The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 9, 1952
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BLYTHEVILLE (AHK.) COURIER NEWS Pat Mullin*, Society Editor Phoa» 4461 Luncheon-Meet Held by Baptists Sixty-one members of the Women's Missionary Umon or the First Baptist Church attended the luncheon meeting yesterday with a Royal Service Program, and business session. ThelJ watchword and hymn for the year were given before (he program. Officers recently .elected by the church to serve for the coming year Include Mrs. Kenrtnll Berry, president; Mrs, E. L. Hale. first vice president; Mrs. K. H. Brooks, second vice president; Mrs. C. F. John- Bon, third vice president; Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, secretary: Mrs. DarreU Swarmer, corresponding secretsm*. Circle chairmen are Mrs. J. W. Raydcr, Mrs. W. M. Mitchell. Mrs. J, T. Westbrook, Mrs. Forrest Mnorc*. Mrs. W, M. Williams, Mrs. R. E. Blaylock and Mrs. F. L, RCRan. Topic of the Royal Service pin- gram was "Japan's Puzzled People," which wns dismissed with prayer by Mrs. C. M. AbboiL. Patricia Utley Weds In Missouri Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Utley of Holland are today announcing the marriage of their daughter. Miss Patricia Jean Utley to Larry Bell, «on of Mr. and Mrs, H. Bell of Hny- tl. The ceicrr.ony, performed at Columbia, Mo., hy George Patterson, minister ol the Church of Christ at Columbia, at his home, took place July 26 at 4:30 p.m. Miss Jane Peavyhouse of Moun; tain Grove, Ky., server! as maid of i honor, and Ed Stcpenlc of Kansas City, Mo., was brst man. Mrs. Brll wore fnr her marriage, a dress of sheer pink, featuring a tiphtly nintildcrt bodice, and very full ekirt. Her large picture hat was [white, as her other accessories. The couple will make their home t in Columbia, where Mr. Boll Is a j member ol the graduating elass at I the University of Missouri.'Mrs. Bell j is a graduate of Holland High I School and attended David Llps- I comb College hi Nashville, Tenn., ! and University of Missouri. Peggy Allison Is Hostess to YWA Miss'Peggy Allison was hostess to members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of Calvary Baptist Church last night for » study book taught by Mrs. Georgia Hodge. Miss Alice Priest began thc meet-! with 20 members and one guest at- Mrs. Larry Hell Six Presbyterian Circles Meet Six Circles of Presbyterian Wo-1 the Bible study, and Mrs. ErJ Dicks men ol the First Presbyterian became n new' member Mrs Jesse Church met yesterday at, the homes! M. White met with the group, of members for B BlWc study. "Arej circle Four was entertained by " " "" ' Mrs, Byron Morse and Mrs. Vcrnon Thomasson presided over the htusi- You Achieving your Victory In Christ?" Mrs. T. O. Huey was hostess to members of Circle One at her home Ing with prayer, and Mrs. Bonnie Webb presided over a business session. "Highways *n the Desert," was taught and Miss Berna Komlrcn dismissed the group with prayer. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Birthday Party Given in Home Zetha Mae Fisher,' daughter of Mr. anrt Mrs. Homer Fisher, was entertained Saturday afternoon with a birthday party on her 13th birthday. After she opened her gifts, the 18 guests were served homemade Ice cream and birthday cake. Mrs. Plsh- er was assiste Melba Fisher. They're Just Alike Mrs. J. w. Maloney and Mrs. Cecil Ulm entertained members of the Womn's Society of Christian Service last night at the Lake Street Methodist Church, for a monthly program. Mrs. C. T. Chamlin led the open- Ing prayer, anrt Mrs. Cecil Liisk presided over A brief business session. Mrs. George Shanks gave a devotional from psalm and a song was sung. Mrs. Shank closed the devotional with prayer. Mrs. Iveison Morr's was in charge -.