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PACE FOUR BLYTHEVTU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Phone 4461 Baptist Circles Have Meetings; Lesson Studies Are Presented Circles of tho FirM HapUst Church Women's Missionary Union yesterday met in homes, with study lessons and business sessions beinp conducted, Mrs. C. M. Smart was hostrr=s (o 10 members of Circle One. Prayer by Mrs. Ben Abbott preceded the lesson study which was Jed by Mrs. w. M, Berry man. Mrs, Victoria Gilbert closed the meeting with prayer. Eight members of Circle Two met at the home of Mrs, C. S. Lemons for the lesson Led by Mrs, Lemons, Prayer by Mrs. Tom Jackson opened the meeting and the session closed with a session of prayer, Prayer by Mrs. Charles Evjins Arthur Bahn led (he oprninci prayer for the eight members, nnd the lesson was directed by Mrs. Robert McHnney. Prayer by Mrs. R. G. Ciish closed the- meeting. Thirteen members of Circle Five met at the home of Mrs. R. C. Mc- Noosn. Prayers were offered by Mrs. M. W. Lewis and Mrs. K, D. Marr. Mrs. E. E. Stevens taught the lesson. Prayrr by Mrs. Ted K mer opened the fiesMon of Circle Six at the home of Mrs. Jnmes Fisher. M r s. Ch a r J<\*> Ray Newt: oni b taught Die lo.s.son for the 12 Circle mem hers and one new member nnd prayer hy Mrs. Holder ju rc-oded the social hour in which Inyette gifts were presented -Mrs, Fisher. Bits of News / / /a 6 1 Lit ars on a t opened ihe. mrcling ol H mem- j M ,<.. she.lburne Brewer taught bers of Circle Thrte. who were en-1 t]ic ip.^on f or u,e nine, members leitaineci at the home nf Mrs. | an(l OJ1C ncw nle mher of Circle Adolph Hcinickc. Mrs. L!oyrt j Seven, whn met at the homo of SIlcktiKm tnufthi the lesson and j Ml - s> 3 'p. WcsLbroijk. Prayers Mrs. C. L. Waters, Jr., led the I were offered hy M stijournine prayer. Mrs. Reese Woolen \vns hostess to Circle Four at her home. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Spaeth. Jr.. announce the birth of a daughtci? Sharon Denise, March 22 at Walls Ho.spir.nl. Slip Is their sororuJ child. they have a son, Louis Edwin,, aged three. M r.i Pleas Y a i h ro u 35 re m n v t?d to her homo, yesterday from Rly- Uicvtlle Hospital where she had bo en a patient, Mrs. OtJs Cole nnd daughter, nlendn Kny,. left yesterday for j thotr home in Snn Antonio, Tex ,1 Worth ] after a two week. 1 ; visit heir; ns | Riir.sus of Mrs, Coir's parents, Mr. j find Mrs.. K. R. Priiitt and Mr, Cole's mother. Mrs. J. n Cole and family. Mr. and Mr?. Pruitt rnot- orotl Mrs. Cole and daughter to Memphis. Mrs. Henry Compion has arrived frrm her homo In Hnt .Springs, J. F. Owen [ to spend Severn! days hero. She is and ,\ns. j. w Social hours journment. Poillnrk. followed each atl- Burdette Class Has Who's Who Marilyn Lutes was named Miss succeed; Milton Burks, hoy most Eighth Grade and Glen Franks Mr. Eighth Grade yesterday in a Who's Who contest conducted at Burdetlc school. Mrs. J. J. Morgan, class sponsor and Alfred Collie, class president, directed the contest. Others taking honors were Jo Ann Wilder, most, beautiful pirl; Elhert Rigsby, most handsome Uoy; Patty Jo McDanicl. wittiest pirl; Paul Arnold, wittiest hoy; Marilyn Lutes, most popular girl; Milton Burks, most popular boy; Barbara Three-In-One Snorts Set Sue Burnelt A wonderful way la stretch your summer wnrdrob**—and a boon vacation days — is this clever three-way outfit. Wear the halter sun dress alone, or top with eith- the tiny cape or sleeveless Jacket for alternate versions. Pattern No. 8793 is a sew-rite performed pattern in sizes -10, 12 14, IB, 18.20. Size 12, dress, -I 7 * yards of 39-inch: cape. 1 1B yards: jacket, l sfl yards. For this pattern, send 3flc COIN'S, you!