PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURTEK NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH 2S, 19B» Jane (9 . J. G>OC4C44i Shelton, Society Editor 9 Phone 4461 '10th Birthday Feted With Theater Party ' ^ Th« 10th birthday ot Martha HuddlcstoiV daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. LeRoy Huddleston was ob, served Saturday afternoon v,tth * "theater party for H guests. Following the movie, the group ,*-ent to the nnzorbnck where they were served assorted party foods. Pink and white was the chosen color scheme for the decorations of the private dining room In which the affair .was held. A birthday cake, complete with pink candy tetters "Happy Birthday Martha" nnd burning pink candles, centered the serving table. During' the afternoon, Mr. Hnd- dleston made moving pictures of the • group. First Birthday Feted '.'• With Party for 18 Guests .The first birthday of Blllle Jean Sharp was observed Saturday night when her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sharp, entertained.with a party for elshtecn little guests. Games -were played and 'prices presented to Bucky Joe White, Jan• ette Balclridge, Kenny White, Linda Sharp and Jimmy Honnon. Assorted party foods were served from the: dining table, which was topped with a large white cake. Encircling the ! cake were pink letters, "Happy Birthday Jean. 11 Ice (ream and chocolate milk • .were ; served .with the'cake'during the evening. • Pictures were made of the group. Out of town guests of Miss Dolly Gray and Mrs. A) Weese of St. Louis. Del! WMU Meets In Downs Home • ' A. business meeting and a .study of .the •'-. book', "God's Hurry", by Duke K. McCall, was the highlight of the meeting of the Dell WMU •last /night at the home of Mrs. '•'Curtis Downs, Jr. '.The members present opened the meeting with the singing, "Wliat A -Friend We .; Have In. Jesus" alter Which - Mrs.: O.': A. Smith lead In prayer. Mrs. Jim Henderson presented the devotional followed by a brief bvisi- ,ness .meeting during which com- •niittces were appointed for the April revival.: The committees arid three .appointed to serve were; flowers— Mrs. Udell Newsom, Mrs. A. E. • Caldwell ar.d Mrs. Harry Cook; entertaining—Mrs. Smith, Mrs. 1J. G. Gill and Mrs. Downs. Mrs. M. K. Griffin and Mrs. Cald- vell taught the lesson after which .the closing prayer was given oy Mrs. .Caldwell. - / < • : EmphasWng the approaching Eas- 'ter holiday were the refreshments served by the hostess. Harmonizing decorations were placed throughout the home. Bits of News Bliss Frances Shousc Sirs. Kobert G. McIIaney KECKIVE PHI HKTA KAI'I'A Bin— Miss Frances Shouse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Shousc and Mrs. Robert G. McHaney, the former Miss Betty Woodson, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Woodson of Blythcvllle, have been elected to membership In Phi Beta Kappa. Miss Shouse Is a senior and Mrs. McHaney a member of the past January graduating class of the University of Arkansas, Faycttcville. Miss Shouse Is a member of Kappn Delta PI, honorary education fraternity, Lambda Tau, honorary English fraternity, president of the Mortar Board, president of the Rootln' Rubes and vice-president of her social sorority, Delta Gamma. Mrs. McHaney, who was graduated cum laudc, Jan. 29, was a member of Kappa Delta Pi, honorary education, and Lambda Tau, honorary English fraternities nnd Phi Thcta Kappa junior college fraternity. She was a member of ttie Rootln' Rubes nnd a member of Chi Omega, social sorority. Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Thompson, Jr., announce the birth of a son Friday at Walla Hospital. The baby, who is their fourth child, has been named, Jnmes Kendrlck. Perry Adklsson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. I/. Adkisson, and his guest, Douglas Waddcll of Hot Springs, both students at the University of Arkansas, were the weekend guests of Mr. Adklsson's parents. Sid Walker was dismissed yesterday from Blylhcville Hospital where he had been a patient for several days. Condition of Mr. Walker, who is now at his home In the Huffman community, is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frazlcr