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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 10, 1950
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(ARK.)' cotmren TUKSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1059 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Shower Compliments Mrs. Russell Blackwell A miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Russell Blnckweil. who was Ix-fore her recent marriage Miss Peggy Rcod, was given Friday night when Miss Margie Robertson and Mrs. Hay Swiuey entertained at the Swiney home. The guests were seated in (he en-! tei'inming rooms in which were placed low bowls filled with aborted flowers. In the party games playrd prizes were presented Mrs. Russell Bunch and Mrs. Hattfe Fay Qulntoii. Mrs. BlackwelL, who wore for the] occasion n hunter green wool two !. piece frock with brown acces-sories,! WHS showered, with gitts from the ' group. j Special guest for the occasion was Mrs. Silas Heed, houoree. mother of the Mrs. O'Keefe Guesl Will) GEO Bridge Club O'Kcrfe was guest of (lie OKO Club Mrs. W. TI. with members when Mr.s. Johnson BUu'kwell hostess last night at her home. Low bowls filled with red roses the room in which i MOUNTAIN STUDENTS—Arknii-fus KirLs now cmolicd in Blue Mountuin College, Blue Mountfiin, Miss., are bat'k row (left to right) Billie Ann Gsvin, J.exa; Marlnn ^faye.s, niytlicvillc; and Bet lye Gray Jackson, Pine Eiluff. Front row: Pogfiy Ann Green, Marianna; Maiinne Sparkman. Pine Bluff; Muxine Finc'her. Muniln; Jessie Hankins. Pine Bluff; Jane Griffin, Memphis nnd Evelyn Hill, Luxora. Miss Maycs Ls the dmifjliter of Mr. and Mr.s. John Mayes, Circle Two Elects OHiccrs for 1950 P1(1/o aficrnoon lo was ei^ht rnetn- wns pflcc n e room n wc the nu-mbcr.s and guest* were seated bcrs of Circle Two of the Calvary for the bndge Miss Claire Huffman won hi eh and Mrs. Ray Whit ting ton bridgo. Durmg the evening Mrs. JBlac! WRll served a dc.ssert course. 7950 Officers Elected By Calvary Circle Five Church when the group met for a brief business- meeting. Mrs. Carry Pruitt led tlic opening prayer after -Ahicn Mr.s. Sam :k- i McOee gavp ilie (Tei'oiiomil which svas U'ikcn from Matthew 20. Mrs. James llambo led the circle In prayer niter which Mrs, H, J. Foudrcn, circle chairrtiau. presided over the business session during whifh time officers for 1950 were elected. Those elected to .serve were Mrs. R. F;. Smothers, program chairman; Mrs. Jack Alt a way. when the group met yes- i -^rctary and treasurer; Mr,. Carry at the home of Mrs. 'Porter | Pf f l - coniinunLt.v missions chairinifn: nnd Mr.s. Snm MuGce, co- Mrs, Christine Jackson was selected program chairman for I&50 for Circle Five of the Calvary Baptist, Church terday Miller. i Tlie meeting was opened with c "*J rnifln -. prayer which was led by Mrs. Rcna I - - Ihe closlUK ^ rlli ' er was wordetf Priest. The devotional was given by. Mrs. P. II. Jernigan. In the brief business session conducted by Mrs. Hckn Gcan presiding chairman the follmvinii officers were .selected: Mrs. Jackson, program chairman; Mrs. Miller, secretary and treasurer: Mrs. Jernigan, community mission chairman; and Mrs. Wood row Wilder cochairman. Mrs. FannJe Cavaslier ted the closing prayer. In the social hour following the hostess served refreshments- Mrs. Fondren. Baptist