m,rniF,viLj,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUKSDAY, NOVEMBER «5, JJ47 Shower Compliments M«s Shirley Barliam Miss Shirley Burham, bride-elect ol Bouse Harp, wax complimented !Ml night when Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock entertained with a kitchen shower tt her home, MO N. 13th Street-.. The dining (nble w«s centered with » Hotting arrangement ol yellow button chrysanthemums Hank- ed by yellow Upers burning in crystal holders. The gift table held a large box topped with » multi-colored ribbon corsage 1 . • Mr*. Allan Stacy won the prize in the flower nnd plant game played. Mrs. H. I* H'rp and Mrs. George Baiham vere special guesls and the btlde-*lecb wore a two piece ballerina ttyle dress of black taffeta with a multl-colortil top. The hostess served a dessert course. Mrs. Vinson'Married To Edwin E. Matthews • Mr. and Mrs. H. L. FLsher o! Cnpe Glr*rd»u, Mo., formerly of Blythc- • vlll*, announce the marriage of their daughter Mrs. Oeraldlne Vinson, to Edward S. Matthews also of Cape Girardeau. Th.e wedding was solemnized Nov. 21 at the Memorial Baptist Church with the Rev. E. V. Scruggs offl- claUnc. * Their attendants were Mr. and Mr». C. A. Copeland. They plan to,make their home In St. Louis,, where Mr. Matthews Is employed at nearby Lambert ALr Field, Robertson, Mo. Baptist Women Meet For Mission Study Jniled Council Meets At Christian Church "Power for Peace" was the study book chosen lor discussion »t the meeting of the United Council at Church Women held yesterday at Hie first Christian Church. Hie all dfcy meeting began at 10 o'clock In Ihe morning, Mr?. Hugh WhlLsItt was in charge of the program assisted by Mr«. y. Hartzog who spoke on "Chris- linn Responsibility for World Order", Mrs. Roy Walton who chose Ihe topic "Work of the Church In Promoting World Order", Mrs. C. M. Gray whose subject was 1 "Or- Ranlzallon of, the United Nations", and Mrs. J. C. Lowe who spoke on "Working or the General Assembly and Ihe Security council". Mrs. C. If Wylle chose for her mbjecl "World Court of Justice"., Mrs. H, H. Blcvlns spoke about "Human Relations Commission' and "Spiritual Application" was the subject chosen by Mrs. Allen D Stewart. Mrs. J C. Ellis Sr.. president o: the local United Council presided over the short business meeting when plans were made for the Council to assist the Departmen of Public Health In maintaining a baby clinic here nnd also for the city wide observance of Easter to Bits of News Mis. McHaney Hostess Fo G.E,0. Club, Guest Mil. Joseph W. McHnncy was o.stfss Ir.st nlxlit lo nicmueis of lie a. K. O. Club nnd one RUesl Hiss FrencM MeHnney, enlerlnln- inK at her home. In the bridge (jamcs played Miss Jewel Icilye Huffman won high and Miss Vein Ooodtlch won brldgo. Entertaining rooms of the home were decornUd with chiy«nthe- mums in Fall shade:. The hostess served refreshments of R dessert course. Mrs. Vest Is Hostess Mlsn Jo Aim Shanks and Miss Macbeth (loiters, who are studente »t Texas' .State Collcxc for Women, Dcnton, Tex,, will arrive tomorrow lo spend the Thanksgiving holidays will] their parents, Mr. nnd Mia, Joe .Shanks and Mr. and the Friday before Easter. committee be held Also a will be elected nnd installed In March. A descriptive slide (Mm tilled "How To Prevent War" wos shown by the Rev. H. f. Balrd and Mrs. Balrd played Ihe new chimes during the meeting. A covered dish luncheon was served by the Wonmns Council nf tho First Christian Church with Mrs. Rupert Crallon .1" charge. To Sorority Members Mrs, James Vest was hostess last night tu members of the Alpha Beta Chapter of the Epsllon Slfma Alpha at her home. Miss Frances Damon won the Thanksgiving turkey which wa» raffled last night at the meeting. The number was drawn by Miss Josephine Hnll. Methodist Women Meet In Circle Group* OSCEQLA, Ark., NOV. IS.