The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1941 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 9, 1941
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYtHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 4 Osceola ' SocJety^Pefsor sr ml Time Out Presbyterian Circles jfeeet Mrs. R. c. Bryan wfcs hostess to .seven members o£ Circle One at her country home Monday afternoon to begjn the study of Foreign and Home Mission Needs in preparation for the annual Week of Self Denial and Offering Feo 2-9 for that cause. Mrs. Wi J. Driver wa& de\o- tional leader >fter which Mrs Bryan and Mrs Lawrence conducted a round taWe quiz on the needs of the various fields. Circle Two had eight members In the home of Mrs. A F. Spiese for a Similar study led by Mrs Dick Crooner. Because of so much illness in Circle Two, they er- changed turns n-ith the other circle in serving the Rotary luncheons. .* .. *> • To Attend Institute The Rev. W J Splcer and Mrs Spicer, accompanied by Mrs G. B Segraves, president of the Woman's Society;of Christian Service, and other officers pJan to attend tne ail-day Missionary Training Institute scheduled to meet ai First Methodist Church in Jonesboro Tnursday. Although everyone is invited, the institute Is primarily for mficers and chairmen 'of various - departments of the women's work. Fifteen* members attended the business meeting of the society on Monday when the worship program entitled "Sharing Means to Health" was heW. *'•• • * Mrs. Jacobs Speaks The background, outline and purpose of the Book of Joshua in the Old Testament was explained 6y Mrs. P. P. Jacobs "foi members of Calvary Episcopal Auxiliary in the home of Mrs. W. W. Prewitt_pn Monday afternoon. The lesson was a contih'u- arfbn of the course in which all the books of the Bible are being -studied. t -Mrs. J. H. Lpvewell piesided al the ^business jiheeting in \vhic. plans for serving- tne Farm Bureau Dinner on Wednesday night weft made. H:s. Allan Segraves will be hostess to the Auxiliary on Jim. 20, an her country home north di Luxora. Born i&c side of Ihe internatidhal 'iltu- atijh, which she received this week from T. Sato, secretary of the Japahcfcu conciliate ih ; New 'Orleans. A paper on the historical background and racial groups settling the countries of 6outh America. successive conquests and discoveries and topography of the continent was giveh by Mrs. R. t?. Bryah to :iose the prograhr In the b'usine*! isessibn oh£ dollar was voted, to the state Penns Art Fund, and plans made for the Time Current Affairs Contest to b«i con-dueled nl the meeting of the Literature-DepArtm'ent-Jan-: 21 jn the iiwcliecn meeting ai the home of Mrs. John W. Bdrmgtoh. The clUb also went on re'cov'd as favoring the five-day divorce law, and UVe stock law for Arkansas; Resolutions will he sent to the county representatives. To further emphasise the though of the prograrii were the Shin, plates used picturing an English Abbey. Miss Adelle Hook poured coffee in the social hour. Guests included Mrs. W. J. Spi cer, Mrs. Paul Semmes And Mrs R. A. Melhom. Mrs. R. W. Butlei of Luxova was received ns a new tnembcv. Sharing hostess honors with Mrs. inittcd. Mrs. Victoria Gilbert, city, dis- THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1941 Biythevffte Hospital J. D. Neertham. city, admitted. Mrs. ft P. Hail, Luxora, admitted. Mrs. Charles W. Oglesby, city, admitted. Memphis Baptist Hospital Miss Peg-gy Parker, Haytl, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Cotner, Osceola, a son. Memphis Methodist Hospital Claude E. Gallian, Caruthersville, admitted. MIS, Jewell Reagan, Leachville. a'd'mitted. Queen ah'ts used their wings for one flight only—the nuptial flight. After this, the wings are broken off. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^•••••••^••••••IHI^^I^HH^M LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Prices For Friday and Saturday J. H. Hook, R. K. Glaclish' were Mrs. Mrs. Tal Tongate, Jones, Mrs. E. M. Jaffe, Mrs. Ivlary ?pa:m, Miss Nettie Gray, Mrs-. J. L Wllliaitts and Mrs. Emma- Mobre. Theoretically, time stood still when CJerman bombs smashed the building pictured above. It is England's famed Greenwich Observatory, oh the Internationa) Dale Line, from which the wbrld'i time is reckoned. Mr. and Mrs. George Basil Segraves Jr. are parents of a daughter, born at the Trinity Hospital in Little Rock Friday The baby •weigiung six and one-half pounds, has been named Marion, Joyce. Mix and _ Mrs. Segraves have one other child, a son, George Basil Segra\es m. •Mr. Segraves returned home this week and Mrs. Segraves and children; wul return , in three weeks. Mrs.^Segraves is Ihe former .Mis Marion Davidson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. F. Davidson of Little Rock. > * ^ * Baptist \V. M. XJ. Meets The _first business meeting b' the. new year was attended by '3'. members of the Baptist Worhan's Missionary Union Monday afternoon. Mrs. Ida Tucker based hei devotional on the hew watchword for 1941 found is Ps. 67:2. The W. -M. U. hyhih for 1941, "Jesvu Saves," 'written by a Methodis. Sunaay school teacher of Baltimore 75 years ago, was sung and wil be usfed throughout the year. • Among the reports heard by Mrs Dwight H. Blacfcwood, president 1 weref^ those of the personal service efcainnafl stating that six baskets of fruit an'd food, were sent to shut-ins at Christmas, cards' and messages to-all sick at home and in hospitals, and a baseball glove sent to Marshall Crews, student in £h&~\ Arkansas Baptist Orphan V Home in Monucello. who is clothed 1 by the Osceola. society. * -Mrs. D. A. Siler. treasurer, reported the Lottie Moon Christmas offering for Foreign Missions was $50;;- ail current obligations paid. < charts. Standard of Excellence for aii auxiliaries bought, new guide , books and year- books purchased with> a neat balance in the treas- j An especially forward step was j taken when the Union voted to j place the "Royal Service," official , magazine , of Southern W. M. U., ' in the -budget and send to every active member. The state Baptist •paper, "T£ie Arkansas Baptist" was recently placed in the church budget and now goes to every family in the church. Plans were announced for the all-day luncheon meeting on Feb. 11 when Mrs. : R. H. Jones will teach the hew i'9il W. M. U. Year Book of plans, methods and aims .'or the year. 'Ah'award will be •jiveh the circle chairman having ':he largest -uumbier of members )resent on that day. Mrs. pewey Courtney of Osceola, pd Mrs.' iEula Moore' of Lula, Vliss., who is visiting h'er sister, virs. Mattie Dillard, and niece. Mrs. B. C. Bryan, were the only Ttie'sts. * t •« Cliib Meets The suburban home of Judge \nd Mrs. S. L. Gladish known as •The Gables" was the scene of he Progressive Club meeting Tues- jay afteraoon when 50 members leard an interesting program oh ntC'rnatibnai Relations conducted! y Mrs.. John W. Edrington. The program had been arranged by VLrs. J. B. .Bunn, who was called, o Perryville, Ark., Sunday on as- WHY PAY MORE? count of the Illness of her mother, Mrs. Annie Bowen. Folk songis from many lands were played by Mrs. Harold B. Tillmah and typed copies of' "God Save thfe king" were passed and siing by the group. Among the Interesting exhibits .arranged.for the meeting was n colleciiors of cream pilchsrs frotn 18 countries borrowed from the large collection of Mrs. John W. iEdHnjtoh. and Chinese bookends, silk handkerchiefs, ki- iriohas. china and candy sent from China to Mrs. Paul Jue of Osceola. Mrs. G. Hearts-Ill Banks discussed the international situation with reference to 'Europe, and quizzed her audience on the Johnson Act, the 'Neu'tfaHty La'\\'. ahd other comparatively recent •legislation dealing with world 'iiroblehis. Mrs. R. H. 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