The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 13, 1948
Page 4
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COURIER KBW8 1TW8PAT, / tS, Phone 4461 Miw Whistle Engaged To Merrill J. Osborne Mr- and Mr*. Wti»y A. WhUtlt If Rowland,' to<J«r »nnounc« th« •nf fcgwnf nt uid approaching mar- fiaii of Uwlr daughter, MU» Helen OniU Whittle to Merrill J. Ortorne, Km or Mr. and Mn. B. 8. O»Wn« H Manila, plan* for th« wedding will be •s>l«nnlz*d, Sunday, June 13. will W innounced &J. a later date. Miss Whistle wa« graduated from pell High' School and attended Ar- ttna&s St>U Teachers College, Conway, for two years.- She Us now attending the University of "Arkansas, Fsyettevllle, where she Is a member of lh« Delta Gamma sorority. Mr. Osborn* was graduated from Hi* University of Arkansns In June. Re la a member of Ihe Phi Kappa Alpha joclil fraternity. • • '• , * Presbyterian Women Meet In Circles For Program The Women's Auxiliary at the Urit Presbyterian Church met In circle groups yesterday with "The Origin and Development of the Bible," as the subject of the pro- trains. Circlt One met at th« home of Mra. R. L. Banister with 1* member* ind one visitor. Mrs. t,. S. Hart- »og, preaent. Mrs. Znl B. Harrison' was the program leader, assisted by Mrs. C. M. Gray. Mrs. J. E. Beasley presided during a short business aesslon. Mrs. Ross Stevens was hostess to members of Circle Two with 15 .members present. Mrs. Kermon Carlton.WM In charge of the program, after which ' a short business meeting was held with Mrs. O. W. Dlllahuntj 1 a> chairuutn. . Circto Three met at' the home of Mr«. William Yovmg with 1* members attending. Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd, assisted by Mrs. F. W. Whlt- Engagement Is Announced Methodist Youth Officers Installed At Wilson Meet Recital To Be Presented By Fowlston Music Pupil* Mis* Rulh S«ay wan Installed as Piano and vole* puplU of the president of the Uiululppl County Sub-District of Methodist Youth Fellowship, when the group met list night »t th« Wilson Methodist Church. OlheFofflCf rn installed were Btev« Ralph of Osceola, vice-president; June Sheeny of WhIUon, secretary; CJcorgU Anabel, of Oceola, treu- uror mid Ruth Abbott of Wilson, reporter. Tli« Rev. Charles Lewis of Luxora, director of district youth work, »erved as installing officer. Fowlston School ol Music, will present a recital tonliht, 7:JO, In th« high tchool i auditorium. Junt Roberta of Osceola will be a guest on the program. Th« following students will par- tlclpaU on lh» progrim; Martha Ellen WlWanu, Marvin Zellner, Patsy Caldwell, Laneal fiudbury, Pat Partlow, Dora Bernlce Wylle, Kelly Jones, Tom Holder, Deiores Weaver, Mary Spence, Martha nroolcs, Dorothy Powell, Palsy Pop«, The Wilson group was in charge ! Caro1 Ann Holt ' K ** Jobe - Slle of th« program and they presented I ' 1obe ' Marilyn Jonw, Whlt-Mtt, film entitled "The Calling of ! Nan ' Miller, Deiores Adams, Earl Matthew." The new president pre- ' Coppedge, Oliver Coppedge, Judy sided over the business m/etlng and! Cohoon ' ftl ~^ Chltwood. Winifred to ! Miss Helm whistle's engagement to Men-Ill J. Osborne, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Osborne. Is announced today by her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Wilsy A. Whistle of Roselanrt. "Bring A Dish Luncheon" Mrs. Young acted as chairman dur- i Given Al Woman's Clllb ing the business meeting. Mrs. B. C. Bailey was hostess last> Mcmbersx of the Woman's 'Club night to 18 members of circle Four I honored 15 members with a "Brine and one visitor, Mrs. L. 6. Hnrtzog. i a Dish Luncheon" at the clubhouse • t her home. Mrs. J. B. Fisher was Friday. Those In chnrco of nri-auee- co -host* s*. in charge Mrs. S. E. Carter of the h program. "The mcnU were Mrs. Homer Wilson. Mrs. L. H. Moore, Mrs. Lloyd ? - i Christian Home In a Changing Wl..