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' ••BLYTHEV1LLE-(ARK.) COURIER NEWS"—••- •WEDNESDAY, -AUGUST -20, Social Calendar '.FRIDAY'S EVENTS Stated meeting, Order 'of East- cm Star, 8 P. M. B*rlist Circles Meet Circles of the Woman's Mlssioii- arv society of liic nrsl Baptist churchiheld .meetings Monday afternoon <- Circle. 1, which had 11 present, met at' ihe church. Mrs. John Buchanan used the 103 Psalm 'for the-devotional and Mrs. W. M. Bins lock gave the Bible lesson Prajcrs were offered b> Mrs A C Bljiylock, Mi 4 Alfred Carpenter and Mrs Leslie Moore Mrs Lloyd * Sllckmdn . conducted ;.. the business session The 11 members who attended circle',2, which met at llio church, heard;.Mrs. Walter Bishop conduct ,1110 business .session gUc (lie devotional and lead the Bible study. Mrs Hciirnn Walpolc offered prase' Circle 3 which met with Mr. Alvln Huffhian, had eight mcm- ters present.' Mrs. O. B. Barker led the ~de\ottonal, prnycis weic offered b\ Mis. R C HlaUccl. and Mrs. R. G. Cash iind Mrs Huffman gave the- leuon. The fourth circle, which met •nth. Mrs A Well hid M present, including R new member, Mrs J J Cookson Mrs R W. Small used the 145 Psalm for ; the de\otional before Mis Hurry FHtzius gave the Bible lesson •Prayers' were offered by Mrs. Tom W Jackson ai,l Ml-? 11' H 'Brcbks.'. After the business session, presided over by Mis. Jnck- sbn, ? an ice'course was served. Circle 5 met nt the church »hen the ten picscnt included a new membci, Mrs Harvey McCall Mrs Elsie Pnrker gave the devotional, from the • 183 Psalm Mrs Kendall Beiry give the nils slon lessen nnd prayers were of fered bj Mrs E r Blomejer and Mrs Jessie Rccder Mrs W A Grimmett presided in the business session Miss., Paul Stevens Kttliryn Vanderuurg I, Miss Mrs John Baker Potts, of jawrcnccburg, Tcnn. Is the guest of hci /daughlei Mm. L. M. Bur- nclte enionte to Kcnnctt. She came jcslcidij and will be lirce 01 n w eek Mi. and Mis Marlon C. Smith, of Houston, Texas, arrived this nomine to mnkc their home here. dr. Smith is the son of Mrs. J. Miss Jiianlin Perry returned lomc Monday from IXJUE Beach, "nlif,, where she spent a month .nil her brother, dene Perry, and Mis, Perrj. ; i N O Caitwilghl, of Osccola, U -a patHit nt the Eye, Ear, Nose nix! Throat hospital, Memphis. Mrs. C. n. Wroten, of Cleve- aiW, O., will arrive today to ijfcml three weeks with her par- Mils, JilK and Mrs. c. 0. Lnng- itcn Mi Wroten will Join her Septcmbei 11 — Horace Muse, ot Portneeville, s n patient nt the Memphis Bun- llst hospital. T Miss Adcle Lnngslon has rc- luriiwi home from Cleveland, O., ivherc she spent a month wilh lier sister, Mrs. C. n. Wroten ind Mr. Wroten. Miss Maj Hajs, of Osceoia, has been admitted to the Memphis Bnptlst hospllnl Drs Cail and Ednn Nics were jiiosls of Miss Marian Scott nt Haytl Sundny. Bits-of News Mostly Personal Mrs j\V. I, Horncr and Mrs Elton >if' Kirby were in Memphis jesterday to meet Jack Homer, who returned home after-spending lyo weeks at. Wheatley.i Aik •ftlth his grandparent, 1 ; >< ' , > Mrs. .Decree M. Hi'int, .wito'ic- cently underwent an operation' at a Memphis hospital, has rctuin- :ed home. : Mr. .and Mrs.'.'.Html are- now at the home of Mrs A B Fan Held. Bettv Jean and Richard Moore, of Osceola, are patients at the Memphis E>r, Far, Ncse and , Throat. hospital Mr. and Mrs W D. McClurUn have returned ftom Naslwillo, Tenn, where they spent the summer and attended Peabody college. Mrs. Jack Alexander, who has been living at Csceola and West Memphis since her mairiagc, is here with her parents, Mr and Mrs J. R Evans, while Mr Alexander is (raveling Slio will spend each week-end in Memphis with him. Dick,White is visiting in Hardj as the- guest of Mn and Mrs. John Kamp, of ParagouH, whc have a collage there Mrs. Mamie. Fritzius, whCK pelvic'tone was fractured whet she fell several days,aao In Memphis, is at the home of a daughter here Her condition Is very gcod Her sisters, Mrs J J David and Mrs Jchn H 1/m? have'.returned home after having been . with . her. George W: Barham attended to business in Jonesboro jes'erday