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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 16, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBWl tO, MM Society /\tew& Jan* She!ton. Society Keillor f Phone 4461 Hutcherson-Banks Vows Repealed at Osceola Miss Willie Ray Banks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cledls Bank* o( Blythevllle became Ihe bride of J. D. Hutcherson in a double ring ceremony performed Oct. 6th in Osceola Miss Margie Lee Qaer served as maid of honor. She selected a suit of forrest green, with which she wore accessories of red and carried a bouquet of red roses tied In match' In? satin. For her marriage, the bride \vore a suit of gray with black accessories. Her blouse of silk lace featured a high neckline outlined in the lure, The lace trim was repeated along the wrlstllne and Ihe bride carried a while Bible mounted with white blooms centered with an orchid. Satin ribbons flowed away from the design, A reception followed at the. home of Mrs. Henry Gargks. The couple left later in the evening for La- Granpp, III. to make their homr^, where the groom Is connected with the Numon Poultry Farm. fMnnthlv The bride attended Burdctte High IVujniniy School and at the lime of her marriage was employed at the Dixie Bits of News Bazaar Plans Completed By Woman's Society Final plans were made tor the Get, 23 bazaar to b« held at the Lake Street Methodist Church, last night at the session, of Circle One at the church. Mrs, C. M. Baxter gave the open- prayer with the circle chairman, Mrs. Jim Davis, presiding over the discussions. It was announced that the all day bazaar would be from 10 a.m. till 8 p.m. Methodists Meet In Circles Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodic t Church met yesterday in homes about the city (or Circle sessions. Mrs. LconSYd Johnson was hos- WSCS Discusses' Supper Plans ' committees were named and II- nal plans discussed for the annual Harvest Supj>er given by the Dell Methodist Womans Society of Christian Service at (he group's bl- mmuhly sesslor at the church last tess to 15 members of Circle One. S night. Mrs. A. H, Boyd was co-hostess and: Mrs. Mavis SeUlcmlre and Mrs. Mrs. Dennlc Fowler met as a new 1C, H. Whistle were hostesses to the member. A season of prayer was the'24 members and one guest, Mrs. devotional and Mrs. Nekton Whltisl Hunter Williams. taught the studv. Mrs. Seltlemirc opened the tcs- Clrcle Two met at tlie home of; slon with a devotional and In the Given at Church Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Lun.sford and family of Memphis were the Sunday guests of Mr.s. buns ford's mother, Mr.s. John Moore, and Mr. Lunsford's mother, Mrs. J. E Lunsford, Mrs. I.unsford, who had been .spending .several days Iti Memphis ! with her son and family, accom- ipanied the group to niytheville. Mrs. R. w. Woolen has relumed i from Little Rock where she had j .spoilt several days as KUCM of her daughter, Mrs. Harold McLarey. Donna Este* of Padticnh. Ky.; is visiting her grandpa rents, Mr. and Mr.s. L, E. Gay. Mrs. Col em an Stove-us a yd children will leave Saturday lor Shreveport, La., to spend several weeks with Mrs, Stevens' parents, Dr. and Mr.s. llowell Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-stm of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Kwell Wallers and family ol I.uxora and. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hart and family evening's devotional, "God Is Your Partner." was presented by Mrs. Lacey Gordon. Group singing and rc-p^ating of the Lord's Prayer closed the meeting. Mrs. Billy King, president of the Lake Street Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service, yesterday was a guest with Cirde Two, which mot at the church for a program-business session. The devotional, a poem, "A God Who Gives Peace" and a playlet, "Cast Thy Bread." was presented by Mrs. Rill Green. In the business session Mrs. Green resigned a.s circle chairman and .Mr.s. L. T. Wood was elected (o fill the vacancy. The group presented an oflc-ring The World Comnumitv Day to be ' Mrs, John Lane, with Mrs. Robert i absence of the guest speaker, the celebrated Nov. 2 at the Mctn- i Warren co-hostess. Twelve members'Rev, E, H, Hall, who Is ill, R busi- ocllst Church was discussed and the , wore present and Mrs. Sam Haynes ness discussion followed. • - - - - - -- ! wns a new member. Mrs. Jennie Committees were named (or the Walker was the only guest for the ; supper, with Mrs. Bob Henderson session which was opened with a j selected as chairman of the ticket, dcvoticiml by Mrs. A. C, Haley. Mrs.