The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 26, 1949 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 26, 1949
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PAGE TWO BLvnrevnxE CARK.I COURIER NEWS Jane ShcJlon, Society Kclitor hone 446.1 Agnes Eileen Hagan Becomes Bride Of John Weaver O'Neal This Morning With'the illuminated aisle candles lighting (he way for the bridal party to lhe altar for the exchange of vows, Miss Agnes Eileen Hagan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Williair Ddwnrd Hagfui, became the bride of John Weaver O'Neal, Jr., of Talbotton, Ga., .son of Mr. and Mrs. John Weaver O'Neal, Sr., this morning at 10 a.m. The Rev. B. P. McDevitt, a.s-si.stcd t— by'the Rev. William J. Bpck, officiated at the double ring sernee.s at the Church of the ImniucuhUe Conception. Backing the floor baskets of white gladlolt, which were placed on the second altar level, were the twn altar uriis from which brimmed white snapdragons. Immediately in front of the urns were the luxuriantly arranged white gladioli resting In the white wrought iron wicker baskets each tied In huge puffs of white sotin. Arranged on Ihc first ficor level of the altar were crystal floor VAfeA pi need iti while wrought iron stands and filled with mammoth white chrysanthemums. Inter mingling with the floral nrrnn^cmenLs were massive branched candelabra with each slender white taper set in a rosette ol white .satin. Ar.oming the white satin prle rileu on which the couple knelt for blessing was the double stock spray set In puffs of satin. Arranged along ths aSrilo down which the wedding party pitsseil were aisle candles each entwined in lacy phi mas Ls fern with dainty white flowers Intermingled. Topping each aisle arrangement were burning white tnpers. Satin bows tied each design. The family pews were marked with giant satin bows. The mus lea t program was presented by L, T. Moore, organist and Carl Green and Henry Dodd, vocalists, as the guests assembled and during the exchange of vows. Mr. Moore's selections include "Bridal Chorus" Irom "Lohengrin," Wagner, "Ave Mfiria," Bach-Gounod. "tX>nn Nob Is" Mozart, "Beethoven's Sonato Opus 20," andante movement Mr. Green sang, "Pants Angelicas" Franck, with Mr. Dodd singing, "Where Ere Ye Walk" llntidcl anil "Avc Mnrln" Schubert. Attendants Clad In Tnri| with Robert Gunn and Tommie Haslett of Memphis nntl Ben W White of Bl.vthevilip a.s groomsmen, Alcoytes were Lnrrv CassJdy Fred White, Nlckie Roberts and Joe , Smith. Mrs. Edward Hafran . rn mother of the bride, was dressed I" a suit of wool gaberdine with which she wore- sun copper . Mrs. John Weaver O'Neal, Sr mother of the groom, chose a frock of navy crepe. Corsages of white gardenias were worn by each mother with aqua and copper satin ribbons tyln^ . - =•• * *«' »s"i i o corsnuo and Rardcnln ribbons used to rani- plcte the- corsafic ot Mrs. O'Nenl. Hecejillon Is llclil A reception honoring the couple was held nt the home or the bride's parents Ht Huffman this afternoon from two to lour. Floor baskets of mammoth white cnr.vsanthemums nntl waxy greenery were placet! throuuhnut tile home. ihe tlirre tiered elaborately bedecked wedding cnke willed was cut b> Mr. and MIS. o'Nen] and served the many well wishers who called during the afternoon, rested on the imported cutwork cloth overlaying the table, Luxuriant glntliolf tips set m loops of rare ferns completely encircled the base of (lie cake. Crystal candlesticks holding- white tapers were placed on either side. Centering a side serving; tnblc wns n crystal punch bowl from which punch was served during the afternoon. An imported ctitwork cloth also overlaid I his table Asslstliiu at the reception 'were Vlss Kay Milroy nnd Miss Agnes' Gunn who presided over the refreshment table witli .Mrs. Gradv