Mrs. George W.'Barham went to FMiningUKV Mo., todhy t visit relatives until' Sunday. Mi Barham will motor up for her George -Perdue, 'of .Pine Bluff Is thi guest of his sister, Mrs W Leon Smith, and family, fo - several d&ys Miss Mary Eunice Layson i visiting relatives in CaruUiers TillD. Mrs. W,. Leon:Smith and daughter. Miss Miriam, and sons Leon and Jack, nave returnci " from a visit in Stuttgart, Llttl Rock and Pine Bluil Miss Franclre Rri>Pthal kf today for a visit in St Loitl Baltimore, Washington and Ne York Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smart c Richmond, Va, who are visitin relatives here, have gone to New Orleans for a week's stay Mus', Burma Bennett has gon to Ken net t where she will attend school while making her horn vith her sister, Mis J. L Low ranee, end Mrs. Lowrancc. Mrs. ( O W. McCutcheii and Mrs> C. M Gray are ill Memphis , today. Mrs McCutchen went down especially to meci her daughter w Sara Lou, who is returning home v from Lake Lure Camp for Girls Lake Lure, N-'C, where she spell the past two months. Frank Huffman is improving a • the Memphis Baptist hospital following a nasal . operation. Mr end Mrs. Jake Huffman and MiM . Virginia Huffman motored dowi Monday, and Titesday and Misi Luna. B Wilhelm his Jbccn will- him all this week.- Visiting him . also yeslcrda, , were Albert ant MerriU Powell, oi Coldwatcr f s, Jennings Van Landineham, Vliss Margaret Rhoads \Veds Clifford Johnson ''' °" • ,. n< • , -' ;,Johnson • of Decalur, Ala., which n, ^ lllC B!lpllst Glasgow. Mont, at «»«<"*>" Luxora Society — Personal Mri Mollle Green nnd dnu^li- :ei Mollie, havq returned to tlielr home in Flint,'Mich., after n ten davs ibit with Mrs. GrccnVpar- enls, Mr. nnd Mi's. Bob Owens. Mrs Charles Evans, and son, Canoll, accompanied- by Sidney Euins motored to Rlplcy, Tcnn Sunday for n visit, with Mrs. Evans' sister, Mrs. Guy licndcr- •on, for several days. Si . Mrs.. Mack Anderson arrived [roin Meridian, Miss., Saturday for n visit with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. N. Forbes. Mrs. Elizabeth!- Slllman left for St. Louis Sundny morning where she met: her daughters, who were returning from tlielr ' summer's vacation spent in Jamestown N V. '"!..' I •• ' • . : •• : L . ' Mi s. A lyi n , Wu[iitle rl'i el i,, a ml M r. and Mrs. Cliarlie Locke, of Mcm- iliis, ha'cl n car wreck Saturday, lenr Sleclc, Mo., ns they were enroute to St. Louis to "attend ho ball game between St. Louis and Pltlsburg. The 'wreck ; was caused by a blow out. No one wns seriously hurt, but all of-the pecupant.s of.,the car received severe bruises nnd shock. a. C. Driver, Jr., wns in Joncs- boro tliis week to register nt Arkansas State college, for the fall term of school, which opens Sept. 7. ' '',,•' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Boweu went to Bcntonvillc, Ark., Sunday for several days visit with Mrs. Bowcu's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Jackson. . ' Mrs. Herbert. Shtppen and Mrs James Driver, of , Osceoln, were guests of Mrs. Driver's mother, Mrs. Jesse Ill-own, Tuesday. »rf' ! ' r \,1 mt Mrs ' 4™ Dca " nn <! Miss Helen Gibson, of West Memphis, were Sunday guests -ot Mr and Mrs. Louis Spann. They were Accompanied by their daughter Alhe Lee, and her friend; Mary Louise Robinson, who remained over. for. a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. T. L m of Blythcvlllc, and Mrs „«;,,. Ky. UWC MemP!llS VlS "° rS Abe Livcrant is In St. Louis Ihls week attending market I 01 n supply of fall merchandise Mrs. Luclle Helms, of c'larks- dale, wns the guest of Mxs. J. M Majors Tuesday. wSif 5 ' 'S llth Howt °n and Mrs mmi Cr n. C " t0 "' Who lmve teci £J „. iV." to reportctl M Improv Ing at this time. Mrs. George Courtney's sister BJm I ? dcolhl of Helcna - Ark will be her guest !' l n .l. Mrs - •"•» Layle ns . "' "'*'« nan as . guests over the weekend Mr. and Mrs . j oc Rodeffer, ol Mt. Morris, 111., Mrs. Eodefter i Mr. Layle's cousin, and 'they were enroute to Birmingham, Ala fo a visit witn hcr sis , er .' a " Wedn Mte '"' accon P anl «l Mrs. Ethel Driver ami ^*V. es .? n ?. John B - "i- nnd 'sons were Grovcr mh,, left Trun an of Mr. Driver Miss Sunday morning for Ark, for a visit, with , 11I!11Q5 _"er mother Is in Covin E Tenn., visiting i, er Rev. Flcmmtng, w lio nas holding a series of meelings .en»ip.