The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 19, 1949
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PAGI FOUK (AKx.y COUBDEK Society, A/euti J»ne Shelton, Society Editor [ • Phone 4461 ' Final Rush Event Fetes Nu Phi Mu Honorees , Th« final in a series of rush , tvents complimenting Nu Phi Mu s rushMj.was held last night when ' "the group was again honored witli a spaghetti supper at the home of Miss Dorothy Hlgginson, 1303 chl- ckasawba. The guests were greeted by Miss Higginson, - who Is assistant ad,• visor to the chapter before being < tested »t .the'Individual tables. , .Centering the dinning table was - '»'•• low pottery bowl holding an abundance of white stock and t)iby chrysanthemums. Flanking the cen- <• terpiece were slender blue tapers in silver holders. Outwork linen cloths overlaid the tables at which -the guests were . seated with.bouquets of roses and • chrysantheums .placed in the entertaining; rooms Following supper the guesls spent . the evening in « discussion Nu Phi Mu and Informal entertaln- . ment. In the discussion of the sorority, members of the chapter explained to the rushees the principals and the activities of the group. , \N U Phi Mu, which Is the Junior affilitate pf Beta Sigma phi, is a friendship organization of girls bc- , tween the ages of 16 and 22 who "^ are interested in broadening their acope of activities. The varied program for the year, the group set- j togeth'ers. the assisting with na. tional and local drives were discussed. The accepted rushees will be In-! 'stalled fit an installation banquet . November- 3 with final plans for * the banquet to be announced at ,' a later date Each' guest was presented favors • of minature Jack-o-lanterns hold- tag candles in the Halloween colc/.s orange and black. Rushees attended Included Misses Rosemary Johnston, Mrs. Freeman ' Jernlgan, Miss Nema Burks, Miss Wanda Berry, Miss Geneva Shlbley, ^ Miss Mary Ellen Stafford and Mrs. ' Jack Henry. Special guests for the affair in- I eluded Mr. w J. Pollard, Mrs P. E Black and Mrs W. S. Johnston, all sponsors and assistants to the Beta'Sigma Phi chapters, Alpha Alpha and Alpha Delta. • • • Bam Dance Compliments Cotillion Club, Guests A bam dance complete witli cornstalks, bars of com and Jack-o-lanterns, complimented members arid «uesis of the Cotillion 1 club Saturday night at the Legion Hut. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mr«. , A.'R. -Wetenkamp, Mr. and Mrs ~James Terry, Mr.' arid Mrs Bob Lee Smith;• Mr and Mr*. Morifan'don; : and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson. : The barn motif'was emphasized s throughout the decorations of the s reception anrl ball rooms for hie - , , Guests for the occasion were Mr. j and Mrs. Sanford Boone, Mr. and ; Mrs. Dan Bell, Mr.'and Mrs. Arthur f Vaiice, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Whiti is, Thad Vance, Mr. and Mrs. Rus! sell H. Parr, Mr. and Mrs. George \ Hubbard, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jack : Chamblin, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln ; Halsell Mr and Mrs. Worth Holder, ; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy L*e Brooks, ; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mac White, ' Mr and Mrs. Harmon Taylor, Mr. J and Mrs. Prank Whitworth, Mr^ i and Mrs Bill Reed, Mr. and Mrs. j Ed Stacy, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon j Thomasson of St. Louis, and Mr. i and Mrs Max Scobey of Lexlng- f ton, Miss, houseguests of Mr. and ) Mrs Bob Logan, j New members attending were Mr. ; and Mrs: H. C. Patton, Mr. and {.'Mrs. Richard Becker and Mr. and ; Mrs. Oscar Fendler. < * * * f Club Members, Guest Meet i For Potluck Supper I The Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club of the Order of The F^stern star were complimented •last night at a potluck supper nt the R. A. Copeland home when Mr. and Mrs. Copeland and Mrs. B, B. Wilson