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TAG* FOUH BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.1 COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1952 A/eut£ Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 First Methodist Church Circles Have Program-Business Meetings Mfthnrllst! F. I,. Husbands, the. devo- Circles of the First Melhndlstj Mrs. Ernrsl Rrx> fnlerUlned 10 Church yesterday (not in homes lor members of Circle Five. Mrs A program and business sessions. ! O. Hudson gave the .study Irs.son Mrs. H. C. Sims and Mrs. J. W. dams, Sr.. were hostesses at the Sims home to 13 members and one nest. Mrs O. W. Loivry of Circle One. Mrs. Newton Whtlis T ns study earler and Mrs. John Miles Miller ;ave the devotional. and Mr tional. Mrs. H C. Hush directed the study i for Circle Six which wn.s entertained at the l.oy Welch home. Mrs W. A. Sum/nervine met as * neu 1 memhrr I with the 18 members nnd Miss Sue Circle Two was entertainer! at the j Osment WHS a Burst, Mrs Billy home of .Mrs a. O. Huhtard. wilh! Oalncs was co-hostess and Mrs. W. ,lrs, W, F. Brewer ns co-hostess.' A. HnUin{:s.wor1.h gave tile devot- .1rs. Riley B. Jones directed lh»: iotial. tudy for the 14 members and one Mrs. Harry A. Haincs last nlplil ;ue,st, Mrs. Roy I. Bapley. Mrs. Cecil ' entertained Circle Seven memliers leely presented ihe rtcyotinnal. , at her home. Miss Melrla Primm Mrs. Gfcirec Pyles cave the study; was a eucst with Ihe Ifi members Bits of News I m if n / I 11loAllu I erjonat i (f • Sag-Resisfant Jersey Tops Predicted Fashions for the J2 rm-rnbrrs of Cirrlp Thrrr who met with Mr.s. W. R. Campbell. for . jiraycr and repeating of the Mrs W A Stlrkmnn was co-ho^te=s I/>rd's Prayer, which 'xa* led hy and Mrs. W. 1- Denton pave the rip- Mrs, Blan Heath. Mrs \V. M. Jomfc 'ol tonal. ' directed the e venire's prORrnm Circle Four members and nne - which was n continuation of the guest, Mrs. William Wyatt met at study of (he book of Acts. Mrs. he James C. Guard home. Mrs. : Lloyd Whltlaker was co-hostel to he 16 members and Mrs. Guard rave the devotional. Heath disc, i wed thf> orl?ln of the WROfi in 1940. Rndfl] hours followed the meet- j inys. ' Final Session of Church Year Held by Women; Officers Installed Fifty-five members of the Women of the First Presbyter inn Church last nlRlit attended the final pewlon of the church yonr, which «ns hiehlishted with an Installation of officers. Mrs. Jrssr M White succeeds Mrs. George W. Dillahunty as president. Prayer by Mrs. iMUahuiUv prp- Mrs. Cora Ljuvstm conducted the installation service nnd others tnk- She was am me office were Mr.s, W. A. Dob- j toer by Bob hyns, vice president; Mr.s. Hi It Younp, secretary; Mrs. S E Tune, treasurer. Chairman nwiiinlnt* dn- lirs were Mrs. Parr Is McCalia, world mission.s; Mrs. Gilbert Srnythe, religions education; Mrs. Dilialiuuly. spiritual pi owl h; Mrs. C. Mr.s. Dnrls Phillips returned Saturday from St. Lo>iis whrre she had been spending a week She was accompanied homo by her brothers, Fred Pipkin and Mis. Pipkin anrj Edivard Loe Pipkin, who is a student at Washington University. Mr. awl Mrs. T. A r"<Ucer are In Pine Bluff for several days where Mr, Fdlffer is atlcmlin? a meeting of district: managers of ill* 1 Life of Genrfjia