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BLYTTTEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1952 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Mrs. William Wyatt Re-Named Head Of Methodist WSCS; Others Elected Mrs. William H. Wyatt *ax re-elected president of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church yesterday at a hmcheon-meotmg at the- church. Circles Four, Five anri Six wp.re ho5tc5£cs for the occasion. Mrs. E J. Cure led the proziam "Labor Unions," In which Nfrs Max O. Usrey, Mr.s. Jnmes C. Guard anri Mrs. F. E. Scott participated- Mrs. Wyatt later conducted the busmen mortinp followinc lunch- con a lit! it wns announced hy Mrs, Hush WhitMtt. rhnt the annual Mny breakfast sponsored by the WSCS \voulrt be held at the church May 15. Mr.s, Whilsltt is ehnhman of tho affair. Other officers fo serve \\ill be Mrs. Alfred William?, first virr president: Mrs, George Pyles. src- ond vice president; Mr.s. L. E. Olci. secretary; Mrs. Elton Kir by. promotion secretary, and Mrs, C. A. CunninGham, treasurer. Secretaries of activities will be Mrs. J. C. Oroke, Chris.tian-5ncial relations; Mis. DM: J. White, missionary rducntinn nnd so r vice; Mrs. W, A* Hollinps'-aii'th, sturieiU work: Mr.s. Jerry Heain, youth work; Mrs, R, A. Nelson, children's work; Mrs, Alex Shelby, spiritual life; Mrs. H. W. Wyhe, j.slntnr. of women: Mis. K J. Cine, : supply work, Mrs. Blrm Heath, publicity and printing and MJS Gean Atkinson, literature and publications. Executive Board Has Luncheon Meeting in Jesse M. White Home Bits of News I t'lo4Uy f- crtoncii Luncheon at the Je^:-e M. White] home yesterday honored members j of the Executive Board of the Women i of the First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. G. W, Dillahmily was co- i hostess for the 11 n m. mcPtin?j which 5he opened with prayer. Mrs, Dillahunty also spoke on the organization of the women of the church. Luncheon was served from a central table overlaid with a culwnrk cloth and centered with white narcissi and fern, mailer tables topped with narcissi and violets were spaced about the Minpnrch. Mrs. While conducted the afternoon session and Mrs. Dillahimiy led the 21 members in the repeating of a Psalm. Following officers' reports. Mr*Roy Walton and Mrs. ROM Stevens were named delegates to the Pres- bvtrrial mrrtin? planned for April n-lft. The meeting \vaA closed witlt a prayer. Bright Color for Trim Osceola Resident Reveals Plans For Marriage O.SCFTOLA—Ml=s Patty Jean An- rirr.ion. daughter of Mr. mid Mr.s. CharJr.s Spfnrer Anderson, today announced plans fnr her mnrrince to Davlri Rurrifi Hisnu-, son of Mr anr! Mrs. j. R. Flfsaw. The hridc-elect is the prand- dau^htrr of the Into Mr. rind Mrs. J. A. Anderson of BlytheviMe. IES Anderson was prarluatetl from Osceola High School anrf attended the University of Mississippi, where she was a member of the Zeta Ton Alpha octal ororily. the Pan-Hellenic Council, the "V" Or- canizatlon, nnd (he University Chorus. Nir. Hlsaw was era dilated from O-reola Hiph chool and Ls employed by Bryant's Grocery. The wedding is planned for May 4th In the First Baptist Church In CX ; cea!a with the 'Rev. Percy J. Herrlns officiating. 8235 Supper Marks 15th Birthday Mfiry Ann Pisher was 15 years old yesterday anri the occasion wns marked with R spaghetti supper irlven in her honor laM. nicht, in the home of iier parents. Approximately 15 guests were present. After party games wera played, birthday cake and drinks were served. An out of town guest was Mrs Stella Hood of Dayton, O, By Sue Burnett This youthful frock lor all occasion wear ail summer is perfect for pay tubbable cotlons. brightly accented with buttons in a contrasting tone. A choice of sleeves is provided. Patteru No, 8235 is a few-iite perforated pattern In fires 12. 14. 16. 16. 20. Size 14. 3X yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, ?.enrt 30c in COINS, your name, f\drtr??>, .=izr cir- Sirrrt. anrj t'rr PATTERN* NUMBER to Sue. Burnett. Courier Xc'.v, 5 ;. 375 Q>:incy St.. Chicago C. III. SeiiJ ^5 rrntj> today fnr ynur rnpy of Bwlc FASHION '5?. It shnws yr.u hnu to make your wnrriTobe tin double ci'.ny \\iih economical, tiino.'