The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 27, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 27, 1948
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PAGE FOUR (AUg.)' COURIER Society 9 Phone 4461 j Dinner Party Is Given ;By Mr. and Mr*. Hagan - Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hagan were host and hostess Sunday when they •ntertalned with * dinner party i honoring Miss Mary Elizabeth Bu- ijarskl of Little Rock and her fiance, 'Richard Roberts, st their home. Mr. .Robert's parents, Mr. and Mis. Dick ; Roberts, and Miss Bujarskl's brother, the Rev. Paul Bujarskl were '•peclal guests. ' The dining table was draped with [an Imported linen cut work cloth anti held as a centerpiece, an at- tractive arrangement o( mixed flowers ui a low crystal bowl, flank; ed by white tapers burning in crys- i til holders. Flacecards ot white 1 miniature wedding bells added to ' the decorations on the table. , Miss was presented a ) gift by Mr. and Mrs. Hagan. ; Military Students Honored 'WithTheatre, Dinner Party Mrs. Jewel Smith was hostess Friday night when she entertained at the Rustic Inn with a dinner and theatre party honoring her son, Marion Smith, and Don Smart, both students at Columbia Military | , Academy in Columbia, Tenn. j Dinner was served at a long tabto i covered with a white cloth and ; centered with an arrangement of mixed flowers In a crystal bowl. The hostess presented each girl with a carnation to wear in her hair. Following dinner, th« ten guests - attended a movie. ;Women's Council Meets :For Business Session The regular monthly business meeting ol the Women's Council .oi the Frist Christian Church was held yesterday at the church for ! a clean-up campaign. ; A covered dish luncheon was , seived at 1 o'clock, alter which .Holland Basketball Royalty Joe Dale, student at the University of Mississippi, Oxford, spent the weekend here as guest of his uncle, Kendill Berry, Mrs, Berry and family. Mr. and Mrs, Donald V. Cole and children. Susan and Donnie of Buy St. Louis, Miss., are spending several days here as guests of Mrs. Cole's mother, Mrs. J. W. Whitworth and family. Mrs. R. C. Medlin and Miss Marie Jaibro of CarutherBvllle, Mo., were guests Sunday ot Mr. and Mrs. W. E. HaiMii and family. Marion Smith and Don Smart returned Sunday to Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Tenn., after spending several days here with relatives. Miss Mary Elizabeth Bujarskl of Little nuck was the weekend guest n' her fiance, Richard Roberts and Ills parents, Mr. and Mis. Dii'k nob- ens, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Diuiiel spent Sunday in Poplar Blurt, Mo., as guest o[ his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. C. O. Daniel. Condition of Miss. Jessie Srite, who was dismissed from Walls Hospital ycstrrday after underdoing a minor operation last week, is much improved, Mr. nnd Mrs, Maurice Snle, formerly of • BlyUicvlllc, have returned from Morrllton to make their home here, where Mr. Sale is employed by the S, J. Cohen Construction Co. Mrs. Martha Baker Graves has returned from Aberdeen Miss ( Miss Mary Alice Pritchard, daughter of Mr. and Mn, W. I, i he? motor'Mrs.j!°w!™ """ | Pritchard, was crowned queen of (he Holland basketball team in a' Bits of News Circle Meetings Held By Methodist W.S.C.S. OSCEOLA. Ark,, Jan. 37.—The Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met In Circle group* yesterday. Circle One met at the home of Mrs Ed Wiseman with Mrs. T W Potter and Mrs. Lizzie Young as co-hostesses. Mrs, O. W. Knight gave ihe devotional and Mrs. Bryan Hendon, chairman, wa» In charge of the business meeting. Mrs. Ouy Robbing was hostess to Circle Two with Mrs. Harry Matlock and Mis. Bruce Corbert as co- nostesse.s-. Mrs, C, M. Martin gave lh« devotional and Mrs, George Abicy, v,as in charge of the business meeting. Miss Nell Rhodes gave a roadine to climax the meeting. Circle Three met at the home ot Mrs. W. B. Plannigan, Mrs. Harry Jones Sr., was in charge of tha worship program and Mrs. Eugene Shaneyfclt conducted, the brief business session, < 'A social hour followed each meeting. We the Women By Rn|h MUHett NEA Staff Writer «y such things as these overdone gtme: "Of course, It's none of my busl- ll! s *T but "" Any P«wnal opinion th»t has to be introduced by that statement 1« better left unsaid. "Johnny did the cutest thing to- da V-" II you must tell the «to- ry about Johnny, don't label It cute Let your listeners decide that for themselves. And before you tell it Ealh MIlleH """' * Ollt ceremony recently In the Holland Gymnasium. She was crowned by Raymond Kenley, captain of the basketball team. Sara Ann Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j. p. Brown, carried the presented to Miss Pritchard and Michael Arthur Slatcn, son of Mr. and Mis A. L. SJaten, was crown bcnrer. Circle Meeting Held Calvary W. M. U. Meets By W. M. U. Members In Homes For Programs Women's M ry Union of th Woman's Missionary Union , B;l !"' 51 Church met in circle ; Calvary Baptist Church met In Rmps « 5Ullcia >' <"»' "Spiritual ' Circle Groups vcstcrriny. Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Chapter D. P. E. 6. Sisterhood meeting at the home of Mrs C W Affllck for 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. L. E. Old win oc hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club members j Mrs. Bill Ferguson will entertain of | Avalon Bunco Club at the home of Mrs. Rupert Crafton, president I B ' ol ' ps ^'"''^ny, wiili ••SplrltiiaP Circle Groups yesterday, presided during the buslnew scs- I 1-ronll « 5 by Counts Bedford ns the i Circle One. met at the home of •'lion. I st ™y boot:i ; Mrs. Hoy Smith with Mrs. S D '"Highlight of the all day meeting! ., Circ ' e - OlIlc mct " l .,," lc . "°" lc Ol -----o — ••--•••• • " j Mis. C. S. Lemons with nine mem- \ Trm Bible study . was the kitchen shower, at which time members brought gifts of ' kitchen utensils or of money to be ' used in buying additional utensils r and supplies for the church. 1 The meeting WHS dismissed by the ! president. ! * * • | Lake Street W.S.C.S. Meets |At Church For Business was taken Irani Mrs. W. p. Mahon on 126 W Kentucky. Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn win be hostess to Town and Thursday Jolly Eight Club meeting at the . s aen ran bers pKjen: Mrs. Peurl Hires open- ' Act.s in the form of a round table , Jo ,, v KlKm cluh „ ort the meeting with prayer and 1 discussion and Mrs. Pleas Rambo homc^of M r, NcvHle Mrs. Lemons gave the lesson study. ; dismissed the group with pravcr. club Eight' mee tln B at ih ' ._ Mrs. C. W. Alihck was hostess to : Mrs Carra Priilll was hkstcss to ! O f Mrs R C AN>n circle Two at ],er home with 11 Circle Two at her home. Mrs. B. C. i Bunco Club bein- PIIIP,.|,I,,»H *f members res Final Rites Conducted For R. E. L. Wilson, IV Funeral sreviccs were conducted In Memphis yesterday for R. E. I, Wilson IV, aged eight, son of Mr and Mrs. n. E. L. Wilson III, of Wilson who died of leukemia following a long illness. The service was conducted by Dean William Sanders and the body was cremated. The child is survived by his parents, two brothers, Michael and Steven Arthur. Women's Circle Meets With Mrs. Hampton OSCEOLA. Ark., Jan. 27—Business Women's Circle of the Pirn Baptist Church met at the home of Mr.,. Charles Hampton vcstcrday afternoon with 13 members nttend- Mis.s Corn Hogan was in charge of the program snd those parttci- IMliiiB were, Mrs. Ha!c Jackson, Mrs. Pe'e Wells, Mrs. J. S. McCants Mrs. D. V. Mallock. Mrs. Earnest Miinn gave the de- votionnl and Mrs. McCants was in charge ol the business meeting. A saiad course was served. Danger Away From Home It has been estimated that out of every 2.000,000 bees that leave a hive,'3.16 per cent cither stray £f% m «.\ a ,r^ -s.rn-fthVr.'poC" «J,,H Very nlce ' thou 8h nothing I would ever choose myself." Pan it if you must, but not In that sweety-sweet fashion. | "She has absolutely no nerson- j'lity." Everybody ha 5V ,T personality. If you're trying to describe her personality, go ahead and de- i •scribe It. Don't just say she hasn't i "1 really should be coins;— " if you should, get up and go if'not relax, and let everyone else relax'' Another Gem "How do you like our town?" ! Any remark addressed to a new- I comer or visitor will get a morel stimulating, anrt probably. More: honest, response than that one ! I can lop that one." Maybe yon ! can.