Insurance company. Mr.s. roller Is vislUriK friends- the home of her riauebter, Mrs, Van ire Lovelace, wilh whom shr makes her home, after having been injured in a fall Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. O- C* Ashley and son, Michael of Memphis were tt^e '.veekrud guests of Mr. and Mr* Hill Rrmlster and family. Fart Snider, Rr., under'J rut sur- crry yesterday at Meniphis BipM^t Hosyiitnl. His condition is reported as fair. Mrs. Gcor CP Carney of R!y(-hr- vHle was Jn Lnke Villa ee Saturday lor (tie funernl oi her brother-ln- j synthetic fibers taw. Felix A. Secoy. >-ho was killed i throueh the four in nil accident at Lake Charles. I,a. n pa tiled to lake Vil- Smilh and FOII, Oclie Smith nnd Mr. nnd Mrs, A. O. Mosley r>f Rteete find Frank Seeoy of Cnnit.hersville, [athrr of Mr. HP coy. Mrs. Noll Oordon is a patient at Walls Hnsnlt.nl. Smith nracktn I* undine sev- A U'Ool jer.sey in a Summer \veiRlit that htihls ils shatie is used in three cle.signs, slirmn here, frtim lop ilesi^nerv. i'.ilc pink afternoon dre.ss liy Jn C'opetnnd cnnverls (left) In short dinner dress with jacket off. Dress lias full skirt, jacket is embroidered in Imroque pearl lin/iey tiecs. Claire .MeCardell dries a dress (eenler) with hodice in pink jersey decorated in lilack popcorn knots. Skirl is hlack piqiif. From .Mollie Parnis (riBhl) crimes a wliite wool ierscj drew with snilif bodice and full skirl. lly fSAlLR IM'flAS, < N1"A Wo m a n's [Editor 1 NF.W YORK — ' NEA I - Ifs he- | mine inr tea singly true that fabric j knows no one scn'ion. Wnnirn have j orcepted cott/tii for \vlntor v.'far! and Iichlwcight won is fr>r sinnmer. | while rayon, acetate and nil 'hp' march steadily Del) Circle Attends Passion Play In Memphis Eighteen members nnd two guests of the Doreen Hawkins Circle of the Dell Baptist Women's Missionary Union last night were In Memphis to attend Ihe Passion Play at. Ellis Auditorium. A dinner party at which a brief business session was conducted preceded the performance, Miss Joyce dill, president of the \VMU and A. E, Cald\vell. iv e r e guests with the Circle and circle members attending were Mrs. Cald- v.oll. Mr.s. B. O. Gill. Mrs, Udell Newsom. Miss Martha Crockett, Mrs n. D. Hardin, Mrs. A. J. Sigmln.' Mrs. Burl Boyd. Mrs. Clinton Smith, Mrs. C. A. Smith. Mrs. B. Edwards, Mrs. Lottie McLeland, Miss Sue McDonald. Mrs. Earl Bowen, Mrs. Paul Gillian, Mrs. L, Heneli, Mrs. Carolyn Iglehart. Mrs. R. King and Mrs. Roll Harciin. At the Hospitals Bl.vthevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. A. V. McDanlcl, City Mrs. J. W. Griffin. Osceola Mrs. Albert Lee Hodge, Steels Allen Ray Thrasher, Dell Read Courier NC\VK Classified A<ts. New fahric dPV'f lopnirn', 1 ; have isheri Ihc^e sf en nne mir- Cotton is quilter! t/> »?ivr it veS- Pattern ol Life" was the, (home for Ihe year's study course and a resume of the stxidir.s was pivnn hy Mrs. J. C- Walsh, who discussed how churches have chanpcd thn world over the post 1000 yonrs. Individual reports were heard and the. bt]sinc« was closed by Mr.s. Harvey Kldd. who discussed the, work yet to be done by Christiana: \ernon In the world. Cnrlcr, well-child; Mrs. M. Gray, house and grounds; Mr.s. j dnuchtrr. Mrs. John P- Hoffman. Mnnley, literature; Mrs. j Dr. Hoffman