-.iv- inr: ^ryLfis. Oi!t pattern pvinlcrt in- sifie 25 cen'.s. Mrs. Glen Bunch Hostess To Yarbro Methodists Mrs, Glen Hunch last nlcrht wa; hostess at her home to members o the Yarbro Methodist Women' Society of Chritlan Service (or a program session. Group sinzing followed hy H dc votional and prayer by Mrs. Denn; Hammond preceded the InlUa study ot the book, "The Family—o Christian Concern" with Miss Alic Marie Ross and Mrs. Paul Abbot lending the two first chapters. In the business .session, the So ciety's two cuests. Mr.s, Cecil John son anrt Mrs. Jimmy Baughman were Inlrociucpd- A sot-la I hour followed the ad journinc prayer. |Mrs. joy Ross is Guest 'With Baptist Circle Mr-;. Joy Rns? was the only tue.-t j 1 lflo.t m?ht with eizht inrmbei-.= of | the Bu.'ine.v Wotnrn's Circle of j Trinity Baptist Church, who niet- nt the l^ime nf Mrs. Bobby Wrhh. Mrs. Irirll Lowe cnve the cievo- M.rXOKA KKSJDDNT IION- ()i',l,D—Mavourcen IVtty, dmit;Vi- ter o( Mr. and Mrs. E. n. Petty of Luxma. nnd a junior in Luxora Hlph School, has been chosen as a representative to the annual Girls' Slate to be held at Camp Robin.son in Little Hork June 714. Miss Petty Is co-sponsored by the American Lncion Auxiliary of Luxora anri the Luxor a R-olary Club. Veckly Session Held \t Mclhodist Church Members of the Women's Society f Christian Service of Ivike Street ileihntiist Church met List nicht t the church for th"ir weekly mect- Mr.s, Jm; Davis, virp-prrsidnnt, u'esicird over the mcotini; In tlic bs.cnce of Mrs. Hilly King, prrsi- lent, After varlmis reports had hren lven, Mr.s. Jim Davis Ird the de- •otlona], uslnc ns her subject, "Trip a Magic Carpet to the Mount of Olives." The mretini: wns di^ini.^erl by hr Rroup repeating Hie Lord's 3 raycr. Mark Kdward Townwnd, son of, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Town send, is Kpondinp 10 days hnre as guest of his grandpare.nTs, Mr. anri Mrs, Emil J3imon. Mr. and Mrs, Townsend arc in Nevada, Mo., where the -family vill makri their home, Mrs. Stolla Hood or Dayton, O., the housesurst o( Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fisher. C. G. nedman, Jr.. nrrived Sunday by plan^ from Vir^inii Military fnstitute to spend a week with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. G. Rec!- rnnn. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harpole, Jr.. have as thrlr gMzt Mrs. Harpolc'a mother, Mrs. L. C. I/emond, of Trenton, Tenn. i\!r. and Mrs. Jim Crafton, have afi tlieir pue.sts Mrs, L/iinsc Lyons Atkmsnn of Homer. La., nnd daughter, Mr.s, E. G. Hurley Jr. of Mc- fluire Air Force Ba^r N.-J. Mrs, Rhelburne Brr^er returned yesterday from St. Louis where she )iat! .spent two weeks as truest of lier sister, Mrs. Eugene Atchley, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Perry announce the birth of a snn Saturdrky I at Walls Hospital. He is their sec- j ond child and has heen iiamod Clyde Daniel. They have a daughter. Pamela Gay. Mrs, Perry is the for- me t Miss Gay Nell Crecelius. Mrs. J. B, Bollard will be removed to the home of her son, Eric Bollard today from Memphis Methodist Hospital. She suffered a broken hip recently. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bosun and son. Tommy Hale, accompanied'by Mrs, F. A. Alexander of LeachvtUe. have returned from Fort Pierce. Fla., where they spent several da vs. They were accompanied home by Minerva Joe Bogtm. who had spent thret 1 months there, Edward Lee Pipkin, whn Is a student at Washington University. St. Louis, win arrive In the morning to be the Sprlnc hnlidnv nne^t of his mother. Mrs. A, ,1. Pipkin and ister, Mrs, Doris Phillip 1 ; and family. Proper Shoe Works Wonders in Appearance (•'eel .ire, ^s fli.stinctivc as faces- The proper type of shoe can work woiiflers hi your general a|i[>c.iranee aiitl well-being. It can make ym» UniU t.iHrr. if you arc slinrt; tul iiuUcs oil your height, if yon are quite lalJ; improve your figure by giving \-tm a proper stance. If ynii have a high-instep foot, choose a gootl-lookina leather pump, with l<ju-out Miles (Jcfl). A shoe ivhich