The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1935 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 26, 1935
Page 2
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, (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Osceola Society —- Personal Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. O. W. MpCiitdicn tmvlng Thursday Contract club. Mrs. Howard Olll having Bible study, church of Clirtst. Mrs. \V. J. WimdorlicU having Wednesday Bridge club. • THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. li. Horner cnlerlatninB Ml'4-Wceli Bridge club. •Thursday Bridge club meeting With Mrs. diaries Wj'lle. Mrs. Byron. Morse having Tlilirs- day Luncheon club. ' : FRIDAY'S EVENTS 'BxecuCivc meeting of (lie Woman's , Missionary society of the First Methodist chinch at 2:30 at It'ic home of Mrs. C. S. Stevens. '.', SATURDAY'S EVENTS Music Department Woman's c'nib meeting' with' Mrs. James 13. CJark, 2:30 p.m. Siillman 4-1! Club lias Meeting, ;The Stii'man 1-H club met Wednesday afternoon with '26 membsrs and W. n. Casslilay, the sponsor, present. Mary Heal, |ues- dlent, presided aJirt when the secretary called the roll each member answered by giving the work that he or she had done In club project since Hie last mec'ting. Tijere were five new members present. A report was given of the basketball tournament iicM in Bljihevillc oh Saturday and Iris Jackson made a report of the club party held last Friday afternoon at'Flint Bend. The canning bud- g$t for a family of five or six \\TLS explained by Mnxine Lee. Clyde .Herdon gave a demonstration on building an oil jrost /or hogs. «-Ttoy Mullins. gave .1 talk on ^Things That Everyone Should Kriovv About 4-H Club Work."- \TJis'i'razter 4-H chib has Invited (he, Sfiliman club to meet with 1 Iheni at IheSnext meeting, when they have asked Miss Covi Lee Colenjan, 'home demonstration agent, to slve a demonstration on cooker}'. Program Given At FrjFicr J-H Jl!«liiie. The Frazier 4-H club me', Wednesday morning with Ethel Mao Hamilton, president, presiding and Evelyn Hood, secretary, calling the rol). Donovan Bag-jett gave a detn^ on=tration on "Making A Hog- Trpiigh". Evelyn Hood gave a demonstration on Judging canned Iru!ts-- ( ilrs. 1 Geo. Hood, sponsor of the-club, (jUhned for tlie'_next meeting to be a joint one with Frayier an^ Stillman clubs. The club .will meet at (he Frazier kit- cjien end dinner will be prepared by" the members of the cookery dub and others will be luncheon guests. Eighteen members presenl reported..they had their work up to Sate. Sudbiiry School io Have Dinner, Plky Thursday Night. The Parent-Teacher association of VSudbuty school will serve a dinner! at .the school Thursday night,.-with Mnies. O. J. Rogers, Haymond Smith, J. C. Clmpln, Charles Bright, G. J. Barnes, Harry 'Weedman, and E. p. Fry composing the committee in charge. Mrs. Cecil White is directing a -one-act play which will lie lire tenved, "The Wrong Baby." which has. Us scene laid hi a day nursery,-with the plot being bawd on the^mislaken identity of two ba- bjes, _Mmes. Adelma Adams, Jessie, Reedcr, G. J. Barnes. Grove i Sutherland, Kenneth' Marr. H. 1) Carnphell, John Buchanan, und Miss Lucille Armstrong will participate. The stoiy of ''Lieutenant Lcvln- sky'^Up for Cogrt Martial" will he presented by LaFayetto May, Ail- dison Smith, Bryant Stewart, Homer Tinker, Billy 'King, Walter Bock, and O. C. names will direct- II. . "The Bughouse Serenade" will be presented by a number of children. . Dmner will be nerved at ^ o'clock and (he 'plays will begin ut 8 o'clocl:. v ' * - • « Bapilst Circles ilkc!. Circles of the Woman's Missionary^ union of the First Baptist church met Monday aflcrnoon. The-first group was al Ihc church when the ten members present licaftt Mrs. i. T. Drackin give the devotional.' taken from Ihc tenth chapter of John. Mrs. K. D. Marr presided- In the busiiifss session before Mrs. Le.slie Moore gave the mission -study Mrs Lloyd Stlck- inon dismissed, (he group. Mrs:- Herman VValpoie entertained circle 1 at hei home. The 12 present included the president- Mrs. Theodore Lojan. Mrs L r Moore used the 12th chapter of Romans for the devotional and Mrs. C. w. AfTlick gave the second