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March 21, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PAGE FOUR, Bl*1 rn& v iiilJE (ARK.)' CUUHIBR nr/wo TUESDAY, MARCH M, Jane Sbelton, C • 4 aocteut elton, Society Editor i . . Phone 4461 Four Guests Meet With GEO Club at Ellis Home •Four guests, Mrs. Howard De- Splinter, Miss Prances McHaney. Mrs. John Fields and Mrs. Dick Mills, met last night with the GEO Club when Mrs.'J. C. EHLs, Jr., en- tertalneVl the group at her home at Bnrfield. w Vases holding arrangements of scarlet gladioli, Jonquils, and salmon hued gladioli were placed throughout the, rooms In which the guests spent the evening In bridge. High score was won by Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney, second high by Miss Vera Goodrich and bridgo, Mrs. James Rogers. Preceding the game, Mrs. Ellis served a dessert course. Baptist Circles Have Meeting A mission program, "Am I My Brother's Keeper?" was presented yesterday afternoon to the 15 members and two visitors of Circle One, Two and Five of Calvary Baptist Church who met at the church. Mrs. Sally Kimes and Mrs. Lawrence Lester were guests. Mrs. R. E. Smothers presented the program which was opened with the song, "Christ for the World We Sing" after which Mrs. A. D. Priest led in prayer. Those participating on the program were Mrs. George Widner, who gave the devotional taken from the book of John, Mrs. H. J. Fondren, Mrs. Prl&st, Mrs. Darrel Lunsford, Mrs. James Rambo, and Mrs Woodrow Wilder. . ' The closing prayer .was led by Mrs. Mary McGruder. Bits of News 31st Birthday To Be Feted The 3Ist birthday of the Legionnaires will be observed tonight with a birthday supper at the Legion Hut for veterans and their wives. Hostesses for the supper will be the American Legion Auxiliary of the Dud Cason Post. Supper will be served beginning at 1:30 p.m. YWA Conducts Business Meeting A business meeting of the Calvary YWA was conducted last night at the home of Bonnie and Mary Agnes peoples with 11 members of the group present. . .. Barbara prullt lead the opening prayer followed by. a brief business cession. . The dismissal , prayer was given by Patty Graha'm after which the hostesses served refreshments in the social hour following. WINS SCHOLARSHIP — Harry "', Fritzius, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fritzius of Blytheville. has been presented a voice scholarship to Hendrix College, Conway, for the 1950-51 session. Mr. Fritzius, who was auditioned for the award following the performance of the Blytheville High School Glee Club, Friday at the state music festival, Conway, was among 15 entrants who performed for nine Judges for the awards. One was awarded for male voice, one for fcmalo voice, band and piano. He Is a senior in Blytheville High School and serves as president of the lied Hazzoos. He Is n member of the high school A' Cappella Choir nnd the First Baptist Church Choir. He Is.a student of Dalton O. Fowlston of Blylheville. Study Meeting Held by Circles 'Prayer" by Dr. Frank Laubach was the study lesson for the six circles of the WSCS of the First Methodist Church who met In the homes of members yesterday. Mrs. M. O. Goodwin was hostess and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson co-hostess at the Goodwin home to 19 mem bers and one new member of the Circle One. Mrs. A. E. Miller was a new member. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Roy Bagley. guest, after which Mrs. Charles Alford taught the study lesson.' Study "Prayer" Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. J. M. Jontz with nine members present. : The study, was given by Mrs. George Pyles. Circle Three met at the Jack Fin- Icy Robinson home with 14 members present. The devotional was 'given by Mrs. William Wyatt after Circle Three . Gives Program A Royal Service Program, "Am I My Brother's Keeper" was presented by Circle Three of the First Baptist Church for the WMU nt the weekly meeting yesterday at the church. Mrs. Theodore Logan of Circle Three was in charge of the program. Mrs. Ted King, president, opened the meeting with the repeating of the watchword and the group singing of the hymn of the yenr. This was followed with prayer by Mrs. Tom Jackson. A devotional, taken from the book of Matthew, was given by Mrs. E. H. McClure followed by the introduc. tory remarks to the program which were given by Mrs. Logan. Plan for Revival Mrs. C. E. Evans and Mrs. Walter Bishop presented talks concerning the program -theme followed by prayer for the revival at the church which will begin Aorll nth. Thlv prayer was lead by Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Sr. Scriptures , In keeping with the program topic were read by Mrs. H. H. Brooks, Mrs. E. L. Hale, Mrs. J. L. Nabers, Mrs. E. P. Karelin and Mrs. R. E. Blaylrofc. At Intervals during the readings Mrs. Harry Fritzius sang verses from songs appropriate to the scripture. Slip, was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Ebb Carson. A prayer was sung by Mrs. Fritzius as a benedication to the meeting. which the study lesson, under the direction*of Mrs. John Foster, was presented. Mrs. W. J. Pollard was hostess to 14 members of Circle Four for the studs' meeting. Mrs. E. J. Cure presented the lesson. Mrs. Aubrey Boyd was hostess and Mrs. J. C. Drokc co-hostess to Circle Five with 15 members present Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth gave the devotional after which Mrs. I,. E Old presented the study lesson. • Circle Six met at the Charles Wylie home. Guests Attend Mrs. T'red Steadman nnd Mrs Hildred Bunch were gucsEs at th< meeting of each circle. They presented birthday calendars to tht groups. A social hour was held at conclusion of each meeting. Miss Sue Cassidy of Blytheville will be a member of the Central College Choir, of North Little Rock when the group tours the northwestern section of Arkansas beginning March 25. Miss Cassidy Is first alto. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. White have returned from Little Rock where they went especially to attend the funeral of Mr. While's mother, Mrs Mary Elizabeth While. The funeral services were held Sunday. Mrs. James B. Clark has relurn- cd from Ana Maria, Pla., where she spent the winter months. En route home she attended the 23rd Annual Assembly of the Arkansas lapters of the Daughters merican Colonists hold March 17 Little Hock. Mrs. Clark, who Is ate regent of the organization resided at the assembly, held in otel Marion. Condition of Mrs. Carl Clayton Ito has been a patient nt St. Bcr- ard's Hospital. Joncsboro, for tin ^st several days, is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Gibson have turned from a week's visit In Ho jrings. Miss Mary Lon Bass, daughter o r. and Mrs. Carl Bass of Lepanto irmerly of Blytheville, arrived thl onilng in the Balboa Canal Zone plane, to visit as guest of Mr nd Mrs Joe Kucfer and Miss Mar. lice Kuetcr. Miss Bass went espe" ally to attend the wedding of Mis. ueter nnd Ernest Sir/a, of Woods ole, Mass. Miss Bass, who wll •rve as a bridesmaid to her cousin the Easter Sunday wedding, wi iturn to her home by plane afte month's visit. Mrs. John \ Wngnon Is confine* a her home, 1608 W. Ash, with in uenza. Mrs. Gertrude Warford of El Do ado, 111., Is visiting here as gues f her sister, Mrs. James L. Guard 'r. Guard and family. Miss Ncma Burks is spending the •eek In Paragould. ' , Condition of Mrs. L'. E. Gay, who s confined to her home on N. Bth •ith influenza, Is'sntisfactory. Mrs. W. H. Stovall returned last ight from St. Louis where she pent two days visiting her son, W. H. Stovall, Jr., and Mrs. Stovall. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Warrington nd sons of Pnragould, were the vcekcnd guests of Mrs. Warring- on's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie lurks and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson had s their- guest for the past several lays their grandson, Harold Ancicr- on, Jr., of Marlanna. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Anderson, Sr., spent several lays in St. Louis attending a Botler's Convention. The group re- urned to their home in Marlanna Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook and on, Kerry, and daughter, Carol \nn, of ITornersville, Mr)., were the vecfcend guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Rooch and family. tin Miss Smith Electee: Sorority Treasurer Receiving another sorority honor is Miss Mary Ann Smith daughte of Mrs. Ann R. Smith of Blythc ville, who has been elcclcd treasur er of Delta Gamma sorority the University of Arkansas, Fny etteville. Miss Smith Is a junior i the college of business ndministra lion and a member of the Black friars. Associated women Student and YWCA. She was recently selected mod 1 pledge of the year. In order to replenish undergroun water reservoirs, flood wntcr is of ten diverted across porous earth surfaces. Hosiery ^Capers VSCS Conducts Church Meeting Mrs. W. I" Grwn led the open- .g prayer for the meeting of the ake street WSCS yesterday at the tmrch. Mrs. Billy King, president, pre- ded over the meeting with Mrs. ton Lutz presenting the devotional, The Christian Woman" in connec- with the study lesson for the leeting, "The Christian Woman" iken from the book, "We the, Feole of the Ecunumical Church." The inglng of the hymn, "Dear Lord nd Father of Mankind" the ;tad- :ig of a psalm and prayer was Irected by Mrs. Lutz. Those participating In the after- loon study were Mrs. W. E. Green ,trs. W. b. Green, Mrs. Lutz am Sirs. Joe Strickland. The meeting v.-as cl<x«:u "with the roup's repeating the Lord's Prayer. A more decorative show of lees under skirts is forecast by new flamor stockings. Playing card motifs sprinkled over the sheer nylons (above) are picked out in 24-karat cold. Pastel petit-point flowers embroider the ankles of pale-toned stockings (top right). Chenille figure 8's march up the seams of daytime hosiery (left), LuxoraV Shawnee ulee Clubs Rated The Luxora Glee Club received a. first division rating at the State Chornl Festival in Conway lost week and the Shawnee Glee Club won a second division rating in the meet. Through the omission of a line of type in the Monday edition of the Courier News, it was stated that the Luxora club won n second division rating nnd there was no mention of the Shawnee Club's rating. Both Glee Club groups were in the "B" division of the festival, and both arc directed by Dalton Fowlston of Blytheville. Amphibian tanks, then known as "alligator tanks," were used by U.S. Marines back in 1524. Coming Events Sociol Calendar Tu esifay Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at the home of Mrs. Hlldrcd Bunch, North Highway 61, nt 7:30 p.m. Birthday supper feting Legionnaires and their \vives will be given by the Legion Auxiliary at the Hut beginning at 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. James Hill, Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., will entertain with a reception at the Hill home Immediately following the concert of Richard Dyer Bennett at the Memorial Auditorium. 