---.! of th« program, "O Tell Ye The to make, fit so well. This pretty j story." Those on program were Mrs. look-alike pair is adorable for big j Oerlrurte Holiman Mrs p B Jarand little rlster. I r( .|,, Mrs . Mary Scrapes, Mr*. E. R. Pattern No. 8fl4< is a se'.v-riteVr- Magnet, anrt Mrs. Lusk. who dis- forated pattern in sizes 11, 12, 13.! missed with prayer. 14, 16. 18. 20. Size 12, 3 7 . yards of i 39-inch; 1'i yarns ronlrast i s-~ , i n~T~ A Pattern No. SSHC 15 a sevv-ritc i L-GnT tO I T I A perforatfrt pattern in siics 3. J s ' 6. 7, 8 year.s. Size 4, 2 l incl:; 1 yarn contrast. Pnr lhf.e pattcrn.s. fend 3«c for 8844C By Sue Burnett Princess-lined frocks are so easy tending. Mrs. Edgar Borum presided over the business session, and the lesson was taught by Mrs. Harvey Klrtd. Mrs. C. M. Gray gave the emphasis from Presbyterian Women. Mrs. F.irrls McC.illa presided over a meeting of members of Circle Two at, the- home of Mrs. Sallba. Mrs. Hermon Carlton, a new member, met with the eight attending. Mrs. S. E. Tune gave the Bible Study. Circle Three met In Ihe home of Mrs. T. J. Mahan, when Mrs. Ro« Stevens presided over a business session for 13 members anrt two guests. Mrs. O. W. Dlllahunty gave Officers Announced at W'MU Meet Officers to serve for thc coming Auxiliaries are Miss Luctnda Cole year in the Women's Missionary Union or Calvary Baptist Church were announced yesterday at a meeting held at the church. To head the group is Mrs. Jack Attaway, president. Other officers Include Mrs. Henry McCain, first vice president; Mrs. Jack Vowell, second vice president; Mrs. Jack Tapp, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Lucian Galnes, young peoples leader; Mrs. Vernon Boyri, Mission study chnrman; Mrs. Tom Smaltey, Community mission chairmnn; Mrs. L. D. Marr, 'publicity chairman; MM. Charles Lipford, social chairman; Mrs. Carra Prultt, hospital chairman; and Mrs. Hubert Pols- grive, stewardship chairmnn. J. Fondren, Mrs. R. E. Smothers, and MiM Ellen Moore. Young Women's Auxiliary; Mrs. Darrcli Lunsford. Intermediate Girl's Auxiliary; Mrs. Leon rjobcrtson and Mrs. Jimmy Garner, Junior Girl's Auxiliary; Neal Gcnrian. Intermediate Royal Ambassador; T. C. Hopper, Junior Roynl Ambassador: snri Mrs. Bill Harriln and Mrs. George Narkx, Sunbeam leader. Business Women's Circle's advisors ore Mrs. Redman Gene and Mrs. P. H. Jcrnlgan. Following the business session, the program, "Japan's Puzzled People," El'ven by Mrs. Roland Davis. Scripture for the devotional was taken fromjSt. John and given hy Geurian, Mrs. Roll Mrs. Larry Byrinn. nd Davis and Counselors for Methodists Meet For Program iics 3 4 5 ' r-. r 1 i yards of 33- ' OQQ TQ Meet I HQ a EACH, in COTKR. vwr nanw ad- rircss, sizes d«sirert' and th- P -\T- NUMBER to s,-e H-r^it ' ca-o 6 III „ j , , Simdny martfd a mcctine of the E xe "," lvp hMr(1 «' c ™'^ P»«iU- T! - arl >« s Association at the home °, f ""• "»«"«T HW with Mrs. Jflmfts Tprr.v n< i-n-hostcw. smar,. practical sewing for a sea-son; gift pattern primed " new , Mrs . Ha¥s ccmrrcrt hfr t t e . wi ,h an arrancrmen! of Ml tlowers ' R " d sprvpti a "oi-!crt party foods. Open ;:00 pm Show Starts al Dusk. 2 SWs Every Ni£hl TUES.