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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 9, IMC Society, P«t Mullins, Society Editor / Phone 44G1 Alice Priest Is Complimented At Shower Here Mrs. Jimmy Garner was hostess at the home of her mother, Mrs. Murray Hudson, last nisht, for a miscellaneous sho.wer given to com- 1 Six Circle Meetings Conducted Members of the Women of lhe| Members of Circle Pour met with First Presbyterian Church held circle meetings yesterday for the study of St. Mark. .Mrs. R. P. Kirshner was hostess to members of Circle one with Mrs. Mrs. H. H. Hoiichlns with Mrs. F. D. Underwood as co-hoetess to the 13 members. Mrs. Herman Carlton (jave the Bible lesson. Mrs. Max Walters and Mrs. Dick . . ., . pllment Miss Alice Priest, the Only ggvf , Ule BiWe study Harvey T. kidd as co-Hostess. Guest j shanks were hostesses to members of the 10 members was Mrs. H. '''• | of Circle Five at the church last Sr., of Memphis. Mrs. C. M. j night. Mrs. Mike Simon gave the bride-elect of George Manley. Second in a series of planned pre-mmtia! events for Miss Priest, the affair also was attended by her mother, Mrs. A. D. Priest, and the mother of Mr. Manley, Mrs. G. C. Manley. For the evening's activities, Miss Priest chose a sheath dress of melon color linen, with chalk white accessories. She was presented with a corsage of contrasting carnations. Party games provided the evening's entertainment. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Jack Vowell, Mrs. H. J. Fendren and Mrs. Bill Hardin. Roses and hydrangeas were predominant among the profuse arrangements of mixed summer flowers used in the entertaining rooms, which, carried out a bridal theme. The dining table held a wedding cake topped with a bride and groom, and crystal punch bowl, groom, and crystal punch bowl. Sherry Hudson, a sister of the hostess, presided at the table. During the -evening, the hostess made pictures of the honoree and her guests. Mi's. Gordon Harris \VJ\E hostess to eight members of Circle Two, with Mrs. O. W. Dillahunty giving the Bible lesson. Mrs. M. F. Day. Sr., was hostess and .Mrs. Herman Oden was co-hostess to 11 members of Circle Three for a leson taught by Mrs. S. E. Tune, leader. lesson for 14 members atending. Mrs. D. B. Mclllu'ain was hostess to eight members of Circle Six and two guests, Mrs. Margery Doyle and Mrs. Ruby Driver of O.sceola. Mrs. Doyle Turner taught the lesson. Following each circle study, social periods were held by each group and refreshments were served. News In Sports Wear 8937 11.20 By Sue Burnett Bare your back to the sun In this youthful sundress Ihat leaturcs tho halter neckline that's so popular this season. When you want a light cover, just button on the brief bolero. Pattern No. 8937 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 11. & 13, 14, 18, 18, 20. Size 12, dress, 4 yards of 35-inch; bolero, 1 yard. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes, gift pattern printed inside the bock. 25 wscs Held at Church Mrs. C. M. Baxter presided in the absence of Mrs. Cecil Lusk last night at a meeting of the Women'. 1 Society of Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist Church. In the business session, Mrs, George Shanks was appointed secretary nnri Mrs. Joe Strickland was appointed treasurer. Mrs. Harold Widner of Quernado, Tex., was a guest of the 18 members. Mrs. Don Lilt/, gave the worship service with scriptures from Luke. "A Time for Laying a Foundation," was the title of her devotional. Mrs. Billy King served as leader for the program on "Youth" and was assisted by Mrs. Paul Lipford. Mrs. C. T, Shamltn, Mrs. Strickland, Mrs. V. E. Gregory, Mrs. King, Mrs. Shanks and Mrs. Lutz, who gave the beneditdon. Mrs. P. B. Jarrett and Mrs. Mary Scrape were hostesses for the social hour. Baptist Girls Have Meeting in Home Members of the Girl's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. L. C. Rolu'son last night with Mary Turnage presiding. Marilyn Baker offered the opening prayer, after which plans were mnde for GA cnmp in the business session. Omega Alexander was appointed secretary for the remainder of the year, mid a hayrldc planning committee was selected. Sara Lindquist was a new