arc spending today In Memphis. Mrs. Edna Hargctt of Memphis, who has been In BIytheville for the past several days to consult a doctor, will leave tomorrow for Port Worth, Tex., to enter a hospital there for n major operation. She will be with her son. Gene Hargclt and family, while in Fort Worth. Condition of Mrs. Neal Webster who underwent an operation several days ago at Walls Hospital Is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Wade and Mrs. Pearl Hires have returned from Union City. Tenn., where they spent several days ss guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wade were guests of their sons. Hubert and Fred Wade anil families. Mrs. Hires was guest of her daughter, Mrs, J. W. Dunn. Mr. Dunn and family. Miss Wilma Douglas Is ill at her home on walnut. Condition ot Miss Barbara Child who was dismissed yesterday from Walls Hospital where she had been 111 for several days, Is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry are spending today in Memphis. Inez Donahue (above), 17-year-old WMU Presents Special Program A Royal Service program was con- dueled yesterday when members of the Number Nine WMU met at the home of Mrs. W. E. Rhoades for trie weekly meeting. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword after which Mrs. Mary Boutwell lead In prayer. Devotional Is Glren 'Mrs. Rhoades gave the devotional followed by the program; "Am I My Brother's Keeper?" Those participating and their topics were, Mrs. Bessie Rustln, "Questions In The Bible"; Mrs. T. N. Johnson, "Keepers Are To Be Witnesses"; Mrs. Bob Stovall. "Christ's Kingdom Advances ,By Personal Witnessing"; Mrs. Raymond Whittle, "Satan .Tries To Prevent Soul Winning, Witnessing"; Mrs. Mabel Greer, "Women As Witnesses"; Mrs. Boutwell, • "Mission Witnesses"; Mrs. Tom Reid, "There Are Many Ways To Witness"; 'and Mrs. Lucille Julian. "Winning Souls Steele, Mo,, High School Junior, is Will Change The World.' EASY TO WEAR "Miss Steele of selected from a field of 33 entrants In a beauty contest sponsored at the high school late 'last week by the Steele Alumni Association. Council Meets In Terry Home The James Terry homo was the setting yesterday afternoon for the business meeting of the Woman's Council of the First Christian Church. Mrs. Lester p. Struuhar opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. C. A. Taut, president, presided over the brief business session held by the 14 members present. Mrs. J. C. Ellis presented the devotional and worship service. She used the scripture. Acts 35; 1-31. Mrs. Eric Whitlcy spoko to the group on, "Truth About Federal Council," followed by a quiz pro- Calvary Circles Have Bible Study Circles One, Two and Five of Calvary Baptist Church met yester- jiay afternoon in homes of the members for'a Bible study. M rs. G eorge Nar.; was h ost ess -o members of Circle One for the study. Mrs. Jim England opened Jic meeting" with prayer folloived ay the group singing, "Nearer The Testimony Service A testimony service was presents at the conclusion or the-meetlnj after which Mrs. Bob Stovall dls missed the meeting with prayer. The hostess served sandwiche and Iced drinks .in the social hou following. During the afternoon th 14 members and one visitor presen showered Mrs. Imogene McGee wit] layette gifts. . Lone Oak HD Has Regular Meeting Mrs. J. O. Huey was hostess yesterday at her home to members of the Lone dak Home Demonstration Club and" one guest, Mrs, •Gertrude Holiman, home demonstration agent, for the monthly meeting. Group singing of "America", opened the meeting with Mrs. Glen Alexander presenting the devotional ; immediately following, Mrs. Forrest .Moore, president, conducted a business session after 'which Mrs. Holiman spoke to the group. She chose for her subject *'Easy. Wasy of Houseclcaning." •• In the'social hour following the adjournment, door prizes were presented Mrs. W. B. Mayo and Mrs. Jack Mayes. Refreshments were eerved by the hostess. gram under the direction of Mrs. Elite. The group was dismissed with Lhc benediction. The hostess served refreshment in the social hour following to the guests who were