The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 29, 1955
Page 5
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THURtDAY, SEPTEMBER », 19W BLTTHTTILLI (AMtJ COTOIBB PACTOT1 -Society News - o Ann Mnllnt-v Sfwietv Editor t PhOJM Miai Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 UDC Gomittee Chairmen to Meet in Osceoh A meeting of chairmen of committees in charge of arrangements for 'the 81st annual convention of Arkansas Division of United Daughters of Confederacy, which will be held in BlythevUle Oct. 25-27, are being asked to meet at the home of Mrs. George Florida tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 p.m. This meeting has been called by Mr». C. W. Allord, state program chairman. Dell Circle Has Meeting At Church DELL-AJewel Abernathy Circle of Dell Baptist Church met at tte church Monday afternoon with 12 present. The meeting opened- with group singing and the devotional given by Mrs. Lucy Floyd, followed by sentence prayer. The program was on missions with Mrs. J. A. Hardin, Mrs. Louise Smith, Mrs. Dave Keltner and Mrs- Walter Dyre taking parts. Mrs. Keltner was elected new circle chairman. Mrs. Garfield Lewis dismissed the meeting with prayer. MISNAMED The Pennsylvania Dutch are descended from Germans who settled in that state during the Colonial period. In the 16th century it was customary, in England, to apply the name Dutch to all Germans and this is how it happened the Pennsylvania Germans came to be misnamed Dutch. MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! 2 More Days! Thursday & Friday Osceola Baptists Have Dinner Meeting Fifty-nlneo fficers and teachers of Osceola's First Baptist Church were present for the final dinner meeting of the church year on Tuesday night when Mrs. Percy F. Herring, superintendent of the Beginner eDpartment, assisted by her teachers, Mrs. Jimmie Erwin, Mrs. M. L. Mayo, Mrs. Emmet Hill, Mrs. Exer Garner and Mrs. T. W. Hunt, were hostesses. Varying shades of dahlias were used on the tables. This department is oneiof 11 beginner departments in Arkansas that have attained the standard of excellence rating of the Baptist Sunday School Board in Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Herring's organization has been standard for the past three years. J. B. Strickling, Sunday School superintendent, conducted the business session following dinner, giving an over-all report of the year's gains. He reported 25 officers and teachers completed the study course last week in the text: "The Church Using Its Sunday School." Seventy-two percent of all those attending Sunday School in September remained for the morning worship service. Dr. P. P. Herring, pastor, showed colored slides taken at Ridgecrest Baptist Assembly, Ridgecrest. N. C. George Florida was named an associate superintendent in charge of church visitation among the men. Harry Minton is the new superintendent of Adult Department number two which includes men and women 35 years old and up, and Mrs. J. C. Radford is Superintendent of the nursery department. Special Outfits For Tots 8167 M-O-M'* BLACKBOARD JUNGLE ADULTS 50c CHILDREN 25c Sue Burnett Exciting clcnvn Hallowe'en costume and pinafore, dress for school. Pattern No. 8167 is in sizes 4. 6. fi, 10, 12 years. Size 6, 2^ yards of 35-inch. Pattern No. 8260 is in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 yenrs. Size 4, pinafore, l!i yards of 35-inch; dress, 2^ yards; V* yard contrast. Two pat terns. For these patterns, send 35c for EACH, in COINS, youi 1 name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blythevilie Courier News. 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. Send 25 cents now for your copy of thee new Pall & Winter '55 edition of our pattern catalog Basic FASHION. Colorful, exciting, filled with smart, easy to sew styles for all ages. Most valuable camel Is the white Bishnreen species. It makes an excellent mount and can outrun a horse. GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starrs at Dusk THURSDAY & FRIDAY PLUS CARTOON New Officers Installed at Osceola Church Mrs. Searcy Mears was installed as president of the Woman's Missionary Union or First Baptist Church in Osceola at the last meeting of the church year this week. Other officers who will serve with her for the new year beginning Oct. 1, are Mrs. George Florida, youth leader; Mrs. Jetlte Driver, first vice- president; Mrs. D. H. Blackwood, second vice-president; Mrs. Roy Cox, recording secretary; Mrs. LeRoy Owen, corresponding secretary; Mrs. C. M. Horton, treasurer; Mrs. A. P. Glascoe, advisor for Business Women's circle; Committee chairman are Mm. R. H. Jones, mission sttfdy; Mrs. Melvin Speck, community missions; Mrs. P. P. Herring, stewardship; Mrs. Harry Minton, literature; Mrs. R. H. Jones, library; Mrs. D. A. Siler, of orphanage; Mrs. C. E. Dean, Christian education; Mrs.' James Farris, flowers for church; Mrs. C. A. Strange, Mrs. Harry Minton and Mrs. Jetlie Driver were named the standing committee for socials and menu planning for all major meetings. Circle chairmen are Mrs. J. B. Strickling, Mrs. A. E. Thome; Mrs. James P. Jacks and Mrs. Lucille Cox. Auxiliary counselors chosen were Mrs. Charles Wright, intermediate Girls Auxiliary; Mrs. H. L. Stanfill, junior Girls Auxiliary, Wallace Wilson, Roya! Ambassadors; and Mrs. George Florida, Sunbeams. Mrs. A. E. Thome, retiring president, was installing officer and carried out the rainbow color theme.] Mrs. C. E. Dean acted as accompa- I nist. j Following the sen-ice a tea was held jn the church durtag room with j Mrs. J. S. McCants, Mrs. Ida Tuck- I er and Mrs. c. H. Conner serving as hostesses. j The first meeting of the new; year will be the business meeting 1 at the church on Monday afternoon, Oct. 3. Coming Events FRIDAY Friday Club meeting with Mrs. Oscar Fendler. 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