were host and hostesses to the group. " 34-48 By Sue Burnett Prettiest house dress you'll see L this neat house dress out on slimming princess line's! . It' button: down one side, has unusual shapec pockets and gay rlc rac frosting East}' to make—your ABC Specia for this week. . . Pattern -No. 8528 is a sew-rlt<_ perforated pattern for sizes 34 36 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 36 4K yards of 3Q-lnch. -, For this pattern, send 25 cents in COINS, your name, address, size desslred and the PATI'BRN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier-News 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7 Don't miss the new FASHION The Fall and Winter Issue will delight you with its up-to-the-minute easy to.make Irocks for all the family. Free pattern printed.inside the book. 25 cents. Third Birthday Observed With Party For 14 Guests • V; '• ?•'•'•-,"•: ...:'.••. '."- ' '.-,. . ."Happy. Birthday Sue'''topped the birthday cake which played tiic traditional "Happy Birthday" song while being cut by the 14 guests who gather Monday afternoon at the Richard Osborne home in compliment to the third .birthday of Bcrneda Sue Osborne. Tookle Berry nnd Gary Davis were awarded prizes In the gnmc.s which preceded the presenting o! gifts lo Sue. A wishing well, 'in which the i'oung guests fished for favors of Halloween masks and whistles, was presided over by-Mrs. Dick Walson. Sue's record of her dog, Dinky, who died several weeks ago. was played during the "Birthday Hour." Mrs. D. C. Pa f ford made pholo- ;raphs ol the group during the af- ernoon. Mrs. Osborne was assisted In •serving by Mrs. Charles Harker and Mrs. Natlinn Marshall. Afflick Home Setting For La Nueve Meeting Mrs. C, W. Afflick was hostess :o members nnd guests of La Nuevc last night at her home for the regular meeting. .Mrs. Richard Bland Logan, Mrs Alfred Todd Gray, or Dexter, Mo., -ouscgucsts of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ramcy, Mrs. Charles \fflick, Jr., Mrs. Dick White. Mrs. Jack Chamblin, Mrs. Rouse Harp , . and Miss Molly Guard were guests Varied shades of chrysanthemums Tiny pumpkins holding burning candles were placed on the individual tables at which the guests were seated. Flowers, predominaiitly j-el- low; were arranged in bouquets in the home. Immediately following supper, Mrs, J. A. ^aliba presided over a brief business meeting in which she to'd of her recent visit to Bur- ope. The guests spent the remainder of . the evening In rook games in which Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester won high for the women and Dan Blodgett high for the men, with Mrs. Holland Alken winning rooko. t * * • Christ's Chalice Legendary name for the chalice from which Christ drank at the Last Supper was the Holy Grail Its quest formed the basis for Tennyson's Arthurian legenfc and Wagner's opera "Parsifal." a was won by Mrs. Dick White with .Mrs. Jack Chamblin winning sec- W THiATRf BY REFRIGERATION Continuous Shows • Box Office Opens 1 MS Show Starts 2:00 «:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 1:30 D m LISTEN TO KLCN Wed.-Thnrs..Fri. T f Paramount My Friend lima HAL WALL1S N LUND- LYNN -DEFORE -MARIE WILSON ,,'i Selected Short Subjects Contlnuoos Showing Everj Day Alpha Alpha Meets • In Thompson lk>me The Initial plans for the N«jr Children's Christmas Party, spon sored annually by (he Alpha Alpha and -Alpha Delia chapters of B«U Sigma Phi, were discussed at meeting of the Alpha Alpha chapte last night at the home of Mrs llobert I, Thompson, 1108 Hearn. Plans for the party are to be for mutated by the Blytheville Clt Council of Beta Sigma Phi, wtt! each of the two chapters Jurnlshln two members on each of the fiv committees. Those to represent th Alpha Alpha chapter will Include Mrs. Ray Whlttlngton and Mis. VVllina Douglas, arrangements; Mra Richard Osborne and Mrs. Ramon Morton, toys; Misses Dorothy Jean Higglnsoti and Vera