Magec at the bride's book. Encii Preceding the brirte to the altar clad In their period satin gowns -were the attendants, Reyinii Hagan, maid of honqr, Mrs. Nora Selbert, matron of honor nnd Mrs. Karold Fryer, of Columbus, Ga.. sister of the groom and Miss Marie Haslett of Memphis. They wore Identical gowns of turquoise slipper satin. The puritnn pointed basque was closed to the center front with miniature satin covered buttons marching down from the standing mandarin collar. The brief sleeves were formed by triple cnpclct.s. The detachable fitted gauntlets buttoned from the elbow and ended in petal points extending over the hand. The bouffant skirts were posed over starched petticoats. Completing the ensembles were Juliet caps of braided satin. Each attendant carried colonial bouquets in complement to their gowns. and Piccadilly mnline outlined the flower and bow centers with the entire creation nestling in a double ruffled nnd sca.l- loped celll-lace holder. In a crescent .shape around the top center of the luce holder were Piccadilly gladioli florcttcs. Centering the holder were pntfs of piccn- dilly satin cascading away to into knee length streamers of the same starched appearing satin. Placed at the base of the colonial arrangement was a detachable corsage of Piccadilly carnations. Interspersed In the corsage and through the plc- cadiily satin bows were tiny leaf-shaped loops of aqim satin. Jan Finklen and Lorcttn White of Memphis, who wore complementary gowns of a shade lighter turquoise satin, served as flower girls. They each carried aqua and pink mallne edged wicker baskets. Double edging the baskets were rows of wispy aqua and piccndillv maline lied off the left center with tiny double satin bows. Mlnnturc white flowers filled the Ivory shaded basket Brltle Carries Orchids The bride, who was given in riaee by tier falhiT. chosr an orin- ' K inal cnwn by Mnirrer Itir (he ex. ' t , change nf her marvi^e vn.^s. Fash- t , inncrl from nwirnnlai while slipper i ( , sal in. The oil;! n'. p'jiiKr 1 .'] IxittiiM' w;«.s biut'ined in (ins- rlm-iv set <.:ii'n buttons rrxtendim! [ruin Ihn p'-Iltr IVter Pun crtllnr whi'-lj was el»<b<,r- , .. ^ at"'v rmbrodMifd ;n r.m! ucarl.- in ! i,\ '"' a Hrldnl H'i.-e (ii-:-k:n. Tin- fn'll skin ' s wh'.rh endf-;l in n rifl)?rt!rai trrtin w, 1 ^^ worn n\rr t-r n-ihne. T>ic tlut'e tiuarU-r lrr.^i)i vrl] with a linr'cr tin cape of nihtv French illiisinn Muh a hand ri-llfTl hem frll| a"nv from the Queen Anne dura r>r| e: 1 'runted f,red pt:iul". 31'ie carrieti as her britlnl : bfi'vinet n white prayer book wrap- p r ti in vM(r s.ilin and tied willi \\ h t" >ntm bu\v? 'I'hese bnws wrrr reidnn in a M-IMnp or wliile mnllnr i Pb'Td amiiiic I lie hems v/ere two P"re whiir- ovrhiil^ Kure leisstii Mve;imt-,5 nl Hie njuWe b.irXi'ti rlb- b"n in «-hirh wr I( . i.|t.d bouvurdia fell Hway In profusion from the OITllKIs Joe Sriberl srrvrrt n? best mnn wore hair arrangements •;ardenlas. innnedlalely following the recep- , (ion the couple left on a southern i wedding trip. For traveling Mrs O'Neal wore a three piece navy gabardine suit on which she Thanksgiving Tea-Dance I'etes Colillion, Guests Approximately 175 members and guests of i!,c Cotillion Club called Ihiirsday afternoon from the hours <" 5 to 9 p.,,,. at the Ten-Dance gl k - cn In compliment to the club at the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. Hosts and hostesses for tho affair were Mr. and Mrs. Tolcr Buchanan Mr and Mrs. Hermon Cnrlton, Mr. am'' Mrs. Eric whllley and Mr. and Mrs . E. Tune. Party foods were served during the evening from the main nent table which was overlaid will i white cloth and centered with a ow wooden bowl abundantly [j|ic ( ft'lth aborted fruits and nui.s. p| ac ^d nt Inlei veis down the table wore iprays of nandina berries and :rccncr.v. Also placed along the ta)!e were pumpkins holding assortct lors d'ouvres su.5penried on tln v sticks. Several out ol town guests called luring the evening. Voting [s Guest C.B.C. Club Mrs. E. c. Young of Memphis, tiouscgucsl of Mrs. R. A. Copelnnd vas with members of the. C. B. C. Club when Mrs. o. o El- klns was hostess to the group ycs- Dr. E. J. Rogers To Present Film And Lecture At Christian Church N'ltiidlnn berries decorated the rooms of the Elklns home In Die games Mrs. Copeland won ins i, Mrs. Paul Byruin second high nnd Mrs. C. S. Dowdy rooko. At the conclusion of the games refreshments were served. Delphian Members Slucly Great Britain Members of the Chicknsaw Cha tor of the Delphian Society at then nirelmg this week In Hotel Noble docided that only one meeting will be held in December, u is scheduled for December 14. The discussions at the session this IUK. i-.ncn w( ' ck ^'I'cred on Great Britain of white I *"' ' Mrs ' w » u « 0«y >n ehnrgc of Ihe program. She was assisted by Mr.s. Kendall Hens'. Mrs O W CoppetlBe, Mrs. Mutt Moiiaghan' Mrs. Ray Hall and Mrs. j am cs Pinned her bridal" orchids', Navy _ mem 501 "'" WC?rC vv ° r " '" com f" c -1 D °9 w °od HD Ctuh Elects Out-of-town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Gimn Sr Mr and MIS. John Gunn, Jr., Mr anci Mrs Tonunle Curry, Mrs. Rotfdic H..slett, Mrs. Anna Haslett Mrs Dr. E. J. Rogers, Baptist pastor and vice president of "The Society of Christian Approach," will present a lecture nnd motion pictures on life In war-torn Palestine at the First Christian Church Sunday, November 27, 7:30 p.m. During the summer, Ihe speaker traveled through Europe and the Middle East. He will discuss the problem of Palestine and present n. review of Ihc Jewish-Arab mounting tension over the last decade to the present day crisis. The film. "The Holy Land Passing Parade." Is said to be one of the most original films on Palestine today. Beginning with the Jewish refugees as they arrive in Ilalln from the D. P. camps of Europe, it features a complete story of life among both the Jews and the Arabs Irom Dan to Heersheba. Dr. Rogers will show pictures of the work ol "The Society of Christian Approach to the Jews, Inc " In Ihrir Mission Clinic In Bethlehem wllh over -10.000 cases treated free their Orphanage and Home for Blind Children, ant! work with the Refugees nnd Victims of Leprosy. K. J. Rogers Land. The Presbyterian Church in cooperation will dismiss with the usual CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joan Douglass , ....... rviuj.^ IIIIMCLl. Alls Louise Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gunn, Miss Mary Agnes Gunn, Miss Kay Milroy, Miss Jackie llaslctt of Memphis, Pete Walker of Memphis and Mrs. John Nicholson ol West Memphis. Mrs. Fannie Pollock, Charleston. Mo.. Mrs. Harold Popham. Mrs J o Jnrboe, Mrs. Grant Pi-nkes, Mrs Newton stresson, Mr. nntl Mrs B M Fowlkcs of Carulhcrsville. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fleming. Bin B hnmp- ton. N. Y., a,,d Mrs. Hugh E. Tnte McCtnnb. Miss. * * • Miss Reba Wallon Has Party for 20 Guests Miss Retu Walton of Ynrbro was Hostess to 20 guests Thursday night she entertained with a »ivlng party u t the home of Mrs. w. L. Bynum. Games were played during the evening in the entertaining which were decorated with sanlhennmis nfter wliicr ments were servctl. chry- refresh. niyti'.evlllc guests attending the party were Miss Millie jo Brimhail Mclviii cmssknn, Bobby K. Kooncc , Oiirtls Cole, and of Blythevillc. . Albert Smothers Chapter "D" Meets hi j. A. Leech Home Seventeen members of Chapter D ' ol tho PEO .sisterhood met Weil- ic.sday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. j. A. Leech with Mrs. William Ln\v.;l,c cn-hostcwi for the 10 o'clock Uimhfijn precctlinn the meeting. A l:ue doth overlaid the table :•! whi. h the KIKSI.S were seated with ilver l).,wi jin,.