PAGE FOUR •RI.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER - Society News - io Arm MA NATO SrwiPtv RHif/ir i Phoi Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Joe Miller of Oran, Mo., father of Arnold Miller of Blytheville, en- ii'ivd Chick.isiiwba Hospital here Friii.iy. H^ condition remains un- c-iian-Vd. The Hov. ar.rt Mrs. Charlie Belknap of Louisville, Ky., announce the birth of ilu'ir hrsi child, a son, yes- ;tT(i,iy in ; * Louisville hospital. The baby has Lur.] named James Stephen. Mrs. BelAimp is the former Miss IMi-sy Kmh Bartholomew, daughter of Mi. and Mrs. G. C. : B:>rUn>!o;iii".v oi Blytheville. M^lindii Guard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Guard, has been ill a; her hume but, is reported improved. Mrs. C. V. Sebaugh and Mi'S..Dalt; Brint^ are spt'iulnig today in Memphis.' Mr. and Mrs. Ross Durbin and L-lnidre!!. Lynn Ann. Nancy and D;>vul HUSS oi St. Louis were weekend Hucsis of their aunt, Mrs. a J. Hi-a:nn. RoHnd Fausi of Clarksdale, Miss., was iht- weekend guest of Lee Bearden. PREPARE FOR HOBBY LOBBY — Members of thb WSCS of First Methodist Church are shown working on fancy Christmas stockings to be sold in the Christmas and novelty booth at the Hobby Lobby to be sponsored by the organization at the church Thursday. Pictured are (left to right) Mrs. Aubrey Boyri, Mrs. Byron Moore. Mrs. 3. A, Bryant and Mrs. W. L. Homer, ^enur: 1 -! chairman. In the background nre several Chri>;:na.> decorations already for the big event. Thursday. (Courier .\LMVS Photo) WSCS of First Methodist Church to Again Sponsor Hobby Lobby Project Thursday Hobby Lobby, an annual event sponsored by the Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church since 1950, has again been scheduled for this year. Mrs. L. Homer is general chairman of the event this year and was co-chairman along with Mrs. .C. A.. Cunningham in 1950. Mrs. Elton Kirby and Mrs. P. E. Scott are Mrs. Homer's assistants. Hobby Lobby will be held at First Methodist Church Thursday with hours being from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. When this event began in 1950, it was a two-day affair to raise funds for a church organ. In 1952 It be- came a one-day affair with the | doors being open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Two in ed that day with the evening meal being a turkey dinner. Ladies began work on booths approximately five months before hand. This year there will be five booths. They will be: Linen with Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. H. C. Sims in charge; Apron with Mrs. George Pyles and Mrs. V. G. Holland in charge; Christinas decorations and novelties with Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Mrs. Eugene Still in charge; .Fancy Foods with Mrs. R. A. Nelson and Mrs. Riley Jones in charge; White elephant with Mrs. Orlie Parker in charge. Mrs. Charles C/seschin and Mrs. Paul Pry or will be in charge of the luncheon with Mrs. Georsre Hub- bnrd. Jr.. and Mrs. J. M. Williams. Jr., in charge of the gadget bar at the door. Presbyterian Circles Have Talks, Studies Stewardship talks and Bible studies were given yesterday when circles of the Presbyterian Church met. Circle One met it the home of Mrs. R. F. Kirslffier With Mrs. John Cherry as co-hostess. Ten members were present. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty gave the study with Mrs. Johnny Man- speaking on stewardship. Fifteen members of Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. Zal Harrison. The study was given by Mrs. George Yates and the talk by Mrs. R. L. Johnson. Mrs. Hugh Day and Mrs. Beverly Tarver were new members when eight members of Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. C. M. Gray. The Bible study was taught by Mrs. Gray with the stewardship talk being given by Mrs. Roy Walton. Mrs. C. C. Smith gave the study and Mrs. B. L. Eubanks the talk when Circle Four met at the home of Mrs. Jess Homer. Ten members and two visitors were present. Nine members of Circle Five met at the new home of Mrs. Russell Mosley. Mrs. Roland Rounsavall gave the talk and Mrs. Mosley the study. Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. Robert Turner with eight members and one visitor present. Mrs. T. H. Grimm gave the study and Mrs. Curtiss Anderson the stewardship talk. Mrs. D. E. Mcllwain gave the Bible study. Mission Program Given at Calvary WMU' "Christ for the World" was the program presented yesterday at the meeting of Calvary Baptist Women's Missionary Union. Those taking parts on the program were Mrs. H. J. Fondren, Mrs. Cora Pruitt, Mrs. Claude Rowland, Mrs. L. B. Johncsc, Mrs. Raymond Bomar, Mrs. Buddy Baughman, Mrs. Everett Rhoads. Mrs. Dale Garner, Mrs. Jesse Ralph and Mrs. Lloyd Crecelius. Mrs. Rowland opened the meeting; with prayer with Mrs, Garner giving the devotional. Mrs. Johnese dismissed the group. The number of violins made by Stradivarious has been estimated from 1000 to 3000. with experts reporting at least 325 of these as still in existence. Mrs. Bottom New Member Of WSCS Mrs. Tom Bottom was a new member last night when Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street. Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Poff. The opening prayer was led by Mrs. Joe Thomas after which Mrs. George Shanks conducted a business session. Final plans were made for a chicken dinner to be held at the church Wednesday evening. Mrs. P. B. Jarrctt was program leader for the evening. Tlio.se presenting the program on "Women and the Church Through Centuries" were Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. O. J. Rogers, Mrs. Mary Scrape. Mrs. Allen Van Winkle and Mrs. C. T. Shamlin. Closing prayer was given by Mrs. Jarrctt. Mrs. Pnff was assisted in sorv- Pint Christian Clntrcb Groups \Have Meetings Groups of the First Christian Church" met in members homes yesterday for program meetings. Faith Group met at the home of Mrs. R. L. Dedman with 10 members present. Mrs. Chester Brown gave the devotional with Miss Neal Luckett serving as program chairman. Those assisting .with the program ! wt-re Mrs. Robert McHaney and Mrs. | Russell Hays. Repeating of the mis-| .sionary benediction dismissed the group. Fifteen members of Hope Group met at the new Home of Mrs. W. H. Stovall on Main. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, circle chairman, led the opening prayer, presided over the business session and also served as program chairman. The worship center was in charge of Mrs. James Rainwater. The group was dismissed with the missionary benediction. The hostess was assisted in serving refreshments by Mrs. Jim Stovali. Mrs. J. P. Garrott served as pro- j gram lender when Love Group met ] at the home of Mrs. J. D. Davis' last niyht. Sixteen members were present. The devotional was given by Mrs. Virginia Strickland with Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe conducting the btisiness session.. Charity Group met at the home of Mrs. J. J. Morgan with 13 members in attendance. Mrs. Morgan was program leader with Mrs. Joe Pride and Mrs. Jamc L. Brooks assisting her. The devotional was given by Mrs Tanna Freeman and Mrs. B. F Brogdon conducted the business ses sion. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1955 Mrs. Uoyd Alley Lloyd Alley, Miss Capps Exchange Vows Ir. a i.v:i':iiony so-.emmzed Oct. '22 \ at the rti'-d O:tk Baptist Church Miss i Sh.: 1 ! '. A:;! 1 . C:ipi'i>, dat'yhter of Mr.' aiui Mry. Lee E. Capps of Marked! Trev. ht-L-iiUii? the bride of A/2c Lloyd j Kenneth Alloy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glf-nn Alley oi Blytheville. The bride chose for her marriage ] a pi:;.-: brocaded s:Uin -suit with black | accessories. She pinned a white orc-'.ici ~>- : - her shoulder. Mu-v-i Putricia Hartman of Marked Tree served as maid of honor witi: Bruce Barnetie of Blytheville serving as best man. Mi>;> Sybil Quail of BLytheville provided nuptial music. Tiv couple are making their home in Kansas City, Mo., where Mr. Alley is stationed with the Air Force. The bride graduated from Lepanto H-ieh School and the groom is a graduate of Blyiheville High School. Barbara Hunt Celebrates Fifth Birthday , Barbara Hunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hunt, celebrated her fifth birthday yesterday when her mother invited 11 of her little friends to a party. Favors of baskets of candy and hats were given with refreshments of birthday caKe and hot chocolate being served. Coming Events TUESDAY Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, 7:30 p.m. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi having pledge ritual in Colonial Room of Hotel Noble, 7:30. p.m. Mrs. Edgar Parks is hostess, J Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at home of Mrs. Joe Davis, 713 Illinois. 7:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary meeting at 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY Lange PTA meeting at 3 p.m. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Charlie Rose. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. M. N. Nunn. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Club Eight meeting with Mrs Otto Scrape, Mrs. Hugh Sutherland speaking at meeting of Garden Department of Woman's Club at 2 p. m. Central PTA meeting at 3 p.m preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. THURSDAY Corps of Engineers Womans Club meeting. Mrs. Preston Franks and Mrs. Norm Grilling are hostesses. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Carroll Blakemore. Mid-Wer'- Club meeting with Mr?. Cecil Shane. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. E. R. Jackson. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. Johnny White. La Nueve Club meeting with Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs C. W. Afllick. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Flat Lake HD Club having annual Thanksgiving Dinner at clubhouse. Hobby Lobby at First Methodist I Church, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Luncheon | will be served from 11:30 a.m. to I 1:30 p.m. Lydia Class of First Baptist Church having potluck supper at! home of Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, 71 p.m. Mrs. R. G. Cash is co-hostess. I Band Parents Club Meets In Library Band Parents Club of Blythevillc High School held its monthly meeting in the school library last ntghl. Mrs. William Wyatt was in charge of the business session at which time it was announced that the annual pancake breakfast has been canceled until after the first of January. It was also announced that there will be no December meeting and that the January meeting will be held the third Monday night. The band will play at the next meeting. GOOD-WILL VOYAGE President Theodore Roosevelt, in 1007, sent the American batileshi] fleet of 16 ships on a cood-wi,l voyage around the world. The ship. were commanded by Admiral Rob ley D. Evans. ine: refreshments during the socia hour by Mrs. Billy King- Mrs. Evans Guest of Gleaners Class Mrs. C. E. Evans was a guest last, night when Gleaners Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Hubert Seymore. Ten members were present when Mrs. Max Logan conducted the business session and Mrs. J. C. Roach led the opening prayer. Mrs. Evans gave the devotional Using as her topic, "Gratitude." Mrs. Walter Bishop, class teacher, dis missed the gioup. At the Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE HOSITAL Dismised Dorothy Cockran, Tomato CHICKASAWBA HOSPITAL Dismissed Mrs. Scott Alley and baby, city Baldonlco Sails, Holland Mrs. Paul Kirkcndall, city Delores Harris, city Samuel Wallace, Manila Eastmayor Wilson, city Mrs. Luther Robinson, city Otis Jones, Manila Omar Stinnett, Morehouse WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed; A/lc Howard Weston, Air BUM Mrs. Lessie Bowty, Dell Mrs. J. B. Pace and baby, city all day comfort with Naturalized heel-hugging, toe-free fit ; WE ; HAVE j : YOUR j SIZE i We have your exact size in this comforlable walking shoe with heel- hugging, toc-frce fit and flexible construction . . gives you many miles of walking comfort. I E*. SONS I SMOESI Mrs. Whitner, Mrs. Chamblin Bridge Winners Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. P. W, Whitner won first place in the five-table Ho well movement played by the Duplicate Bridge League Saturday afternoon. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. P. E. Black were second with third place goin^ to Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. Frank Grigsby. Dell WMU Meets in Morgan Home i DELL—Women's Missionary Un- i ion of Deli Baptist Church met at i the home of Mrs. C. H. Morgan! yesterday with 18 members and two visitors present. Mrs. Lucy Floyd and Mrs. Beiilah Whaley were co-hostesses. "Christ for the World" was the mission program given by Mrs. Harry Cook. Mrs. HM.Hardin led opening prayer with Mrs. C. A. Smith "conducting the business session. Mrs. Udell Newsom dismissed the group. KEPT NAME To Washin^tonians, Pennsylvania | Avenue, "the street of the presi- | dents," has been known as "the i Avenue" since the days when it was a muddy track flanked by farm fields. 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