blankcnshlp htvvc returned from Memphis where (hey spent two clays. tinsel i i \ i • \ ; The nustess. served 'n course .\vlthrcoftce. . ; •• . dessert Late Fall "flowers decorated tli living room of the Ebb, Reynolds home yesterday afternoon when Mis n \v; ii/i Reynolds nas hostess to member:, of tSUSineSg Women IVleet the Initial Club for an afternoon | Members ot Ihp Business Women's bunco parly. Circle of First Baptist Church met Manila Society—Personal District Scout Workers To Hold Meeting Monday. E!oy Scout workers of this district will hold their annual district meeting Monday night, 7:30 o'clock. In the Municipal Court, Room. of the City Mall, it w'as' announced today by O. P. Rainey, disthct chairman, who will preside. ' Approximately 50 workers from North Mississippi County -are expected to "attend the meeting,whet officers for Ire .coming year will be cleelcd. Attending also will be Ward Akcrs of Jonesboro, scout executive and Vernon James of Osceola, as- I'" Is!. Mrs. Robert Johnson and infant daughter have gone to San Diego, Calif., to join her husband who lu stationed there. Dayton Chllsolm, coxswain In the Istant scout executive. The nominating committee coh> er; J. W. Moore, Joiner; Porter Weaver, Wclner. Fellowship and Recreation— E. H Hall, Leachvllle; G. A. McKelver, Nettleton; W. A. Llndsey. Statistics— Raymond Franks, Le- pnnto; Luther K. Wilson, Dell; E. J. Kaet7.cH, Wilson. Church Architecture— E. J. Kaetzell, Wilson; A. C. Stark, Tnrrcll, ant] J. II. Richardson, Alcohol Education— D. G. Hlnd- mnn, Yarbro; S. N. Adams, Lake City; L. p. Lafevcrs, Tyronza, and Representatives from eight of the nine churches in Zone Four of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Churches met yisterday at Manila for an all- i^t, day session. ' Bonrc i The morning devotional perlpd. was conducted by the Rev. O. M. Campbell of tho host church, and the business session was presided over by Mrs. W. A. Thlemc of Manila, zone president. Mrs. E. O. Kaetol of Wilson, district secretary, introduced Mrs. R E. Co'fi'ricH" of Paragould, conference president, and Mrs. Rogers of Wilson, district president. The filing of regular reports from eacl of the societies represented one he presentation of a pageant "Die Challenge of the Cross." by members of the .Manila society concluded the morning.session.... Luncheon was served a t tin church during the noor hour by tin hostess society, and the meeting re convened at 1 o'clock. Following the opening hymn, Mrs W. I,. Green of ; BlytheviHc led In prayer, and Mrs. Council gave a talk on "Women of the Church and the Crusade for Christ,." Mrs. C, L. Wylle of Blythevllle was appointed Crusade for Christ" chairman for the W.S.C.S. in the local area, which comprises Blytheville, Dell, Yarbro, Promised Land, Gosnell ana Half Moon. A brief talk was made by Mrs. IAKB STREET METHODIST • • ' CliUItCH Bales Sturdy, pastor Church i School, 9:50 'a. m. Iver•on Morris, supt. .Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. 'Are the church Doors Closed", pastor's subject. We want all boys and girls possible to be in this service. Youth Fellowship Groups, 6:30 11. m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. "Just, worried Sick" pastor's sub- liAPTIST CHAI'EI, I.ll>' Street ••• Sunday School, 0:30 a. m. Russell Baugh, supt. of Christian Education, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting and Choir Practice, Wednesday, 1:30 p, m. Pot Luck Supper and Men's Meeting, Thursday, 1 p. m.. with the Rev. D. G. Hindman, guest speaker, i FIKST PRESBYTERIAN' CHURCH • Harvey t. Kldd, ministe* Sunday School, 9:45 a. in. Morning Worship, H a. m. Vesper Service, 6 p. in. Pioneers, C p. m. WEDNESDAY..-.,; Prayer Meeting. 7:30 p. m. Choir Rehearsal, 3:15 p. in. THURSDAY Men's Club, 7 ji. m. , . ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CIHJKCH Thomas li. Smyllie Jr., minister Church School, 9:30 a. m. Evening Prayer and Sermon, 1:3C CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURC1 Osccola Thomas II. Smythe Jr., minister Holy Communion and Sermon, 1 in. . Kaetzel and n special offering to create a fund to defray zone expenses was taken. The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. S. B. Wilford of Blythc- vllle. Seven local women attended the meeting. Rccder L. Hanks. Uonrd of Church Location and Town and County Commission— J. A. Womack, Marked Tree; E, H. Hall, Leachvillc; Cecil Culver, Jonesboro; .O. M. Campbell, Manila; Noble Gill, pell; Dr. George O. Campbell, Trumann; C. J. Perry, Bay. Lay Activities— Carrall Watson, Osceola; Charles Stuck, Jonesboro; W. R. Willis, Black Oak; Harvey Morris, Blythevllle; Dan Portls, Lepanto, nnd C. O. Woffard. '.Special Appointments— S. B. Wilford, Blythevillc District, missionary sccrcatry; Cecil Culver, Jonesboro District, director of Evange- Firemen Answer Alarm An overheated kerosene stove caused the lire'department to make a run this morning but no damage resulted. The stove was in a tenant 'house at the rear of Tilman's Funera Home, Coleridge and First. Navy, has returned to Snn Diego, this morning. C(illf.,,.a[lcv .spending ft..seven day Dismissed- ststs of Rosco :Criiftcn: Graham Uism; Earl Cravens Osccola dis- Suclbury and Russell Phillips.: -.jtricl director Arkansas Methodist; •—; ; : ..." . H. Hall, Leachvllle district di- At The Hospitals. eelor Goldcn cross - Blythcviile Hospital . Admitted: Miss Ruth Ralph/city. .; Born to Mi'. an<l Mrs. Joe din- 1 iilngliam, Tallapoosa, Mo., a son CHURCH NEWS mother •Mrs:; Corn, f Mf ,;;' Carl. Casticman'an'd'-baby, His. uncle nnd aunt, vi nn |i a . •.. the Rev. and Mrs. W. II. Horn. Ho •"""""•' • • • has been on active duty in the Southwest Pacific (or the past 11 montlis. with Bunco prize went to Mrs. Herman Tuesday night with Mrs. If. C May, high score to Mrs w S East- Blankenship with Miss Jewel Lee burn, and low to Mrs Reynolds in chaigc of tho business session, iced Mrs. Otis Shepherd was program leader, using ns her theme "Seasons of Peace," and was assisted by Miss Eula Bishop, who read the scripture, nnd by Miss Lee who discussed "Southern Baptist Peace." A sandwich' 'plate drinks was served. Mrs. Little Is Hostess Mrs. James H. BelJ, Airs. W. J Wunderlich and Mrs. Howard C. Mrs. Shepherd discussed foreign Stelling. were guests of Mrs. A. G. "felons, and circle prayer closed Little Thursday afternoon when she tlie program. \ also was hostess to members of the Refreshments were served during Thursday Luncheon Club at her country home. A two course luncheon was served at the dining table, and bridge was played during the afternoon. High score prl?.e was won by Mrs. Wunderlich and second high by Mrs. ROM D. Hughes. the social hour. Of every 10CO soldiers in the U S. Army Ah- Forces, 50 are airplane armorers and 12 arc sheet metal workers. Rend Courier Ne*r» Wnot Adi. Good Old American Cigarettes MJS. William Edwards is spending two weeks In Norfolk, Va., with " cr husband, who is stationed there. Mrs. Knthryn Stevenson ot Ma- Ion, Ky., has arrived for a visit vlth her brothers, Dr. V. H. Fox ml Raymond Fox and their fnm- lles. Mrs. W. E. Downing and children, Jerty and Sandra, left, Wednesday for New River, N. O.. to Join Sergeant Downing, who Is statlon- tl as ah instructor at the Marine base there. Mr. and Mns. Bill Vermllllon and daughter have gone to Los Angeles, Calif., where they will make their home. Corp. Freddie McKemic of Baltimore, M<1., and Pfc. Willic,McKemic of Fort Worth, Texas, arc spending their furloughs here with thcti parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mc- Kcmic. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith are the parents of twin sons bom Saturday at the Dr. Fox Clinic. The boys are named Everett David am 'Memphis St. Joseph Hospital Admitted: ' V, E. R. Ward, Joiner. '• Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: aim Hodges III, Ossceola. Walls Hospital \dinlUetl: ..', '..: Curl Lee Porter, Osceola. i Louise Hopper, city. Donald Edward Warren, city. Mrs. J. W. Berry, city. : Dismissed: Jesse nond, beering, Mo. Wcs Miller, Steeje,' Mo^ Envy Wei tier MEMPHIS, Tenn. envied man on the job at one o the Memphis war plants Is th welder—he always has hot lunches He brings his meat nnd cheese I n lunch box, usually- steak o frankfurters, which he cooks wit his.