(f wilh miniii- t'lre yellnw fhn.-anthenHim.s ccil- I'TII::- the inble. While tapers burn"!--' :n brnnrheil ciindclnbrn were nn;i!);;r.d nn either aide of the fruit I" the b'.isine.-5 meellii!:. which »i-.--i(!,'ti over by :lie p:esl[!cnt. K. R. L-uicii.>,lilie. Mrs. W. A A.ln-k nnd Mr.s. Leech made reporUs on ilieh- rt-cenl trips abroad. Officers at Meeting The Dogwood Home Demonstration Club held its semi-monthlv -v meeting Wednesday afternoon at the Clubhouse. Hostesses to the 13 members piescut were Mrs Harrv Lutes and Mrs J. T. Hipp., Mrs. Hipp, president, presided over the meeting during- which lime new officers for the coming two years were elected. Gertrude Hollman, county for the afternnon 1 ljcrs nn<l " lc cl!lss teacher. Bill Acuff. attended. The Mrs. home Kjiest speaker Her subjects e u Dress' and "Huck Knibrotliery " The eye opener for the meeIin K were winter bouquets which were (lemnnslratca by Mrs. C. F. Michel In the election the following were selected: •president, Mrs. Bill Cable- vice-president. Mrs. C. F Mlchaet : treasurer, Mrs. Robert Scott; anri D-n-L 1 " 0 ' " 1Kt IC " ortcr ' ' Mr5 ' FI °V<i A committee consisting of Mrs U.i vis, Mrs. Jim Burks. Mrs. Cable' a id Mrs. Edward Zimmerman, were appointed by the president to super- vi C Eastwood Memorial Methodist Church of Caruthersvllle. ntith the retiring council and the new council attended the meeting. Miss Arllne Tyler, ihe parish deaconess, presided. First, the group selected the Rev Floyd Brower of the local church lo head the Installation service to be held in December at Dcerlng. Because the Rev. Brower wns unable lo attend the county meeting the first Thursday In December the meeting was changed to the second Thursday. Preceding the regular business Tiectlng. Miss Tyler led the group n prayer. The purpose of council nreting was discussed and it was decided to attend meetings "on call" ns they are needed. A routine business session was conducted and the council mem- )"s planned the budget for the oming year. Included in the bud:et are donations to the Methodist Youth Fund. Leadership Training the Arcadia Fund, and the county newspaper, Parish News. The Rev. Mr. Brower explained tsvo methods of sending overseas relief through C.H.O.P. The Installation service was planned and a good attendance at the December meeting was urged. Class Has Parly* * The members of the "Ideal Baptist Girls Sunday School Class" were entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Gale Perry with Mrs. . is. James Perry as hostess. Eight mem- after the Chrlst- clents at the University of Missouri, are .spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs Charles Dnrroh. Miss Sue Baker is visiting with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Baker. She is a sophomore at Central College In Fayette. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Williams nnd sons. Johnny and Forrester of Birmingham, .vicli.. were guests' !n the home of Mrs. Francelia Cokcr on Thanksgiving Day. Miss Jo Frances N'eeley, a student ,U Missouri University In Co- tutnb ; ii. Mo., is here for the holidays visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dirk Neelcy. Miss Barbara Shaw is spending her Thanksgiving vacation with her mother. Mrs. Dottie Shaw. Miss Shaw is attending Southeast Missouri State Teachers College in Cape Girnrdeau. Mr. and Mr.s. James Dickson of Cape Girardeau. Mo., are visiting In the homes of Bits of News -. ... their respective parents. Mr. aiid Mr.s. John Westbrook and Mr. and Mrs Max F Dlckson. Mike Cunningham, who attends Missouri University at Columbia Mo., is home for the holidays visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs Howard Cunningham. Miss Jeannlnc McGce, who