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PAOB FOUR BLTTHBVILL» (ARK.) COURIER NEWS , FEBBUABY », 19M - Society News - Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor __* ™ Phone 3-4461 Blythevllle Junior Auxiliary Votes to Present Follies Here In a special meeting Tuesday, the Blytheville Junior Auxiliary voted to present "The Follj.es," a musical program has presented for the past Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old will leave Vay scheduled spring ill he i nder a repre-1 liary has presented for me pasi. tomorrow lor u»i vancy iu>uui.»* *5rf rarrill Inc a Chicago seven years, will become a bundle | yandera, Tex. where Mr. Old wiU of C&rgm, me. a ^ b_ ^ ^.^ fash , on£ ^^ ^ mm by attend a business conference and a variety of stores to tea guests 5c hool of Prudential Insurance whose admission will consist, of a company. They will then go to bundle of clothes for the Auxiliary | g an ta Fe, N. M., to visit relatives. mi-_!ri e"\._« , /->l~..^., T oa Ondl? Tvhn hns hflfin ftentawve ui vjtvib*". *""• - — ~ concern. The production will be for late early Proceeds from this event will be used to further Junior Auxiliary's plans to institute a Health Clinic in the public school system. i tne puonc scnwi sjoiciii. -i -The fashion show, which the Auxl-1 passed. Thrift Shop. In further action, a motion to sponsor one of the 0SO dances was Dr. Vise to Speak to Altrusa Club; Committees Have Meetings ^.Alfred Vise will be guest speaker tomgMwhe^Al- ~lenda Lee Poetz, who has been a patient in Baptist Hospital, is now convalescing at her home here. Mrs. J. C. Ellis is in Biloxi; Miss., visiting relatives. Miss Delores Adams; student at Baptist .School of Nursing in Memphis, along with three of her classmates will spend the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ri- Warren returned over trusa Club iia?; a Uiiuiei me o£ Hotel Noble. Earlier this week two committees of the club conducted special meet* committee working on the charter presentation dinner met at the home of Mrs. Virginia Davis. This dinner will be held in Plantation Boom of the Hotel on March 16 with Mrs. Pauline Hoeltzel of Little Bock, seventh district governor, as speaker. This committee made plans to invite all service club presidents of p.m. in Colonial Room Blytheville along with Crittenden County and Jonesboro Altrusa Club members as gueste to this dinner. Mrs Davis, Mrs. Clara Martin, Mrs. Don Whitney, Mrs. Charlie Johnson and Mrs. J. L. Walls compose this committee. 4 nominating committee for new club officers met at the home of Mrs. Raymond Schmuck this week. Working on this committee are Miss Georgia Lee Stuart, Mrs. Gertrude Holiman and Mrs. Schmuck. Mrs. Mason Guest of Chapter D PEO Mrs. Alice Mason, a member of Chapter W PEO Sisterhood in Little Rock, was a guest yesterday when 10 members of Chapter D PEO met at the home of Mrs. B. A Lynch for a luncheon and program meeting. .Mrs. M. O. Usrey was co-hostess tor the 1 p.m. affair. As the meeting date for Chapter D fell on George Washington's birthday, the hostesses used this occasion for their decorations. The business session was in charge of Mrs. James Roy. Mrs. William Lawshe served as program leader and used as her topic, "Historical Chronicle." Coming Events THURSDAY tottie Moon YWA meeting with Geraldine Hinton, 7:30 p.m. Esther Class of First Baptist. Church meeting at home of Mrs. i Robert Wade, T.30 p.m. ', FRIDAT ; Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. R. A. Porter. La Finesse Club meeting witb Mrs. Todd Harrison. Past Matrons and Patrons Club having potluck supper aUMasonic Temple, 7 p.m. Mrs. T. J. Bailey and Mrs. FranK Ellis are hostesses. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Lots of cotton-knit fashions for spring wear. Dresses, blouses, jackets, skirts. They offer a low price Mrs. Whitesides Elected Head Of Wilson WSCS WILSON — Mrs. Gerald Whitesides has been elected to serve as 1906 president of Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Wilson Methodist Church. Other officers elected to serve with her are Mrs. Raymond A. Dorman, vice-president; Mrs. Eva Kerlin, treasurer; Mrs. C. H. Bachanan, missionary education; and Mrs. Jerry CulJom, secretary. Chairmen are Mrs. R. H. Cummings, local church activities; Mrs. Bentley Rhodes, literature ana publications; Mrs. E. D. Beall, status of women; Mrs. Richard Ferguson, promotional secretary; and Mrs. H. Hudson Wren, youth uu,c.