(sales. Mrs Arthur Penter, Mrs. R Charles Alford gave the study les- 1 B. Cjnwford and Mrs. James TW- son. ! well compose the committee. Supper Twelve members of Circle Three 1 will be served from 5:30 till 8:30 met at the home of Mrs. W. I. Don-! at the church. ton. Miss Sue Osmcnt was a guest : Refreshments were served by ihe with the circle and gave the de-j hostesses following the meeting ad- vottonal. Mrs. George Pyles present- j journment, ed the lesson. ! — Mrs. E. D. Ferguson and Mrs. M. Mrs. f.. u. i-ersuson anu Airs. »«•] i j t \ \/ • \ t G. Goodwin were hostesses at thelMTS. MQTV6V t\1GU Ferguson home to Circle Four. Mr.s | ' ' Ben White was a new member, with' [jj |"£CtS P TOO TO IT) the 12 members Attending and Mrs. ^ the 12 members attending and Mrs. G. A. Hale presented (he devotional. Mrs. Joe Ferguson directed the filiuly course- Harvey T. Kidd directed the program, "Homespun," yesterday at Mrs, Roy I. Bagley and Mrs. Wit- i the general meeting of the Women 12 ; of the First Presbyterian Church. The session was held at the church ommunity Day, I Ham Wyatt were guests with Die 12 ponsored by the • members of Circle Five, who met at Mr. Hutcherson also attended T j, e monthly missionary pr Burdette schools before moving to was given for members and LaGrange .two years ago to make 1 his home. ' * * • Baptist YWA j Has Program Miss MlUle Ann Mallory last night was hostess at her home to nine members of the Young Woman's Association of Lhft First Baptist Church. Prayer by Miss Edna Overman opened the program session, which was taken from "The Window." the YWA manual, Five members participated on the program and the session was closed with prayer by Miss Maxlne Hill. A social hour followed in which the hostess served refreshments. A Perfect Playmate of the Woman's Missionary Society of Cnlviiry Baptist Church yesterday after noon. Members ;md Buesls, Mr.s. Alton Prc.snell, Mr.s. Cordia Miller, Mr.s. El in a Cockran and Mrs. Vora Khoddes met at the church for. the session which opened with prayer by Mrs. A. D. Priest, Mrs, If. J. Fondren conducted the business session which opened with a discussion of pluns for a mission study class to bo held at the church Oct. 29, with Mrs. Vernon Boyd In charge. Oct. 20 was also selected as the date for a Bible study under the direction of Mrs. Mabel Lunsford, Mrs. Jimmy Davis directed the program "Preparation for the Purpose of God." Mrs. Porter Miller gave the devotional and Mrs. Lun.-i- ford discussed, "Nationals Needed." Mr.s. "A. W. Jones read a letter from eight seminary students in Barcelonla, Spain, followed by a discussion of seminaries in Switzerland by Mr.s, S. D. McOee. Mrs, Presneli spoke on seminaries In NiReria followed by (.lie reading of South American cablegrams by Mrs. Joan Hudson. Mrs, Priest for the World Ci , which is being sp, , .... ( of Uurdctte were Sunday Kuesls of | United Council of Church Women, I the home of Mrs. A. K. Miller, Mrs. al - f ] Mr. and Mrs. O. N, Forresl mid j Proceeds wllj be used to buy blan- • C. Ganske gave the devotional 1 '"'* 1 family. j kcts for war-stricken areas. Ml.s-s Dorothy Tlmxtmi. who Ls A } '1'he Bible study was presented by ' Mrs Ivrrson Morris after which Mrs. Wood led the adjourning prayer. tudent at St, Bernard's Hospital, Joncsboro, wa.s the weekend SiUPst of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thaxton. Mrs. C. E. Johnson. Mis, Alvin Hardy, Mrs. C. E. Evans. Mrs. Henry Hughes and Mrs. W, E. Wallace were In Jonesboro yesterday and last night for the Sunday School conference of the Baptist Chinch, Mrs. A. C. Owens, Mrs. James Gates, Mrs. W. S. Johnston, Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs, Charles Hay Newcomb and Mrs. J. C, Drake were in Hayti yesterday where they attended a flower show sponsored by the Hayti Garden Club, John WUks. who is n freshman at the University of Mississippi Oxford wns the weekend guest of his mother, Mrs, Grace Wllkc. In a recent, election, he was named senator from Lester Hall to the campus senate group. Noland Yountr. of South Highway discussed Brazilian .seminaries after which the meet- Group Session Held in Home The program. "Churches to Speed t His Work" WR.I presented yester- jday for members of the Hope Group of the Christian Woman's Fellowship of the First Christian Church, when Mrs. Walter Stiles wa.s