^..^.., ,v,, a . j. n . ^orld" from the study book, "The ! J. L. Nabcrs nnd Mrs. Christian Home Today." . Mrs. J.- C. ston. Walsh was In cliarge of the business Luncheon ivas served at three aesston Following the program a i large tables, each centered with a Baplist Circles Meet In Homes For Program The Women's Mlsstnnar Union of the First Baptist Church met. In circle groups yesterday. Circle One met nt the home ol Mis. E. L. Ilnle with 13 members present. Mrs. W. M. Williams cave W. S, John-jMrs. Kclu i ft u Berry. Mrs. B. P. Hardin was hostess to the banner 1m excellence went the Osceola group. Refreshment* were nerved following the buslr/ meeting. • • • Women's Council Mce,ts At Christian Church The Women's Council ol th« First Christian church met In circle groups yesterday at 2:30 p.m. The Faith Group met at the home ol Mrs. Walter stiles with five members attending. Mrs. James Terry was In charge of the worship i period and the business session. I Mrs. Freeman Robinson was hostess at, her home to members i,f the Hope Group, with 10 members present. The devotional was given by Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. Ben I Hni-pole led the study program, Bur- I ing the business meeting it wns decided that the group would serve supper to the Laymen's League. , which will meet at the church Thursday night. . The Love Group met with Mrs. Clint Anderson with. 13 members attending. Mrs. J. C. Lowe was Li charge of the study period, assisted | by Mrs, R. c. Hose. Mrs, C. G. Weed- i man, Mrs. Lester strubhnr and Mrs. | Lewis. Rclvcshmcnts were served at each meeting. { Program Meeting Held By \V. S. C. S. At Church' The Women's Society of Christian Service of th« First Methodist Pat Hay, and Nancy Hamilton. SUe McGe * Bits of News Mtmphian to Present fttcito/ on April 20 Jam*« By«rly, pupil of Neumon Ltlfhton, at the Memphi* Collate of Muale, vlU b* prcHnUd In a recital at the ooodwjm Institute In Memphis, April W. Mr. Byerly, tenor, will b» accompanied by Clifford Tucker, who is »tudylnr with Mayron My«n at the Memphla oolle»e of Mu»le, •nd who won the 11000 acholanhlp awarded by th« Memphla and Mid- South Scholarthlp AwocJatlon. Proc«ed« from the concert will b« u»*d In establishing a vole* scholarship at the Memphl. Oollwe of Music, and U being prewnted under th* mtnagement of Martha W. Angler. Circle Mtitings Htld By Baptitt W. M. U. OSCBOLA. Ark., Apr. II _ The Women'* Mlsjionary Union of the First Baptist Church met In circle group* yesterday. Circle One met at tht home of Mrs. Frank Williams with Mr*. Nora Borum aa co-ho«tess. Twenty members attended the meeting at which Mrs. w. p. Hale wa» program chairman and in charge of .the business session. Mr«. D. H. Blaclcwood led the program and she was assisted by Coming Events Social Calendar MtthodUt Mllowthlp xppw for Mnlon ami p*opl« at 1:00 M*mb*r* of the «u(«m Mar will at UM Hall at 1:00 p. m. tot a tpccltl procram. Th» City Council of Par*nt Taa- chen Association will meet at th« homt of Mn. L. I. Bik«r at 4:00 p. n. Sudbury r. T. A. will hav« "Fi- thcri Night" at thi tchool at t o'clock prec««d«d bj a board m«t- in» at 7:». Chapter D, P.E.O., maetlnf at tht homt of Mn. E. B. GM for a on» o'clock luncheon. Avalon Bunco Olub being «nt.w- t lined at tht homt of 5tr§. Paul! Mahon. > B. H. I. M. Club meeting at tht homt of Mn. o«ori« Oallbc Jr. At The Hospital* Wall* Hocpltal Dlsminxd: Jettit Ethddff, Manila- Eddie rrazarr, Bnrdtlle. Mrs. Homer Pisher. cliy. . Gent