«i.« poj,!^ wln m ^ t " wi Coving ton HIIC return home Thursday. " ' ' lo" a '" ome Thu Marvin Spann was host ~ .... »„..' Ule WC(Wln B M M Maryan Marijnrct Rhoads lhls city lo cllfford »• J °>>»- • - Mrs ' JE - )™ s >arsonn B c ' ° C '° k Mr , notlllcl(l(1 today by her parents, Mrs - J - - - . . . R , f \' Wi " Lcdlew BpnncU. „ . ,' orof " 10 . Bfl|Hl.H.;cliurcli -- - »»* mj*i t ii,.i v y»iuiV,ll rnd the ring service In the- : pie.s 7 nee of friends of tlio groom and " mint of the bride, Mrs Ar • '''"'• K "' !lm f , Louis, who , • —• «»i i-iuuiDj WJIU joined Miss Rlioads there rtldny morning nnd accompnnled her to Montana. She wore n black 1 fnil suit with Mr, Johnson, uate of schools. ttns. Osceola Society — Personal ;Prof, J. B, Brown, president oj .Mississippi Ilclghls academy, Blue Mounlnln and T. E. Martin, a |iiember of the faculty, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Dit- Jard Monday while hero In the interest of, the school. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. R. \ycrbi returned home Sunday night from n two weeks vacation at Atlanta, St. Augustine, Fla, nnd'other gulf const points. . ' n, li. Jr.ncs was H '-business visitor In Blyllievlllc Monday. O'cunty engineer Fred Crockett nnd wife lefit Monday for- Q vacation at Monteagle, Tcnn,, and at Burnside, Ky. Russell Dalles of Earlc was a bi'.'lucss visitor here Monday. Mi-, and Mrs. n. 0. Bryan and her mother, Mrs. J. j. Dillard and her sislcr, Miss Eula Moore Dillard of Birmingham, Ala...let! Sunday afternoon for n. .visit to the Texas Centennial celebration! «t Dallas nnd Fort Worth. ' Sam Hodges, with his group of Mississippi county and -Missouri boys, returned yesterday.' from Camp Sapphire, Brevard, N. c. where lie has been a counselor this summer. Those in the parti were: Boyd White, Charles Af- fllck of Blythvlllc, I,. G. Byerlj of Leachvllle nnd Francis Beckman of Cape Glrardeau, Mo, Mrs. George Adams of Little Rock, who has been visiting hoi mother, Mrs. John White, wen to' Memphis todny where she Joined Mrs.:'II. S. Wilson, jr., Mrs. F M, Coates. .ami Mrs. Ed Lee ol Little Rock for n trip to the Texas Centennial at, Dallas. Thej will meet their husbands: there who nrc returning from the National Guard Encampment! a Palaclos, Texas. '' - O.sceola friends received an nouncemcnls this Week of tin marriage of Miss : Elizabeth Greei of St. Louis lo Robert Berlin of ""' city on ! August IS. The *'ho spent her! childhood "in . Is the /younger daughter of Mrs. Virgil Green of St. Louis who formerly lived here. Thi young couple will mnkc tliel home there. Lu X o,,----con S o,,daicd a ^x t r^ii;rs night for.tho purpose of receiving acccsorlcs and shoulder >:sage of gardenias. The bride, n popular meinbei of Osceola society, wns reared here, and Is a graduate of Osce- oia high school and Mrs. V J Bandy's Secretarial School and until recently was a member of the county agent's office Matt wns stationed In Osccola with Ihe U. s Engineers for two ycnrs. Is a graduate of the University of Alnbama nncl. Is now government Inspceloi on the Fort, Peck Dam being constructed at Glasgow. After a bridal trip to Regina and through tho province ot Saskatchewan Canada they will be' nt home In Glasgow. Mildred 'Galyeun Will -Many Douglas Grantson LUXORA, Aik.-Mr. and Mrs td I... Oalyenn, of Memphis, nri ttmimincliiB flic encasement nn< Wrenching mnrrlri-jc' ff th«|i daughter, Mildred, to D;u g ] n Qrantson, of Tampa, Fla. The wedding will te solemnized on Ecpteinbci 1 20 nt H P M bi the homn of (heir daughlei sclvln c'fricinllng, in the presenc of the immediate families. Miss Galyenn hns lived in IMX- ora since early childhood, nni only recently moved to Mcmphio with lid- parents. She is a grnd- Mr. Grnnlson Is connected with Hie government fleet locnted nt fc'nn Soucl. , ."'•'.