The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 8, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 8, 1952
Page 4
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FACB BLYTHEYILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS I P«t MuiliM, Society Editor Phont 4461 UDC Luncheon To Be Given Members of the United Daugh ter» of the confederacy have a 12:30 luncheon »t the Rustic Inn tomorrow. Hoeteswe for the occasion will be Mrs. Gean Atkinson, Mrs. W. T. Obent, Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. John Smothermnn, Mrs. W. I. Denton »nd Mrs. S. P.. Martin, Society Meets in School Hall Members of (he Altar Society of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church met In the school hall on Monday afternoon for a business and program meeting. In the business, plans for the • Christmas bazaar, which Is to be held on Nov. 19, in the school hall were discussed. ,JTie program for the afternoon was entitled, "Little Infant Jesus of Prague." Hostesses were Mrs. Rosa Schuneritsch and Mrs. R. J. McKinnon. Mrs. Lloyd Wise won the attendance prize. Bits of News Council Conducts Business Session Eighteen members of Blythevllle Council of Church Women attended a meeting of the executive board yesterday at the home of the president, Mrs. C. M. Gray. A circle of prayer began the meeting and reports from Mrs. DJlln- . hunty, secretary and Mrs. John C. McHaney, treasurer were given. It was announced that a workshop Is to be conducted Oct. 27 by Mrs. H.' H. Tucker of Little Rock. Details are to be handled by Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Sr. and Mrs. Hugh Whltsitt. The First Methodist Church Is host for the occasion. • In other business It was decided that an invitation will be extended .to. churches bordering Blythevllle. to become members of the council. Plans wre made for the world community day, which is to be observed on Nov. 1 at Lake Street Methodist Church. Mrs. J. W. linin- water, chairman of the Christian World Mission, Is In charge of the program. .-Mrs. Rainwater was co-hostess with Mrs_. serving light re. Ireshmehts. : Baptist Class Elects Officers 1 An election of officers was-conducted last night nt the home of Mrs. W/W. Mitchell by members of the 17 and 18-year-old girls' sun- day School Class of the First Baptist Church. Officers to serve are Miss Mclba Hill, president; Miss Shirley Lawler, first vice president; Miss Dorothy sheppard, second vice president; Miss Peggy Zachry, third vice president; Miss Betty Ann Mulllns, secretary; Miss Peggy Gihner, treasurer. r In the inspiration period, Miss Hill led the opening prayer, which was followed by scripture by Miss Ernestine Kolt, and a devotional by Miss Lawler, w'.io also spoke on her trip to Ridgecrest. It was decided -that a name for the- class will be chosen by the class Sunday. Miss Holt adjourned the • meeting with prayer, and Mrs. Mitchell, teacher, served refreshments. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., and sons, Bill and Rusty, are spending this week In Senatobla, Miss., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sheddan. Twenty eight students have been named cadet officers In the ROTO at Henderson Slate Teachers Col- lecg, according to Lt. Col. Jack M. Ernst, head of the military science and tactics department. Among them arc Ralph Thompson of Dyess, wfjo heads Company B as cap- t&Jn, and R. A. Gwnltncy of Joiner, who heads a platoon in Company B as first lieutenant. Mrs. Q. H. White and daughter are spending today shopping in Memphis. Mrs. Raymond Maxwell and Mrs. Herb childs were In Kclscr, Ark., yesterday for the funeral of Mrs. J. E. Childs, a slstcr-in-law of Mrs. Maxwell's, Condition of Mrs. Lillian Frank, who Is a patient, at Walls Hospital following an automobile accident Sept. 26, is reported to be satisfactory. Mrs, G. W. PylPs and Mrs. W. J. Pollard left thfs morning for St. Louis where they plan to spend several days. The condition of Mr.s. Gcraldinc Green, who was stricken suddenly 111 Sunday afternoon, is reported Improved. She was removed to Walls Hospital late Sunday night, but returned to her home Monday afternoon. Miss Peggy Brlnkley, who has been a patient at the Blythevllle Hospital for the past several days, wns removed to her home today. Miss Ernestine French of Blytheville and Mrs. J. E. Johnston of Dell teachers, who were In an automcu bile accident Sept. 26, are expected home this afternoon. They have both been patients at Campbell's Clinic in Memphis since the accident, and are reported to be "doing satisfactorily." Canasta Party Held at Luxora • Mrs. Joe Elkins wns hostess yesterday at her home in- Luxora for a meeting of the players of H and T Canasta Club. Roses In varied pastel colors, "and in deep scarlet colors were used throughout the entertaining rooms and on the