The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1951 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 2, 1951
Page 3
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FACE FOUR (ARK.) COURIER HEWS Jan* Shelton, Society Editor ewA Fhon* 4461 Silver Tea Plans Made by Guild A Silver Tea and book review was planned for Oct. 16 last night by members of the We s ley a n Scrv ice Guild of the First Methodist Church who met at the Roy I. Bagley home on Ninth Street. The evening's program preceding the business discussions was given by Miss Sue Osment and entitled, *'God Is No Respecter of Persons," Mrs. W. W. Peek presented the evening's devotional for the Guild and three guests, Mrs. Herman Wai- pole, Mrs. W. R. Akenhead of Little Rock and Mrs. Fred Steadmaii, nnd two new members. Mrs. CM Gossett and Mrs. Dan Blodgctt. Mrs, E. J. Cure will present a book review at tlie Silver Tea planned for Oct. 16 at the church. It was nn- nounccd. The business discussions were closed with the naming of committees for the event. Mrs, Baglcy served refreshments in the social hour following. Circle Conducts Initial Session The initial meeting of the newly- formed Circle of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Baptist Chapel Mission was held y&icrday afternoon in the home of Mrs. R. W. Wcoten. Officers were named by the circle members and meeting dates decided, Named to serve for the year were Mrs. Woolen, president; Mrs. James Kellcy, young people's leader; Mrs. Miss Carrie Cooke of Memphis arrived this morning to spend .several days as guest of her cousins. Mrs. Emma Nolen and Miss EHse Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Morton and . . - , . daughter, Shelley Jan, will le.ive C. E. Parks, first vice president; ! Saturday for Flushing. N. Y.. to Mrs. R. C. Thompson, second vice :r " ake their home. They have resided In Blylhevilte for the past three and one-half years. Included In the enrollment al ..,.; 6 ,u.i|, IHJICIHI M> iiii-ev ine,OuachIta Baptist College Arkadel- flrst. seccnd and fourth Mondays | l' hla are Carroll L. Evans and in various homes of the members. Mrs. John Buchanan presented the afternoon's devotional and prayer and Mr.s. Thompson closed: the meeting with a prayer. president; Mrs. John Nelson, secretary and treasurer and Mrs, Joyce Crocker, mission study chairman. Tlie group agreed to meet the Blythe. Church Auxiliary Meets in Home The mediation. "The Praise of Glory." presented by Mrs. LeRoy Huddleston last night opened the meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Eplscopnl Church when Mrs. S. S. Patterson was hostess to the group at her home on West Main. During th« business discussion, members approved an amendment which would set meeting dales at the first and third Monday of each month. Mrs. E. R. Mason gave the program, "Thanks Be lo God" and was assisted by Mrs, O. O. Hardaway ind Mr». Pattereon. The hostess served refreshments tn the Mclal hour following. Women Convene In Circles Menilxrs of the Woman's Society Annual Supper To Be Given ThB annual Harvest Supper given by the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Promised Land Methodist Church will be held tomorrow night at the church. Supper will be served from 5 till 8 PJH. In the church entertaining rooms! Stanley Ingrum, both of <llle. Robert Gene Fisher, nine- months-olrl son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fisher has returned to his home from Memphis Methodist Hospital where he had been n patient for several days. Ills condition is reported as satisfactory. Seaman Apprentice George Eugene O'Brien leil ye.sterriay for tha Navy station at Millington where he will be a hospital ccrr«man. Sea- Mrs. H. Thompson Installed As WFMS President Mr«. Harold Thompson last night took office as president of the Woman's Forelun Missionary Society of the First Church of the Nazarene, in services conducted at the church. 'Ilie Hev. Royal Schullc pastor was Installing officer. Prayer by Mrs. Oscnr Alexander opened the session for (he 26 members, with the Rev. Mr. Schulu presenting the evening's devotional. Others accepting offices were Mrs Roy dairies, rtcc president; Mrs Alexander. Ireasurer; Mrs. Billy Lnmbcrt, corresponding secretary Miss Doris Payne, recording secretary; Mrs. Horace Halford. superintendent of study and Mrs. Ray Wliilc. superintendent ot publicity Following the service Mrs. Lnni- bert led the closing prayer. Final Dinner Plans Discussed Final plans for (he annual Fellowship Dinner of the First Presbyterian Church to be held tomorrow night at the church, were mane yesterday at the meeting of the Executive Board of the Women of the Church. Mrs. o. W. Dillahimty conducted TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 19W day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. B. Rice of West- Thompson. Mr. and Mrs crn Springs. III., were the wseke Armorel Baptists Have Monthly Business Session Mrs. Charley Brown was hostess at her home yesterday afternoon lor the monthly business meeting of the Armorel Baptist Woman's Missionary Society. A devotional by Mrs. W. E. Edmondson opened the session. Reports of officers preceded a talk by Mrs. Edmondson In which •me. told o: the sending of a box to the orphanage at Montlcello for an orphan whom the Society has "adopted." Mrs. N. C. Patterson reported on the selection of counselors, with Mrs. Adrian Russell being named Young Woman's Association counselor and Mrs. Ira , „..