FACE FOUR BLY'IWEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1950 JWM SbeJtun, Society Editor 4441 Five Guests Meet With GEO Club The Alvln Huffman, Jr., home waj the setting last night for the weekly dessert bridge meeting of the.GEO Club when Miss Jettye Claire Huffman was hostess to the group. Five guests, Mrs. Richard T. Mills. Miss Wlima Douglas, Mrs. Harold Davis, Mrs. W. H. OTIeefe and Mrs. E. R. Nanklvell of Athens, Tenn., houseguest of her' pa'rents, Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Bush, also attended. Clusters of pansies were arranged In the room In which the group was seated and tronghout the home. During the evening, Miss Vera Goodrich won high 1 score, "Mrs. Joe W. McHaney, second high and Mrs. Johnson.Blackwe 11, bridgo. Baptist Circles Meet in Homes : The six circles of the First Baptist WMU met yesterday afternoon in homes of-, circle members for study lesson meetings. Twelve members of Circle One met at the home of Mrs. Russell Marr...Mrs. Ted King opened the meeting with prayer followed by the study lesson which was taught by •• Mrs.''.'E.",B.' Stevens. Mrs. I/eslte Moore closed the meeting with prayerl•" •• •' '• . Circle ' ' : Two, / with 10 .members present, met at the home of Mrs. Charles Newcomb. The group was led in 'prayer by Mrs. R. L. Wade. Mrs. H. H.' Brooks and Mrs. C. S. Lemoris! The study lesson was taught by Mrs. Brooks. .Mrs. J. F. Owens was hostess to 12 members'and two guests of Circle Three. Mrs. Walter Bishop onened the meeting • with prayer followed by the study lesson which was presented by Mrs. Theodore Loi^an. The closing prayer was led by Mrs. E. K. McClure. :.-'•• One new .member, Mrs. W. H. i Scott, met with' 15 members of Circle Four at the home of Mrs. ' Joe Evans for the study meeting. The meeting was opened with the group's repeating the watchword »nd the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. C. W. Afflick taught the lesson after ' which Mrs. E. C. Brown dismissed " 'the meeting with prayer. '." Twelve 'members and one new inember, Mrs. Emil Damon, of circle Five met at the home of Mrs T. r. Blomeeyr. Mrs. M. W. Lewis opened the meeting with prayer followed by the study lesson which vwiis taught by, Mrs. W. Marion Williams. Mrs. Blomeyer-closed the ^meeting with prayer. .; .'-.*, _• < Mrs. M. R. iWlmblsh was , cries I ;-T?ith 10 members of Circle Six whei: £Vrs. J. W. Portlock was hostess to ;Ji,1ti«. group at her home. The opeh- i.'lng prayer was given by Mrs .,Charles Ray Newcomb after which Mrs. \VImblsh taught the lesson. The closing prayer was given by , :Mrs.-Wlmb!sh. > 'At the conclusion of each mcet- 'Ing, the hostesses served refrpsh- ;mer>t«.- KECEIVES PHI BETA KAPPA BID—Miss Betty Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black of Blythevllle, has been Invited to Join the Vamlerbilt chanter of Phi Beta Kappa, scholastic fraternity. Miss Black, a senior history major at Vanderbllt University, Nashville, will be Initiated Monday night.'Miss Black, attended Ran- doiph-Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg. Va., for two years prior to transferring to Vander- bllt. She is active in school publications, a member of the Student Christian Association and Kapp'a Alpha Theta soclaT'sorority. She was valedictorian of her graduating class at Blythevllle High School. She was recently selected to represent Blytheville as Lady of the Realm at the Cotton Carnival to be held next month In Memphis. , Business Meet Held by WSCS Plans :for the district WSCS meeting to be held at the Lake Street Methodist Church May 10, were discussed yesterday at the weekly meeting'of the Lake Street WSCS at the church. Fifteen members attended the meeting" which was presided- over by Mrs. BUly King, president. Mrs, C. T. Shamlln opened the meeting with prayer followed by the business session. "To Know Christ and to Make Him Known," was the topic of.'the" devotional presented by Mrs. Sham- lln following the business discussion. The hymn, "Love Divine" was sung by the group followed by a scripture reading (rom .the first chapter of John by Mrs. Shamlln. The meeting was closed with prayer led by Mrs. Shamlin. Ca I vary Circles :Meet for Study . Members and guests of Calvary : Baptist Circles One, Two and Five, iinet yesterday i in homes of the members for a Bible study. . Mrs. Roy Ford was hostess to - members of Circle One and two guests, Mrs. Jewel Butler and Mrs BeWitt McDade. Mrs. W. F. O'Neal •presided over the meeting with .Mrs. Henry McCann presenting the ?Bible study whjch was taken from the fifth and sixth Psalms. The .meeting was closed with circle prayer. Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. H. j. Pondren. Mrs. Gary Pruitt opened the mceling with prayer followed by the business and Bible study which was presided over by Mrs. Pondren. Mrs. Sam McGce presented the devotional Which was taken from the 148 Psalm. Mrs. Darryl Lunsford taught the Bible lesson from ths 3!st Chapter of Proverbs. Mrs. Jack Attaway led the closing prayer. Mrs. .P. H. Jernigan taught the Bible study lesson at the meeting of Circle Five at the home of Mrs. Cecil Jackson. One guest, Mrs. Bob Gean, attended. Mrs. Wood'row . Wilder opened the meeting with prayer after which Mrs. Helen Gean presided over the meeting. The third chapter of Job was Ihc • scripture from which the Bible Study was taken. Mrs. Lloyd Coleman lead the closing prayer. In the social hour following, the hostesses served refreshments. Service Proqrarrr 1 Presented WMU Mrs. Bess Rustln was hostess yes terday afternoon to 14 members am five guests of the Number.. Nine WMU for a Royal Service program "The Printing Press." VUitor meetine with the members "wen Mrs. Clyde Curtis, Mrs. Jennie Webster. Mrs. W. T. French, Mrs Robbie Reed and Mrs. Calvin Hoi. linc.sworth. The meeting was opened will the group reneatine the watchworc after which Mrs. Raymond Whittle led in prayer. "Bless Be The Tie" was sung bi the group followed by the dcvo" tional, "These Things Write We 1 which was given by Mrs. Whittle. Mrs. T. N. Johnson, president presided over the meeting during which the program aws presented. Mrs. Rustln opened the progrnn with a discussion of the topic, "Th Place of the Printing Press." Mrs. Bob Stovall sooke on. "W Need a Publishing Hou3e in Nig eria" this was followed with a dls cussion by Mrs. Tom Keilick "Behind the Bambo Curtain." Mrs. Johnson spoke on'"Ten Mil lion Bibles for Japan" followed b the group singing, "Wcmlerfu Words of Life." In the latter portion of the pro cram. Mrs. Ruth French discusse the "Desperate Need of Readin Matter in Europe" followed ay Mr Geneva Cnldwcll's talk, "The Mi die East Craves Reading Matter "Unlimited Opportunities in Lati America" was the topic presented by Mrs. Frank Coates after which Bits of News Condition of Mrs. Herbert Wilson, underwent an appendectomy aturday at Walls Hospital, Is re- rted satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Warren spent unday In Pontotoc, Miss., as guests relatives and friends. Miss Margery Bevlll left Sunday Clovls, N.M., where she will jend a week as guest of friends. J. W. Massey and Bud Talvert icnt Sunday In Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dill and family Leachvllle were the Sunday uests of Mrs. Myrtle Seals anrl nuly. Mr. and Mrs, Grady Sims of onesboro announce the birth of aughter. April n at Walls Hospl- 1. The baby, who Is their first illd, has been named Paula La- miie. Mrs. Sims Is the former Miss etty Lou Price of Blythevllle. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wright had as elr Sunday guests Jjmmle Bolfour nd Clyde Fowler, now in Memphis aying with the Billy McDonald chestra. Mr. Bolfour and Mr. owler had been visiting In 1 ngeles as guests of Mrs. Wright's aughter, Mrs. Howard King, the rmer Miss Ruth Rhoads, and Mr. ing. Mr. King was formerly with ie Buddy Rogers orchestra. ; Mr. and Mrs. John S. O'Dell and ITU. Sandy and Barry, of Los An- cles, Calif., have arrived for an ^definite visit with Mrs. O'Dell's irents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Walker TS. O'Dell Is the former Miss Dorthy Walker of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Wilson and ifant son, Johnny, left today for ampbell, Mo., to make their home They formerly resided at 504 E herry. Mr. Wilson Is being trans- erred lo Campbell with the Ark-lo Power Co. Miss Hallye Swearengen of Mem- hls Is visiting here for several day.- guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. N wearengen, Sr., and family. Condition of Mrs. Lee Stiles, who nderwent a major operatic Thursday at Memphis.Baptist Hostal. Is reported satisfactory. Word has been received In Blylhe- lle of the death of Rob Huffman esterday at his home In Garland enn. Mr. Huffman was a cousin f Wes and I,. E. Gay of Blythevllle Mineral services were conducted to- ny in Covlngton, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Nichols anc aughter, Sandra, of Kalnmaroo Itch., htwe arrived for a visit.as uests of Mrs. Nlchol's father, Lee tiles and .family.'They came espe- inlly to be with Mrs. Lee Stiles who Is a patient at Memphis Meth udist Hospital. Coming Events Social Calendar