= are Mrs. J. T. Driver, children's work; Mrs. Gilbert Wiley, student work; Mrs. Wallace Jacobs, supplies; Mrs. J. C. Bussey, day circle, and Mrs. Ferguson, night circle. ley Adams. Mrs. Joe the weekend from a vacation in Florida and Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Alley returned Tuesday from Hamilton, O. where they were called. due to the illness and death of Mrs. Alley's father, George R. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger, III, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nicholas Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smart were in Memphis last night to attend the tennis matches. E. F. Still and E. M. Regenold will leave in the morning for Hot Springs to attend the horse races. Howell Boyd, student at University of Mississippi .spent the weekend here with his arents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Boyd. Mrs. Alex Hill is a patient in Campbell's Clinic in Memphis. Dr. George Vernon, Dr. Charles Craig and Dr. Orlie Parker will return today from Jonesboro where they have been attending a meeting of Notheast Arkansas District Dental Association. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines returned yesterday from a Florida vacation. Osceola Church Groups Have Meetings OSCEOLA — Osceola church groups met this week.. Mrs. Bob Cromer was hostess Monday when Circle One of 'First Presbyterian Church met. Eight members were present. Mrs. Don Blodgett discussed "Ideals of Family Partnership." Mrs. Newton Johnson gave ths "What to Talk About." At the, conclusion Mrs. Cromer served a salad plate. Circle Two met with Mrs. J. H. Hook with 14 members present. Mrs. Lloyd Godley .was in charge of the program. The circle will sponsor a magazine drive and will place magazines in the schools, hospital and library. They will also collect clothing. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Twenty members were present at the evening circle. Mrs. J. C. Buchanan was hostess. Mrs. Billy Chiles, ch/irman, presided over the meeting. Mrs. C. W. Pugh and Mrs. Dewey Neeley had charge of the program work. Others /ear Club Meets in Fielder Home at Steele The home of Mrs. A. D. Fielder in Steele was the meeting place for the Yesteryear Club when it held a luncheon-meeting yesterday. Mrs. Lillian Lloyd and Mrs. W A. Hollingsworth, whose birthdays fall in February, were the honored members. Following luncheon, the afternoon was spent in informal entertainment. ' The next meeting of the club wil be in March at the home of Mrs Dess Dates in Steele. Mrs. Speck Hostess to Dogwood HD Club Mrs. Norman Speck was hostess yesterday afternoon to nine members of Dogwood Home Demonstration Club at the clubhouse. Group singing .and a devotional by Mrs. Speck opened the meeting with Mrs. John Burks leading in prayer. Roll call was answered by each member stating the type dress she is making for the spring dress revue. Mrs. Charlie Lutes presented the eye-opener which was a smock. The hostess gave a demonstration on making home furnishing? after which she served refresh- menis of cherry tarts and coffee. It was announced that a special meeting will be held next Wednesday to complete a quilting project The meeting will begin at 11 a.m with a potluck luncheon to be served at noon. A dessert course was serves. Mrs. Hugh Copeland and Mrs. Maggie Barbiers were hostesses Monday evening to the Wesleyan Guild at the home of Mrs, Cope- ana. A dessert was served when the guests arrived. A business session ollowed, presided over by the Guild's president, S<Vs. Lily Wilson After the business meeting, canasta provided the entertainment during the balance of the evening. Mrs. Dick Prewitt was hostess Monday to Women's Auxiliary of Calvary Episcopal Church. Mrs. Prewitt reviewed the book 'They Beach for Life," which deals with Christian Colleges in India Miss Lillian Patterson gave the devotional. Mrs. JackUzzelle, president,.pre sided at the