-WED. DOLLAR NITES Bring a Carload for $1 CKAILION UZASITW V.VtC* /HESTOH- SCOTT- L1NDFORS JAGGER-DtFORE SHORTS: "Duck Soup" & "Painters Pointer" Mrs. Vernln Henry McCain gave a message from Miss Virginia Tllghftll telling of the puzzled young people of Japan. "The Only Solution" was given by Airs. Attmray. "Our Girl's School" was discussed by Mrs. Darrell Lunfforrl. and a song nnd prayer by Mrs. Bernard Oean closed the meeting. It was announced that a season of prayer program will be held at the Church Monday at 10 n.m. with a potluck luncheon. -Al Rlythcrllle Ilnspit Dismissed: Pinky Thomas. City Nanry Henderson. City Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission Oc £ 3()c At All Times TUES. - \VED. - THURS. 2 Hits! ['At, NITKS 2 For Price of One ECT THE 'KEPT MEN-OF BIG TIME SATURDAY^ HERO -' —Plus— "IT'S A JOKE, SON" Henry Dclmar & L T na Merkcl Also Cartoon Bits of News TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1952 Mrs. Byron Morse, Mrs. W. B. Tanner, and Mrs. 'A. O. Little are spending today in Memphis. Fielder Perry has been removed Irom Walls Hospital to the Foii Root Hospital in Llltlc Rock. Mis. Perry Is with him at present. Mrs. C. W. Afllick Is In Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kinncy returned home Sunday following a visit wtih Mr. and Mrs. R. \v Moonoy of Tiptonvllle, Tenn. Amnns other relatives also there were Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Lambert and son. Dicky of West Memphis, and nick Mooney and son, Jimmy, of Mem- 1 phis. • Mrs. W. E. Haeen, Miss Elizabeth Sweet, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seibert and' ,020 fashions points of California and Mexico. ' *"'" il! !> ' on in llle "Fashions and Flashbacks Fashion show Tea" to be They were accompanied hy Mrs. ; tf - lfl s 'T>t 19 by nlytheville Junior Auxiliary. Shown admiring a modern ima f n M has I)1 ;ou,n,ed ,« ' " Ml1 ™ "' ''<" "> "« ht ' »'»• *'«" »»"*«>. *, Mr, James' C. Arkansas Polytechnic College at Ouard ' Mrs - Russcllvllle. The condition (Ccnirk-r N'lus rholoj Tuesday Girl Scout Lone Troop Association meets at 7:30 p.m. at Little House. Alpha Delta Chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi has 8 p.m. meeting at Barfield Mrs. Billy Gene Barnes. Wednesday Deilonian Chapter, of Delphian Society has meeting at Hotel Noble at 10 a.m. Dogwood Home Demonstration club has semi-monthly meeting at club house. Mrs. S. C. Owens entertains Cl'Jb Eight with dessert bridge. Mrs. Richard T. Mills i s hostess to members of GIB Club. Deltonfan Chapter of Delphian Society meets at Hotel Noble at 10 a.m. Thursday UDC luncheon to be held at 12:301 p.m. at Rustic Inn. Hostesses are' Mrs. w. D. Cobb, Mrs. Mel Brooks,! Mrs. Henderson HalJ. Mrs. J. W. i Adams. Sr., Mrs. G. H. Orear, Mrs. 1 Ralph Berryman. I Executive board of the Junior] Hifh Parent-Teachers Association I McHaney, Mrs. Max Logan and Mrs. Far^'McGana i M^.^d"^,^"" 8 * h ° me ° f Coming Events Club begins with 1 p.m. luncheon followed by an afternoon of bridge, Biblical Site Resettled By Agriculturists TEL AVIV l/Pj-A new agrlcul- tural settlement has been estab. lislied on a famed Biblical site of the Holy Land—at Tsiklag, which is mentioned in the Book of Samuel as a place given by Ashtsh. King of Galh, to David after h« had fled from Saul. Tsiklag, now named Kibuz Lahaw, is on a hill in Southern Israel. The settlers say the soil is good for barley planting. The condition of Bob Walclen,: ._ who underwent an appendectomy: KOOrinn "Twpnt !