Circles Meet In Members' Homes Number Nine WMS Meets in Hart Home Eleven incn the Numbe Lenders tr Mne Circle mrmbcis of tno First Rnp- tisl Church met, yesterday for the regular meetings. Circle One mot with Mi.s. Murray Smart with 10 members and two visitors present. The nicotine was opened with prayer which was led by Mrs. l^slle Moore. Mrs. Smart conducted n business .session afler which she gave the devotional The weeling was closed wills mnyer by Mrs. Ted King. Mrs. H. II. Brooks was hostess tn 1 1 members of Circle Two. The meeting was opcnel with pnnvr *i uritvc r which was v.oiflcd bv Mrs. E, C oust Cl urd Baptist ' Thc ""-otiorml ,v,, S K ivrn by Urs K( , Ilcl . iI] B ,, rry fo , luw(ll , hy (ho hostess for the regular business meeting. The meeting was opened with prayer which was led by Mrs. Bo Stovatl. Mrs. Alice Coates gave the afternoon devotional which was taken from Acts 2:44-47. j In the business meeting which ! was presided over by Mrs. T. N. | Johnson, gruop reports were made. Mrs. Stoval! reported on the group's work for 1949. This was followed by reports on the various auxiliaries. Mrs. Tom Kellick reported on the Intermediate GA's followed by a report on the Junior RA's by Mrs. Stovall after which Mrs, Be-ssie Rusiin reported on the Sunbeam Band. Mrs. Eric Ray led the closing prayer. The hostess served cookies, ierd drinks and candies in the social iiour following. Coming Events Social Calendar The Tuesday Friendship Smidriy School Bits of Mrs.Wetenkamp Honored By V/oman's Council i C. r,. McWatcrs, Sr., led the closing [ prayer, Mrs. Marvin Rnzer ivs.s hnsfrss to i members and of Circle Three. Ten mrmbprs wore present, Mrs. C. ! L. Evans opened the meeting with | prayer after which Mrs. Ra/er con[ lucted the business meeting. Mrs Theodore Logan gave the dm'otioniil lifter which sViij worried Uie dosing prayer. Circle Four v:ith 12 members and one vtsiior prf^ent mnt with Mr.s Lloyd Siifkmon. The devotional \v»s qlvcn by Mrs. R. K. VrmHoo.srr \virh Mrs. Slicknuvi cwidncnng (lie business session. The closing prayer was led by ;\lrs. Alvin Huffman. Sr. Mr.s. Jesse Kecman entertained 11 member? anl one visitor of Circle Fivf*. 'I'hr- nieelinp was opened with sentence prnyrrs after which Mrs. Tom W. .Tarkson prrsidrd over the j business meeting Mrs. C. K. Kdrts | led (he (ir.voiional followed by tlu'j prayer of dismissal which UMS word- 1 cci by Mrs. W. K. Buchanan. | Circle Six with 10 niFinbrrs pres- ! r*n1, inrt wirh Mrs. Ivy \V. Crawford, i ! Mrs. K. G. Cash gave (be opening 1 • pinver followed by the business ! meeting \vblrh was conthicted by ! ; Mrs. Cravvffird. Mi5. J. T. Wc;sl- [ r brook giive the devotional followed i [ bv !l-.r clossny: prayer '.vhich was led j { by Mrs. Portlnek. j ' A! it\o rmx'lusion. of mrh uio.ft- ;. ine the hostesses .served Class o( U>e first Baptist Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Pat Cliltnion, 318 Walker. Jayceettes meet In Club room at 7:30 p.m. YVrdnrsrlay Delphian Society meets at Hotel Noble at 10:CO a.m. Club Eight entertained by Mrs G. O. Poelz. Mr.s. K. J. Cnru hostess to Wednesday Club. Mrs. Aubrey Conwny hostess tn Chapter "D" of PEO sisterhood with a 1 o'clock luncheon. Thursday The Mary Martha Sunday School Class of the First Baptist' Church meets at 7:00 p.m. with Mrs. J. G. Burner