conies u]> ton hich on the side-, uill jiim-ri Ihe instep. Tall and shorl step out for Spring in imait tiM'le.iLher numbers with medium heels which are idcat for bolli (center). Tbe shorl girl sets an added lift while lier tall friend' dramali/.e.s her'hcishl, withrmt gctlinj* itilo the- iiralosnhere. The inmlgir.irti rftett on the suede shors vxorn by the tail «irl provides intcrcslinsi tletail on wliat is b.isk-.illy a classic pump. The sitle- vanip slripping on her cuinpanion's shoes i;ivrs :\ dramatic line. A hifili-cut modified oxltinl furnishes conilorlabJr support for the sir! with a low instep (right), as well as smart fashion wc.ir. Before vou step into Spring, be sure you are wearing shoes lhat suit your feeL Suggestions Given for Smart Easter Attire with Eye to Budget, Climate NEW YORK— (NEAl— Easter Is synonymous with spring. Time to pack away winter clothes, time to blns5om out in new finery, Time to venture forth into brilliant sunshine and !o?e a winter pallor. The feminine approach to Easter varies nrcordinE to budget and climate. For -some women, it means a business Session Held n E. R. Mason Home The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Monthly WTYlU Session Conducted at Church Wo- The monthly session of (he men's Missionary Union of Cnlvary Church yes t e r ri a y was h f?! d at the church with Mrs. H, J. Fondren. president presiding. Prayer by Mrs. S, D, McGee anri group singing opened the ses>:on which was hichlight/'fl by a c!is- en'.s Episcopal Church met last j cussion of the county Girls' Aux- At the Hospitals niythevUlc Hospital Laura Potts. Luxora Alexancirr Pa\Tie, Hcrmondale ^Trp. Billy Brothers and baby. City George r.,imb. City Mrs. Drmv Ruphinp. Cooler Wall?; Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Arthur Blaylock, Keiser at the home of Mrs. E. R Mason. Mr.s. Leroy Huddleston gave -he devotional. A brief business session was con- ductcct Finti Mrs. Huddleston announced that the last study group would meet tonight. The program will be "Holy Communion." An ofTcring was taken for the buying of Bibles for Arkansas State Hospitals. Following the dismissal, relresh- ments were served by the hostess. 10 Members Attend Circle Meeting Ton members of Trinity Baptist iliary supper this month. The afternoon's devotional was piven by Mrs. Joe Trmlinpon and prayer by Mrs. Helen Gean claseri ;c.^slon. Coming Events Tuesday East Ride Garrlcn Club has 7:30 p.m. meeting at Lake Street Metho- i '• dist Church. Mrs. B. A. Bllgtr. prn- prnm chairman and Mrs. W. E, Buchanan, hostess. Wednesday tinn ot officers at First Baptist Church. preceded by Executive Board meet.inz, Thursdaj* Mary Martha Class nf First Bap[ tist Church has potluck supper i meeting FU home of Mrs- Ben Mayes at 7 p.m. Mrs. J. J. Cnokston and Mrs. j, L. Nabers. en-hostesses. Fidelias C!as.=, of First Baptist Churchh as 7 p.m. meeting at home nl Mrs. L. C, RolUson, 719 IlolUson Avenue lavish turnout. But for many others. it means that the new -spring suit, or coat, or dress' is hoarded for Easter Sunday u'<;ar. For still others, last year's si]lt gets a refurbishing anri appears In th? parade with a new bonnet, gloves, scarf, glitter pins, bag and shoes. Whatever the approach. It's exhilarating to be a part of the parade. And this year, there are goori fashions for every purse. 'The brief coat, for instance,, is available to everyone. You pay as little or as permanent guests. Porpoises Enter Fishinq se who in the de-1 ti/ . -^ _ _ •* Waters; On Purpose? may writers. Its would be "thos dine of their cientiveness need care and assistance." Funds for the house of rest will be collected through art shows, writings and collections in Italy and abroad. Organizers here said groups in fhe United States, Brazil. Sweden, France and co-operating. Switzerland | Duplicate Briri»e League ploys at ! Hot?! Noble at 7:30 p.m. Elllctb Fletcher Chapter of UDC hss 12:30 luncheon meeting at Ho- Nohle. Mrs. C. L. Me Waters reservation chairman* Euzelian Claf.s of First Baptist i Churrh has 7:30 p.m. meeting at much ns you like and you get a becoming fashion for your money. The coat that's waist-length or slightly longer can be worn on Easter Sunday with A full skirt or a slim skirt. It can sweeten up last year's outfit or become an Intecral par!