meeting. Refreshments were served during the social hour Monday evening Mrs. Harry Dri ver and Mrs. W. E. Johnson werf hostesses to the bi-monthly meeting of the 'Women of First Christian Church. A potluck supper preceded the business meeting with Mrs. Ray Morgan presiding. Mrs. 0. B. Moore was in charge of the program. Ladies Bible Class to Meet Tomorrow Tomorrow afternoon- at 2 p.m Ladies Bible Class of First Meth odist Church will hold its monthly social meeting in Fellowship Hal of the church. Mrs E. E. Hardin, Mrs. J. O Sudbury and ivirs. R. H. Arens meier will be hostesses. Gifts Given Wednesday Club; Others Play Mrs Charles Rose and Mrs. F. E Black presented Wednesday 3rldge Club members with gilts ;ol°lected on their recent Caribbean Tuise yesterday when Mrs. Rose entertained the club with a luncheon at Blytheville Country Club. An arrangement of soft shades oJ spring flowers was used on the luncheon table, Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. S. E. Tune were winners in the afternoon's bridge games. Town and Country Club played at the home of Mrs. Cornelius MO' dinger, , All members were present when Mrs. Modinger won high and Mrs. Cleo Langston, second high. Mrs Herman Turner entertained TLE Bridge Club with a dessert- bridge at her home last night. Bridge winners were Mrs. J. P. Scrape, high, Mrs. Bill Lambert, md high, and Mrs. W. E. Cherry, bridgo. Mrs. Doyle Henderson was . guest when Club Eight met at the home of Mrs. Paul Jobe. High scores went to Mrs. Jesse White and Mrs. G. O. Poetz. Mrs. Poetz also won bridgo. Mrs. Robert Gateway and daughter Pamelia left Saturday afternoon for New York where they will make their home. Robert is a co-pilot for Pan- American Air Lines and is in Johannesburg, S. Africa, due to return Feb. 15. They were accompanied to New York by A. M. Gallaway, who will spend a few days with them before returning. V B. Osborn was a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis where he underwent minor surgery. He was accompanied to Memphis by Mrs. Osborn and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Townsend. He returned.home the latter part of the week. Mrs. Bill Brown, Mrs. Ous Smith, Mrs. Mike Themie, Mrs. Howard Perkins, Mrs. Carl Eobin, Mrs. Dial Ballard, Mrs. Harvey Durham, Mrs. Ed McMasters, Mrs. Alonzo Fleeman, Mrs. Louise Ashabranner. Mrs. Tom Steele, Mrs. E E. Byrd, Mrs. Joe Homberger, Mrs. Billv FOX. Mrs. L. L. Wood- It son of Caraway were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. »nd Mrs. Dutch D Rev. and Mrs. W. A. LaOrande and daughter Thella visited Rev. LaGrande's parents, Mr. and Mrs John LeGrande, ftt Poplar Bluff, Mo. Sabbath Service To be Held at Temple Israel Tomorrow night at 8 p.m. Dr. AHred Vise will conduct a sabbath and memorial service at Temple Israel. Commemorating Broth- evnood Week and George Washington's birthday the Rabbi will deliver a sermon on "George Washington and Religious Liberty in America." Royal Service of the First Baptist Church met Monday afternoon at the church with Mrs. C. A. Strange, Mrs. A. F. Qlascoe and Mrs. Bob Gillespie as hostesses. Mrs. Frank Williams was in charge of the home mission study, her topic was, "God Save America." FreddieStovo.ll Celebrates Fifth Birthday Freddie Stovall, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Stovall, Jr.,-celebrated his fifth birthday Tuesday. Members of his kindeigarten class attended the party given by his parents at their home. Refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and Iced drinks were served to the 20 small guests present The children were given birthday hats and horns to' help celebrate the occasion. The birthday cake, decorated in white, yellow and blue, carried out toe western theme with five cowboys and their horses surrounded by a rail topping the cake. Mrs. Stovall was assisted In serving Dy Mrs. Bob Petrovich and Mrs Ralph Nichols. The new sensation ... Complete Freedom of Action Cadet 10" TV* loot M » wonderful WK! swpple thing ... and here » a smooth- fitting littk shoe designed *> Sow >» follow ewrr naOirtl movcnrnt of yaar foot. Soft and completely flexible - > bedroom tlippa . . . yet it jiw* *« «»•< wondw** cradling support under yow *ch. COBBIES A RED CROSS SHOE OHKT wot r°«"« In beautiful Honey- beige. Widths from toB ' ina " FAMILY SHOE STORE H 312 W. Main IS ?