PAGE FOUR RT.YTHEVTLLK ( ATtK.) COUNTER 'NEWS TOBSBAT, 'APRIL T, 19M ocie Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phons ,4461 Mrs. J. M. White Hostess,to Board Members of the executive board of "the Women of the Presbyterian Church met in the home of Mrs. Jesse M. White yesterday with 22 attending. . "'The officers training class was under the direction of Mrs. B. W. Burkett of Bassett. Mrs. G. W. DI1- lahunty gave a devotional from St. Mark. Following luncheon. Mrs. White presided over the business, In which ., officers gave their reports. Mys. C. ' M. Gray, president of the Blytheville Council of Church Women, called attention to the May Fellowship Day to be held at the First Methodist Church May 1. Benefit Card Party To Be Held More than 70 reservations have been made for the bridge and canasta party at the Country Club tonight, according to Mrs. C. C. Councille, chairman of the crippled children's benefit to be sponsored by the Country Club Duplicate bridge league. Although reservations were closed last night, Mrs. Councille said tickets will be sold at the door. The league Is holding the benefit party In order-to aid the crippled children's fund as part of the current Easter Seal drive. Admission is $1, with the party to begin at 7:30. Refreshments will be served by the league and table prizes given. Yarbro WSCS Has Meeting Mrs. Ellis Wheeler was hostess to Ihembere of the Yarbro Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church, last night at her home with 19 members and one guest. Miss Lorene Baker 1 attended. •^."Wonderful Words," was the opening song, after which Mrs. W. D. Hammond gave the devotional, and offered prayer, with the group joining her in repeating the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Carl Burton gave the first Bits of News ffloitlu f^erional John Wilks, student at University of Mississippi, Oxford, was recently elected president of the Alpha Epsl- lon Delta, national pre-medical honor society there. He returned to school today after visiting his mother, Mrs. Grace Wilks, during the week end. Mrs. J. W. Purtle and son, Robert, had as their week end guests Miss Delia Purtle of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Purtle, Jr., and family of Helena, and Mr. and Mrs. Punk Willis of BIytheville. Edward Lee Pipkin returned to Washington University in St. Louis today after spending the week end with his mother, Mrs. A. J. Pipkin, and his sister, Mrs. Doris Phillips. Capt. and Mrs. L. C. Posey, Jr., of Sumter, S. C., where Capt Posey was stationed at Shaw Air Force Base, are visiting Mr. and Mrs, L. C. Posey, Sr. Capt. Posey, who was promoted Saturday, will be sent to Japan at the end of his 30-day furlough. Mrs. P. J. Lauman and children, Jimmy and Maud, of Bristol, Va., arrived yesterday for a brie! visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modinger, Sr.. and family. Mrs. Modlnger met them in Memphis. Mrs. L. M. Burnett and daughter, Mrs. Alfred Williams, and son, Allen, returned from Kansas City, Mo., yesterday. They visited their son and brother, Joe Barnett and Mrs. Barnetfr. E. A. Craig BSP Business Meeting Is Held Memblers of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi were entertained last night at the Razor, back, with Miss Polly Stewart, hos. tess. Party foods were served, and a business session was conducted li which final plans were made foi the Woman of the Year Tea. A nominating committee, composed of Mrs. Marlon McCaskill, Mrs Joe McHaney and Miss Vera Goodrich, was appointed. Plans were made for the Apr. 19 talent show hwich is to be taken to Kennedy Veterans Hospital. of New Orleans is three chapters of a new mission book "Toward Understanding the Bible." Following a brief business session, a social hour was held and refreshments served by the hostess. 18 WSCS Members Meet at Church •Eighteen members and one new member, 'Mrs. Leon Scherer,. of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church held a weekly meeting at the church last night. Mrs. C. T. Shamlln gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Cecil Lusk presided in the business session, when officers gave reports. Preceding the presentation of a life membership to Mrs. Joe Strickland by Mrs. C. M. Baxter, Mrs. Nettie Green Thomas gave the worship service. The program, which was in play- let form, was given by Mrs. Allen Van Winkle, Mrs. .George Shanks, Mrs. Don Lutz and Mrs. Lusk. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Baxter and Mrs. L. E. Gay and Mrs. Thomas served refreshments. News In Date Wear spending several days In BIytheville visiting friends and relatives. Charles McDanlel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. McDanlel of BIy- theville, and a student at Northwestern University at Evanston, HI. sailed today, accompanied by Harold Ernst of Chicago, for a tour In Europe. They will visit Switzerland Austria, Germany, Prance, Spain and England. They will attend the coronation In England, and will be in Italy for the opera season. They plan to return in June'. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alford have as their houseguests, Mrs. Alford sister, Mrs. Dana Gipson of St. Louis and Mrs. Georgia Gipson of Denver, Colo. Mrs. Georgia Glpson wll: leave tomorrow for Hot Springs, and Mrs. Dana Olpson will be joined here this week end by Mr. Gipson, who Is spending this week In New York on business. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch havt returned from Drew, Miss., where they wore called because of the death of Mr. Welch's brother, O. N. Welch. Mrs. Estelle Anthony and Mrs. Frances Kane of Chicago were the Easter week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee. They arrived early last week and accompanied Mrs. Lee to the Natclm pilgrimage and throug^i Bolllngrath Gardens in Mobile. Before they returned, they \verc honored with n dinner party at the Country Club given by Mrs, Lanier Reid. Jimmy Culbertson has returned to Mississippi Southern College. Hal- tlesburg, after visiting his mother, Mrs. Culbfirtson, and his aunt, Mrs. Carrie Grlmmett, during the week end. His week end guest was Don Kruger. also a student at Mississippi Southern. Parish House Is ! Scene of Meet ing Members of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church met at the parish house last night for a meeting presided over by Mrs. Louis P. Hubener, president. Mrs. LeRoy Huddleaton devotional chairman, opened the meeting with prycr, after which the business was conducted. Refreshments were served to the guests from a tea table which was decorated with Easter lilies. The Aztec Indians used cacno beans, from .which chocolate is processed, as money long before Columbus discovered America. Program Given By Methodists Forty members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met nt the church yesterday for a recognition day program. Mrs. Blan Heath gave the devotional and Mrs. E. A. Nelson was the program leader. Mrs. Roy Bagley spoke .briefly on the place of children in society and presented an honorary baby membership. Mrs. George Pyles presented Mrs. W. H. Wyatt with a lifetime membership. In the business session, Mrs. Bagiey and Mrs. Mavis Settlemire were elected delegates to the conference to be held here this month. In the social hour, which was In the fellowship room, Mrs. Wyatt presided at the table, which was decorated with a large bowl of tulips in many shades. ANYTHING GOFS - Proving that a woman will put anything on her head, Pat Penan of San Francisco shows off her zany spring hat. It consists of a colander, a pie pan, a cocktail glass and other bar accessories. Coming Events Tuesday Sudbury PTA has Father's night meeting at 7:30 p.m., preceded by executive board meeting at 7:15. Calvary Baptist Circles Three and Four of Business Women's Circles meat at the church at 7:30 p. in - Rainbow Girls have 7 p.m. meeting at Masonic Hall Wednesday Mrs. J. C. Ellis is hostess to mem- jers of the Town and Country Club. Dcltonian Chapter of Delphian Society has meeting at 10 a.m. at Hotel Noble. ' Mrs. Lewis Henderson is hostess ,o members of the CIB Club. Chapter "D" of PEO has 1 p.m. uncheon with Mrs. W. I. Denton at the Arkansas Chop Suey Cottage. Yarbro PTA has 2:30 pm. meet- ng with 2:15 executive board meet- ng. Thursday Club 28 has spring dance at Hotel •^oble beginning at 9 p.m. Mr. and Katie Hatton YWA Conducts Meeting Members of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of th First Baptist Church, met at the home or Mrs J. T. Westbrook, counselor, last night for business am program Miss Millie Ann Mallory con' ducted the business, and Miss Lou. nell Overman made reports. Mis* Cliffle Overman gave the opening prayer, following the repeating of the watchword. Miss Mickte Allen gave the pro crum, after which she dismissed the group with prayer. Refreshments were served following the rr.eeting. At the Hospitals niythcville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Otto Bradberry, Manila. Mrs. Jack Neal, Cooler. Mrs. Virgie Smith, city. Jim Robinson, Armorel. Walls Hospital Dismissed": Mrs, Jim Deal, city. Mrs. W. F. Lucius, city. Lloyd King, city. Alaska has had snowfall when it was 52 degrees below zero Fahrenheit, despite the popular belief ,hat It can be too cold to snow. Mrs. Doyle" Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. James Terry, and Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer are entertaining. United Daughters of Confederacy lave 12:30 p. m. luncheon at Hotel Noble. Mrs. T. F. Hudson, Mrs. E. R. Bogan, Mrs. C. B. Wood, Mrs. Cleo .angston are hostesses. Mrs. Lillian Alford is in charge of reservations. Friday Mrs. Loy Welch entertains members of the Friday Contract Club. Missionary Group Has Church Meet Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., presided over the meeting of Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society at the church tost night. Group singing opened the meet- Ing, after which Mrs. Alva Jarrett gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Hazel McWllllams gave the devotional, and Mrs. Horace Holland gave the study. They were dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Oscar Alexander. Revival Meeting Now in Progress A revival meeting Is now in progress at the Church of God nr 20th and Chftfry. Streets, and will continue through April 12. The Rev. Q. W. Hodges, state overseer of Churches of God of Arkansas, is evangelist. Services are being conducted daily at 7:30 p.m., according to the Rev. Darrell Froud, pastor. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY PonySoldier TYRONE POWER MAD HAT--Model Bmilie Scofield of San Francisco uses hei head to remind us that it's spring-cleaning time. Emilie's mad hat consists of dish cloths, a rubber glove and a brush tied on with an apron string. Capri to Get Fresh Water ISLE OF CAPRI (#)—The Italian government has just allotted $1,800,ICO to make sure visitors to this failed island don't go thirsty. The money will be spent to build 56-mile aqueduct, 51 miles overland and five miles under the sea, .0 bring fresh water directly to the sland for the first time. At present, water te supplied by tank ships from Naples to Capri. Tank trucks then ransport it to Anacapri, the island's jnly other village. The water supply iften is inadequate, especially dur- ng the tourist months. Lots of Time to Play NOW! Youngsters need the companionship and attention of a loving mother . . . someone to have fun and play with through these important formative years. 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