Goodrich, food Misses Mary Gray and Frances Su> Bright, entertainment; and Mrs Randall Hawks j.'ldMn. Richard Mills, decorations. Complete plans for the party wll be announced later. During the business session at the sorority meeting last night report were made by the treasurer and the book committee, and plans for a wiener ronst-hayride and a Christmas dance discussed. Mrs Whiltinglon is chairman of the wiener roast plans and will work with Miss Marjorle Hancock, Miss Kay Rowell, Mrs. James Jordan and Miss Florence Moore. Miss Lonnie Hargett Is to be chairman of the dance committee and will serve with Miss Bright Mrs. E. B. David, Miss Gray anc Mrs. Geralrllne Farmer. Five pledges, Initiated after recent rush activities, were specla] guests last night. They Included Misses Hancock. Rowell, Ann' Joes Mrs. David and Mrs. Farmer. About 25 members attended the meeting. Following the program of business Miss Florence Moore' wor bunco, Mrs. Hawks, high and Miss Goodrich, low In bunco games. Mrs. Thompson was assisted hi serving refreshments by the co- hostess, Miss Douglas. Tile Halloween motif was emphasized in the refreshments and decorations of the home. * • • Dwayne Lee Tinker Has Third Birthday Party Dwayne Lee Tinker was leted on Ills third birthday yesterday when 17 friends spent the afternoon In party games at the home of his parents. Mr, and Mrs. H. L. Tinker. Donald Joe Tinker was presented prize for pinning the tail on the lonkey after which the group spent he afternoon in games on the back awn which was, decorated with )Ink balloons suspended with clolh- s pins from the clothesline. Mrs. Alvin Lane was in charge of the ames. Oifts were presented Dwayne Lee rom the guests after which Ice ream and pink lemonade was serv- d together with pieces of the white irthday cake which was topped in ink candy letters spelling out jlappy Birthday Dwayne." Favors of snappers and balloons ere prcsenleri the guests. Mrs. Tinker was assisted in serv- ig by Mrs. Wallace Thronbrough. Jeorgie Caudle of Memphis was an ut-of-town guest. * . • • • ^Irs. Hartigan Hostess ^o Tri-Town Club, Guests Mrs. Robert Hartfgan of Hsrtford, 'oim, hoiiscguest of her parents, !r. and Mrs. c. w. Afflick, was hostess to members and guesls of Tri-TowiiClub yesterday at the Alflick home. Guests for the meeting were Mrs. Richard Bland of Charleston, Mo, hoiiseguest.i of her parents, Mr »nd Mrs. O. w. McCuthen, Mrs Ha "T A. Haines, M rs ; aeorge ond. A dessert course was served after which Mrs. Robert Harttgan, of Hartford, Conn., gue,st of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afflick was presented a gilt. Show SUrtj 7:M Box OKicc Openi 6:45 Opens Snnd.j 1:H; Slartj 1:1J Conllnnoui Shows gat. A goa. Barcaln Night E T ery K\ t t>i Eicept Salnrdij No passes honored on SuoiUj al Theatn Last Tim« Today Fighting 69th with James Cutler ' and Pal O'Brien Selected Short Sabjeei* Thursday & Friday 1 -•= . Samuel Goldwyn't The BEST Yt'ar> of Our Li\ts M»in« Ley . Ffedtfc Mm* u . Virimu Miyo . HOJR C.rmkhK) Bits of News Condition of Mri. Charlie KruU, who underwent an appendectomy Sunday at Wall* Hospital, It «U»factory. ' •'•',• Mr. and MM. Edward Nelson of Houston, Texax, and Mrs. Chester Biggs of Corinth, Miss., were the overnight guest* Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson and M(M Janet Nelson. They were en route'to their home* after visiting other relatives. Mr. Nelson and Mrs. Blggt are brother and tister of Frank: Nelson. Amour the members of the Lake Street Methodist Church who attended . the Youth Rally In Little Rock Monday were Miss Edna. Lovett, Miss Lottie Pearl Stilwell, Mis» Reba Beasley, the Rev. LJnz« Harrison and Gene Shanks. Mrs. L. C. Rolllsoh, who has been confined to her home following an automobile accident several weeVs ago Is now able to be out. Mrs. W. I. Waketon Is spending today in Memphis. W. T. French, who has ben seriously ill at Blytheville Hospital for several days. is slightly Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caudle and family of Memphis are visiting »s guests of Will Caudle and Billy Cuu- dle.. Mrs. Robert I. Thompson left today for Memphis where slie will spend the remainder of the week as guest of Mrs. T. R. Rlzsby. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams announce the birth ol a daughter Monday at Memphis Baptist Hospital. The baby has been named Linda Susan. Mrs. Williams Is the former Miss Maxine Wallace of Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Potts of San Antonio, Texas, arrived this after- non to visit Mrs. L. M. 'Burnett. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bennett announce the birthday of a son Monday at Walls Hospital. The baby, who Is their second child, has been lamed Charles Ronald. They have a daughter, Linda Jane. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lewis and son, Mr. M. W. Lewis. Mrs. Oscar Til- nore and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox and daughter have returned from Poiscamp, Miss., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. W. L. Cox, sister of J. L. Lewis. Mrs. John W. Owen of Moscow, Tenn., was the week-end guest of Mi', and Mrs, J. D.' Smith. Coming Events Sockl WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1949 '•• .' Tburada? . . Mri. W, L. Koriwr ho«lea« • to Mid- Week Club. .Mr.. W. O. will witcr- Uin the Armorel Home Demooatra- Uon Club. ' • ' Mrs. Roy Head compllmenU Blytheville Rook with 12:30 luncheon. Oouiell WJS.C.S. meet* at Chunb «t 2:30 pjn. ,''•••• Thursday Rook Club entertained by Mn. H. C. Blankenshlp. v Mrj. Eddie Ford entertain* Av*> Ion Bunco Club. Mrs. Marvin Nunn compllmenU Octette' Club. Thursday Night Club meets with Mrs. Don Haley. Mrs. Philip Apjplebaum will be hostess lo C, «nd N. Birthday Club at her home for a steak lupper »t 7:30 p.m. Friday . Mrs. G. O. Poetz entertains Friday Contract Club. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meets for business and social meeting at Church *t 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. • Saturday Mrs M. O. Usrey and Miss May Dlxon entertaining complimenting Miss Dorothy Hlgginson. Mn. Redman Addresses Tuberculosis Group at ftoctor in Clay County Mr». o. O. Redman, executive wcretary for the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, was the principal speaker at the annual meeting of the clay County Tuberculosis Association »t Rector last night. . •• Mrs. Redman addressed the vol unteer executive board of the association on the anmulsesl. Sale program at the Fourth Street Methodist Church, .there. . Dr. J. E. McGulre of Piiimtt president of the Clay countj'as- sociation, presided at the meeting The president and executive sec- •etary of the Greene County Tu- enerai* Meeting Held By Presbyterian Women A ueneial meeting of the i Women 'he First Presbyterian • Church was held Monday, afternoon at the church with Mrs. Ross Stevens pro- Idlng. Mrs. S. E. Tune announced there 'ould be an all day mission st ua e Missions At The Grass Roots" coii- Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble, 12:10 ). in. Paps vs. Marked Tree, here. Friday Chicks v«. Memphis Catholic High, here. >y Mrs. Tune, program leader Mrs *°L *P? ke J° .'"e group on "A Re-' To Each His Own Several different types of aircraft are based' on/ each aircraft an-ier of the U. 8. Navy: scouting )lanes for locating the enemy, at- ack planes lor bombing, and small tghler planes for destroying'enemy airplane*. . Gleaners Class Meets In £. B. Worn/son Home 'Angels of The Bible" was the topic of the devotional given ny Mrs. E. E. Stevens when she was guest with members of the Gleaners Class of the First Baptist Church Monday night at the home of Mrs. E. B. Woodson -with Mrs. Charles Penn co-hostess. Mrs. Russell C. Parr, president of the group presided over the business meeting after which a Bible quiz was conducted by Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Mrs. Walter Bishop offered prayer. •••,.. During the evening 'refreshments were served by the hostess. Hubbard, Jr., and Mrs. Charles Afflick, Jr., of steele, Mo. In the bridge games, Mrs. James Terry won high among the mcm- wr» with Mrs. jimmy Lee Brooks vlnntug second high. Mrs. Logan won high among, the guests with Mrs. Haines winning second. 