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BLYTHEVILLE (ARIO COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 19W - Society News - •»_i ir..!!. 1 .- C n «iA*,r EMi'trtr * Phone 44fi p»t Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 'Bride-Elect \Js Given Luncheon Mrs. Jesse Taylor »nd Mrs. L. • E Old complimented Miss Annclla Humphreys yesterday afternoon n I t luncheon bridge at the Taylor home on Main Street, Miss Humphreys will become tne bride of Jerry Van Zandt in a ceremony Dec. 27 at the .First Methodist Church, Plnlc and silver was carried out throughout the decorations in the entertaining rooms and centering the small tables. An arrangement of candles and leaves with styra: foam completed the decorations. Miss Humphreys chose for the occasion a dress of purple wool. She was presented a gift corsage of white carnations and a gift of linen. In the bridge games. Mrs. Rupert Crafton won high score, with second going to Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann. Formal Dance Is Given at Dell School Margaret Ann Whistle, Shirley Dobbs, Maurine Peterson, Carole Ann Ladner, Pearle Fay Key, Peggy Blair, Dick Simmons, LeRoy Richardson and Hershe! Austin entertained their classmates fit a formal Christmas party in the Dell School cafeteria Wednesday night at 7 p. m. Dancing and numbers by the Dell Swing Band provided the evening's entertainment. Punch and parly food* were served in the social hour. Christmas decoration» were used throughout the hall. Training Union Meeting Tonight A training union emphasis meeting will be held »t the First Baptist Church at 7:15 tonight, the Rev. John Gearing, county assoclatlonal missionary, said today. It »lso will be rally night to begin work on the simultaneous revivals to be conducted from March 51 to April 4. Dr. I. L. Yearby, superintendent of evangelism of the State Baptist Convention, will be the speaker. A monthly Workers Council meeting was held at the church this afternoon with »1I Baptist churches in the county participating. Club 28 Has Supper-Dance at Hut Mr. and Mrs. Harmnn Taylor, Mr. and Mi's. S. E. Tune and Mrs. J. Fan-is CcCalla entcratlncd 50 couples last night at the American Legion Hut with a Christmas party. Attending were members and guest ot Club 28. Guests were Mr. nnd Mrs, Max I Urfcy, Mr-, and Mrs. Baker Wilson. : Mr. and Mrs, James Roy, Dr. and : Mrs. w. T. Rainwater. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ix>f?an, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Porter, Mrs. and Mrs. John Caudlll, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Carlton, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McManus and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson. Christmas decoration were used throughout the rooms of the hut. The table from which slipper was served held a wrought Iron Christmas tree with burning candles. The evening following supper Was spent in dancing. ELECTED— Miss Patsy Ed- dinston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Torjusen has been elected state second vicc-presi dent, of the Arkansas Future Homcmakers of America Clubs for the 1054-55 school year. Miss Eddington is currently serving as entertainment chairman of the Blytheville FHA chapter. She is a sophomore. YWA Conducts Meeting in Home ML« Oberta Webb was hostess to members of Young Women's Auxiliary of Armovel Baptist Church last night, when Miss Bobbye Lott conducted the business and Miss Martha Dyer gave the program. Mrs. Weldon McCnnn, counselor, gave the devotional, with Misses Wilmer Webb, Martha Dyer, Bobbye Lott, Oberta Webb and Perlle White participating. The group chose Marian Cook 1.1 the name for their group. A so- :lal hour was held following the meeting. At the Hospitals »t The Hospital Dismissed: Clyde Wallace, City. Hubert Prashee, City DenUl Check Planned The health committee of the Wilson Parent-Teachers Association, with Mrs. Jim McCullar as chairman, met with Mrs. O. B. Craven, president of the PTA and Dr. James W. Reynolds, dentist, Monday to complete plans for checking the teeth of all the pupils In the first through the sixth grades at Wilson Elementary School. The work on the project will begin this Thursday afternoon and will continue each Thursday afternoon until the work la