„ counselors. Mrs. /Arch Beard will serve as assistant counselor and Aulclron Smith and Iron Dlxon will serve as counselors for the Royal Ambassadors. Mrs. Kay Downing and Mrs. F. w. Garrison wilt be Sunbeam counselors. Plans for a mission study lesson to be presented the fifth Monday were made and the meeting was adjourned with a season of prayer. Mrs. Edmondson closed the prayer. Mrs. Tom Kellick and Dixon. Girls Auxiliary the meeting which was held at 2:30 at the church. Luncheon-Meet HeldbyWSCS Marlgo!d« decorated the entertaining rooms of the First Methodist Church yesterday for the 1 p.m. luncheon preceding the meeting of the Womans Society of Christian Service. Luncheon was served by Circles One, Two and Three of the Society. In the business discussion. Mrs. William Wyatt, president presided, with Mrs. James C. Guard present- Ing the devotional. The afternoon's lesson, "United Nations and Our Human Rights," was taught by Mrs. Roy I. Bagley. The Lord's Prayer was repeated by the Society to close the meeting. Dell WSCS Has Business-Program "Christian Missions and Human Rights" was the program directed by Mrs. John Stevens, Sr., last night for the 26 members,'one new member and one guest of (he Woman's Society of Christian ^Service of the Dell Methodist Church. Meeting with the Society at the church were new merrTber Mrs. E. w. Nolen and guest, Mrs. Hunter Williams. Mrs. R. A. Greenway »nd M™ Noble GUI were hostesse. (or tf^ meeting. Assisting Mrs. Stevens with th, program were Mrs. Boyce Russell Mrs E. H. Hall and Mrs. Arthur' Penter. The program was closed with prayer and In the business portion following, plans were discussed for the annual Harvest Supper to be held Nov. 8 at the church. Mrs. MavU Settlemire president, presided. The hostesses served a dessert course In (he social hour following. WaMtfiePoor Open/ WATCH THURSDAY'S PAl'ER of Christian Service of Lake Street, . Methodist Church met in Circles j mnn O'Brien had been spending 10 yesterday and last night for pro- da J' s here as « UMl of his mother, j guests' of Mr. Rice's brother Ed i gram-business sessions. Mrs - Louise "O'Drlcn a-nd grand-j Rice, and Mrs. Rice. Mr and'MIS i conducted the mother, Mrs. a. L. Scott. "•-Miss Mary Louise O'Brien has en- Mrs. Jim Davis meeting of Circle One last night' at the church. Fifteen members were present for the session which opened with a discussion of the chicken dinner and bazaar to be held Oct. 23 at the church. Mrs, C. M. Baxter was devotional leader and took her topic from "the Methodist Woman's Magazine." The meditation, "Fruits of the Spirit" closed the program. The meeting was adjourned with a prayer by Mrs. W. L. Orecn. Circle Two convened yesterday afternoon, with Mrs. L, T. Wood presenting the opening devotional, "About My Father's Business." Group singing preceded special prayer for the sick led by Mrs. Henry Young. A Bible study followed. Mrs. Iverson Morris, Mrs. Alvina Furr nnd Mrs. Wood were named to compose a committee for the selection of books and planning for the group's project, a lending library. -. „ ...».,_ j VJV , c . rin. Him All5 Rice were en route to Blloxi, Miss Murray Smart, Jr., son of Mr. and * • •• •• j •jiuiiii,, ^r., son 01 Mr and rolled for her freshman studies at I Mrs. Murray Smart of Blytheville Ther» are 30 known "moons" which are satellites of the known planets of thi sun. nine TrcveccR Nazarene College, Nash' ville, Tenn. Mrs. Floyd Seay and Mrs. Frank Scay spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevens left yesterday for their home In Detroit after having been the houseguests of Mrs. Stevens' parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Fondrcn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Ford of West Helena, former Blytheville residents, announce the birth ot their first child a daughter, Sept. 24 In West Helena. She has been named Mar- Jorle Jane. Mrs. Ford Is the former Miss Wanda Shanks. Mrs. E. O. Lovcll was returned to her home today from Memphis Baptist. Hospital where she had been a patient for 10 days. Her son, Rex Lovell motored to Memphis to accompany her home. Mr, and Mrs. D. C. Freeman have returned from •' several days visit with (heir daughters, Mrs. Phi! Simmons, and Mr. Simmons ol North Little Rock and Mrs. Leon Taylor, Mr Taylor and daughter. Sally Jo of Camdcn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Corkran and family of Memphis were the Sun- has pledged Sigma Alpha Epsllon fraternity at Tiilane, New Orleans where he is a freshman. Mrs. George Crews Is reported critically 111 R t her home on North Franklin Street. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Lane Alvin Lane, til. Mrs. Leslie Moore and Mrs. O. R. Bedford returned this morning from a four day trip to Austin. Tex. They went especially for the celebration of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Julius w. Johnson. Mrs, Johnson is a former Blytheviile resident. Mrs. Chester Caldwell Ii now at her home on Holly street after having been a patient at Memphis Methodist Hospital. Condition ot W. S. Langdon, who IB a patient at the Blytheville Hos- pilal, Is reported as remaining crit- icnl. FREE! Wed. & Thurs. 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