The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 10, 1948
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r I PAGB FOUR 'aciety etud. Phone 4161 [Ruth Virginia Rauch Wed [To Warren Ersel Clark i St, Andrew'* Cathedral. Little 'Rock. »M th« setting Saturday Imornlms for the double ring cere- imony ol Mis* Ruth Virginia Rauch, s daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John {Alexander Rauch to Warren Ersel ,Clark, ion ol Mrs. Gage R. Clark i of Blfthevillc. Thi R«v. j. W. Rauch j officiated at the nuptial mass when , TORS »-er« exchanged before Ihe al- it«r banked with greenery, with [baskeU of gladioli on cither side. | The bride waa given In marriage i by her father. She was gowned in i ivory satin with the bodice having {• seed peafl design at the round , neckline. The long sleeves ended in Presbyterian Women Meet In Circles For Program The Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church met in circle groups yesterday with "Do 1 Have What it Taken", a., the subject of the progrxnu. Circle One met yesterday afternoon at Ihe home ul Mrs" Byron Morse with 10 members attending Blong with one visitor. Mm. C. M. Gray, Mrs. Hcrmon carlton wa* the prosmm leafier, nsslsled by Mrs Willard Pease. ClrcU. Two met «t the home o( Mrs. JC.SOT M. Wlilte with 12 members present. Mrs E. M Mccall was leader of program. - p ilI Circle Three met with Mrs, Calvary W. M. U, Meets f'or Regular Pi'ogram of met In the Women', Missionary Union Calvary Baptist Church • • J r-i\H tile of their program being "Financing the Kingdom." Circle one met at, the home of Mrs. Inland Hnrigc. Mrs. Darrel Lunsford. president, save the op""'-IT prayer and presided during business .session. Devotional frtvcn by Mrs. J. o. Cherry, Olhers pmilcfp.Tilnc on the pro- «rnm were Mrs. lla/.ol Aycock, MI'S the . Gentry, Mrs. Inez MM. Riven by Mrs. (ARKJ OOURICT NXW1 Bits of News Mr«. Lydl» McGhe* «nd t«rs, Mliis Jo McQh« and Miss Social Calendar Chapter D, P. E, O. will meet at I o clock at the home of Mr« Hermon C.rlton »-lth Mr., o. P. R, moo M co-hosteM, Seekers Sunday School claw 'of the First Methodist Church *n Mr. and Mrs. starling Bunch Jr nre spending several week* with Mrs. Bunch's parent* In Kennedy Teas ._, -------- „ ..... ..^.i to Avalon Bunco Club. »t the hostess Lunsforn prayer and w<w Mr. a»,d Mrs. James Davis and Usslie Davis, of Shreveport, La | 0 /t yesterday after spending the weekend here with their mother, Mrs J A. Davis and other relatives. Mrs. Gage Clark returned yesterday /ram Little flock where she at- ended the wedding Saturday of and the skirt swirled into a train. Mrs. Waller Day was In charpe"ol' with'"?!!™. 0 ' M*r Ultlcmn *.a,T n-nr «...._!.. i- .... .I,- ... ... '""ti^ "i *Mlll [HTee |H*r illusion vei! was caught to her head with .a braided coronet hav- -ing clusters ol pearlizcd orange ,'blossonij at either side. Her show. er bouquet was of stephanotis cen- itered with a white orchid, j Miss Martha Jsne Rauch, her . sister s maid of honor, wore an i American Beauty shade frock of i taffeta and Miss Joan Rauch, an[ other sister, was in a cold shade mo,del. They wore matching hats nnd (carried colonial bouquets of Atner[Ican Beauty and Talisman roses. , Vinson Allen served Mr, Clark as i best man and ushers were Clill 'Terrell of Memphis, Haro:rl