chapter ol the mission study book "Winning the Border." Mrs. Waljiole led Die business .session before Mrs. Login) dismissed the group. There were is present In circle 3, which met at the church, and three new members, Mines. II. M. Heeco, B. A. Morris and L. A, Cothrcn. "Mending the Nets' 'was the theme of the devotional Riven by Mrs. J. II. Smart who used the scripture from Acts. Mrs. R. L. Reedcr (aught the mission lesson "Keys to the Kingdom." Mrs. H. L, Chambers led the business session mid Ihc group was dismissed by Mrs. T. H. llaynes. Circle •! met at the church with J2 pivscnt. Mrs, M. C. Outlaw opened the meeting with prayer tind sentence prayers concluded the program. Mrs. Alvlu Ilullman taught the mission lesson before the business session, presided over by Mrs, E, B. SVoodson. Vniliro Scoldy iMccls. The Yarbro Missionary society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. zoa Thompson. The 2u members and six visitors lieurd n program which included talks by Mines Chester mirhiiin, lilbert llolllnss- worlh, Elza Wheeler und Dob Hood. The liostcss was assisted by Mrs. George Bunch und Mrs. Helen Willis In serving EaiKWiehes, pickles and drinks. Choir Has Supper Parly. The choir of (he First Biinllsl church entertained with n simper party in the social rooms of lh<> church Monday night, There were 75 gjiesls |><«em. and the supper wns served ut a long table with center decoration of fern, lilacs iiiri candies, carrying out (he grc;n iml lavendar color scheme. Herbert Browning opened Hie icogram with a solo, followed by n j-olcc selection l.y Uoy Hogun. A trio coinj)uMd ol T. n. llaynes Herbert Bvowning and Hoy Hogaii iaiVg. Mrs. w. M , Williams, nrcs- l«en(, gave nn ndciress of welcome, which was responded lo by iho IZev. A. S. Carpenter in bc- liatf of Iha guests. A short talk wa s given by Mrs. Paul L. Tipton, choir director. Games were pluycd following ('he program. zurcjie Church Women Have Meeting. Women of the First church of tne Nozarene had a Bible study Monday evening, at the church whsn 23 members attended. This was an increase of five over Hie previous meeting. : Mrs: Triplet!; of Stecle, Mo., gave a talk on mission study and re- porled ten subscriptions for the missionary paper "Olhev Sheep". Mrs. Homer Smith, 'sponsor of in young people's society, met with the young psople and made plans to raise money. Much interest is being shown in Ihis department and a successful year is. anticipated under the sponsorship of this group. Lake Slrcol Women Transact Business. Members of (he Lake Street Methodist church Woman's ifis- sionary todety had a business meeting Monday afternoon at the church. In addition to transacting business Mrs. W. L. Girai led brief program which included scrlpluri! rending by Mrs. Allen Vn» Winkle from Kplieslatis G:IO- 18, and a prayer by Mrs. M. Nelson. "flic 16 present, made plnns to serve lunch lo iho county federation mcetlny :it Ihc Woman's dub April 3. It was reported that Mrs. W, L. Green and Mrs. Jver- Eon Morris arc organizing a j>!l.s- iionary society al Gosndl which has approximately 5(1 members. Has Council. Mrs, J. O. Smitli cntcrtnlnt'd Members of the Woman's Council of the First Clnistliin church Monday afternoon. In a business meeting it wns voted to have in'cctluiis at Iho social Jiall of the chiircli (luring the spring imcl .summer months. Mrs. L. L. Ward conducted tlio devotUuml. A salnd course was served In the social hour. Bits oj Ntws Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Frazier, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jaggers und II. E. Tinker, who have been attending Ihc W. O. W. convention al Llt- lle Rock, will reluin Wednesday after attending the races ut Hot Springs. Miss Miirlhu Lyn Morris, who Ims been seriously ill for a week, is no better. Mr. and Mrs. Max Parks have retimed from Memphis where Mr. Parks underwent an operation at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Bobert E. Lee K.'ng, «:io was removed to (lie Memphis Baptist hospital at Memphis last Fridaj trom his Iromn near Pace. Miss., will undergo u major operation Friday. Members of Ills family wi! go clown Thursday afternoon fot typing of blood -as if is expected that transfusions will be necessary. Mr. King has been 111 since jarly in December. Ivlr. mid Mrs.'J. H. Eiklns have as their guest Mrs. Elkins' Inther Vf. F. Lovin, of Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. J. H. Fisher and Mrs Lil- lle Mlchic of Mlcola, Mo., wen In Stuttgart, Ark., for the week c-i!