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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE . (ABg,) COURIER NBWI TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18. Jtn« Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 ; Mis* Martin'* Betrothal •If Announced Today ,' Th« •niicement' »nd ipproich- s Inj mirrUg* of Mist M«ry Evelyn i'Mirtin of Luxora, daughter oj Mre- •> Ruby B.- Mtrtln, to Ferman R«y »Rogers, son ol Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Rogert ; of Dell, it announced todiy by her mother. MIw Martin wu graduated from •tr* Luxor* High School la 1948 Vn-here she served as valedictorian ,'of her class. She was graduated • from Draughon|s Business College Memphis «nd is now connected with I,the Welfare Office In 6sceol». , J- Mr. Rogeri, who is a veteran o! 11 months service in the Kavy following his graduation from Dell High'School In 1945, attended Un- r Ion University, Jackson, Tenn. He ~li now « faculty member of the ; O'Dona!d School, near Osceola. Plans for the November wedding irill be' announced at a later date. « • * Wiener Roast Honors -, Sunday School Group Approximately 35 members and guests of the Young People's Class «of'the Church of Christ were complimented by their teacher, Sam N. T>wers, with a wiener roast at Rarfteld .last night. The evening was spent in roasting .wieneris and marshmallows and campfire games. Chaperones for the affair included Mr. and Mrs. H. F Sharp, Mr «h'd Mrs. James GUI, Mr. and Mrs. -Everett Eubank*. Mrs. Mabel Smith, Luther Goings, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewerj. * Out of town guesta Included Billy 'LoveUce of Steele. < * * • Rustic Inn Setting /or Birthday Party, -3' Thomas Lynn Chapman, son ol -''Mr.; and Mrs. Harvey Chapman, was £ complimented Saturday on his sev- Eeiith birthday when 26 friends were j invited to the Rustic Inn for an Jj afternoon of games and Inform a* , entertainment. '* Halloween scenes were arranged Sin the erU*xt*lning rooms with fav- ^pr* of Halloween-faces and balloons •3 presented to the children «s fav- | Wth» games prjze* were awarded J Jane Terry and Sam Tune if The traditional olrthday cake »complete Tilth candles was served ; during th« afternoon with the ice- ieream and assorted party foods tin. Chapman was assisted in net Young and Charles 'KNGAGF.D — Miss Mary Evelyn Martin of Luxofa, daughter of Mrs. Kuby G. Martin, will become' the bride of Ferman Ray Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Rogers of Dell, in a November ceremony. . •Mrs. Ellis Is Hostess , |fo'G.-E. 0. Club", Guest ">-.^ 1 < ,' lite Prance* McHaney wu guest twtthTnembert of the GEO Club [•when Mrs. J o Ellis wu hostess lo the group lut night at her home .en Burfield Road. * In the gene*. MIM McHaney won high with Mr* Ray Whittmgton -winning bridge - Shade* of yellow and golden mar| ( i«old» arranged in crystal bowls Baptist W. M.U. Holds Royal Service Program A Royal Service program was conducted yesterday at tlie regular meeting of the First Baptist W.M.U. group when they met at the church at 2:30: p.m. Mrs. ,w. Marlon Williams opened the meeting with the repeating-of the watchword and the singing of the hymn of the year. Mrs. rAlvin Hulfman, Jr., offered the devotional, "Paul's Sermon On Mars Hill.-" ••-•••• . : Mrs."Harry.Fritzius, program leader for,:circle Four, which was in charge of • the program," introduced the ;topic, "Christ, The Answer.of The Pagan People." She was assisted In the program by Mrs Marvin Razer. Mrs. R. L. Thompson . and Mrs. H. H. Brooks. , .