The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 13, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 13, 1949
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PAGE FOUR (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, Jan* Shellon, Society Editor Phone 4J61 j Luncheon At Hotel Noble [ Honors Groups Monday „ SI. Stephen's Auxiliary of St. ' Stephen's Episcopal Church was * hostess to approximately 39 guests * from the surrounding country at a : ] o'clock luncheon Monday at Ho- J tel Noble. Jonesboro and Osccola were r*i>- i resented al'the meeting. * A short skit on experiences at pe- J tit Jean Mountain this summer was h given by Mrs. Benlley, Mrs. Boothe. * Mrs, Cameron, Mrs. Curry and Mrs. ' l Lalrette of the Jonesboro Auxiliary. ; Luncheon was served in. the Blue i Hoom from the "U" arranged tables * which were overlaid with white £ cloths and centered at intervals c with assorted early fall flowers. s Mrs. J. Leroy Huddleston, presi- 0 dent of the local Auxiliary, served 1 as mistress of ceremonies for the t. luncheon and presided over the * short business session which fol- * lowed. Definite plans were made for a * nursery for the young mothers of ~; the church. ;j ... j Junior Service League ;; Meets This Morning ,' The regular meeting of the Junior ' Service League Auxiliary was held f this morning at Ihe Jaycee Club c at 10 a.m. with Mrs. Wlllard Pease 1 presiding. j Reports on the Fashion Show , were given. It was announced that * the "Story Hour" will again Ire ; held beginning the first of October i at the new library. * It was unamlnlously voted that * the present officers be re-installed ' for the coming club year. The installation services be held at the next meeting which will be a luncheon at thp Country Club. Mrs. Karris McCalla svas appointed chairman with Mrs. A, R. Weten- Vamp to assist with the affair. ; Regular Meetings Held ' Yesterday by Circles '. Circle meetings of the First Pres• byterian Church were held yesterday with Mrs. Edgar Borum hostess " and Mrs. Elizabeth Greene co- i hostess to Circle One at 2:30. 1 Twelve members attended with Mrs. ! C, M. Gray presiding over the busl- ; ness session. Mrs. Erwin Jones, 1 program leader, led discussion on ' the topic, "Studies In the Gospel T iof St. John." •• -• Circle Two met at 2:30 with Mrs. \ j Leslie -Hooper.-, hostess to the 10 jrfmembers present.' Mrs. Zal '.Harri.'" ton presided over the business meet- j ing with Mrs. Roy Walton, program I -leader, presenting the study -in the 1 Gospel of St. John. ( Circle Three met at 2:30 with i Mrs. Bill Young presiding over the 1 meeting which -was held at the home j of Mrs. Rodney Banister. Ten i members were present for the Slud- r les in the Gospel of St. John which * was led by the program leader, MLS. J H. T. Kidd. J Mrs. Ross Stevens, Mrs. Paul j Lawrence and Mrs, Cary Lawrence t were guests of Circle Four at their 3UICK CHANCE—Used to be :hat you carried your bus tare tucked inside your glove, but aow here's a change. Designers present a new glove, featuring a '.ippered pocket built into the palm. The pockcl is large snough to hold some change and l couple of bills, or a commuter't ticket. Youth Meeting Begins At Huffman Church The Rev. Claude Richardson of Jackson, Tenn., began a Youth revival at the Huffman Baptist Church Monday night. He Hvill he assisted in the week's meeting by the Rev. David McPeak. Services begin each evening at 1:30 p.m. Bits of News 'Mission Needs' Subject Of W. M. U. Meeting "State Mission Nrcris" ilic subject of the W.M.U. of Uic First Baptist Church yesterday when they met :U the Chuix-h for a "Season of Pruyer for Mission Needs," Mrs. W. M. Williams, president, opened the meeting tlic repealing of the watchword and the hymn of the year. Opening prayer was led by Mrs. Theodore Logan. Mrs. Harry Frit/ius led a discussion the. subject "Later Than You Think." Mip. E,- : .E. Stevens gave the devotional .'"The Call ol Tlic Hcmr." Mrs. Tom Jackson led the group in prayer. Mrs. Fritzlus gave the Introductory remarks on state mission needs Miss Virginia Williams, daughter of Mrs. Sam Williams, 1059 Holly, has enrolled for the fall-winter K- mester at Ilrenau