>"»» 2-2342 lgl , «M> *• /Wte» NcMaml M CMB rutt and Mrs. A. E. McCulley attended a study course at First Methodist Church in Leachville Monr.r.y and Tuesday night. The course, "Five Spiritual Classics," was taught by Miss Mildred Osment of Jonesboro. The course will be taught again this week. Mrs. Bobby Curtis and children Carol and Bobby, Jr., of Bald Knob are spending ten days with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs Clettis Batton, and her niece, Mrs Van Halfacre. Rev. Richard Vestal, Mrs. Edith Horner, Mrs. W. F. Turner, Mrs Ed Griffin, Mrs. Roy Smith, Mrs Irma Stallions, Mrs. I. D. Shedd Mrs. Hattie M. Grimes, Miss Iver na McMichael, Mrs. Ids McMich ael and Eev. J. M. Wilkinson at Joiner BWC Has Potluck Supper JOINER — Business Women's Circle met at the -home of Mrs, Malcolm Koonce Thursday night for a potluck supper and business meeting. Mrs. Mary Taylor, president, was in charge of the business session. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed; Clarence CrossknO, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. John Miles Miller, Dell K. W. Chapman, city . C S. Birmingham, city Mrs. James Cox and baby, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Edward D. Hall, Rt. 3, city Jim P. Austin, city Mrs. Mary Webb and baby, Rt. 4, city Mrs. Emma Talley, Manila tended a monthly meeting of thi workers council at First Baptis Church in Leachville, Friday. Sgt. and Mrs. Kenneth T. Keim and Tommy, Suzette and Christo pher left Friday morning for Al lentown, Pa., where they were called because of the illness of Mrs. Keim's father, Edwin R. Kurtz. Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Loveless returned from palmetto, Fla., where they spent two weeks vacationing. Capt. and Mrs. William O'keefe and children Peter, Mary, Sissy and Billy have moved into the James Moore home. Capt. O'keefe is stationed at the Blytheville Air Base. Mr. and Mrs. Moore are living in summerville, Term. The Junior Department of First Baptist Church enjoyed a party Friday night in the church dining room with 34 children present. Miss Vivian McCollugh and Miss Patsy Joe Gibson were in charge of the games. After an evening of fun the youngsters were served cookies, punch and candy. Mrs. Edith Horner is superintendent of the department. A revival is in progress at the Pentecostal Holiness Church with the Rev. Paul Beasley of Cardwell, Mo., doing the preaching. Services begin each night at 7 o'clock. The public is invited. The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Harri- Mr. and Mrs. Eric M. Baum of Chicago announce the birth of a daughter born Jan. 26. Mrs. Baum is the former Mjss Betty Borowsky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Borowsky of Memphis, formerly of Manila. The baby Has been named Lisa Ann. Mr and Mrs. Borowsky are In Chicago now visiting their new granddaughter, daughter and son- in-law. Mr and Mrs. Roland B. Williams celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Saturday at their home nesr Manila. They were married in 1906 at Walker, Ark., in the home of the bride, by Ed McBride, who was a justice of the peace. They are the parents of 11 children who are all living. They are Andrew Reeves Williams, Leachville, Minor Williams of Detroit, Mich., Lightle Williams, Leachville, R L. Williams, Jonesboro, Mrs. Vernilla Williams. Detroit, Mrs. Hallie Dixon, Anchorage, Alaska, Mrs. Irene Jones, spencerville, Ohio, Mrs. Betty Jane Odell, Marion Ohio, Mrs. Mamie Delbridge, l,e,!Chv!lle and Loyd L. Williams of Memphis, Tenn. The Williams have lived in the Manila - Leachville vicinity since 1923. They have 40 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Their daughter, Mrs. Mammie Delridge was hostess for the party. The home of Mrs. Billy Fox was the scene of a lovely party when she entertained with ,a lingerie shower Saturday at 3 P.M., compli menting Miss Vermaline Alexan der, bride-elect of Eddie Lloyd o Flint, Mich. The white and silver color scheme was used throughout the party. 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