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PAGE FOUS '(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TOTSDAY, MARCH T, 1W0 Bocietu AlewA* jane Shelton, elton, Society Editor f Phon« 4461 Miss Kemvright Plans Late March Wedding Mr. and Mrs.. Marvin Kenwright are today Rnnounclng the engagement of their daughter, Miss Winifred Kenwright, to Ross Caldwcll, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. HOGS Cald- wcll of Gosnell. The wedding will be solemnized in . late March. . • * • Chapter "N" Has Election; Mrs. Old Is President Mrs. L. E. Old was elected presl- 'dent of the Chapter "N" of the PEO sisterhood at a luncheon- meeting held recently at the Chester ca!rt\vell home. Mrs. Old was co-hostess to the group for the two course luncheon which was served from the dining table. Vases filled with gladioli nnd spring flowers were arranged throughout the home. • other officers elected were Mrs. ;Alvin Huffman, Jr., vice-president; Mrs. Caldwcll, secretary; Mrs. Williard H. Pease, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Harry Kirby, treasurer; !Mrs. Riley B. Jones, chaplain; and Mrs. Murray Smart, guard. Mrs. Old and Mrs. J. W. Adams were elected by the group as delegates to the state convention which will be held in April at Knreka Springs. Alternates to the meeting :are Mrs. Huffman and Mrs. n. A. Nelson. Supper Party Honors Gee's Weekend Guests The spacious home of, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee was the setting Saturday night for a dinner party lum- •vOring their weekend guests, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter E. J. Ewald of Memphis. . The buffet styled supper was served from the large dining table which was centered with a low .bowl of • mixed Spring flowers flanked by burning tapers tn branched candelabra. JVjlowIng supper the group spent the evening informally. "March 17 Date .Of DAC Assembly The 23rd Annual Assembly of the Arkansas Society, Daughters of the American Colonists, will be held on s March 17, It was announced today ' by Mrs. James B. Clark, state regent. The Thomas Fox of Concord Chapter of Fnyettevllle, of.which ;-Mrs. Shelton Ellis is regent,' will i ser\'e as hostesses for the assembly .".which is to be held in the Reiidcz- rvous Room of Hotel Marlon in IJt- .tle Rock. p Tn addition to Mrs. Clark, oilier '*. state officers of the organization ~ • froni the local Col. John Martin ; Chapter Include Mrs. O. W. Me••• Cutchen, corresponding secretary; • -Mrs- Roland Green, chairman of the ' credetnials committee; and Mrs. E. '; R. Mason, publicity chairman. ' Several delegates from the local • chapter plan to attend the assembly. • * • "Luncheon Meeting Held by WSCS • Circlo Five of the First Methodist WSCS was the hostess circle yesterday for a luncheon-meeting nl the church. Mrs. Henry Humphreys . is chairman of the circle. Preceding the business-program was a luncheon in the church dining rooms. Low bowls of vivid jonquils ^ and pots ol trailing ivy were placed • at Intervals down the long tables. .In keeping with the approaching Bt. Patrick's Day were tlie clusters of tiny shamrocks topping potatoes which rested on the tables. Mrs. Wlnford Wyatt was program leader for the discussion, "Our Brothers Overseas." Mrs. George Pyles gave the devotional after which Mrs. Jack Finley Robinson discussed, "Life In Japan." Mrs. H. N. Whltls gave a brief review of the book, "Japan Begins Again" Carr. which will be used as a study course for the group next month. Mrs. Hnrolil Davis, accompanied by Mrs. John Caudill, presented a musical selection. Mrs W. L. Horner, group president, presided over a business session after which she dismissed the group with prayers. DRESS AND JACKET By Sue Burnett Attractive and smart, this neat sundress and- jacket combination comes in a wide ranee'of slze.^for u'omcn. Soft contrast is used for the dress top and bolero collar. Note the smooth pannelled skirt. Pattern No. 8441 Is a sew-rile perforated pattern in si/.es 36, 40. 42, 44, 46, 48. 50 and 52. Size 38, dress, 3}s yards of 30-Inch; bolero, I^H yards; ^ yard contrast The Spring and • Summer FASHION otters many ideas for a smart new wardrobe. Special fabric edition — more American Designer Originals — easy to sew styles — gift pattern printed Inside. 