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FAOT -me (ARX.V COURIER NEWS •AT, Society New* ' Jane Shelton, Society Editor § Phon« 4461 Former Resident Weds In Oregon Ceremony Announcement It made today of the marriage, of Miss Alice Lor- r»ln« Kurttl of Astoria, ore., to Loreii William Myers, son of Mr. »nd Mrs. Harry O. Myers of B!y- fheville. The ceremony was performed at the bride's home In Astoria Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. following a reception Mr. and Mrs. Myers left on a wedding trip and »re now at home in Astoria. Mr. Myers Is' "ow serving with the navy. • * • PEO Chapter Meets . In C, Crigger Home Mrs. Alyln Huffman, Jr., presided o\er the meeiing of Chapter- "N" of the PEO : Sisterhood Friday at the session conducted at the Charles Crigger home. : Mrs. Huffman presided over the nieeCtng In tlie absence of the president,. Mrs. U E. Old. Mrs. Crissor conducted n Constitutional Quiz with the .prize being presented to Mrs .Harry Kirby for the highest score. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Party (or 35 Guests Fetes Martha Ann White Martha' Ann White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. White, celebrated her eleventh birthday yesterday afternoon with a party for 35 guests at the home of her parents, on Davis Street.' Pink and white was the selected color combination for the decora- tion.<rof the entertaining rooms and the table. appointments. Games and informal entertainment made up the afternoon's activities after which the group presented Martha Ann with assorted gifts. ' ; ; Hot dogs. Iced drinks, party foods and the traditional birthday cake was served by the hostess's mother. Mrs.' white and her grandmother, Mrs. Alice Womaclc. Parly favors were presented each guest. . • • TWO PIECE CHARM 8501 34-48 Program Given For YWA, Guests "Behind the Iron'curtain" was the program presented for the nine members and two •. guest* of the First Baptist Young Women's Association who met last night at the Roy Head home. Miss Dorothy Sheppard and Mrs. Llnwood LewU; wer* the group's gueats. A short business session was conducted followed, by n devotional, "Stewardship" given by Miss Cllf- fle .Overman. • Program participants were Misses Lounell Overman, Katherine Westbrook, Cllflie Overman and Maxine HIU. Miss Lounell Overman adjourned the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Head served refreshments in the social hour following. By Sue Burnett A softly tailored two piece dres.' for women that's as wearable as can be. Note the clever yoke treatment the smooth fitting panelled skirt Both short and long sleeves are provided. Pattern No. 8501 is a sew-rit perforated pattern for sizes 34, 36 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and -48. Size 36 short sleeve, 3Ts yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents in COINS, your name, address, siz desired, and the PATTERN NUM BER to Sue Burnett, Courier Newb 530 South Wells Street, Chicago ' III. Send 25 cents today [or the ne Pall and winter FASHION. Th latest issue is filled with news RU styles for a smart winter wardrobe interesting features; free gift pat em printed Inside the book. I Bits of News M. I,. Hawkins Is undergoing refitment at the Walls Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Harry Myers an- ounce the birth of a son, Oct. t their home 1604 Cherry. He ins been named Ronald Gene. Mrs .Alplionse Melito arrived las' Ight from New Orleans for a visit guest of her brother, Bill Michel. Mrs. Michael and family. Mrs. James Oxford and son anri, and daughter, Mrs. Cecil Hays Ir. Hays and daughter spent tlv •eekend In Rldgiey, Tenn., as guests Coming Events Social Calendar Alpha Alpha Chapter of BeU Sigma Phi meet< at the home of Mrs. Charles Henley, 1808 Chlck*- awba «t 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Heceptlon at First Baptist Church lonorlng Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. White at 8:30 p.m. Sudbury PTA meets at the school »t 3 p.m. Executive Board meeting at 2:30 'p.m. Delphian Society meets at Hotel •table at 10 a.m. Mrs. W. H. Hutson hostess fo