("-><;' Fncr-l ii-it-ic Ts^ D^ early Saturday, in Walls Hospital.! INVJUI ll! y ' WL-IHlCib rUSniOnS 1 O D6 is renortcrl satisfactory, :\A/ i r~ i • <-i /- - — Dcbra Dcni«ck thc name chosen; Worn at rasnion Show Seot 19 by Mr. and Mrs. Leon Waltlen for ^", --^pi. \, by Mr. and Mrs. Leon Waltlen for Ihrlr first child, a daughter, born at Walls Hospital Sunday. Mrs, Walden IK the former Miss Winnie GoocUon. daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Coy Goodson, formerly of Blytheville. Mr. anrl Mrs. Hershell Garner have as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. ness session. Thirteen members nnd' one guest attended for thc Bible study given by Mrs. James Manley. • Mrs. A. O. Holimnn was hostess, and Mrs. Malcolm Grecnway was co-hostess to members of Circle Five at thc Hollman home. Mrs. Fred Sandclur. presided over the business, and Mrs. Hugh Hudson taught the Bible study to the 16 members present. New members x^ere Mis. B. C. Bailey and Mrs. Max Walters. Mrs. James Carter gave a program. Mrs. Walter Shoiisc and Miss Patty June Davis were hostesses Cor members of Circle Six. when Mrs. Nora Spradley, chairman, presided. Five visitors met with the 12 members for a Bbile study niven by Mrs. Doyle Turner. Mrs. White was a guest of this circle. Buck to the days of '"2i skiddoo" and "Oh. you kid!" co the styles modeled by Junior Auxiliary members previewing their annual fashion show to be held September 19. Dating from the 1016 style worn by Mrs. AH'in Huffman. Jr. to the one of 1927 worn by Mrs. Farris J. 0. Via Is In Jackson. Miss., as the west of his son, Ira Via and j hip family, and granddaughter. Mrs. , „ Russell Spence and faml.y for .1 '"g monms visit. Danny Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. of the "roaring twenties" when w «ists were extreme, bodice hi?h or , ow antl bkirti ran2eti {rt)m thc n .. - noil .. „: ht] , t^'^T! Jl™ 'S C. ouarti. Mrs. Robert McHaney, and Mrs . M nx Lo 3 an show the transi- . Burdette PTA has first general meeting at the school at 2:30 p.m. with L. H. Autry, guest speaker. Mrs. diaries Affllck entertains members of Kibitzer. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. T. W. Ooforth. Duplicate Bridge League plays at ins? back to 1919, 1920, and 1924. ^u,n,^i e The group Is shown admiring a Hotel Noble. bouffant black net evening gown | Miss Vera Goodrich Is hostess to with a stole of white woo!, typical [ members of GEO Club, of the many beautiful modern fashions to be shown. The Auxiliary's fashion show-lea t-nlittcd "Fashions and Flashbacks" Mrs. Jack Friday Webb Is hostess to membors of the LaPinesse Club. Yarbro PTA has 2:30 p.m. mect- No ° " •; "-••••>, °«» «• t>". «uu »n». Mrs. Max ixi?an snow- tne transi- rio Charter Fmhnrrncar Llnwoort Lewis Is In the Methodist i tinn of tne period . tnclr gowm d at- iT ,. . cmDa "°^ Hospital in Mmcphfs. | - A/ledrcs in Pennsylvania Mr. and Mrs. Edear Cain an-: Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Cain an-: nounce the birth of their first child.' Tourists See Gold at Walls Hospital .Sept. 2, she IMS i j • if" I been named Deborah .Jane. Mrs. I Mine at {.ripple Cnin Is the former Miss Ramorm England. Manila Club Has First Fall Game CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo. (ffV-The renowned Molly Kathleen Mine has hit the jackpot in two ways — in hiE;h-prade gold ore and in tourist business. Supt. Lee Brown said eold pro- duclion