•> Immediately following tlic dismissal, a social hour was held with the social chairman and her committee in charge. The chairman and the committee Is Mrs. Charles McWaters, Sr., assisted by Mrs. Charles Newcomb, Mrs. Leslie Moore, Mrs. E. E. Stevens, Mrs. Joe McFall, Mrs. :J Matt Monaghan, Mrs. W. L. MoOej and Mrs C I, McWalers, Jr. Methodist CiVc/M Regular Meetings Tlie regular meeting of the Methodist Circles were conducted yesterday with Mrs. Paul Job* hostess and Mrs. O. C. Oanske co-hostess to members of Circle One. Fourteen members were present with Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., conducting the study. Circle Two met with Mrs. IE. M. Hcgcnold with Mrs. J. W. Adams, Sr., co-hostess. Fifteen members and one guest, Mrs. John N. Lane were present. Mrs. W, P. Pryor offered (lie devotional with Mrs; Joe Ferguson giving the study. Circle Three met with Mrs. J. E. Stevenson with 16 members and one new member Mrs. Arends present. Mrs. T. I. Setvy offered the devotional. Mrs. John Poster gave the study course. Mrs. H. C. Slmms was hostess lo 10 members of Circle Four with Mrs Elton Klrby offering the devotional and Mrs. E. J. Cure the study. Circle Five met with Mrs. C. A Cunningham with Mrs. John Featli- crston eo-liosless. Seventeen members and two new members, Mrs. John Deal and Mrs. Robert Warren were present, Mrs. W. A. Hoi lings worth gave the study. Mrs..\V. P. McDanl.el was hostess to 19 members of Circle Six and one guest, Mrs. Fred Steadmah, who gave the study. Mrs. J. C. Guard gave the devotional. At the conclusion of each meeting refreshments were served. Mrs. Smith Hostess To Armorel W. M. U. Mrs W Ii Smith was hostess to 13 .members and three \lsltors of the Armorel Baptist W M O lust night at her home tor a business meeiing" H Mrs Hnrry Beard led the opening prajer, with Mrs N C Piterson offering the ile\otional, 'Stewardship " •[ Following a brief business meeting, the group was dismissed niter which the hostess served a dessert course. were placed In the home. During the evening a sandwich plate was served by the hostess. Sudbury Girl Scouts Elect New Officers Members of the Girl Scout Troop No. 1' met at the Sudbury Schoo Monday afternoon for A brief busl ness meeting and to elect'officer lor the year. Those elected ineludec scribe, Qnlly Damon; president Linda Fowler; vice-president, Ann: Carol King, treasurer. Glenda Sham Iln. Following the washing of disiie as their duty, the group spent the veniainder of the time in games af ter which the good-night circle was farmed. Miss . Mary Jo Eaton and Mrs. Coady Eaton are sponsors ot the troop. Bits of News Mostly All Day Meeting H«/t/ By Lo*e Street WSCS An nil days meeting was conducted by members of the Lake street WSCS yesterday at the church with a program and study course anrt potluck dinner highlighting the day. Mrs. Ivcrson Morris led the opening prayer followed by:;» "short business scs.%lon conducted- by the president. Mrs. Billy King. Mrs. George, stllwell .was In charge of the -morning program, 'Wisdom Is Priceless." A potluck dinner w«s held ntter which Mrs. George O. D. Shamlin conducted the fifth In a series i! studies taken from'the book, "'Women of the Scripture." She WHS assisted on the program-by Mrs. Don Lutz, Mrs. A. Ij. Regan »n<5 Mis. Iverson Morris. Mrs~George Shanks led the prayer orcdlsmissal • l\frs. Jess* Cunningham of Mem- phi* spent Sunday here with her daughter, Mr*. John McDowell, who s recuiwrating from a major operation which she underwent Friday »t Blythevllle Hospital • • -' •' i Mrs. Frank Wolsey spent Sunday :n steele with;Mrs. Connie Frame who Is lll'at her home. '•' Mr ,and Mrs. Elbert Berry of Piiie Bluff are here visiting as guests'of Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Miller and soiis. i Mr. and'Mrs. Phillip Applebaum lave move'd to • their new home Iri Country Club Area. They formerly resided at 515 Del mar. Jack Gooch of Memphis Is visiting iiere as guest of his aunt Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and Mr. Isaacs. Condition of MUs'Dorothy Hughes ot Huffman -. *1\6 has been a. pa> tlcmt at Blythevllle Hospital for several days Is unchanged. : Mrs. Sidney Platt