completed, according to Mrs. Cravens. Mrs. Cravens also said the committee will decide, later, whether or not high school students will be included in the project. Dr. Reynolds, who will do the examinations, will be assisted by the following committee members, Mrs. Claude Dye, Mrs. D. D. Cash, Mrs. Gene Burne, Mrs. J. D. Rankin ind Mrs. McCullar. PTA Meets The Wilson Parent-Teacher Association met yesterday afternoon in the school auditorium. Mrs. Elstner D. Beall was program leader. Mrs. J. D. Rankln. gave the devotional and Mrs. J. B. Lovett read the president's message. Christmas music was under the direction of Jimmy Williams. WSCS Meets The afternoon and night circles throughout the club house. Following the supper, Mrs. J. W. Miller gave a leading, "The Other Wise Man," and Mrs. Ed Williams directed the group in singing Christmas carols. Mrs. Eoy Stobaugh accompanied at the piano, Mrs. Jerry Cullom was chairman of the hostess committee tlmt was composed of 18 women. Study Course Held Twenty officers and teachers of First Baptist Church met Monday night at the church for the final lesson in the study course, "Building a Standard Sunday School;" The Rev. D. B. Bledsoe was the teacher. Attend FFA Meet Sixty-five members of the Wilson High School Future Homcmakers ot America, accompanied by Mrs. Davle Parker, advisor, attended the District Federation of FHA meeting held Friday at Arkansas State College in Jonesboro. The girls appeared on the program in a pantominc. "Looking Your Best," that they arranged themselves. Janet Hale of Wilson was elected reporter of the District Federation at the meeting. Personals Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Shull and sons, Junior and Hayden, and Mr. and Mrs. Russie Perry visited H. Lynn Wade at his home in Augusta of the Methodist Women's Society | Sunday. Mr. Wade is a former resi- of Christian Service will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the church for a joint meeting; and Christmas party. Mrs. Alma Harnden will be in tharge of the program. Hostesses Mil be Mrs. Paul Whitlock, Mrs. Bentley Rhodes, Mrs. Wallace Jacobe, and Mrs. Richard Ferguson. Spaghetti Supper Given One hundred and thirty persons, including husbands of club members and the members of the Wilson High School faculty, were present at the Spaghetti supper given by the Wilson Cooperative Club last Thursday night. The Christmas theme was used in decorations dent of Wilson. Mrs. Sam Pewett and daughter, Gloria Jean, have returned to their home in Calvert City, Ky., after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Bourland, and their family. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Cash, Jr., and Mr, and Mrs. Bentley Rhodes were in Memphis, Friday night, where they attended the Central vs. Treadwell benefit football game. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lemuel Hanks and son, Lee, of Mumford, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. Craig of Memphis were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley and WOMEN Wanted between ages 25 and 45 to distribute our HOME DUST CONTROL SERVICE to the better homes of Blytheville which 50% of our first 700 prospects in Blytheville have bought. Will require approximately 15 hours of work per week. Car necessary but, mileage will be very low. Earnings S20 to $25 per week. Must be neat in appearance. Apply Monday, Mrs. Alberta Jones, Hotel Noble between 10 and 5 o'clock. WHITE ROSE INDUSTRIAL LAUNDRY Vesper Service -Manned by Church Women of the First Presbyterian Church will present their annual Joy gift program at 5 p.m. Sunday at the church. The candlelight service is to ba attended by all members of the church. Speakers include Mr?,. Walter Day, the Rev. Harvey Kidd, pfis- tor, and Mrs. Fred Sandcfur. Also taking part will be the elders of the church, and tho Junior Choir, with Mrs. Jess Homer, director. Lighting candles will bo. Delores Harris nnd Jimmy BufTinjjton. Plans for the .service were completed at the executive board meeting at the church last Monday. Church Plans To Hear Speakers The Rev, J. C. Dickinson, pastor of the Assembly of God Church, here announced today that the Rev. Orie Hosmer, who has recently returned from Europe nnti the Holy Land, will speak at the church Sunday morning at II