() us eucste of Mrs. C. If. cainii They went over at this time in celebration of their birthdays. •Chnrtes Scruggs, formerly of here ami laic of Mcinpiils, has returned here. Mrs. Ross Stevens is ill at hei home on Chlckasawba. avenue Mi's. Tom Marlin and Mrs' G W. Ulllahmily were In Memphis yesterday where Mrs. Martin consulted her physician abonl hei iirm which was broken (several moiillis aso. Mrs. j. r. Collins Is at the Memphis liapiibl hospital where slv tindcrwcni aii operation, Mrs, Hill sccoy und dnughtci Billlo nose, ol Joncsboro, arc the Eiiesls of Mr. and Mrs. i, e irt s Proe- inan. Mr. Kecoy accompanied then over yeslerday. Among out of town people here lor Uio funeral of Mrs. Surah Al Ice Kemp were Mr. and Mrs Oi 'is Iwlnltlcr und children and Mi and Mrs. Pnnk 1'lckard,. of Mul Ion, Mo. Mr. Twinklcr niirl Mrs, Ickai-d wo grandson and Bi'imd- dauglitcr of Mrs. Kemp. Hoy and Hamlolph Parks were ii-s. David parks, at Her home'Yn <i]W Girartlcau Sunday. M. A. Parks is in lnc Baptist lospllal, Memphis, where he underwent an operation. Mrs. C. M. Gray has recovered iom several days illness. Miss Alia Kay aault, of Oxford, Miss., spoiil Ihc week-end in BlyUicvllle us guests of Mr and Mrs. J. w. Sykes. Mr. auri Mrs. Harold Thompson nn ( | niece, Miss Mildred Mitchell, spent Friday in Memphis The W. M. U. met al the home of Mrs. C. u. Kulioj- Monday afternoon for ihe. monthly "iloyiil Service" lesson, Tlie ihcme was "UftJns the Banner Through Our Christian CollcBes," ltd by Mrs. E, L. Cole, in the absence of the I'.r^nim chairman, Mrs, J. T. Khodcs. Tile program topic was "A Sceplrc of KIsmeoiiBiipis." Mrs, C. C. ttowcn ditiMissert "A Pioneer of nnptist Education," Mrs. E. H. Stephens gave a talk on "Southern Baptist Theological Seminary," Mrs. Gill Mastens discussed "W. M. U. Training School," Mrs. Paul Driver talked on "The Southwestern Seminary and Training School," Mrs. John A. Edrington discusi-ed the "Baptist Students Union and College Y, VV. A.'s," Mrs. Douglas discussed "Home Mission Schools" arid Mrs. R u Cole discussed "Foreign Mission Schools." Circle li of the Methodist Missionary society met Monday afternoon ni die home of Mrs. G. is. i-cgrnves with a perfect attendance. The penny contest for (lie par- ronage fund came to an end yes- lerday after tv.o months and Mrs. J. L. Ward's side was the winner. Receipts of ihe contest were 598. The losing side, led, by Mrs. Fred mylor, is to entertujn ,jjc i v jn f ners side with a picture thow party nw Tuesday mint at ihe uein meafre. . ', In me ehprt business -. meeting Biciter Moorenead, pastor of ihe Mist, Mctnoitlsi cnurcn, urged ml me mtiiiDers to attend the 1 Meth- oqist coinerence-ln Memphis Wednesday. The circle memrjers voted to donate J25 'to Hie new churcti teats. «• ,» * Mrs. G. B. SCBtaves, Mrs. garl Roi/lns and Mrs. Uave yquiig : 'wcru hostesses and served Ice crs.\«n and cake. Mr. and Mrs. cioclfrey While returned Sunday night jrom Biloxi and New Orleans, where they spent a week. ' '' Mr. and Mis. C. T. Mclvln left Monday to make their home in Conway, where Mr. Molvln is to be In charge of a cheese factory. jg.1935 '•Ire. Kelvin wfif formerly <;nm|oy. <t at, the Nijef office Here. nm' n B l? cl **'°04 returned from Little nocjt yesterday, Jim Goodrlcli of: Memphis Is an Csccola guest,. for ;sevml days. Mte Webb <>{ Memphis Blue Star Kills The Itch Germs To Set rid of Itch, rash, tetter, foot »cl>. ringworm or eczema, cover with too l.jng lilue Star Olnlmeiit which coiilsilns tcslcd medicine lliut mells, s;-.v!is ;ji quickly : ( '>d hills Hie itch !"i!:cy bA'.-k i! 3r r,)i . CAlit) OF THANKS J wish lo thank our many friends and city officials for their most lender expressions of sympathy, their kindness and for the ilow- ers sent, in the shock and Joss of my dearly beloved husband, Moss Beavers. Signed Mrs. Mnltlc Beavers. 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