and Mauley Femterg are spending today In Memphis. ;/ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Poole and Mrs. poole's niother, Mrs. Oneda B. Smith have moved to 110 South Franklin from their home on Barfield Road. •• . .Condition, ol ^Miss Mary Van Sliced who has been a patient foi several days at' Walls Hospital Is satisfactory. Mrs. Brenda Raybiirn is In a satisfactory condition at her home oh .Davis following;a heart attack sev ersl days ago, Mr. nd Mrs. C. E. Sheann and son Jim Charles of Forrest City have returned to their home after visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shearln and family. Mrs. Cornelia's Modinger Jr.. who was admitted Saturday to Memphis Baptist Hospital, underwent a major operation there yesterday morning. Her condition now Is satisfactory. Mr. Modinger remained in Memphis with her, and his mother Mrs. Cornelius Modinger Sr,, ha.* returned home. i Condition of Mrs. J. H. Elkins who has been seriously ill for, the past week at Blytheyille Hospital, is much Improved and : she was'remov- cd this afternoon to her home, 1008 West Main. Mrs. T. R. Watson has returned from Charleston, Mo,, and Memphis where she visited her son, R. J. Wntson a"d faniljy in Charleston arid other relatives in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. 'L. II. Aulry and Mr. and Mrs. C.. L, Blaylock visited "Arkansas state College, Joriesboro Friday arid Saturday where .tliey attended the Blytheville .•''jonejsboro game and the Arkansas State : MId r die Tennessee lootbal! games. They were accompanied .to Burdettc for the weekend by Miss Mollle Rose Avitry and Miss Betty^.EasIey -both students at Arkansas State. iVfrs. Bill McClure is spending today In Memphis.:; ; Condition of Dr. E. V. Hill,-.who has bene seriously 111 .for several days at Memphis Baptist Hospital Is unchanged. His daughters, Mrs. Harold Davis of Hattiesburg,. Miss., and Mrs. William Wyatt of Blytheville. are with him. The sophomore class at Dell High School has elected Miss Helen Workman as contestant for queen A YARD OF FABRIC By Sue Burnett • Here's a clever little bib apron that's practical as well as pretty And it requires Just one yard of bright ftibric in the smaller sizesi Trim with the colorful lie rac, arid tie a big bow in back. Nice gift Idea, . 'Pattern No. 8276 conies In sizes 32, -34, 36. 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46 Size 34, 1 yard of 36 or 39-inch For this pattern, send 25 cents In COINS, your nanic. address, size "desired, "and the PATTERN NUMBER to Site Burnett. Courier News, 530 South Wells street, Chicago 7, 111 .The Fall and Winter FASHION is a complete guide in planning a wearable fall wardrobe. New — exciting — informative. Free pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. ' AI The Hosnitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Clifford Hicks, Manila. Mrs. Manuel Gucrra. and baby Dell. Mrs. J. I!. Elkins, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: : Mrs. J. D. Garrison and baby City. E. B. Cooper, Rt. 4; • Mrs. Lois Elmore and baby, L ora. Mrs. Ethel Glasscock, Osceola. Jaycecttes Banquet To Be Held at Fly Inn An installation banquet of Jay crette officers for, the coming cluL year will be held tonight at 7-30 of the annual Halloween Carnival An old fashioned pie supper Is to be given in honor of tiie sophomore contestant at Dell High School Auditorium Thursday at 130 p.m. Coming Events Social Calendar • ' Tuesday • : ,•.'," '• - '' , Business Women's Circle Four cf Calvary Baptist meets with Mrs. Raymond Belluiap on West. Main at 7:30 p.m. . < Mrs. Robert I. Thompson *ill be uoeless to the Alpha Alpha Chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi at her home, 1708 Hearn at 1:30 p.m. Rush party • * the home of Miss Dorothy Hlgglnson, 'w< Chlcka- sawba at 7.»