FFA CHAPTER QTJKEN-Car- rle Haynes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Allen Haynes of Blytheville. has been elected Queen of the high school chapter of the Future Farmers of. America. She will represent the group in the district queen contest May 15 in Jonesboro. Carrie Is a sophomore. PRETTY AND COOL Playlet Presented By Dell WSCS A playJet tnken from the book •We the People of the Ecumenical Church," was presented last night at the weekly meeting of the WSCS of the Dell Methodist Church. Mrs. J. C. Dobbs was hostess to 29 members of the group at the church. Mrs. R. B. Crawford presented the devotional followed by a duet, which wns presented by Bonnie arid Vallima Shcppard. Mrs. W. o. Campbell directed the playlet with the following members appearing in the production: Mrs. Helen Sanders, Mrs. James Tidwell, Mrs. L. o. Peterson, Mrs. D W Cranford, Mrs. w. T. Stewart, Mrs! R. G. Edwards, Mrs. Lamarr Wei- born, Mrs. M. F. Brownlce, Sr., Mrs. u. s. Blnnkenshlp and Mrs. H. R. Crawford, Jr. During the evening, the hostess, assisted by her daughter, Christine Dobbs, served a dessert course. Mrs. B. H. Hall led the dismissal prayer. ^ally Program s Announced Several district Baptist Churches will be represented on the program o be given »t the quarterly WMU rally which will be held Friday, April 28 at the Number Nine Baptist Church. Those to appear on the program will be Mrs, C. B. Wood of Luxora, vho will present a devotional in dialogue accompanied by two vocal- sts. Mrs. Ebb Carson nnd Mrs. James Crafton of BlythevilJe, Mrs. Malcolm Griffin of Dell, and Mrs. Percy H. Herring of Osceola will ead conferences In Mission Study, Stewardship, Community Missions and Young People's Work. A play- et directed by Mrs. Scarcy Mears and Mrs. R: I,. Oillcsple of Osceola will also be featured. Mrs. Roy Cox of Osceola Is secre- ary of the county orgnnl7.ntion of missionary societies in the 35 Baptist Churches. Mrs. R. H. Jones, as- socintional sunerintendent, will preside at the all day session. Special recognition will be given to the society traveling the most miles. Miss W. Turner Installs Officers Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary supervisor, installed the 1950-51 officers of the Central PTA at the April meeting, which was held recently at the First Baptist Church. Mrs. J. B. Stevenson, outgoing president, presided over the meeUng with Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Jr., presenting the program. The first grade students, of - Miss Betty Cox read stories from the first'readers after which the fourth, grade class of Miss Kathryn Rowell : presented piano selections. Mrs. Ralph Berryman was accompanist for the students Mrs. C. L, McWaters, Jr.. 1050-51 president, reported on the state Parent-Teachers convention which she recently attended In Little Rook. Officers Installed by Miss Turner were, Mrs. McWaters, president; Mrs. E. J. Cure, vice president; Mrs. Bert Trumble, secretary; Mrs. Leonard Johnson, treasurer and Mrs. Alex Shelby, historian. In the room count, attendance prizes went to the.rooms of Miss Rowell and Mrs. Robert Llpscomb. Following the meeting's adjournment, the fourth grade mothers were hostesses to the 63 members attending with it social hour. Assorted foods were served from the refreshment table which was centered with an arch made of assorted spring flowers. Completely encircling the base ofithe floral design, were miniature .bud vases from which arose climbing roses. Each vase held a tiny card on which'was written the name of a teacher. These vases were later presented to the faculty members. Bouquets of other spring flowers were arranged around the rooms. BWC of Circle Three of Calvary Baptist hurch meets with Mrs. it c. Rolllson, 719 Rolllson at 7:30 jua. Mrs. Charles Llpford U hostess to Circle Four at her home, llts Marguerite, at 7:30 p.m. WSCS of Half Moon Methodist Church meets at the home of Mrs. W. B. Yount at 7:30 p.m. WednewUy Mrs. Charles C. Langston hostess to Club Eight at the Country Club. Delphian Society meeU at 10 a.m. at Hotel Noble. Mrs. George pavati hostess to Beta Lambda Club at 1 :30 p.m. '• Mrs. Paul Lloyd entertains High Two Club. Alpha Beta Bunco meets 7;lth Mrs. Ulm. Chapter "D" of PEO Sisterhood entertained with I p.m. luncheon at James C. Ouard home. Mr«. Guard and Mrs. C. P. Rambo hostesses. Thursday Bui'dette PTA meets at school at 2:3o p.m. Phebean Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church meets with Mrjj, Kclton Francis for > sunrise break'fast at 7 a.m. at Francis home, 310 Dougan. . Mrs. Blrn Heath, entertains Thursday Luncheon Club. Thursday Night Club meets with Mrs. Don Haley. 