Drey| fuss. Robert Cook anrt William i Queen. - A reception followed in the Rauch home tor members ol both i families ana inlimiue Iricnds. Assisting m .serving were .Mrs. Given l Martin, Miss Bobble Bradley, Miss | Betty Herring, Miss Patricia Masi «y and Miss Patricia Gibson of < Memphis. The bride's book was in I charge of Mrs. Harry B. Worlcy. , Mr. and Mrs. Clark left on a i wedding trip to St. Louis anri Chi]| cage. They will reside in Quinr.v. [III. where Mr. Clark Is associated , with radio nation WGEM. j Baptist Circles Meet | In Homes For Program The Women's Missionary Union .of the First Baptist Church met in 'circle groups yesterday. , Circle One met at the home of iMrs. J. . \Ve.stbroolc with 11 mem- 'bers attending. The opening pray- [er was given by Mrs. E. C. Brown :*nd Mrs. C. S. Lemons was m 'charge o[ the mission study. Mrs. ,C. L. McWatert closed the mcct- fins with prayer. 1 Mrs. Cleo Llligston was hostess Jto rfici'nUtii or Circle Two, with 12 ..members present. Mrs. C. W. Afflick gave the devotional and pray- ;ers were given by Mrs. Afflick and (Mrs. Charles Ncu'comb. The lesson i was lauqht by Mrs, Charles Ray Ts'ewcomb. . Circle Three met at the church !With Mrs. R. F. Maxwell as hos- •tcss. Fifteen members attended. iThe opening prayer was given by i Mrs. \V. Marion Williams and Mrs. [Lloyd Stickmon taught the lesson. i Mrs. Albert Euderiin gave the de- ivotional and Mrs. H. H. Brooks, thtf I ; closing prayer. I Mrs. E. B. Woortson was hostess ! the program. Mrs. Erwln Jones was . s .„»„-.,., last night at her home to 11 mcm- bew of circle Four and two visitors, Mrs. Martha Graves and Mrs. C. . Il.imfoo. Mrs. Tom Drown and 'k'rs. OpeniiiiT prnyer . . Riven by Mr.s. VmiDii noyd and r-s gnvr Ihe rtrvo- e Vcslblndor wlio tl: Warren E. Clark to of Mr. , n <f Mrs/Tohn 1 hei former .^ (laughter Rauch. nlao the «st of M licmuivs sister M , o N H •» .nd /.ml,,'. Dr. SS ^hen» professor at the University nn and they arc on a the Town and Country Club meet- Ing at tlit home of Mrs. Cornelius Monmger. Wednesday Bridge club being entertained by Mrs. Harry Kirby TburMla.r Jolly Eight Club meeting ,t the home of Mr«. Albert Enderiin. Mrs. M, N. Nunn entert«f n |,,g Octette Club members. j Mrs, E. R, Lancashire hostess to! Ihiirsday Contract Club members ' Mrs. H. G, Partlow entertaining Club Eight members. Mid-Week Club being entertained by Mrs. W. L. Homer. Seekers Sunday School School Class of the First Methodist Church Circl» Meetings Held By Baptiit W. M. U. _. C * CIE0 ^A- Ark.. Feb. 10-The W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church met in circle groupu yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'elocX. Circle One met In the home of Mr« Halt Jackson with Mrs. Ha Tucker u co-hostew. Mrs. J. T Rhoadn waa in charge nt the pro- TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1», We the Women Money Is the number one cause for arguments between husband! *nd wives, .cording to the findings poll. Keep mind. recent, nation-wide Gallup that In .newly r « p«»- '» . on the program were Mr. Mrs. Frank win?' Bl ' ck * ood vt mis nu. The program was under tl:e direction of Mrs. Mann and Mrs. A. E ihorne taught (he new year book, meetin* *'"" ftn ** 8l botn W.S.C.S. Meet* At Church for Program u. 0 . "nth MTTlert -.. '•• r»* »i, rvu. l\J I lie Woman's Society of Christian Ser- mA °'i i'. 