^ but you shouldn't. i "I'm telling you this for your "iwn i Rood." Remember that nobody wants to be told anything for his ' own good. I TUESDAY, JANUARY IT, IMS abundanc* In Peruvian treasure rooms. In one raid, he seized M • 500,000 in pur* go!d. ' R*ad Courier New* Want Adi. 4 V i ** " _ j Butch, o female poodle, Is one of the costliest canines on record. So costly, in fart, that her Chicago masters couldn't ah~<jrri to keep her. Butch has the habit of swallowing cuins She s shi.un with three quarters, three nickels, live pennies nnd a street car token she coughed up at Chicago's Anirnul Welfare I.ea<rue shelter. At The Hospitals Blythcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Gllssie Mae Murray, city. Mrs. Arnold Jones. Cootor. Mo. Mrs. J, B, Wisdom and baby city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mri;. Irene Necly and baby, Holland, Mo. M. S. Merrit. Steele. Mo. depth of only 15 feet. Jlaiiled Gold States Pizarro, Spanish conqueror of Peru, found gold and silver in great Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLC.V 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Tuesday Wednesday IHU»lttfllSESlllUS*,ui KARtABA DAVIO * * *« Us SSB58W Also Short Subject* Thursday and Friday Shallow and Salty Great Salt Lake was created by .settling of the earth's crust. Although it covers an area of square miles, II has an average I ,er ome wt rce wo a er home. Mrs. B. C. Bunco Club bei members present. Mrs. W. Marion Germany opened the meeting with ! the home o I M« Williams EKVC the devotional and rayer. A brief bu.slnc. - ..-°.T. e ^., M "- Williams JKVC tlie devotional and Mrs. E P. Hnrdill and Mrs. Chnrle.s Ray Newcomb gave the lesson study. Mrs. M. W.'Lewis closed the mect- v\itli priuer. prayer. A brief bu.slnc.w session was ' prr.sidrri mpr by Mi's. Jim Engi 'and. Mrs. o, Webster gave the •ene Ellis. Circle Three met at the home of MI.I. J. L. Niiljcrs with II members Woman's Society of Christian' .>i"i. J. i. miucrs witn u members' Service oi the l^ke Street Metho- ' attending. Itrs. Tom W. Jackson ! '"' n - vcr ' - ~*....»*... « A n lc jjArve oueei, .\icino- ituemmig. .MIS. loin w. JacKson "dist-Church, met at, tlie church ' "Jicncd the meeting with prayer and iyestej:day afternoon for a buflncas Mrs. H. H. Brooks and Mrs". Lloyd 'meeting and. program. Thirteen ' .members and two guests, Mrs. Lacey mcclinc. followed each : Ai '' At Itickmon g;ive the lesson study. .„. „ ....,* U n u frucoio, mi.v ijacuy i Mrs, C. E. Edds was hostess at ; Gordon and Mrs, Irene Kellow at- i her home to members ot Circle Four ;tended. , with 10 attending. Mrs. Bertie . | Mrs. o. T. Shimlln give the de- i Hawks opened I lie meeting with ; Yobonsl taken from Luke and Mrs. ' Prayer snd Airs. AMn Huffman Jr I t H. E. Tinker, gave the opening i the le.=son study. ! , A11s ;: ei > BL1 " Traj'sr Mr,. Billy King read a poem Circle Five met at the home of j !]'„.°\!;j™'"\, were I 10 -?" 0 ' '^ "Prayer" and Mrs. H. H. Ble- 1 Mrs. Cnarles Penn with seven mem- il ,.', . Cy , cntcvlami;rt th <> miBhi n,. , . -. .. , . ' lmm i Young Woniens Auxiliary ol the x , , T , , ,. I . W. A. Meets r n POI' ri'Ogratn „..„. Cliflie and Max- .Tins taught the second chapter of <the Mission Study book "Great. .Prayers of the Bible". : Mrt, Don Lutz and Mrs. Ivcrson . Morru assisted Mrs. Blerlns Mr.; ;W. L. Green vice-president, was in . charge ol the business meeting .when a spiritual lite commute" bers present. Tlie devotional w;>s Sivcll by Mrs. S. M. Hood and tho apeiilng prayer by Mrs. G. V. Daws. Mrs. Pc file Icssou study. Mrs. C. M. Smart wus hostess it her home to members or Circle Six with 11 niL-nibors attending. The opening prayer was given hj Mrs. i Fll'.st Baptist Church at the church. The program was titled "Special Work ol Foreign Missions" and the devotional was given by Miss Billie Jean Turk. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. _,— „,,_ vut 1111 ni. 1,1:1; I «>'v ii ii it, jn.i^ ui \s.i^ Jii\ t*ll tlv 'VllS i •composed of Mrs. C. T. Sliamlin. I Charles R.i7cr and Mis. Hmnrt gave I ij -, 1 rf 11 ?!