Trltchler, city. Joan McCalla, Armbrel. MM. Pruitt Harrison, city. Zadle Malln, Dell. Civic Calendar Sterling Mrs. I. S. Burton, Mn. Bandy and Mrs. Hale. Circle TWO met at the church with 22 members present. Mrs. R. J. Gillejple was In charge of ths program «d the devotional was given by Mrs. Searcy Mears. Others Inking part on the program were Mrs, A. E. Thorn and Mrs. J .J. Robert*. A social hour followed each meeting. - members of Circle Two 12 .urprise kitchen ahowerJwa. given bouquet ol glado.i In paste! shades.' K^V^8!CTC,«^no*al» «™ for Mrs Walsh. white stock and. white spiraea. ,L^":^;^f.^t^".ch"rlm Th« Business Women's Circle met •t the home of .Mrs. Ebb Spradley white stock and. white spiraea, Violets In small copper pots were: Placed at Intervals, the length of devotional and b " " last night with IS members and I th « tables. Mrs. B. A. Bxigt; was In' thr»e visitors, Mrs. C.M. Gray, Mrs. ~' H T Kidd and Mra.^Hershall Carter, present ; Mr». E. B. Thomas presided during the business session •nd Mrs..Gray w»» In charge of the pr6tT»m. Refreshment* were served at each meeting. . . , Circle Three mot at the home ol Mrs. Tom Jackson with 11 members Mrs. H. H. Brook and Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer gave the prayers and the devotional was given I Gleaners Class Meets At Lloyd Stickmon Home Mrs. Murray Smart and Mrs. tJoyd Stickmon were hostesses las', night at the Stickmon home on W. Walnut, to members of the Glean•i-s Class ol the First Baptist Church •with 23 members and two guests, ifcs. shelburne Brewer and Mrs. Farmer England, present. Opening prayer wns given by Mrs. Walter Bishop, who Is the teacher «* the class. Mrs. Alvin Huffman Mountain Climber." Miss Delia Purtle, class president, presided during the business session, »t which time reports from the ol- :icers and group captains were heard. • Closing prayer was given t>y Mrs. Hays Sullivan. During the social hour, Mrs. England gave a review of Oscnr Wilde's play. "Lady Wlndemercs Fan". Vases of mixed Spring flowers were attractively arranged in the entertaining rooms of the home. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. » * • Miss Rogers Is Hostess To G. E. 0. Club, Guest hostess at charge of the decorations of Ihe n ,, n ,,,n,,<, clubhouse. The hand-painted rftv-j nltcmlln Sors with the program written on> the back were marie by Mrs, George Bnrham. . . | Following Ihe Introduction of the BUesUs, Mrs. Johnston cave a re- .„ , • . port of the Forrest Cily Dist-lct of 10 nrescnl - «'™>'«-s were given by Woman', club Convention /hewi Mra ' ^""^ ^'T T* r , M "' March 24 at itnundcn Ark ' Jlm CraJton. Mrs. Alvin Huffman Mrs. c. A. Tant was In charge of' Jr ' gru ' fi lhc rtc ™ tlo » n >- lirogram on "Art." Those who the Mrs. Elva Poc was hostess to Cir- partlclpntcd on It were Mrs Rouse cle t ' ivR wlth 12 mcmt)crs Present. Harp and Mrs. R. C. Allen." ' Pra s' ci 's »'«'« given by Mrs. J. W. Before the business session, presided over by Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer, president, the chib presented Miss Camille Robinson, bride-elect of John Wiley Jones ol Puragould, a But. fr were by Mrs. Ous Eberdt nnd Mrs. Buford Young, after which the following commit-! tee, composed of Mrs. j e5 s c M I select a gin to attend Girls state »t Camp Hoblnson In Little Itock June 5 to (he 12 fro Mrs. Johnson Hostess To Baptist Y. W. A. Mrs. C. K, Johnson was hostess last, night nt her home to members of (he Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Bnpllst Church with twelve members prescnl. During Hie business mcetin K n ld and new business wns'discussed nnrt ailss Ehsc Lewis was nnnrontrrl to replace Miss Nclla