- namf. address. desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Cmirici News. 375 Qumcy S'., Chicago 6 nirmhrr 111- " I Hrrmim Send 2i> rents to la;,- for ymir ! mrmbri: copy of Basic FASHION '52. H shows you hmv to make your v;ardrobe do double rimy with economical, umr-^avjn*: styles Gift pattern printert inside. cents. the former* Mrs. K E. Fox of Blytheville. Miss Kay Colston, who K A student at Arkansas Stale College, .lonesboro. was the weekend Ruest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Colston. Miss Low Pm-lcr 1^ In Memphis loday to be with her mother, Mrs. A- A. Porter of Roe, who Is to un- rirnro surgery at the Baptist Hospital! W. Ray WinJet of Shelbinn. Mo.. is visitfnc bore as curM, of Ins sis- tfrr. Dr. Ed nil Nics, and Dr. Carl likely to succeed; PogRy Gunter, best- dressed ulrl; Troy LTC Ore, hoy; Mru'Kflret Palni- er. uiost studious girl; FAhert Rii?,s- liy. most studious hoy; Owen franks, Ix^t f4irl sport; Rlhert Rigsby, be.si rxiy sport; Bonnie Sue j StrUler, ho.st all around girl; Elhei L j Rigsby, bc.sl all arnunri boy; Peggy Gunler, cutest Rlrl; Alfred Colhc, cutest boy; Jo Ann Wilder, .sweetest girl; Glen Franks, sweetest boy; L 1 n tl a Stanficlrl, neatest gii i; James Royer, neatest boy; PcRgy Johnson, most cooperative girl; John Payne, most cooperative boy; Gwcn .Franks, girl with be.st personality; Jimmy Vanhtbbcr, boy with brst poraonalltyr Margarnt Ba|lt t sl no . spltal whcrp , l( Palmer, most polite girl; nnd Al- ,,_.., ,,. \ .,, ,__,.,„ /red Collie, most v^l^e hoy. II TO siv<; AT Ti:.\nn:us sn-;i-;'nxo-Junior High School nays Glee Cluh, inirlrr the: direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, will bt in Little Rock to >inu at Holnn.son Auditoilinn tor the class- morn Teachers Oi^ari^ittun. a part of thn Arktin.sas Eduuatinn A?.so- piatlon. The A.s.sociatjfjn's cunvpntlon will be held March 27-28. The tilee Club, which is one of .sr-vcial ab^nt the .state invited to sing at the session, will rnve Jimmy Kmls as nannUn-; and Jinuny Cnllihnn and Dirk Foster as soloists. Club members shown above are: < first row. left to riRhtt Lany Can^ibell, Carvoll Knnpp, LvnrieU Stanfielri, Jim I-um. Ijirry Baker. Jimmy F/irls, Brariley Nation. Gernld Brown, Dick Foster, Jimmy Callihnji. Tommy Klayion. Mickey Shelton and Dean Doughlery. Second row, left to right—Albert McManus. Ronald McGregor, James ririmball, Curtis Perry, Larry Fllis, David Nelson, Kenneth Stanley, Tommy Cimr.itrjiham, David Holt. John Stewart, Rene George, Rortnoy Atkinson, M. J. Mullin.s and Bob Robertson. Third row, ]rft to riyht—I?02er Sudbmy, Don Coleman, Don Brown, Robert White, Robin Walsh. Glenn L;tdd, Jr., Davis Cobb, Ben Bridgewater and Hershel Miller. Fourth row, left to right—Jack Thompson, Clarence Cummin».s. Fieri Havcla-A-ny, Frank Sparks, Dick Ireland. Leon Lowe. Ronnie Bagley. Paul Westbrcok and Luther Gray. (Courier News 1'hoto), WSCS Continues Study Series Tlie third study of the -series. "Missions to America." wfi.s pre- scntert last nlp.ht for memliors r>[ Lnke Street Methodist Women's Society o( ChrlsUan Service nrjd guests, six members of (he Gosnell WSCS. Mrs. Billy Kliip led the session which opened with Rrotin singing and a pray e r by M rs. \V. L. Green. "Needs of [he Sunday School and How It Helps the Society" was discussed by Hob McHMfey, Sunriny School superintendent, white the Rev. George MeGhchcy, minister of the church discussed "Outline of the -Methodist Church." The Rev. B. W. SltUcup, pastor of Wesley Memorial Methodist Church, closed the study with the topic, "Comparing (tie Rurnl Church with the City Church." Joint repenting of the Lord's Prayer closer) the session. I nnily Baptists Have Circle Sessions Trinity Baptist Church Circles One and Two were entertained in home. 1 ; yesterday. tyrs, B. W. Woolen entertained six members and one new member. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kenneth Lnw.son and rfaufihtrr, Angela Dr\\vn, are hoiispfiuofiLs of Mr. Lawson's par- enir,. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. l.nwson. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. n. Joyner have returner! from Memphis whore Mr. Joyner hnd been n patient at the Baptist Hospital. Bert Ha i pole, in, underwent .surgery yesterday at Memphis pn-l I lent. He will probably undergo j s«r«jni\v fi^fi'm hi several riays. His parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harpole. Jr.. nre with him. Mrs. Charley Johnson, Mrs. Richard Becker nnrt Miss Wanda Hal.soll returned today from St. Louis where they had attended the Mississippi VaUey Beauty niul Fashion Show at Jefferson Hotel. Mr. ant! Mrs. Frank Nelson will HOLLAND NEWS liy -Mrs. KA Il:ini|«lon, Jr. Mr5. Board stivers M/S^t. and Mrs. Sunday. I home a few days. r. Stinnett I Those who are ill; Mrs. Joe Co- Thursday iiUcruontt the ford Community Club met home of Mrs. Andrew Jenkins for their setin-monthly quilt:n« sc.s sion and project discussion, The roll call was answered with meal time courtesy tips. Subject for the day wns flowers, and tlie study embraced their Sam-, by the Hipli School Association of ilie! Pemiscol County, was concluded l>y several massed band numbers with ^uest director Bob Lipscomb! of Elytheville leading, A skating party entertained the Freshman class Thursday evening .uny embraced their care, types ;,nd their guests for two" hours at rowi\ in tins area nnd seasonal lrie Roller Rink in Kennett. They vnrielies. Mrs, Ab Guests ivc-rc Mr. and Jones and daughlcr of Poplar Bluff who were visiting a few days in the Jenkins 1 home. A pot luck lunch was served. Mrs. Sam Kenlcy was hostess to twelve members of the Senior class Friday nisrht, their sponsors, Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Brazwcll nnd be In Columbia, iUo., Thursday I F. C. Purviancc, at a five o'clock to join their daughter. Miss Janel Nelson, who is phcms College. student at Stc- Aftcr visiting In Knnsas City they will return home Sunday nnd Miss Nelson will remain for the Spring holidays. Mrs. J. Rainwater Leads Study of "Evangelism" A lesion-study on "Evangelism" -j^eatcrday was taught by Mrs. James Rainwater for members of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Chiurh. The 2 p.m. session was conducted at tbe church. At tbe Hospitals Lawrence Garner of Circle Mlrs One. Mr.s. Eslen Todri met with the ero\ip as a curst niirt the afternoon's dcvntional was civen by Mrs. John Buchanan. Prftvprs were U-ri by Nirs Elervni'v 'Swafforrt. Mrs. L- D. Kenwricht Rnd Mrs. Tortd. The niissiot\ Jess on wa<. dirprtert by Mi.v Wnnteti. Mrs Miy Edwards ir.oi R.S a new vith Ciirle Tuo uhen Mrs. Aoair \v:is Ixv-lr.^s tn 11 inrinbri. 1 ;. MIS. Ht-n Hnrri-on niirt Mrs. F. L Wicker wcie cue.iU'. \\iih U'alls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Robert MecHcy and City baby, luncheon at her home. Mrs, Kenley, together with Mrs. Finis Cope, both of whom are room mothers of the Senior chiss, will accompany the Seniors on their class tour through the south m May. Lengthy Line SUetchln^ IYOIVI Ncwltmnrtlanri to j the A/ores. a tapeline 12B-1 mllps Ion? was reeled out from a cable steamer to obtain an accurate measure of the rJi.