for a potluck supper. Mrs. O. O. Elkins hostess to Bly- thevillc Rook Club. Thursday Night Club meets with Mr.s. J. A. Sallba. Thc UDC will [neet for a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. J. Mell Brooks. IfilS W. Main, Co- will be Mrs. Charles Alford. Mrs. J. W. Adams, Sr.. Mrs. Henderson Hall. Mrs. John Smoth- crmon »ncl Mrs. Ralph Berryman. The Girl Scrntt Lone Troop Association ni"cts at 7:3tl p.m. at the Little House in Walker Park. Av.iton liiinco club entertained by Mrs. KuKh Getltry, Mrs. Harold Hiuston hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Octette Club plays at the R. C. Rose home at Ro.selaiul. Mrs. Aubrey comvay entertains Mid-Weck club. Thursday club meets with Mrs. E. n. Gee. Mis. Ed B Cook hostess to Double Four Bridge Club. Among the out-of-iown visitors who attended the funeral of Mrs B. Ft. Allen Sunday were her grandchildren. R C. Allen who attend* Vanderbilt. Nashville, ajid Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Allen from Joncsboro Mr, and Mrs, R. C. Allen motored R. C. to Memphis yesterday where he went by plane back to school Mr. flnri Mrs. Jimmy Allen were motored to Jonesboro by Mr. and Mrs n. J. Allen. Mr.s. Kthyl Oilltam Of New Orleans, si.ster of Mr.s. Allen returned to Memphis ye.stmlay with Mr. and Mrs. Allen before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. RU.SKPH Campbell nnd Mr.s. Gage Clark arc spending two weeks in New York. Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Trowel nnd Mrs. M. n. Fell ftvc spending totta) in Memphis Mnry Maude Mt'Kne. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. McRae of Yarbro, is home from vhe Arkansas Ohltdrens Hospital, Litttc Rock, foi several days where she is u polk patient. She is recuperating hon chicken-pox. Mr. and Mrs. J oh n H. 11 a ys of Oklahoma City, Okl:i., nr« spoiKh'ng: several days here as gut'.sis of Mr.: and Mrs. T. H. Corner and family. Mr.s. Ten ell Thompson of Flint, Mo., is visiting here as of her brother, C. A. Twnt atiU Mts. Taut. Mr. and Mr.s, Eric Hall announce the birth of a .son Jan. 3 at Walls Hospital. The baby, who is their second child, has been njumni Randal! Kric. They hnve a d;iuRj;tcr, I-iintEn. Mrs. Hall is the former Miss Willie AiKler.son. Mr. and Mrs. George Fomvick and family of St. Ixjuis, Lester J. Fell- hnucr nnd family of Little Rock, and Mr, and Mr.s. Cave Salonione and son of Ottawa, 11!.. are vi-sit- ing here n.s guc.sUs of Mr, an(3 Mrs. Joseph Fellhauer. They came e-^pc- ciaHy to aliend the fiOlh wecltliiis :iiver.«iary of Mr. and Mrs. I-Y-11- haucr. SUIT MAGIC $2,000 Raised By WSCS Retells Bible Parable The parable ol the talents wa-s retold yesterday by the Women's Society of Christian Service at the First MethortlM Church, as they "wheeled In $2,000 for the new parsonage, n,s returns from $100 Issued last October. The funds started accumulating when 100 women were given dollar bills and A chance Lo prove what could be done with that amount and apparently only R few buried their talents. Mrs. J, W. Adams, a member of the circle turning in the largest amount, look In washing during lhat period, Mrs. J. R Stevenson, Jr., .sold rummage, and Mrs. Hugh Whitsltt. Mrs. John Featherson and Mr?. T. I. Seay had a hamburger .stand that went up regularly every Saturday mornhip. Others baked cakes