bridge tables. Mrs. Jerry Morgan won first place In the c.innstfi game, with second going to Mr.s. Denny Byrum. A dessert course and coffee was served to members. Sorority Pledges Attend Meeting Pledges and members of Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi gathered at (he home of Mrs. T. 1. Seny for n business meeting. Mrs. Seay used a yellow color scheme In decorating and 'serving. Centeriiis the long dining :, table, which wns overlaid with snow white Irish linen, was a large shallow bowl filled with golden glow. A large punch bowl sat at one end of the table, while on the other end were Individual lea cakes topped with dainty yellow rose buds. Mrs. Blake Polly presided over the business meeting, nnd told pledges about activities of the sorority. Mrs. Wnnda Bishop gave the htstory of Beta Sigma Phi before turning the program over tn Mrs. Alex Shelby, who was speaker of the evening. She epoke on the Importance of membership in Beta Sigma Phi. Legion Auxiliary Has Meeting- at Hut Highlight of a meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary held last night at the Hut, wns a report on the district meeting, given by Mrs. Marvin Lane, and Mrs. Emll Dnmon. In a business session, plans for the Nov. 8 poppy sale were discussed. Guests at the meeting were members from the Wadford-Whlte post. Officers Elected " At Class Meeting Miss Katherlne Westbrook «as hostess at her home on Hearn Street last night to members of the Business Girls' Class of the Young People's Department of Sunday School of the First Baptist Church for a business meeting, In which officers were elected. Included among those to be elected weie Miss Rosanna Cleveland, president; Miss Pat Mulllns, first vice president; Miss Westbrook, second vice president; Mlsc La Vonnc Porilock, third vlc« president: Miss Adallne, secretary; and Miss Lucille Hubbard, treasurer. Oroup captains Include Miss Barbara Monaghan, Miss Mary Webb an<l Miss Maxine Hill. Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Jr.. offered prayer before they adjourned. The hostess served dessert and coffee. Gosnell WMU Has Program Meeting Members of the Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist Church of Gosnell met last inight at the home of Mrs, Louis Rhone for a Royal Service program. Mrs. Roy McKay was in charge of the program, "Choosing a More Excellent Wny," with Mrs. Tom Grifces. Mrs. L. T. Cnrnes, Mrs. J. M. Wilkinson, Mrs. C. A. Moody, Mrs. F. E. Lucius and Mrs. Gerald Moody taking parts. A prayer by Mrs. Wilkinson was followed by a devotional by Mrs. Ira Jones, who also gave the closing prayer. In the business session which followed, the secretary and treasurer gave reports. Mrs. Lucius was elected to be young peoples counselor, and Mrs. Gerald Moody, Sunbeam lender. Mrs. Robert WUlteras dismissed with prayor. - ~ . BSW Samba Club Has Guest Player Mrs. Leon Scherer was hostess at her home yesterday afternoon to members of the BSW Samba Club when Mrs. j,jjirj|rrlM Jontz was i guest player. !~-In the gnme'o'l Snmba, the hostess took first place. Pie and Coffee were served to I lie guests after the games. Business Session Held by" Board Mrs. O. .W. Dillahunty gave a de : votional before the business minting of the executive board of the First Presbyterian Church at 2:30 p.m yesterday at the home of Mrs. Jessi M. White, president. In the regular business session plans for a group of 20 member to attend the conference which Is being held In Osceola today, wen completed. In other discussion, I was decided that tnc circles wouk sponsor a child to Cadda Valle Academy, We are Experts In the Proper Fitting of CHILDREN'S SHOES fdiuards COREcTfJEO. / PRONATION(anklingin). A common children'* foot defect. Of course you wont your children's shoes lo be attractive, well constructed and moderalety priced. 8ut you also want Idem lo be comfortable . . filled by enperls who have the skill lo choose the proper shoe for your child's fool protection. That's why we suggest you loin, today, Ihe countless mothers who hove made our store shoe- heodquarters for their children, Doctor's prescriptions cora- folly filled. FAMILY SHOE STORE IPhone 23421 HAI-TIST SPKAKKHS ~ These me;i will be guest speakers at the WEDNESDAY, .OCT. 8, 195J hood Commission, who will speak on Men's Brotherhood work t :omor- will speak on Christian education Friday afternoon. Duplicate Bridge Round-Up Saturday Came Five tables of members of the Blythevllle Duplicate Uridge League played at Hotel Noble Sat- Coming Events Wednesday St. Stephen's Episcopal church 'reaching mission, 7:30 p.m. An Informal coffee given by the Blythevllle Junior Auxiliary at the home of Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Jr., at 8:30 p.m. honors Mrs. Thomas J. Peter of Meridian, Miss., who is national prescient. Thursday Mary Martha