PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TtWTOAY, MAT 19, 1WI oae Pat Mullini, Society Editor Phon* 4461 Presbyterian Women. Meet •Ixty member* of women of the First Presbyterian Church celebrat- «d the organization's 41st birthday yesterday at the church with a birthday party following their regular general meeting. Mrs. J. P. Lawson gave the open- Ing prayer, after which Mrs. Jesse M. White presided over a business session. Mrs. Hugh Hudson presented the program, "Birthday Objective — Mrs P i or ,, Lucy and Mrs. Mildred »200,000 lor Furlough Homes." She Tims of Memphis. :,i i i.,, *«,.,. A S Horricnn. ' . „_ , was assisted by Mrs. A. S. Harriso Mrs. Phillip Hord, Mrs. Fred Sandefur', and Mrs. W. A. Dobyns. Mrs. Hudson used a dollhouse to . represent a furlough home. Birthday cake and punch served by Mrs. Ross Stevens an Mrs. White who presided at the refreshment table. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Johnny White, Mrs. Hermon Carlton, Mrs.'S. E. Tune, Mrs. L. G Nash and Mrs. F. W. Whltner. were Mrs. Nelson Edcns and daughter, Yarbro WSCS Meeting Held Mrs. Dave Abbott was hostess to members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Yarbro Methodist Church last night for a program on the duties of WSCS officers. Following group singing and prayer by Mrs. Glen Bunch, the officers gave a report of their duties. They included Mrs. Bunch, who has been re-elected president; Mrs. Monroe Besharse, vice president; Mrs. Gene McGulre. recording secretary; Mrs. Henry Pollard, treasurer; Mrs. Paul Abbott, promotion secretary; Mrs. Charles Krytz, missionary education and service. Mrs. G. T. Gracie. Christian social relations and local church activities; Mrs. John Johnson, student work; Mrs. Bailey Tarpley, youth work; Mist Alice Marie Ross, children work, Mrs. Denny Hammond, spiritual life; Mrs. Neta Bunch, literature and publication; Mrs. Punk Willis, supply work; Mrs. Elza Wheeler, status of women. In the business session, it was reported that the church carpets, •which have been purchased by the WSCS are to arrive in two weeks. Mrs. Neta Bunch and Mrs. Jimmy Hemby were appointed as "golden age" committee for the month. A committee is appointed each month to visit the aged and shut-ins In a social hour following, refreshments were served. : Auxiliary Meets In Parby Home Mrs. Perry Darby was hostess »t her home last night for » meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Mrs. L. P. Hubener.gave the opening prayer, followed by the devotional, which was given by Mrs. LeRoy Huddleston. Mrs. W. J. Pitzhugh presented the evening's program, which was a film, "United Thank Offering." Mrs. Darby served refreshments in the social hour following. Just Right For Playtime By Sue Burnett As cute as can be — and practical, too! A darling playdress for a miss of six to fourteen, with contrasting cuffed top and big pockets. Pattern Include! a simple bolero for cover- up. Pattern No. 8975 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 6. 8, 10, 12, 14 years. Size 8, 2*4 yards of 39- Inch; % yard contrast; bolero, yard. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, slse desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Qulncy St., Chicago 6, ill. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for 'S3, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for «m«rt, pr«otlc»l wardrobes; gift pat tern printed inside tin book. 29 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teaguc are spending five days in Chicaiio, where '.hey are attending the annual Rudio Parts Show and convention. Mr. and Mrs. Fielder Perry had as week end guests, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Brown of Greenwood, Miss., Mrs. Travis Deen. who underwent surgery at Memphis Baptist Hospital last wecK is now at home at 1016 West Moultrie. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shellon and Karen Lou, spent the week end in Palmersville, Tenn., with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Stephenson McClain and Mr. McClam. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham have returned to their home after spending the week end in Little Rock and Hot Springs. While Mr. Cunningham was attending the Bar Association in Hot Springs, Mrs. Cunningham was the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. T. Morrow In Little Rock. Mrs. B. F. Boyles of Wilson and her sister, Mrs. James Wilson of Osceoln, entered the Methodist Hospital in Memphis yesterday, where they will undergo surgery this week. Shirley Hipp and son, Shirley, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hipp are in Memphis to be with Mrs. Shirley Hipp who is undergoing surgery at the Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A....C. Wheat an- .immce the birth of a daughter Sunday at Walls Hospital. The baby, who has been named Karen Faye, has a sister, Carole Gale. Mrs. Wheat Is the former Miss Ella Paye WSCS Meeting Is Conducted Mrs. Joe Thomas offered prayer to begin a meeting ol the Woman's . Society of Christian Service of Lake Church has Hall. Mrs. . Charles McMann of Los Angeles, Calif., la visiting her brother, John Featherston and family. District Auxiliary Meeting Held Here Blythevllle. Luxora, Leachvllle, Jonesboro, Lepanto, Osceola and Trumann were represented here Sunday at the American Legion Auxiliary's district meeting, held at the Hut. Mrs. Jim Merrit of McGchee, Ark., state president, and Mrs. Palon Fraloy, vice president of the East- ern.division, attended the affair. A. S. Harrison gave the welcome address and the Rev. G. Mclsslcr gave the invocation. Mrs. Merrltt was guest speaker of the afternoon. Mrs. Thelma Lane was elected a district delegate to the National Convention to be held in St. Louis In August. YWA Meeting Is Conducted • Members of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met last nlirlit at the home ol Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, counselor, when their guests were members of the Dolly Heltt YWA. Miss Ernestine Holt gave the opening prayer, after which a business session was conducted. Miss Mickey Allen gave the program With Miss Holt assisting. Miss Louncll Overman gave the devotional and the group sang a hymn. Miss Marian Maycs dismissed the 'group with prayer and t h o hostess served refreshments. Dinner Is Given By Department Mrs. Roy Beavers was complimented Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Ola Barker, with a dinner, when guests Included officers and teachers of the Beginner Department of the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Beavers and her family, are moving to California this week. Her sister, Mrs. Ruby Box, of California, s a guest. rs. Hoyt Brown, department superintendent, presented her with a gift from the group. The guests were seated at the dining room table, which was centered with American Beauty roses. Street Methodist Church when members met at the church last night. Mrs. Cecil Lusk presided In the business session and a film on Africa was shown by Ray Spencer in regard to the group's recent mission study of Africa. Coming Events Tuesday Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has Founder'i.Day Banquet at 0-.30 p.m. at Hotel Noble. Wednesday C. and N. Club has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Char- He Lutes. CIB Club meets with Mrs. W. H. O'Kcefe. Town and Country Club Is to be entertained by Mrs. R. C. Rose. Mrs. E. J. Cure entertains members of the Wednesday Club. Thursday Mrs. Charles Affllck, Jr., is hostess to members of the Kibitzer Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble. Blythcvilc School Band has banquet at Hole Noble at 6:30 p.m. Mid-Week Club has meeting with Mrs. Hurry W. Haines. Miss Jettye Huffman is hostess to members of the GEO Club. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen entertains members of Thursday Contract Club. ! TLE Club meets at the Dixie Pig,' with Mrs. William Lambert as hos- j less. ] Mrs. E. B. Gee Is hostess to the Thursday Club. La Nueve Club meets with Mrs. Mclvln Halscll. WSCS of the First Methodist their annual May' the Church from 61 Breakfast at to 9 a.m. Friday Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club has 6:30 p.m. meeting at the Masonic Temple with Mrs. E. F. Blomeycr and Mrs. L. M. Burnett as hostesses for the potluck dinner. Seven Methodist Circles Meet Members of seven circles of Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church conducted meetings yesterday at the homes of members. Mrs, Gean Atkinson was hostess and Mrs. A. N. Williams was co- hostess at the Atkinson home for 18 members Of Circle One. Mrs. RIley B. Jones gave the devotional, and Mrs. James C. Guard gave the study. During the social hour, Mrs. Jones, their leader, was presented with a gift. Mrs. I. R. Coleman and Mrs. Bob Warren entertained at the Coleman home for Circle Two with 10 members attending. Mrs. E. J. Cure gave the devotional. A potluck luncheon was served at the home of Mrs. F. E. Scott when she was hostess to Circle Three. Sixteen members and seven guests, Mrs. Mavis Scttlemlrc. Mrs. W. H. Wyatt, Mrs. J. W. Adams, Mrs. Dale Horn, the Rev, and Mrs. Roy T. Bagley, and Mrs. Blan Heath attended. Five circle meetings were conducted 'yesterday in homes of mem- So- Mrs. A. C. Haley Rave the meditation. Mrs. Scott, the group's leader, was presented a gift. Mi's. Charles Alford and Mrs. j Harry Weedman were hostesses to ] 14 members of Circle Pour. Mrs. Harvey Morris gave the devotional. Mrs. H. C. Bu.