is steady dvit doesn't inter(ere with visits by tourists. Last 15,500 visited the mine and i year MANILA — Mrs. E. C. riecman entertained her Friday night bridge ,„ ,„„..,„._ „ „ „ at her home, with three tables! oils year the sightseers are keeping of bridge; and a dessert course j eight guides busy. marking the first meeting of the — • • fall season. „ , . .. club members. Guests for the occasion were winnin» hi"h score Mrs. Bearl wlldy. Mrs. D. C. Wright „.,, ' M«° vtreinfa Fa and Mrs. Grover Snider. j ^^^"second ^ace w Winners In the bridge game were ! hostess. Mrs. Max Isaacs, first, thc hostess, i ' —— second, and Airs. n. J. McKinnon third. Pink nnd red roses Tvere used'in decorating the entertaining rooms. in canasta •e Gabber t, mt to the Atsanac Club Organized Here Among new bridge and canasta clubs. Is the newly organized At- .Sflnac Club which WHS entertained by Mrs, Austin Jenkins at her home Saturday. Miss Mary Eikins anrt Mrs. Joe Elkins were guest players with thc S»tll. Forget IL Maytag does all I*,*,,*™.,,. 299.85 ^ a 7 rV - Soeil t«T Tlrsll iw.ay. Adams Appliance Co. Inc. WANT CAR SALESMAN Experienced man preferred. We have an attractive proposition for the right man — but please apply in person. All replies will be kept confidential, of course. HORNER-WILSON MOTOR CO., 317 East Main, Blytheville. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY lVE tetni- erfuf ROARING .. /_Q!/£ AG 4r&2 Rock HUDSON Charles COBUW GigiPEIMAU SHORTS: "Born to Peck" & "It Happened All Night' RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Paul .lobe and family Mr. and Mrs. Clclus Railcy antl family .Mr. and .Mrs. ficnrsje Hohhard Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Hick \Valson and familv - .. be neld at the Hotel Noble i in B at school, preceded by Execu- vhere this collection of old dresses, tive board meeting at 2, Day at Blytheville Country scmbled by Nelly Don, will be on splay through the cooperation of iliss Whltsltt's Shop. I FLASH Cameras for Rent Take wonderful Indoor plclures with a flash camera from Barney's Drug. Low rates. All kinds of camera supplies are available here. Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS 2006 W Main Phone 3HJ ALLENTOWN, Pa. fjFj_The Leigh County Medical Society, after < 00 years of operation, has finally I otten around to "making It legal".j >y applying for a charter under the i ion-profit corporation law. ] The embarrassing lack of a char- : er was revealed when it was dc- ! •irted to make a ruinor amendment n the society's by-laws. j The first legal step wa« the dissolution of an old 1S10 organiza- ion known as the Allentown Acad;my of Medicine. -NOTICE- We want to loan you a Garber Power Seeder re sow your Fall cover crop seed, if you buy your seed from us at competitive prices. Yes, \Ve Can Handle Your Go\ernment Loan Paper. For Further Information Call A. A. HARDY 70S Clear Lake Ave. Exclusively Ours! New versatile smart-looking house and town COTTONS 198 Crisp styling and good value in a wide range of fashion. Misses' and i half sizes. Guaranteed in every way* QUICKIE WRAP? Generous wrap fkirt for around thc house and out of floors. RED, BLACK. 12-20;'-.*^ 14>/ 2 to 241/ 2 . 1 98 FLARED HOUSmPRJMT Full front scallop lr)i\i. ciit-aw teL sleeve?, mandarin BLACK, NAVY. POP-ON Versatile topper tpiick to wear »t a blouse, smock, ho«"toss apron. BLUE, RED, GOLD. Small, Medium, Large. 2OO E. MAIN ST.

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