* 11 ' S ' Grcen ' Mrs - Blevins the lesson study. The closini; ])ray- i AUS. / homas Accepts •* °*° rKe Shank£ was " p - " ™ off< " crt bs MIS - R ' w ' Woin - I ^st in Washi . Mrs. C. M. Baxter dismissed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. McHaney Is Hostess To G. E. 0. Club, Guest • Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney was hostess last night when she entertained members of the O E O Club and one guest. Miss Frances McHaney at her home During the bridge games. Mrs. J. O. Ellis Jr. won high score and Mrs. Joe Evrard. britigo. The hostess served relreshments 01 a dessert course. Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. Jewel Smith Mrs. Jewel Smith was hostess offered by Mrs. R. w. Wou't- Refrcslmicnt.s were served at each meeting. Housegucst Complimented une i V-UUl|JlllIieill At 0. W. McCutcher, Ho Mrs., O. W. McCutchcn nnd Mrs. Audreanel Freeman were hoslessc.* last night at the M:Cmchcn home. when they entertained with a briclse party complimenting Mrs. ,\fc- Cutchen's houscguest, Mrs. Joe Kirby ol Piuasould. Whrn bridge snnu'.s wore played durins '.he evfinns, prizes were won by Mr.', w. D. Chamblin lor huh arm Mrs. Foy Elchirson, second Mrf. Kirby also was (invented wiih a gitt by the hostesses. A salad course was served. Presbyterian Auxilinrv in Washington, D. C. , Mrs. John W. Thomas, who for ! llu- last three years has been teaching science and physical education in Biytlu-vlllc Junior High School, hus accepted the position as executive sec.ctary to Rep. E. C. "Took" GHthiii'.;?. in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Thomas, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. M. A. Isaacs is succeeding Mr.;. Jack Thomas Hale, who was | uclore her recent marriage. Miss . ElliK'Uia Crawlord. Mrs. Thomas will leave Thursday lor Washington. s Rustic Inn, complimcnt- her mother, Mrs. M. G. Goodwin who was celebrating her birthday. An out-of-town guest was Mrs W N. Stanton of Raytown, Mo., "who Is visiting with her sister, Mrs E. i D. Ferguson, and Mr. Ferguson. ; Following luncheon, which was , icrved at a table centered with an -. attractive arrangement of mix-d j flowers, bridge was played. Mrs. . Goodwin won high score and Mrs. . George W. Pyles, second high. s " •— •") '^''"" riu.\ni<uy •••• u,i- S Observes 'Week of Prayer' ! !^ ANNOUNCEMENT I The "Weil Child Clinic" which was to have been held tomorrow Rt | the Health Unit, under sponsorship I of the United Council of Church J Women, has been postponed. Datn for tl-.e next clinic to be held will announced later. Octette Club meeting at the home of Mrs. R. c. Rose. Thursday Luncheon Club" meeting Thursday Contract Club meeting at the home of Mrs. G. E. Keck. Civic Calendar Tuesday American Lccion—7:30 Wednesday Kiwanis Club I2:io p.m. Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. p.m. Osceo/o Events Tuesday Boys and Girls basketball game. Osceols vs Luxora, 7:30 p.m. here. Wednesday Week of prayer, First Presbyterian Church meeting at the home of Mrs. George Doyle. Two table club" meeting at the home of Airs. C. C. Bowen at 2:30 p.m. Mission study i,t First Methodist Church at 7:00 p.m. Bible study and prayer at First Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. Thursday Week of prayer. First Presbyterian Church mectins at the home of Mrs. Boh Cramer. Krwsnis Club at 7:00 p.m. »t the Elementary School. Friday First Presbyterian Church, week of prayer meeting at the home of Mrs. Steve Bowker at 9:3o a.m. Two table club meeting with Mrs. D. Fred Taylor at 2:00 p.m. Girls and boys basketball game. Shawnce vs Osocola, there. 8:00 p.m. Meeting There will be » regular meeting of the Order of the Eastern star tonight, 8 o'clock, at the Masonic Hail. Members of the Presbyterian Auxiliary met yesterday afternoon at the church for a stuiy and prayer service in observance of the "Week of Prayer". The study book. "Committed Jnto Us", u-hicli Is being discussed tms week at the church was in charge of Mrs. E. A. Rice. Assisting on the program were Mrs J c Lowe, of the F lrs t Christian church' Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd and Mrs Walter Day. IRE YOU DISCOURAGED because you suffer distress from r;; FEMALE COMPLAINTS V NWVOUS, *^ rt * na try '* vmuulir un'. Compound la what tlTe. it on on. s VEGETABLE COMPOUND Satisfaction Guaranteed.. u*« your own lavorit* <url*ri Contains: (re™ loMen Exdusiv* PlattMM Cap End Paptn Applicators and DirKtions WOOD'S 221 W. 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