tried baby .sitting, trimmed hnl.s, made aprons. The circle turning in the mast. s/XK), was headed by Mrs. C. E, digger. The history of how the women made profits for the SI was told by silhouettes yesterday at a luncheon at the church which climaxed the drive for money. Mrs. K. J. Cure nerved as narrator as the women demonstrated the alcmt thai had increased their 'und.s. As Uie money collected was vhrelcd down the aisle In wheel- )Rrr<y,vs another member of the or- • ;aniz;Uion .served as a police escort.« The luncheon yesterday wns .served to about 100 members by Circle S T O. Two, headed by Mrs. Harry W. Kaines. Mrs. Paul Pryor was chair:nan of food preparations. The members were .served at 1 p.m. by the hustes circle. Tables were decorutcd with white tn|>er.s in h o i (i c r K surrounded by greenery and white chrysnalhe- ' perforated pattern for si/e.s 12. 11, mutn.s. ' " MS. 18 and '20. Si/e 14, cap sleeve, Lake Street WSCS Has Program Meeting Mr.s. A. R. Wetcnkanip was honored yeMevdny at the pot luck luncheon given by the Women's Council of the First Christian Church at U'hich.J.he Hope group was hosU Mr.s.--werenkamp, who i? a meml of the: Hope group, phtn.s to leave soon with her family lo make their home in Memphis. Immediately following the 1 o'rloj-k lunehw>n the s;roup showered hrnulko]chiefs on the houoree. sharing the honors of tho afternoon with her mother was Terry Mrs. J. C. Lowe lead Oie afternoon The group wa.s clUmi.s-secJ with the benediction. Annual Parish Meeting Held by Episcopal Group The Annual Parish Meeting of members of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church was held last night at tlie Ceriar.s Club to hear reports of the year's work of the church, and to fleet members to serve on the Executive Committee for the year 1950 Dr. L,. F. Hubetier and LeKoy Huddles ton were renamed for the year, and new members elected to serve with ttxetu include Fred S Saliba, Henry Hoyt of I.eac:hville and John McDowell. Mr. McDowell was named Chinch School superintendent. Reports on 19-19 activities of Un- church were made by the Rev. J. Fitzhngh. rector. Dr. Hubcncr senior warden, E. R. Mr^on, treasurer, and Mr.s LeRoy- Hiuldle,ston, Auxiliary president, and plans Tnr 1050 were taken up at nil informal round table discu.^ion. Preccrltnt* the business meeting a buffet supper was .served by miim- ber.s of the Woman's Auslliaty. Circle Meetings Held .,„,- By Presbyterian Women V\ J Women of tlic First Prahyterlnu ' /( Church conducted the monthly clr- 1 cle meetings yesterday. Circle One met at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs, C. S. Covey hostess. 'I'welve members were presented for the program which was led by Mr.s, R. P. Klrsh- ncr who wa.s assisted by Mrs. C, M. Giay. Mrs. Gray presided over the bus'noss meeting. Circle Two met at 2:30 p.m. at I IIP home of Mrs. w. A, Dobyns with 12 mnmtiers and one guest, Mit Walter Day, Mrs. Joe Hcadey was the program director. Thc hnsi- session was conducted by Mrs. Znl Harrison. Ti'n members of Circle Three mnt at 2::jn p.m. with Mrs. E. R. Lancashire with Mrs. 11. T. Kidd program leader. Mr.s. Bill Young presided during the business, meeting. Circlr Four met at the Church ast night' at fi p.m. with Mrs, Gor;./ j dun Harris hoslos.s to the 19 jnem- '"{ \ bers and two visitors. Mrs. H. T. j • Kidd and Mrs. W. A. Dobyns pres- ' ' "it. Mrs. Kidd was the program fid IT w j t h Mrs. Kl bert 1 In f f inn n e^idint! over the business meeting- Circle Five- met with 13 members and one visit or present. Mrs, Rbb HprruUey w;is hostess with Mrs. D. C. Mcl.erm co-hixsU'.ss to the group which met at 8 p.m. Mrs. McLean was the ptosiam leader. Tlic iM'si- iw* was conducted by Mrs. Kprfid- Junior GA's Meet At Number Nme The Junior Nine Baptist GA's of the Number Church conducted business meeting Sunday afternoon at the ehtireh. Linda Bean was a guest with the ftva members nt- tending. After a brief business session the group was dismissed with prayer which was led by Vivian Dodson. Mrs. nul Hatlcy is counselor for the group. ley. The program topic for each circle was (he Study in ijie Gospel of John. The circle discussed plans for the annual shower of linens and cloth- Ing for Cacldo Valley Academy. A social hour followed each meeting. Young Mother, DOTHIS- When your child catches cold, rcllcvo distress even ivhile f tie steeps! Rub hLi throat .chest and . back at bedtime witb M r aruiI-:2. Ju.-t about the ea.^ kind of -sewuift—a lovely Ijl' that's cm all in one piece. -Make the .sleeves biief or sofcly shirred —and wear k inside or out of your .suit .skirt. Pattern Wo. R40B Mrs. W. I. Denton presented the devotional. During the afternoon program a memorial service, recognizing the past u'oik of a charter member of the First M e t h o d I s t Church's W.S.C.S. Mrs. A. M. Butt, was conducted by Mrs. B. A, Lynch, assisted by Mrs. H N' Whilis The WS.C.S. is headed by Mrs. W. L. Horm-r. p a yards of 39-inch; bow blouse. 1H yards. For this pattern, yrnd 2.S cent.s. in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATl'KKN NUM- BKR 10 Sue Burnett, Courier News. 5:10 South Wells Street, Chicago 1. Wax Office Opens ariiaiu NiRlil livery K.\cc|H Saturda in^se^ hiitioml on 'Ihc HOXY Tuesday £ Wednesday Continuous Shows Hox Office Opens 1 :45 Show Starts 2:00 IU:OU a.m, 12M5 p.m. 4:30 p.m. ^ LISTEN TO KLCN Tuesday & Wednesday Lutheran Guild Plans To Honor Missionaries The monthly meeting of the E.uth- crnn Women's Guild which was held v.Tek at the home of Mrs. Hermati Hoffman was rescheduled for this week due to the inclement weather. The group held the meeting Smidnv afternoon nt the home of Mrs. Qliie Schwartz. During Uie afternoon an cleetinii of officers wa.s held. selected were Mrs. Louis teller, president; Mrs. WekSon Nebcl. vice-prf-Mcient; Mrs. G Mic.^sler. recording secretary; Mrs. Herman Hoffman, treasurer: nnd Mrs. George McLeod, Tlie | inside | today. Pal! and Winter FASHION dependable guide for 'our wardrobe. Special de.sLKtiK, news, free pjittorn ]»rinled the book. Send 25 cents ; FIRST TIME Circle One Meets; Eight Are Present Seven members and one visitor of Circle On P. of CTa 1 v<? ry B nn t i.s t Church met ycsterdav at the home of Miss Mable Lunsford for a business meeting. Mrs. Roy E. Ford was the wroyp's guest, Mrs. Jim f-'tieland u-ordr-fi (>"*• oopinTlEZ prayer after whirh Mrs. W F. O N'eal prcsirtcd ovei the business session. The sronp elected officers for 1J150. Those elected were Mrs. O'- Np-al. cliairnifln: Mr^. Dr\lj\ V-nst- j Group plans were mack 1 for a ; binder, co-clKiirnian: Mrs. Marie ! potliick luncheon to lie lu-ld in the | Tborn. .secretary