—The Woman's Society of Christian Service of tho First Methodist Church Pupils Are Presented In Recital at Osceofa - OSCEQI.A, Ark., Nov. 28.— Pupils of Mrs. Ualkin C. Fowlaton priented the first of the serlex Of piano recitals lafct night at the high school here.. Students participating were Stan Bander*, Jimmy Simmon', Virginia O&borne, Connie Edrington, Cai'o- lyn Fay Bobbins; Linda U>u DAvlet, Patsy Hunt and Carlena Hovy. Vela Mae Porter, Jo R»y Sim' moil!, Carol Anne Boyette, Barbara Ann Shaneyfelt, Betty Jo« Mrs. F. A. Roger*. Jim dales, a student, »t William College, Liberty, Mo, will arrive tomorrow to spend the Brmdsliaw, Ani Thanksgiving holidays' with hlsiJar.e Bunn. parents Mr. and Mrs. ,r. v. Oates, He will be accompanied by Don Whit* of- New York, also a student there, who will spend th? holidays here with Mr. and Mrs. Oatc.r Mr. and Mrs. Hiinler Hughes and son. Hunter .Jr., will leave tomorrow for Little Roclc> where they will spend Ihe Thanksgiving holl- dajs with their daughter Mrs. Fred M. Hoi torn nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Seymore arc the parents ol a daughter born sun- day afternoon a.t Walls Hospital. Their ihlrd child, she has been nnmed Susie Marie. Mr. and Mrs. James Hill Jr., left last night for Shreveport, La., wherf they will attend the wedding tonight of Miss Rosemary McClurg lo Charles Moore of Shrcveport. They I'endcrgrmt, Frank Watson. Joan Cook, Niincy Welborn, Jean Driver Kendrlek, Ethelyn Fletcher, Ann Bovy, Blllle Oalncs Mann, Mary Ann White and Martha Rehearsal of the Muoiah will be held tor.lght, 7:30 p.m. .it the First Baptist Church. There will be no rehearsal Wednesday night. Christmas holidays here also. Hobby Joe Gilllland is the name glvcln to the son born to Mr. and Mrs. Joel Qllllland, Nov. 12 at thi Ulythavlllc Hospital. Mrs. Glllilani Is the former Miss Edna Beshearse Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Atkinson. Mrs.' Jcsso Seeman, Mrs. E. W. Simmons and Mrs, Pearl Hires Will s[>end today In Memphis. 'Ilie son born to MX. and Ma 1 *. Plans Revival 'I 1 he Rev. O. S. Free Plans for a series of Thanksgiving revival services in the First Churcn of the Nazarcne here were nn- nounced today by the pastor, the Rev. Daniel Stafford. The services will be conducted by the Rev, O. S. Free, of Little Rock, starting tomorrow at 7:15 j Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday - Tok'ii and Country—Mrs. Cornrv iK Mocllnger. Chapter O. of P. E. O. Slslerhu ,i I meeting with Mrs. W. C, onus-mid I Mrs. W. J. Robbing at the Uobh.Mi; home at Sleclc, Mo., at 1 p.m. Alpha Alpha Charter of Buui Sigma Phi having Thanksgiving Dance at Hotel Noble. Thursday Cotlllton Club having tea dniico fit the Hotel Noble Irom 5 to 10 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman noblnson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Blttncr, Mr. and Mrs. Fnrris McCalla and Mr. nnd Mrs. Monroe Crnln will be hosts and hostess. Friday Mrs. Gus Ebcrdt, Mrs. W. D. Cobb and Miss Ethel Eberdt entertaining with a party complimenting Miss Shirley Darham, bride-elect. Mrs. Cornelius Schcrer entertaining C. B. C. Club at her home. Saturday Mrs. W. S. Johnston, Mis. J. C. Ellis Sr., Mrs. George W. liarham and Mrs. V/. R. Campbell