Is a student at Arkansas Stntc College Jonesboro, Is spending the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs C. G. Scherer. John White, who Is n student nt the University of Arkansas, Is spending the Thanksgiving holidays here as guest of his parents, Mr nnd Mrs. Floyd A. White, Miss Pat Hays of Little Rock is visiting here as guest of Miss Luella Barnes and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Barnes. Miss Hays and Miss Barnes were students at the University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Mann nnd daughter, Lynetlc, who formerly resided at 120 Dougnn. have moved lo their new home at 2312 Kenwood Drive in David Acres. John Bruce Wilson is spending (he holidays here with his mother" Mrs. B. B. Wilson. Mr. Wilson is g student at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bubanks will spend Sunday In I.iUie Rork where t-hey will visit Mr. and Mrs. Enbanks' son. James Tucker, who Is a patient at the Crippled Children's liome. Miss Roberta Bracey and Miss Joann ''•ricchman. both students «t Mississippi Southern Col!e«e. ilat- tlesbnri; nre spending the'holidays as guest.s of (heir parents. L W. Priiyliis. who Is a student it Ihe Unlversilv of Alabama. Is snendlnir the holidays here as guest of his pnrrnts. Thin-man E. Rowlett. Jr.. is spenrl- iK Vhe holidays in Conway with lis parents, Mr. and Mrs," T F Rowlett. Bill Bracey and his houscguest Jake Baldwin of Pine Bluff, both tucfent at the University of Ark- nnsns, are visiting here as guests 3f Mr. Bracey's parents. Miss Laura Swain and Miss Jannet Sehumockcr of Omaha, Neb have returned to Washington University. St. Louis, after visiting here as guests of Miss Swain's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Goltadar. LUXORA NEWS Hy Kin. Q. o. Driver SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 194 COZY AND \VARM 8465 4-12 yrs Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Jacobs of Oak Ridge, Tcnn., Mr. and Mrs. Chares Gwoltncy and their son Char es, Jr., and daughter. Jeanettc. or Sikcston, Mo., were the Sunday visitors at the home of the Rev and Mrs. J. T. Self. M r. Jacobs Is a maintenance man in Oak RidRe where he was in the carpentry force ?« i F ,,"' e constl '"ctlon days In World War II. Mrs. awaltncy is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs. Coming Events Social Calendar Manilay Mrs. w. B. Mayo hostess to Ixmo Onk Home Demonstration Olub Lake Street WSCS meets at Church at 2:30 p.m. Baptist Circle meet-Circle One Mrs. Elva Poc. Circle Two. Mrs. Shelburiie Brewer, circle three Mrs. O. V. Daws, Circle Four Mrs T H Hnynes, Circle Five, Mrs E c' Brown, with Mrs. Ncy Hunt co-hos- Business meeting O f the Women 1 Council Church hostess. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nolen Wilton of life. of the First, Christian with M rs . AilH , n Trivk|) . Tuesday " C " tcrtaincd bv M «- & >c Mrs. K. M. 'ferry. Jr., compliments i ri-1 own with luncheon. Club Eight meets with Mrs Graham Sudbury. High School study course at Home Ed. Cottage at -r:45 with Mrs o E Qucllmalz leader. \Vedncsdav * I V S - Ba!;cr Wilson entertains Wednesday Club. Town and Country club meeU with Mrs. P. D. Foster. Thursday Mrs. w. J. Cupples hostess to \vn!on Bunco. Thursday Contract meets witii firs. E. Borum. Mrs. Leon Scherer hostess to rhursday Rook. Mid-week Club mets with Mrs J A. Leech. Mrs. Jack Henry with Mr.s. 8407 1-6 yr,. , By Sue Burnett The younger girls of the family will be war,,, as loast „,, * ni either of (he two styles of malitwear illustrated. At top, coat :;±J" ja /" ils «•"» "»'B or short Tern,., is- Willow Springs, Mo., will leave Sunday for their home after spending several days here as guests of Mrs. Wyatt Henley. Mrs. H. C. FIniTlson of Dallas. Texas, left today for Mariannn after visiting here as guests of Mr and Mrs. W. o. Anderson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Anderson had as their guests Wednesday and Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson nnd son. Harold. Jr., of Mnrinnnn. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logan will spend the weekend in Little Rock where Mi. Logan will attend an Oil Dealers convention. Condition of Mrs. Bill Brode who rid'nK^few' rTavi"wi}h'i H " vP1 '.? 1 r w - ! ' cre she underwent an- Mr g ...dV^pC , B . p a£ my scvcr; " d ' w ™ * Mr. and Mrs. Jamcs A. Perry nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Speedy Watson spent ' Sunday In Bnndann. K.v, visiting club Cleanup ami decoration of Duilding for the county council meeting. A menu i -"••"••«*.> in unjiu;mn Airs, j ivfth relatives. They wore iu'com- "ui mm i, aiirllut'Mf i hf* PvoniMfr • - ' *•' *-«'iii- was spent in games. T £ 1™t^ i S ^ E " 1U ? ^ernalhy, who re„- i . . r , _ .»"..i.i turned nnmr> tn ninrin nn ,,*•__ . s served refreshments of sandwiches and hot chocolate. , turned home lo Bandana after brief visit here. Howard King, a student at MLs- iiss-ppi Stale College nt Starkville Miss., is visiting his parents and 'iher relatives this week end. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roland Barnc.s and j children and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mrs. W. Barnett and family attended a | birthday dinner given in Porlane- T.ocals MIFS Helen Coker. a student at Southwestern College in Memphis, was home for the Thanksgiving holidays visiting her mother, F r C ^, tr3 t'spending the ho,,- I V^'MO T^kVMrs°H^ days with his mnther, Mrs. Lenore l.awson " y M ' Muir. nnd other relatives. He Is Steele-Cooter Hy Frankie Ashcraft Nu Phi Mil sorority. Friday Mrs. R. A. Copeland iuistcss lo C B. C. Club Friday Contract mets with Mrs Harmon Taylor Pattern No. sills Is a scw-rito perforated pattern for sizes 4, 6 B 10 and 12 years. Size B. long sleeve' J'^ yards of 36 or 39-inch P.niern No. 8407 comes in sizes 1 <!. 3. 4, -J and 0 years. Size 2 W yards tif 35-inch. ' - F ,°.^, l ^ SC 1)llterils . send 25 cents , in COLNS. for BACH patcrn order[ ed. your name, address size des- ned. and the PATTERN NUMBER l lo Sue Burnett. Courier News, 530 i Koulli Wells Street. Chicago V III Don't miss the new FASHION^ Tlie Fall and Winter Issue will de* light you with its up-to-the-minuta easy to make frocks for all the family. Free gitl pattern printed inside 'he book. 25 cents, Eastern Star Elects Officers at Meeting Mrs. Ed Cook was elected Worthy Matron of the Eastern Star in an election held Tucsduv night nt the Masonic Hall. Other officers elected were W c Colston; Worthy Patron, iMrs. T. j! ° ?itc Mrs. Y/heelsr Elected Yarbro HD President Mrs. Eiza Wheeler was elected prcstdciuUn the Ynrbro Home Dcm- onsti-«tim\ Club in a meeting held recently at the home ol Mrs. Milton Bunch. Three visitors. Mr.s. Henry Young, i * •"xi • . :< W'."»' <jcorge Mrs. T. \ KiuiiJce - i,? M ±^r^;. M "-.. j .: ^* werf;*~ t - , c .and Mrs. -W. T. D- Smith, secretary. *-*• v.nitJLu, set IK i a ] y Airs CT n c TI Eberdt. treasurer. Mrs w C Col meeting was opened with the ston. r-nn»h,^i,n., „...', ,;„_„." ? ro »P singing "America" followed hv ston, conductress, and Mrs. Horn, Associate Conductress. Other officers will be appointed by the Worthy Matron. The WMU of the Cooler Baptist Church met Monday allcrnonn al the Church with 10 members present and one visitor, Mrs. Dennis, ' . . law student at the University of Missouri. Miss Hosamond Black, a student committee at Central College nt Fnyette. Mo.. n- •- vuJiuiiiiiee i ~«-»utii \^uiii:k;£ nt riiyetie iVIO consisting of Mrs. Charlie Lutes, I arrived home Wednesday (o spend' " "- —•« J. vjii^ii in; UUICS Mrs. Harry Lutes, Mrs. Michael, and .Mrs. ht-ott was