The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 28, 1950
Page 2
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r AGE TWO BIATHEVIIJ.E fARlO COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, NOVEMBEK M, J«n« SheKon, Society Editor Phone 4461 GEO Club, Guest Play Bridge at Rogers Home Yellow, minialurr ;' chrysanlhe- ! nuims topped *ach of the tables at which members of the GRO Club and one guest, Mrs, Richaid T. Mills, were seated last night In the, James Rogers home for the weekly dessert bridge. Small tables were spaced about the entertaining room which held roses arranged in low bowls. Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney was high score winner, Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., second high and Miss Vera Clnod- rich, brtdgo in the bridge game. Baptist Women Meet In Homes Women of Calvary Baptist Church met in Circles yeMerttay lor study lessons'presented In homes of various members. CircJe One and Two me,l at the home of Mrs. Leon Robertson <»n Parkway, with two guests.Mrs. John Brown ; and Mrs. Travis McGee, meeting with the 11' members. Mrs. W. E. Rhoades led in "the opening prayer after which a business meeting was held with Mrs. 6 D, McGec presiding. Mrs. Darryl Lutisford. laught Ihe study lesson, "Par! nersh Ep With Christ" following the devotional given by Mrs. Henry McCain, Mrs. Bertie : Vastbinder dismissed the Circles with prayer after which Mrs, Robertson nnd Mrs. Mnxme Atkinson were hostesses lor a social hour. Mrs. BJ F. Klders met as a new member -yesterday with the 11 members of Circle Five who met at the home of Mrs. Christine Jack• son.-. ' • •• " i Mrs, H, J. Fondreu, Circle hostess, led in the opening prayer followed by the devotional given by Mrs. Et- Ise Vowell. 'Pray Ye" was taught the groiti) by Mrs. Helen Gean after which Mrs. A. D. Priest led in the dismissal prayer. / Mrs. .Bucic- Germany entertained four members of Circle Six nt her home on Birch for the session which opened with prayer by Mrs. Carra Pruitl. Following the short business discussions Mrs. P. H. .Jerntgnn led in the' lesson study. "Pray Ye." Mrs. Homer Connell closed meeting with prayer. Social hours followed each »d Journrrient; Bits of News the ' BjLisiness Session , Held at Church Fourteen members of the Christian' Women * ^Fellowship of the / First ClirisViari Church met yesler- ^ day afternoon at^lthe church (or a * business sewion it was announced -that.the group had packed five boxes t<v be sent to; Kennedy Ge'neral Hospital in Memphis. Minutes of the previous meeting and officers reports were given la the session conducted by Mrs. R(I- pert Crofton, president. • Mrs; L. L. Ward was program leader for the afternoon. The program was a continuation of the theme. "Strong Son of God." ' Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr.. and Mrs. ,J. B. Qk'/cHaney were host ess as following the adjournment. Refreshments were served, SIMPLE TO SEW Miss Jane Wilson, a student at Hutch En son's School, Memphis, is the houscKuest of her par- enlJj, Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson, Mrs, Earl Koonl?, arrived yesterday afternoon" from Motorly Mo., lo spend the month of December as guest of her sister and brother, Miss Ellrn Bryan and Moss Bryan, Condition of Ja|iie Carol Kelly, nine months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kelly of Aimorel, who is ill of pneumonia at Walls Hospital Is reported as .serious. Mr. and Mrs, W. P. Bollri and .son, Michael of Helena, have returned to their home after several tlay.s visit here as guests of- Mrs, Boliu's molhei'j MVs. O. A. Corlcw and sister, Mrs. W. P. Hfirdesly 1 and family. Mr. ond Mrs Bolln and son i re former residents. Mrs. Charley Davis and .son, jharles of ptirogoiild. arc the ^uest-s of Mr.s, Davis' mother, Mrs- Herman Adair and fumily, Mr. and Mrs. J:'C. Davis were the Thanksgiving holiday gursts of Mr and Mrs, P. O. Davis at their home In Hayti. Mrs. J. .7. Cagle and Miss Melha Hill spent the weekend in Columbia, Teiw.. us gue.sts of Cpl. Jerry Cagle, who is attending Columbia MtliUii Institute. While there they attended the annual Thanksgiving forma! dance. Mr, and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes ant Mr.s. Charles Rose returned Sunday from San Antonio, Tex., where they spent the . Thanksgiving holiday weekend with their sons, l*vL Rass D. Hughes, "Jr.. and Pvt. Cnarlei Nick Rose, both are stationed at Lackland Air Force Base. Condition of Mrs, Howard Hire.