Simpson as sec- Miss Lewis guve the last, tw, Miss Ila Rogers was nu;>ie:.v> nt , . • ""• '"-^ the W. c. Higginson home last i "I" 1 !' s of tnp mission study book night. i 0 members of the G. E O I Amaz " 1 B Grace", which WAS fol- Bridge Club ti-ether with one I °; vc(i b >' a tosl. on (lie bwifc. Sncc- Mrs. W. H. oT?eefe. | \"J,J r ? I J' CM , w "' c lcrt by Mlss n\}Hc During the evening when bridge """ ' games were played, prizes were won by Mrs. OKeefe, high and Mrs. T. H. Carawoy. bridgo. Entertaining rooms of the home Portlock, Mrs. S. M. Hood and Mrs. H. A. Cockrnll. Mrs. G. V. Daws gave the devotional. Circle Six met nl the horns ol Mrs. W. W. Watson with 12 members attending. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw and Mrs. Don Haley gnve the prny- ers nnd Mrs. Harry Bogan the dev- otlraml. Refreshments were served at each meeting. Mr. »nd Mrs. J, A. Bryant aptnt the weekend In Newbuin, Tenn., where they visited Iriends. Dr. and Mrs. Franlc Luckett and daughters, Nancy and Lanelle ol Helena, Ark., spent the weekend with Dr. Luckett's mother, Mrs. J. A. Luckett and his sister, Miss Neal Luckett of Dell. Mrs. J. W. Strickland and children, Jimmy, Sara and Jerry, spent Sunday in Jonesboro as guests ol Mrs. Strickland's mother, Mrs. Ida Anderson. Catherine Ann Tomlinson is the name given to the daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Tomlinson. Apr. | del1 . Mo., last night, where he was 8. in the Blytheville Hospital. She ~"' ' " ' Is Ihelr fourth child. Meyer Graber spent yesterday In Memphis on business. Mrs. Donald Rogers and children, left Sunday night lor Taylorville. 111., alter spending two weeks here with Mrs. Rogers' mother. Mrs, J. E. Lunsford. Ralph Kennon Is 111 at his home on 100 W. Kentucky. Mrs. Eunice Young spent the weekend in Newbuni, Tenn., with her mother, Mrs. Kittle Lancaster. Gerald Blomeyer, student at Mis- American Legion— «:00 p.m. City Council— «:oo p.m, Wednesday Ktwanai Club— U:IO p.m. Sudbury PTA Executive Board— 2:30 pm. Followed by PTA— J:00 p.m. T sissippi State In Starkville, was the 3hurch met yesterday nlieniuan nt i weekend guest of his parents, Mr. the church for their program on the ' and Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer. subject ol "The Rural church". Conriilton or' Mrs. Ted England, Mrs. L. E. Baker was program I who underwent a major operation chairman and the devotional was! at Blytheville Hospital yesterday, Is given by Mrs. J. E. Stevenson on the! satisfactory. subject of "That Thy Way M*y Be 'Mrs. Harry Berkson of Kansas Known Upon Earth". J City, Mo., was the weekend guest The Junior High School music j of her brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Philip department under the direction ol Applebaurn and Mr. and Mrs. Louts Rotary Mrs. Lanler Reid presented three numbers including "Church In The Wildwood", "Tile Voice In The Ole Villnr,e Choir" and "Fnith of Our Fathers." Gus Eberdt gave » talk to the group on "Rural Churches" Guests attending Included Mrs D. r. Wilson of Momence, HI and Mrs. W. W. .Aikenhead of Little ROCk. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. L». E. Baker, Mrs. Byron Moore, Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Mrs. J. L. Verhooff. Mrs. W. R. Campbell, Mrs. Toby Long. Mrs. Loy Welch. Mrs. George Lee, Mrs. C. S. Stevens Sr.. Mrs Colcman Stevens Jr., Mrs. Carllon Smith, Mrs. S. C. Owen and Mrs. John Smotherman. Mrs. Brewer Is Hostess To Intermediate Girls The Intermediate Girls Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met Monday »l the home of Mrs! Shel- mirne Brewer with eight members and one visitor, Mrs. Ebb Carson present. New members