High Two Club. Chapter "D" of PEO meets at the :. B. Ge« home. Mrs. Hermon :arlton and Mrs. Gee will be hostesses for the Initial fall meeting. Mrs. L. E. Old, hostess to Wednesday Club. Women's Auxiliary to St. Stephen's Eplxcopal church having spag tietll dinner and supper. Serving from II to 1 and 5:30 to t p.m. at the Hut. Gleaners Have Monthly Meeting The monthly business and social meeting of the Gleaners Sunday School Class of .the First Baptist Church was held last night at the J. T. Westbrook home, with Mrs. Fred Copeland co-hostess to the 14 -members and one guest. Mrs. C. L. Bennett was the only guest for the meeting which was opened with prayer by Mrs. Walter Bishop. : The evening tievotional was given by Mrs.. C. S. White followed by a business session presided over by Mrs. J. W. Rayder. Bible Quizs were conducted by Mrs. Albert Enderlin after which Mrs. White presented a rmisica program of piano selections. Prayer by Mrs. J. P. Friend adjourned the business session of the occasion. Party foods were served by the hostesses to their guests who were seated In the enterlainine rooms of the home. Vases filled with dahlias and chrysanthemums provided the floral background. Circles Conduct Initial Meetings Women of the Baptist Churc met In circles yesterday for th first, meeting of the new assocla- »fonal year. The book, "Highways In The Desert" by Ida Pftterson Storm was begun for a series of study lessons. Thirteen members and two guests of _CSrcl One met at the home of Mrs. Tom Jackson. Mrs. Ted King opened '. the meeiing with prayer followed by the lesson taught by Mrs. Shelbourn Brewer. Mrs. E. C. Brown closed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Waiter Bishop was hostess to ten members and two guests of Circle Two, Opening prayer was led by Mrs. Theodore Logan followed by the lesson which was presented Mrs. W. Marion Williams. Mrs. H. L. Chambers adjourned the meeting with prayer. Circle Three, with 11 members present met at the home of Mrs. H, H. Brooks. Mrs. Bitty Wooten led in the opening prayer followed by the lesson which was taught by Mrs. E- H- McClure. f Mrs. oxford's brother, 0. L iUndeld and family. Mr, and Mrs. Bill Michael and hlldren. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Guer an and Doyle Jones, who Is a stU' ent at Arkansas State College Jonesboro, spent the weekend M ..Ittle Rock where they attendei he Arkansas Livestock Show. Whll here they were the guests of Mr nd Mrs. Sam Gordon who are con nected with the. Royal American Shows. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Stile and Miss Betty Stiles spent Sun day in Forrest city where the visited Dale worlsey, who was In ured'In an accident. Condition Mr. Worsley, who is a cousin Mr. Stiles and Miss Stiles. Is re- lorted as satisfactory. Mr. Worlsey a former Blytheville resident. Richard Myers, seaman second class, U&.S', son of Mr. and Mrs. :Iarry Myers of Blytheville Is now stationed al Bart Francisco, CMit. He is preparing for Pacific duty aoard the USS Bnlroko. Don Wallace was removed to his borne on west Main Sunday from the Blytheville Hospital where he had been undergoing treatment for ten days. His condition Is reported as satisfactory. Misses Katherine Thompson and Lilly Mae McDerrnott spent Sunday in Memphis as guests of SjSgt and Mrs. J. D. McDermott. Miss Charley Ruth BlanJcenship of Dell, who Is a freshman at LJn- denwood College, St. Charles, Mo,, was the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, u. S. Blanfc- enshlp and (amily ol Dell. Mr. and Mrs. James Russell of St. Louis announce the birth of a son. David Michael, Oct. 5 In a St. Louis hospital. Mrs. Russell Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lloyd of Blytheville. She Is the former Miss Betty Jo Lloyd. Mr. and Mrs. Russell formerly made their icme In Blytheville. Paul Taylor Is the name selected Club 28 meets at the Hill, with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trleschman, Mr. and Mrs. r, B. Joyner and Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Fair as hostj and hos- tessei. Mrs. A. O. Little. Mrs. J. A. Le«h. Mrs. Harry