•' j They will go at a lalcr date' lo Tniupn lo spend Ihe winter. candidate. •. visitors-.were M and Mrs..;J, w. Hill of .Lcpanto igraml sentinel from the «raiu chapter of Arkansas nnd Worthy Matron of the Lepanto chapter - ' Osceola Baptists Told About Home Mission Work OECF.OLA. Ark. - "A Summer Cruise Through Home Mission Fields" was the subject of the missionary program rendered . nt (he meeting of Ihe Baptist Mis- .sicnnry society .nt the home of Mrs. Ida Tucker and Mrs. Hale Jackscn Monday • afternoon with Mrs. John Douglas ns leader. Mrs. John Andrew Edrington gave the dcvollonal. > Attractive hnnd ninric nt\d typed programs In the- form ol sailing vessels were, given the guesls A survey of mission work done among- the Kalians in Tampn, Ihe French In Louisiana, thc Mexicans in the southwest and the Indians of the west wns given by Mrs. John Douglns, Mrs. A. F. Glascoe, Mrs. F. E. Tompklns! , ] respccllvcly. Mrs. Rnybnra- Engles of Afcm- Plils Is Ihe guest' or Mrs. Maggie Barblers yesterdny and today Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Jcrnigaii of Lepanlo were guests of tlielr daughter, Mrs. L. How ton and Dr. Howton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jernlgnn : relumed Sunday rrom a month's lout of the west, took his children, Betty Jean" to Memphis yesterday for tonsilectomy operallons at the Eye, Ear, Nose , forty-two members and l"' cs ent. , . . . and Mrs. .n. n. Jones. Nine members of the Girls' Auxlllaiy were special guests ot the society nnd gave their watchword, oath of allegiance, goal, scripture verses, r.tnr ideals and sang their hymn. They also showed their missionary scrap! Lcoks recently completed which they plan to send to the Bap- Ilst state hospital nt Little Rock, for he children patients. Girls having a part on the program were: Martha Tompklns Shirley and Betty Sue Mastin Shirley Ann Driver, Frances and Mary Catherine Lundy, Betsy Ross Springer, Merline Hnll and Margaret Naylor. Mrs. J. s. CanU Is the G. A counselor. •. . . Mrs. Ed Simmons and Mrs. L. Howton were new members. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Aelhysl Stmc ' out ot P !n - dow » . RE\VARD. Mrs. James B. For ale: 20 A. improved farm on' ,.f;,' Dl¥lslo n. H mile from city. I'lltle Coleman. Gen. delivery. ORDERS TAKEN Wilt "BLTOJAT" YAUN INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. 0. Haley lino Chlcknsawba Phone 792 .,•: ° i" 1 "*. .«* Walker park Monday afternoon, in compliment to his houscguesUs Allic Leo Dean of West ! Memphis, and ! Mai-y' 1 Joyce Robinson, of Jericho B ' O. Wllkins, Jr., and Dorothy. May I Forest were the other guests of WASH and Grease Job Sl.ir.it.tril Ksso Service Sl.t. M*\n & Division Raymond Schmuck, M nnd Throat Hospital. Mrs. Virgil Greene of St. Louis wns the guest, of her son, Robert Greene, at Kciser last week. She and Mrs. John White nre spending Ibis week in Hat Springs. Pearl Cartwright Is expcclecl home today from Camp Sequoynh ncnr Bristol, Vn. Her- mother Mrs. Raymond Cartwright and Clementine Bowcn met her in Memphis. . : • ;. Miss May Hays, chief operator at thc telephone office, is n patient at thc Baptist Hospitnl this week. i i « ,j I- G. Cartwright, underwent a tonsil operation nt the Baptist Hospitnl yesterday. His mother. Mrs. FInley Cnrtwrlght, Is with him. Jnmes Walpole of Atwood, Tenn., Is here for n visit with his cousin, j. E. Wnlpole nnd wife at thc home of Mrs. A. T Pate IN MF.MOR1AM In loving memory ot my dear wife. Ophelia Wilson. Just as the s\m was Sinking one year ago today. Death on swiftly moving pinions Bore my loving wife away. My patli here is rough, still We have the promise he Giveth his beloved sleep. How sweet it will be . In that fnlr land to see You smile and to touch your hanrt. Husband, J. M. Wilson. PICKARD'S GROCERY THK SAFEST 1>I,ACE TO HUY YOUR MEATS AND DAIRY PRODUCTS \Vc receive Swift's Pfeiuiuin Beef twice weekly. Green's Grade A Pasteurized JM i 1 k twice daily. \Vc have the most modern Frig- iciairn meal equipment. AVe Deliver. Phone 073 1044 Chickasawba CHAS. S. 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