seated In the entertaining rooms of the home, which were decorated with assorted bou- queU of spring flowers. Baptist Circles Meet In Homes The Circle.'; or the First Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon for a mission study lesson (n the homes of members of the various groups. - ' Circle One was entertained In the C. M. Smart home when Mrs. Victoria Gilbert and Mrs. Raymond Maxwell were hostesses. Ten members were present. Mrs. E. C. Brown opened the meeting with prayer after which Mrs. E. E. Stevens taught the lesson. Mrs. smart was presented a corsage of carnations, a gift of the hostesses. Decorations, In Cross- " Mrs. O'Neal Presides keeping with the Easter motif, were placed throughout the home. Mrs. Williams Curst Mrs. Virgil Willams WHS quest with the nine members of Circle Two who met In • the J. E. McFall home. Prayers were . led by Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mrs. R. L. Wade, Mrs. C. S. l^mmons taught the lesson. • ••' " .'".-;.' Mrs. R. K. B lay-lock was hostess to 10 members mid 11 two guests of Circle Three. 'Mrs, W. M. BJaylock and Mrs. Charles Fritlziis were guests. Mrs. C. E. Evans and Mrs. Theodore Logan led In prayers during the nf- teruoon, Mrs. Harry Fritlzus taught Armorel WMS Has Regular Meeting A business meeting of the Armorel WMS was held yesterday by 10 members of the group when Mrs. N. C. Patterson was hostess at her home for the weekly meeting. Mrs. Prank May led the opening prayer followed by the devotional and the group singing of the WMU song. Mrs. Roy White presented the devotional. Mrs. Henry Berry conducted the btisiness scssion -followed by the closing prayer which was given by Mrs. S. H. Rebstock. Refreshments were served by the hostess Jn the social hour following the dismissal prayer. WSCS Meets For Study Course A study course was conducted, last night by the 25 members nnd two guests of the Dell WSCS who met at the church for a study course. Mrs. Arthur Tenter and Mrs. Ij. M. Moody were hostesses for the meeting. Mrs. R. L. Hawkins nnd Miss Charley Ruth Blatikeiishlp • were guests with the gr'up. Devotional Given Mrs. R. B. Crawford, slurty leader, presented the devotional niter which Miss Blankenship sang, "The C hurch 's One Foun d a tio n." M rs. Noble Gill presented a musical read- "Thc Ecumenical Church" was the th , . study topic for the evening wllh servlccs ^^ ^ p J^ OI1 tnc revival which begins April 9th. Mrs. George Tneram taught the lesson. Mrs. Sljirr--, Guest Mrs. Homer Slurries was guest with II members of Circle Six which met In the home of Mrs. Bill Hurt. Mrs. E. H. Brown nnd Mrs. J. W. Portlock led the group ID prnycrs during the afternoon. Mrs. Charles Ray Ncwcomb taught the study lesson. At the conclusion of each meeting the hostesses served refreshments. Circle Four Meets ( Eleven members of Circle Four met In the Jim Crnfton home. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon le(U, the group in repealing the watchword and Lord's prayer. Mrs. T. H. Hnyncs fed in prayer after which Mrs. C. W. Af- fllck taught tlr study lesson. Mrs. J. G. Barnes closed the- meeting with prayer. Mrs. E. B. Woodson was hostess to 13 members nnd one guest, Mrs. Ted King, president of the WMU, of Circle Five yesterday. Mrs. King led the opening prayer after which Mrs. W. Marion Williams taught Cominq Events Social Calendar Tuesday Mrs. Roland Bishop hostess al her home, 51-1 N. 2nd, nt 8 p.m. with misccllnneous .shower honoring Miss Lon Jo Harectfc, bride elect ol Hunter Lftiio Kimljro. ' Wednesday High Two meets with Mrs. Forres Mooie. TLE Club entertained by Mrs. Otto Scrnpe. Wednesda Club meets with Mrs. C. A. Curminghnm. Alphn Bctn Bunco meets with Mrs. Jack Hnlstead. Thursday Call meeting of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority nt the home of Mrs. T. H. Cam- way at 2:30 p.m. Dorcna Class or Calvary Baptist Church has monthly business meeting at the Herman Mayes home on Mayes St. Mrs. W. J.