- of a carefully planned, brand- new Easter costume. This is also true of the suit which ! is. in many parts of the country, 1 the thing to wear for Easter. Fort some women, It's high-fashion from j j a name designer For others, it's basic fashion that's more classic In ' approach and therefore better suit- j ed to a carefully-balanced budget- j But, In any case, it's an ideal foil j for accessories. The silk riress. good under a coal! or small fins, is another value for your money. It can cost a great dciil or very little. But no matter what the price ta?, it's a well-loved fashion this spring, adaptable to many occasions. It can be dressed up or down, just as you wish. And, therefore, it can loom important In an£- wardrobe, for Easter Sunday and for R long time thereafter. Decorated Homes Paintings and scrolls on the walls of Chinese homes are changed periodically to keep them in harmony with the seasons. Unlike the austere Japanese houses, Chi- KITTY HAWK, N. C. W-An old superstition Among seafaring folk preventing school of the annihilation of ocean porpoises in lower Currituck Sound. The playful and sleek porpoises, which usually live only in salt water, recently moved Into the fresh waters .of the sound. Commercial fishermen report they are seriously interfering with their tnke of fish. One old-timer estimated that a school of 20 porpoises consumes about e.OOfl pounds of fish daily. Superstition says to kill a porpoise is "as unlucky as walking ne.se home are profusely decorated. | under a dozen ladders." Deltonlan Chapter of Delphiai Society has 10 a.m. meeting at H,i- Circle Two yesterday met at" the tcl Noble, hnnw r>r Mrs. H. H. "Burnett for a Annual congregational dinner at mission study j Fir.st Prosbytrrian church at 1:43 Mrs. C. E. Parts was en-chairman P m - ""rtting for the session which oprncri with a devotional by Mrs. Burnett and prayer by Mr.s. E O. Lnvcll. Mrs. R. \v. Women dirrct'rl the n I home of Mrs. Joe Atkins. niispion study program and prayer hy Mrs. Woolen clnsed the meeting. Activities Cancelled Al Country Club Activities at the Country club .Saturday have been ranrrllr-n' due to Holy Week anri E.islrr Eve serv- ires. Dinner, hnwevrr \vlll no served a.s usual Saturday at the dull. rhirri Monday of each month Pr.iycr hy Mrs. Muriel Davis closed thn sr>s:on. mrtl ^nci pirMncn over 1ne session j in vvhirh plnns were ma(!p for Circle l mrrtnies to hr held tho tii-.st nnd Open 6:30 p.m. — Show Stints at Dusk 2 Shows Every NiirhC TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Dollar A Car Niulils! Hrin K A Car Kul For A Dollar:' DRAMA WITH DYNAMITE IN ITS KISSES! r'^'W S\^ Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times meeting o! :hurch year. Prayer mtetine nt T:30 hrp^rifast at 7 p.m. followed by 8 p.m. choir re-jb.ick. icar.saL Friday Pre-Ea-ster service at First byterinn Church at T:30 p.m. Phcbean Cln.s. 1 ; of First Baptist Ch'.irch has annual Easter .sunrise tun. at the Razcr- \V- S. Johnson hostess at her Mrs. Travis Dfon hostess to! home to member.- of Alpha Delta Rest for Weary Artists Provided by ' Semi-Canafita club. Central PTA has 3 p.m. Chsptrr ol Beta Sigma Phi for 2:30 p m. mce'inc;. MILAN, Italy. OF— An International "house of rest" for aiding artists nnr) writers will be built here by " Angel icurn," a cultural organization sponsored by the ranciscan Friars. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY * - ii- CLAUDETTE MACDOfiALD ZACHARY COLBERT CAREY • SCOTT tn Also Cnrtnnn S: Coniprlv Also Shorts: "Sliphorn Kinq" ^ "l.nrfy .Marines" Tl : KS.-\VKI). I'al Niles 2 For ('vice of One i WARNER BROS' —• AduUs: 50c — Children Under 12: FREE Free Pony Rides, Swings & Slides RITZ GUESTS Dr. £ Mrs. .lark \Vebb Mr. & Mrs. Tloyrl A. While NANCY y FRANK , "' — MICHAEL CURTIZ W 2 Ui'cl Comedy & Carloon COMING SOON TO THE RITZ DKATH OK A SAl.KSMAN—uith Kredric March »1 Mildred Dunnnrk ' PKIDK OK ST. 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