and treasurer| Fellowship room of the church Jan, ' community missions chairman. Mrs ; 15 honoring the Hev. and Mrs. A. j Maxine Atkins and program chair: Schneider ?.nd family. Tiic Her. and j man. Mrs. Buck Germany. ' Mr*. Srhncidcr nnd family ^ire mi.s: stormries in South America. Thi: | Rev. Mr. Schneider will deliver the ; itmrnitig address and also lecture at lOREVER fl*®" i AMBER |l BENN i Subjcrls Scl«'ti'd Short Subjects Conllnuou.s Showing: Kveryday Al The Hospitals nlythi-vilh- HiispiEiil Dismissed: A. H. Hcrtoliill. New Madrid Margaret Shell. Cily Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. H, N swearcngcn and b City Ixxx^ard eBach, Rt. 3 Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, Cily ! Tlic eroup was adjourned with the 1 repeating of the Lord's Prayer. I The hostoss served refreshments tii the social hnur following. Cnincls got their name from (licir loiifj \vi.-py or liairy-lookin: tvuls since the Latin \voni lor liai is "coma." The united States has more than 2,000,000 acres of irrigated pastures. Lone Oak HD Meets A program meeting was conducted yesterday by members of ihe. Lake Street WSCS when they met at the Church for the weekly in-cl- 1112. The meeting was opened with prayer which was led bv Mrs. Ivor- son Morris. Mr.s. Billy Kins, president, conducted a brief business .sc.-'oion after which slio presented the after- noun ptoL-nun. "'me Whole of Love I:- Our Ari-^vor." Those parlicioat- , Jnp on tlic program were Mr.s. Joe With MrS. Moore Stvlrklnnd, -\fr,s. Morns. Mrs. C. C. ' The I.onc 1 Oak Home Demonsti;)- Tin.HiipH>u. Mvs. C. T. Sh-.imlin. Mrs. lion Chib met yesterday at Uir Don L'Uz and Mr.x W. L. Cliern. f lioinc of (ho president, ^trs. t\irrosi TJIC meeting \vns clwvd wirh the i Moore, for the first mrcting of tl Lord's ; now ; nne The mooting wns opened witli n> up sins'iiiR after whirli Mrs. Mooro showed llu* eye-opener which i 'as put holders. | Mr.~. \\ r ilbourne pnvr the nfter- n i T Ht\otcn:il which was taken friTn Thr nook of Huth. MJ? M«MIO presided over a brief , duntip; which repeating of Tn tlie social Iiour foilowini: (he : h'^leKsc.-. Mr.*.. Strirkl.ind and Mrs. 1 L-.itz. .served a sand r Au*h plate ii:ed drinks. year. Eleven tnnnbr'i's atul guest. Mrs. I-iMarr Wihxnirnp. Mrs. Williams Reviews Book for Church Class Mrs. W. Marlon \Villianis. prr^ent- rd a review of the book. "The ciuiin by Paul Wellman. last niRht at the meeting of the oieanrrs Sundi\ Frliool Clnrs of tin.- First Bap; 1st CJiurt-h. Tin' rightern innmijer.'s nnd C'lin tiurst. Mr?. \VUlia»is. nitH at tt-f hom-- of M rs , c. L. Me Wain <, -fr. Mrs. Ri;--i. 11 C- r-'a.-T. pr^idpnt, pi-'Murd OUT 'He biisinps^, ^iiu Mrs, riif-.^cr Calnvell gmujr t hr dcvfiiii^ial. Mir-. McWaters woidrd tho rlns,- iiii: vrayt-r after »hu:h veUe>h\r,fnUs \\ric snvoii. riarpd throughout the hoinn ^crn polled pinnts and preciiery. pla;:.s fur ru oil In rhr s the new yoar wcic dis- ial hour followins: widiip n re pi a y ed with a p r i; r 'i htc-d to Mrs. Jm k M;tyr^ 1 n afl rrnomi Mr.s, Mnorr \ i h merits, RENT A CAR Drive AnyivhrrR E'lfaNC Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 SHEET METAL WORK — —OF ALL KINDS C'tislum work fur RUIS. alfalfii mills, oil mills. CiuUo Shearing up lo 1,< I inch thickness. 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