TAGK FOUR —i^QCidlf Pat JUiltins. Societv Editor w BLYTHEVILLB (AHK.) COURIER NEWS Pliono 4401 Bride-Elect, Lueila Barnes Honored at Party Mis* Luclla Bar UPS, v,1*p Is the bride-elect of Tom A, IJtOe, Jr., was complimented Insl night. \vUli a dinner mid showeo at the II. w, Wylie home. D B. WyHe V-'EIS hostess to Miss Barnes, and the 12 members of her Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church, who arc taught by Miss Barnes, The table was rlccontlcd with piny. and green. Forming the centerpiece were pink carnations and pink candles set In greenery, A large white satin bow marked the honoice's chair. For the occasion, Mis^ Bnrnes wore a dre&s of lime prccn Jersey, am! was presented with a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. McManus . Is Club Hostess A setting of early spring was sec'n at Ihe home of Mrs. A. II. McMamis ycsumlay afternoon, when she was hohto.^s to the La Petite Club, and all members attended. Jonquils and blue dutch Iris were used to center (lie. bridge tables, (roin which a. dessert course was servi-d by the hostr.vr. The .same yellow and blue was used about the entertaining rooms. In the 'afternoon's bridge, Mrs. Arthur Viuicc won high score and IJI-WKO, while the hostess won second high. 2 Share Honors At Buffet Supper Mrs, Birdie Richardson ant! Mrs, Robert Harrison pntcrtaincci last evening with R farewell .supper honoring Charlie Richardson a net I^ii- gene Griffin, who left tills morning for 7Jute Rock to be Inducted Into . the Army. Twenty-six relatives and friends attended the buffet supper, and centering the table was a Inrge cnkc, decorated with sugared letters, "Charlie and Eugene." The evening 'was spent in Jnfonn- al entertainment. Dessert-Bridge Given in Home Tins home of Mrs. W. C. son Wfl-s the scene of a des,scrt bridge yesterday, when guests -Included members of the Tuesday Bridge :ciub, All members attended the weekly get-tagcther. . . The afternoon was spent In play- Ing bridge, with first place fjohifj to Mrs. Lloyrt Sllckmon and second to Mrs. Rllcy B. Jones, Tri-Tovvn Club Meets in Home Mrs. JnnH-5 Terry wns hostess at her home yc-stcrday (o members of the trt-Town Bridge Club, when thej 1 were, entertained with a weekly bridge party. Mrs..n. E. Green WHS n guest of the club members. . . During, the, nflei-noon's bridge. MM. Husscll H. Parr nnd Mrs. Jncic Hale won first, and second scores. The gtiMts were served n de-wert .course at Ihe conclusion ol 'the Three Circles Meet In Member's Homes Members of Hie Women's Missionary Society ol New Liberty i!ap- tlst Church met lust night lor circle programs. Mr.", W. A. Nash entertained 12 members of Circle One with three guest.s. Mrs. Vrmce Dlxon was in charge of the program and Mrs. T. F. Parker was In charge of the business' session. Hostess to the 14 members ol Circle Ttvo wns Mrs. WrvHIn Mrflulrc, wtio presided over the business session. Mrs. Mnlrom Kouncc wns leader of the program. Mrs. 13erwo<id l-ong entertained eight members of circle Three when Mrs. Elmer Holmes WHS circle chairman. Mrs. Chiirle.'y Hides wns program leader. In the business session, plans were made for a quilting bee to mnke qullta for the orpluuinge at iMoiilfcvllo, Ark., and It was decided Mint an all-day community mission proginju nt the church will be held Feb. .23. Social hours were held following each of the meetings. 54 Attend Luncheon And Monthly Meeting Fifty-lour members ol the Women's Missionary Union ol the first Baptist Churuch met for a luncheon, business session and Royal Service program Monday. Following the repealing of the watchword, and hymn lor the year, Mrs. W. M. Williams led a prayer, nnd Mrs. Kendall Berry, president, look charge of Ihe meeting. Mrs. II. II. Brook? was In charge of the program iclricli was begun with group singing. A devotional was given by Mrs. I/well Olbsoii, and prayer was by Mrs. K. C. Brown. Those taking parts Included Mrs. Ted Kir*;, Mrs. Clara Martin, Mrs. C. M. Abbott. Mrs. Hill Banister, and Mrs. E. K, Stevens, who dls- misled. Hope, Faith Groups Meet At Church Hope and Faith groups of the Christian Women's Fellowship ol the First Christian' Church met Monday morning at the church lor a cleanup In preparation for the Area laboratory Visitation Evangelism School. Lunuch wns served by Ihe