The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 30, 1952
Page 4
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PAOB FOOT BLTTHEVTLLE COURIER 1TETT8 TUESDAY, SEPT. 80, 19S« AlewA Pat Muilins, Society Editor Phons 4461 Baptist WMU Has Luncheon The home of Mrs. C. S. Lemons was the scene yesterday of a luncheon for members of the executive board of the Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church. Invocation was given by the Rev. R. C. Drown. To open the meeting, the group repeated their year's watchword. n-hich was followed by prayer by Mrs. Hays Sullivan. Mrs. Ted King. outgoing president. Introduced Mrs. Kendall Berry, who is new president, to preside over the business session, In which plans were made for the coming year, Hostesses for the day, other than Mrs. Lemons, were Mrs. E. B. Woodton. Mrs. Darrell Svvnnner, Mrs. W. M. Williams, Mrs. Herman Walls. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. Mrs. King was presented wilh a WMU pin by the group. Mrs. Woocison gave the closing prayer. Officers Elected By Nazarene FMS Members of the executive board of the Nazarene Foreign Missionary Soirioty met nt the church last ntghl to, elect chairmen of committee. Mrs, Harold Thompson gave the opening prayer before following officers were elected: Mrs. Dan Roberts, membership; Mrs. Pearl Ueen Hooper, The Other Sheep missionary paper; Mrs. May White, prayer ami fasting; Mrs. Marcelta While, relief nnd retirement fund; Mrs, Mildred Mayo, India (unrt; Mrs. Opal Lambert, medical missions; Mrs. Hozcl McWllllams, native workers; Mrs, Dorothy Hnlford, education; Mrs. Edel! Thompson, standard of efficiency; Mrs. Melva Fisher Is Hostess to YWA Jarrett, Mrs. La Vina Lambe Mrs. Ethel McGoe, program; and and So Beautifully Draped Mrs. Helen Roberts, alabaster box, In thcs piritual part of the meeting, the 20 members present, san& "Blest Be the Tic," after which Mrs. E)]R Jeffries led prayer, and Mrs. J. C. Driner gave a devotional from St. John. Mrs. Mary Hays dismissed with prayer. Program-Meet He Id by YWA .. Elghl members nnd two visitors attended a meeting of (he Young Women's Auxiliary of the Firsl Baptist Church Inst night at the hojne of Miss Millie Ann MaUory. Mrs, C. E. Evans offered the opening prayer, which wns follow ed by n brief business session with reports being given. Miss Kathcrlne Westbrook. new president, was in charge of the program, purpose of which was to acquaint all members with the du tlrs of each officer. Miss Lounell Overman gave the devotional and each officer committee chairman gave her par tlculnr duties. Miss Maxlne Hll dismissed (he group with a prayed which was followed by a socla period. Teacher Honored At Number Nine Members of the Intermediate Baptist Training Union of Number Jine honored their retiring teach- jr, Mrs. T. N. Johnson, with a par- y at Ihc home of Mrs. Prank Coats ast night. Sixteen members and guests attended, and played games on the Members of the Dolly Hlett Young Women '.s Auxiliary of the ~lrsl Baptist Church were enter- aincd last night at the home of IlFS Melba Fisher. Ernestine Holt, outgoing president, was In charge of a , short juslncss session, anii presented Mrs. J. A. Enderlln, counselor, and f{y Gllriicr, incoming president, vlth a corsage of whtte cnrnations Betty Ann Mullin.s was in charge of the program taken from the 'Window of YWA", which was entitled, "A New Curriculum In Japan," and spoke on "New Crea- ure in Christ." Marilyn Dougherty spoke on 'Old Japan," and Shirley Lavvlcr ; ft v e "Learning About Love. 'Teaching Young People" was given ay Ernestine Holt, and "The Example of LoveV' by Peggy Ollmer, was last on the program. A .state Missions program also elvcn with Betty Miillin* in charge. Those taking parts were Dorothy Melba Fisher Shirley Sheppard and Mrs. Ender Iln. r A guest for the evening was Mar; Lou Fisher, a sister of the hostess. awn. Refreshments were served, preceding the presentation of a gift to Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Raymond Whittle will be their teacher. Bits of News iflo6Uu Business Meet Held by WSCS Mrs, Cecil presided over a session of Women's Society of Christian Service, when members met at Lakfl Street Methodist Church yesterday. Mrs. George Shanks, who led tha opening prayer, Is spiritual life chairman, nnd win be in rhurg* of n week of prayer program on Oct. 29. Mrs. C. M. Baxter gave the devotional from the "Methodist Wom- and World Outlook," and took scripture from II Corinthians. After the