a. m- The Rev. Mrs. Hosmer will show a film of his 20,000 mile trip. Next Tuesday, Bill Mills will speak at the church. Bits of News WU, La Nueve Club Has Christmas Party Here Members of tile La Nuevo Club attended Uielr annual Christmas Misses Rosemary Monaghan, Jo parly yesterday afternoon when Alice McGuirc, Ann Paracalc of I Mrs. Newton Whitis was hostess Monette and Jean Kcndrlck of Os- for tho group with a luncheon, ccola and Johnny Halsell, and Don Christinas baubles and candles Thrnllkill of Osceola are University! provided the luncheon labl.u center- of Arkansas students who are toll)' 0 "- Ti>e same molif was used appear in'production, of the "Mes- ; throughout the tause are a t- I son. Joe Bay. Is a member of the University Players. Blytheville Rebekah Lodge was ' - " Christmas Duplicate League Has Meeting A five-table Howell movement was conducted last night by members of the Duplicate Bridge Lea- KUC when they met at the Hotel Noble. Mrs Foy Etchleson and Mrs. Jim Rolcson. with 06 points, took top honors. Mrs. Russell Phillips 1 and Mrs. W. D. Chamblln, with ic4!:> points, won second place. Thfrd place went to Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines with 61 points. A mastcrpolnt game will be conducted Saturday. presented an award yesterday for TUjnk being named as one of the most j ' ' '" llx , A C L ;,-,-, vAolvlf iy -- charitable organizations in Arkansas. Mrs. Charles Hester has returned _ from Memphis where she has been i -r- t— • 1 L, with her sister, Mrs. Roy Graves, I 0 OlVG UD JOD who underwent surgery Tuesday at the Baptist Hospital. Condition of Mrs. Graves who is in room 528 is reported as satisfactory. Miss Martha Nichols Is a member A young wife whose husband's job keeps him away from home a lot of the time wonders if it would itn.i.j .....it.... ...~...... ... u ,..^...u^. be wrong for her to try to persuade of the Arkansas State College sing- ! him to give up his job. ers, who will appear on television ' "' station WMCT Saturday at 2 p. m. Mid-WeekClub Meets in Home Mrs. Cecil Shane was hostess yes- ;erday afternoon to members of he Mid-Week Club, when luncheon wns served preceding an afternoon of card games. Mrs, B. A. Lynch won first place, with second going lo Mrs. Curtis. Christmas decorations were used throughout Mrs. Shane's home. An arangement of bright ornaments centered the luncheon table. Mrs. Thomas Dorris is to be | hostess to members of the stitch | and Chatter Club at 7:30 p. m. at the Air Base. Mrs. W. M. Williams and Mrs. R. E. Blaylock are hostesses at the j Williams home at 7 p. m. for i covered dish dinner and Christmas party for the Mary Martha Class of the First Baptist Church. Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained marriape license from the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blytlie Parker: Robert E. Martin and Doris Jean Parish, both of Blytheville. ,helr family. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles, Jr., and small daughter. Eleanor Suzanne, of. Memphis were the week end guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Black and children, David and Janice, have returned to their home In Tallahassee, Fla., after spending the past five months in Mississippi County. Mr. Black Is a crop duster. Mr. and Mrs. Evans Purker of Pnducah, Ky., spent the week end ith her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Germany were amoijg the guests at a dinner p^u'ty at the home of Dr. and Mrs. L. Howton in Osceola Friday evening. Cnpt. and Mrs. Bill Tom Andrews, who nve visiting: his family in Lepanto, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Germany. Tuesday night. Capt. Andrews has Just j returned lo this country from a I tour of duty in Japan. Mrs. W. C. Getchell has returned to her home in Pine Bluff after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Owen ^'"'cr. and her family. Krs. Mary Camper of Madison, Ala., is visiting her son, Walter Camper, and his family. She plans to stay during the Christmas holidays. HelpYourselftoHealthr . . Mr. I'nd Mrs. Wade Jeffries are in Litt'e nork, where they have been for the past week with Mr. Je-ifrifs brother, Ock Jeffries who died this morning in a Little Rock hospital. Funeral services, which are incomplete, are to be in McCrory. Ark. Kibitzer Club Is Entertained She says she knew before mar- rinse hcnv little time he would ha\'e at homo, but she Had no idea of how lonely she would be, Perhaps she can arrive nt the right nns\Ver if she'll nsk herself a few questions about her husband and his job. One. Does he like his job? Two, Is the job one that offers „., ., , , . : opportunities lor Mrs. Johnny. While entertainer! , h ' c ?