= who was removed to Blytheville Hospital Sunday night for treatment Is reported as serious. Mrs Hires recently underwent surgery at Memphis Baptist. Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Turner, Jr. and son, R, C. Ill, of Texarkana Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Mo GoVern and children, Jerry and Kathleen of St. Louis were the holiday guests of Mrs. Kathleen Thorn as and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mosley have returned to their home In Omaha Neb,, alter having been the. house guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Mulr Mrs. Mosley (s Mr. Mulr'5 sister. H. H. Houchins is spending sev eral rtny.s In St. Louis, Condition of Hugh Gentry, wh< was removed to his home yesterda; afternoon from Blylheville Hospl tal, is reported as satisfactory. Mr Gentry suffered a broken ankle Pi I day night in a fall at Haley Fie 1< stadium; •" ,• t " .'• ' Miss Evelyn Jean \pigg Return ed to. VfiiiderbUt University, Nash ville, Sunday night after bavin; been . the holiday weekend gties of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A Pigg of Osceola. Mrs, Dan Stout was returned tc er home In BlyLheville today af er having been n patient at Mem his Baptist Hospital. 'Mrs, Ston .ad been a guest nt the home o ier daughter, Mrs. Lewis Wilso I Memphis, since Friday. Mr. WU wn motored Mrs. Stout to Blythe Ille today. '• ., Sue Burnett A beautifully simple home frock to delight the beginner in sewing with lew pattern pieces, a clearly Illustrated sew chart to guide you smoothly and quickly. Pattern No. -8442 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes, 12, H 56. 18, 29; <0 anrt «. Si7t H, 4% yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 2J>c plus .M for first-class mailing, in COINS yolir name, address, size desired «lld the PATTERN NUMBKR to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, III. Send 25 cents today for the nev Fall und Winter FASHION. This latest Iwue Is filled with news and styles for a smart winter wardrobe interesting features; (rte Rift pat Urn printed Insid. the book. Mrs. M. Dallas Mrs. Mil ion Dallas was hosLc? ast night at her home in the Huff man Community lo six members .he Young W omens' Auxiliary to ,he Baptist Chiirch. Mrs. Billy Ray presented the op- )ix Circles V\eet in Homes The .six Circle* of Women of the iist Baptist Church met ycfiter- ay afternoon for study lessons Circle One, wilh ten members resent, met at the home of Mrs j, Boggs. Mrs. Linwood Lewis in the opening prayer followed y the study leuton taught by Mrs. dall Berry. Clofiing prayer was ed by Mr.s. Alvin Huffman. Mr*. Theodore Logan led in the xnkUK prayer lor the ten. mem- ers of Circle Two who met with Irs, C, M. Smart at her home 01 Vnlmil.'The lesson was taught by Irs. Marlon Williams after whlct . Smart led In the adjourning >raycr. ; Eight members of Circle Thre< net at the home of Mrs. R. E. Blay- cck. Prayer by Mrs, C. L. McWat- rs. Sr., opened the meeting fol- owed by the lesson directed by Mrs. E. H. McClure. Mr.s. H. Brooks adjourned the session with; irayer. Mrs. J. J. Cookston met as a new iTcmbcr svlth 11 members of Circle 1 Four who met at the Alvin Hullman, Jr., home. Prayer by Mrs. Ted King preceded the study lis&on taught by rfrs. C, S. Lemons. Mrs, Jesse Seeman closed the meeting with pray- r. Mrs. R. W. Women etucrtained line members of Circle Five at her 10me. Mrs. W. E, Buchanan opened the session with prayer followed by tlie Iesson study glven by i. Woody Jackson, Mrs. C. E. Johnson led in the dismissal prayer. Hotel Noble wa.s the setting for .he meeting of 11 members' and one. guest of Circle Six. Mrs Clara Martin was hostess for the affair which opened with prayer by Mrs. R. G.; Mrs. E. E. Stevens aught the lesson study after whlcli Mrs. C. E. Evans dismissed the group with prayer. Retrefihmenta were served in the Mrs. Huey Named Club President ' CONDUCTING REVIVAI,—Th« Rev. Billy Sullivan of Bethany, Okla., Is now conducting a series of meetings at the Church of the Nazarenc In BlythcviHe, the Rev. Royal G, .SchutU, pastor, has announced. The 17-year-old evangelist in addition to preaching also presents trumpet and vocnl selections. ServEccs are conducted nightly at 7:30 p-m. nt the church located at 301 S. First, social hours following each lournment. ad- Auxiliary Meets In Allison Home The home ot Mr.s. Olan A, A1H- son