Klrtoy and Mrs. Aubrey Conway entertaining with a 1 p.m luncheon and bridge «t the Country Club. Mrs. W. H. Peas* hostess to Thursday luncheon club. Promised Land WSCS meets with Mrs. W. P. Fitzgerald »t 7 p.m. Thursday Rook club meets with Mrs. T. O. Huey. Mrs. Hugh Gentry ho«l«ss to Avalon Bunco Club. Kibitzer Club plays bridge at the home ot Mrs. Don Chamblin. Friday Mississippi County Council PTA meets at the First Christian Churcl In Blytheville at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. -W. H. O'Keele and Mrs. Don Nusbaum entertaining Alpha Delta Chapter o( Beta Sigma Phi t the O'Keefe home, 1520 Holly at 7:30 p.m. - 40th Anniversary s Observed by W. O. Andersons The 40lh wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson was marked Sunday with a reunion it their home near Blytheville for five of their six children and three grandchildren. The day wa«. spent Informally at the Anderson home on Barfleld Road. Children of the couple attending the celebration were, Mrs. James Bell, Mr. Bell and son Bill of Stuttgart; Buddy Anderson and Mrs Anderson of L»s Angeles, Calif.: Harold Anderson, Mrs. Anderson and son, Harold Jr., o( Mariana; Mrs Troy Graham and Mr. Graham ol Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Anderson's granddaughter, Jan Deveraux, who makes her home with her grandparents. Charles Anderson, who is now serving with the Navy in Philadel phia, Pa., was unable to attend. Heel-to-Toe Shoe Fit Twelve Attend WMU Session Ten members and two guests of the Number Nine Baptist Woman's Missionary Union met last night at the church for the regular business session. The Rev. Gene SchuKz and Miss Alfreda Stovall were esls. Mrs, T, N. Johnson, president, presided over the meeting which ned with repenting of the watchword and prayer led by Mrs. BCM Rustin. A devotional from the book of Epheslans was given by Mrs. Raymond .Whittle niter which reports 'rpm various officers were heard. The Rev. Mr. SchulU adjourned .he meeting with prayer. or Hospital to M/Sgt; and Mrs. Arnold T. Brltton. Sgt. Brltt'on Is now serv- ng with the Air Force In Japan. .Irs, Britton, who is the former kllss Juanita Johnson, Is making ier home with her parents, Dr. and tlrs. R. L. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Milter and Ir. and Mrs. Howard Caldwell spent;iS;(indRy In Pocahontas uesU. of- Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Smith"and relatives, Mrs. O. S. Lemons taught the lesson at the meeting of Circle Fournt her home. Fourteen members of the ircle were present. Mrs. E. B Woodscm opened the meeting with prnycr, Mrs. Byron Nail led the closing prayer. Mrs. E. P. Hardin was hostess to 12 members of Circle Five. Opening prayer was led by Mrs. Albcr! Endcrltn followed by the lessoi presented by Mrs. Charles R a Newcomb. Mrs. G. E. Johnson closed the meeting with prayer. The meeting of II members of Circle Six at the Lloyd Stickmon home was opened with repeating of the WMU watchword. Mrs. E Stevens taught the lesson study and | also led in prayer. A social hour followed each meet- Ing. Choir Schedules, Church Reception The Choir of the First Baptist Church will entertain tomorrow night following the Wednesday evening Prayer Meeting with » reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. c. 3 White, who are leaving Blytheville ~on. The reception will be held at 8:30 p.m. In the Young People's Department ot the church for the" entiri church .membership. Reunion Is Held At Country Home Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Sheppard entertained at their home at Roseland Sunday with a famjly reunion (or members of the Sheppard and Laister.s families. Special guest was Mrs. Estelle Sullivan, who Is IS yean old. was Sulivan, who ta 78 years old. was the aunt of a large group of guests attending Irocn Kentucky, Gallfor nia, Missouri, Tennesset and Arlc ansas. Twenty seven guests attended the affair. Calvary Women Meet in Circles Calvary Baptist, church circles met in homes of members yester day for business and program meetings. Mrs. R. E. Smothers was hostess to Circle Two and one new member Mrs. Leon