16 F ! rSt Melh °dist Church, met at Die cfiurch yesterday afternoon for their regular program Mrs. M. E. Martin gave the <le- I'hoURh most couples have money worries, no couple needs to have .Honey quarrels. It's all a question of whether or lot a couple becomes financial partners. If they do, then (hey never fall Into the "my money" anri "your money" arrangement that causes most money fights. If It Is "our money" from (he beginning, the handling of tt can be worked out without bitterness or bickering. money" setup works The "our both ways, of course. It means that everything a husband earns or falls heir to, is "ours." But it also means that all ing to the wife i_ _., _, Causes Resentment .—., ... n, t rust, -wc-incm Church met yesterday afternoon .he chvirch lor a program. Mr.s. James >lil! jr., was chairman of the program on the subject of "Paine College' . which slio presented in die form of n quip, progriim. broadens! over station W.S.C.S. Quiz kirts imrtlnpnlinc on the program were Mrs. Sallie Hubler, Mrs. L. E. Old. Mr.s. Gils Eberril Mrs. Harvey Morris and Mrs. W T Olinpt Rclvcshmciits were served from a lace draped table centered will) red tapers burning in crystal holders ar.d red Valentines and heart candy were placed down the length of the table. Ho!*e.«es for the a/fair wcri! "^ mp( ' t) ti. ' Mrs. Oornc Shanks. Mrs I gnv n the prayers. j Mrs George Sdlttvlt. iireMelent. presided elm Inc llir business mopt- i"g. nl which time plans were madr to begin the blrthrby dinners which Is an actlvllv In the church In March. They also discussed a for new members. A Mississippi County sub-district mcetinu was held last night by Hie Methodist young people at the First Methodist Church here. Eight churches were represented. Jorry Wiicman of Osceola. was rn charge of the business meeting. The program wns on .the sub- ere Mrs. J. Mcll Brooks Jr., Mrs. L. E. Stllwcll aflcr which the hns- Olri. Mrs. Clara Davis. Mrs. Roland i le!iM '-' ; " rv(> d refreshments by | Jcct of "Wlio Is My Brother." in i — "" •"-' santiw l<* te "'llh coffee. . . . an i Green. Mrs. G. G. Hubliard, Mrs. j A, E. Huntlcy. Mrs. Gus Eberrtl I , Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Sr.. Mrs. Har- | lerw Lo >'ey Moms. Mrs. Sallie Hublcr. Mv.s. ' n - , \ vr ' W. A. Stickmon. Mrs. W. T. Obrrst inirttulay Wit 1 Parlv and Mrs. John Walker. -' of Gleaners Class Meets At J. W. Rayder Home h Mf "i, J : W .' Rn - vrter and Mrs. Al?^..fl^S n «!5 hostcss " »•»- were given by : '»t her home to members of" circle ! ^"'oV" 5 * Sul!lvnri »nd Mrs. Wsl- ,Four with nine members attending. | le ' B shop. iThe opening prayer was given by' p.. ! ^ ^'e social hour \i* c . • Mrs. C. Z, <,Ecids and Mrs. Alvirl |Hutfman Jr.. taught the lesson. Mr.s. -.Carl Wadenpfiihl gave the closing t prayer. circle Five met at the home of J- C. Lowo, celebrated hi. .vlxth birthday Saturday nfternoon \viien his mother entertained with a party at their home. Guests were '4 o( Jerry's friends. liv .i'tV" ^""JT •"""•• :ML ' a >"- ,' n ; <! V"^* spent th 0 afternoon Hnih^iA uR»y<ler home on W . playing party games anrt llstcnlnc 5r« of T m «", °' Ih0 O'^'^'-S;' 0 "<•<"•'"'•" -Dories in the playroom . 'n? on ^ rst Ba l" ( sl Church "of the home. Games were under Ihe *' m '° ">««bcrs and one guest. ! direction ot J)mmv jj,^ Mi.