1 Mrs. Hartigan was presented a Pottery bowls holding chrysan- hemums in varied shades were 'aced in the entertaining rooms or the dessert bridge. Mrs. Bunch Becomes Member ot Yarbro WSCS Mrs. Milton Bunch was hostess to 19 members and one guest, Mrs. Huey Bunch, of the Yarbro Methodist WSCS group Monday night at her home. - •-, The meeting was opened with the singing of the hymn, "The Church's One Foundation" followed with a program. "Christ The Cornerstone of Our Schools" under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Wheeler. During the business meeting Mrs. Huey Bunch became a new member of the group. Group plans were made for the\ annual Harvest Supper to be held October 28th. At the conclusion of the meeting refreshments were served. feminine &_ S ON S SHOES flattering fitting new silhouettes new colors always comfortable $1293 ' LASTING QUALITY IN IVIRY DETAIL Sling pumpi...d'Or5iv pumpi ...Open pvmps...jj*ci«ori... undil>...iinpi...tic< ...» hoil of lovely iww if) In. Colon to gl*ddtn youi l<«rt, httlrhtij KB w (uit your «it». Grt Vitality Mott.for-Yout-Monty Stio«. COMPLITl HANOI OP IIZU AND WIDTHS '•/ Vil,l,lj Ofn KM,/ 5<Wj /.r S$9> Brown Suedt Support .Your Community Ch«st irculosls Association special guests. were also 4^,^d^;^^Sck"ir ere ur > ged"b S u" d thelr <*'Urcn end the Sunday ntght^ervices" Citlnrian *.J_t-L ,«. _. ™ *•*• v Jl - L o. ponsible Society Members, Guest Attend Calvary BWC Meeting Halloween was the chosen theme or the decorations of the Leland Hodge home last night when Mrs lodge was hostess to members of "Ircle three of the BWC of Cal- 'ary Baptist Church. ' : The' fourteen members and olle -uest Miss Dorothy-Lee Rollison net In the home which was. dec- rated with halloween scenes and Jiimpkins for the meeting. Mrs. Howard Caldwell led the op- nlng prayer after which Mrs. Lee Powell presided over a brief buJ- less meeting. The group made up a collection or the needy in china after which prayer v and the singing o f the BWC song, "Jesus Saves." She was as- Isted with the program zy Mrs xm Ayacock, r Mrs. 'Caldwell,. Miss Rollison and- Mrs. p. H. Jernigan Mrs. Hodge gave the devotional. Refreshments of a sandwich plate nd coffee were served to the guests after the group meeting had been dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Lee D owell. Half Moon WSCS Has Special program "The Law of The Crescent am" jve Pomtcd Star" Wils the theme or he program for the WSCS of (he Half Moon Methodist Church when they met last night at the home of Mrs. O. N. Mitchell. The meeting was opened with the singing of the song, "The Church's One Foundation" after which Mrs. W. R. LlglHfoot led the prayer. Mrs. Lightrcot, who also gave the devotional, chose as her subject matter the 38th chapter of Job. Participating on the program were Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. C. W. Garrlgan Mrs. B. L. Lightfoot, -Mrs. R. L. Hawkins and Miss Mary Liehtfoot. Mrs. Hawkins dismissed the group with prayer, after which refreshments were served. College Students Strike For Greater Freedoms UP} — Approximately 200 students cut classes today as classmates tried to incite a strike against regulations at Bowling Green State University. W. J. fiohrs campus police chief, reported the 200 were absent rrom their classrooms after an estimated 500 attended an early morning mass u.cetmg. The jbjectors in the student body of 4,600 young men and women want, among other things: Abolition of a rule which prohibits unmarried coeds from riding In automobiles: 3.2 beer; "complete (reeuom of expression for tlie campus newspaper, the Bee Gee News, and a less tough attitude by campus police. The .sti'deiit Senate has declared ilself "In sympathy with" the demands of the objectors hut is opposing a strike. Three spokesmen for the senate Winded against a strike at the mass meeting, but hecklers, insisted on an immediate walkout. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Mrs. Ruel Asher, Cooter. Mrs. Oscar White and baby Cooler. Mrs Emery White. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Gerald Dorris, Rt. 4. Ronnie Vicers, Caruthersville, Mrs. James Mizell. city. Evelyn Knighton, steole. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Til Oct. 19—<fl>)— (USDA)—Hogs 8,500; market active; mostly 59 to 15 higher than Tuesday's average; some weights, under 150 Ibs and sows over 400 Ibs up more; bulk good and choice 180-260 Ibs '18,75-10.00; top 19.00 freely; few 180 Ibs down to 18.50; odd lots 270-325 Ibs 180075; most 140-170 Ibs 17.00-18 7j- 100-130 Ib pigs 15.00-17.00; few 17.25; sows'dcnvn 17.00-1800' heavier sows 15.50-17.00; stags 115014.00. • .'.-. Cattle 3.500; calves 1,100; general action showing some improvement and prices on steers, heifers and cows -firm in opening deals; bulls •md ' vealers stea'dy; few low ami average good steers 26.00-2750; choice mixed steers and heifers 31.00; medium and good heifers and mixed yearlings 2000-26.00. Eighth Grade Holds Who's Who Quiz At a recently conducted Wlio's Who quiz in the eighth* grade of Hie Burdctte High School the foi lowing were selected; prettiest girl Mary Tyer; most handsome boy' Bill McQuirt; most popular g| r i' Mary Tyer; most popular boy, La- veil Kelly; best girl student, Amy Claire Crook; best boy student Billy Lutes; boy most likely to succeed. Billy Lutes; girl most likely lo succeed. Mary Cobb; best all around bpy, Franklin Pierce; best all around girl, Mary Tyer; best drcsstd boy, Russell Eubanks; best dressed girl, Mnry nob Blngham; best boy athletic. Franklin Pierce; best girl athletic, Erma Perkins; cutest boy, Eddie Wayne Wilson; cutcsl girl, Emma Perkins; Wittiest girl, Ida Mne Young; wittiest boy, Esley Burr: biggest girl baby, Mary Bob Bingham; biggest boy baby, Eddie Wayne Wilson.'— Mrs. Selma Morgan is sponsoiWl the group. • "Royal Service" Is Given During Circle Meeting A Royal Service program for members or Circle Four the, Business Women's Circle of the Calvary Baptist Church, was held last night at the regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Raymond Belknap. Ten members, one new member, Mrs. H. E. Grnham and one visitor, Mrs, E. H. Cowglll, were present. Mrs. Marie Matter offered prayer niter which Mrs, J. D. Widner presided over the brief business meeting. Mrs. Bill Shanks led the program, 'Christ Is the Answer For Pagan People." She was assisted by Mrs. Matter, Mrs. H. L. Coleman, Mrs. Larry Byruin, Mrs. Belknap and Mrs. C. W. Hudson. Mrs. Anderson gave the devotional which was taken from the 17th chapter of Acts. Following the dismissal prayer by Mrs. Anderson refreshments were served by the hostess. Miss Graham Hostess To Calvary Y. W. A. Xliss Patty Graham was hostess Monday night to nine members and one guest, Mrs. Haskell Graham, of the Calvary Baptist Y. W. A. »t her home on Park. . Mrs. Woodrow Wilder opened if* meeting with prayer. - • The program, "Teaching and Helping" was in the form of a round table discussion. Miss Alice Priest led the dismls- :al prayer niter which the'hostes* served refreshments. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. WB O E S»» e&n, A Gypsy taupe with a mysterious undertone that's keyed to the vibrant costume shades ...» subtle blend with greys and black. • Exciting styles for every occasion. P" ce " $1.65-$1.95 Proport/ewi e<f lengitit Short , i , Medium ... Lorta

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