meditation, Mrs. C. T. Chamlin led a dismissal prayer. YWA Counselor Is Hostess Stevie J. Henry Honored at Party Stevie Jenn Henry celebrated he fourth birthday, at the home of lie parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, Jack Hen ry, when 23 of her playmates at tended a party yesterday. Children spent the afternoon In playing party games nnd listening to phonograph records of stories. The large pink nnd IjHie birthday cake and Ice cream wns served at n long tnble on the Inwn, when; children were entertained. They were given balloons nnd othe favors. Mrs. Henry was assisted by Mrs. Summer Moore, Mrs. P. H. Parrlsh, Mrs. Fulton Elite, Mrs. Lcroy Ross. Mrs. Bernlce HiU, and Mrs. Peggy Smith. 'Story Hour' To Begin Saturday "Story Hour" at the Public LI- tend. Prom 40 to 50 children were brary for grade school children wlllj present at each of the "Story Hours" By Sue Burnett There'! a wealth of fashion interest In this charming frock lor date wear. The tllm skirt Is accented •with subtle draping, waist features an off-center closing and cleverly Ehaped collar. Pattern No. 8850 is B sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 14, IS, 15. 20; 40, 43. 44, 46. Size 16, 4Vi yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, slzo desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 375 Qulncy St.. Chicago 6, III. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. This new issue is filled with ideas for Bmart, practical sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed inside the book, 25c. • again be conducted throughout the school year by membere of 3?ythc- vllle Junior Auxiliary with (he first one to be held Saturday morning. According to Mrs. Freeman Robinson, chairman, the program has been designed to stimulate Interest In good books and regular use of the library. Auxiliary members planned the program with tha cooperation o( Mra. Ira Gray, Librarian. , children In the first, second and third grade«.«ill attend from 9 until 10, while 10 until u -will b« fot the third to sixth grade group. This Saturday will mark the beginning of rm attendance contest to end Chrhtmaft between Ihf, mudenU of Central, Ijinge, an* Bud bury schools. Prizes will b» 'awarded to ench of the grades In the winning schools. Auxiliary members who will work on the project are Mrs. Max Logan, Mrs. Dick J. White. Mr«. Dale Brlgg* nnd Mrs. James C. Guard. Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Gray plnn to visit the three schools Frt- I day and Invite the studenti to at- last year. Mrs. Robinson pointed out that the building of good rending hnblts n important part of the Auxll- ry's program devoted to child rvlee in the community. for the newest fashions, come to BERRY'S ^^.^"-^ ^ Awol Cardigan . . . jlnpti! locket of !**1ur*c!<oHon, (rimmed *irH ieci»0od wool j»rny and broidj rdine ikirl. ElocV Fop combined with *riit*, b/own, or royal ... oil wirh brack iVirt.A Paulo Brooki cfeugn. Siiei 10 To 20. $27.50 Mrs. C. 5. Birmingham was hostess last night to members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of Calvary Baptist Church. "Let Others See Jesus In You," \vn.s the opening song by the group, and was followed with a prayer by Miss Peggy Webb, nnd devotional from 'Corinthians, by Miss Joyce Ster-lc. After "Into My Heart," was suns. Mls.s Jean Norman closed the meet- Ing with prayer. In the social hour, which followed, the group made tea towels for the church kitchen. Mrs. Anther Jordan and daughters. Dianne and Linda, and Mrs. Jordan's mother, Mrs, Delia Johnson, all of Dyersburg, Tenn., visited Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hopper at promised Land this week end. While here, they all visited Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Brigance la Portageville, Mo. Mark Allen Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith ,Ls now re cupcrating at his home after undergoing an tonstlectomy at the Walls Hospital. He is reported to be "doing fine." Mrs. J. O. Ellis, Jr., and children are in Memphis today, Mrs. Idell Lowe, who is a patient at the Crippled Adults Hospital in Memphis, is reported to be in a satisfactory condition. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Webb, were with tier Sunday. Betty Jo Garner of Osceola. was the guest of Mtes Lounell Overman this week end, Mrs. Sally Kitnes has as her guests her brother. Don Carter, ami Mrs. Carter of compton, Calif., nb>o are visiting other relatives and friends. The three were In Portmjo- ville yesterday with another brother, Andy Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Carter plan to return to their home tomorrow. Willie Dob.wn, who formerly has made his home here, left yesterday morning for New Albauy, Miss., where he plans to reside. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, accompanied by Miss Adaline Lec f were in Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Denton announce the birth of their first child, a son. Saturday at Walls Hospital. He has been nameri Thomas Wade. M rs. Denton is t he form er M iss Bonnie Roberts of Gosnell, Harvest Supper Planned by WSCS President of the Women's Society of Christian Service of Promised Land Methodist Church, Mrs. Marcus Gaines, was hostess last night to members. Mrs. Gaines, before presiding over a business session, nskcd Mrs. Carl Burton to open the meeting with prayer. Mrs. J. M. Veasy was in charge of plans for the annual harvest supper to be held at the church Oct. 14 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Two new members. Mrs. Clothal Dulanoy and Mrs. Ray Harrison, were introduced. -Sit IJltt BlvthfVllle Ho«pll»l Dismissed: Mrs. Lllltan Mathls, City Mrs. H. Ketchum, Roseland Mrs. Lyman Henson and baby. City Mrs. Melvln Crosskno and baby, ity Wallt HoipUal Dismissed: - f Mrs. Dwayne Easley and baby, Burdette Mrs. Robert Petrovich, City Mrs. Eva Fradenburg, Dell Mrs. Robert Ross, City Mre. Eric Gambill, City Circle Organized By BWC of Trinity Members of the Business Women's Circle of Trinity Baptist Churclv met last night at the home of Mrs. R. W. Wooten on Lake Street for a business session. A circle for mothers with preschool age children was organized during the business, which was followed by a devotional piveivby Miss Bernlce Overman. Mrs. Bill Lowe gave the benediction. In a social period, refreshments were served by the hosts.v Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses from the office of the County Clerk. Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: George Swinson and Vera Lee Gates, Blytheville; Alfred Crisp. Tuckerman, and Auiiry Parks, Mt. Home; Truman Estes and Virginia Christie, Manila; Troy Cowan and Nina Fay Harris. Blytheville'; Clifford Blaylock and i\Jary Charles Hannaford, Blytheville; Elbert Denkins and Flossie Mae Scales. Ca-' Little, both of Blytheville. Coming Events Wednesday Garden Club has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the Woman's Club. Mrs. Bernard Jaggers is hostess to members of High Two Bridge Club at the Razorback Drive-In. Mrs. Jesse M. White is entertaining members of Club Eight. Mrs. Lewis Henderson is hostess bo members of CIS. Thursday Deborah Class of the First Bap tkt Church meets at the home of Mrs. W. M. La Ferney for pot luck supper at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Louis Cherry is hostess for the first meeting of the season o: Mid-week Club, Mrs. Lynn Hughes entertains members of La Nueve Club at her home. Duplicate Bridge League plays a Hotel Noble. Mrs. Gilbert Smythe Is hostess to members of the TLE. Thursday Rook Club meets at th< home of Mrs. W. B. Mayo. Mrs. J. W. McHaney entertain: members of GKO Club. Friday Executive board of the WMS o Trinity Baptist Churcn has busi ness session at 2:30 p.m. at the horn of Mrs. R. W. Woolen at 638 Lake. Mrs. George Pollock Jr. is hos toss to members of the Friday Contract Club. Dorcas.Class of the First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. A. Rushing at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. Jessie Reeder as her co-hostess. Chapter "N" of PEO meets at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Riley B. Jones. Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr., has Fresh Iodine spots usually come out with soap and water. A little alcohol or ammonia solution will •cmove stubborn traces. Be sure, however, that the fab™ can stand he chemical action by doing a test on an inside seam, La Finesse Club. Saturday Story Hour for children from irst grade to sixth grade lo be leld at the Public Library. Blytheville Junior Auxiliary Is sponsor Afternoon game Duplicate Bridge League held at Hotel Noble. Dessert bridge and canasta benefit Is to be given by the UDC at 1:15 p.m. at the Woman's club Mrs. Gean Atkinson may be called for reservations. Friday, October 10 Annual reception for members o the faculty of Blytheville Schools given by the Woman's Club, at thi club. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. . 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