^f Dell '• VVQSmL I Aflei - lhe R"" 1 •>' ''»»oi ; Mr'^n™'j 18c ,V^ bllsl » c « mc'eilng. i cake an,i iec cream were .served Mrs i.ioj^d silckmon gave the de- ! *»' Mrs. Lowe, assisted by her mo- keeping with Brotherhood Weelc which is currently beinf; observed. Participating on the program were Mnrjorie Hale. Charles Mc- Danlels, Miss Ruth Seay, Nancy Hamilton. Bobby Edwards. Cal Go«ett. Miss Juanlta Ebcrdt. Miss I Iva Seay. Jimmy Reinmiller and e. .win or Mr. nnd Mr.s. Miss Mauie L. Adams. Miss Juanlta IToeicit. Cal Gossett ;inc! Henry Arney were In charge oi the recreation. Refreshments of pi« and icn cream were served. ninod Dirt The three vnnlpire batj of II London 7.00 have whipped blood i"*- mu.-a t>i nouor op'i'icrl Lj ""^ ivj i' '."ii UHVU wnippea njood 'ts. refreshments o[ birthday in " tilcir diet. Halt a pint of horse uid iec cream were served bloon ' whipped with an egg beater, L T ™, n —1.._., .... ,. t s f c( j to them nightly. Ships Rush to Assistance Of Crippled Freighter NEW YORK, Feb. Th» , . , — » United Stales Lines freighter Plerra H. Duponl, with 44 crew member* aboard, reported today she wns holding her own" after her hull cracked 660 miles southeast ol Ar- 8C !!'',1' Nrw - anrt w "ter poured Into a nold. *.£ " vml sni l>s i" Ihe vicinity !ii , , r *' scup ' the stricken ves. .«!. a 7,176-ton Liberty ship, radioed EST: Guar " here at 7L4 ° a - m - inr/ th-, h » craek in bridge own -" Dup ont, en rout, ' FralKe ' to New York, medial * he 'P' re l» rt - WM floodln * /ast '«"• " hU " f0rward c! th> tn'u?" 1 ^! ° Ut vh!>lf nr she Is ab!»W,'» nl^^r »'iM-n- >«>•- m Co,*' 16 is going to have . trouble. resentful wife. And If a wife who works money In > her own rl^hl that honey "my or has labels 2»:;=:™F!i!i»;: sponsible for spending It wisely. C'uiilinuiius Every Uay Box Office Oiiens 1 :45 Show Starts 2:00 USTEN TO Kl.CN W. S. C. S. At Church list Church at 7:30 p.m. I'liursday — -' Cliiij meeting at the Ele- " mcntary School at T.Oo p m Friilay Giiilri of the . danglHtr of Mr- and Mrs. Charles . hrxslrss. Eleven members wrre l-angslon Jr., who Ls a patient at (ho Baptist Hospital In Memphis is satisfnclory. Her parents, and sent. Mrs. Joe Strickland was I of Ih,. progrflin. She chose us her theme. "That They May Be One" Scripture reading 'was lakrn from the 31th chapter of John Others who pnrtlclpatcd on the prngrnm wore Mm Ocorgc SV-ol ion. M.S. nin K!m! nn ,i 'M,-S i Hold Sub-District Meeting Satisfaction Guaranteed , brother, Charles III, are there Tuesday and Wednesda i> Mclhooisi Church meeting at the church at 7:30 p.m Royal Ba UHIVUSM-WIHIHTIOMI [„,„( toyal Ambassadors of the First I ptist Church meeting at 7 :0 o ,,. m . • Civic Calendar Tuesday Aincncan Legion— 8:00 p.m. City Council—3:00 p.m. \Veil i Kiwanls Club—12:10 p.m Thursday Rolary club—12:10" p.m. INDIVIDUAL iue your own favorila cu Contain! At The Hospitals Hclecterl Shnrt Subjects Showing t>cry Day Bljrllievllle Hoapllal Dismissed: Horace white, Hayti. Mo. Walls Hocpital Dismissed: J. H. Lulc, Holland. Mo. Mrs. Ernest Razer and Slflc. MO. Mrs. Bill Harding, city. Osceola Events TuesiUjr •iiswm Study on China at the First Methodist church at 7-30 pm Deborah Class of the First Bap- .51 Cintrch meeting at 7:00 p.m. Oirls and boys buskctb.ilj game Osceola vs. Dycss, there. 