College, Gainesville, Oa. Miss Williams will be * member of the junior class. Aubrey Conway Is undergoing treatment at Bainea Hospital In St. Louis. Mrs, Cotiway is with him. Mrs. H. K. Smith of Wheatley. Ark., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Horner and Mr. Horner for several days. Mrs. H. H. Klrby Is spending a few days In St. Louis. Mrs. W. B. Tanner will leave tomorrow for Chapel Hill, N. C., where she will be housemother for Phi Delta Theta fraternity at the University. Mr.s. Harry W. Humes, Mrs. A. O. Hudson and Mrs. Gilbert Hammpck are jn Jonrsboro today for the Arkansas Training School of the American Cancer Society. Mrs. Wyalt Henley relurncd Monday night from a week's visit in Willow Springs. Mo., as guest of her brother, J. N. Wilton and family and Mountain Grove. Mo., as guest of E. A. Handle and family. While there -she visited Norfolk Dam and other points c( interest. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Sllibley. Sr., motored their son, A.G. Shibley. Jr., to Memphis yesterday from where he left for 1'uhine University, New Orleans, where he will be a sophomore. Misses Betty Wooten and Bobbie Sue Whiscnhiint left Saturday for Little Rork, where they have entered nurse's training! at the Baptist Hospital, They were motored to Little Rock by Miss Woolen's parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wooten. Dr. and Mr.s. J. C. Young of Joncsboro spent Sunday here as guests of Dr. Young's sister. Mrs. W. A. Edwards, and Mr. and Edwa rds. Mrs, O. N. Hawkins returned home Sunday from Memphis where she visited several days as guest of her daughter. Mrs. C. J. Schafer. Mr. Schnfer, nnd son, Charles Ed! John Bruce Wilson, son of Mrs. B, U. Wilson, left Sunday for Ark- Lake Strut W.S.C.S. j Has Regular Muting Fourteen member* of Hit Lalu Street MetliodUt Women* Society of Christian Service met yrMerdty at the honw of Mr». Lima Harrison with Mrs, Adrl» Reagun co-hosltu. Following opening prayer by Mr«. J. W. Maloney, Mrs. Billy Kln», president, pre«ided over the short business session. Mrj. Don Luti presented a program on "Faith" assisted by Mrs, C. T. Shamlin, Mr*. C. M. Baxter, Mn. George Shanlu and Mr.v Maloney, Mrs. Reagan led the dismissal prayer. A salad plate with Iced drinks was served by Ihe hoste.ues. Group Meeting* Held By Women's Council The Women's Council of the First Christian Church met yesterday for their group meeting* with Mrs. R. M. Beck hostess to the Faith Oroup with nine members present. Mrs. E. M. Tony RRve the devotional with Mrs. M. Fitz.simmons assistitjg. Mrs. Letter Slrubhar led in prayer. Mrs. Ben Karpole was hostess to the Hope group with three members present. Mr.s. Albert Taylor gave the devotional and program. The Love group met with Mrs. O. 3. Crowd) with eight members present. Mr.s. R. L. Dedman s»*'e the spent Sunday in Little Rock as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shelton and family. Lt. Dick Wilson, who reported to Hamilton Field Sept. 2. left Monday noon by plane for Okinawa where h:i will be stationed with the 20ih Air Force. Perry Lee Adklsson and Claude Cassidy left Sunday for the University of Arkansas. Fayettevilte. Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Widner and daughter, Patricia Ann. left Monday for a week's vacation in the Ozarks. They will return by way of Hot Springs. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Gleaner* Clasj of the First Baptist rhurch will meet »t T.30 wRh Twtday Mrs. E. B. Lloyd »'H1 be ho»te« »t the home of her d»ughter, Mrs. Clyde Bunch, to the Varbro Horn* Demonstration Club. Junior Service Auxiliary Leigu* will meet >t 10 a.m. «t the Junior Chamber of Commerce Club Instead of the Chamber of Commerce. High School' P. T. A. Executive Board meeting 2:30 p.m. General assembly, 3 p.m. immediately following will be a social hour for freshmen mothers and new faculty members. Mrs. James C. Guard hostes* to Til-Town Bridge Club. Wednwdaj Delphian meeting at 10 a.m. at Hotel Noble. Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society meets at church at 2 p.m. Thursday Double Four Bridge Club meets at home of Mrs. Theodore Logan on Country Club Drive at 2 p.m. W. S. C. S. of Ihe Gosnell Methodist Church will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. N. W. Kyle hostess to Thursday Night Club. Mrs. Neville Blakemorc hostess to Thursday Root: Club. Mrs. O. O. ElUIns hostess to Bly- Ihcville Rook Club. Avalon Bunco nfeets with Mrs. Raymond Sharablin. I'riday Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church meets at the Wood, 120 Dou- Mrs. W. F. 'nicker A. Afflick and Mrs. C. left Tuesday for Mem- ansas State College. Jonesboro. Mr. Wilson will receive his degree in June. , phis for several days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Henley and son, Gordon, Jr., spent Si'nday in Lula, Miss., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sisk and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Osborne, Jr., announce the birth of a daugh- ler Friday at Walls Hospital. The baby, who has not been named, has a sister. Berneria Sue. Bobby Cassidy left Sunday for the Arkansas State, Jonesboro, where he will enroll as a junior. Mrs. Kenneth Anrick of Jonesboro spent Sunday here as gl'est of Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Osborne and family. Mrs. Ted Cunningham of Texarkana is spending a week with her sister, Mrs. Osborne, and LUXORA NEWS By Mrs. G. C. Driver Baptists Hold Business Meeting, fleet Officers Officers to serve the First Baptist Church In Luxora for the year, beginning October 1, were elected last week at a church business meeting, it was announced here today by Mrs. T. F. Hudson, church in their respective clerk. Those elected capacities are as follows: Mrs. T. F. Hudson, clerk; Mrs. S. J. Smith, treasurer: Mrs. R. L. Houck, organist; Jack Majors, board member; and Mrs. John Thweatt, librarian. Sunday school officers are: E. C. Slceen, superintendent; 'J. A. McCullar, assistant superintendent; Mrs. Graver Driver, general secretary; Mrs. W. C. Howard, superintendent nursery department; and Mrs. S. J. Smith, superintendent primary and beginners departments. Baptist Training Union leaders are: J. A. McCullar, director; Mrs. Joe Olive, assistant director; Mrs. E. E. Tucker, general secretary; and Mrs. Olive, Mr. Skeen. Mrs. Skeen. and Mrs. J. T. Koch, union leaders. College Students Urparl eft Wednesday for their home In Alexandria, La., after a three week visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Fardeecey. Mrs. Murray Richardson and children spent Sunday in Memphis, visstiuf relatives, Mrs. Gene Tucker of Seattle, Wash,, is visiting Mr. Tucker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tucker. She Tucker. be joined later by Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison, who have been making their home in Blytheville for the past few months, have moved here, and are now mafc- In; their home with Mrs. Harrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Owen. The Weslcyan Service Guild met last Tuesday night, at the home of Mr.s. John Ford, with 16 members present. A business meeting was presided over by Mrs. C B. Thomas, president, and the program leaders and hostesses for the year were assigned. Mrs, Tom Callts led the worship service, and Mrs. John Bowen gave an inspirational study program on "Our Faith". After a social hour, the hostess served a dejserl course. Gleaners Class Meets At Murray Smart Home The Gleaners Sundav, School Class of the First Baptist Church met last night at the home oJ Mrs. Murray Smart with Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon co-hostess to the IT members present. Mrs. Stlckmon chose for the devotional subject, "The Understanding Heart" alter which Mrs. Walter Bishop led In prayer. Mrs. Chester' Caldwell presided over the business session and the election of new officers. The following will take office: Mrs. Russ-ll p. Parr, president; Mrs. Jim Crafton, first, vice-president; Mrs. Matt Monaghan, second vice-president- Mrs. T. W. jefferles, third vic^ president; Mrs. Elsie Brown, secretary; Mrs. Stickmon, assistant secretary; and Mrs, W. J. Wunctc-r- lich, treasurer. Miss Delia pmlle. a former member of the class who Is rov, i'. tending school at Washington university, was a guest. Yellow chrysanthemums used throughout the home. Ice-cream and the hostesses. cake and Rain Covers for Luxorans who are attending i Wide Area; Parts Or out-of-town schools for the current Midwest Hit by Freeze term. College seniors returning Jor ' their last year include MUs Evelyn home of Mrs. Drl gaii, at. 2:30 P-m. i ansas . Friday Rook Club meets with Mrs. second William Berrj-man. Mrs. Lcndennie Fowler hooless to C. B. C. Club. Hill. Blue Mountain, Miss., ar.d Miss Sarah Lanjsion, University of Ark- Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce. 7 p.m. Christmas Decoration Committee of tiie Chamber of Commerce. 