Robertson, for a program session. Mrs. J. W. Tomlinson led the opening prayer followed by ft business session conducted by Mrs. Sam McGhee during which circle officers were named. Officers serving will be, Mrs. McGhee, circle chairman; Mrs. jack Altaway, secretary .and treasurer; Mrs. Luclan Galnfts, co-chairman; Mrs. Robertson, community missions; Mrs. Inez Gentry, social chairman; Mrs. Smothers, program chairman; Mrs. Tomllnson, mission study. Mrs. Gentry closed the meeting with prayer. "The Law of (he Lord Is" was the program topic presented at the leetings of circle rive and Six. Mrs. Reb* Priest- was hostess to lircle Five for the meeting which >pened with group singing and rayer by Mrs. Vernon Gean. Mrs. Priest presided over the meeting during which Mrs. dean was\named mission study chairman Mrs. Jimmy Davis directed the program. Participating In the dls- ussions were Mrs. L. D. Msrr, Mrs 'riest, Mrs. Porter Miller, Mrs 5ean. Prayer led by Mrs. Bob Coleman :losed the meeting. Mrs. Berntce Wallace was a gues with members of Circle Six who met at the home of Mrs. Charles Lip- ord. .. Mrs. P. H. Jernigan opened the! meeting with prayer after which Mrs. curry Pruitt presented the de- •otional. The program was under the direction; of Mrs. Peggy Germany, who was assisted by Mrs. Homer Connell, Mrs. Upford and Mrs. Jernigan. Mrs. H. J. pondren led In the ad- kiurnlng prayer. A social hour followed each meet- Ing. If the shoe fits, wear il. This old maxim is tried by » younj mother wh« understands Uw Important* «| properly-shod yoiine; feet. Her back-to-schoolers watch as she tests flexibility at leather (left). CUMn* stand lititling full weight an feet, ilurinr, measuring luooer rUtht) an* ihee-flttinc (train rtakl>. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYAnDS, III., Oct. 10. </?> —(USDA)—Hogs 11.000; slow, steady to 15 lower than Monday's average; extremes 25 lower on logs under 190 Ib; sows stags and boars mostly unchanged: bulk good mil choice 200-250 Ib 19.75-85; prac- ical top 19.B5; a few lots 20.00; bulk 110-190 Ib 19.25-50; some 190 Ib lots ip to 19.75: 140-160 Ib 17.75-19.00; :nost sows 400 Ib down 18.25-19.25; i few 19.50; heavier sows mostly 17.00-18.00: extremes down to 16.75 on sows over 550 Ib stags 12.50-15.00; bosrs 9.50-13.00. At The Hospitals Bljthrrllle noiplUI Dismissed : . T. N. Brlgans. Cooler. Wall* HooplUl Mrs. M. E. Crawford, Gosnell Mrs. James L. Wilson and baby City. The Women's Auxiliary St. Stephen's Episcopal Church INVITES YOU To Enjoy A Delicious Spaghetti Lunch or Supper WEDNESDAY ADULTS: $1:00 served 11:30—1:00 5:30—«;30 CHILDREN: 50c \ (he American Legion Hut CITY LEAGUE STARTS NEXT TUESDAY includes about 40 loads of steers; with cows making up about 18 per cent of the offering; opening Inquiry confined largely to good to choice steers and heifers; with one load high good and low choice medium weight steers 31.00; little done on heifers and mixed yearlings; some medium and good around 25.00-29.00; generally about steady, cows, bulls and vealers owning steady; common and medium cows 18.50-20.00; a few good cows 21.00; canners and cutlers 15.00-18.50. Cattle 5.000; calves 1.800; supply a lighter blue. The .horizontal red. white and blue stripes of the Netherlands nag originally were orange, white and Association Plans Meeting Tonight A meeting of the Girl Scout Lone Troop Association will be held tonight »t the Girl Scout Little House in Walker park, MIS Glenn Ladd announced today. The Association meeting Is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. And Here is Another Successful BusinessMan Helped by HADACOL. Suffered Deficiencies of Vitamins BV/B2, Niacin and Iron If yon're Interfiled tn playing «i • tram or ap«n!M>riTi(r *n*, please rail tr>day . . . for Ihe srason Is re»rly t* ilnrt. Now andcr the m»nairenri«Tit of Iran R. Van Fallen, Ihe bowling Uines ar« ofTfHnf 3pfrl*1 prices each week. Any man who bowl* 2M or »ny lady 150 will get .1 free lints each week. And remember, if ynn wa.nl to learn the fun of hnwlinjt, free Instruction M offered. 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