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(ARK.) COURIER NEWS New* Jan« Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 School, Worship Practices Assure U.S. 'Place in Sun' Americans need not fear losing their place in the sun as long as they "take seriously the continuation of a public school system and a j belief In a practical religion in everyday life." This was the key Idea of an ad- drest by Miss Willie Law-son. Arkansas educator and former county school superintendent here, who was the principal speaker at the Blythe- vllle PTA Pounder's Day program last, night in the high school auditorium. Refuting the idea that the United States has reached its peak of ascendancy and Is now tottering toward the beginning of its decline, Miss Lflwson pointed out that "America is the only nation in the last »000 years of civilization wnlclr has had In existence In a pair, and during its peak years, the two factors which will save It from going the way of Egypt, Babylon, Greece. Rome, and all the empires which have at one lime or another dominated the world scene." These factors she named as the American people's universal acceptance of Christianity or a one-God religion, and their belief that all the children of all the people should be "Rchonlpd." The speaker was introduced by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner .elomen- l.-iry supervisor. Presiding over the Founder's Day activities were Mrs. O. E. QucllmalTi, who Introduced the Rev, James W. Rainwater tit First Christian Church who nave the invocation; Mrs. Alex Shelby, who presented the devotional; and Mrs. E. J. Cure, who delivered the message from the national PTA president. A group of five musical selections by the 150 sixth graders of Lange, ynrljro, Smlliuiy and Central, under the direction of Mary Elizabeth Abbott and accompanied l>y Mrs, Ralph Berry-man, opened the program. Yarbro School and Junior High .School were awarded first and .second prizes, respectively, for the': attendance at the Founder's Day program. Meeting-Party Honors Club Tfie monthly meeting of (lie Jay- ceettes last night was combined with a Valentine celebration when Mrs. H. L-. Halsell, Jr., was hostess at her home to the croup. As each guest arrived she was presented B miniature spring cor- sase of jonquils. flol! call was answered by telling of a favorite recipe and following the brief business discussions the program, "Hi«hH B hts In Iht! Life of Abraham Lincoln" was presented. From a frilly red and while old- fashioned valentine box, greetings fere exchanged and nnmes later drawn for secret pals for the year. Party foods In keeping with the Valentine motif iverc served buffet and (he remainder of the evening spent informally. Bits of News East Side Garden Club Hears Address by Freeman Robinson The monthly session of the East Side Garden Club last night at Like street Methodist Church was highlighted with an address by Freeman Robinson, vocational agriculture instructor at the high school. Prayer by the Rev. George Mc- Ohehey opened the meeting and atub president, Mrs. A. D. Priest presented the devotional, "My Oar- den and I." Mrs. Pauline Vance was Iniro- dwsed u » new member and In the trie* business session following a xvi«* of the 1051 club work was presented. Mrs. B. A. Sugg, program chair- man gave binLs on filing garden magazines for easy and accurate reference. Mr. Robinson's address on "Soil Needs and Problems of Flower culture" followed and was concluded with a question and answer period. Mrs. Lee Stiles took first place honors In the flower arranging Judging, with second place going to Mrs. Priest. Gift plants were presented the winners by Mrs. McGhehey, who was hostess for the meeting. Each member was given valley lily bulbs by Mrs. Bugg, after which Mrs. C. T. Shamlin adjourned the meeting with prayer. Sixth Birthday Marked with Party Judy Muriel Webb observed h-r sixth birthday Saturday afternoon v.uh a party for 24 small guests at her homo, A Valentine theme had been chosen for the occasion and was repealed In the favors and party foods served. After the honorec had cut the traditional birthday cake smaller cakes, each Iced m the guest's name were served. Madeline and Jimmy Raspberry u-cro prize winners. Mrs. Molly Lane, great-grandmother of »e honwee ivas n special guest and assisting Mrs. Webb during the event wore Mrs. 0. E. Hart and Mrs. Mike Parks, Mrs. Jim Riehl Honors La Petite An afternoon of playtmj bridge •* UM Jim Rtehl home yesterday honored, members of La Petite and «i» guest, Mrs. I., a. Nash, when M*. Hi«hl was hostess for the club's WMhtr Muion. »fc. Arthur Vance won high •»«•* tci the bridge game, with Mrs. r. «. miey taking second, high and ' 1h* occasion the entertaining were marked with clusters of Jonquil studded greenery. At the Hospitals BIythyille Hospital Dismissed: Peggy Jones, Cooler Mrs. Hubert Weaver, Cooler Louise Garner Honored at Party Louise Oarner observed her lolh birthdnj- Monday night, when Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hopper cnlcr- tnined at their home with n party for 20 guests. Follon-lng mi evening of games the hoiiofec displayed gills fr™.. the guests after which refreshments were served. Mrs. Milton Dallas Has YWA Meeting in Home Mrs. Milton Dallas was hostess at her home to members of the Young Womens Association ol Huffman Bnptlst Church Monday night for the program, "God of Love." Program partlclpunts -*ere Cora Mae McDanlel, C.eraldtne Hatcher, Louise Capps, Peggy York, and Louise Williams. Edna. Fannie and Audrey Swindle and Margaret Booth were Introduced as new members. 