-'i and Mrs. Mar- ! cus Evrard were co-hostesses to 19 members and one guest, Mrs. | Charles McMann of Los Angeles. | Mrs. O. C. Ganske gave the devo- ] tlonal and Mrs. Bash, the study. A tea was given following the meeting. Members of Circle Six met with Mrs. Fred Pleeman with Mrs. Roland Green as co-hostess with 13 members attending. Mrs. Leon Burns gave the devotional, after which they were dismissed with prayer by Mrs. W. I. Denton. Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth, leader, was presented with a gift. Mrs. Elbert Johnson entertained 7 members of Circle Seven with one guest. Mrs. Elmer Linrisey. Mrs. Harold Wood gave the study. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nclle Slarr Clul) to Meet The literary department of the Progressive Club will meet Tuesday for their regular monthly meeting. Mrs. C. B. Segraves ifi chairman of the hostesses. Other hostesses will be Mrs. O. W. Knight, Mr. V. E. HarIan,,Mre. H. Hale, and Mrs. F..O. Gwyn. Mrs. John W. Bdrlnglon will tell of her visit to Mexico. BrldRfi Club Meet» Mrs. Bob Kencirick was hostess to her MIdsJVcek Bridge Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Pie and coffee was nerved preceding the bridge games. Garden flowers were placed around the living room. Thos,' winning top scores were Mrs. Kendrick and Mrs. Darrell Crane. Mrs. Cleere Hostess The four-table bridge club, with Miss Blanche Cleere as hostess, met nt the Rustic Inn Thursday for a dessert course, then went to Mrs. R. C. Bryans' to play cards. Two extra tables of guests were added. Guests were Mrs. Newton Johnson. Mrs. S. D. Carpenter. Mrs. W. E. Hunt. Mrs. A. W. Bowen, Mrs. Kate Hale. Mrs. John Enoch and 77NY- IN TEASING COLORS You'll f«l light-fooled » I bullet star in thcM, m«ybt do « funcy «tep or two. "Enjoy the light, jure footing of the Cork '« Crept Mien—with J»»t « ''"T toiifh " f heel lift In the w«lge. Gingham girl, or «l«ck« unlhmlMt—'"""• g» lm«rll)-. Wonderful, w«ih«bl« •lyle color*. SA9S FJI/fNDir SHOI SfORI Mrs. Joe Oromer. Mrs. Bryans' decorations were copper containers filled with vivid red peonies. A silver bowl filled with Anthony Waterer spirca ami white blossoms centered the dining table. Mrs. Bryan won high club prize. Mrs. Comer high gueflt. Mrs. J. L. Ward won the club bridge, Mrs. Hale guests briclgo. Mrs. C. E. Dean won low club prize, while Mrs. A. W. Bowen won low guest prize. Iced drinks were passed during the afternoon. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Chester Danehower and daughter. Miss Prances Danehower left Friday for Simmsport. La., for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Danehower. Mr. ami Mrs. Billy Beall and sons, Phil and Bill, Jr., were Memphis visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson ol Kansas City, Mo., were OsceoU visitors over the past week end. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy daughter, Elizabeth Ann, WELCOME-ETTES FOR MISS UNIVERSE-Eight lovely Lonj Beach, Calif., girls put finishing touches on one of the more than 100 floats which will appear in the Miss Universe parade on July 12. Each float will carry a beauty queen from one of 25 nations, as well as from the 48 states, Hawaii and Alaska Calvary Baptist Meetings Held cle. Mrs. Henry McCain gave the opening prayer and Mrs. H. J. Fondren was in charge of the business session, which was attended by 10 members and a new member, Mrs. J. D. Adkins. After Mrs. Henry McCain gave the devotional, Mrs. W. P. O'Neal, Mrs. Bowman, and Mrs. Pondren • gave the program. Mrs. Adrian Cockren gave the benediction. Members of the Irene Brannen Circle met at the home of Mrs. Ona Peeples, with seven members, one new member, Mrs. Otho Garner, and one guest, Bonnie Jean Peeples attending. Mrs. Carra Pruitt gave the opening prayer, and Mrs. Larry Byrum was in charge of the business session. Mrs. Claude Roland gave the Bible study and the dismissal prayer was by Mrs. W. C. West. Mrs. T. J. Tomlinson was hostess to four members of the Ola Lee Circle. The hostess gave the opening prayer and Mrs. R. E. Smothers presided during the business session, and gave the devotional. Mrs. Vernon Boyd and Mrs, Darrell Lunsford gave the program. Pour members and three guests, Mrs. Henry Wood, Mrs. Elmer Cockren and Mrs. J. E. McNeeley attended the meeting of the Z. T. Rankln Circle at the home of Mrs. Jack Attaway, who gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Vernon Gean presided in the business session, which was followed by a devotional. ducted yesterday in homes o mem bers of the Woman Missionary So ciety of Calvary Baptist Church. Mrs. Jack Vowell was hostess to members of the Edith Rose Weller Circle iwlth 11 members and