In the auxiliary ar« Melba Lee Hill, Elolsc Golden and Sondra Lunstovd. Beverly Jones, president, presided during a brief business session Work was done on the "forward following the various re- Applebaum. George W. Barham was In War- princlpai speaker at th Club meeting. Miss Celestla. swank i s spending her vacation in Poplar Bluff, Mo., as guest of her mother. Dr. H. C. Curtis, of Little Rock, director of the Tuberculosis Control Division of the State Boari of Health, was visiting in the Mississippi County Health Unit in Bly- thevllle yesterdaj'. Mr. and Mrs. John Ddvls or Cap* Girardeau, Mo., were the weekend guests of her brother, E. F. Blomeyer und Mrs. Blomeyer. Mrs. Pearl AllbHtton of Pailucah, Ky., arrived yesterday' for a visit with her niece, Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mr. Leech. Mrs. P. A. Lasley of'Little Rock arrived today to spend several days here with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Houchins and other friends. Mrs. D. F. Wilson of Momence, III., and Mrs. W. W. Aikenhead-of Little Rock are the guests of their niece and nephew, Mrs. Cal Gossett and Giis Eberdt and families. Osceo/o N»WJ Mrj R. L. Maxwell u seriously ill at the Methodiat Hospital In Memphis. Mrs. Mary Clay Hughey and Mr«. Sue H. Lovtiwell visited their daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. J. Lan Williams and family In Jonesboro last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Naming and Mrs. Pearl Conway were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Browning In Wynne, Ark. MM. Charles Murphy and children are guests a! her .lister. Mr.=. Elliott Sartain and Mrs. Sartain this week. " Mrs. Louise Conway Buchanan spent the weekend in Memphis. Oeorge Jlorlda and S. L. Gladisn are in Kansas City, Mo., on business. Joe Cromer and the Rev. L. T. i Lawrence are in Jonesboro today' attending the Presbytery at the First I Presbyterian Church there. They will return home tomorrow night. Box Office Opens 6:JO Show SUrti fi:45 Opens Sunday 1:00: SfarU 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Nisht Every Nijht Kxcept Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatru Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE ANNOUNCEMENT Burdette School Parent-Teacher Association wilj meet at the school at 7:30 p.m. Thursday night for a Father's and Mother's meeting and program. The Well Child Clinic for colored I children will be. held Wednesday afternoon from 2 until < o'clock »t the County Health Unit. Ladies of I the First Presbyterian Church will I be in charge. • ' The: hoslf.w served R desert course with iced drinks. Lake Street W. S. C. S. Meets At Don Lulz. Home Mrs, Don l.ntz and Mrs. Billy King were hostesses yesterday af- „ ternoon. when they entertained 1 ste l' 5 i members of ihe Women's Society 1 P° rt - s - ol Christian Service of the Lake' During the social Street Mcthortlsl Church, «l the; mrnls wcre served. home ol Mrs. Lufz. | Mrs. H. II. Blcvins WRS ]ri charge ; of llw program on the subject nl "The Rural Church." Mrs. Blc.vlns pnve the nponing prayer and Mrs. Gnoi-jtc shanks give the scripture rending taken from Psnlms, Others u-ho participated on the prosram wore Mrs. George Skellon. Mrs. Grorsc StiUvell. Mrs. Joe Strickland, Mrs. A. M. Van Winkle ami Mrs. ivcrson .Morris. Mrs. stikvel] presided over the business wrotni}: nnd prayers wore Rlvrn by M'-s. r-. T. Slln'mlin and Mrs. w. I... Green. ^ Tlie hostp:;., v 3 served refreshments following the fleeting. | hour, refresh- GIRLS!! after entering WOMANHOOD Arc you troubled by distress of te- niflle ruuctLoiinl monthly disturbances? 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