The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 21, 1952 · Page 4
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roira BLYTHEVILLE (AJ2X.) COUUIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1952 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4-JG1 Luncheon Given For Baptists Members of Circles One nnri Tr.o of Trinity Baptist Church met yesterday at the church for a 1 p.m. luncheon followed by businp.vi and Royaf Service program. Mrs. R, \V. Woolen loud the watchword and Mr.*. David McPrakc offered a prayer. Twelve member.*, attended, with Mrs H. H. TVirneU, Mrs. Catherine Campbell. Mrs. Ara Speck, Mrs. Woolen, taking parts on program. Members of the Business Women's Circle met at the home of Mrs. W. W. Lowe with seven members find one guest. Mrs. Agnes Van Clove, present. Mrs, Idell Lowe gave the opening prayer and Miss Bernice Overman gave the closing pmyer. First Baptists To Give Annual Banquet Here WSCS Meets at Burnham Home Mrs. Loiveli BHriihiim was hostess to members of the Yarbro Women's Society of Chrfstlnn Service of the Melhodisf Church. "Jesus Calls Us" '.vas the opening song followed by prayer by Mrs. Gene McGufre. and a devotirjrjal by Mrs. Denny Hammond. Mis. Carl Burton gava the fifth chapter of their mission study. Guests speaker was Mrs. William Wyatt, who spoke on the Council of Church women. After a business session, the roclal hour followed. Bits of News I rlo.itit Mr. and Mrs, Lynn W. Brov/n will be Sri Memphis for the next ihrce days where Mr. Brovin will be attending an insurance management school. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Trammel! n ml children of Meridian. Miss., are here with relatives, and to attend the funeral of her grandl.l- ther. Mrs. Nora Hpradley has relumed from Omaha. Neb., where she spent a week attending' the Interstate I Councils of State Hoards of Cos- I inc-tology. Mrs. Hpradley Is a member of the. Arkansas Hoard. Seaman Barbnra Cullison, who was stationed at Norfolk. Va., Is • now spending n ten-day leave with I her family here before reporting to San Francisco, Calif, from there, she will be sent to Ihe Hawaiian Islands to serve for two years. Miss Ruth Ralph nf Chicago Ir-ft The Jlrv. O'.ven ShpiriH. pastor nf today after spending a fe'.v days the First lUpttst Church, Charles-' with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G, ton. Mo., will be the vjlcst speaker at , If. Ralph, Mrs. Adnlph Helnlckc, Mrs. Otto Heinlcke of St. Louis, anrt Mrs. T. W. Jeffries left today for Memphis where they will remain for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie German of Las Cruces, M. M., announce the birth of Ihelr second child, a daughter, last night at a Las Cruces hospital. The Germans have one other .STATE J'HKSWKS'J' SI'I.'AKS TO AUXIUARV — Members of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church were hast yesterday tor a luncheon meeting, \\hr.n Mrs. Eugene Warren o! Little Rock (thiul fr<im left', president of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Diocese of Arkansas, was guest speaker. She save a report of the church's Triejiial Cnmvatlon lield In fio.ston last month. Others ileft to rlcht> include Mrs. L. p. Huboner, president, of (he Blythcvllle Auxiliary; Mrs. .1. E. Hy.itc. Jr., president of the Osceolu Auxiliary; Mrs. Warren; Mrs. Gordon Baylor, president of the Paragoiild Auxiliary; the nev. W. J. Fitzhueh, priest in charge of St. Stephen's and Mrs. Carson Hnothe, vice president of the Jonesboro Auxiliary. Flower arrangements for the Joint meeting of Blytheville, Osceola, Jonesboro and Paraqould Auxiliaries \vere by Mis. c. F. Cockle, of the Blytheville (Courier .Vews Phofo) group. Ruth Millet! Rev. Owen Sherrill the annual Stewardship !i:\ni|iiot of [he Finpt Baptist Church here al 1 tonight. The "Kick-Off" Rnnriuel will of- firlally he?in a mrjn'.h f)F Kte\v.irfl- ship einplnisis rhirtUK which lime the church ^"11! cnrk-av-ot 1 to underwrite its 1953 Budget of S70.885. The proprain find felting tcir !o- banquet will depict the font Trio For Tots 3<-iB By Sue Burnett ball theme, with Hays Sullivan, co- captain, serving as loastmastcr. .Mr. Sullivan of stewardship which the church hits played itl previous years acid explain the strategy planned for the underwriting of the 1953 Budget. The men's quartet, composed of Eimone Autcn. Hainkl Oa- dailchter, Mary five Catherine, who Is '.he WSCS Circles Meet in Homes Here Members of sev'en circles of the i U. Women's Society of Christian Srrv- j 10 Ice of the First Me'hoclirt Chuirli I p«i met yesterday in the homes nf members for program and business Mrs. A. M. R. Rranson and Mrs. Coming Events Tuesday Fiuslness Women's Circle Three Branson were hoste^sns for 'mbc'ifi of Circles One and f Four Two new members, Mrs. Ro) bert, Killian and Mrs. James R. i Price, were introduced. Mrs, Wili liam Wyatt was a. suest. Mrs. H. f^. j Harp gave (he devotional, and Mrs. James C, Guard save the study. Following thti meetinn. a tea was Riven. Centering the lace-covered tnlile was a howl of gladioli. Mrs. Riley Jones and Mre. Charles Alford presided at the table. '' | Members of Circle Two met with I 7:20 'Mrs James V. Dates and Mrs. W.I W. I. Denfon zave a report of the district WSCS Meeting at Osceoia Oct. 16. Mrs. Leonard Oldham was hos- iers and Mrs. Johnson Blnckwr-11 co-hc-stcss to members of Circle Seven, when Mrs. KlberL Johmon save the study. 450 discuss' other cai'nes form<!r Mlss "»^l l.ules of Blythc- ville. a sister of Mrs. Phillip Apple- bamn. who will leave tomorrow c-y plane to he with her for two weeks. Calvary Baptist Church p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Herman Mayes. i hers* "and" one""Quest MrV'Roy' "i Alpha Alpha Chapter of B';ta ] Baslcy. who also gave the devo- Hiiima Phi has 7:30 mectinc atitionnl. heard the study glren by home of Mrs. W. C. Higcmson \ Mn^. E. J. Cure. GeorBc Wrlaht. who underwent i Hostesses are Mrs. .lames Roscis surgery at the Walls Hospital two; and Mrs. Joseph Mcllaney. Audio, Visual Tests Made at Dell School Audio and visual checks nli]denf,fi were reported y by A. E. Crild'.veJl. superintendent of Dell Schools, when 23 children with ey& rie f nets and nine with °ar defects \vere reported. Assisted In the work by members j of the Pa rent-Teachers Association, vis, Tommy Harrison, am! Bill Pat-[ wt-cks npo, Is at hnme He k reported as "doing fine." The film, "How Much?" will be shown the pronp. The pastor of the church. Rev. K. C. Brown, will he tlie tenm's coach for the banquet, and will cU-r the "Top Talk" In which he will challenge each member of the church to play the game of ste- unrdship well. Concluding the banquet prograni will he the singing of the stewardship Alma Mater, "Trust Me. Try Me. Prove Me." Nov. '-2 ho. 1 * been dr.stgnatorl -as Budget Victory Sunday tor the church when it is expected thnt thc entire 3953 Budget will be subscribed- Mrs. H. P. Parris, Jr,. of Memphis, Is visiting her parent.*, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Scherer, for several cl 3 y-s, Mrs. Russell Gnines Mrs. Mar- Rainbow pirLs have 7 p.m. meeting at the Masonic Temple. Wednesday Mrs. F, K. Block entertains t ., , ., . . _ members of the. Wednesday Bridge i ^V "^J 1 ° r ^sper TL-V HI1U Al . a . Ve'mn tx>wry, Mrs. Milters mother. Members of Circle Three met at the home of Mrs, Jane Miller with Mrs. Bob McGraw as co-hostess. Guests included Mrs. R. J. McGraw. Jr., and Mrs. R. J, McGraw. I the school notified parents immediately. Tbrcc hcildren have been fitted with glasses. Citizens Say Old Folks Home Lowers Property They are having IrouWe in one southern city trying to fjr.il suitable [orations for "rest homes" for the E v e r y tnrc a spot Is selected, a citizen's committee goes before the city council to protest lb;u already the building of any such home. or. even the use of a house all-catty built, for Ihe purpose of letting a group of old folks live together would lower the value of their property rjparby. So far, only one poison has haci the courage, and the understanding hrait, to speak in behalf of Die old people. "Let us not forget." he tokl the ucople of hLs city, "that these- old folks made our tity nnd our state what It Is today." | There is something else we i shouldn't forget, either. And that Is I if we live long enough we'll one day] he old ourselves. ff In our active years we have fostered the idea, or done nothing to combat it. that old folks ought to be put off some place where others don't have to be reminded that they exist we will have only ourselves to blame. How can we be sure that we won't some day find ourselves as much at the mercy of the young and active, as today's older folks are at our mercy? And what good is it going to do us to have medical science lengthen our lives if something isn't done to dignify old age? Whenever we treat our old people, either singly or in groups, as a nustance we are fostering an idea Meeting- Postponed The scheduled meetins of Langs Parent-Teachers Association for tomorrow, has been postponed until Oct. IS, when Dr. Dean Whiteside I of Little Rock will show .1 film on j "Helpful School Livin;," n s> dy course for all PTAs in Blyiheville. Children Wage 'Rocket War 7 CLEVELAND. O. UP) - Police In suburban Brooklyn arc cracking rioivn on finall-fry warriors who fi boon uslnp carbon dioxide cap- puJes For ammunition, The capsule.'), used to make charged water, shoot off lirie a rcrfcpt and leave a vapor trail when firccl with a nail nnci hammer Ecnne children have been discharging them (hrrn in a tube to simulate tw- znnka fire. The cartridges may bp bought (or 10 corns each In many st ores- Brooklyn Police Capt. Thomas Murphy confiscated n number of the mis.niles after children were caught filing away in a cemetery. A eras \vi!I fill nny vacant space in which it is placed. Cluh. Club Eight has meeting with Mrs. Charles Lansston. Deltonian Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Chapter "D" PF.O has 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. Aubrey Conway eus Galnes. anrt daughter Bertha with Mrs. II. H. Houchins as co- Ann, hi\ve returned from Youns j hostess. Harris, Cn.. where they visited Mrs. . Thursday RuFWlJ Galnes' daughter. Miss Firtelis Class Parly Is to be held General Meeting Held at Church . I;..: f,.(. Women of the l^rsf. Presbyterian OQOA M!<LiJ Church held a general meeting yes- —T.-r^ tcrday with hostesses Mrs. Bill Young. Mrs. C. M. Gray, and Mrs. J. C. Walters. Durint? the business se.-Mon. reports from committee chairman were Here's practical anrt simple sew- • (,j vetl JVI IR G \v cillahuntv Ins for mother-a sturdy three-part I Chairman of spiritual Rrcwth said Monn Joy GnJnes, is a student at YOWSR Ij. G. Harris College there. They ntlcndcd the Susan B. Society b^nriuci. Miss Gainer Is presificnt of. the soclel-y. Calvary Circle Conducts Meeting at the home of Mrs. C, E. Johnson at 220 Chfckasawba, at 7:30 p.m. Business Union of the First Baptist Church has costume party zhiri ^ llS ^ .