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| PAGE TWO y BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1940 I , Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs 1 . R. C. Allen, • Mrs. L. S. i Benisjr and Mrs.' Jesse M. White i\ having»party, 2;30 o'clock, at White home. 'il Dorpas Sunday school, class, First Baptist church, "having party, 2:30 o'clock at church, Sisterhood, Temple Israel, meeting 8:00-o'clock with Mrs. Louis Applebauin. , , Mrs. Herman Grimes and Mrs. C. B. Kettinger entertaining Wednesday Biinco.club at Grimes home. Mrs. G. G. Caudill having Town "and Country club. ADC Bridge club- meeting with Mrs. James Terry. Sudbury Parent-Teacher association meetin 3:00 .o'clock at school preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. L. E»- Old entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A, Gbnway entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. j Mrs. Z. B. Siliba entertaining } Prosperity club, 2:30 o'clock. j Altar Society," Church of the | Immaculate Conception, having 1 bingo party, 8:00 o'clock at Amer- 1 ican Legion Hut. Miss Jane McAdams entertaining Cee-Que Bridge club. served before the games for which the Christmas motif was used in the tallies and in the gift packages. High score prize among the women, pillow slips, went to Mrs. Marvin Robinson and among the men, a double deck of cards to J. Louis Cherry. * * *• Supper Club Has Party Monday Night ..Members of the Tuesday Night Supper club were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines for a party at their home Monday night. Christmas tallies were used for the bridge games following supper which was serveci at small tables. Mrs. B. A. Lynch was high among the women nnd Cecil Shane, among the men. * * * Elect Officers Mrs. Pearl • Hires was re-elected Oracle of the Royal Neighbors Monday night at a meeting at the home of Mrs. J. B. Foster. Other officers chosen were as follows: Mrs. R. A. Copeland, Vice Oracle: Mrs. S. A. Thompson, Chancellor; Mrs. Harry Ogle, Rec- Nashville, Tenn.. and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Meyer and son, Charles, of Eudora, have returned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal for the holidays. Mrs. J. W. Sykes and Miss M. Emde spent the Thanksgiving; holidays in St. Louis as guests of Miss Emde's parents, Mrs. Louise Emde. Mr. and Mrs. Y. B. Turner of Glendale, Calif., formerly of here, have visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman and other friends here ffr the past few days. They were the luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis Monday. They have now gone to Paragould for a visit before going to Covington and Ripley, Tenn., where they wUi spend some time before returning- to California. Mrs. I. R. Johnson went to Memphis today to spend two days with Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Wyse and family. Miss IVlary McCutchen Weds Mr. Bert Wells STEELE, Mo., Dec. 3.—Of un- ^mi'l^^™^^ usual invest Is the wedding o Mrs. Ed Cook Four Bridge club. having Double Mrs. John F. LentL entertaining Thursday Contract club. Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, observing week of prayer, 2:30 o'clock at church. Y. M. B. club meeting with Mrs. LaGronne Whittle. Mrs. G. S. 'Barnes entertaining Bi-Monthljr Bridge club. Club 28 having dance at Woman's club, 9:00 o'clock. "Ladies' -Bible class, First Methodist church, having Christmas party at church. 'FRIDAY'S EVENTS , Mrs. W. A.. Sttckmbn. having Elmwood Cemetery association. Woman's Missionary Union. First Baptast church, observing week of prayer, 2:30 o'clock at church. Mrs. Herman Walpole, Marshall: Mrs. Fannie Alexander, Mrs. Foster and Mrs., G. G. Saliba, managers; Dr. F. D. Smith, physician. * » * Organize Circles Circles for the year were organized Monday afternoon when 64 members of the Woman's Missionary Union Of the First Baptist church met at the church, for a business session. Mrs. W. J. Rodgers was in charge of the session which was opened with the repeating of the watchword for the year. Senence prayers were offered for the week of prayer beginning today. Mrs. W. W. Watsen gave the closing prayer. After circle numbers had been drawn, the following circle chairmen were announced: Mrs. Wnlter Bishop, Circle One; Mrs. G. J. Walker, Circle Two; Mrs. Everett Renegear, Circle Three; Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Circle Four; Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, Circle Five; Mrs. John Mrs/ Tera Turner entertaining C. B. 01'"club. Music department, Woman's club sponsoring benefit bridge party 2:00 o'clock at clubhouse. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association' of Univer sity Women * meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Dislikes Nazis $50,000 Worth Buchanan, Circle Six. ' Have Open House At '-• Methodist "Parsonage ' TheLRev. and Mrs. E. B. Williams } held "open house" Monday night - f at the'parsonage'_home for mem- l bers and friends 1 of\ the iPirst Meth- 1 odist "church. Special guests at the j affair were the Rev. and Mrs. H. O. Eggensperger, associate pastor of j the church, and Mrs. Eggensperger, j who recently came here. ] More than 75 guests were present 1 for the afiair. Mrs. A. O. Hudson assisted the Rev. and Mrs. Wll- Bits of News Mostly Personals Miss Mary 'Ellen McCutchen, eld sst daughter of Dr. and Mrs. P F. McCutchen, to Bert Wells, sol of Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Wells, which occurred in Poplar Bluff on Nov. 20th. The Rev. Watson, pastor of the Methodist church of that city, performed the ceremony at his home. These young people are of two of the most prominent families and pioneers of this community _ and are members of one of the! most popular younger sets. The' 'sride is a member of the senior -lass of Steele high school and plans to complete her school work. 3he is also a member of the high school band was one of the champions in tennis at Steele last season. She is also very popular Ep- wcrth League nnd activities of the Methodist church. The bridegroom was graduated! from the Steele high school and :'ov two years has operated the Wells Grocery in Steele. They plan to start housekeeping in n few days. After a honeymoon which was spent in Nevada, Mo., with. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Bowles and also at Liberty nnd Kansas City, Mo., they returned to Steele where they will reside. Vliss Jackie Taylor Weds Virgil Hahs STEELE, Mo., Dec. 3.—Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Jackie Taylor to Virgil Hans, both of Steele, in an impressive ceremony which occurred at Ma- -. rion. Ark., on Nov. 21.st 'at the .icme of the officiating minister, Rev. Sanford, pastor of the Ma-" rion Methodist church. Their only attendants were Miss Jeanne McCutchen and Bette Gotcher ot Steele. i Mrs. Hahs is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Taylor | and a senior of Steele high school. She • is a member of the most prominent younger set of Steele where she takes active part in all school, church and social affairs Mr. Hehs is the son of Mr. and | Mrs. C. A. Hahs of Marble Hill.' Mo. He Is a graduate of the Lutes- villa, Mo., high school and later attended Will Mayfield college in Marble Hill. For the past two years he has been employed at Brooks' Men's Store in Steele. They will make their home with the bride's parents until she graduates from high school in May. Mrs. Agnes Hawkins of Dallas Texas,.T is the guest of Mr. and Mrs/.^JV. W. Hawkins and famiry Lforya^few^ttays^ejiroute to Chicago." CharlieVMo i ore"shas returned from College Station;' Tex., where he spent Thanksgiving with relatives. While there, he attended the Texas Osceola Pastor Heads County Ministerial Group V A. ' .. ' _-' The Rev. \V. J. Spicer, pastor of the Osceola Methodist church, was •named chairman of the Mississippi County Ministerial Association of 'Methodist churches at a meeting of the group Monday afternoon at First Methodist Church. To Hold Temple Israel Services Friday Night Services will be held in Temple Israel Friday night at eight o'clock instead of Sunday afernoon at three o'clock. The sermon topic of Rabbi Herman Pollack will be "Life in the Ghetto," based on the works of Wirth and Zangwill, and William Saroyan's Pulitber prize play, "The Time of Your Life." Sunday