20th Century Club meets at Hut at 9 p.m. Hosts and hostesses are Mr, and Mrs. P. E. Utley and Mr. and Mrs. Newton Whltis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blttner, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, Mrs. Harold Wright hostess to Avalon Bunco club. Mrs, A. E. Henry hostess to Double Four Bridge Club. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., entertains Kibitzer Club. Friday Ladles Bible Class Qf First Meth- bdht Church has monthly busine.w- social meeting at the church at 2:30 p.m, Hostesses are Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, Mrs. John Moore. Mrs. Maude Hall and Mrs. W. D. Henley. Mrs. w. F. Fitzgerald hostess to Promised Land HD Club. Lucky RooSt meets with Mrs. Cecil Priest. Mrs. Russell c. Parr hostess to Friday Contract Club. Mrs. James Roy entertain Friday Club. HD Club Agent Attends Meeting Mrs. Gerlrude Hollman, home demonstration agent, was guest yesterday with 18 members of the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club for the bi-monthly meeting, when Mrs. Tom Britllan was hostess to the croup at her home. Mrs. llollnian presented the eye opener which v:ns an apron made of handkerchiefs, Where He Leads Me" was presented as a duet by Mrs. R. E. Davis and Mrs. Jack Robertson after which Mrs. Jack Mays presented the devotional. Mrs, Robertson read the poem "Birthdays," followed by a business session conducted by Mrs. Forrest Moore, president. The meeting was concluded with a discussion by Mrs. Hollman on the .W. Sister , Addresses Group 'The Creation from an Engineering and Scientific viewpoint" wai the subject of an address presented to members of St. Stephen'* EpU- copal Men's Club by C. W. Slaler, Blytheville engineer, guest. speaker at the monthly club meeting last night at Hotel Noble. During the business session, Stanley oresley tendered hij resignation as vice president. Mr. oresley plarw to leave soon to enter ministerial school at Sewanee, Tenn. t^, Sardines make a good sandwich spread. Mash them with lemon juice and chili sauce and add a few chopped pimento-stuffed olives If you like. This spread Is good on both white and whole-wheat bread. 83G9J 12-20 By bue Burnett Two yretty versions are provided for this handsome sundress that's so young and lovely. Make It all the same fabric, or have the lower skirt in contrast. To 'match, brief sew-easy bolero. Pattern No. 8309 comes in sizes HAMGE" of LIFE? 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A quick way to make chill con carne is to use canned kidney beans; the liquid that comes with the beam should be added, too. making of hooked rugs. In the social hour following, Mrs. Freeman Ifuey directed games and contests. Mrs. Ruth Harris was presented the door prize. During the afternoon, the hostess served a dessert course with iced drinks. 1TXELE Mrs. Herman Grcer concluded the meeting with the discussion, "What Can We Do to Help the Presses at Work tor God?" The meeting was adjourned with sentence prayers. During the social hour following, the hostess served a sandwich plate with Iced drinks. MORE PLEASURE PER PENNY than anything on your table A SPECIAL KIND OF COFFEE MOUNTAIN GROWN Extra-rich flavor..; winey, vigorous. "No other coffee flavor is quite the same. So Extra-Rich in Flavor You are urged to le«*er flavored brands ! At KM- HO.*-- -is Blythtvlllc. Hospital Dismissed: Lester Bidford. City/ Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. D. Taylor and baby. City. Baby Fitzgerald, Holland. Mrs. V. J. Jlles and baby, Haytt. When you serve creamed eggs for ] l"nch sprinkle a Uttle paprika over them for color and arid a sprig or two of parsley or watercress. \Conj-u WARDS 8™ ANNUAL MAY BLANKET SALE! MAY 1-31 Featuring Blankets Outstanding for Beauty...For Quality...For Wear...AII at Special Word-Low ?ri6es! ASK 'ABOUT WARDS LAYAWAY PLAN On the Bridal Path by Slack LETTER IN THE YELLOW PACK ?CM After they re married, they'll find the Yellow raws their best guide to dealers, products, and services needed to start and operate a home. Yellow Pages tell who buys . . . sells . . . rents . . . repairs. Southwestern Bell .telephone Company. Ritz Shows Now ot Roxy While the KIT/, THEATRE fa under construction this summer, you can enjoy your btst picture* at the ROXY THEATRE where we hive just installed AIR CONDITIONING. We will ran CONTINUOUS SHOWS every day In the week. The Best In Entertainment Every Day • Tuesday & Wednesday r • ."? 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