^tance between the two lands. The tapeline ron- fi.sled of a fine steel piano wire. were sponsored by Clifton Walker and Dec- Homier. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Correll are the p?.rents ol a baby boy, thevr first child, born recently at Walls Hospital, The baby has been nnm- ccl Phillip Allen. Mrs. Correll was. before her marriage. Miss Freida Lambert, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Phillip Lambert of near Stcclc. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. Samforcl and I daughter, Wanda, and J. E. Jones I left \Veclne.sdny for Tampa. Fla., lor a week's visit with Mrs, Jones, j who spends the winter months there j for her health. Nine members of the boys bus-! First Lt. and Mrs. Charles Ellery kelbnll team, their conch Dc-e \ have arrived from Fort Richardson Donuer, nnd three guests were en- "™r Anchm.nge, Alaska, to be tertained Thursday night with a guc.-as of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth steak supper in the dining room | Berry. Lt/ and Mrs. Ellery have of the Dixie Pi?. Kenneth Berry: hfen in Ala.ska the past two and wns host for the occasion Mr.! 11 half J* car s- After a month's vLsic Bonner ma'tlo a brief address and! hierc - tlic i' wil1 lcave for Fort Bragg, conprnlulntcr] the tenm for their oulMnndint? success in teamwork. I Mr fijld ilrs - R °y Frank Palnier fiportsmnnship nnd coordination.! anrl <» a '^ htc '-s. L ^ a atltl ^>iana, of Guests for the occasion were Bennett, who have visited here the Lewi., Hester, Culton Porter ;u.d ' >n?l wcrk ' " loved \ lollria / to Sikes- Joe Colcmin !on wnpro h( - WEIS transferred with ooe uojcmnn, ^^^ ^^..^ Co Tho rn i mcrs until recently \sere of Holhmd. Home for ;i fortni^lit. Cpl. Sain- nel L. Letter, pon of Mr. and Mrs Joe I,rMcr. 15 .itationcd witri n Marine urtii at Pcndletou Field, Ocean Sicln. Calif. Mr. nnri Mrs. Samuel Jones and two sons. J. c. and Paul Edwards ar.d diiuphter. Gloria Jean, ol Dy- erfhurs were guests of Mr. anr and two daughters. Vivir.n Ann and E lioon Ls home after a few days at Linda Sue. have returned to Fort! Wall's Hosnilal; Mrs. Lloyd Book- BerminK, Ga. f after two weeks hern: pr is improveri foljowmg a sinus with hi.s mother, Mrs. Maunie Klin- j attack ™u. Accompanying them wsMrs.j Wa ]| ac e Grooms of Peoria. III., SI nnetus mother Mrs. Pcarhc Lc- was he ,o ever the weekend with his veil, who hart visited her daughter.! wife anrt three ch ,, [iren _ with Wm Mr.s. Veto Harris. Mrs. Mnunic ; ',vrj-e Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Hopkins Stinnett and .son Douglas left Sun- I anri ?on, Gury. Saturday, the day for Richland. Calif., for an ex- | Grooms family drove to Uiireuce- tended visit with their daughter i burn, Tenn., where they were ami sister. j cuests of Mr. Grooms' parents, Mr. Mrs. Flichey Hayes returned re- j anti M « L. T. Grooms, cently after several months nt Dny- I Cjil. Joe Correll. son of Mr. and tona Beach. Fla. j Mrs. Clifford Correll. who is with Mrs. Julian Sanders has returned : Che Army sienal Corps, and Cpl to Barnes Hospital. St. Louis.] Raymond Keule.y. son of Mr. and «-here she will undergo a series of i Mrs. Sam Kenley, of the Armored TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1952 Coming Events Tuesday Order of Eastern Star has 1 p.m. dinner at Masonic Temple honoring past matrons and jjEitrcns, who will confer degrees in 3 p.m. initiation ceremony. Temple Israel Sisterhood style show at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meets at 7:15 p.m. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi have 7:30 p.m. dessert canasta at Rustic Inn preceded by election of officers. Mrs. T. A. Folger hostess. Wednesday Lange PTA has 3 p.m. session m school preceded by 2:30 p.m. Executive Board meeting. Devonian Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Earl Knipple hostess to Semi-Canasta Club, Mrs, L. E. Old, Jr., entertaining Wednesday Club at, Country Club. Town and Country Club meets with Mrs. A. B. Reese. Thursday Mrs. Cleo Wren hostess to Thursday Rook Club. TLE Club meets with Mrs, Jerry Scrape. Mrs. N. W. Tranaham hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. La Nueve meets with Mrs. Clarence Webb. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Friday Mrs. Doyle Henderson < entertaining Friday Contract Club. Mrs. Morris Czrnent entertaining Stitch and Chatter Club. Woman's Ciub Executive Board meets at club on West Main Street at 3 p.m. followed by general scs- sion at 2:30 p.m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 1:15. tests after having rereiveri treatment there two weeks ago. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester was the site of a family reunion Sunday for the Lester and McCrary familie.s. There were about thirty relatives present. They 'Included: Mrs. Gertrude Lester, Mr. and Mrs. John Von Hay and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Green and family; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Varren and family al! of Poplar Bluff; Mr. .and.Mrs. Joe Mas Shel- " f on and children of Blythoville; ' lr. and Mrs. Wsldon McCrary and Mr. and Mrs. James McCravy of Hayll nnd Mr. and Air?;. Joe David lamforri and children of Marion. 11., whn are eiicsls in the Lester A participant in Friday nisht's Spring Musical Festival at Brntig City, was one-year old Hottnnrt band. Under the direction nf music director Norbert Stir?.akcr. it performed two numbers. "El Captain," a march by Sousa: and "Romantic." on over lure by Buchtel, The Festival, sponsored ,imi the lesson study Mr. 1 -. Cr<»:ker. e^M later srivert re- WANT A DEAL ON A NEW REFRIGERATOR? Come down «ilMn the next 10 <t.i% 5 .mil you can huv a bralirt now Internalion.il H.irvcslr-r rrfrismlor nt a har- Baln price. Supplj is limited—bfUcr come bv tomnrtnw'. Delta Implements, Inc. 312 Soulh 2nd ]>l,nnc GSM Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission flc & Me Al All Times TUKS.AYF.U. I'til Nilcs 2 I'or Price nf One C\\f>Y SHOP ^V-U '-] •',;•' : i'::C' : 'J'^7*™ £,-^^ ' "" v.r-.is^o' APRIL 13 DAVID NiUEN UERA-ELLEN CESAR ROMERO GO TECHNICOLOR ^ Cnmedv & Cartoon FUEL OIL "/ Se// That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land Field Artillery, are among those participating in the Operation LonehGrn war maneuvers at Fort Hood, Texas. Visitors Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cox were Mr, and Mrs. Jim Willy Cox and son, Mai corn, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gibson of Memphis. Among those here Monday for the funeral of B. F. Lester, who died Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Jay; Mrs. I/iUte Earls and J. R,. Certain of St. Louis; and Rnpse] Corbin nnd Mrs. Wesley Davenport of Chattanooga, Tenn. Read Courier News Classified Ads. I-istcn lo KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and -1:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. 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