1 - : Mrs. Toler Buchanan entertains Circle Seven of the First Methodist Church at 8 p.m. Wednesday •-/ Lange PTA has general meeting in the Lange 'auditorium at 3 p.m. Executive Board meeting will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Chapter "D" of PEO Sisterhood meets at -i p.m. at Rustic, Inn for Luncheon-meeting. Mrs. E. R. Lancashire and Mrs. W. T. Dcnlon will be hostesses. Club Eight meets with Mrs. G. O Poctz. Pelpliuin Society meets at Hotel Noble at 10 am. "• Mis. C. A. Cunningham hostess to the Wednesday Club. Alpha Beta Bunco Club meets with Mrs. Dorothy Drewry. .Thursday Mrs. Joe Davis, Mrs. J. N. Smothermon and Miss Pearl Lee will entertain at the Davis home, TO8 Hardin, at T:30 p.m. with a kitchen shower feting Miss Lon Jo Hargclt. bridc-elecl of Hunter Lane Kimbro. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Briggs, Dr. and Mvs. W. T. Rainwater, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bittner, nnd Dr. and Mrs. P. 'E. Utlcy, hosts and hostesses to the 2Qth Century Club at the Hut. Mrs. Raymond Sliamlin entertains Aval on Bunco. Mrs. Leon Scherer hostess lo Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. Wilbur Wnhl honors Thurs- Dyer-Bennett to Sing Here Tonight Richard Dyer-Bcrmctt, tenor and luitarist currently on his Jlfth concert lour, will be presented In Bly- thovillc tonight under the auspices of the Blytheville Civic Music Association. Kis presentation at the American Legion Auditorium will start at 8 p m and Ls to Include ballads, chanteys, bush songs, and features of 20th century minstrelsy. Mr. Dyer-Uennctt was to arrive in Blytlicville early this afternoon for his appearance here. Following the concert he will be guest of honor at a reception at the home Qf Mrs. James Hill. Jr. Mrs. Kill Mid Mds. C. L McWalers Jr., will be hostesses to aproximately 120 officers and leaders of the Civic Music Association. Mr. Dyer-Bennett not only sp«. lalizes l n Mil -accompaniment on the Spanish guitar and in poetry, but . has established a school of ministrelsy for students of harmony composition, music theory and Improvisation. He has appeared nt Town Hall repeatedly, at Carnegie Hall, and lias won praise from New York concert audiences, He is the fourth artist, or group of artists, to be presented by the Blytheville music group this year, and the appearance of Claram»e Turner on April 18 will complete the. concert schedule [or the .groui^J second year. ^? Dorothy Eustls, pianist; Frank Edwinn, baritone; and the National Male Quartet have been presented in previous concerts this year. All Day Meeting Held By Council An all dny meeting of sewing b the Women's Council of the Fir Christian Church preceded the Ex ecutive Board meeting of the grou yesterday at the' church. Following the morning ol sewin on the Junior Choir robes luncheon was served the 11 members present after which Mrs. C. A. Tant presided over a business meeting. Mrs. Lester D. Strubhar led the opening prayer after, which Mrs. Tant appointed a nominating committee for the selection of officers for the 1950-51 session. Mrs. Strubhar was named chairman of the committee with the following being appointed to serve on the committee; Mrs. John McHnney, Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Ben Harpole, and Mrs. Hadley Hays. The meeting was adjourned with the pronouncing of the beudiction. America produces approximately I 1,206.000,000 pounds of cheese a year day Night Chib. Phcbean Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church meets for potlurk, supper at the home of Mrs. Pearl Lamb, 322 E. Kentucky. Mrs. E. R. Lancashire hostess to Thursday Contract Club. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. Rube Carson. Mrs. Aubrey Conway hostess to Mid-Week Club. Thursday Luncheon Club meets with Mrs. Charles Bittner. Friday Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr., hostess to Friday Contract. Mrs. Lendennle Powier entertains CBC Club. Lucky Rook Club meets with Mrs Freeman Huey, Birds killed by fowl cholera should be burned or buried so rats or other animals will not spread the disease 'organisms. At The Hospitals liljrtr.cvHle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, James E. Long and baby, City. Mrs. Gilbert Stout, City. Velma Marie Terry, Cooler. Mrs. S. T. Cook. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Billy Trowbrldge, Horncrsvllle, Mo. Molten rock Inside the earth Is called magma, a Greek word meaning dough. Treat your COUGH INSIDE-OUT! 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