leaders, Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. Rupert Crafton. In the regular meeting conducted during Die afternoon, Mrs. J. O. Kills gave a devotional from "The Secret Place," and the study from "World Call." Mis. J. C. Ellis, Jr., nave the article. "We're Glad We came (o Congo." Mrs. V. O. Miller gave 'Protestant Missions In Africa." nd Mrs, E. M. Terry gave "Sunday n the Congo Was a Great Day." Mrs., W. n. Cobb presided In the ustness discussion, and Mrs. L, L Ward served refreshments. Shower Is Given For Burdette Bride Mrs. Chfirles J.oran Abljolt llio former Miss Hobble Lou Peterson. ilniiKhlcr of Mr. and Mrs. Tolllc Peterson, was complimented Monday nljjht by Mrs. Marvelenc llnK- wcll mill Mrs. Paul Long wilh'n miscellaneous sho\vcr, attended bv SB friends. In the evening, games provided ciileitninnioiU, with pri/cs belnR awarded Mrs. Clayton Holder, and Mrs. Clyde O'Neal. Gifts were placed on the (lining room table, which wns overlaid with ecru Ince inn! centered with an Ivy ring. The hoiiorcc. who dressed for the occasion In a brown wool suit with yellow atur brown accessories, was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. 1 Peterson, ami her gramlinblricr, Mrs. L»C3' Young. I*lo and coffee were served during the cveujny. 6-Weeks Scj-ies Begins for League A new six-weeks series was bofjim last nlKht wilh n masterpulnl name fnr incmlMjrs of the filyllievillc Duplicate Bridge League, when they played at the Country Club. Winners of Ihe nvr-lablc Unwell movement Included Mrs. C. (J. Coimeillc and Mrs. Samuel p. Nor- rls, first place, Mrs, Frank Orlgsby and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, second place, nnd Mr. am! Afrs. Harry w. names, third plnce! In fourth place were Mrs. O. W. McCuulcIirii nnd Mrs. II. C. Sims. Katie Hatton YWA Meets in Hill Home. Members of the Katie Hatlon Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met nl the home of Miss Mnxlne Hill Monday night for n business .session nre.sirle*! over hy Miss Kiitherinn Wcstbrook. mill a mission study, taught by Miss Adallne Lee. . Miss Mnry Webb led Ihe opening prayer, niul Miss Loimcll Overman, who guvc the devotional, gave the dosinff pniyer. Baptist Girls Meet For Mission Program Members of the Anuaiida Tinkle CHrls Auxiliary of the First. Uap- tlst Church met wilh Mrs. Jose- phhie nolll.son Monday evening- A .proKriun vas Rlvcu by Marilyn linker, Jitn Mullfn5, Oincfiii Alexander, Mary Lou TuritnKC and Oer- nlillne Baker. Following their dismissal prayer iby . Martha June Bartholomew, refreshmehts were served, * ':•' V^ 1 Coat bureau drawer runners with shellac during dry wealber to prevent, sticking Vyhen Its' rlamp. Two Baptist Circles Meet in Homes Member.* ol lim circles of Trinity Bapllsl Church's Women's Mlsslon- ry Union met at llw homes of members Monday afternoon for Klui'Ss and proRram meetings. Mrs. Marvin Kcmwrlght w;is IHJ tt'.ss to t'lght members of Circle One with one piiast. Mrs. George Carney, attcnnhiK. Mrs. Arah S]>eck ]>resided, Mrs. H. II. liilrnett gave (lie devotional, and Mrs. Hurt Ross Inu^lit the lesson. Pi'ayer was lee Ijy Mrs. C. R. RoUson and refrcsh- i/H.'iils served. Mrs. John Kelson entertained members of Circle Two. wilh nin attending. The hostess gave the opening (levotloiiiii and prayer wa. Dqerccl by Mrs. C. M. McDcrrnott Mrs. Nelson presided, and follow. Ing the lesson by Mrs. R. W. Woo ten, Mrs. Hilly Wootcn dismissed. Refreshments were served. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14, IMt '\ Bits of News vrsonal Mr. and Mrs. H. c. Knappenberger will leave this week end tor San ^rancisco. where they will attend he National Rural Electric Cooperative Association in meeting the civic center. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bailey ol Center, Tex., announce the birth ol » daughter at Walls Hospital Monday morning. The baby has been named Deborah Jo. Mr. and Mrs. Neal McCormlck announce the birth ot their first child, a daughter, Sunday night, at Walls Hospital. She has been named Carol Sue. Mrs. McCormlck Is the former Miss Willie Ploy Aycock. Mary Margaret Mead was removed to her home from Walls Hospital, where she underwent surgery last week. She Is the seven-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mead. Although she will remain In lied for another wcc'c, her condition Ifi satisfactory, Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Lindsey arrived home from Vallejo, Call!., lol- lowlng Mr. Llndsey's discharge from the Navy. He was In a Vollejo Nival Hospital lor Ihree months, following fi month spent in a Honolulu Hos- pilal. Mrs. Llndsey is the former iJbs Virginia Griffin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oiiffin, and Mr. Lindsey Is the son ol Mr. and Mrs. Waller Llndsey, all ot Yarbro. Charlie BIchardson and Eugeni Griflin left this morning lor Littli Rock, where they will be Imlucte< Into the Army. Nazarene Women Attend Program Thirty-one members o( the - rene Foreign Missionary society met Monday afternoon for a pro- ram begun with group singing and prayer by Mrs. Faimle Newman. Business was presided over by Mrs. Harold Thompson. Mrs. Ava Jarrett gave trie devotional and Mrs. Melbt Jarrett and Mrs. Jimmy Quick led dismissal prayers.. Bras* articles »r« often protected with • thick coating of lacquer. If this coating starts to peel, It con be entirely removed with denatured alcohol. To Mu e«ndV> wax or paraffin «pot« off wood, first crumble off «* -nuch as possible. Take up the rest flth a heated cloth or blotting pa- er pressed with * warm iron. Do ot leave the Iron long. Repeat If ecessnry when wood has cooled. Dinner Party Given For Osceola Man OSCEOLA—Mr. and Mrs. Fnbc White complimented A. W. Dowel Frlilny night with a birthday din tier at their home. Seated nl simil! tables were Mr. and Mrs. Bowcn. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cromer, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cromcr. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Ohlenclorf, Mr. and Mrs. E, II. Burns. Dr, L. D. Masscy, Mrs' J. I,. Ward, and Miss Agiics Ward. Following dinner, the evening was spent In playing cnnnstn. Mrs. Wurd won high women's prize and Mr Bryan won hiph score for mrn. Mr. Bou-en was presented gilts by the guests. Jit Walls Hospital ' Mary Margaret Mend. cfty. > Liquid wax Is best for patching worn spots on waxed floors, because IE cleans tt'hile it waxes. af Whitsitt's La Belle Shop SPECIAL SALE OF NSCLOTHES THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY, 3 DAYS ONLY 150 Better Children's Dresses All sizes including pre-teens 1 17 Better Children's Coats All sizes including pre-teens 20 Better Children's Suits Spring & Winter — all sizes 18 Children's Spring Coats Including shorties — all sizes • 47 Children's Quilted Robes All sizes This is Final Closeout Whitsitt's PRICE (Whitsitt's Second Floor) Mavtha Foster Is Hostess to YWA •Members of the Dolly Hictt Youni Women's Auxiliary of Ihe Firs Baptist Church met at the home o Martha Ann Foster'Monday night Juanita Overman and Marilyn Dougherty taught a mission studs book, "Rainbow South." Peg|;y Oil mcr. prcsirtcnt. presided In a bus! ness session, after which a socla lour wns conducted. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At AD Times WED-THURS Double Feature THESTORYOF ', ILL ROGERS Marriage Licenses The following .couples have obtained marriage licenses from the office of the County cleric, Elizabeth Blythe Parker: A. E Holmes and Annie I.ee Smith, both of Blytiieville; Rafael Romero. Leiianto, and Edna Burnett, Osceola; Horace Wilson and Juanlta Wlygul, both of Blythevllle; A. D. Harmon and Florence Rcddlck. both of Manila; Howard Hack and Mattle Meld, both of Blythevllle. _ ... RoGRS, .WYMAN — E'LUS — with -KAYMOKD I t WiritRSAl-INIERNJIIOKAL PBTIlKt Also Carlnon KIcK Indian* The Klamaih Indian trltn, 1*. cated on & l,000,000-acr« reserve, tion In southern Oregon's mountains, is the world's richest community, having a potential per capita wealth ol $28,000. LAST TIMES TONITE, Filmed where if happened! 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Hudson now holds OMTV national AAA record for stock-cjir comjietitionl FOR 1953, A SPECTACULAR NEW HUDSON WASP 5c« the smart and spectacular new 195-1 Hudson Wasp, lower-priced running mate of the Hudson Hornet. The Wasp, [cx>, features new styling, now interiors and colors, pi UB Hudson's famous gcL-up-and-go. Stand AFC) trim suit other RpnHfirfttiArM unH VEACH HUDSON SALES Walnut & N. Franklin BlyKieville, Ark.
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