- welding torch, lii his toobo lie keeps a stock of mustard am hot ssrace. Fro/.en for weeks in liquid helium germs have been found capable o t'arnest Prince. Mrs. Smith is the i former Miss Alia Scott, daughter i of Mayor and Mrs. Albert Scott. * propagating when thawed out. Aethodist Council Aeets At Lepanto JOINER, Ark., Dec. 9.—The Rev. . Albert Gatlin, district superin- indent of, tlie Jonesboro District ^ethodist .Church, condiiclc'd a ouncil meeting for the Crusade for 3hri'st Thursday at Lepanto. The Jev. Raymond Franks is the pastor. Tlie council is composed of tlie folowing: Tlie Rev. Cecil Culver, ionesboro: the "Rev. Earl Cravens, Osceola: the Rev. Womack, Marked Tree; the Rev. O. M. Campbell, Mn- lila; the Rev. Raymond Pranks, Lepanto; the Rev. Luther K. Wilson, -Dell; the Rev. J. T. Lingo, Jonesboro; the Rev. Boyd Johnson, Lepanto; the Rev. G. L. McGhehey, Jonesboro; the Rev. O. L. Cole, Trumann; the Rev. E. E. Stevenson, Jonesboro; the Rev. Elvis Wright Bono; Carroll W. Watson, Osceola; R. H. Patton, Jonesboro; D. S. Laney, Osccola: Mrs. E. G. Kaetzell Wilson; Mrs. H. D. Castleberry Jonesboro; Harvey Morris, Blytheville; Charles Stuck, Jonesboro; W R. Willis, Black Oak; Lee Hill, Blytheville; .Mrs. L. M. Wood, Tyron?ji and Mrs. Mike Thlenie; Manila. Tlie Rev. Ira A. Brumley of Conway, executive secretary of the North Arkansas Conference Board of Education, spoke regarding the educational program ot the district. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH L. C. Ramsey, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a., in. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.- Radio Program from Church, 2:3 p. m. Christs Ambassadors, 7 p. m. Women's Missionary Council, p. m. Week night services Tuesday an Friday, 8 p. m. B.T.U., 6:15 p. in. Miss ranees Rowland, director. Sarah iHRISTlAN SCIENCE SERVICES Vcman's Clubhouse, 1410 W. Main "God the Preserver of Man" Is ic subject of the Lesson-Sermon 'hieh will be read in all Churches nd Societies of the Church of ''hrlst, Scientist, on Sunday, Dec. 10. The Golden Text is: "The Lord hall deliver me from every evil •ork, and shall preserve me uiAci its heavenly kingdom." II Timo- hy 4:18 Among the citations which eom- jrise the Lesson-Sermon Is the fol- owing from the Bible: "Then said Daniel unto the king. O king, live i or ever. My God hath sent his angel, and hath shut the lions' mouths,' that they have not hurt. me." Daniel 6:21, 22 MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 S. FIRST Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems MODERN EQUIPMENT EXPERT BEAUTICIANS FIRST .METHODIST CHUKC1I S. I!. IVilford, pastor Church School, 9:45 a. m. U. S Branson, supt. Morning Worship, 10:55 a. m. Junior Fellowship, 7 p. in. Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. Sub-District Youth Fellowship Meeting Monday night, 7:30 o'clock. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:30 m. FIKST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. in. P. J. Deer, supt. Morning Worship, 10:50 a. m. Ladles Trio, "O Holy Night", Mrs. George M. Lee, Mrs. Paul Tipton and Mrs. R. C. Fair. Sermon by pastor. - B.T.U.. 8:30 p. m. R. L. Sherrick, director. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Paul Tipton and choir, "I Think When I-.Read That-Sweet Story of Old". ;". ; • '!; .' . Sermon by pastor. Visit Us In Our NEW BUILDING Located at 121 E. Main St. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer - Parts & Service 121 E. Main Phone ZK2 GIFTS of DISTINCTION —It's Smart to Shop At— The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Glfti MOSS BRYAN CbW Preparations as directed Sunday School 9:30 : A. .M. Mnrning Worship '[[ 10:50 A,>I. •"'; t ';'; 1 Your Are Welcome TO Worship'vyith US- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH R. S. BAIRD, Minister PHONES, KES. 2783 CHURCH 2448 AETNA LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. E. H. 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