> p.m. complimenting Nu Phi Mu Rusheej. ' ' Wednesday ; : • Tow» and Country club meets at 625 W. Main with Mrs." James B Clark hostess. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham hostess to (he Wednesday Club. " ' Lahge, Central and Sudbury study iroup of the PTA> meets at First Japtlst Church at 1:30 'p.m. for olnt study course. Alpha Delta Chapter "of Beta Sigma Phi meets -at 'Hotel Noble at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. Joe Freeman and Mrs. Barney Crook hos- esses, •' Thursday Mrs. W. L. Horner hostess to Mid.-Wcek Club. Mrs. W. O. Anderson will entertain the Armorel Home Demonstration Cl lib. ~ ..''...-• Mis. Roy Head compliments Ely, theville Rook with 12:30 luncheon. Gosnell W.S.C.S. meets at Church at 2:30 p.m. Thursday Rook Club entertained oy Mrs. H. C. Blankenship. Mrs. Eddie Ford entertains Avalon Bunco Club. •.-'*' Mrs.. Marvin Nunn compliments Octette Club. •-'.-. Thursday Nitrht Club meets with Mrs. Don Haley. Friday Mrs. G. O. Ppetz entertains.Fri- day Contract Club. Ladles Bible Class of First Methodist Church meets for business and PTA Joint Study Count To Be HeW of Church A Joint study course for all members of the Sudbury, Central and Lange PTA will be conducted tomorrow afternoon beginning at 1-30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church. Highlighting this first study course will be a film and a discussion led by Miss Betty Wilson of the Home Economics Department on the relations and problems of a mother to her children. All members were urged by the presidents of the three PTA element ary groups to attend. Bou.icei Into Hoipltal WASHINGTON— (ft— Two-year- old Mildred .'ones bounced happily on her bed. She bounced too hard- right through an open second-story window. She was taken to a hospital with a fractured skull. Executive Board Meets At Harry Bradley Horn* Mrs. Harry Bradley was hostess lo 17 members and four visitors of the Executive Board of the Women's Council of the First Christian Church yesterday rat her home on Holly Street. Mrs, E. M. Terry opened the meeting vilth the devotional which was taken from the book, "The Greatest Thing In the World," by Henry Drummond. ' After the brief business session |n which general problems were discussed, Mrs. Bradley served refresh, ments. : • y.m. at the Fly-Inn. The banquet will be In compliment to the officers, new members and Jaycecs. . Mrs. Philip Applebaum was named tc handle sale of tickets. Immediately following the dinner, dance will be held. social meeting at Church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. James Kyle, Mrs. John Walker and Mrs. J. D. Barksdale hostesses. >''•'.-. Mrs. C." S. Dowdy entertains C.B.C. Club. Chapter "N" 'of P.E.O. complimented at Chester Caldwell home with 10 "o'clock luncheon, Mrs. L. E. Old co-hostess.V., . ' Saturday Mrs M. O. Usrey and Mis'! Miy Dixon entertaining complimenting Miss, Dorothy Higginson. Civic Calendar Tuesday ' Community Chest General Solicitation Drive begins. American Legion, 8 p. m. Wednesday . Klwonts. Noble Hotel. 12:10 p.m. Central P. T. A:-. Executive Board, 2:30 p. m., followed by P. T. A. meeting 3:00 p. m. . , Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble, 12:10 p. in. . Paps vs. Marked Tree, here Friday , Chicks vs. Memphis Catholic High, here. WHO IS ^ MISS FAMOUS? $25,000 Westinghou.se LIGHT-BULB CONTEST Win • big cuK prite. Stop in at our More . . . buy only'three WtBling- house lifht bulbt.'.. md we'll give you ill the conceit details. Ark-Mo Power Co. Marriage Licenses : The following couples have obtained marriage licenses at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe county clerk: ' John E!don Russell and Miss LaRue Blagg, both of Leachville. ' A. G Ashabranner and Mrs. AtM^v Robertson, both of Blytheville. yfg • Andrew Elvy Maloy of Blythei ville and Miss Bessie Lucille Taylor of Brinkley. 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