nnd M>n. Johnny. En warmth. Or it's turned Into vctern coat that '5 Interlined. Wools .so .sheer Find line that they admit the slightest breeze nre Idea] for \ve a r in t he tropics or on a slimmer eventnc. With these developments, there Coming Events Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has " :30 p m. meeting at home ol Mrs. Blake E'olly^ BOl North Country Club Duplicate Bridge League mpctin:: at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday Mr.s. James B. Clark entertain- In:: Tov,-n and Country Club. Mrs, W. H Hutson entertaining Hich Two Chin. Co rural PTA has 3 p.m. session Baptist Church, with Ex- The Rev. Sheldon Davis Addresses Auxiliary The Rev. Sheldon Davis of Forrest City discussed "Faith of Our Church" for members of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, who met last night at Hotel Noble. Mrs. LeBoy Hnddle?ton was h less for fhe evening and opened the session with the reading of a Psalm and devotional. A brief business discussion followed the Rev. Mr. Davis' address and refreshments were served. rr.il rlnys in Hot, sprtnes vvijh his| have eomfi thp proccssp/thii't mnke] C0l!tive Board nifpt'ng at 2:30 p.m. . . . 5!>an Kirtri church extetislniis: Mrs. Wai- mute he was acenmiwnied to Mem- | a ||. wool ter IDay, Hiinunities and relief nnd Mrs. Hudson, .stewardship. Cirrlp chairman Include: Circle, Onr, Mrs. Edgar P- Borum; Circle Two, Mrs. Monroe Crnln; Circle Three, Mrs. Ross Stevens: Circle Four, Mrs. Thorn Jisson; circle Five, Mrs. Fred Sandefur; nnd Circle Six, A duet WRS sung by Mrs. A. S. Harrison and Mrs. Russell Mosloy, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Hugh Hudson. Wonderfully Tailored 8705 By Sue Burnett The most dependable fnx.k in wardrobe plin? — the Mrs. Norn Spradley. Circle Four find Fivp Infer entertained with a social liour. Punch nnd cookies were served Horn R TC- fre.shmenl (able centered with Spring blooms and flanked by green tapers. phis hv Ills 5nn. and thry .«;p<?nL the! \vrekrnd there as i of nnnther ! (abri< . s vvrlnk ,,. m i,( an ,, soM . re . 5pol . r( , slsta , lt ThlIS- an j,,,.,,^. that , holds its shape wil] nol ~ , s in nt| com . 5l!>lant dniiphler, Mrs. R. L. Topper, »nri family. Mr.s. Char)?. 1 ) Hose ho^teis to Wednesday CHib, Thursday Mrs. j. D. Smith entertaining morning party from 10 till 12 Sorority Rush Season Begins Lake Street Methodist WSCS Has Session e Lake Rlrert Meihodfcl Wojn Society ol ChrlsUnn Service laU ' n!?hL met at, the church xvlth 25 members RttendEnp the weekly SPS- sinn. Mrs. Harold Medlln led group slnplnt; to opon the very liehtcst .weight. Is fine for humid weather in the north or for tropical climates. To this jersey, anoUirr quality hns hern fid tied, its ntakfrs claim. This is a crease-resist ant characteristic that makes It ideal lor plane, train or car travel. Mrs. prayer Clenrcp Shanks gavp the and Mrs, Medlln led the Mrs, Earl Walker Guest With Baptist Circle was meditation period and responsive readjne of hymns. The evening's prop mm, "Missions . to America" opened with a devo- t Sprlnpr rush srnMin for tne | tlollM hy Mrfi r , ( . orc( , ghnnks. with f »ii E-.