also appointed Following the adjournment re- ircshtiients were served by the host- At The Hospitals Itlythcrlllc Hospital Dismissed: Qiilncy Alexander. City Jimmy Johnson. City Jack Dunn, City. Mrs. Vernon Marr. city. Sylvia Hopper, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Comclendt Mendnzn. Rt 3 Orti.iz Salvador. Victoria. Mrs. Porter Flmvers. Hrrmondale M.iby Flowers. Ilcrmondalc. R fc-*- days with her parents, Mr who became a new member during the afternoon. Mrs. Mollie Gossett led the op- eniiiEc prayer. The study lesson was, "Christ., [he Answer to Moslem Lands." Tlie Rev. Edward Cooker led the closing prayer. The group will meet Dec. 5 for Ralph Wayne Walker, seaman ! n 1):e LoU| e Moon program and week /If* Ullllort Rf -> t nc \T«,,,, „ i_ ,. 'Of ni'n Vfr Receives Citation ayne aer, seaman !n the United Stales Navy and a native i ol of Osccola. has received Don't Forget- Buffet Supper 5-8 P.M. Sunday, Nov. 27 HOTEL NOBLE Conlimintis -Shows Hox {>rrk-c Opens 1 MS Show .Slnrls 2:()(l 10:01) a.m. k': t A p.m. 4:30 ,,.„, I.ISTliN TO Kl.ll.V Ssiiurilay Nighttime in Nevada . fl Serial "Wild fun nir .mil Shnrl Conl. .Slum-Ing Sal. IZ:,10-ll:30 and Mrs. Black. M'ss KIlis Hayden. who is nt- tentling Southeast Mi.ssourl Stale : TaTrieel "7 "'"."I 1 "" Teachers College nt Cape Girnr- crt Sin '"^ H V tienu. Mo., Is visiting her parents. I ' ' " S nUilcr Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hayden. Mr. and Mrs. Karl HiulBcns and Miss Jonn Douglass were In Slnrk- ville, Miss., today to see (he. Mississippi Stnte-Ole M'ss footbnll frame. Miss DoiiElnss will also attend the "M" Club Formal Ball and lhe Alpha Tan Omega dance Saturday evening. Mr. nnri Mr^ Hudgen's son. Bob. is a student al Mississippi Ctntc College In staik- ville. Mr.s. Addle Rice of Springfield Mo., is a guest in the home of her -son nnd dauzhlcr-in-law Mr and Mrs. Wllby Rlct-. She will remain a "well " Ca '" the Mcrt '- Our Crowds Compel © Two Morning Services • at the CHURCH OF CHRIST Mam & 61 Highway EAU1.Y RKKVICR . ; miU.K STUDY SKCONI) '" Where Christ and Christians Meet SERMON SERMON Sunday Morning 'Modern Pictures in Ancient Settings" • Sunday Night 7:30 "Little Foxes" RADIO PROGRAM H. F. Sharp, Evangelist KLCN Sunday 2:30 Sunday and Monday Pnrnmount Ncws & Rclcclcd Shorls Conliiiuous Slunving Sunday 1:15-11:00 Church of Christ Has Social at Woman's Club Approximately (58 members ot the Church of Christ met last nijrhl at the woman's Club for Ihe monthly social and politick supper. Pro-ceding the evening games, supper was served from Jong tables overlaid with fiesta cloths. Multi-colored balloons were presented the young guests who at- tendeil with the evening being informally spent. Evangelist H. F. Sharp Is minister of the church. COSTS Ideal FINE GRAIN-PANCHROMATIC for SIZES: 127*120-620'116-616 All FILM GUARANTEED Woods Drug Store 221 West Main jroup singing "America" followed by he reading of the looth Psalm by Mr.s. Dave Abbott. In the business mectins? presided over by Mr.s. Spencer Bunch new officers were elected. President, Mrs. Wheeler; vice-president, Mrs. Walter Barnes; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Neta Bunch; and reporter, Mrs. Paul Abtiott. Mrs. Gertrude Hollman. home demonstration agent, presented the eye opener which was crystal Christmas trees and wreaths. A Christmas party will be giveut- hy the group Dec. 20 at the home otf Mr.s. Efea Wheeler. Show starts 7:00 nnx on'ii'c Opens 5:4S Hargain Night Kvcry Mjht Kxcciit Saturday \o passes honored on Sunday at The UOX1' Sal unlay ^ Law of the West with Jolinnj Jlark Ilrnwn Serial: ".lames llrnthers" No. ! and Short Conl. Shnithif Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & M:WS tont. Showing Sun. 1:^0-11:00

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