-Cupplcs hostess to Avalon Club. Thursday Night Club meets with Mrs, Chnrles McDaniels. Mrs. Grover Wren entertains the Thursday Rook Club at her home in CXsceola. Mrs. O. \V. McCutchen hostess to the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Harry A. Hiune.s entertains the Kibitzer Club. " Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs. Aubrey Comvny. Friday Lucky Rook Club meets with Mrs. Cecil Priest. Mrs. O. C- Elkins entertains CBCJ Club. Young Peoples Training Union Class of Calvary Baptist meets with Mrs. L. C. Rollison at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. W. P. O'Neal prcx'ded over a bujlness session af! V which Mrs. Henry MoCann presented the devotional. A round table discussion of the third and fourth Psalms was conducted. The meeting was closed with sentence prayers. . Attawiiy Home The Jack Attnway home was the setting for' the meeting of Circle Two. Mrs. Plcze Ranibo openec the meeting with prayer followed by the business session under the direction of Mrs. Inez Gentry, Mrs. James Rambo gave the devotional for the afternoon, which was taken from the book, of Matthew, after which n round table discussion of the 30th chapter of Proverbs was held. Closing Prayer Mrs. J. W. Tomlinson ^ave the closing prayer. Mrs. Edna coleman was hostess to Circle Five, at her h^ome, 900 Anderson. Mrs. Lucian Gaines opened the meeting with prayr followed by thr devotional which was given Mrs Vernoti Genn. Mrs. Gean presided over thr business session after which a group discussion of the first and second chapters of Jobe was conducted. Mrs. P. H. Jernigan led the closing prnyer. At the conclusion of each meeting the hostess served refreshments. The first meeting of the newl organized Pour winds Club wa held Friday night at the Jayce Club house. The club, which is social organization for ^teen-ager will meet each Friday at the club house. Robert Clifton is president the group. WSCS Conducts Ail Day Meet "Japan Begins Again" was the tudy book reviewed by the members of the WSCS who met at the thurch yesterday for an all da; meeting. The book, which was written by William C. Kerr, was reviewed by Mrs. Dick J. White, Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., Mrs. Fred Steadmaii Mrs. Roy Bagley, Mrs. H. C. Bush and Mrs. H. N. Whltis during the meeting. Emphasizing the Japanese tin were the decorations of the tables from which luncheon wTl.i served Placed at intervals down tha :ables were mlnature Japanese um- irellas interspersed with Japanese :rees and greenery. Mrs. Winford Wyatt and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt were n charge of the luncheon arrangements. , Following the buffet luncheon, a movie. "Kenji Comes Home" was shown the group. The film was of actual scenes In Japan. The remaining portion of the study book was reviewed after which the meeting was adjourned. Four Winds Club I l p-. . i i . Here's a nicely luting daytime rtQS rirST MCGtinQ style in the popular wraparound version. The slanted closing Is finished in scallops, as Is the handy pocket. Tic a bow sottly on one side. Pattern No. 8558 is a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 12, 14 16, 18. 20; 40, 42. 44 and 46. Size 14, 411 yards of 9-inch. 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Mrs Settlemire, president, reported on the WSCS conference held last week in Mornlton which several" members of the surrounding Methodist Churches attended. The hostesses served a sandwich ptate In the social hour following. Sauteed chicken livers served with scrambled eggs and garnished with parsley make a festive dlih for Sunday brunch. Mushrooms may be cooked with the livers If desired. Dr. Vise Speaks To Men's Club Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temple Israel, was guest spcnker n(. tile monthly meeting of the St. Stephen's Episcopal Men's Club last night tit Hotel Noble. Dr. Vise, in liis address, traced the development or tlie Jewish Slate from its beginning tip to and including the present modern Israel. Dr. Vise spoke from many personal experiences in Europe where lie spent most of his lifetime. Al Fne Hosnifals Itlythcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Henry Gosa, Dell Mrs. J. D. McDowell. Sr.. City Mary ixntise Fitzgerald, City Mrs. Moses George. 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