The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 7, 1939 · Page 6
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EAOE.SIX • '- - Lnxora Society — Personal Indian " U&slon study • The members of the Baptist Missionary society mot nt Hie churcl) .Tuesday afternoon for (he second p«r|od of study in (heir now mission study, "Tepee Trulls." Mrs Thweatt presented the third chapter by topical outline, assisted by Mrs. Charles Evans giving Interesting highlights on Indian life and customs. Coincident with the coneliisbh oj Die lesson was (he arrival of little Mis? Aim Cltvlre Wilfclns with a letter she had just received from a little Indian girl, Gladys Crazybull, of Culte-son, Mont., (tiling Interesting perscnal details of her tribe, the V'tmkton Sioux, with the Assin'ibbine tribe living neavby. A picturesque tribal ceremony, slie writes, was held on Labor Day during wlilch Uvip men will lie adopted Into the Ynnkton Sioux tribe as blood brothers. For the benediction, Mrs. Tlnventt.fciul the Indian version of (he twenty-third Psalm to the accompaniment, "Indian lave Call," played softly by Mrs. B. O. Wllklns. Two visitors were present, Mrs. Ed Lucas of Stephens. Ark., and Mrs. J. H. Sims of St. Petersburg Ha. -. - * • * Wading 1'arty A birthday parly \vas enjoyed by several local guests at the Osceola wading pool Saturday nftcrn:on Sept. 2, given In honor of Wade AtcHenry's seventh birthday, by lier mother, Mrs. H,. I,. Kouch. : After enjoying the wading sport from four to five o'clock, the guests then went to the home 'of Master Stewart CrlchflcM, for refreshments of Ice cream and cake. A lovely birthday cuke carrying seven cand^s made Bh attractive setting for the little guests gathered around to "blow oiit the candles" and make "good wishes" for Wade's happy birthday party. < » t Dine aiul Danee. at the Claridgc Clhraice, Crawford had ns his guests Monday evening for dining and dancing at the Clarldgc, Memphis, to the rhythm of Ishain Jones mid his orchestra, Miss Billy K-mg- slon, Miss Dltsy slllman, and n. O. Wilkins Jr. This party \vns In special compliment to Claicncc by Ills grandparents Mr. nnd Mrs S. J. Smllh, before leaving Tuesday. Sept. 12, for hts school, Columbia Military Institute, Columbia, Term He will be piotored to school by IDs grandmother. * > + S(uilcn(s Leaving for School Luxora girls ami boys wlio wlU altenil .school nuny nre: at Jones- boto, o. c. Driver, senior year; Edward Worsclc-y. Hullt Rogers, sophomore year; Miss Martha Kate Bryant freshman; SI. Cecilia Academy, Nnshvllle, Teim.: Frances Dancliowcr; Columbia Military Institute: clarence Crawford and Jolin Cowan Jr.; Blue Mountain College, Miss Prnncfv; Reli! Bov.'Wi, sophomore: * • ? I.usoraiis Spending- Weekend and I.ilior Day irith Hnniefalk Miss Dixie Howard of Memphis. v,ith parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will Howard, Mike O'Kcefe of Memphis with parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. 13. O'Kccfe. Miss Luclle Onllop of Memphis, with parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. E, Gallop. . Miss Frances Flcinniliig- of Memphis, ivltli parents, the Rev. nnd Mrs. L. 1>. Flchnnlng. Billy Johnnston with parenls, Mr. niu) Mrs. J. J. Johnston. Miss Film Wood of Memphis, with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wo:d. Paul Devlere, of Memphis-, visiting among Lttxorn friends. The hev. A.'E. Mnse, r;ho has been conducting u lent revival In BlythovHIe for the past four weeks filled the Lnxora Ba|)ttst pulpl Sunday morning. Miss Annls Escue, of Dyerslnirg Tenn., Is the lioiiscgnest cl liei mint, Mrs. Lnllaii Lynch this week Miss Maxlne nugon of Tallulah Lh., Is visiting In the home of iici brother, Harold Smith, nnd Mrs .Smith this week. Mrs, R. D. Eberdts lias returned to her home In Baton Rouge to make ummgcmenls for returning to huxora lo make her home with her mother, Mrs. L'-tils S|ianii. She was accompanied home by Miss Carrie Mae litres. They lUM be away Iv.'o weeks. Mrs. Ebonlis will be Joined here by Mr. Elx-rdts nt a later date. .. House-guests In the ilowton- Thweatt home arc Mr. John Tlnventl's .•vlsters, Mrs. Ed l.iiwis of Stephens, Ark,, nnd Mrs. J. H. Sims of St. Petersburg. Pla. Mrs. Stms utll leave for her home Monday. Mrs, Lucas will be joined here .this weekend by Mr. I.iicas for n visit with his parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Lucas. Mrs. Otto Leigh and son, Erwln, have returned home from a ilire weeks visit wltlu her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bcone Baldwin, at Lonoke, Ark. Mrs. Dense)) McClchcc, of Evims- vllle, Ind,, has returned, home after a week's visit In the homo of her brother, J. I. Mlfflin, and Mrs. Mlfflin. Miss Maggie Sue Hemming will leave for West Memphis Friday where she will tie engaged In teaching in the West Memjihls-Uulbcrt Consolidated school fc-r the ensuing term. Miss Nora Wise and Miss Mur- ;aret Moffitt spent Labor Day In Memphis. Mrs. Louis Spatm had as her iiiests this week her daughters, Mrs. Bliss Ynncey of Hughes, Ark., nnd Mrs. R. L-. Cox nnd daughter, Gladys Lee of, Boba. Miss. 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