hostess at her home for a program-business Mrs. fl. L. Dedman was program leader and was assisted by Mrs, Ben Harpole and Mrs. C. A. Tant. The worship study following "Generous Christians" was led by Mrs. John McHaney, who was assisted by Mrs. George Barham. Mrs. McHaney, group chairman directed the business discussions , , \ following which plans were com- 61 has been admitted to Memphis plcled for ftn Mm 23 cho fiue> Bautisl Hospital for treatment and I at the church _ s who spoke on, "The Future of the Orient," Prayer by Mrs. Hazel Presnell closed the meeting. observation. He w a s admitted Thursdiiy and will possibly undergo .surgery. Miss Annella Humphreys, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Henry Flum, . . % , ,-,, . „ phrcys hns been named historian of was closed by Mrs. Elsie Vowel! the p i cd( , c clnss of Dclu DeJla Del _ . Supper will be served from 5:30 till 8 p.m., with Mrs. Tant a* general chairman ol the event. Visitation cards were distributed and n social hour followed the adjournment. sororitv at Drenau. Gainesville,! . . _ a.-,., whc she is » freeman jMrs. htzsimmons W. O. RecvM removed to his Mrs. A. Bowling Union Hostess Mrs. Aubrey Bowling was hostess at her home yesterday to members of the Armorel Woman's Missionary Union for a program meeting, with Mr.s. Pat Pniter.son leader. Mr.s, Weldon McCain presented ihe devotional, "The Parable of the Sowers/' taken from the Book of Matthew preceding the program, hOEHR on West Walnut this morn- j (^ roi 1 H I—lo < ^1"P c ^ < N Ing from the Btylhcvllle Ho.spiUl, VJI WCI H ' |l ^ ; > l ^^-J whore he had been a patient for; 'Hie approaching Halloween holi the pint several davs. Potluck Luncheon Precedes Program day was suggested m the decora UOIIA of the home of Mrs. M. Pitz .Simmons yesterday when Mrs. Pitz .Simmons was hostess to members o the Kalth Group of the chrism Women's Fellowship of the Firs Christian Church. Mrs. Albert Tnylor directed tr preceded the i program and was assisted In tl Service proKram given ye-s- j presentation by Mrs. James Terr "Preparation for the Purpose of God." Mrs. Frank May, Mis. W. F. Edmond.son, Mr.s, Charles Mrs. S. II. Rcbstock, Mrs Smith and Mrs. W. O. Anderson participated on Die program. i Prayer by Mrs. Brown for students j in seminaries studying for mission- ] ary work closed the meeting. i tcrday afternoon for the Woman's Missionary Union of the Baptist Chape! Mission* Thirteen Union members and five Mrs. Kidd was assisted by severs in the presentation, id Mrs. BHRley presented the aft-! T » the busty ess session, repairs noon's lesson'from the books of' ami work contemplated for the cts , church kitchen was discussed. Circle Six met at the home nf' A social hour followed the ad- rs. W. J. Pollard, with 19 members: journment. with Mrs. W. E. Hodges, tteiidliig. Mrs. E.E. Hardiii was the land Mrs. W. A. Dobyns, hostesses roup's new member and the after- i serving refreshments. i oon's devotional was given by Mrs.i \\ V. A. Hollingsworth. | i j Refreshments were served by thej.sippi river flood couldn't stop the ; i ostpss In the social hour follow- ench adjournment. Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday American Legion Auxiliary has .8 p.m. meeting at the Hut. Dance and social hour following. Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club meets fdr potluck supper at 7 p.m. at home of Mrs. J. A. Sallba. Mrs. B. B. Wilson, co-hostess. Alprm Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 7:30 meeting at Ihe home of Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, 81G Pecan. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League ploys at Club at 7:15. Wednesday Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertaining Wednesday Club. Club Eight plays bridge at the home of Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mr.s. Vcra Goodrich hostess to CIB CJub. Central Ward PTA meets at the First Baptist Church at 3 p.m Executive Board convene. 1 ! at 2:30. Mrs. Dick Watson "hostess to HigV Two Club at 8 p.m. Deltonian Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Ho tel Noble. Thursday Mrs. Cole man Stevens hostess a Country Club to La Nueve. C. and N. Birthday Club has p.m. meeting with Mrs. Marvii Lane. Mrs. Joe ttyclcy hostess to TLE Club. Thursday Rook Club meets wit! Mrs. Leon Scherer. Mrs. C, F. Tucker enlcrtaitiSn XtetU Club. Mrs. H. W. Wyll« hoiKM »* Omn- ry Club to th« Thursday Contract lub. Duplicate Bridge LetBiM Pl« v » U Hotel Noble at 1:30. frlday Chapter "N" cf PfX> has 1 p.m. uncheon meeting in Colonial Room Df Hotel Noble. Mrs. freeman Rob- nsin and Mrs. John Caudill, hostesses. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church has 2:30 meeting at he church. Mis. Ixjve Adams, Mrs. S. Mosley and Mrs. R. H. Arens- ncier, hostesses. Mrs. J. Farrls McCalla hostess to Friday Club. Friday Contract Club meets with Mrs. Russell C. Fair. SilurcUj- Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30. At The Hospitals Blylhevlllt Hospital Dismissed: W. O. Reeves. City. jttan Ameseua, Wilson. Gary Shipley, Hermondalfl. W. P. Polk. Cooter. Alfred Williams. City. Joan Gilmore, Steele. Mrs. Cecil Woody, Steels. Wnlli HrnplUI DLsmLsied: Mr.s. John A. Olozier, Dyer.'.burj. Eugene Still. Jr.. City. Rev. B. W. Pierce, Lcachville. Mrs. Orvllle McKLsson. Air Ba4«. Mrs. Edna Mae Morse. Rt.. 2- crmon Goes on Despite •loading Mississippi CENTRALIA, 111. CAP)— A Missis- was dry. Rev. Larry Dauer at Chester. 111. i When he and his congregation found their Chester church pews [looting in the flood water, the minister saved his faithful guitar. He j immediately resumed preaching on street at Bremen, III., where It! You Give the Finest When You Give THE CANDY SHOP gticsui attended the session held at Brown [the Mission. W. L. ! Country Club Given Mrs. Luther Gray and Mrs. F,, Terry. The afternoon's worship period as given by Mn. J. C. Ellis and ie meeting was adjourned with he missionary benediction. In the social hour, the hostess onducted a Bible quiz. 8764 50 INCHES By Sue Burnett Just the doll your little Un lias been wanting—an adorable, [Department Plans Flower Show The • Garden Department of the Members of the Country Club set and their out-cf-town guests last nifilit danced to the music of How- arri LeRoy ami his orchestra when thr group appeared in connection with another in the club's series of Blyihevillc Woman's Club will .span- dances. sor a flower show for in embers ol [ Vocal selections were presented the club tomorrow :U the monthly > throughout the evening by Miss meeting at the club nt '' p.m. l Mnrgurite Claud el. and "The Es- Entrlc.s in ihe show must, be re- corUv" pigtail doll that will be an ideal j ceived t\t the Hub by n a.m. with Several out-of-town guest* were playtime pal. And she's big enough j judging immediately following. ^ included In the guest list, to wear daughter's cast off dresses. ' Her dress here is trimmed with gay ric rac. Pattern No. 81G\ is a sew-rite perforated pattern in one b\7c, 3D ir.ches. Doll requires 1 '* yards of 39-Inch; dress. 1 yard. For this pauern. send 30c in COINS, your name, adrires\ M/C nesired, and the PATTERN MUM- S ~~BER !o Sue Burnett. Courier News, £72 W Quincy Street .Chicago G. 11! The Fall ami W LIU or is--iie of FASHION is just vhal you've been waiting for—a complete i;uhle ni planning a wearable wardrobe lor a new season 1 Gift patients pi into cl 25 ceni*. SAVE MOST-BUY 100 TABLET BOTTLE 49? 36 Tablet* 25« WORLD'S URGIST StUER AT 10< THE CANDY SHOI A d t :ijh,fi:L .iiofiratct of tict ' ocroiii ?o <M C««J«.t Here's The Winner! Miss I'l.OHINK .1AKHOK, 50fi \V. Walnut, Hlythc- villc, Arkansas won Ihe bcauliful $.MI DIAMOND KING in our liig free drawing Satur<!a\ aflcrnonn. K you nii^.sprl Ihr [nimal opening r) f Tlionip.M'ii Credit Jew- rloLS Friday nnrl HiUiifilny, come in this wt-rk -uid sr 1 * thr wnmlevfii! ^^vlni;^ in jov,c*lv^ p . THOMPSON c^, JEWELERS 114 W. 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Bath Jlal Sets in all colors. Complete showing of Sumerset Towels in all colors; smalt Terry Towels, boxed for your gift. USE OUR XMAS LAY AWAY PLAN! Linen & Curtain Shop 311 North Sixth St. •:;; Blytheville, Arkansas Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Off ice, Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 .Bos. Off ice" Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY = Make the R1TZ Your Entertainment Headquarters: ! HOUGH 1 DAW I BUGGED I MAI I WWDOtffl Tuesday! • Wednesday ALSO Selected Short Subjects ,re 'AIR CONDITION to Air Cnndlllontd by BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY—2 HITS IHE STAR OFKfflG SOLOMON'S MINES; STEWART MANGER, IS TERRIFIC IN A BIG NEW 1> at %\ fT < - 'fid lOURDAN'PAfiET CHAMBLIN SALES COMPANY W. D. "Bill" Chamblin, Owner Railroad & Ash Streets Phone 68881 SOIDIERS THREE» -».-. «M.!!I MM Miill PIWEW'NIVEN-NEWTON Also Cartoon i

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