^ , P l r . r u f >?L } *~ Mrs - Lncc V Gnrdnn flnelnE n solo.» r l(! of Trinity Baptist Church, wh ms Phi Friday nlpht becnn with a f Mrs ceorae SMUvcll discussed. I rnc-I in the' home of Mrs. Irrn- "Ho^ 1 the Church Helps Us" and! Prirlinrd. . Sara Rob Stihvell spnke on. "How j Mr.s. idell ls>\\'f! led the Royal the Church has Helped Me". v,ith! service Mrs- Earl Walker lost nicht the only cue.st with thn ej^Vit n bers of tlin Business Women .1 Cir- party at the Hollv Street hnme of Mrs W. H. O'Keefe. J Mrs. Georee Ford. Mrs. Dilmus Heavnsberget, Mr.s. Orlie Parker and Mrs. Elmer Slone were the chapter's guests for the evening. Charades were played nnd a potluck supper served from the dining table centered with Jnnquils and yellow bells. Vases of plndioli decorated the entertaining room, The rushecs acnln will be honored nl a morning party Friday at the T. A. Folcer home. mm ^nri pr«vpr* Mrs . BlUy Kin(r clnsi])K the proBrnTT1 j 0 [fr r ed by Mrs. Merl Lowe and with the topic, "WSCS Mcanlnc in Us Spiritually and the Chnrrh." Mrs. Jinirni; Cnndrrs discussed the * and pun; ^ f _^ w _ Further, this wool Jersey comes! honoring Mrl/Jesse OdeII* VarneV. In zephyr weights as wrll as In the | a recent bride. hpavier jroat and stilt wciffhU-5. The | Mrs . jimmy Kcene hostess to Al, p^ rjetn nunco Club. Thursday Rr;ok tneet.s with Mrs W. B. Mayo. TI,E inepUs '.vii.h Mrs, J, S. Scrape, Mrs Ben Mac White entertaining La Nueve. Mrs. M. O. Usrey hostess to Mid- Week Club. GEO and CIB Club neinc enter- \ tained by Mrs. Robert I. Tn'omp- ; son. Thursday Club meet* vith Mrs.! Ru.ssell Phillips. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at l:ao p.m. Friday Me.) nins; party at hotne of Mrs. T. A. Folcer hoiinrinc rushees of Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Ladies Bible Class of First Meth- i'Ui:-t Church hn.s '2:30 p.m. meeting at the church. Mr.s. A. E. Huntley, luncheon meeting at home of Mrs C. M. Smart. Girl Scouts and Brownies ol Blytheville present Annual program o folk dancing and troop dramatics at. the high school auditorium 7:30 p.m. Mr.s. C. L. MrWaters hostess to Friday Contract Club. Saturday Duplicate B. idge League meets at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Lauana E\ p erett, The hosier served refreshments. Mrs - p - E - Cooley, Mrs. W. 1. Dcntoii following the adjournment. nctlvltles o^thR Well Child Clinic, which is under the sponsorship of the United Council of. Church women and the Rev. George McGhehey closed thn session with the. speech, "People Retarded from the' n Church." The eroup repeated the I Lord's Prayer in unison to adjourn the mpellnir. When finishing unpalnted furniture, plan for easy upkeep by us ins; washable enamel or other wash- le finish. Mrs. Jim Lum Hostess To Weslcyon Service Guild Mrs. Jim t,um bst nicht w,i.= hostess Rt hrr home tn members nf the your flittermc Fives a '.vrll eronnifvl air. Shape ri P^rekis anrt rotlar acici a smart new Trinity Baptist Circles Have Luncheon Session A pathick luncheon preceded t. business session and Royal Service yesterday eriven at Trinity Baptist Church for members of Circles One and Two. Mrs. R. W. Woolen presided over the session which open- j We.sleyan Service Guild of the First ed repeating of the watchword and i Mfnodist Church for the monthly prayer, led by Mrs. Herman Adnir. - sodfl1 session. Mr.s. Gaylord Lewis was the only A devotional by Mrs. W. W- Pfek guest for the session ai^d Circle Two preceded the brief business discu.s- mcmhers Ird the .