one guest. : Mrs. Mae Goff, attending. Mrs. l?vie Genn gave the opening prayer, followed by the Bible study, glvvenhy Mrs. A. D. Priest. Mrs. Eddie Foifl gave the benediction. In the social hour, Mrs. A. Hahn, who Is going to Europe to join her husband, was presented with a gift. Mrs. William Bowman entertained members of the Edith Montroy Cir- and Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission He & 39c At All Times TUBS - WED - THURS Double Feature r L lAKI- SCOn 'd« CORDOVA; Utilised by UPP«t WcWiw. '»«• — PLUS— ALSO CARTOON "One Cnl>3 Family" the Bar Association convention in Hot Springs. Mrs. ;P. D. Johnson. Mrs. Carroll Watsoii of C.ccola. Mrs. W. B. Burdett of Joiner and Mrs. A. B. Rozzell of Luxora are attending a PTA Convention held in Oklahoma this week. Dr. and Mrs. M. Lloyd Godley, Jr., of Oklahoma City arrived Sunday for a two week's visit with Dr. Godley's parents. The four left Tuesday for Blloxl. Miss., where they will cation at Sun-N-Sand Hotel for a week. Mr. and Mrs. P. X. Schumacher spent the wee.t end in St. Louis with their daughter, Mrs. A. R. Pelknor and Mr. Pelknor. MlsW Joanne Cullnm, who Is attending vsnderbllt, spent the week end with Ivr parents, Mr. and Mrs J. R. Cullon. Jr. Mrs. Lalai Coble accompanied her sister. Mrs J. A. Morgan to her home in Hcmphls .where she will spend a fe\< days. Jlapld Digestion Ninety-eight per cent of milk Is assimilated by the human body, scientific tests have shown. Digestive action on milk is quicker than on meat, eggs, or fish. A Futons Shell,,, a real pump value ',ife Stride has fashioned this:ver popular shell so that it ts perfectly...•with no gap.no slip. Designed to give put foot a look that's fasionably bare...at a price thac light on your bndget. Vhile Kid also •Vhile Mesh & Kl Combination 8 Good Shoes & Hosiery Blaming Troubles On Others Means You're To Blame "Solf-pity 'Is perhaps the most destructive of all human disorders," says a prominent physician in a cur- vent magazine article. That is certainly borne out by many of the letters that come to this column. Especially those from housewives. As SL group, housewives must be especially susceptible to self- pity. They have such a variety ot reasons for feeling sorry for themselves. Ruth MHlett Mrs. A feels sorry for herself because she has put up with "impossible" in-laws. Mrs. B is wallowing in self-pity because her husband doesn't show any appreciation for all that she has done to help him. Mrs. C feels sorry for herself because Rhe is so bogged down by housework and tied down by family responsibilities that she feels dull and uninteresting. Mrs. D. feels like a failure and blames It on her husband's taking no interest in his home and chil- The list could gq, on and on tor there are dozens of complaints that crop up In letter after letter from housewives who are weighted down with self-pity. Though the complaints vary, the letter usuually have two things in common. The writer blames her unhappiness on another person or on an intolerable situation. And she always wants to know what she can do to change the person or th« rit- uitlon, never what ih* MB do M change herself. So If you think tomeont, or •om« situation, Is making you-mlMtablt, the thing that IB actually licking you Is Just plain self-pity. If you'll stop feeling sorry for yourself long enough to get a good, clear look at your problem, you can probably work out a solution yourself. But you'll never work one out If you would rather feel sorry for yourself than be happy. Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses from the office of the county clerk. Mrs. Elizabeth Ely the Parker: Ira Spain and Mary K. Ivy, both of Blythevllle; Byron Porter, Holland, Mo., and Jo White, Oooter, Mo. At the Hospitals Blythevllle HosplUl Dismissed 1 . Mrs. J. W. Morgan, Jr., and baby, city. The independent republic of th» Philippines was proclaimed on July 4, 1946. LITTL£ LIZ— Some individuals have becoma os skillful in the art of deficit spending as the government. COMING SOON! 11C I " Salome Rita Hayworth & Stewart Granger Color by Technicolor SHOW S4 BIG DAYS! Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.-Fri., May 26-27-28-29 REGULAR PRICES! No Increase In Admission! TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Selected Shorts technicolor RITZ GUESTS Mr. &. Mrs. Roy Calvin Mr. & Mrs. Charles Smith Mr. & Mrs. Frank Ellis & Family Mr. & Mrs. Everett Collier & Family OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parent! ' WEDNESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE! BUCK NITE DOLLAR A CARLOAD WALT DISNEVS "now -Z He? Seven Dwarfs ALSO CARTOON ««••••••§§••§•••*••»••••••••••••••••••••••••"••• '
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