member, Linda Dunn, a guest, and eight other members attended. OmcRtt Alexander gave the benediction and Altar Society Conducts Meeting Yesterday marked the final general meeting of members of the Altar Society of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, when they met at the school. Mrs. R. J. McKinnon presided In the business session, in which circle chairmen gave reports of each circle's plan for fall bazaar. Circle meetings are to continue throughout the summer. Coronation waistline is used for this coat, created from lice Irostlnjr over wool jersey. Color is vanilla ice. Designer Jane Derby lias paired the coat with a dress In matchlne woo! jersey that's sleeveless with low, dipping neckline.—By Gaile Duias, NEA Woman's Editor. Junior GA Has Meeting 1 at Church Members of the Armorel Junior Oirl's Auxiliary of the Baptist Church there, met at the church with five attending. Those on the program were Roseann Edmondson, Melba Dixon, Mrs. Elsie Edmondson. counselor, Barbara Russell, and Shirey Ashmore. Following a prayer, group singing and the repeating of their watchword, star ideals and allegiance, Shirley Ashmore gave the benediction. Coming Events Tuesday Knights of Columbus has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the Catholic School building lor election of officers. Thursday UDC has 12:3Q p.m. luncheon at the Rustic Inn with Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. I. O. Westbrook. Mrs. G. O. Poctz, Mrs. S. E. Webb, Mrs. R. A. Berrymnn as hostesses. A business meeting is to follow. Flcielis Class of the First Baptist Church has meeting at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Fred L. Boyett Sr., ut 501 South Lake. Friday WMU Meeting Held At Johnson Home Mrs. Max Johnson was hostess j for a circle program ror members of the Women's Missionary Union of Number Nine Baptist, Church lit her home last night. The program was opened by Mrs. CHffie Johnson.. WMU presidents. Mrs. Raymond Whittle Kavt 1 the devotional, followed by scriptures by Mrs. Bill Johnson and Mrs. Orville Northcutt. Prayer by Mrs. Guy Whitney preceded a business meeting, conducted by Mi's. Johnson. Mrs. M. L. Hnrt nvc the benediction nnd the hostess served cake with iced drinks. Mrs. Clyde Patlon is hostess to members of the Vendrcdi Bridge Club at the home of her mother, Mrs. Garth Castlio, at 7:30 p.m. Luncheon Planned For Scout Groun A luncheon is to 'be held, tomorrow at Hotel .Noble at 1 jj.ni. for Girl Scout troop committee members and lenders, when fiue.-a speaker will be Miss M.U-JC Smith of New York. Miss Smith is a member of the national field slnff, nnd will speak on the organization of an intcr- commvmky st.ndy r.ommitl CD. SALE OF YARD PLANTS • Petunias • Verbenias • Snap Dragons Reg. 1.50 Per Doz. Your Choice Cannas and Dahlias Some Potted Reg. 35c each While the ylast 14 C Each McAdams Greenhouse 206 E. Davis Phone 4549 At the Hospitals Blylhevillc Hospital Dismissed: Miss Rosa Hiivtly, Cily Bonnje Cal'.soll. City P.-Hr'-Parrish. Clly Mrs; Fred Tlirnnge, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Delia Wofford, Piggott Miss Betty Wooldriclge, City Mrs. Hnrolrt Eubanks. City Euln Jenn Tice, Bragg City Bits of News l Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained a marriage license in the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Jack Rice and Miss Phyllis Hoge- Innd, both of Rives. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal were in Memphis Sunday, where they were Joined by their son, Harold Hand of New Orleans, who flew to Memphis for the day with them. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., had as their week tnd guests Mr. and Mrs. John B. Moore and son, Burton, of Clarendon, Ark. Miss Beverly Jones has arrived home from Forrest City, where she spent several days. She went especially for the Alpha Omlcron Pi sorority house party, given at the home of Miss Joan Llndsey. Sunday, the group attended the wedding of a sorority sister. Miss Nancy Cunningham, in Wynne. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fisher and son, J. B.. Jr., left yesterday for a 10-dny vacation in Carlsbad. N. Mex., where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Conway, and In Killeen, Tex., where they will visit Mrs. Fisher's brother. Warrant Officer Burnie Eubanks and Mrs. Eubanks. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley left this morning to attend the session of North Arkansas annual conference at Fayetteville. Mr. Cooley is conference treasurer. Mrs. Jesse M. White. Mrs. Phillip Hord, Miss Lois Fields left yestcr-' day afternoon for Batesville to attend a training school at Arkansas College. They will return home Saturday. Petty Officer 3/c and Mrs. Bufnrd Young announce the arrival of a daughter yesterday in a McKinney, Tex., hospital. She is their first child and has been named Deborah Alice. Petty Officer Young is on a tntir of duty in Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard spent (lie week end in Jackson. Miss., where they attended the wedding of James England. KcUy Jones is among students who attended the Egyptian Mu4c Camp in DuQuoin, III., last week. He arrived home Sunday. Mrs. Homer S. Hodge is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. C. Anderson, and Mr. Anderson in Harinsen, Tex. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Vance Owens and daughter. Deborah Suzzanne. They will return after several weeks there. Edward Lee Pipkin, student at Washington University. St. Louis, arrived this morning to visit his mother, Mrs. A. J. Pipkin and his sister, Mrs. Doris Ptiijlips and children. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace and day to Pocahontas, Ark., where they will make their home at 501 Everett Avenue. Nadene Yowell of Richmond, Calif., has returned home after Kepnding several weeks with Betty Lou Clouse and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Clouse. Nadene accompanied her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Yowell. former residents of Blytheville, who also visited friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrarri and daughter of Memphis spent Sunday with relatives here. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Evrard's sister, Mrs. John Clouse, and thil- dren of Griffin, Ga., who have been guests of the E. B. Woodsons and the Ernest Roes. Police Re-Build Burned House KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (ff) — Last February, Mrs. M. R. Steelmnn cried sottly in the rain as she looked at blackened timbers and gray ashes — all that remained of the small home she had built herself. I Today, she's got a new home — a I three-room, cinder-block house! standing on the same spot — built; by Knoxville police. i "We found that people were glad ' to help," said Sgt. Emory Jackson, president of the Fraternal Order of ' Police. "And the material for the home was almost all donated." "We did the work ourselves when we had some time off from the department " Jackson said. "On days ; off and when our regular shift was over, we'd BO out and work." It' took about three weeks. { Furniture was donated to the j FOP for the most part, and in- j eludes a stove and refrigerator. The FOP l«ndK«p*d th« tcnatl yard. Read Courier Newt Classified Ad«. Preparation ot leather \» tht 014. est craft known to man, being »v»n older than textile weaving. THE NEW AUTOMOBILE LAW BECOMES EFFECTIVE JUNE 11th See us and drive with security. Our insurance is not the CHEAPEST, But you only get what you pay for. Claim Service is the best. -FOR- ''all that's good in insurance" ^ CALL 3361 W. M. BURNS AGENCY OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS Every Nile! Admission Adults 50e Children under 12 FREE CTAnTC TOMITCI TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY STARTS TONITE! THURS-FRI-SAT? MIGHTIEST OF MOTION PICT "CECIL B, DEMiLLE'S Reputation is character minus what you got caught ot. e«t«» AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Llslcn to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Kit* Program Announcements, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvuc. Unxy COIUMBI* PICTURE prtuntl STANLEY KRAMER'S TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY t iT'S ALL ABOUT WHAT EVERYBODY THE - f i^F" TH!KKS ABOUT ! TIME ^CHMllES BOW LOUIS 1QUROAK Also Selected Shorts Ritz Guests Mr. & Mrs. John Mnyes and Family Mr. & Mrs. U. 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