^rrvice, propram. j s i° ns ^ b\- Mrs, B. F. Scott, "Cuba fnr Christ." Mrs. Bert Ro.ssj Tlie croup .-hmvereri Mrs. Kemp was prop ram lender and Mrs. H. H.! Wrmrnhnnt \vuh assorted layette Hurnntt ca\-e the devotional, pray- I Sifts and Ihe remainder of the eve tier by Mrs. Prjrify Buchanan pre- I inc was spent informally in party rerird the pmcfa,m in whirU MrsJ. campp. John NeUon. Mrs. M. D. Krmvncht. i Gne,-ls \vuh the Guild mrmbcrs : were ^T^s, Lee Kinr aiid Mrs Harrell Davis Mrs- Lum served a dessert course. *hirt\vflisler tha: aluav, | Mrs Herman Adair. Mr.. c_ ,. .._.'.' P.TrV<; ai'ri Mrt r 1 c it^nKK »•» Pattfru Nn. 3T|!5 ':'ffira;pd p-itle:r. 11. on: w. 42. 44. 4fi ird? of 39-lr.rh FIT [us ] i i f ] ^r ] I T i ( ^ Tf I ! \IIf I 'i 11(1 ^ C i i < 1 1 'r , » r ,•> ,, a sr-.v-nle =;r-\= 14. Ifi. ! KirP 1<5, ?>' , ! COINS, dr Parks, ai-rt Mrs c. S. Wrhh p.itti- r1p.ilp(l. Group sincinc nr.d a pvny- rr by Mrs. Knthrrme Campbell clo>rd tile session. Miss Lonncll Overman ' Hostess To Baptist YWA Mr-? r-ntrrl:i I o;mcU O 1 crnvt nrrj «i\ rncinhrrs pri^ Chnr'-h. bv Mis?; .I'l Ehr rr >7r.Tiu. th«- VWA m;ui for QUALITY and ECONOMY! St.Joseph ASPIRIN I ST.JOSEPK • MmH • FOB CHUBS" a » fl AIrs - E - A - Goodrich, hostesses. Chapter "N" of PRO has L p.m. COMING! Kelley'S Friendly Shoe Store Fridoy, Morch 21 See Thursday's issue of the Courier News for complete infor- marion! Keep It rnnrty. K?u«y tn aivf. tablrta are l i adult <iosp. Ami children llk^ the hcallhful orange flavor. AS ADVERTISED IN M ADEN OKELLE S IMPLY SCANDALOUS! pi vrr OPEN FOR BUSINESS Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission flc £ 30c At All Times Tl KSDAV \- \\|.;i)NIOSl)AY I'A I, NITICS 2 I'nr I'riic of Ono THE sroar JJ^.OFTHE DANCER AND THE * fcoopcit all t]ic way down to fhow o(T a prctly fool, lull I Clums Gray teal he I^J n b.ick like a bear! And they're hand-sewn, loo. from Banana leather ... or with Tampico lied overlay. ZELLNER'S Listen to KLCN af 10:10 a.m. and .1:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1 :-15 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday "The Entertainment Spot of Mississippi County" The Perfect Gift — Theater Book $2.50' TUESDAY ONLY! DON'T MISS! 2 Reel Comedy & Novelty Reel Ritz Guests to See "Criminal Lawyer" Mr. & Mrs. Guy Collier Mr, & Mrs. Jim Briggs Wed-Thurs-Fri! 3 Big Days! THE GREATNESS...THE GLORY...THE FURY... OF THE UNTAMED NORTHWEST FRONTIER! ARTHUR KENNEDY ROCK HUDSON END or THE RIVER Paramount Xevvs, Carloon & Novell}- Reel Rlfz Guests to See "Bend of the River" Mv. Jt Mrs. Louis Trod or Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Herryman & Family Mr. Wendell Phillips COMING NEXT WEEK BKl.l.K Of NEW YORK in Technicolor with Fred .\slaire and Vcra Kllon VIVA ZAPATA wilh Marlon Brando and Jean Peters COMING SOON E'iinclorn and the I'lyinj: Dutchman—.lames Mason and Av.i Gardner in Technicolor AMERICAN IN PARIS in Technicolor—Gene Kelly —Leslie ("aron Mt'TINY—wilh Palric Kiiovvles and Angela l.ans- luiry HKJ) SKIF.S Ol' MONTANA in Technicolor \vilh Richard Wirtmark—Conslance Smith

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