2:30 of with Mrs. E. C. Brown. Mrs. Ted and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon speaking on the subject. Mrs. Jh. Crafton nnd Mr.s. Wnl-I Co ," cs!c °' Mortuary Science, ter Bishop offered prayers for the, Missions. Following a]i offering for stale missions. Mrs. Alvin Huffman._Sr,, dismissed the group with prnycE-.' family. Mrs. Minnie WaUlns of Manila .returned home today a tier spend- MIS.S tvclyn Jean Pigg. daughter; j,,g sever*! days with her daugh- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Plgg. anil 1 ter and family. Miss Betsy Covington. daushtcr of] Condition of Cecelia Henderson. seven-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Henderson, who was Injured In a fall Saturday at her home, is satisfactory, she will be removed to her home from Blythe- vitle Hospital In several davs. Mr. and Mrs. James O'Bannun announce the birth of a son this Mrs. Myron NalUinp of OsceolA, left today for Vnndcrbilt William H. stovall. University. Mr. nnd Mrs. . Jr.. left Sunday for St. Lnuis. where Mr. Stovalt will be a studen at The Mary Christine and Mar- meeting at 8 p.m. at the home olD-riii.-.. ' IV-IT Bob F - '• A. Meets Tomorrow; ln ?'! Mrs. Monroe Grain with Mrs. Bo Longan co-hostess to the group. Mrs. Elbert Huffman presided over the business session with Mrs. Hermon Carlton program leader for the topic. "Studies in the Gospel of St. John." Circle Five met at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. C. M. Gray with Mrs. Z:il Harrison co-hostess to the 17 members, three visitors and one new member present. Mrs. F,bb Spradley conducted the business meeting with Mrs. D. C. McLean program leader for the Studies in the Gospel of St. John. All circles made plans for the annual loyalty dinner which will be held at the church Wednesday, September 21st at 6:45 p. m. Mrs. Ross Stevens is president of the Circles. At Sudbury Auditorium The Sudbury Parent Teachers Association will meet tomorrow at '•t p.m. in the school auditorium for the first meeting of the year. Preceding Ihe general assembly at 3 p.m. will be an Executive Board meeting at 2:30. Mrs. will preside over the genera! meeting which will be followed with a "get-acqiiiiuued" hour for all mothers and faculty members. p.m. Tiirsday Lions Club. Hotel Noble, p.m. High School P.T.A. Executive Board 2:30 followed with P.T.A. 3:00. City Council 8 p.m. American Legion 8 p.m. Wednesday Kiwams Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Sudbury P.T.A. Executive Hoard 2:30 followed with P.T.A. 3:00. Thursday Rotary Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Fridaj Football: Chicks vs. Paragould. 3 p m. Here. devotional taken from-First Tiies- salontans on "Skyline Drive of Purity." Mrs. Hadley Hay presented the i program. -. | The hostesses served refresh! ments. year students of college cm it ilium arc Miss Betty Mifilin, Arkansas Slate Teachers College, and Tommy Stanford, Kemper Military Academy. Those embarking on their Freshmen tours include Cleo Hanna, Harding College, Jimmy Driver. Arkansas State. V/iltna Layne, Arkansas State Teachers, and George McLendon, University of Missouri, Prep students are Miss Wade Mc- f'cnry, Hutchinsotl's, Memphis, and Edward Stanford. Kentucky Mili- i tary Institute. Miss Martha Lucas 12:15 is entering St. Vincent's Nursing School in Little Rock. ReUmiine: for a second year at Mississippi State College for Women is Miss Dorothy Rozelle. By the Associated Press A cold front moved eastward across the plains states and high winds and rain whipped wide areas along the middle Atlantic coastal reeion today. The of cool air from Northwest Canicia centered in the Western Dakotas. Western Nebraska