\frs. Paul Jobe ga nl and Mrs. Newt Whit Is gave the! Blylhevllle Hospital sturf V- i Dismissed: Mrs. Harry W. Haines was hostess I Mrs. Houston to 17 members and one new mem- ] Tyler Brown and baby, her, Mrs. Stewart Dunkley, of Circle I Five at her home. Mrs. G. A. Hale gnve the devotional, and the study was by Mrs. H. C. Biush. Members of Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. J, M. Jontz with Mrs. Love Adams co-host ess. Mrs. Lean Burns gave the devotional and Mrs. Walls Hospital Dismissed: J. \V. Bagwell, City W. Jefferson, Herrnondala Baby Parris. Steele Mrs. Pate and baby. City Mrs, D. C. Kirkvrond and baby, City that will come day be turned against us—if we live that long. Do give you that n ilitry."aeim"ihiYlj j n, neivotis fac« during your "I W hy let men ee« th a t you i *uifering from monthlj- cramps? Try a li' -3 ftl I Jf 3t MOHIHITCRAMPI it *A g J E CHANCE OF LIFE at church the dining snppe room. Mrs. Frnnk Seay is boMo.ss to members ol the G. E, O. Cluh. Duplicate EticJze League meets at the Hotel Noble, Mrs. A. G. Uttie entertains members of the Thursday Club. Mrs. O. G. Cfujlill entertains i set ot play togs that -suit either boy or pirl. Sister has a cute suspender pkirt, and ran have overalls and a jarkei to mntch brother's. Pattern No. 8238 is a scw-rite perforated pattern in sizes 2, 3, 4, 5. 6 years. Siz,e 3, skirt, I 1 ; yards of 39- inch; Irmg overalls. 1^ yards; jacket, short sleeve, I 1 ! yards. For this pattern, fend 30c In COINS, your name, address, Fi?,e rie- i tension was In charge nf the sired, and the PATTERN NUMBER cram and was assisted by A to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 3731 Gr^el. Five points wore brought Quincy St., Chicago 6, III. Members of Circle Two of CaK'ary Baplilt^Ctiurch Women's Missioriary Union .met yesterday when Mrs. I members ol the Thursday Contract Darre)! Ijimsforrt conducted the circle program. Mrs, R. E. Smothers, chnlrman, presided over the business session. The opcnlnc prayer was given by Mrs. J. W. Tomllnson- Mrs. Vernon Boyd cave the devo- tlonnl on "Our HerHnse," and Mrs. Smothers read a letter from a mis- child In Japan. Mrs. Jack Dr. H.irvey Kldd woulri review I Tapp tiisru^rd "Mixed Marriages." j new linok. "Hnly Spirit," brgin- I followed by the reading of n letter the ninf£ Wccinc.'.cifty. Circle One won the pri/e for the largest representation of members. It, wns rciso reported that World Community D;iy will hi* held at Lnke street Methodist. Church Nov. 1. ^frs. Kirlcl, chairman of church fix- pro- ,. 1 out, tying homo mlwions with hu- from Dv.ipiht Elsenhower, cnncern- infj hio religious beliefs, by Mrs. Lunsfnrd. Mi'5, Tnpp with prayer. the. group Clnb. Mrs. Otto Scrape entertains mcmbfrs of the TLE Cluh. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. Leon Schr-rer. Friday Ynrbro Methodist Church has I heir annual harvest supper nt the Yaibro Club house from 5 to S:3D p.m. Mrs. Lloyd VVhiitaker Is hostess io members of the Friday Contract. Club. Mrs. James Mizzell is hosier at 7::iO p.m. to the Stitch and Chatter Club. Rearty for you now—Basic FASH- j man rlglils. Included were r'phl lo cpntc "d 3N for '52. F.'ill and Winter. This belong, rltjhl to health, i'i^ht toj mu ' ns ' Satiirrla.T Duplicate Biliiye League meets at Heaven on Horsehari:," the story of 1 the Hotel N'oWc at 1:15. two \\orld missionarle;:, Narcissci I and Marcus Whitman. Mrs. .Jesse White pmirrrt coffee at Ihe social which followed. Tlie table \vns overlaid in cutwork linen and with yellow and white ION new Issue is lillrrt with Ideas (or ?mart'. practical se'-vipc (or jv new srason; cift pntlern prhucd In.sidc the book, 25c. ,- oi The. Prr.i'«lr.nls' Oirn The UNITED STATES ecincation, riplil to work, and the | ripht to \vorFhip. which were Ulus- trated with poolers, Mrs. U. F. Klrshner reviews "To NEW THROAT LOZENGES GIVE V/orld's Outstanding Concert Band LEGION MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. 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