3 Guests Attend Meet with Club The Tuesday Bridge Club and three guests yesterday were entertained nt the West Main Street home of Mrs. Jesse M. Taylor. who was bost&ss- for a Itmcheon-bridge. Mrs. Bob McKlnncn o[ Manila, Mrs. Russell C. Farr and Mrs. Lloyd Whlttakp-r were guests with the club for the 1 p.m. affair. The entertaining rooms used for the occa,si07. held bouquets of jonquils and othfr early Spring blooms. Ir. tiie bridge game following luncheon, high wore honors went to Mrs. Lloyd Stfckmnn, with Mrs. C. M. Smart winning second high. Masterpoint Game Played; Series Winners Named The monthly master-point game of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League last night wnj played, with Mrs. O,. W. McCutchen and o. S. Crowell taking first place honors. Playing.-., a seven-table Howell movements—Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. o. Sljpjowell won second place and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. Russell Phillips took third high. This game marked the conclusion of the six weeks series and taking erJonal Mrs, w. M. Devore returned to her home In White Water, Mo., this morning after several days visit here with her sister. Mrs. Herman Walpole. Dr. Orlie Parker was called to Fayettevllle yesterday to be with his sister, Mrs. John Kcrssce, who was stricken seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs, o. N. Forrest and family were in Memphis Sunday to visit their son and brother. Wilson Forrest, who is a patient at Kennedy Veterans Hospital. Freddie Smith, son of Mrs. Anne Smith of Blythevillc, has been plertsed to PI Kappa Alpha fraternity at the University of Arkansas where he Ij a freshman. Condition of Mrs. c. A. Hunton who has been ill at her home on South Highway 61 for the past several weeks is rejwrted as Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Hays Spradley have arrived from California to spend a 20 day leave here with Mr. Spradley's mother, Mrs, Nora Spradlcy Mr. Spradlcy is serving with trie Navy aboard the USS Bon Homme Richard. Mrs. Spradley has been in California since December with Mr. Spradley and will remain in Blytheville to make her home « hilfi he is in service. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Henley ot Alemphts have returned to their home after having been (he guesU of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Rinoson and son. Mitchell lor several days. Mrs. Ewcll Walters has returned home niter spending a week- in Memphis with her brother. Wilson Forrest, who Is a patient at Kennedy Veterans Hospital. Mrs. J, F. Etchieson and daughter. Ronnie Faj-e. returned (his afternoon from New York City where they had spent sevral days" Presbyterian Circles Have Meetings' in Homes Women of the First Fresb.vlerlan Church met Monday afternoon and night In homes about the city for semi-monthly business and social sessions. Nineteen members of circle One met at the home of Mrs. J. D. Fisher. Two guests attended the session for which Mrs. Jack Webb was co-hostess. Mrs. Cora Lawson presented the devotional. Mrs, Farrls McCalla and Mrs. S. E. Tune were hostesses to eight members and two guests of Circle Two. Mrs. C. M. Gray gave the devotional. Mrs. George Yales presented the devotional for the 18 members of Circle Three who met with Mrs. Edgar P. Borum. Mrs. Curtis Anderson and Mrs. W, M. Farrimond entertained 16 members and two guests of Circle Four for the program, "Stewardship." Mrs. Gene Bradley gave the devotional and Mrs. Fred Sandelur was program director. Circle Five, with 18 members and three guests attending met at the Edgar P. Borum home with Mr.-.! Geraldlne Green as hostess. Mrs. C! | M. Gray led the Bible study and Miss jewel Smith directed the program on "Stewardship," first place series honors was Mrs Time. o. S. Crowell won second high and Mrs. Chamblin, third place. DAR Chapter Has Luncheon-Meet Plans were discussed for present- Ing a Good Citizenship medal to > worthy student In each high school In the Chlckasa'wba District yesterday at the luncheon meeting ol the ChartevoJx Chapter of Ihe Daughters of Ihe American R«vo. lution at Hotel Noble. Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, Mrs J Louis Cherry and Mrs. M. o. Usrej v.'ere hostesses lor the event. Luncheon preceded the business session and centering the long table at which the guests were seatcc was a low bowl of red blooms centered with a frilled white valentine. Placecards shaped as tiny valentines were used. Mrs. E. B. Woodson. chapter re- Bent, presided over the session following in which Sally Triesch- rnann's selection as winner of (lie chapter sponsored Good Citizenship award in Blytheville High School was discussed. Phns were made lor similar presentations In other schools. Mrs. Robert G. McHaney n-as a guest with the chapter and presented the program, "Conservation ol Natural Resources." WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1953 Sweetheart Banquet lo Be Given at Church The annual sweetheart bann.net for 15 and 16 year old Intermediates and young people of the First Baptist Church will be given in the church dining room tomorrow night. Since this is lean year, extra privileges prevail and' for the occasion the program theme. "She Gets Her Man" has bc-n chosen Clovls Garnett will serve as matchmaker for the 7 p.m. affair, which will be highlighted with the selection of a Icing ang queen of sweethearts. A skit, "She Gets Her Man" Is planned and the activities will be concluded with the address, "A Greater LOVE" by the church pastor, the Rev. E. C. Brown. Tangled Thread' Study Taught at Baptist Church The Rev. p. H. Jernigan taught the mission study, 'Tangled Thread" for the 25 members of the Womer.s Missionary Union, Business • Womens Circles and Young Womens Association of Calvary Baptist Church last night at the church. Mrs. vernon BoyrJ, mission study chairman had charge of the study, which opened with prayer by Mrs. Jack Attaway. An intermission followed the first portion of study and after refreshments were served the meeting resumed with prayers by Mrs. Porter Miller, Mrs. Jim Garner and the Rev. Mr, Jcrnigan, Following the study the group presented the Hev. Mr. Jernigan with a gift in appreciation of hU teaching. FEEL ACHY? §r? 4i ^? ODD Jympromatic RELIEF 1 Lovely Pump in Red and Blue Onmhinn 1 IAN Palf Combination Calf. Z Palcnf Sling Pump, small • nlalfnrm Kimnli' u.r> n j n . platform. Simply wonderful! Lilac Kid with Cobra Trim. Kill with Cobra Trim. Kosy ['ink with Cobra Trim. 6k. SONS SHOES (ioud Shoes & Hosiery NOT ILLUSTRATED Beautiful Grey Intiana IJzard DeUgMful doings in new springtime colors and t ...designed lo send you on o gay and giddy whirl through loveliness... In a matchless blend of foshior), ease, and so-veiyright slyling. lt'» all youul Bags To Match Illustrated Styles Yarbro HD Club Meets; Mrs. Abbott Hostess Mrs. Gen* McOulre yesterday opened the semi-monthly meeting of Ihe Yarbro Home Demonstration Ciub with a discussion of the origin of the song, "Battle Hymn ol Ihe Republic." Mrs. Dave Abbott was hos.U-.ss to Ihe group at her home and following the singing of the song, Mrs. Lowell Burnham spoke on the life o! Abraham Lincoln. After a devotional, Mrs. McOulre read the poem, "Washington and Lincoln" and the group discussed February landscaping plans. A discussion of a membership drive this month followed after which Mrs. Walker Barnes spoke briefly on landscaping. Mrs. Nita Bunch discussed "How to Plant a Tree" to conclude the session. Mrs. McGuire. Mrs. Barnes nnd Mrs. Elzie Wheeler were prize winners in the social hour following. The hostess served refreshments. Latest In Bolero Sets Coming Events Wednesday Promised Land Methodist VVSCS has 7 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Leon Wilscn. Thursday Mary Martha Class ol Pirst Baptist Church has 1 p.m. meeting at home of Mrs. W. J. Rogers. Mrs. C. L. Crouch and Mrs. E. P. Coats, co- hostesses. Mrs. H. H. Houchins hostess to Midweek Club. Bridal events continue for Miss Mary Sue Cralton with tea at Womans Club from 4 till 5:30 p. m. Mrs. T. Wade Jclferles, Mrs. Adolph Hcinlcke, Mrs. Rosco Crafton and Mrs. Jim Crafton, hostesses. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p. m. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. Leon Scherer. Mrs. Henry Humphreys hostess to Thursday Contract Club. TLE club meets with Mrs. W. J. Cupples. Friday PEO chapter ."N" has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at home of Mrs. W. L. Horner. Mrs. G. O. Poetz hostess to Friday Contract Club. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church has 2:30 p. m. business-social meeting at the church. Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs. John Waiden, Mrs. Sally Hubler and Mrs. Hattic Hunter, hostesses. Mrs. Har<"iy Dorrls entertaining Stitch and chatter club. Saturday Cotillion Club has 9 p. m. dunce at Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley. Mr. and Mjrs. Max Usrey, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yates. Mr, and Mrs. Eric Whltley and Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Eeasley, hosts and hostesses. Mrs. F. o. RIecftel and Mrs. E. M. Terry. Jr.. entertaining with luncheon feting bride-elect Miss Mary Sue Cralton. By Sue Burnett This attractive sleeveless dress and jacket combination is particu- 'arly suited to t he slightly larger 'igure. Dress Is cut on princess lines that are so slim and trim; jacket completes a street costume. Pattern No. 8788 Is a scw-rlte 3crforated pattern in sizes 34. 36, 38, 40. 42, 44, 46 4«. Size 36. dress, 4H yards of 39-inch; bolero. Ui yards; '54 »yard trim. 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