and NOJ theaxtern Montana early tcday. Temperatures throughout, the region were below freezing. Skies generally were clear, but there was rain over much of the midwest area. Frost and freezing temperatures were forecast for parls of Ihe north central states tonight. Siorm warnings were posted fron: Nantucket. Mass., to the North Car- 7axes in New Zealand Rise $200 Per Person AUCKLAND, New Zealand -Wi Each person in New Zealand will pay almost $290 in taxes this year, says Walter Nash, taxation finance minister. This compares with about S55 In 1930. The only way to reduce taxes, Nash says, it to cut social services and reduce the number of civil servants. This, he says, the government wilt not do. i Commenting on his statement, the "New Zealand Herald" said, the army of controllers, inspectors and formfilling clerks will remain. White-crowned suarrows feed their brood about 250 Insects in day, In addition to weed seed. olina Coast as a wind-rain storm moved np the Atlantic oCast from Cape Hatteras. N.C. The Southern states reported warm weather and temperatures along the Pacific Coast were around normal. Locals Mr. and Mi's. Leonhrd Ellison entertained with a three-table bridge i party at their country home Friday nijht. Mrs. S. C. Ingram won high score for Ihe women, and Mr. Le.s- ter Stevens won high score for the men. The hast and hostess served a salad course at the conclusion of the games. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howard arc in Lexington, Tenn., for several days, visiting relatives. W. H. Gowen and E. A. Dorrk of Memphis were gucsU o. C. C. Driver last Thursday at the Rotary fish- fry in Victoria. They weie accompanied home by Mrs. Gowen's mother- in-law. Mrs. Sue M. Brown. M. and Mrs. Ned Fardeecey, Jr., j motored to school by Joe Bales and At The Hospitals Hospital Clear Lake W. M. U. Meets at Church \ . , Oscc- SiTi members were present fnr the ! "la Clear Lake W.M.U. nip.ri:njr Tliuis- j Mrs. D:rk Suiuin and baby, m t. j program Hlythcvlllc Dismissed : Mr.s. Leon Davis and baby, H. F. Adams. Manila. Walls lliispil.ll Dismissed: Kul?v Kern Berry, Dell. Mrs. Billy King and baby. Mr. and Mrs William H. Stovall. Jr., ]fft Sunday for St. Louis wbpre Mr. Stovall will enroll in the Collese of Mortuary Science. Mr .and Mr.s. Harold Anderson and son, Hnrolri Edward. Jr.. have returned to their home in Marianna after having been here for the funeral of Mr. Anderson's grandmother. Mrs. Rosa Anderson. Mrs. James Bell and son, Billy, have returned lo their home in Stuttgart after coming her especially to attend the funeral of Mr.s. Bell's grandmother, Mrs. Rosa An- days as guest of her daughter. Airs, dcrsou. Donald Rogers, Mr. Rogers and Mrs. Sylvia Cleveland of St. Louis family. | spent the week-end here a.s guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sanforrt Shclton i Mr. and Mr.s. Charlie Cain and !am- anrl sons, Mickey and Richard,! ity. Miss Dorothy Lum will leave today for Washington University, St. Louis, where she will be a sophomore. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powell of Sike.ston rnnounce the birth of a daughter Saturday night at r, hospital there. The baby, which Is their second child, has been named Dor- j othy Lee. Mrs. Powell is the former George Siilwcll. picsident, I Mlss Lavern Norton of Blythcvllle. side over the general meet- Wrs - J E ' Lunsford returned Sen will be followed with home Sunday night from Taylor- vllle. 111., where she spent several City. : day for a Royal Service at the church. The meeting was opined with the singing of the song. "Tnerc I Is A Name I Love To Hear" and a devotional by Mrs. J. E. Cox. : Subject of iho group lesson wasj "Christ, (lie Answer lo Atheistic- i Communism." Mrs. J. T. Sitnpsnu. program leader, assisted by Mrs. W. Smith, Mrs. Mable Harmon, Mrs. W. M. Ford | and Mrs. Dan Beard presented the Roynl Service program. Closing prayer was given by Mrs. J. E. Cox. , . Mrs. Richairt Osburne and baby City. '] Mrs. J. M. Creasy. HI, 4. I Mrs. E. E. Cannon and b;iby. city Mrs. Johnnie Green and baby City. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Conllnuoui Shows Sat. A Sun. 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