8:00 pm Revival services at First Chris- WOOD'S DRUG STORE 221 W. Main Phone 3fj7 Mrs M F.nch guest i favor. T. Moon,' w,i., presented .Mrs. G, V. Daws with seven members attending and one new mem- 'I'XST' Maa ' uleD '' D "^"« I Baptist Girls Auxiliary ".^.""^rt'Ss,."'^ 11 - HaS Mectin 8 At Cllllrch the home < tine theme. Val- ^fert-d prayers. Mrs. Charles Penn 1 taught the lesson. ! Mrs. E. F. Coats was hostess to : Circle six, «-|th eight members j present, Mrs. Coats pave the opsn- [Inc prayer and the lei-son was i taufht bj- Mrs. C. M. Smart. Mrs. i J. J. Cookston closed the meeting ; with prayer. , Refreshments were imed al eaeh i meeting. | Regular Business Meeting jHeld At Nazarene Church ; The Younp Women's Foreipu Mir- Jalon Study group ot the First Church , of the Nazarcne. met last night for 1 regular meeting at the church. ' Mrs. Edell Thompson, president , gave the opening prayer and presi- irted during the business raccline Devotional was given bv Mrs i m , } . Jgene Tnimble. '."" s .^ ln chapter of the studv oook. We Can If We Will" w », J given by M rs . Melbil Cobb c chose as her subject. "World Evang- l f Uon Irom Charlemagne to Ca. Surprise Birthday Dinner Honors Mrs, Melba Cobb The dining table, » t which din*""?• WM « nte »-<i « " cake and WAKEpoUR LIVER BILE, ' to C, 'Sfe ** t*Sf* •**. **"• * P"»«" °< M« flow- The Intermediate and Junior Girls Auxiliary of !he First liap- tist Church met yestordav at the church, with 12 members "and two new members. Carolyn Crafum and Jean Bcacham, president. Beverly Jones. Intermediate Prei- iciiiiit. presided during th« bus.ine.vs nieeuiig. Mr.s. J. A. Enderiin, Junior counselor, reviewed the story. "Have You Ever Dusted An Idol"? Mr.;. Shclbourne Brewer, Intermediate counselor, taught the lesson, "In Forward Steps". Refreshments of party foods were sencd. 'Right Now' Delivery (Supply Limited) The hcAutiful hie new Goslcy SJicIvjt.lor* nuts 2S feet of front-row foocUt your hn^crtips. Thi, ex,,, ccnvcni! tnce « >n txetwt fcAture. Sec it soon, wd set your ree copy of the helpful new booklet, "How To Arcing, rood In ^ our Rcfngct.itor." I. lit,. r, H ,\nm '-""MrtWirH Wade Furniture Co. More for Your Money All the Time", •"«.«.»-f»T.«rr. THE MILL CANNOT GRIND with Water Over the Dam T A RUE, you can't rectptur* money spent unwisely. But, fortunately, all of it ii not "oTer the dim" »s long aj you still have income to purchase life insurance protection. There »till is opportunity to jet in motion th« wheels of »n insur»nc« program geared to prescnt-diy income and the current cost of living. Let a friendly Life of Georgii Agent assist you io setting up t Iif« insurance program iiifficient to meet your particular needs. Histricl Office Bonim Bldjr. 203 \Vcst Main St. Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Slarls B:15 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts Itl5 Conlinuous S!iuws S.-it. i- Sun. Bargain Night Every Nljht Except Saturday No passes honored on Sundij »' Roxy Theatrfj ffl Tuesdav and Wednesday nOUBL.E FEATUftF. FIGHTING EDITOR BRA GAMBLER'S . v PIANOS N«w and Used Music Instrument Repairs & Supplies Sheel iMvisic Records Radio Repairs BROOKS * MUSIC STORE 107 K. Main i>i,nne 81)

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