was the setting last night for (he bus in ess-program meeting of the Intermediate,Girls Auxiliary of Calvary Baptist Church and theii counselor. Mrs. J. D. Widner. Joann Tedlock, auxiliary president, presided over the meeting during which business plans and projects were discussed, Peggy -Allison directed- the pro- jriin, •^..f'Th^nk 1 You,' \r^*' H ---»»• loann'Tcdlock opening J portion with a devofl from Psalms. Participants In th'e discussion 'were Joyce Steele. Ber- nlce Flowers and Dorothy Rollison The clgs\ng prayer was given by Dorothy--Ro]Hson. A salad plate- was served. «! zntertained By ivic Clubs OSCEOL.A. Ark,, NOV. 2» — One hundred seventy-five guests attended the banquet night given at the Osceola Progressive Club rooms honoring members of the Junior and Senior lii(rh school fnol- ball teams, The ntfalr was Kiven jnintly by the Rotary and Klwanls Clubs. Ben Butler, Sr., of \ thie Rotary Club served as tons', master. The Rev. Garland Taylor of the First Melhodlsl Church gave the Invocation. Principal speaker to the guests was the Uev. II. I JP Robtnson of the Luxora Methodist Church who spoke on. "The Game of. Life." The 30 members of the Junior high team and the 32 members of the senior team were introduced to the guests by BUI Benll and John Ileardcn', faculty members. The' Tong tables at which dinner was served were outlined with feathery fern studded at Intervals with whHe gladioli. Flowing away from the gladioli clusters were satin streamers In compliment to the school colors, purple and gold, Further stressing the football theme \vns the miniature football field, complete with titiy goal posts. which rested atop the speaker's table. The Wesleyan Service Guild served the meal. Miss Eula McDougal acted HS Guild chairman. Decorations for the affair, one of the largest complimenting the teams, were directed by Mesdames Joe Rhoades, Jr., E. L. Talialerro and Sam Hodges. Rotary Club members serving on Mrs. J. O. Huey was named as president of the. Lone Oak Home Demonstration' Club yejilerday at the monlhly club meeting, held at the home of Mrs. Glenn Alexander. Mrs. Forrest Moore, retiring president, presided over the meeting of the 11 members, wlilch opened with scripture reading by Mrs. Alexan der. Group singing preceded Ihe discussion, "How (o Decorate YOUI Home for the Winter Months" by Mrs. Gertrude Hollman, home demonstration agent. Others named lo serve with Mrs Huey were, Mrs. Jack Mayes, vice president: Mrs, T. O. Huey, secretary and treasurer; and Mi's. R. E Davis, reporter. Gifts from "secret pals" were exchanged alter which plans for Hie annual Christinas party were made It was announced that the party would be held Dec. 11 at the home of Mrs. Ben Ray. Following the social hour In which refreshments were served Mrs. Moore closed the meeting wi prayer. Study Lessons Are Continued The fifth chapter In the study course, "Christian's Vocations" wa presented lust nl^'nt at the weekly meeting of the Lake Street Meth odist woniens Society of Christ ian Service Ht the church. Prayer led by Mrs. George Me Ghehcy opened the sesston tor th 16 members attending. Mrs. Billy .King, president, conducted the meeting during which Mrs. joe Strickland gave the devotional, '"1'wo Faces." The chapter from the study .series was taught by Mrs. Cecil Lusk and was followed by a group r discussion of the subject. Mrs. W. 1.. Green led in the adjourning prayer. Comino Events Social Calendar Tue«d»T Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Sigma PM tompllmeuted with R dcKSDl't bridge-cflnasla at the W. O. Reeves home af. 7:30 p.m. Mr.s. Henry Dodd and Mrs. T. K. Caraway, hostesses. and E. P. Bradley. Arthur Hodge ib . 'CrasthValfe At The Hospitals HI) ^hevillr Hospital Dismissed: John Conley. City. Hugh Gentry, City. „, Walls Hospital ^.'; Dismissed: ~'.V'? J * Mrs. Blan Heath. City, J , _j Uiveeta Jarrcl, Rt. 1. " . Hurry Lutes, nt. 2. J Mrs. Jncli Stinson, Wilson. Mrs. Gf nc Bradley and baby, Ciry. Refreshments were served by ening devot-ional [oltowed by a bus- Mrs. Dallas following the dismissal. as Rotary president while H-.vrry Minton heads the Klwnnls Cinb. losses, 'on n tr y Club Duplical« Bridge League plays at the Country Club at 7:30 p.m. ( Wfrrfne*day Mrs. Charles C. Langslon Club Etsht hostess Wednesday Club meets at r. E. Black home. Miss Vera Goo<frlch entertaining CIB Club. Thursday Mrs. H. H. 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