Class of First Bap- :lst Church meets at 1 p.m. for pot luck at the home of Mrs. J. J. Cookston.on Davis, with Mrs. E. L. Crouch as co-hostess. Ladles Day luncheon at the Country Club begins at 1 p.m. Mis. E. S. Boruni Is entertaining members of Thursday Contract Club. Thursday Rook Club meets in the home of Mrs. Cleo Wren. GEO Bridge Club has meeting at the home of Mrs. J. W. McHaney. urday afternoon, when three couples tied for third place. Third place winners Included Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mrs. Matt Monaghan and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, and Mrs. O. W. Copppdge arid Mrs. C. C. Councille. First place winners were Mrs. Jim Roleson and Mrs Frank Grlgs- by, while second place went to Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. W..D. chamb- 1m. Tuesday Game A six-Uble Howell movement was played at the Country Club, when first place went to Mrs. W. D. Chamblln and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Other winners were Mrs. E. B. Gne and Harry W, Haine.'i. second; and Mrs. Matt Monaghan and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, third. Next Tuesday night, a master- point game.will be conducted. The regularly scheduled game for Thursday night at Hotel Noble has been cancelled because ^of the Northeast Arkansas Bridge Tournament which begins Friday. Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, Andy Harshman, .Tomato Mrs. Ruby Rush. Cooter Peggy Brinklcy, Dell Mrs. Archie Edwards, Cooter Mrs. Hubert Weaver and baby. Steele Mrs. E'.'gene Johnson and baby, City - ' -__ - - . 1- : ~ Walls Hospital Dbmlsed: Mrs. Elmer Llndsey and baby, Gobler Crcto Ramirez. City George Stromire, Steels Lee Apperson, Lenchvllls Baptist Circle Has Election of Officers Members of circle Two of the Women's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist Church met at the home oi Mrs. R. E. Smothers, with one guest, her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Albert Smothers. Mrs. Darrell IJmsfnrd led the opening prayer and Mrs. M. E. Attoway presided over the" business, In which Mrs. Smothers was elected to chnirman, Mrs. Darrell Lunsford was elected to program chairman, and Mrs. Vernon Boyd to secretary* The Bible study was L given 1 by Mrs. Ltmsford, in which she used chapters three and four of St. Matthew. Refreshments were served after the dismissal prayer by Mrs. -Attaway. Berna Fondren Is Hostess to YWA Miss Berna Fondren was hostess Monday lltght to members of the YOUIIB Women's Auxiliary of Calvary Baptist Church at her home for a business meeting. Seven members attended the devotional and business meeting in which the group made plans for the coming year's work and decided on one of their study books. After Miss Lucinda Cole, the group's new leader, dismissed with prayer, the hostess served refreshments. Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses from the office of 'the County Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: James Ingram and Ethel Mae Davidson, both of Manila; Chcsley Copeland, Blythevllle, and Agnes Faught, Cooter; Marvin Pierce and Ernestine Mattox, both of Manila; Wayne Burnett and Voncille Hudson, both of Blythevllle; Ernest Paul Smith, St. Louis, and lola Verneal Myers. Blytheville. RELIEF AT LAST For Your COUGH Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough, chest cold, or acute bronchitis is not treated and you cannot afford to lake a chance with any medicine less potent lhan Cicomulsion which goes into the bronchial syslem to help loosen and expel germ -laden phlegm and aid_ nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed, bronchial membranes. Creomulsion blends beec'hwood creosote by special process with other time tested medicines for coughs. It contains no narcotccs. No matter how many medicines you have tried, Crcomulsion is guaranteed (o please you or druggist refunds money. Crcomulsion has stood the lest of many millions of users. (Adv.) Junior GA's Meet At Baptist Church Mrs. Clarence Johnson and Mrs Dill Banister met with members of the Junior Girls' Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church at the church Monday afternoon, Fifteen members attended the meeting which was begun with a song, led by Becky Utley, after which Jerrle Boggs led a prayer Mrs. Johnson presided over their business and Mrs. Banister gave the devotional. The young Auxiliary members weer served refreshments. Mrs. Billy Hyde" Hostess to Class Mrs. Billy Hyde was hostess Mon. day night to members of the Winsome Class of the First Baptis' Church for a business sewlon and nspiratlonal meeting. , Mrs. o. C. Elliott, Jr., gave th» devotional and Mrs. Russell' Baugh told of the Standard of Excellence. After the meeting, refreshment* were served. 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