(icl . s with i with dcssm briciKC yesterday nf-j clc ,., ( ,. cml slrcct? tnrnoon, when members o£ the Kib- , Huth MiileU for advancement If it, or is it just a Make It From A Yard! JUST 1YARD 547NCH /n\ , , . ,. itzcr Cluh met at her home on Wai- ! Throe ' Do f le * h!>rc "^ , f ? el ! n ? nut Street i lhat we wo " lcl bc happier if his job Christmas decorations were used ' PcnniHcd him to work regular in thn entertaining 3'ooms. , . .hours. Mrs. J. H. Smart won first place i Pour with second going to Mrs. Alex Curtis in bridge played following a dessert course. ' - Is he "" kl "S "se of any Particular training m the job he Coming Events , Five. Would giving up the job be ) likely to result in a smaller salary? The sixth question is: Does he understand and sympathize with me for being lonely, or does he itake the attitude that I knew what of job he had when I married Seven. Can we afford to risk having him give up n job he knows he cnn handle to try a different kind of work? Eight- Have I made a real effort Singing Convention To Meet in Church The Mississippi County Singing Convention is to hold a monthly meeting Sunday nt . Little River Baptist Church in the Lost Cane Community. Beginning at 2 p.m., the program Is to Include special quartette, trio and solo numbers, with congregational singing. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & Me At All Times FRI., & RAT. Double Feature HOT SPRINGS v NATIONAL PARK, ARKANSAS Health and happiness are al- wayi in staton—and therc'i no better place to give them • boost than Hot Springs I Here, in the nation's only * U S. Government controlled health resort, the leaian it - alwayi right! A staff of txpert attend* ant* is maintained in th* Ma'ieitic Hotel bath department. Under their skillful treatment, you'll feel glow., ing health and contentment replace achei, tension and : woiriei. MAJESTIC Serial 'Captain Marvel' No. 12 Cartoon "Time Gallops On ' SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Kcnliirc ,w»y\C-rCLinws •«•<-— ««™.p WARNER BROS. I Metro News to find interests to keep me busy style. while he is at work and I am left sizes! 8019 24"-32" Sue Burnett A stunning, versatile skirt for winter in the popular Wrap-around style. Just a yard of 54-Inch in all LUXORA NEWS By MRS. Q. C. DRIVER I'lA Holds Meeting One hundred and ten members and guests were present Monday night for a joint Parent Teachers Benefit Dinner arid monthly meeting, held at the school cafeteria. During the meeting portion of the evening, the Rev. H. L. Robison gave inspirational thoughts, and Mrs- Bowen Thompson presented the president's message. A forum discussion on the moral and spiritual values of education was held, with G. C. Driver, high school instructor, as discussion leader. Members on the panel were Mrs. Carroll Watson of Osceola, Mrs. C. B. Thomas of the high school faculty, and the Rev. J. E. Riherd. Bridge Party Held Mr. and. Mrs. E. C. Langston and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ellison were co-hosts Wednesday night at a 12-table dessert bridge. The affair, inaugurating the holiday scoial season, was held at the Rustic Inn in Blytheville. Guests present were from Dell, Blytheville, Osceola, Wil- to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Pall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe, Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. son, and Luxora. Game prize win* ners were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Raj! Whltmore, Mi» John Bowen of Wilson, and Idttn Roaelle. Student Honored Miss Christine Johnson, Arkansas State Teachers College student, hai recently been Initialed into Alpha Chi. National Honor Society Fraternity. The group, with Miss Johnson participating, has taken as a yearly project free tutoring to students on the campus of the Conway institution, Personals U. T. L. 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