entertaining with a tea-shower from 3 to 5 p.in, at the Womans Club honprlng Miss Eugenia Crawford, brldc-clcct of Jack Hnlc. Sunday Mlbs Piindorin Whitwqrlh will be- nbroad. , The company'* vice praddent In charge ol production is Sidney Sal- kow, writer-director from Molly, wood. Promptly r«ll*V» couch* f1 TIGHT ACHING CHEST COLDS MUSTEROIE p.m. and continuing through Sun- I come the bride of Jack Owen in The Women's Missionary Union /-*t : »* i o t --•'-•••- Uub Members, Quests of HrRt Bapllst Church met yestcr- «l»y afternoon In circle groups for minion study. Mrs. J. L. Nabers WHS hostess to 13 members of Circle One when Mrs. Kendall Berry nave the olndy «nti ••Mi,! Cordelia. WllhlU mid Mrs. Marlon Williams olf?''ert prayer.' linlertained At Party Mrs, Snni Slke.i was hostess yesterday to members of the Haeha- Vioma. Brlds;c Club 1'iid two other Riicsls. 'Mis. Fred Sfiidcfnr of Kor- iiinifi Okln., hovisrii'itst oi Wr. unit Circle Tn-o met wit), :>m. K. P. Mls - H'"'«'«" BcslitaiM, and Mrs. ilardln witli memberc present. Mrs. R. C. McWatcrs gave the devotional on Thanksgiving ^nd prayers were given by Mrs. C. M. Smaxt, Mrs- E. F. Blomeyer and Mrs. M. W.Lewis, , v • Mrs. D. B. Bledso* gave the study when Mrs. E. X,. Hale wns hostess to aeven members of Circle Three »t her home at Armoi el, Mrs. Harry FrlUuIs and Mrs. Blcd- soe le<i In prayers. Mrs. R. p. Cash was hostess to Circle Four members when Alvln Huffman Jr., gnve Ihe stiidy for the eight present. Mrs. Charles Penn• and Mrs. Ebb-Carson gave prayers. Mrs. R. E Blayloclc was hosless to nine members of Circle Five Then Mrs. Uoyd Stickmon was mission study leader. Mrs. Roy Head gav e a prayer. . Mrs. E. K. Stevens taught the study when Mrs. Alvln Huffman Sr., was hostess to nine members of Circle Six and Mrs. E. C. Brown Ollo Scrape. Mrs. Sandefur won high and Mrs. Scrape won second In the bridge games played. In the club tournament which ended last night Mrs. Foy Etchlson was winner of the high score anil Mrs. W. H. Hutson won second prl7*. The home was decorated with white cnrnatloiyi and holly berries. The hostess served refreshment? of Iced drinks and assorted party tcrnoon with Circle ( One In the home of Mrs. Joe W. Rhodes with Mrs. J. L. Ward and Mrs, Joe Rhodes Jr., as co-hostesses. Mrs. J. L. Lovelace, chairman, presided and conducted the business and Mm. Rhodes gave the da- votlonnl. Seventeen members were present. Circle Two mel In the home cf Mrs. K. S. Ashmore, with 20 nii'rn- bcrs present. Mrs. George Abrey chairman .conducted the business session and Mrs. Bruce Colbert nave Ihe worship program. Mrs. Emmllt Dunn, Mrs. Guy Taylor and Mrs. Victor Bell served as co-hostesses. Circle Three met With Mrs. r. O. Gwyn with 16 members attending. Mrs. y.usene Shaneyfelt, chairman, opened the meeting and Nils. Harry Jones £!xve tile devotional. 5 wcr^.ieived at each mBCllnj. and Mrs. E. ers. B.^Woodson led pray- Officers' Are Elected At Church Club Meeting Hermon Ciu'llon was elected president of the Men's Club o[ First Presbyterian Church at R meeting last night at the church. Other officers elected to serve with him are Fnrris McCalla, vice president and Wlllard Pease secretary and treasurer. W. M: U. Ha* Meeting At Baptist Church OSCEOLA, Ark., Novi" 25.—The WomHxVs Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met at the church yesterday for an all day meeting. The pastor, the Rev. RUE sell J. Clubb conducted' a study on "Missions," and he gave a book review entitled "That the World .May Know." . ( -'-Pf'4 1 ; Mrs. A. T. GUscoe, president, was In charge of the. business ,i session and save Ihe closing prayer. Luncheon was served. | will return home Wednesday morn- 1 ng. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Abbott art n Foit ^Meyers, Fin., where they spending ten days with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Adams will lave as their guest over the Thanksgiving holidays, Mrs. Ad nins 1 niece, Miss Catherine Harris of PortaKCVlUc, Mo. Mrs. K- F. Still is spending today In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cary and daughter, Carmen, will leave tomorrow for Monllccllo, Ark,, where they will visit with their daughter, Mrs. I^wrence Edwards nnd Mi-. Edwards over the Thnnkjsglv Ing holidays. Mrs. B. F. Gay is spending several days In Columbus, Miss,, as guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gay Jr., and family. She was motored to Memphis by Mrs. C. W. Garrl- gan, Gay Garrlfjan and Ranione CraJton. Miss Wanna. Bnrham vail arrive tosnoivow to opcnd the 't'haaks- Rivlng holidays here with Mr. and Mro. Cecil Lowe iind family and her aunt. Miss Lorene Oldhnm. Miss Km ham, R student at Gulfport College, Oultport, Miss., Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bnrham of Colorado Springs, Colo-, formerly of Blythevlllc. Mrs. James B. Clark left this morning lor 'Dawson Springs, Ky., whore she will join Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Sluokey and go with them to Louisville^ Ky., to attend the .tia&ghter. Sh& also J " wedding of Following election of officers Ihe . ] Ark-Mo quartet, composed of E. 5. Pie or cake is easier to cut if i Thomas, Jimmy Richardson, Joe the talfo Is first dipped in boiling ! Hughes nnd Harman Taylor, s»ng water. ' several songs. At The Hospitals IHvlhrvIM*. Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. D. chunblln, city. Shenrnn Smith, city. William A. Fires, Rlverdale. Charles Webb, Luxora Wills HoipU»l Dismissed: Eugene George, Rtc. l f city. Mrs. J. Q. Mirell and l»by Steclc, Mo. Mrs. pearl Morris, Luxora. Ark. Mrs. Ulllnn McDonald, Steele. ' Mr*! A. B. Di*on, Rte. 1, city. uni plaha another relative In Jefferson Town, Ky., before returning home. Mis Virginia Swenreiigcn and Bob Peterson, students at. the Unlvcr Mty of Arkansas, Fayettevllle. will arrive 'home tomorrow night to spend the Thanksgiving holidays Wayne K. Payne Nov. 1« »t Walls Hospital has been named Michael Edwin. Mrs. Payne is the former Miss Ruth Trsmmcll. Maureen Norrls, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Samuel K. Norris and a student 'at St. Cecelia's Academy. Nashville, Tenn,, will arrive late today lo spend the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents. She will accompany Mr. and Mrs. Chester Danehower of Osceola, who motored to Nashville yesterday for their daughter, Miss Patricia Danehower, and for Miss Emma Con Jr., and Patsy Miller all ol Osceola, also students at St. Cecelia's They will return to Nashville Sunday. •Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor, Edward McGregor and Lonnie Gilbow returned yesterday from Booneville, Ark., where Mrs. McGregor went for a check-up. She Was dismissed yesterday after having undergone treatment for the past three years. Mr. Oilbow went especially lo visit with his wife who IS'R patient there. Her condition is much improved. Mrs. M. A. Isaccs and daughter, Mrs. John Thomas, left yesterday for Bristol, Va., where they will spend the Thanksiiiving holidays v.Hh friojicX £n rotlte home thej also will aiiind the University of Tennessec-Vanderbilt football' game to be played Saturday at Knoxvtlln Condition of Miss Joyce OIU, wh< is a patient at the Walls Hospital Is tatlsfactory today. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. D. Hammock Sr. and son, Gordon, will leave tomor row to spend the Thanksgiving holi days in Atkins as guests of the! parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F.,£mmer and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hammock. Condition of Mrs W. D. Chamblin who was dismissed today from the Blythevlllc Hospital Is satisfactory. Sho has been undergoing treatment lher c for Ihe past several days. Mrs. Fred Sandcfur of Norman, Okla., is here for an extended day, Dec. 7. All Member Day will be observed next Sunday In tho chinch school and efforts are bciiiK nade to have every member prc- ent. ceremony l at 4 p.m. first Methodist Churcn Osceola News Condition of Billy Kersey, who iuffercd a log injury in the foot>all game with Elaine here last •Ylday night, is much Improved. Mrs. Elliott Sartaln, who entered i FOOTBALL: Civic Calendar / Tuesday American I egion—7:30 p.m. Wednesday Khvanis Club--12:10 p.m. Lanse P.T.A. Executive Bnard— 2:30 p.m. folliwed by P.T.A.—j'OO p.m I.Rt :l Factory (rained Expert do the job fur you as it should be done — all work unconditionally guaranteed. the Methodist Hospital in Mem>his last week to undergo a major operation, is reported resting well. Mrs. J. Lan Williams and son of Joncsboro, are the guests of her mother Mrs. Mary Clay Huglicy :his week. Mr. Williams will join them here Wednesday. Sam Coble Is a patient in the Baptist Hospital Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Harwell nnd Miss Nelle Rhodes have returned Irom Bedford, Va.. where they were the guests of their daughter and niece, Mrs. Phil Burks and family for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs, David S. "Lancy have returned from Alton. . 111., where they spent Ihe weekend with their son, D^vid S. Lancy Jr, a student in Western Military Academy. Students expected to spend Thanksgiving holidays with their families include. Billy-Shippen, Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Tenn., Bob Van Wey, Junior Anderson. Bobby Watson, W. R Holifield, Denver Wilson. Glenda Maxwell. Betty Jean Colcmnn, Dick and Betty Ann Prewitt, Bobby Williams, Fred Banister and Austin ltaoor e all from the University Arkansas, Fnyettevllle, Melvln Waggoner Jr.. John Ijillicrap, Ro; Rogers, Tommy Banister, Bill Seaton, nil from the Arkansas Polytechnic College, Russellville, Ark., Bill Watson from Arkansas State College, Joncsboro, and Walter Hen- Junior High Paps vs Bcllcvnc— | Here. Thursday Rolarv Club—12:10 p.m. FOOTBALL: Senior High Chicks vs For City—Thtic. DHEIFUS 31H WEST MAIM ST IT OIU IN UrmfYILU.MiMrHISANfi BTtUWM .,.-., . i ViUJECgt:, juiu,Vii7ui u, iiuu VYitln;i n.t:iL- visit with Mr. and .Mr£ Herman | flrL d clco . B h f Beshearse and family. She Is Mrs. Besliearfie's sister. Local Option Vote Date Set tor Baxter County with their p.ijents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swenrengcn Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Peterson, They will bfi met In [dttle Rock by M* and Mrs. H. N. Swearengen Jr. Mrs. Henry L. Duhot and" infant daughter. Lllile Jnnnc, arrived yes- MOUNTAIN HOME. Ark.. Nov. tcrdny from the Dr. J. L. Van- 25. (UP) — Dec. 18 has been set Hooser Hospital. Smlthvlllc, Tenn., I as the dale for a local option clec- to spend several weeks with her | tion In Baxter County. The date parents, Mr and Mrs. J. E, Meal | was set yesterday by County Judge Mr. Duhot' Is expected to arrive j Fay Nelson, from Paris. France, to spend the 1 Baxter County voted dry in 1945. Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main St. * i . Toiletries in the Dunhill tradition, subtly fra- granced, superbly packaged, supremely correct. • In Spiral bottles, or Personalized with your initials. After Shqv* lotfon*'.. . 4 ox. $2.00 ... 8 or. $:i.50 Cologne* . ,. 4 at. $3.00 ... 8 or. $5.00 Sdorine Bowl, $2,00 ... tftrtir Short, } 1.00 ... IrviMtn »««, »t.04 ... laic,' |I,M THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street lake years off your step with this popular Gold Cross Shoe Osceola Events Wednesday Progressive Club Food Sale— Missco Implement Co., 9:30 n.m. Sunday School Lesson—First Bap- list Church, 7:00 p.m. Bible and Prayer Service—First BapliEt Church, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Union Thanksgiving Services— First Bapliat Church, 9:00 a.m. Oaceola ' Seminoles vs. Marked Tree—at Marked'Tree, 2:00 p.m. Kiwanis Club—Elementary School, 7:00 p.m. Benefit Dance sponsored by Junior Chamber of Commerce, Community House, 10:00 p.m. tion pictures in the Philippine? with the' aid of experts from Hollywood, was announced by Frank J Courtney, former United States naval officer. Courtney, vice president in charge of public relations of the new lirm. announced that the chairman of the board is Judge Mameiio Rosa-,, brother of Ihe president, while the vice president Is Marcial Llchnuco, government corporate counsel. The president is, Herman Yaras, head 1 two fijm companies. Production is scheduled to begin early next year, according to Courtney, who said the company's plans called for the production of at least 28 pictures annually. The films will Inc., which plans to produce mo- be distributed both locally nnd No passes iionoied on Sunday at Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Continuous Shows Every Day Sox Office" Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLON . 8:00 n.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:39 p.m. Ihe Roxy Tuesday -and Wednesday Henderson at Arkadelphln. Philippine Company To Make Movies MANILA (UP)- Establishment of United Philippine Artists (UFA), At GUARDS 7 Also Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every Day The Famous Foundation No. 1 Fit-Tested to insure Heavenly Comfoir Younger-feeling, rcslcd feet moan a younger looking, happier you. Thai's why lliis trim ami lircleES Gold Cross Shoe is so popular willi busy women everywhere. It's Fil-Tcslfid, keeps you swinging along will) an ffager, school-girl stride. Slip into a pair of lliese wonderful shoes loday. You'll say ihcy'rt hcavcn-ou-hccl?. CROSS SHOES AMIIICfc't UNCMAUINeiB SMOI VALUI Telrchron rlrrlric mantel clocks in lusttoui lucuc. Faramuunl News ana snorts Continuous Showing 1:15 p.m.-11:00 p.m. Bo.v Office Opens (i:30; Show Start! 6:15 Tuesday and Wednesday DOUIH,R KKA.TUKE IS HIS PASTIME! SIDNEY ' . TOLER CHARLIE MORIIAMD ^ SIM TOUNG .... CHANDim MONOOIAM riClUII Ghost Goes Wild with James Ellison and Ann Gwynn up Well-known maVe silvcr- p|*te. Service for eight , double or three - strand pedrli in gradual. ing iiiei. Rhinestone catch. PAY WEEKLY OR MONTHLY GUARD'S Jewelry Store Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday »nd Sunday Last Frontier • Uprising with Monte *nd Short Cont'rt Shows Sat. 1Z:» t» H;J» Cont. Showing Snndiy I;M-1I:M Admission Adults ZSe, T»* Incl.
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