school) however, will meet at the regular' hour. Service schedule was changed tin's week, L. K. Harwarg. president of the congregation announced today, in order to make it possible for members of the congregation and affiliated organizations to attend the ninth annual me'eting of the Arkansas Jewish Assembly which will be held in Pine Bluff Saturday night and Sunday. The Arkansas Jewish Assembly was founded nine years ago in Hot Springs, headed, by Dr. A. B. Rhine of that city. The Assembly I aims to integrate the whole of | Jewish life in the state by bringing' I together the religious, philanthropic, and communal organizations to discuss local, state, and national problems of interest. Notably among the achievements of the Assembly arc the establishment of the Annette B. Rhine Scholarship Fund Dr. Shover Conducts Teachers' Study Group The .first class in the extension courses : being conducted for the benefit of Mississippi County teachers was held Monday night at- the Gosnell school by Dr. w. G. Shover, of Arkansas State'" College faculty at Jonesboio. In the future, all meetings will' be at the First Baptist church at 5 o'clock in the afternon on Monday and Thursday. Full credit of six semester hours is given for completion of these two courses on social pathology and salesmanship. It is still possible for those interested to enroll in these courses; Mrs. Tho'mas R. Ivy, county-examiner, stated today. Expect Many Farmers To Hear Rankin Talk IL is expected that a large number of farmers in Mississippi County will attend the. supper meeting of. the County Farm Bureau here Wednesday night when J. p. Rankin of Steele-, Mo., former university professor, will speak on "American Agriculture in the War." Supper is to be served at 6:30 o'clock at the American Legion Hut by a circle of First Methodist Church women. FUNNY BUSINESS /Actress Carol Kane really dislikes the Nazis—$50,000 worth. That amount, part of the proceeds of a 10-year movie career, is v;aiting for her any time_ she'll go to Germany to collect it. But" Miss Kane, pictured above in Los Angeles as she recently an- 'rived. from' Europe, says she wouldn't go back for many times'that sum. University-Texns A. and M. foot- ' The Rev. M. N. Johnston,'pastor ball game. He is a former Texas {of the Dell church, was chosen liams in receiving the guests. White chrysanthemums' flanked by red tapers in crystal candelabra . formed the centerpiece of the lace draped dining table. Other bouquets of chrysanthemums and' a vase of : red and white snapdragons completed the floral decorations. Mrsr S. K. Garrett and Mrs. Harvey; Morris presided over the. refreshment table. Also in the dining room was Mrs. W. F. Brewer who :was assisted by Alexa Williams and .Mary EHa. Garrett. *..*.* Names Program Committee Mrs. John F. Reinmiller. Mrs. M. .O. .Usrey and Mrs. Paul Fryor were named, on the.1941 program committee of the Woman's Society of Christian Service '-of the First Methodist church .by Mrs. B. A. Lynch Monday afternoon at a business meeting at the church- Mrs. E. D. Ferguson gave the devotional before the 20 members who were present. Mrs. W. F. : Brewer was. elected a member of the; Christian Board of Education. A. and M. student. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. L. Engler were in Memphis Sunday for a performance Of the "Passion Play." Mr.-and Mrs. F. L. Engler were in Memphis Sunday for a performance of the "Passion Play". Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson and son, Morris; King, have returned from Memphis where they visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson Sr. and family. They-went down especially for the Christmas Parade and Passion Play. Toler Buchanan has returned frcm Walnut Ridge where he spent Thanksgiving with his parents. Mrs. R." F. Kirshner and Mrs. Everett B. Gee are spending today hi Memphis. They went down especially for Mrs. Gee's mother, Mrs. T. M. Hunter, of California. vice chairman and , the Rev.'H. O. Eggensperger, associate pastor of First Church here, secretary-treasurer. A The ten members present discussed plans for the year's work. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital J. C. Hopper, Holland, dismissed. Mrs. J. P. White, Half Moon, dismissed. - • • B. F. Brogdon, city, dismissed. Joyce Johnson, Steele, dismissed, Mrs. J. M. Sugg and' baby, .city, dismissed. V Mrs. C. B. Bennett and bagy, city, dismissed. W. w. Simpson, Dell, dismissed Mrs.. James Sanders, city, dismissed. BlytheviHe Hospital Mrs. T. F. Dean, city, admitted W. B. Lofiin. Huffman, dismissed Mrs.. Guy Gean, city, dismissed, j secretary-reporter. M". E. Byrcl, Leachville. dismissed.' Walls Hospital Memphis Baptist Hospital Jesse M. Alford, Pecan Point, admitted. Mrs. Ed Brown. Manila, admitted.- -. ; . A. J.. Lewis, Manila, admitted. Miss Lois Moat,- Keiser, admitted. Mrs. J. T. Polk. Keiser, admitted. . Td like < my money back—there were only 48!" Demonstration Club News Notes To Meet Thursday. Members of the Shady Lane Home Demonstration club will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. B. C. Hall, it was announced today. The new officers elected at a recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Vance Dixon will preside. They are Mrs. T. T. Campbell* president: Mrs. Dixon. vice president; and Mrs. Robert McHafTey. BURLINGTON. Me. (UP 1 *—Jack Williams didn't mind when a bsar ate two blueberry pies but he became annoyed when it attempted to get into bed .with. him. Williams 'nmecl on lights and the bear fled. BABY'S COLD Easy to relieve misery direct— without "dosing". Bub throat, chest, and back with . . . Mrs. Dixon served lunch to the group at the all day meeting. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, count5'- home riemcnstration agent, gave pat-terns en "A Cotton Christmas." Rauch's subject will be "Our Immediate Challenge." The Rev. Francis D. Daley of Pine Bluff will speak on the subject of "A Faith for Today." Rabbis and laymen of the state will participate in .vari- s symposia dealing with cultural and religious problems. I '• ; --The.sessions';will' be presided over kfr Hr)e state president, Mrs; 'James M. Kempner. of Little ••Rock..Jiedel, of Blythevillc. is third vice- president- ol the organization. Read Courier News want ads. NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE Owen Zuck and His ORCHESTRA Sponsored by the Blytheville Bachelor Club City Hall Towns Lose Legislators CONCORD. N. H. (UP>—Fifty- three towns are without sufficient copulation to be represented in the 1941 state legislature.. Secretary of State Encch D. Fuller says, the dis- aualirled towns are located in every county of-.- the state. WHY PAY MORE? JL—Short terms considered as cash. 2.—Everything, everyday, the best for as LESS. 3.—Largest variety in town—Meats—Poultry—Groceries. 4.—Prompt delivery town or country—No lonff waiting. 5.—Quality unexcelled—Never undersold any day. All ?hese & More at the One & Only RITE PRICE GRO. & MKT. 111-113 E. Main in Blythcvffl«~~'' % Phone 234 for deserving 'students and the Harry B. Solmson Educational Fund for the purpose of enlighten- ling the Christian and the Jew as to ' the place of religion in the life of our nation. Rabbi Herman Pollack is state chairman of the education | from -the Meander river, in an- committee. The theme of the convention this year is "Israel in this World Crisis." The speakers who will discuss this Read Courier News want ads. who has been visiting in Helena and Memphis. Mrs. Hunter will return here to .spend the Christmas holidays with her daughter and family. Miss Martha Thomas spent Mie week end in Little Rock with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Thomas. , Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trotter and Guild to Meet TontehU I ch .!\ ar f" ^ t Thanksgiving here .Members of the Wesievan Ser-1 J" 1 * *' f- Tr ° tc ^V -^ MTrs ' J ' vice Guild of Hie First- Methodist 1 B -7™ u f"' H V!? C '\ ^M"* will meet tonight at the ard Ta ? 0 , r a " d M J' 3 ' Vec ! a T .™ a f r returned to Memphis with VmYi to attend a performance of the "Pns- home of Mrs. E. B. Williams. The meeting,will begin at. 7:30 o'clock. Study Group Meets. Twenty-three. member?- of the mission study group of the Wom- 'an's Council of the First Christian sion Play." 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