25 ce'nts. Bits of News WMU and Guest Meet at Church Mrs. E. O. Tooter was a visitor yesterday at the regular meeting of the WMtf of Calvnt^y Baptist Church when the group met at the Ohurch. '' "Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone?" was the opening hymn followed with prayer by Mrs. Pleze Rnmbo. The WMTJ watchword and hyinn of the year was given after which Mrs. Lucian Gaines, president, presided over a business meeting during which'-time she rejwrted on the GA conference which was held this past \veceknd In Little Rock . Report. 1 ; of various officers were mnde after which Mrs. Sam McGce and Mrs. J. W. Tomllnson led the closing prayers. Mrs. Charles Smith, Mrs. John Henry Hughes and Mrs. Mabel McKay have returned from Memphis where they attended a two da; UuBarry cosmetic school. Miss Sophie Meyers spent Sunda; In Memphis with relatives and friends. Dr. Torsen Llndquist will leave Wednesday morning for Little Roc] where he will attend the Arknnsa Stale Basketball tournament. Ho wil go on to Fort Smith to visit 111 father, Dr. N. A. Llndqubst. Dr Undciulst will return to Blylhevllk Sunday. Pfc. Dewell L, Crowson, son Mr. and Mrs, Richard rt. Crmv.soi of IH'rdctte lias returnee! to his unl after participating in four-day field maneuvers which were held at Ae- ba-io. Japan. Pfc. Crowson is presently assigned to Company 2, 27th Infantry Regiment, which is part of (he 26th Infnntry Division. He is stntloned at Camp Sakal, Osaka, Japan. George Eugene Butler of Osceoln mid Franklin Wayne Middlcton. of Lc.ichvillo have been placed on the fall semester honor roll at the University of Arkansas, Payettevillc Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. J. Ewnld of Memphis were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr.s. E. n. Gee. Mr.' Clara Davis. Mrs. W. H. O'- Kecfe nptl Sterling Martin left this morning for Mesa, Ariz., to he with Mr. Marlin's mother, Mrs. S, P. Mnrtln, who is ill In a hospital tliere. Mrs. Davis Is her sister and Mrs. O'- Kccfe. her niece. Condition of Mrs. Mnrtln, who suffered a heart attack several days ago, is unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. Newton B. Fisher spent Sunday In Paragouki as guests of friends. Mrs. Myrtle Kcgly Starky has returned to her home in Benton Harbor, Mich., after several days visit in Dlythcvllle. While here Mrs Starky nnd Mrs. Boyd Minnlck motored lo Memphis where they visited Mr.s. Slarky's brother. Harris Hatmaker nnd Mrs. Ilatmaker. Condition of Doris Stone who has been confined to her home In Missouri since Sunday with Influenza is satisfactory. Mr. nnd Mrs. Delmar LaMastus of Conchns Dam. N.M.. will arrive tills week for several days visit In Hie Huffman community as Riicsts of Mrs. LaMastus 1 . mother. Mrs V T. Necly and sister, Mrs. Geori-c Perry. Mr. nnd Mrs. Solon Gee. Jr.. of New. Madrid, Mo., nnd Mrs. ace's mother, Mrs. Lee of Lincoln, 111.. were the Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at hpme of Mrs. Johnson Blackwell at 623 N. Division at 7:30 p.m. Alpha Beta Chapter of Ejxsllon Sigma Alpha meets nt homo of Miss Butonne Jaggers at R p.m. Wednesday , Bitdbury PTA has meeting at the school at 3 p.m. preceded by Executive Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Delphian Society meets at Hotel Noble at 10:00 a.m. Mrs. Ben Shanks hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Wednesday CJub meets with Mrs. E. J. Cure. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Charles Lnngston. Chapter "D" of PEO Sisterhood has 1 p.m. meeting. Mrs. T. J, Mahan and Mrs. R. R Klrshner. Thursday All day meeting and study course of the Burdettc PTA at the .school Mrs. Hilton Stevenson in charge o program with Mrs. Hays Sullivan \>. II. Autry. the Rev. Russell Duffer and Miss Lois Fields gues speakers. Meeting begins at 10:00 a.m. Miss Lon Jo Hnrgctt, bride elect of Hunter Lane Kimbro of Joncs- boro, will be honored with a line] shower at tlie home of Mrs. Tec Lystcr in the Flat Lake Community. Mrs- C. C. Denlnn co-hostess for the 7:30 p.m. affair. Mrs. Harold Hinson hostess to livrsilny Rook CHifo. Thursday Night Club meets with Mrs. Earl Damon. Mrs. M. O. Usrcy entertains Mid Week Club. Blytheville Rook Club meets wit] Mrs. Elva Poe. Mrs. Russell -illllps hostess tr Thursday Club. Double Four meets with Mrs Lynn Brown. Frlil;iy Lucky Rook Club meets with Mrs Odie Hucy, • Mr. and Mrs. George Stilwell en tertiiin with 6 p.m. rehearsal suppe honoring members of the Freeman Simmons wedding parly. usiness Meeting Held By WMS A business meeting of the WMS : the First Baptist Church was onductcd yesterday at the church Ith Mrs. Ted King, president, pre- cliiig. The WMS hymn o( the year and atchword was given after which frs. Ebb Carson led the group In rayer. ' During the business session re- orts of officers and committee :iairmans were given an'd filed. Mrs. W. Marion Williams reviewed lie tir.st two chapters of the book Evangelism," by Dr. C. E. Mat- icws, after which the meeting was losed with prayer by Mrs. Tom ackson. Mrs. E. B. Gee and son. Mr. Gee is Study Group Has Regular Meeting Mrs. Lester D. Sfrubhar and Mrs, Tj. Li. Ward were hostesses yesterday to 14 members v of the Missionary Study Group of the Women's Connell of the First Christian Church for a regular meeting. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, chalrmnn of the study group, presided over trie meeting with Mrs. Freeman Robinson In charge of the worship service, "Thy Kingdom Come, O God." Continuing the .study of "Japan" was the program for the afternoon with Mrs. Cobb conducting. Mrs. Harry Bradley spoke to the group on, "Let Us Travel with Steven Cory" after which Mrs. John Burnett discussed. "In Pace of Onr Times" followed by Mr.s. strubhar's talk, "A Christian Institution." Mrs. B. N. Beck also spoke on, "A Christian Institution." Following the pronouncing of the benediction the hostesses served rc : freshments. a nephew of E. :B. Gee. Mrs. .Fred Von Hofe and children of Memphis were tlie weekend guests of Mrs. Von Ilofe's sister, Mrs. R. L. Adklsson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Landstreet of Memphis arc spending lo- dny.-hcre as guests of their dangh- 'yvSfrs. Stanley Gresley. Mr. Grcs- lcy.-ia.nrl son. Mr. and Mrs. Lnnd- street have recently returned from Florida where they spent several months. Mrs. Onle Linscomb, Mrs. Hnttfe Rutledge, Leo Ltpscomb, and Robert Frames all of Steclc. were the Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. won Burns. Condition of Mrs. C. C. Henderson, mother of Mnyor Doyle Henderson, who Is critically ill st Blytheville Hospital remains unchanged. WMS Group Has Special Program The Armorel WMS mot ycsferda al the church for a Royal Scrvlc Program, "Am I My Brother's Keep or?" with Mrs, Frank May as pro gram leader. The group sang "Story to Tell I the Nation" fifler which Mr.s, Leor tl Cox gave the devotional. Those taking part on the pn gram and Ihclr subjects were Mr N. C. Patterson, "Helpers Arc T Be Witnesses;" Mrs. C. C. Elliot "Christ's Kingdom Increase;" Mr Adrian - Russell, "Satan Tries T Prevent Soul Winning;" Mrs. Hen Berry, "Women Are Witnesses Mrs. Roy While, "Mission Witness and Mrs. Joe Bourland, "Can People Come To Church?" During the business meeting, ftn plans were mnde for the Enste wardrobe of the orphan whom the group supervises as a project. Mrs, R. L. Adklsson of the Huffman Church was guest with the 20 members for the meeting, which was closed wltVi sentence prayers. Episcopal Unit Has Meeting Mrs. John P. Fields was hostess esterdny at her home for the regu- ar meeting of the Women's Aux- lary of St. Stephen's Eplscopa ihurch. Mrs. J. K. McDowell led the group n the devotional after which Mrs Fields conducted a "Stump the Ex- lerts" type program on "Christiai Education." The highlight of the business scs- lon wns n discussion of the study our.se "Con-iidtr The Bible" which he Rev. W. J. FHzhugh, vicar, wil begin tomorrow evening at 8 p.n Mr. and Mrs. Stanley. Gresley wil be host and hostess for the meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Louis Hubener will be host ess to the St. Cecilia Unit which vill meet March 13 with Mrs. E. E Itevens. guest speaker. Mrs. Steven ill discuss the next in the study o Old Testament personalities. Mrs. McDowell gave the bcnedlc ion after which Mrs. Fields serve coffee. YWA, Guest Meet n Wilder Home "Fishers of Men" was Die program presented last night to the 4 members and one guest of the Jalvary Baptist, YVVA at the regular neellng. Miss Billie Jean Rlchard- on was guest with the group at the home or Mrs. Woodrow Wilder. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Wilder after which Mary Agnes peoples presented the devotional. Matthew 4 and John 21. Those participating on the pro- jram were Mrs. James Morgan, Miss Uiclnda Cole, Alice Priest, Vcrna Pondren and Patty Graham. Mrs. Morgan led the closing prayer after which a social hour \vtts helti. During the evening the group presented Mrs. Morgan, a recent bride, with a gift. Mrs. Morgan was before her marrlagc> Miss Joy Chandler. Lake Street WSCS Meets At Church Mrs. Bill Looper was guest yes. terday with, 14 members of the WSCS of the Lake Street Method is Church for the meeting at the church. Mrs. Billy King, president, pie slflel ovei tne business session during which time Mrs. C. T. Shamlin was named delegate to the WSC! conference which will be held March 23 In Morrilton. Mrs. Lini Harrison was named alternate. Mrs. Don Lutz was elected by th< group as historian after which Mrs Jimmle Sanders, study leader, pre sen ted a lesson from the new course "We The People of the Ecunnmica Week of Prayer 3 rogram Given The Week of Prayer program was Jven by members of the Huffman 3aptUt WMS at the meeting held Friday night at the Church. Mrs. Pennie Walker, president, opened the meeting with a devotional followed by the program, "On Our Doorsteps," Those participating in the discussion were Mrs. Milton Dallas, Mrs. R. L. Adkisson, Mrs. Will King, Mrs.,Tom Dodson, Mrs. Billy Ray, Mrs. Jack Adkisson, Mrs. Annie Boon, an* Mrs. George Perry- The meeting was closed with pray- Baptist BWC Has Guest Speaker Mrs. E. E. Stevens was guest last night with 10 members of the BWC Number Eight of the First Baptist Church for the meeting at the home of Mrs. Berlha Ingram. The opening prayer was led by Mrs. J. M. Cleveland followed by a Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III., March 7. W>>— (OSDA)— Hogs 13,000; weights 180 Ibs up 25 to 35 lower than Monday's . average; lighter weights and sows 25 to 60 lower; bulk good and choice 180240 Ibs 11.00-25; top 17,25; most later sales 17.15 down; 250-310 Ite 16.15-17,00; 140-110 Ibs 14.00-18.25; few 16.50; 100-130 Ibs 10,00-13.50; few 13.15; good and choice sows 400 Ibs down 14.50-15.25; heavier sows 12.75-14.25; slags 8.50-ll.JO. Cattle 3000; calves 1600; few odd lots good steers steady at 27.00-2*^ good replacement steers 23.50; g*«v eral undertone weak; heifers anS mixed yearlings opened steady; medium and good 23.00-25.50; common and loiv medium 19.00-22.00; beef cows steady; good 19.00-20.00; common and medium 17.60-18.00, The term "all-electronic" »s now applied to television means that no moving part, such as a motor, is used in reproducing motion pictures. ] brief business session. Mrs. Stevens taught the mission lesson. 'The Hols' Spirit In Missions" after which Mrs. Carl Tate | , hal „,;,,[,,£ leil the closing prayer. The hostess served refreshmei in the social hour following Treat your COUGH INSIDE-OUT! The way to ret nd of that nauKEne, hacking couul] is U>ctisliHl£e th« czufes IJie tickle. Take Church." Those participating in the lesson were Mrs. King, Mrs. L. E. Gay, and Mrs. Agnes Skeleton. A n-und table discussion of the lesson was held. Mrs. Ivtrson Morris dismissed the meeting with prayer. eood. old Hell's Cough Syrup: and itry Quickly th« menibrtnes of your throkt and luneft pour out extra accretions which Unit to flush iwiy [ from inxijeovt. No wo rule r Elell'B sinus tickl*. aids cotlKtis.after-coMB. ercn relieves cigarette couth. Doctor* prescribe the ftame In- frredienta. Gu&ranteed to contain no dope. Harmless even to children. Get a bottle of Ucll'i Coueh Syrup today. A! The Hospitals nlylhevlllc Hospital Dismissed: ' * Mrs. Jerry Parks. City. 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